For the first time since he was elected, President Donald Trump is set to attend the U.Attention will be focused on whether Trump, known for his off-the-cuff remarks and incendiary tweets, will follow the rules of an institution known for its courtesy and tradition.

Gary Cohn staying in his current position as director of the National Economic Council is the key indicator on whether tax reform will pass, based on a report from Axios.8 election through Friday as investors anticipated the passage and implementation of Trump's pro-growth economic agenda.

Despite the failure, President Donald Trump's administration appeared to continue pushing for the approval of a new health-care bill.Meanwhile, some have turned their focus to developments in Republicans' tax reform efforts.

In a pair of tweets on June 16, the president called out "massive regulation cuts" and "Tax Cuts in works!Their optimism is likely related to Trump's refocused agenda rather than his initial priorities.

President Donald Trump's string of tweets Monday about his hoped-for travel restrictions "certainly won't help" the government's case in the Supreme Court, prominent lawyer George Conway said.NBC News confirmed that the Twitter account is Conway's.

President Donald Trump has "no intention" of firing special counsel Robert Mueller, a White House spokeswoman told reporters on Tuesday."While the president has the right to, he has no intention to do so," deputy White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said.

New Jersey-based J&J has been battling a series of lawsuits over its talc-based products, including Johnson's Baby Powder, brought by around 5,950 women and their families."It's very disappointing to mis-try a case because the Supreme Court changed the rules on us," said Meadows.

Mark Cuban weighed in on Thursday on the Apple versus FBI debate, applauding the tech giant for resisting a federal court order to unlock a terrorist's iPhone.In a blog post, the Dallas Mavericks' owner said Tim Cook did the "exact right thing by not complying with the order.

The ousted chief executive officer of Uber Technologies called a lawsuit filed against him by one of the company's top investors a "public and personal attack" without merit, according to court documents filed late on Thursday.Venture capital firm Benchmark Capital, which says it owns 13 percent of Uber and controls 20 percent of the voting power, sued former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick last week to force him off the board, where he still has a seat, and rescind his remaining power there, citing fraud and deception.

The settlement, approved by a federal judge in Kansas City in March, is aimed at fixing some 7.5 million Remington firearms, including the iconic Model 700 rifle.

Bob Corker from Tennessee told CNBC on Thursday that he applauds President Barack Obama's newly imposed sanctions on Russia for its role in destabilizing Ukraine.measures target two major Russian energy firms, a pair of powerful financial institutions, eight weapons firms and four individuals.

But Christie still has a powerful political engine—a one-of-a-kind personality with the capacity to antagonize, charm, and above all fill any room.Read More Christie: Recovery 'stagnant, limp.

regulators over a scandal involving broadcaster BT's Italian division, which has been blighted by claims of "inappropriate management behavior" and "historic accounting errors.It added that the investigation related to the scandal of the telecommunication giant's Italian division, called BT Italia.

7 billion) Tuesday, ruling that the search-engine giant violated antitrust rules for its online shopping chapters European Union hits Google parent company Alphabet with $2.

If Republicans take the Senate, as expected in Tuesday's midterm election, the U.economy has the potential to grow much faster, former General Electric chief Jack Welch said Monday.

There has been a tenfold increase in the number of unaccompanied children trying to enter the United States illegally since 2009.Since October 2013, more than 52,000 unaccompanied children have been detained by U.

We have pushed back the verdict date to September 27," a statement from a Supreme Court judge said.10, 2011, Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra smiles after a group photo with her cabinet members following an oath taking ceremony at the government house in Bangkok, Thailand.

Earlier this month, legendary KISS bassist and singer Gene Simmons submitted a trademark application that sought to register a familiar sight at rock concerts.The business-savvy rocker wanted to corner the market on the "devil horns" hand gesture, a fixture among heavy metal audiences for decades.

Cary Carrigan, executive director of the Alaska Marijuana Industry Association, said the industry has been forced to fight the same battles repeatedly as marijuana gains broader acceptance nationally.It wasn't clear why the crackdown in Alaska happened within the past couple weeks or what specifically prompted it.

Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince's decision to terminate protection of neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer because he "woke up in a bad mood" could be dangerous to the future of free speech on the internet, he admitted.But he reiterated his view that policing content online is a slippery slope.