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The federal appeals court will likely return the case back to Judge James Robart, says David Leopold from David Wolfe Leopold & Associates.
Politics, religion and fake new mix in Indonesia as the high-profile race for governor of Jakarta enters the final leg.
"Do you want to give his name? We'll destroy his career," Trump told an irked sheriff.
The pay-ratio rule requires companies to report the median pay of their workers and compare it to the CEO's pay, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Bart Chilton, a former US regulator who wrote and advised on parts of Dodd-Frank, said it would be a monumental mistake if Trump repealed the law.
Trump's administration is appealing a temporary suspension of the executive order.
North Carolina is close to losing NCAA championship events for six years because of a law that restricts bathroom access for transgender people.
The Justice Department will face off with opponents over the fate of the temporary travel ban on people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
A trip to the Houses of Parliament may not happen during President Donald Trump's state visit to the UK, NBC News reports.
Matt Mackowiak, president of Potomac Strategy Group, says the Ninth Circuit is unlikely to rule in President Trump's favor and an appeal is expected.
Andy Puzder, the labor secretary nominee, hired an undocumented household employee, NBC News reports.
Jeffrey Bleich, former U.S. ambassador to Australia, says the travel ban goes beyond extreme vetting and is not what people voted for.
"The district court therefore erred in entering an injunction barring enforcement of the order," the Justice Department argued.
John Maxfield at The Motley Fool explains why lowering capital requirements might not lead to greater economic growth.
Ten former senior U.S. diplomats and security officials planned to file an affidavit arguing that President Trump's executive order curtailing immigration would actually make America less safe.
Barry Gardiner, U.K. shadow secretary of state for International Trade, discusses future prospects for the British economy as the Brexit bill is debated.
Stephen Macklow-Smith, head of European equity strategy at JP Morgan Asset Management, discusses investment in the financial sector.
Octavio Marenzi, CEO of Opimas, says that if Dodd-Frank is rolled back, revenues for the U.S. banking industry will grow significantly.
Barney Frank, former U.S. representative for Massachusetts, says it has not been proven that the Dodd-Frank regulation prevented loans from being made.
Barney Frank, former U.S. representative for Massachusetts, says Dodd-Frank wasn't just enacted by politicians who wanted to make things more difficult for the banks.