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Feb 19, 2018

Washington's $500 Million Financial-Storm Forecaster Is Foundering
The Office of Financial Research was supposed to anticipate trouble and issue warnings, but initiatives have been delayed or scaled back. Now the Trump administration is holding it up as an example of governmental overreach.

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Feb 19, 2018

ECB Freezes All Payments by Latvia Bank Amid U.S. Probe
The ECB has frozen all payments by a Latvian bank, following accusations by the U.S. that the small bank laundered billions in illicit funds, including for companies connected to North Korea's banned ballistic-missile program.

WSJ US News
Feb 19, 2018

Trump Backs Effort to Improve Background Checks for Guns
President Donald Trump supports efforts to improve the federal background-check system for firearms, his press secretary said Monday.

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Feb 19, 2018

Gymnasts Won't Participate in USOC Sexual-Abuse Inquiry
Former Olympic gymnasts won't participate in the U.S. Olympic Committee's investigation into the sexual-abuse scandal surrounding former national team doctor Larry Nassar, saying they don't trust the body to conduct a thorough and independent inquiry.

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Feb 19, 2018

Top Gymnasts Won't Participate in Olympic Committee's Sexual-Abuse Probe
Former Olympic gymnasts won't participate in the U.S. Olympic Committee's investigation into the sexual-abuse scandal surrounding former national team doctor Larry Nassar, saying they don't trust the body to conduct a thorough and independent inquiry.

WSJ US News
Feb 19, 2018

U.S. Questions How Much It Can Trust Russia Over Ukraine
U.S.-Russian negotiations over a peacekeeping force for eastern Ukraine are emerging as a test for Washington on the wisdom of trying to negotiate with Moscow.

WSJ US News
Feb 19, 2018

New York Retailers Gear Up for Tough Tobacco Rules
Retailers across New York City are beginning to grapple with the first of many new laws designed to make it more difficult for residents to buy cigarettes, in hopes of driving down smoking rates.

WSJ US News
Feb 19, 2018

Inside an Immigration Roundup: Crying Children, Closed Doors, Coffee
How the federal effort targeting illegal immigrants for deportation actually plays out when Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents go door-to-door early one Sunday morning.

WSJ US News
Feb 19, 2018

Why Was Facebook So Easy to Hijack?
Experts offer a lesson in how Facebook and other networks through history became hierarchies, as individuals got more influence.

WSJ US News
Feb 19, 2018

New York City Schools Chancellor Takes a Farewell Tour
As she gets ready to retire from the nation's largest school district, Carmen Fariña earned widespread respect for her energy and knowledge of the field, giving herself a B-plus for achievement and A-plus for effort.

WSJ US News
Feb 19, 2018

Family Who Housed Florida School Shooter Describes the Days Before the Attack
Two weeks earlier, "he told me this is the best he's ever felt in his life," said James Snead, who had invited his son's friend Nikolas Cruz to live with his family after the 19-year-old's mother died.

WSJ US News
Feb 18, 2018

After Florida School Shooting, GOP Lawmakers Under Pressure to Back Gun Control
Some congressional Republicans said Sunday they could support some gun-safety bills, after coming under pressure from students who survived a mass shooting at a Florida high school. But the lawmakers couldn't say when, or if, GOP House and Senate leaders would put legislation on the floor.

WSJ US News
Feb 18, 2018

After Florida School Shooting, Some GOP Lawmakers Renew Gun-Control Talk
Some congressional Republicans said Sunday they could support some gun-safety bills, after coming under pressure from students who survived a mass shooting at a Florida high school. But the lawmakers couldn't say when, or if, GOP House and Senate leaders would put legislation on the floor.

WSJ US News
Feb 18, 2018

For Tech Giants, Halting Russian Meddling Won't Be Easy
The U.S. indictment handed down against three Russian companies and 13 individuals suggests it won't be easy to stop any aggressive influence campaign in the run-up to the midterm election in less than nine months.

WSJ US News
Feb 18, 2018

Trump Weekend Tweetstorm Responds to Mueller Indictment
President Donald Trump used Twitter over the weekend to respond to the latest moves by special counsel Robert Mueller, repeating that his campaign didn't collude with Russia. He also played down the impact that Russian actions had on the election.

WSJ US News
Feb 18, 2018

For Tech Giants, Halting Russian Meddling Isn't Easy
The U.S. indictment handed down against three Russian companies and 13 individuals suggests it won't be easy to stop any aggressive influence campaign in the run-up to the midterm election in less than nine months.

WSJ US News
Feb 18, 2018

Gun Rights Expand in Era of Mass Shootings
The Florida school shooting has prompted calls for stricter gun laws but such legislation faces a tough road as a wave of states move to expand gun owners' rights.

WSJ US News
Feb 18, 2018

Calatrava and Gehry Among Architects Selected for Hudson Yards Towers
Architects Santiago Calatrava and Frank Gehry have been tapped to design residential towers at the massive new development rising on Manhattan's far West Side.

WSJ US News
Feb 17, 2018

A Neighbor's 911 Call: Another Unheeded Tip in Florida School Shooting
A former neighbor of Nikolas Cruz said she told police two years ago that the teen said he looked forward to buying a gun when he turned 18 so he could shoot up his school. The police said there wasn't anything they could do.

WSJ US News
Feb 17, 2018

U.S. and Russian Officials Spar Over Election Meddling
The White House's H.R. McMaster cited ‘incontrovertible' evidence of Russian interference in U.S. elections. Russia's foreign minister dismissed it as ‘just blabber.'

WSJ US News
Feb 17, 2018

How the Russians Ran Their Election Propaganda Shop
The alleged Russian campaign to manipulate the U.S. presidential election was orchestrated by what amounted to a propaganda startup, with finance and graphics departments, performance targets and a sophisticated social-media strategy.

WSJ US News
Feb 17, 2018

U.S. and Russian Officials Spar at Security Conference Over Election Meddling
The White House's H.R. McMaster cited ‘incontrovertible' evidence of Russian interference in U.S. elections. Russia's foreign minister dismissed it as ‘just blabber.'

WSJ US News
Feb 17, 2018

European Diplomats Aim to Curb Iran Actions, Save Nuclear Deal
European diplomats met with a senior Iranian official on Saturday in a bid to curtail Iran's regional muscle-flexing and meet a key Trump administration demand.

WSJ US News
Feb 17, 2018

South Korean President Hopes for U.S. Dialogue With North
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that he remained hopeful that a recent inter-Korean rapprochement around the Olympics could lead to dialogue between the U.S. and North Korea.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Immigration Officials Audit More Than 100 California Businesses
Federal immigration officials are auditing 122 Southern California businesses, demanding proof their employees have legal permission to work in the U.S.

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Feb 16, 2018

Company Hid Ties to Former Cuomo Aide's Wife, Consultant Says
An energy company that allegedly paid bribes to the wife of a former aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo intentionally omitted her name and image from publicly available material, a consultant to the company testified in a federal corruption trial.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

VA Secretary's Chief of Staff Departs After Watchdog Report
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin's chief of staff is stepping down after the agency's watchdog alleged she altered an email and misled ethics officials while arranging for Dr. Shulkin's wife to travel with him to Europe on an official trip.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Judge Is Asked to Disallow Trump Bias Claims in AT&T Merger Trial
The Justice Department asked a federal judge not to allow AT&T Inc.'s defense of its proposed acquisition of Time Warner Inc. to include a claim that the Trump administration improperly challenged the deal for political reasons.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Kremlin Caterer Accused in U.S. Election Meddling Has History of Dishing Dark Arts
An online army accused of sowing discord among American voters during the 2016 election emerged from a tiny corner of the Russian business empire built by Yevgeny Prigozhin, the Kremlin's favorite restaurateur.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Flu Season May Be Slowing, But Is Still Serious
There are signs that the flu season is slowing down—at least for now, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Kelly Orders End to Some Interim Security Clearances
The White House next week will discontinue interim security clearances for some of its staffers, one of several changes Chief of Staff John Kelly proposed Friday in the wake of news that a top lieutenant held the temporary status for more than a year despite allegations of domestic abuse.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Vermont Police Thwart Potential School Shooting
Police arrested an 18-year-old after receiving what they said were credible threats he planned to, in his words, "shoot up" Fair Haven Union High School.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Q&A: How Russian Operatives Allegedly Interfered in the U.S. Election
Federal prosecutors announced that they have indicted Russian nationals on charges related to their alleged efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

U.S. Weighs Tariffs, Quotas on Metals Imports
The Trump administration said it is considering sweeping new limits on imports of steel and aluminum as the next phase of its "America First" economic policies, playing down warnings from economists and allies about the risks of higher prices and trade wars.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

The Rise of the Jumbo Student Loan
Most borrowers who left college or graduate school owing at least $50,000 in student loans in 2010 had failed to pay down any of their debt four years later, according to a study by the Brookings Institution.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

In Utah, Fossils Versus Fossil Fuels
Paleontologists worried that the search for fossil fuels could disturb rare fossils are suing to reverse the Trump administration's decision to cut by nearly half the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

After Senate Failure on Dreamers, Immigration Faces Unclear Path in House
The Senate's failure to pass immigration legislation this week has alarmed some centrist House Republicans who have been pushing their leaders for months to bring up a bill that would provide legal protections for Dreamers.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

FBI Didn't Follow Up on Tip From Person Close to Accused Shooter
The FBI said on Friday that it mistakenly didn't investigate a credible and specific tip about the teenager charged with storming into a Florida high school and killing 17 people.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Russians Charged With Interfering in U.S. Election
A Russian internet agency and 13 individuals were indicted on charges of interfering in the U.S. election, part of the probe by special counsel Robert Mueller.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

U.S. Weighs Tariffs and Quotas on Steel, Aluminum Imports
The Trump administration said it was considering broad-based tariffs and quotas to curb imports of steel and aluminum to protect national security, though officials stressed that the ultimate policy could be considerably more limited.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Jumbo Loans Are New Threat in U.S. Student Debt Market
Most borrowers who left college or graduate school owing at least $50,000 in student loans in 2010 had failed to pay down any of their debt four years later, according to a study by the Brookings Institution.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Florida School Shooting Renews Debate Over Gun Access and Mental Health
The Florida school shooting rampage by a former student with a troubled past has put a new focus on the vexing debate over what can be done to keep firearms away from people prone to violence.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

What Can't Be Debated on Campus
A professor marginalized for her politically incorrect views asks if it's still possible to have substantive arguments about divisive issues.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

The Robots Are Coming for Garment Workers
Automation is finally invading the garment industry, transforming sweatshops and putting people out of work in poor countries like Bangladesh. For the U.S., that means lower prices and new domestic production possibilities.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Mitt Romney Announces Run for Utah Senate Seat
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will run for the U.S. Senate seat from Utah being vacated by Orrin Hatch, he said in a video announcement.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Romney Announces Run for Utah Senate Seat
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will run for the U.S. Senate seat from Utah being vacated by Orrin Hatch, he said in a video announcement.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Turkey and U.S. Promise to Work Together Over Tensions, But Offer Little Concrete
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. and Turkey won't "act alone any longer," but the North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies fell short of immediate concrete steps to improve what the top U.S. diplomat described as a "crisis point" in relations.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

States Worry You May Claim 529 Tax Exemption for K-12 School Tuition
State officials across the country are increasingly worried that a provision in the new tax law extending college savings accounts to K-12 expenses will blow an unexpected hole in their budgets.

WSJ US News
Feb 16, 2018

Law-Enforcement Officials Say YouTube Tip Wasn't a Strong Lead
Current and former law-enforcement officials said it wasn't clear what further action the FBI could have taken after agents were notified of a threatening comment left on YouTube last year by a user with the same name as the 19-year-old charged for the school shooting in Florida.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Bronx Brothers Accused in Bomb-Making Plot
Two Bronx brothers, including one former teacher, were arrested on Thursday for allegedly paying students from a Harlem high school to help them construct bombs in their apartment, authorities said Thursday.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Federal Judge Rejects Government Loan for Puerto Rico Utility
A federal judge has rejected a $550 million loan to keep Puerto Rico's troubled electric utility in operation, threatening the island with more power outages at a time when it is trying to recover from last summer's devastating hurricanes.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Attorney General Faces Many Battles
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is fighting on multiple fronts, embroiled in disputes with Republican lawmakers on at least three issues while his Justice Department remains at odds with the White House on others.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

White House Blames Russia For Massive 2017 Cyberattack
The White House blamed Russia for a massive cyberattack last year that crippled computer networks at multinational firms worldwide, vowing the hack would be met with "international consequences."

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Immigration Measures Fail in Senate
A bipartisan Senate immigration proposal failed to advance, as did President Donald Trump's rival proposal, leaving Congress with no clear path for addressing the fate of hundreds of thousands of young, undocumented immigrants.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Gov. Cuomo Considers Declaring State of Emergency in New York City Public Housing
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is weighing whether to declare a state of emergency at the New York City Housing Authority over what his counsel called "intolerable" conditions.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Investors Warned of Cryptocurrency 'Pump-and-Dump' Schemes
Regulators warned consumers to beware of "pump-and-dump" manipulation schemes in virtual-currency markets as they try to rein in misconduct on unregulated spot exchanges.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Bannon Stays Mostly Mum in House Hearing, Prompting Bipartisan Ire
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon once again declined to answer some questions about his time in government during an appearance before the House Intelligence Committee, setting the stage for a further showdown with Congress over his continued refusal to provide testimony.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

After Deaths, NTSB Issues Rail-Safety Recommendations
Transportation-safety regulators issued new safety recommendations as investigations continue looking into fatal rail crashes in South Carolina and New York.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Bipartisan Immigration Bill Fails in Senate
A bipartisan Senate immigration proposal opposed by the White House fell short of the votes needed to advance, leaving Congress with no clear path for addressing the fate of hundreds of thousands of young, undocumented immigrants.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Teacher Walkouts to Close West Virginia Schools in Some Counties
Schools in at least six West Virginia counties with about 32,000 students combined said they would cancel classes Friday, as teachers at those schools plan to walk out over pay and benefits.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Senate Begins Voting on Immigration Measures
The Senate began voting on a series of immigration measures after months of feuding, including a bipartisan compromise aimed at appeasing both parties' concerns as well as a rival plan drawn up by the White House.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Trump's Inaugural Committee Spent Nearly $107 Million on Events
President Donald Trump's inauguration committee spent nearly all of the record $107 million it raised on official events, while donating about $5 million to charities, according to tax documents released Thursday.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Tillerson Meets Erdogan in Bid to Defuse an Emerging Crisis
The U.S. and Turkey are attempting to bridge differences over their operations in northern Syria, holding a battery of meetings this week to defuse tensions between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Bannon Tells House Panel He Will Answer Limited, Prewritten Questions
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon once again declined to answer some questions about his time in government during an appearance before the House Intelligence Committee, setting the stage for a further showdown with Congress over his continued refusal to provide testimony.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Missed Warnings in the Florida Shooting
Authorities in Florida have charged the teen arrested for the mass shooting at a high school Wednesday with premeditated murder for each of the 17 people killed, and acknowledged that there might have been a lost chance to intervene.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Republicans Who Opposed Obama's Health Law Now Work to Keep Premiums Down
Republicans opposed to the Affordable Care Act are showing interest in proposals to shore up the health law and lower premiums, driven partly by their concerns that any big jump in insurance costs may hurt them in the midterm elections.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

After Florida Shooting, Trump Plans Summit on School Safety
President Donald Trump said he planned to convene a meeting of the nation's governors and state attorneys general in which he would make school safety "our top priority," in the wake of a school shooting in Florida that left 17 people dead.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Amtrak May Suspend Use of Tracks Without Crash-Prevention Systems
Amtrak on Thursday threatened to suspend operations on some tracks it uses outside the Northeast Corridor if the track owners don't meet a year-end federal deadline to install crash-prevention systems.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

A Profit at Sears? (There's a Catch)
Sears said in a regulatory filing that comparable-store sales fell 15.6% in its latest quarter, but that it expects recent U.S. tax law changes to help it post a profit.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Tillerson Says Hezbollah's Actions Threaten Lebanon's Security
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Hezbollah's actions threaten Lebanon and the region's security, a day after he faced criticism for saying the U.S. should acknowledge the group as part of the political landscape.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Mnuchin Says IRS to Release New Tax Withholding Calculator Next Week
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the IRS will release a new calculator next week that allows taxpayers to double-check the amount that should be withheld from their paychecks under the new tax law.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Google Tests System to Help Locate 911 Callers
Alphabet Inc.'s Google tested of new technology in 50 U.S. 911 call centers aimed at making it easier for dispatchers to determine cellphone callers' locations, and participants said the results were promising.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

New York Police Sergeant Acquitted of Murder of Mentally-Ill Woman
A Bronx judge acquitted a New York City police sergeant accused of murdering a 66-year-old, mentally-ill woman allegedly armed with a baseball bat.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Trump's Budget Cuts Funding For Manufacturing Program
President Trump's proposed budget calls for eliminating federal funding to a program that supports small manufacturers that the government has said created or protected more than 100,000 jobs in the last fiscal year alone.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

A Profit at Sears? (There's a Catch.)
Sears said in a regulatory filing that comparable-store sales fell 15.6% in its latest quarter, but that it expects recent U.S. tax law changes to help it post a profit.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Cuomo's Vision to Link Long Island and Westchester Could Cost $55 Billion
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling for a bridge or tunnel to be constructed across Long Island Sound, connecting Suffolk and Nassau counties with Westchester County. A study concluded a tunnel could cost as much as $55 billion.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Florida Shooting Suspect Charged With 17 Counts of Premeditated Murder
Authorities in Florida have charged the teen arrested for the mass shooting at a high school Wednesday with premeditated murder for each of the 17 people killed.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

VA Secretary Says He'll Reimburse U.S. for Disputed European Travel Costs
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin told a House committee Thursday that he plans to pay back the U.S. government for expenses incurred during a trip to Europe that was the focus of a critical inspector-general report.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Senate Readies Votes on Immigration Measures
The Senate prepared to vote on a series of immigration measures after months of feuding, including a bipartisan compromise aimed at appeasing both parties' concerns as well as a rival plan drawn up by the White House.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

U.S. Producer Prices Returned to Upward Path in January
U.S. producer prices rose in January, the latest sign of building inflation pressure in the economy.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

U.S. Road-Death Rates Near 10-Year High
Motor-vehicle fatality rates in 2017 remained near a 10-year high—a sign U.S. roads aren't getting safer despite the barrage of driver safety technology in new cars. Motor-vehicle deaths had steadily declined in the decade leading to 2016. But driver distraction, increased miles driven and other factors have pushed up traffic-related fatalities.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Concussion Blood Test Wins FDA Approval
The FDA has approved the first blood test to evaluate concussions, otherwise known as mild traumatic brain injuries, in patients after accidents, military wounds, sports collisions and other causes.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Gunman Kills 17 in Florida High School Shooting
A gunman opened fire at a South Florida high school, leaving 17 people dead and more than a dozen injured in one of the deadliest U.S. school shootings.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Talking Taxes: How to Hold On to More of Your Dough
The new tax rules have already taken effect. But they won't show up on tax returns until early in 2019. What's changing for individuals? The latest video in our Talking Taxes series breaks it all down for you, in bite-size pieces.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Republican Foes of Health Law Try a Patch Job Ahead of Midterms
Republicans opposed to the Affordable Care Act are showing interest in proposals to shore up the health law and lower premiums, driven partly by their concerns that any big jump in insurance costs may hurt them in the midterm elections.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Not Just Rockets? SpaceX Gets Boost for Internet SatelliteVenture
A top U.S. regulator recommended approving SpaceX's plan to provide internet service through satellites, a move that could expand broadband availability across the U.S. and beyond.

WSJ US News
Feb 15, 2018

Romney Delays Announcement on Utah Senate Run
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said Wednesday he would delay a planned announcement regarding a run for the open Senate seat being vacated by Utah Republican Orrin Hatch, following the school shooting in Florida.

WSJ US News
Feb 14, 2018

Teen Gunman Kills 17 at Florida School
A gunman opened fire at a South Florida high school, leaving 17 people dead and more than a dozen injured in one of the deadliest U.S. school shootings.

WSJ US News
Feb 14, 2018

Pakistan, Seeing New Pressure from the West, Moves Against Militant Group
Pakistan is hoping to head off an attempt by the Trump administration to exert further pressure over terrorism by putting the country put on a global terror financing watch list, according to a senior Pakistani official.

WSJ US News
Feb 14, 2018

Inflation Starts to Make a Comeback
U.S. consumer prices rose a more-than-expected 2.1% in January from a year earlier, a further sign inflation is firming after a long run of softness.

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Feb 14, 2018

Can Cuomo's New Puppy Curb His Alpha-Dog Image?
The newest member of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration is a "laid-back" Northern Inuit puppy—a breed that prefers snuggling on a couch to guarding a mansion.

WSJ US News
Feb 14, 2018

Seventeen Dead in Florida School Shooting; Suspect Is in Custody
A gunman opened fire at a South Florida high school at the end of the school day Wednesday, leaving 17 people dead, more than a dozen injured one of the deadliest school shootings.

WSJ US News
Feb 14, 2018

Trump's Requested Military Parade Could Cost Up to $30 Million, Budget Director Says
A military parade requested by President Donald Trump could cost taxpayers between $10 million and $30 million depending on the complexity of the event, the White House budget director told lawmakers Wednesday.

WSJ US News
Feb 14, 2018

Trump Hardens Stance on Immigration Plan
President Donald Trump on Wednesday urged senators to vote against any immigration proposal other than his own plan, courting a showdown with Republican and Democratic senators who oppose the White House's desire to curb family-based migration and would like to cut a narrower deal.

WSJ US News
Feb 14, 2018

House Backs Bill That Would Benefit Fintech Partnerships With Banks
The House approved a bill that would make the resale of high-interest loans more attractive to third-party buyers such as debt collectors—and bolster fintech firms' partnerships with banks.

WSJ US News
Feb 14, 2018

Several Fatalities Reported in Florida School Shooting; Suspect Caught
Authorities have apprehended a suspect involved in a shooting incident at a south Florida high school Wednesday afternoon, with officials saying there were several fatalities.

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Feb 14, 2018

VA Chief Got Free Wimbledon Tickets, Wife's Airfare, Watchdog Says
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin improperly accepted a gift of Wimbledon tennis tickets, misspent taxpayer money and misused department resources in an official trip to Europe last year, according to an inspector general's report released Wednesday.

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Feb 14, 2018

Was the Payment to Stormy Daniels a Campaign Contribution?
Campaign attorneys and legal scholars are divided on whether Michael Cohen's $130,000 payment to an adult film star weeks before the 2016 election is a violation of campaign-finance law.

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Feb 14, 2018

Trump Says He Is 'Totally Opposed to Domestic Violence'
President Donald Trump on Wednesday condemned domestic violence for the first time since his adviser Rob Porter resigned last week amid allegations he abused his ex-wives.

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Feb 14, 2018

Trump Says Senators Should Embrace His Immigration Plan, Reject Others
President Donald Trump on Wednesday urged senators to vote against any immigration plan other than one he laid out in January, applying pressure to a bipartisan group seeking to find a middle ground that breaks an impasse that has bedeviled Congress for years.

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