Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid plans to act today on his long-held pledge to change the chamber’s rules and limit the minority’s ability to block presidential nominations, spokesman Adam Jentleson said.
Investors are pouring more money into stock mutual funds in the U.S. than they have in 13 years, attracted by a market near record highs and stung by bond losses that would deepen if interest rates keep rising.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid may move ahead with changing rules on nominations as soon as today in response to Republicans’ blocking three of President Barack Obama’s choices for a federal appeals court.
Toyota Motor Corp.’s top North American executive said the carmaker hasn’t decided to end a production deal that supplies it with 100,000 Camry sedans annually from Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.’s U.S. Subaru plant.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he’s weighing a change to the chamber’s rules on handling nominations after Republicans blocked three of President Barack Obama’s choices for a federal appeals court in the past month.