The jury had found that the singer, her record company and collaborators were liable for copyright infringement because parts of the song resembled a Christian rap song by the artist Flame.
The case was the last remaining government lawsuit against the bank over financial crisis-era issues.
In an opinion column, Abigail Disney railed against what she calls the “naked indecency’’ of the practices. Disney disputed her assertions.
With just two days left to reach a deal to keep the government open, negotiations hit a new snag over backpay for federal contractors from the last shutdown.
Groups around the world highlight a gender gap by noting the day of the year — in Britain, it’s Nov. 10 — when women would start working without pay, relative to men’s annual earnings.
The ruling ordering compensation for Korean men forced to work for Japan’s World War II efforts threatens to hurt relations between two close American allies.
Citigroup had said it was offering a safe haven from high-frequency traders. A Wall Street regulator says the company failed to keep its promise.
Many mourners waited for hours to view McCain lying in state.
Trump cancels pay raises for most federal employees set to take effect in January, citing budget.
The first of five days of memorials honoring the late Sen. John McCain started in his adopted home state of Arizona Wednesday.