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Nov 11, 2019

Former U.S. President Carter hospitalized in Atlanta for bleeding on the brain
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was admitted to an Atlanta hospital on Monday for a procedure to relieve brain pressure from bleeding caused by recent falls, the Carter Center said in a statement.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

U.S. Republicans say inquiry has not established 'impeachable offense'
Congressional Republicans said on Monday that weeks of closed-door impeachment testimony have not established that U.S. President Donald Trump pressed Ukraine to investigate his political rivals for his own benefit or that he has committed an impeachable offense.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Vindman should not fear retaliation over Ukraine testimony -Pentagon's Esper
U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman should not fear retaliation over his testimony to the U.S. Congress in its impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Monday.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

White House's Mulvaney to sue over House impeachment subpoenas
White House acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney on Monday withdrew his request to join a lawsuit seeking a court ruling on whether witnesses must testify in the U.S. House of Representatives impeachment probe into President Donald Trump, saying he would bring his own case, according to a court document.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

White House's Mulvaney withdraws request to intervene in impeachment probe lawsuit
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney on Monday withdrew his request to join a lawsuit seeking a court ruling on whether witnesses must testify in the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, according to a court document.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Helping veterans develop business skills as entrepreneurs
NEW YORK - Every year, about 250,000 U.S. military members leave the service and enter the workforce, and one in five tries to start their own business.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Democrats release new batch of testimony from Trump impeachment inquiry
The Democratic-led U.S. House of Representatives committees leading the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Monday released a transcript of a Pentagon official's testimony as Trump continued to seethe over the investigation.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Vindman should not fear retaliation over Ukraine testimony: Pentagon's Esper
U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman should not fear retaliation over his testimony to the U.S. Congress in its impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Monday.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

U.S. House panel release impeachment depositions of current, former diplomats
The U.S. House of Representatives committees conducting the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Monday released transcripts from closed-door depositions with State Department Ukraine specialist Catherine Croft and Christopher Anderson, a former specialist on Ukraine at the State Department.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

U.S. House panels release Pentagon official's impeachment deposition
The U.S. House of Representatives committees conducting the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Monday released transcripts from a closed-door deposition with Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Laura Cooper.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Google signs healthcare data and cloud computing deal with Ascension
Alphabet Inc's Google signed its biggest cloud computing customer in healthcare yet, according to an announcement on Monday, gaining with the deal datasets that could help it tune potentially lucrative artificial intelligence tools.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Microsoft says it will follow California's digital privacy law in U.S.
Microsoft Corp said in a blog post on Monday that it would honor California's privacy law, known as CCPA, throughout the United States, expanding the impact of a strict set of rules meant to protect consumers and their data.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Vindman shouldn't fear retaliation over Ukraine testimony: Pentagon's Esper
U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman should not fear retaliation over his testimony to the U.S. Congress in its impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, Defense Secretary Mark Esper told a small group of reporters on Monday.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Southwest will speed up inspections of 38 used 737 airplanes after FAA concerns
Southwest Airlines Co said Monday it will complete inspections on 38 737 airplanes it acquired from foreign air carriers by Jan. 31 that may not meet all U.S. aviation safety requirements.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Trump fumes over impeachment probe as public hearings approach
President Donald Trump seethed on Monday as Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives prepared to enter a crucial new phase - the first public hearings - in their impeachment inquiry centered on his request that Ukraine investigate political rival Joe Biden.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Vindman shouldn't fear retaliation over Ukraine testimony -Pentagon's Esper
U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman should not fear retaliation over his testimony to Congress in its impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump, Defense Secretary Mark Esper told a small group of reporters on Monday.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

U.S. judge dismisses NY attorney general as defendant in Trump tax returns case
A federal judge on Monday dismissed New York's attorney general and state tax commissioner as defendants in U.S. President Donald Trump's lawsuit seeking to block a House of Representatives committee from obtaining his New York state tax returns.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Google secret project gathers health data of millions of Americans: WSJ
Alphabet Inc's Google is teaming up with a health-care company on a secret project to collect personal health-related information of millions of Americans across 21 states, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Oklahoma police officer charged with murdering his own chief
An Oklahoma police officer has been charged with murdering his own police chief in a Florida seaside hotel as the pair traveled to attend a law enforcement conference, authorities said on Monday.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Former U.S. top diplomat Rice concerned by shadow diplomacy on Ukraine
Condoleezza Rice, a secretary of state under Republican President George W. Bush, said on Monday reports of an unofficial U.S. policy being carried out in Ukraine were "deeply troubling."

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Top Democratic 2020 contenders promise to strengthen veterans' services
Top U.S. Democratic White House contenders said on Monday they would improve benefits and healthcare for military veterans if elected, putting a priority on upgraded medical facilities, stronger suicide prevention programs and better care for military spouses and children.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Trump fumes over impeachment probe with public hearings days away
President Donald Trump seethed on Monday as Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives prepared to enter a crucial new phase - the first public hearings - in their impeachment inquiry centered on his request that Ukraine investigate political rival Joe Biden.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Factbox: U.S. diplomats take starring role in Trump impeachment hearings
The U.S. officials who will testify this week at public hearings in the House of Representatives' impeachment probe into President Donald Trump include the current top diplomat in Ukraine, the previous ambassador there and a diplomat who has spent much of his career fighting corruption in Ukraine and elsewhere.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

World's first airport therapy pig hogs the limelight at San Francisco airport
Pigs might not fly, but LiLou the therapy pig wants to make air travel less stressful.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Airbnb, Chobani among companies to oppose U.S. asylum work permit slowdown
Airbnb, Chobani, Western Union and a dozen other companies are urging the withdrawal of a Trump administration proposal to slow down the work permit approval process for asylum seekers.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

As Trump fumes, public impeachment hearings set to grab spotlight
This week will mark a new and unparalleled chapter in Donald Trump's tumultuous presidency, as the Democratic-led impeachment probe goes public with televised hearings into allegations about Trump's dealings with Ukraine.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Ukraine expects U.S. military aid to keep flowing despite Trump impeachment battle
Ukraine expects the United States to maintain or even increase military aid to Kiev next year despite the issue being part of a political battle in Washington over the impeachment of President Donald Trump, Defence Minister Andriy Zahorodniuk told Reuters.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

Bernie Sanders vows to strengthen services for U.S. veterans if elected president
U.S. Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders promised on Monday to boost healthcare services for military veterans if he is elected, putting a priority on upgrading facilities and hiring more doctors and nurses for the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Reuters US News
Nov 11, 2019

U.S. records one new case in measles outbreak
One new case of measles was reported this weekend in the United States, with the country suffering its worst outbreak of the highly contagious and sometimes deadly disease in close-to three decades.

Reuters US News
Nov 10, 2019

Amazon's $1.5 million political gambit backfires in Seattle City Council election
Seattle voters, in a rebuke to heavy corporate campaign spending by Amazon.com, have kept progressives firmly in control of their city council, reviving chances for a tax on big businesses that the tech giant helped fend off last year.

Reuters US News
Nov 10, 2019

For U.S. diplomats, public impeachment hearings could be catharsis and maybe a circus
On the first day of November, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sent an internal email to thousands of State Department staff that began: "As champions of American diplomacy, we are in the truth-telling business."

Reuters US News
Nov 09, 2019

U.S. women's team granted class action status in equal-pay lawsuit
The members of the U.S. women's national soccer team who sued the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) in March over allegations of gender discrimination can pursue their claims as a class action, a California court ruled on Friday.

Reuters US News
Nov 09, 2019

Militias, conservative activists rally in Washington
Militias and conservative activists rallied in Washington on Saturday to demand protection of gun ownership rights, term limits for lawmakers in Congress, and tighter U.S. borders against immigrants, among other things.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Trump to ask U.S. Supreme Court to review tax returns decision
U.S. President Donald Trump plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling requiring his accounting firm to turn over eight years of his tax returns to New York prosecutors, setting the stage for a possible decision before the 2020 election.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Bannon delivers damaging testimony in trial of longtime Trump adviser Stone
President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign CEO Steve Bannon delivered potentially damaging testimony on Friday against Roger Stone, describing communicating with Trump's longtime adviser about WikiLeaks despite Stone's denials and saying he believed Stone "had a relationship" with the website's founder.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Soccer: U.S. women's team granted class action status in equal-pay lawsuit
The members of the U.S. women's national soccer team who sued the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) in March over allegations of gender discrimination can pursue their claims as a class action, a California court ruled on Friday.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Facebook bars content claiming to name Trump impeachment whistleblower
Facebook Inc. is taking down any content that claims to name the anonymous whistleblower who ignited an impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump, the social network said on Friday.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Iowa inmate sentenced to life argues he briefly died and should be released
An Iowa inmate sentenced to life without parole has unsuccessfully argued in court that he should be freed because he "momentarily died" and was resuscitated when he was in the hospital four years ago.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Spy, law enforcement agencies step up U.S. election security measures
U.S. spy and law enforcement agencies on Friday said they had strengthened procedures for informing Congress, state and local governments, private business and the public about foreign interference in U.S. elections.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

In trial of Trump adviser Stone, comedian says he did not take dog threat seriously
Comedian Randy Credico testified on Friday he did not believe that President Donald Trump's adviser Roger Stone truly intended to harm Credico's dog when he threatened to do so, which could undercut the government's witness-tampering case against Stone.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Ex-white house adviser Bannon testifies in trial of former Trump aide Stone
The U.S. government on Friday called one-time White house adviser Steve Bannon to the stand in its trial of President Donald Trump's former aide, Roger Stone.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

U.S. CDC reports 'breakthrough' in vaping lung injury probe as cases top 2,000
Tests of lung samples taken from 29 patients with vaping-related lung injuries suggest all contained Vitamin E acetate, a discovery U.S. officials described as a "breakthrough" in the investigation of the nationwide outbreak that topped 2,000 cases this week.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Arkansas joins states backing T-Mobile's deal to buy Sprint
Arkansas has decided to back the U.S Justice Department's decision to approve a merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint, the third and fourth largest U.S. wireless carriers.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

U.S. to raise age limit for vaping to 21, Trump says ahead of action next week
The United States plans to raise the age limit for vaping to 21, U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday, adding that his administration would issue its final report on such products next week.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Former LA top cop Beck named Chicago's interim police superintendent
Former Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck was made Chicago's interim police superintendent on Friday, taking the temporary challenge of leading the second-largest force in the United States.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Forsaken by Trump, immigrant 'Dreamers' seek U.S. Supreme Court reprieve
When Maricruz Abarca learned three years ago that she had been given the legal right under a U.S. government program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals to work in the United States and avoid deportation, she started to cry.

Reuters US News
Nov 08, 2019

Buffalo Wild Wings employee dies after exposure to chemical at restaurant
A Buffalo Wild Wings employee died and at least 10 people checked themselves into hospital after being exposed to a strong chemical cleaning agent at a restaurant in Burlington, Massachusetts, authorities said on Thursday.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Year's most destructive California wildfire declared extinguished after two weeks
California's biggest, most ruinous wildfire this year, a wind-driven blaze that scorched 120 square miles (310 square kilometers) of Sonoma County wine country and consumed scores of homes, was declared fully contained and extinguished on Thursday, two weeks after erupting.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Survivors cling to hope in Paradise, year after California's deadliest wildfire
For Earl Cummings, the psychological scars remain raw a year after California's deadliest wildfire raced across a mountain ridge and destroyed the town of Paradise, killing 85 people.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Great-great-grandson of Wounded Knee commander asks for forgiveness
For the last 50 years, Bradley Upton has prayed for forgiveness as he has carried the burden of one of the most horrific events in U.S. history against Native Americans, one that was perpetrated by James Forsyth, his great-great-grandfather.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

In Trump adviser trial, comedian contradicts Stone's account, regales jury with jokes
Comedian Randy Credico testified in the trial of President Donald Trump's adviser Roger Stone on Thursday where he told jokes, did a Bernie Sanders impression and said he never served as a backchannel between Stone and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Democratic lawmakers question FAA decisions on Boeing safety issues
Two Democratic U.S. lawmakers said on Thursday the Federal Aviation Administration overruled agency technical specialists on two Boeing Co safety issues involving the 737 MAX and the 787 Dreamliner jets that they said could be "potentially catastrophic."

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Exclusive: Economist who backed Warren healthcare plan has doubts about her wealth tax
A leading economist who vouched for Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's healthcare reform plan told Reuters on Thursday he doubts its staggering cost can be fully covered in the way Warren has proposed.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Trump says New York official mischaracterizing Trump Foundation settlement
President Donald Trump accused New York state's attorney general of mischaracterizing a settlement reached on Thursday in which his charitable foundation will pay $2 million for misusing funds to help his 2016 presidential campaign.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

U.S. Justice Department issues subpoenas to automakers in California emissions probe
The U.S. Justice Department has issued civil subpoenas to four major automakers, demanding that they disclose details on a deal struck with California in July to follow strict vehicle emissions standards, a source briefed on the matter said on Thursday.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Many attacks at public schools could be prevented: U.S. Secret Service
Many attacks at public schools in the United States could be prevented by identifying students of concern, the U.S. Secret Service said on Thursday in a report that found attackers routinely show troubling behavior that should be reported.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Democrats question FAA decisions on two Boeing safety issues
Two Democratic U.S. House lawmakers said on Thursday the Federal Aviation Administration overruled agency technical specialists on two Boeing Co safety issues involving the 737 MAX rudder cable and lightning protection for the 787 Dreamliner that it said could be "potentially catastrophic."

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

U.S. Justice Department issues civil subpoenas to automakers in California emissions deal probe
The U.S. Justice Department has issued civil subpoenas in its antitrust investigation into four major automakers' voluntary agreement with California to adopt compromise vehicle emissions requirements, a source briefed on the matter said on Thursday.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Facebook fights disclosing app records in Massachusetts privacy probe
Facebook Inc on Thursday urged a judge not to force it to turn over records to Massachusetts' attorney general disclosing thousands of apps the social media giant suspects misused users' data, as part of a probe into its privacy practices.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Trump must pay $2 million for misusing namesake charity: New York judge
A New York state judge on Thursday ordered U.S. President Donald Trump to pay $2 million for misusing his namesake charitable foundation, resulting in funds being used to advance his 2016 presidential campaign.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

GM sells shuttered Ohio plant to EV truck start-up
General Motors Co confirmed on Thursday it has sold its shuttered Lordstown Assembly plant in Ohio to a start-up that has an ambitious plan to begin building electric pickup trucks by the end of 2020.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Chicago police chief steps down after tumultuous three years
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson on Thursday said he will retire from the second-largest U.S. police force after a three-year run marked by a sharp reduction in murders, a federal police misconduct probe and clashes with President Donald Trump.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Juul Labs to stop sales of mint-flavored nicotine pods in U.S
Juul Labs Inc said on Thursday it would immediately stop accepting orders for mint-flavored refills for its e-cigarettes in the United States.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

New York judge orders Trump to pay $2 million over charitable foundation
A New York state judge on Thursday ordered U.S. President Donald Trump to pay $2 million for misusing his namesake charitable foundation, resulting in funds being distributed to his 2016 presidential campaign.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Exclusive: Trump administration moves closer to easing gun exports
The Trump administration has passed a key milestone in a long-delayed rule change that would make it easier to sell U.S. firearms outside the United States, including assault rifles and ammunition, people briefed on the matter told Reuters.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

'Prepare to die' Trump adviser Stone texted witness, trial jury hears
Prosecutors on Thursday unveiled threatening text messages by U.S. President Donald Trump's adviser Roger Stone to radio host Randy Credico in which Stone urged Credico not to testify about their communications over Stone's efforts in 2016 to learn when WikiLeaks might release more damaging emails about Trump's rival Hillary Clinton.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Exclusive: Trump administration rule changes to ease gun exports progress
The Trump administration has passed a key milestone in a long-delayed rule change that would make it easier to sell U.S. firearms outside the United States, including assault rifles and ammunition, people briefed on the matter told Reuters.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

U.S. vaping-related deaths climb to 39, illnesses to 2,051
U.S. health officials on Thursday reported 2,051 confirmed and probable cases and 2 more deaths from a mysterious respiratory illness tied to vaping, taking the total death toll to 39.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

U.S. charges New York company with illegal Chinese equipment sales
Federal prosecutors have filed criminal charges accusing a New York company of exposing the U.S. government and private customers to security risks by illegally importing and selling surveillance and security equipment from China.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Witch hunt or necessity? Maine's rugged independent voters torn over impeaching Trump
In an era of hyper partisan politics, Sean Fowler is a rarity: an independent voter who once considered the impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump a "witch hunt" and now thinks Congress should remove him from office.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

In Trump's shadow, Republican suburban slide shows little sign of slowing
The last time Democrats controlled the government in Delaware County, a suburb of Philadelphia, the U.S. Civil War had just ended.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Trump defiant at Louisiana rally after Democrat wins
U.S. President Donald Trump struck a defiant note on Wednesday at a rally in Louisiana a day after Democrats clinched victories in a raft of local elections that cast a shadow over his 2020 re-election hopes.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Chicago police chief, who lowered homicide rate and tussled with Trump, to retire
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson will retire from the department after handling three years of high-profile crimes and a federal probe into police shootings, while also lowering the city's homicide rate from a two-decade high, a police spokesman said on Thursday.

Reuters US News
Nov 07, 2019

Democrat Sanders vows to halt immigration raids, deportations if elected president
U.S. Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders said on Thursday he would put a moratorium on deportations from the United States and end raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on his first day in office.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Killed American family may have been 'bait' in Mexican cartel fight: relatives
The nine American women and children killed in northern Mexico were victims of a territorial dispute between an arm of the Sinaloa Cartel and a rival gang, officials said on Wednesday, and may have been used to lure one side into a firefight.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Texas executes white supremacist convicted of strangling woman
A Texas man was executed by lethal injection on Wednesday, 14 years after he was convicted of strangling a woman to keep her from divulging to police the location of a drug den where he and other members of his white supremacist gang held meetings.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Senate leader McConnell backs bill to protect coal miner pensions
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell joined a bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday in introducing a bill to secure the pensions for nearly 90,000 retired coal miners as a recent wave of coal company bankruptcies threatens the solvency of the federal pension fund.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Faith in Mexico shaken for 'true believer' Mormon communities
The massacre of nine women and children in northern Mexico could test breakaway Mormon families' attachment to communities that for decades have been a haven for a way of life shunned by the mainstream Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Family tells how 13-year-old boy hid siblings in Mexico massacre
After watching gunmen shoot dead his mother and two brothers, 13-year-old Devin Langford hid six surviving siblings in nearby bushes and walked for miles in a rugged expanse of northern Mexico to get help.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

After Democratic legislative gains, Virginia governor vows new gun-control push
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam's push for new gun control laws after the May massacre of 12 people in Virginia Beach flopped when the Republican-controlled state legislature acquiesced to his call for a July special session but left without a vote.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Two murder suspects captured at Mexico border after escaping California jail
Two murder suspects were captured at the U.S.-Mexican border while attempting to walk back into the United States on Wednesday, three days after escaping from a California jail hundreds of miles to the north, police said.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

California reveals Facebook probe, says social media company stonewalling investigation
California revealed for the first time an 18-month investigation into Facebook Inc's privacy practices and accused the social media giant in a court filing on Wednesday of hampering the investigation.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

U.S. Supreme Court justices seek compromise in Hawaii water pollution case
U.S. Supreme Court justices across the political spectrum appeared to be searching for a compromise on Wednesday as they considered an important environmental case from Hawaii that could limit the scope of a landmark federal law aimed at curbing water pollution.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

California investigating Facebook, demands subpoenaed documents
California is investigating Facebook Inc's disclosure of user data to Cambridge Analytica and other partners, the state revealed on Wednesday in a court filing that demanded that the social media giant respond to its subpoena.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Trump's 'conscience' rule for healthcare workers struck down by U.S. judge
A federal judge on Wednesday voided a White House-backed rule making it easier for doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers to avoid performing abortions and other medical services on religious or moral grounds.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Trump-backed 'conscience' rule for healthcare workers voided by U.S. judge
A federal judge on Wednesday voided a White House-backed rule that would have made it easier for doctors and nurses to avoid performing abortions on religious or moral grounds.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

U.S. judge voids Trump-backed 'conscience' rule for healthcare workers
A federal judge in Manhattan on Wednesday declared void a rule backed by the Trump administration that would make it easier for doctors and nurses to avoid performing abortions on religious or moral grounds.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

U.S. Supreme Court weighs important environmental case from Hawaii
U.S. Supreme Court justices on Wednesday wrestled over whether a wastewater treatment plant in Hawaii is subject to a landmark federal law aimed at curbing water pollution in an important environmental case, with justices on both sides of the ideological divide appearing to be searching for a compromise.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Kansas City voters: Street name wrong way to honor Martin Luther King Jr
Voters in Kansas City, Missouri, have reversed a decision by city leaders to name a street after slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr, in a contest both sides characterized as being sparked by citizen disenfranchisement, not racial prejudice.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Apple rolls out health records on iPhones for U.S. military veterans
Apple Inc on Wednesday said that U.S. military veterans who use its iOS devices and get medical care from the Veterans Health Administration will be able to access their health records on the devices.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Keystone pipeline spill hardens landowner opposition to proposed expansion
A big oil spill from the Keystone Pipeline in North Dakota last week has hardened opposition to the controversial Keystone XL expansion among landowners along its route, who say they hope to use the incident to help block or stall the project in court.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Texas scheduled to execute white supremacist convicted of strangling woman
A 38-year-old man is scheduled to be executed in Texas on Wednesday, 14 years after he was convicted of strangling a woman so she would not tell police about a drug house where he and members of his white supremacist gang gathered.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Democrats claim victory over Trump-backed Kentucky governor, seize Virginia legislature
U.S. Democrats claimed an upset win in Kentucky on Tuesday over a Republican governor backed by President Donald Trump and seized control of the state legislature in Virginia, where anti-Trump sentiment in the suburbs remained a potent force.

Reuters US News
Nov 06, 2019

Seattle council race stays tight despite Amazon's hefty donations
Seattle's city council race was a toss-up between a pro-business and a progressive council on Tuesday night, despite record election campaign donations from big donors, including tech giant Amazon.com.

Reuters US News
Nov 05, 2019

U.S. presidential contender Biden calls Warren jab 'elitism'
U.S. presidential contender Joe Biden launched a new attack on one of his fiercest rivals in the Democratic party on Tuesday, accusing U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren of "elitism" for dismissing his criticism of her healthcare plan.

Reuters US News
Nov 05, 2019

U.S. Justice Dept sets up anti-price collusion 'strike force'
The Justice Department said on Tuesday it had created a strike force that will identify and prosecute companies that fix prices or collude to push up the cost of billions of dollars' worth of U.S. government purchases.

Reuters US News
Nov 05, 2019

Ohio man pleads guilty to plotting July 4, 2018, bomb attack in Cleveland
An Ohio man accused of plotting a July 4 bomb attack in Cleveland last year pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a federal charge of attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization, U.S. law enforcement officials said.

Reuters US News
Nov 05, 2019

Chicago Public Schools to plug new budget hole with one-time measures
The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) said on Tuesday it would use $134 million in one-time revenue and savings to cover additional spending in its current budget partly because of a tentative contract agreement with its teachers union that ended an 11-day strike.

Reuters US News
Nov 05, 2019

U.S. government sees no evidence of hacking in Tuesday's elections
Voting in U.S. state and local elections on Tuesday showed no evidence of successful tampering by any foreign government, the Justice Department and six U.S. security agencies said.

Reuters US News
Nov 05, 2019

Trump administration schedules lease sale for Arctic Alaska lands
The Trump administration said on Tuesday it will be auctioning off nearly 4 million acres (1.6 million hectares) of land in Arctic Alaska for oil development next month, and it is promising much more territory will be open to development in the future.

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