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Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in on Saturday as the 114th Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, after the Senate voted confirm his nomination amid an emotional, weeks-long debate.
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In the current divisive political environment, Kagan said the court needs to be seen as "above the fray" to preserve its legitimacy. Sotomayor agreed.
Amazon is showing its commitment in growing its private label business, but sellers and brands are concerned.
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Despite gains from the new NAFTA deal with Mexico and Canada, it falls short in reaching "more ambitious goals" of certain agribusiness sectors, a CoBank report said Friday.
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, seemed to refer to a theory first broached by a Washington Post columnist and later promoted by conservative pundits and Kavanaugh himself: Perhaps the accusations against the judge were a case of mistaken identity.
The Pentagon official in charge of financing America's current and future wars downplayed concerns that trade disputes were spilling into the industrial base.
General Electric ended the week up 16.7 percent at $13.18 a share, the stock's best week in nearly a decade after naming Larry Culp chairman and CEO.
Collins revealed her decision Friday afternoon, hours after a key procedural vote in the confirmation process. Minutes after her announcement, West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said he would also vote yes on Kavanaugh.
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Mattress Firm filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday and is expected to close a little more than 200 stores as soon as the next few days.
Some of the nation's earliest presidents are among the wealthiest (after adjusting their fortunes for inflation).
Revenues from investment banking, trading, brokerage commissions, and fiduciary fees have only grown modestly since 2009, and it appears the customer actually made more money.
Elastic, a company that commercializes the Elasticsearch open-source software for search, saw its stock rise as much as 106 percent in its market debut.
The Arizona Republican says he would support Kavanaugh shortly after he voted to advance the judge's nomination to a final vote, which is expected Saturday.
Two key senators, one Democrat and one Republican, voted against their parties in a dramatic showdown on the floor of the Senate on the question of whether to advance Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to a confirmation vote this weekend.
A man drank too much of an erectile dysfunction drug purchased over the internet and it tinted his vision red, USA Today reports. Doctors have been unable to fix it.
Trump started a swing through key midterm states Thursday in Minnesota, which he will follow with rallies in Kansas on Saturday and Iowa on Tuesday.
The outcomes for Madoff's victims vary widely. They are the result of a deeply controversial process for unwinding the fraud that is still playing out to this day, having set precedents — and cautionary tales — for scandals to come.
More parents are borrowing loans for their children's education, and then struggling to repay the debt.
Butina is charged with conspiracy and failing to register as a foreign agent. She and federal prosecutors filed a joint motion in U.S. District Court in Washington to ask a judge to set a date for a change-of-plea hearing as soon as possible.
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