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Dec 13, 2017

Minnesota Governor Appoints Lt. Gov. Smith to Replace Franken in Senate
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton announced he would appoint Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to succeed Democratic Sen. Al Franken, who is resigning over allegations of sexual misconduct.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

Final GOP Deal Sets 21% Corporate Tax, Cuts for Top Earners
House and Senate Republicans on Wednesday reached an agreement on the final version of a tax bill that would lower the top individual rate to 37% and set a corporate rate of 21%, while eliminating the corporate alternative minimum tax.

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Dec 13, 2017

White House Aide Omarosa Manigault Newman to Depart in January
The White House said Omarosa Manigault Newman, one of the president''s most prominent African-American supporters, will leave next month.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

Top Justice Department Official Defends Russia Investigation
Rod Rosenstein defended the integrity of the agency''s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, telling Congress he was working with Robert Mueller to ensure the investigation wouldn''t be affected by the political affiliations of any of its prosecutors.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

Minnesota Governor Appoints Lt. Gov. Smith to Replace Franken
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton announced Wednesday he would appoint Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to succeed Democratic Sen. Al Franken, who is resigning over allegations of sexual misconduct.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

N.J. Man Admits Running Mirai Botnet Responsible for 2016 Web Crash
A New Jersey man admitted to building and running the network used in a massive cyberattack that blocked out swaths of the web last year, according to federal indictments unsealed Tuesday.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

Newtown to Mark Five Years After Sandy Hook Shooting Quietly. No Media, Please.
Five years after the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, how the community marks the grim occasion hasn''t changed: privately, quietly and with a request for the media to stay away.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

With Alabama Loss, Trump, GOP Face Political Reckoning
Tuesday''s Alabama Senate win by Democrat Doug Jones is a huge personal blow to President Trump and could further drive a wedge between the president and Republican leaders, Gerald F. Seib writes.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

N.J. Man Admits Creating Mirai Botnet Responsible for 2016 Web Crash
A New Jersey man admitted to creating a massive cyberattack that blocked out large swaths of the web last year, according to federal indictments unsealed this week.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

In Opioid Fight, Should States Consider Involuntary Rehab?
Massachusetts authorities want to allow hospital staff to send overdose patients to mandatory treatment for up to three days. The goal? Buy more time for addicts to accept longer-term treatment.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

For Pass Throughs, Let the (Tax) Games Begin
The GOP Congress''s looming changes to the tax code for so-called pass-through businesses could lead to a new era of business reorganization and tax-code gamesmanship.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

Illegal Cooking Fire Sparked Bel Air Blaze, Officials Say
The blaze that ripped through sprawling estates in the hillsides of Bel Air was sparked by an illegal cooking fire at a nearby homeless encampment nestled in scrubland, fire officials said, a finding that spotlights LA''s growing—and shifting—homeless population.

WSJ US News
Dec 13, 2017

FBI Agent Removed From Russia Probe Called Trump an 'Idiot' in Text
A top FBI agent and an FBI lawyer exchanged texts disparaging then-candidate Donald Trump, including calling him an 'idiot' and a 'menace,' according to copies of the messages the Justice Department provided Congress.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Democrat Doug Jones Wins Alabama Senate Seat
Democrat Doug Jones scored an upset win in a deeply Republican state, capturing the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama in a special election that drove a wedge within the Republican party and gave Democrats another burst of momentum ahead of the 2018 midterm races.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Tillerson Rules Out a Containment Strategy for North Korea
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ruled out pursuing a traditional Cold War-style containment and deterrence strategy against a nuclear-armed North Korea, citing concerns that Pyongyang will transform its arsenal into a commercial business and sell nuclear weapons to other actors.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Justice Lawyer Transferred for Not Telling Officials of Meeting With Dossier Author
A career Justice Department lawyer who has specialized in organized-crime issues was recently transferred from the deputy attorney general''s office to another division because he failed to inform officials of a September 2016 meeting with the author of a controversial dossier on then-candidate Donald Trump, people familiar with the matter said.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Justice Lawyer Criticized by Trump Allies Was Never Involved in Russia Probe
A career Justice Department lawyer under fire from allies of President Donald Trump for meeting with the author of a controversial dossier was never involved in the investigation into Russia''s meddling in the 2016 election, according to current and former Justice Department officials.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

GOP Bridging Divide in House, Senate Tax Plans
Republicans reconciling House and Senate tax bills say they are narrowing their differences, putting a $1.4 trillion tax cut on track to be unveiled by Friday and passed by both chambers next week.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Port Authority Bombing Shows Challenges in Foiling 'Lone Wolf' Attacks
Recent 'lone wolf' attacks in New York present a challenge for law-enforcement officials and government agencies: how to identify terrorists acting alone before they strike.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

GOP Challenges Family-Based Immigration
Family relationships have long formed the core of the U.S. immigration system. These preferences are now being targeted by Republicans led by President Donald Trump, who wants to reduce legal as well as illegal immigration to the U.S.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

U.S. Officials Probe Awarding of 2016 Olympics to Brazil
U.S. law-enforcement officials are investigating allegations of corruption in the awarding of the 2016 Olympic Games to Brazil.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Republicans Plan Meeting on What to Do If Moore Wins Alabama Seat
If Republican Roy Moore wins Tuesday''s special election, his new colleagues in Washington plan to meet Wednesday morning to discuss a 'menu of options' that they could take to respond to allegations of sexual misconduct lodged against him during the campaign, a Republican Senate aide said.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Republican House Spending Plan Gets Cool Reception in Senate
Senators from both parties poured cold water Tuesday on a House Republican plan that would fund the military through September while keeping the rest of the government running only into January.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

U.S. Officials Probing the Awarding of 2016 Olympics to Brazil
U.S. law-enforcement officials are investigating allegations of corruption in the awarding of the 2016 Olympic Games to Brazil.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Mayor, City Council Reach Deal on NYPD Stops
The New York City Council and Mayor Bill de Blasio have reached an agreement on legislation to tighten restrictions on police stops, ending years of negotiations and angering criminal-justice activists who said the measure doesn''t go far enough.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee Dead at 65
Mayor Edwin Lee, San Francisco''s first Asian-American mayor who helped usher in a tech development boom in the city, died unexpectedly at the age of 65.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Millions of People Post Comments on Federal Regulations. Many Are Fake.
A Wall Street Journal investigation uncovered thousands of fraudulent posts on regulatory agencies'' dockets, in hot-button areas including rules governing net neutrality and payday lending.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Areas Newly Seized From ISIS Seen at Risk of Backsliding
Iraq''s prime minister is celebrating the collapse of the Islamic State''s self-declared caliphate, but American and Iraqi officials are recognizing that much more is needed to stabilize newly reclaimed areas and prevent militants from making a comeback.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

20% vs. 22%: The Tension Over Two Points in the Corporate Tax Rate
As House and Senate lawmakers continue hashing out differences between their tax-overhaul bills, some are pushing a less-drastic cut in the corporate tax rate to find money for a variety of interests.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Trump Rips Senator Over Her Calls for His Resignation
President Trump on Tuesday criticized Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, who has called for his resignation over sexual-misconduct allegations, as a 'total flunky' while dismissing the accusations as 'fabricated.'

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

New York Bombing Suspect Charged With Terror Crimes
The man accused of detonating a homemade pipe bomb strapped to his body in one of New York City''s busiest transit hubs was charged with making a terrorist threat and supporting an act of terrorism.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

How North Korea's Global Financing Web Works Around Sanctions
Researchers have identified a number of business transactions that they say show North Korea''s international financing web is more sophisticated than what was previously known.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

As the Fed Deliberates, Amazon Is Making Its Job More Difficult
Web-driven comparison shoppers are keeping a lid on inflation and weakening retailers'' pricing power, complicating the Federal Reserve''s deliberations on how much and how fast to raise interest rates.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

Four Groups to Watch in Alabama's Senate Election
Both the Republican nominee Roy Moore and his Democratic challenger Doug Jones are depending on high turnouts among their natural supporters to win what appears to be a close race for an Alabama Senate seat.

WSJ US News
Dec 12, 2017

U.S. Tax Plan Draws Ire Abroad, Prompts Calls for Cuts in Response
The Trump administration''s planned overhaul of U.S. corporate tax law came under attack Monday from finance ministers of Europe''s five largest economies, voicing the growing anxiety among foreign executives and officials that the proposals would give American firms unfair tax advantages.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Small Investors Face Steeper Tax Bill Under Senate Proposal
A little-discussed provision in the Senate tax bill could lead to a higher tax bill for millions of individual investors and cause many to unload stocks before year-end to avoid those costs.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Alabama Candidates Launch Last-Minute Blitz to Turn Out Voters
Alabama''s Senate special election comes to a high-stakes conclusion on Tuesday, after dueling endorsements from the president and his predecessor and $40 million in campaign spending.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Congress Looks to Overhaul Sexual-Harassment Rules
Lawmakers are moving to change procedures for reporting sexual harassment on Capitol Hill and how settlements are funded, after Congress was shaken last week by more allegations of improper behavior and three resignations.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Suspect in New York Terror Attack: An Early Profile
The Bangladeshi man accused of detonating an explosive device in an underground passageway near Port Authority Bus Terminal is a legal U.S. resident who was angry about 'the plight of Muslims' in the Middle East, according to a senior law-enforcement official.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Investigators Interview Yates About White House Meetings
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates has been interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller''s investigators about her meetings with White House officials, and she recounted concerns she had shared with the Trump administration about ex-national security adviser Mike Flynn.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

A Late 2017 Tax Plan Could Spell Trouble for Your 2018 Paycheck
The largest payroll group in America is raising a big concern about the new tax plan: There simply isn''t enough time to figure out withholding for 2018.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Trump Calls for Overhaul of Immigration System After NYC Attack
President Donald Trump said Monday''s attempted terrorist attack is more evidence that the country''s immigration system needs a total overhaul to end immigration based on family relationships.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

White House Opposes Push by Trump Accusers for Sexual-Misconduct Probe
The White House opposes a push for a congressional probe of President Donald Trump by three women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, a call that comes as Washington has been shaken by claims of mistreatment of women by politicians.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Judge Rules Transgender People Can Enlist in Military
A federal judge denied the Trump administration''s bid to prevent transgender people from joining the U.S. military, ordering that such recruits be allowed to join beginning Jan. 1.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

California Wildfires Roll Toward Seaside Towns
Southern California''s largest wildfire exploded to 230,000 acres over the weekend, threatening new areas Monday as it pushed west into Santa Barbara County.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Trump's Accusers Ask Congress to Probe Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Three women who have accused President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct pressed Congress to investigate the allegations against the president, a call that comes as Washington has been shaken by claims of mistreatment of women by politicians.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

U.S. Judge Chides Manafort for Helping to Write an Editorial Ahead of Trial
A federal judge on Monday lightly chastised Paul Manafort, the former chairman of the Trump campaign facing money-laundering charges, for editing an editorial that appeared to violate a gag order prohibiting public statements by prosecutors and the defense before trial.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Botched Suicide Bombing Jolts New York, Injures 4
A Bangladeshi man set off an explosive device he had strapped to his body near one of New York City''s busiest transit hubs, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, in an attempted terrorist attack that injured three bystanders.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Amid North Korea Tensions, a Narrow Diplomatic Window Opens
The pace of North Korea''s nuclear and missile tests has slowed considerably in recent weeks and history suggests it will remain low in the coming weeks, providing a narrow diplomatic opportunity for a negotiated resolution to the crisis, writes Gerald F. Seib.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Software Firm Settles U.S. Security Probe
A telecom software company will resolve a criminal investigation of its use of uncleared Russian nationals working on a U.S. defense project by implementing a security plan that U.S. officials hope will be an industry model.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Treasury Says GOP Economic Agenda Would Pay for Tax Cuts
Treasury Department said the Republican economic agenda would generate enough economic growth to pay for the tax cuts being considered by Congress, using growth assumptions exceeding the official congressional estimates.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Suspect Is in Custody in New York City Explosion
A Bangladeshi man tried to set off an explosive device he was wearing near one of New York City''s busiest transit hubs, the Port Authority Bus Terminal near Times Square.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Universities, Companies Fight to Keep Tax-Free Tuition Assistance
A provision that allows companies to provide workers with as much as $5,250 in yearly tax-free tuition help is under threat as Congress overhauls the tax code.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

FDA Plans New Medical-Device Approval Processes
The Food and Drug Administration plans new medical-device approval processes to speed products'' entry to the U.S. market, mirroring the desires of industry and President Donald Trump to clear barriers to new business.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

In One Corner of Afghanistan, America Is Beating Islamic State
The war in Afghanistan may be at a stalemate, but in Achin, along the border with Pakistan, the U.S. and its Afghan allies this year have liberated local farms and villages.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

Tax Change Could Let Nonprofits Take Political Positions
A provision in the tax code overhaul before Congress could lead to an infusion of new players in elections, including churches and charities, and prompt a significant shift in the way political campaigns are financed.

WSJ US News
Dec 11, 2017

New York Power Authority Powers Up Tool to Keep Tabs on Network
The New York Power Authority, the largest state public utility in the U.S., has flipped the switch on a digital system to monitor its 16 power plants and 1,400 miles of transmission lines.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

Advocates Push to Get Florida Ex-Felons the Right to Vote
Civil-rights advocates in Florida are pushing to put a fundamental democratic question on the ballot: Should people convicted of felonies be able to vote?

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

Alabama Hears Final Pitch Ahead of Tuesday Vote for Senate Seat
A heated race for an Alabama U.S. Senate seat entered its final days with Democrat Doug Jones trying to mobilize voters and front-runner Republican Roy Moore facing a fresh call from the state''s senior senator for GOP voters to avoid him on Tuesday.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

Obamacare's Individual Mandate: On Its Way Out, or Already Gone?
With Congress close to repealing a central piece of the Affordable Care Act—that most people get insurance or pay a penalty—Democrats warn of disaster while Republicans anticipate a symbolic victory.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

Senate Bill's Marginal Tax Rates Could Top 100% for Some
Some high-income business owners could face marginal tax rates exceeding 100% under the Senate''s tax bill, which lawmakers rushing to write the final measure are working to prevent.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

Why the Alabama Senate Race is Still Roy Moore's to Lose
As the race for one of Alabama''s U.S. Senate seats entered its final stretch, Democrat Doug Jones has faced the challenge of building the electoral infrastructure needed to score an upset victory over Republican rival Roy Moore.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

Hunting the Ventura County Wildfire, Trying to Predict its Next Attack
A fire behavior analyst and his team are tracking a monster wildfire with the power to level neighborhoods, and trying to predict where it might strike next.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

The Real SVU Is Changing Its Approach to Sex Crimes
New York City Detective Eusebio Santos hit a wall when he initially questioned a woman who said she had been sexually assaulted. During a second session, he elicited more details after he underwent training that taught him to pose questions in a different way.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

Americans Give Trump Higher Grades on Economy Than Overall
President Donald Trump''s overall approval ratings have hit record lows, but he is getting higher marks in an important area—his handling of the economy

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

The Real SVU Division Is Changing Its Approach to Sex Crimes
New York City Detective Eusebio Santos hit a wall when he initially questioned a woman who said she had been sexually assaulted. During a second session, he elicited more details after he underwent training that taught him to pose questions in a different way.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

Questioning Sex-Assault Victims Using a New Approach Gets Results
New York City Detective Eusebio Santos hit a wall when he initially questioned a woman who said she had been sexually assaulted. During a second session, he elicited more details after he underwent training that taught him to pose questions in a different way.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley Defends Trump's Jerusalem Decision
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley defended President Trump''s decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel and begin to move the U.S. embassy, calling it a courageous move that would further the Mideast peace process despite scattered protests world-wide and widespread condemnation.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

U.S. Sets January Push for $1 Trillion Infrastructure Revamp
The White House is preparing to roll out a long-delayed infrastructure rebuilding plan in January, as?President Donald Trump''s advisers?bet that voters?want a $1 trillion road-and-bridge-building plan—even though it is opposed by some lawmakers.

WSJ US News
Dec 10, 2017

Obamacare's Individual Mandate: On Its Way Out, or Already Gone?
With Congress close to repealing a central piece of the Affordable Care Act—that most people get insurance or pay a penalty—Democrats warn of disaster while Republicans anticipate a symbolic victory.

WSJ US News
Dec 09, 2017

Trump Hails Civil Rights 'Heroes' in Speech Some Black Leaders Boycotted
President Donald Trump commemorated the 20th-century black civil-rights movement and called slain leaders 'American heroes,' in a speech before an official museum opening in Mississippi.

WSJ US News
Dec 09, 2017

California Governor Says Intense Wildfires Are 'New Normal'
On the sixth day of the fires, with a half-dozen separate blazes enveloping Southern California, Gov. Jerry Brown said the state would have to adjust to cope with longer and more intense fire seasons.

WSJ US News
Dec 09, 2017

New York Yankees Get Home-Run King Giancarlo Stanton
The New York Yankees and Miami Marlins have agreed to the framework of a trade that would send Giancarlo Stanton, the 28-year-old slugging outfielder who bashed 59 homers in 2017, to the Bronx.

WSJ US News
Dec 09, 2017

Upper East Side Townhouse In Contract for a Record $80 Million
Owned by Vincent Viola, the billionaire who was briefly President Donald Trump''s nominee for secretary of the army, the mansion may become the most expensive townhouse ever sold in New York City.

WSJ US News
Dec 09, 2017

Demand for New Jersey Warehouse Space Skyrockets
Online shopping is growing, and despite the feverish pace of construction, tight inventories and surging demand are driving rents for New Jersey warehouse space to record highs, a report shows.

WSJ US News
Dec 09, 2017

California House Republican Hears It at Home Over Tax Bill
California Republican Rep. Mimi Walters is facing criticism in her Orange County district over the tax overhaul bill that she voted for but that might increase taxes for many of her constituents.

WSJ US News
Dec 09, 2017

Trump Stumps for Roy Moore at Florida Rally
President Donald Trump repeated his support for Roy Moore as a Senate candidate in neighboring Alabama during a rally in Pensacola, Fla., while also touting U.S. economic gains and taking on familiar foes.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Supreme Court Says White House Can Withhold DACA Documents for Now
A divided Supreme Court temporarily blocked a lower court from requiring the Trump administration to release internal documents related to its September decision to end the DACA program.?

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Supreme Court Widens Review of Gerrymandering
The Supreme Court expanded its review of partisan redistricting, adding to its calendar a second case asserting a constitutional basis to curb the drawing of political maps to favor the party in power.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Fourteen Security Council Members Denounce U.S. Stance on Jerusalem
Fourteen of the 15 members of United Nations Security Council condemned President Donald Trump''s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, saying it was in violation of U.N. resolutions and international law.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Record Wildfires Ravage California
Firefighters gained some control of blazes near Los Angeles, but new fires sparked overnight in Southern California and the main fire in Ventura County continued to grow.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Rep. Trent Franks to Exit Congress Immediately
Rep. Trent Franks said Friday he would resign from Congress immediately rather than in the new year, just ahead of news reports about his alleged conversations with aides asking them to bear a child as a surrogate.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Opioids: The Mother Who Knew Everything and Saw Nothing
Newspaper columnist Joline Gutierrez Krueger spent years covering the heroin epidemic in New Mexico. She understood the signs of addiction. She just couldn''t spot them in her own home.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Trump Supporter Emailed Campaign About Public WikiLeaks Trove
A Donald Trump supporter in September 2016 emailed top campaign officials to flag a recent release of emails stolen by Russian hackers and published by the website WikiLeaks, according to an email.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Trump Supporter Told Campaign About Public WikiLeaks Email Trove
A Donald Trump supporter in September 2016 emailed top campaign officials to flag a recent release of emails stolen by Russian hackers and published by the website WikiLeaks, according to an email.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

National Security Aide Dina Powell to Depart White House
Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell will leave the Trump administration early next year, the White House said, the first in a series of departures of senior officials that administration officials expect in the coming weeks.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Jobs Strong But Weak Wage Growth Could Fluster Fed
The Labor Department''s robust November employment report leaves Federal Reserve officials on track to raise short-term interest rates next week but complicates their decisions on the pace of increases next year and beyond.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Pentagon Makes New Push to Put a Laser Weapon on a Fighter Jet
Lockheed in November secured a deal to develop a laser for a supersonic F-15 jet capable of disabling a missile or drone from a mile away, the latest push in an $8 billion, decadesold effort that so far has come up empty.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Effectiveness of Flu Shot Is 60%---in a Good Year
How many people get the flu depends in part on the effectiveness of that year''s vaccine. In a good year, people who get the shot are 60% less likely to get sick, but in most recent years, the protection has been worse.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

U.S. to Remain in Syria Indefinitely, Pentagon Officials Say
The Pentagon plans to keep some U.S. forces in Syria indefinitely, even after a war against the Islamic State extremist group formally ends, to take part in what it describes as ongoing counterterrorism operations, officials said.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Trump Allies Urge Harder Line as Mueller Probe Heats Up
A Russia investigation that Donald Trump''s legal team predicted would clear the president by year''s end looks to stretch into 2018, prompting his supporters to press for more hard-edge tactics that portray Special Counsel Robert Mueller''s operation as politically motivated.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury, Please Wake Up!
Lawyers and judges in complex trials struggle with a rash of sleepy jurors, blaming short attention spans and unrealistic courtroom scenes from Law & Order. ‘A total blow to the ego.'

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Trump Allies Urge Harder Line as Mueller Probe Drags On
A Russia investigation that Donald Trump''s legal team predicted would clear the president by year''s end looks to stretch into 2018, prompting his supporters to press for more hard-edge tactics that portray Special Counsel Robert Mueller''s operation as politically motivated.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Fires Continue to Spread in Southern California
Firefighters gained some control of blazes near Los Angeles, but new fires sparked overnight in Southern California and the main fire in Ventura County continued to grow.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Robust Job Growth Puts U.S. on Firmest Footing in a Decade
The economy appears to be on its firmest footing in at least a decade, with hiring picking up from earlier this year and the unemployment rate holding at a 17-year low in November.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Tax Overhaul Looks Set to Cut Credits for Drugs Targeting Rare Diseases
A tax overhaul bill being hammered into its final form by Senate and House Republicans is all but certain to cut tax credits designed to encourage development of 'orphan drugs' meant to treat rare diseases afflicting limited numbers of patients.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

Tillerson Urges 'More Measured' Saudi Arabia in Middle East
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urged Saudi Arabia to temper its military and diplomatic moves in the Middle East, offering rare criticism from the Trump administration of the kingdom''s policies across the region.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

U.S. Added 228,000 Jobs in November; Rate Steady at 4.1%
U.S. employers hired workers at a strong rate in November and the unemployment rate held at a 17-year low, signs the economy is on its firmest footing in at least a decade.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

In Bel Air, Wildfires Destroy Multimillion-Dollar Homes
Four fires in Southern California have scorched more than 116,000 acres, and despite the round-the-clock work of thousands of firefighters since Tuesday, they are still burning ferociously.

WSJ US News
Dec 08, 2017

With Tax Overhaul, Maine Sen. Collins Stretches Her Political Powers
Maine Sen. Susan Collins brokered some of the most significant last-minute changes to the Senate tax bill, becoming a most high-profile example of a growing group of female lawmakers making their mark on legislation.

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