Some days, President Donald Trump’s White House feels a little bit like his reality TV show, “The Apprentice.” There have been a series of staff resignations and “You’re fired!” moments from Trump during his time in office. Take our quiz to see if you know who of these 25 staffers quit and who was told to leave. The current list of 52 people who formerly worked in the Trump White House appears below. … [Read more...] about Quiz: Do you know which White House staffers quit and which Donald Trump fired?
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Regarding the RFS program, Icahn allegedly convinced President Trump to get the EPA to move the point of obligation under the program. The conflict here is that Icahn is the Chairman of the Board and majority owner of CVR Energy, a refinery company that is bound by the RFS. … [Read more...] about Senator Calls for FBI Probe of Carl Icahn for Possible Corruption
The bankruptcy court overruled Icahn's objection that the intercreditor agreement barred approval of the debtors' plan. In siding with the second lien lenders, the court found that on its face, section 1129(b)(1) of the Bankruptcy Code, which governs confirmation of nonconsensual plans, removes section 510(a) from the scope of section 1129. Specifically, section 1129(b)(1) provides that, "[n]otwithstanding section 510(a) of [the Bankruptcy Code]", the court shall confirm a plan over dissenting classes if the plan meets the "cram down" requirements of section 1129, does not discriminate unfairly and is fair and equitable with respect to each class of claims or interests that is impaired and has not accepted the plan. Having found that the debtors' plan met the "cram down" requirements of section 1129, the bankruptcy court confirmed the debtors' plan and determined that the intercreditor terms between the first and second lien lenders did not need to be respected. … [Read more...] about Intercreditor Agreements Get Trumped
In February Trump ordered up the creation of a “national vetting center” for immigration. But he and his aides have yet to explain exactly what the center would do that isn’t already done. Nor have they said if the new creation removes a need for the travel ban. … [Read more...] about Trump administration vetting shows holes in the screening
“Atlantic City is going to be packed when we win this case,” said Lesniak, who first introduced legislation to overturn the ban in 2009. “Sports betting will lead to people staying for several days, not just playing a few hours and going home. During football season, the NCAA tournament, the World Cup, people will be flocking to Atlantic City to bet on them.” … [Read more...] about Supreme Court To Review New Jersey Bid For Legal Sports Betting