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Democrats have attacked the legality of Matthew Whitaker's appointment as acting U.S. attorney general. (AP)

Who Has Standing To Challenge Whitaker DOJ Appointment?

Democratic senators have questioned the legality of President Donald Trump's appointment of a Mueller critic to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions, but it may take someone directly affected by what new acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker does on immigration or other policy issues to challenge his appointment.

  • Wells Fargo To Pay $43M To Settle RMBS Trustee Litigation

    Wells Fargo Bank NA announced Friday it will pay $43 million to end allegations it failed to protect investors from billions of dollars in losses as the trustee for hundreds of residential mortgage-backed securities, a deal reached with certain institutional buyers, including funds affiliated with BlackRock Inc. and PIMCO.

  • Facebook, Google Won’t Make Harassed Workers Arbitrate

    Facebook Inc. announced Friday that it will no longer make its workers who claim they have been sexually harassed arbitrate their claims, following Google LLC, which made a similar announcement on Thursday.

  • Fla. Candidates Sue As Rhetoric Heats Up Over Vote Count

    Florida Gov. Rick Scott's and U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson's camps traded barbs Friday as litigation picked up across the Sunshine State ahead of likely recounts in their Senate contest and two other statewide races.

  • Atty Confessed To NJ Killing In Suitcase Note, Docs Say

    A New York City attorney accused of fatally shooting the mother of his daughter in their New Jersey home last month allegedly confessed in a note left in a suitcase when he dropped off the child with his brother before fleeing to Cuba, according to prosecutors and court documents.

  • Atlanta Transit Rider Awarded $18.8M For Brain-Damaging Fall

    A Georgia jury on Thursday found that Atlanta's transit system's negligence was responsible for a fall by a disabled passenger who was getting off a bus that left her in a permanent vegetative state, and awarded the rider $18.75 million.

  • Fairchild Owes Rival $24M For Tech Patent Infringement

    A Delaware jury awarded Power Integrations Inc. more than $24 million in damages Friday after finding that competitor Fairchild Semiconductor International willfully infringed its patents for frequency jitter technology and induced third parties to infringe the patents as well.

  • Ex-Tesla Worker Charged With $9.3M Embezzlement Scheme

    A former global supply manager for Elon Musk-helmed Tesla Inc. was indicted on Thursday for his alleged role in an embezzlement scheme in which he purportedly used fake documents and email accounts to divert about $9.3 million from one auto parts supplier to another.

  • As Pirates Settle, Net Installer Last Defendant In Foul-Ball Suit

    The Pittsburgh Pirates reached a settlement with a woman injured by a foul ball at PNC Park in 2015, attorneys said Friday, but a jury trial under a new judge in state court scheduled to get underway Wednesday will determine the liability of the company that installed the allegedly defective safety netting behind home plate.

  • US, UK Continue Setting Table For Broader Trade Talks

    Trade officials from the U.S. and United Kingdom have been preparing for post-Brexit trade negotiations with lower-level talks on issues like e-commerce, industrial and agricultural goods, investment and financial services, according to a Trump administration readout of their recent meetings published Friday.

  • Ed Sheeran, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill Settle Song Theft Suit

    Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Ed Sheeran have reached a settlement to end a copyright lawsuit in New York federal court that claimed their 2017 single “The Rest of Our Life” was a “blatant note-for-note copy” of an earlier song.

  • Ginsburg Home From Hospital After Cracking 3 Ribs In Fall

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been discharged from the hospital and is "doing well" after suffering three fractured ribs in a fall Wednesday evening, U.S. Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathleen Arberg said in a statement Friday morning.

  • Trump Restricts Asylum Outside Ports Of Entry

    President Donald Trump issued a proclamation Friday morning that would bar asylum seekers crossing the U.S.-Mexico border from bringing their claims if they do not present themselves at a designated port of entry.