WORK AHEAD - Eight opinions remain to be seen from SCOTUS this term, and we’ll get at least a few today. Still to be revealed are decisions involving the citizenship question on the 2020 Census, partisan gerrymandering and the power of federal agencies, among others. With that pile of cases, the justices may well extend the term a day or more.

AS SEEN ON TV - The DOJ is suing Omarosa Manigault Newman for allegedly failing to file a certain ethics disclosure after she was fired by the White House, Nate Robson reports. Seeking civil penalties from the former White House adviser, the DOJ alleges in the complaint brought in D.C. federal court that Newman, formerly a contestant on “The Apprentice,” did not file a “termination” financial disclosure, a required filing for many executive branch employees after they leave public service.

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