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The documents describe Cohen's contract with the company, a relationship that earned President Donald Trump's personal lawyer $600,000.
Fox's earnings come as investors look for updates on a sale of most of the company. While Fox's board unanimously approved Disney's offer, Comcast may make a competing bid.
Disney's earnings report comes as its blockbuster deal with Twenty-First Century Fox looms over the rest of the entertainment industry.
Activision Blizzard shares suddenly fell 5 percent early Thursday afternoon before trading was halted. Trading resumed half an hour before the close.
Responses mostly fell along party lines, with Republicans trusting the president more than Democrats. But independents also put more stock in the ousted FBI director.
Harris had originally been the president's pick for ambassador to Australia, a key U.S. ally, but his Tuesday confirmation hearing for that post was postponed.
The Post said the attorney general spoke with McGahn last weekend after his deputy, Rosenstein, signed off on the FBI's April 9 raid of Michael Cohen's office and residence.
The antitrust division is looking into whether or not carriers colluded in stifling technology that allows customers to switch providers without having to change out their SIM card.