Federal prosecutors will fight a judge’s decision to let a defense lawyer see secret foreign intelligence papers that may have led to evidence against his client, the first such ruling in a U.S. terrorism case.
An unprecedented decision to let the lawyer for a man facing terrorism charges see a secret U.S. intelligence court filing was reversed as an appeals panel ruled the disclosure was unnecessary to set up a fair trial.
Cotton prices are headed for a bear- market drop of more than 20 percent this year after failing to close above their 50-day moving average at the end of last week, said Sharon Johnson at First Capitol Group LLC.
Cotton fell for the first time in five sessions on speculation that crop conditions are improving in the U.S., the world’s top exporter, and that a stronger dollar will limit demand. Orange-juice futures also declined.