The U.S. Supreme Court cleared a New York grand jury to get President Donald Trump’s financial records while blocking for now House subpoenas that might have led to their public release before the election.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to question a ruling that technology companies including Facebook Inc. and Google say will cost them billions of dollars in taxes by limiting deductions for stock payments to employees.
Key justices explored possible middle ground as the U.S. Supreme Court considered President Donald Trump’s bid to keep his financial records secret in a pair of cases that could have sweeping constitutional significance and affect the November election.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear what could become the biggest cases involving Donald Trump as president, a pair of constitutional clashes that could insulate chief executives from investigations while in office and add an explosive new element to the 2020 election campaign.
The U.S. Supreme Court asked for additional briefs in an upcoming clash over President Donald Trump’s financial records, telling the lawyers to address whether courts have the power to consider the lawsuits he filed to challenge House subpoenas.
A U.S. Supreme Court justice temporarily blocked subpoenas that would force Deutsche Bank AG and Capital One Financial Corp. to turn over years of President Donald Trump’s financial documents to two House committees.