Here are the top stories for Monday, Sept. 21: Trump expects to make Supreme Court pick in days; Ginsburg honored at NYSE; UN marks 75th anniversary: Ellen DeGeneres apologizes for "toxic work environment."
NED BARKER: This is AP News Minute. President Donald Trump says he expects to announce his pick for the Supreme Court on Friday or Saturday after funeral services have been held for Ruth Bader Ginsburg. On Wednesday and Thursday, Ginsburg's casket will be on public view outside the Supreme Court to allow for public mourning during the pandemic.
The New York Stock Exchange held a minute of silence before trading began to honor Ginsburg, who was born in Brooklyn and became only the second woman to be appointed to the high court. Ginsburg will be buried next week in a private ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
The United Nations has marked its 75th anniversary with an appeal from the Secretary General to keep the peace and avoid war between the world's most powerful nations. Antonio Guterres also appealed for international cooperation in battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ellen DeGeneres show marked the start of its 18th season, and the award winning host used her opening monologue to address claims of a toxic work environment at the show. DeGeneres apologized for the allegations of dysfunction, which included sexual misconduct and racially insensitive remarks. Ned Barker, the Associated Press, with "AP News Minute."