Courtney J. Martin will direct the Yale Center for British Art, the museum and research institution housed in a renowned Louis Kahn building.
The attorney general told lawmakers he would look into whether any “spying” on the Trump campaign was improper, and he hoped the redacted Mueller report would be released “next week.”
The British bank reached a settlement with the United States and Britain after processing transactions from Sudan, Cuba and Iran.
Herman Cain and Stephen Moore have eschewed the traditional silence for such picks, providing nearly daily commentary. But the Senate may not like what it’s hearing.
After 24 years in charge of the left-leaning weekly’s editorial operations, the second woman to serve as its editor will give up running that role while continuing on as publisher.
The potential nomination signals the second time in weeks that the president has considered someone with partisan views for the Fed.
The once-cushy publisher of Vogue, The New Yorker and Vanity Fair chose Roger J. Lynch, formerly of Pandora, to steer it through a challenging time.
Bill Johnson, most recently the head of the Tennessee Valley Authority, will fill the chief executive position held by Geisha Williams, who left in January, just before PG&E filed for bankruptcy.
Stacy C. Hollander, deputy director for curatorial affairs, chief curator and director of exhibitions, is leaving at the end of June, the museum said.
Ethical and financial problems have surfaced in recent days, but Stephen Moore said the White House was “100 percent” behind his nomination.