(Reuters) – Apple Inc reported its first quarterly increase in iPhone sales in a year, powered by strong demand for the latest version of its flagship smartphone, sending the company’s shares up more than 3 percent in after-hours trading.
Judges Neil M. Gorsuch and Thomas M. Hardiman were traveling to the capital for a ceremony, as the president worked to build suspense around his consequential choice.
When President Donald Trump presents his nominee for the Supreme Court with all the White House pageantry Tuesday night, much more will be riding on this coveted appointment than when Justice Antonin Scalia died last February and created the opening.
The acting attorney general, Sally Q. Yates, on Monday ordered government lawyers not to defend President Trump’s executive order on immigration in court.
The acting Attorney General Sally Yates has told Justice Department lawyers not to make legal arguments defending the President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration and refugees, according to sources familiar with the order.
Former President Barack Obama criticized President Donald Trump’s executive order curbing immigration in a statement on Monday, backing protesters who have taken to the nation’s airports to express their displeasure with Trump’s action on Friday.
A draft of the so-called dissent cable has garnered more than 100 signatures as it warns of the dangers of the new travel ban.
NEW YORK/FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Deutsche Bank AG has agreed to pay $425 million to New York’s banking regulator over a “mirror trading” scheme that moved $10 billion out of Russia between 2011 and 2015, the regulator said on Monday.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Asian share markets and U.S. stock futures fell on Monday after President Donald Trump introduced immigration curbs that sparked criticism at home and abroad, adding to fears that his ‘America First’ policy may prove destabilizing for the rest of the world.
President Donald Trump enters the second week of his presidency facing a growing political backlash — with protesters in the streets, lawsuits mounting and his own party fracturing over his executive order banning travel to the United States from seven Muslim-majority nations.