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WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Women Enjoy Political Gains, but Advocates Want More
The new Congress will have a record number of women and political donations by women have hit new highs. But females still make up less than a quarter of lawmakers.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Trump Unleashes Twitter Tirade Against Macron
President Trump took aim at his French counterpart over military spending and trade on Tuesday, two days after returning from a trip to Paris that exposed the underlying tensions between the leaders.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Trump Weighs Replacing Kelly, Set To Fire DHS Chief
President Trump is considering high-level staff change in his administration—including discussing potential replacements for White House Chief of Staff John Kelly—as the West Wing makes preparations for the start of the final two years of the president's first term in office, White House officials said.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Amazon Picks NYC, Northern Virginia for Its HQ2 Locations
Amazon announced New York City and Northern Virginia would be the homes for the company's second and third headquarters, ending a more than yearlong public contest that started with 238 candidates and ended with a split of its so-called HQ2.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Fewer International Students Head to the U.S.
U.S. enrollment of international students declined for the second year in a row, sending waves of unease across American colleges and universities, which see students from abroad as a buffer against the falling number of U.S. high-school students graduating each year.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

After NRA Rebuke, Many Doctors Speak Louder on Gun Violence
U.S. doctors and medical societies are increasingly speaking out against firearm violence, calling for gun-control measures and other solutions to what they see as a public-health crisis that shows no signs of ebbing.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Florida Recount Renews Scrutiny of Election Overseer in Broward County
Brenda Snipes, who is supervising the recount in the Democratic stronghold of Broward County, is facing criticism from political opponents of both parties for delays in reporting results, alleged mishandling of ballots and potential legal violations.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Anti-Semitic Incidents Fuel 17% Rise in Hate Crimes, FBI Says
Hate crimes rose 17% in 2017, the FBI said Tuesday, a jump that was partly driven by a spike in anti-Semitic incidents.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

U.S. Embarks on Tortoise vs. Hare Investment Race With China
The U.S. has a new strategy aimed at ramping up investment in Asia to vie with Chinese President Xi Jinping's overseas infrastructure-building spree, as Beijing grapples with setbacks to its sprawling program.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Maryland Challenges Acting Attorney General
Maryland asked a federal judge to declare that Matthew Whitaker cannot legally serve as acting attorney general, the first court challenge to President Trump's installation of Mr. Whitaker as the country's top law-enforcement official.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Khashoggi Tape Doesn't Implicate Saudi Prince, Bolton Says
White House national security adviser John Bolton said an audio recording that Turkish officials say links Saudi operatives to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi didn't appear to implicate the crown prince.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

'Complete Devastation' as California Fire Death Toll at 44
As firefighters gain better control of two wildfires, stricken communities were adding up the tragic toll: at least 44 dead, 42 of them in the Camp Fire that largely obliterated the town of Paradise.

WSJ US News
Nov 13, 2018

Amazon Picks New York City, Northern Virginia for Its HQ2 Locations
An announcement is expected as soon as Tuesday, capping public contest that started with 238 candidates and ended with a surprise split of its so-called HQ2.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

'Complete Devastation' in California Towns After Fires
As firefighters gain better control of two wildfires, stricken communities were adding up the tragic toll: at least 31 dead, 29 of them in the largely obliterated town of Paradise.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Democrat Sinema Wins Arizona Senate Race
Rep. Kyrsten Sinema won Arizona's Senate contest, becoming the state's first Democrat in 30 years to win Senate election.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Vatican Bars U.S. Bishops' Action on Sex Abuse
The Vatican barred Roman Catholic bishops in the U.S. from taking action to confront sex abuse, frustrating church leaders from across the country gathered in Baltimore for their annual meeting aimed at addressing the crisis.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Justice Department Poised to Issue Legal Opinion Supporting Whitaker Appointment
The Justice Department is expected to publish a legal opinion backing Matthew Whitaker's installation as acting attorney general following questions about whether he can legally serve in the role.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Democrats Could Gain 38 House Seats
As the final ballots are tallied in the still-uncalled races across the nation, Democrats have a net gain of 32 House seats and have a chance at picking up as many as 38, according to unofficial counts.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

'El Chapo' Trial Poses Major Challenges for New York City
From closing down the Brooklyn Bridge to protecting jurors, New York City braces for its most high-risk trial in years, and few defendants have presented the challenges posed by Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Comics Legend Stan Lee Dies
Stan Lee, the comic book writer and editor who cocreated Spider-Man, the Avengers and the X-Men, has died at the age of 95.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Conservative Activist Says He Expects to Be Indicted in Mueller Probe
Jerome Corsi—a conservative author and activist best known for advancing conspiracy theories about Barack Obama's birth—said he expected to be indicted in the Russia probe.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

U.S. Adopts New Battle Plan for China's Theft of Trade Secrets
The Trump administration is broadening its China trade battle beyond tariffs with a plan to use export controls, indictments and other tools to counter the theft of intellectual property.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Two Senators Urge Trump to Stop Criticizing Fed
Two U.S. senators called on President Trump Monday to stop publicly criticizing the Federal Reserve and warned his comments could jeopardize the central bank's credibility and hurt the economy.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

U.S. Considers Asking Afghanistan to Suspend Presidential Election
The Trump administration is discussing whether to press Afghanistan to suspend coming presidential elections, as the U.S. seeks to engage the Taliban in talks to end the 17-year war.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Russian Hackers Largely Skipped the Midterms, and No One Knows Why
After unleashing widespread cyberattacks and disinformation warfare on the U.S. in 2016, Russia's trolls and hackers mostly appeared to have sat on the sidelines ahead of last week's midterm elections.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Democrats Built a Big Tent; Can They Keep It?
The Democratic Party managed to win broad appeal across the electorate during the midterms, which could have huge implications for the 2020 presidential race, Gerald F. Seib writes.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Democrat Takes Legal Steps in Georgia Governor's Race
Georgia's race for governor remains unresolved, with Democrat Stacey Abrams, trailing Republican Brian Kemp, not conceding and her campaign taking legal steps in hopes of a runoff.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Midterm Results Point to a New Divide in Politics: Education
Democratic wins in House races provide more evidence of a powerful new factor in politics: the nation's growing educational divide.

WSJ US News
Nov 12, 2018

Firefighters Battle Deadly California Wildfires
Firefighters are battling two deadly California wildfires that have claimed at least 29 lives, left more than 200 people missing and a quarter million under evacuation, while unhealthy smoke levels have prompted warnings to stay indoors.

WSJ US News
Nov 11, 2018

New Guidelines for Treating High Cholesterol Take a Personal Approach
A patient's family history of cardiovascular disease and in some cases a heart scan are among the factors that physicians should consider before prescribing drugs to lower cholesterol, according to new clinical guidelines.

WSJ US News
Nov 11, 2018

Congress Gears for Final-Stretch Fight Over Border Wall, Mueller Probe
Lawmakers return to Washington after Tuesday's election handing House Democrats a majority next year, to take up the debate over border security and spending on President Trump's wall.

WSJ US News
Nov 11, 2018

Florida Recounts Begin as Both Sides Dig In
An arduous recount process began Sunday in Florida as both sides of a close U.S. Senate race launched legal actions and the state again commanded national attention over an election controversy.

WSJ US News
Nov 11, 2018

New York City Raids Condo Building in Crackdown on Airbnb Rentals
New York City law-enforcement officers swarmed a Manhattan condominium last month, issuing 27 notices of violations in one of the largest crackdowns on short-term rentals such as those listed on Airbnb.

WSJ US News
Nov 10, 2018

At Least 25 Dead as Wildfires Hit California in North and South
The death toll from wildfires raging at both ends of California rose to at least 25 Saturday, as property damage from the fires continued to mount including the destruction of a famed Hollywood Western set.

WSJ US News
Nov 10, 2018

Legal Spat Swells Over Naming Matthew Whitaker Acting Attorney General
As Matthew Whitaker took charge of the Justice Department this week, Democrats and some Republicans questioned whether he was legally eligible to serve as acting attorney general. The answer isn't clear.

WSJ US News
Nov 10, 2018

Trump, Macron Seek to Ease Tensions Over Security
President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron sought to thaw recent tensions over the future of transatlantic security ties, agreeing that Europe needs to share more of the burden for defending the continent.

WSJ US News
Nov 10, 2018

Florida Senate, Governor Races Set for Recounts
The Florida Senate race between Gov. Rick Scott and Sen. Bill Nelson is headed to a recount as unofficial results showed Mr. Scott slightly leading Mr. Nelson. The gubernatorial race between Ron DeSantis and Andrew Gillum, will also proceed to a recount.

WSJ US News
Nov 10, 2018

At Least Five Dead as Wildfires Hit California in North and South
One of the blazes, in Southern California, is near the area still reeling from a mass shooting earlier in the week.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Donald Trump Played Central Role in Hush Payoffs to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal
Federal prosecutors have gathered evidence of the president's participation in deals to buy the silence of a former adult-film actress and an ex-Playboy model. The deals have led Trump's former lawyer to plead guilty to violating campaign-finance laws.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

California Bar Shooter Posted on Social Media Before and During Massacre
The gunman who killed 12 people at a Southern California bar was posting on social media immediately before and during the massacre.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Tensions Rise and Accusations Fly as Florida Barrels Toward a Recount
A legal fight deepened over the outcome of Florida's U.S. Senate race as local election officials raced to meet a Saturday deadline to report voting tallies that are expected to trigger a recount.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

FBI Is Investigating Florida Company Linked to Whitaker
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is conducting a criminal investigation of a Florida company accused of scamming millions from customers during the period that Matthew Whitaker, the acting U.S. attorney general, served as a paid advisory-board member.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Immigrants Traveling as Families Arrested on Mexican Border Increase 38% in October
Among 50,975 undocumented immigrants caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in October, roughly 23,100 were traveling as families—a 38% increase over the previous month, U.S. officials say.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

FDA to Propose Ban of Menthol Cigarettes
The Food and Drug Administration isn't just cracking down on e-cigarettes—Commissioner Scott Gottlieb also plans to pursue a ban on menthol cigarettes, according to senior agency officials.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Trump Visits Paris After Turbulent Week
President Trump called comments by Emmanuel Macron "very insulting" as he landed in Paris for a meeting with the French president.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Trump Brushes Aside Questions About Mueller Probe
President Trump appeared to distance himself from Matthew Whitaker as controversy continued over his appointment as acting attorney general, with some conservative legal scholars questioning whether it was constitutional.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Top U.S., China Officials Discuss Trade, North Korea, South China Sea
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis met Friday with their Chinese counterparts to discuss North Korea, Iran, the South China Sea and trade, reaching consensus on some issues and facing differences on others.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Michelle Obama's Book Tour Has Oprah and Is Coming to an Arena Near You
Mrs. Obama embarks on a 10-city arena tour later this month to promote her new memoir, "Becoming," out Nov. 13. The stakes—and expectations—are high.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Democrats Plan to Pursue Most Aggressive Gun-Control Legislation in Decades
Democrats say they will pass the most aggressive gun-control legislation in decades when they become the House majority in January, plans they renewed this week in the aftermath of a mass killing in a California bar.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Whitaker, a Critic of the Mueller Probe, Now Oversees It
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker is unlikely to recuse himself from overseeing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, associates said, though it remains unclear how much of an impact he may have on that probe and other ones stemming from it.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

When Scandals Hit Campus, College Boards Rarely Get Hurt
Lawmakers, faculty and students are demanding more accountability from university boards as sexual abuse and other scandals continue to shake U.S. campuses.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Tensions Rise and Accusations Fly as Florida Races Hang in the Balance
Florida is again the source of a political cliffhanger as both the U.S. Senate contest and the governor's race appear headed for recounts.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Democratic Win Sets Up Clash Over Trump Tax Cuts
Democrats will aim to reverse tax cuts for high-income households when they take the House majority, setting up a clash with Republicans that will color fiscal debates over the next two years, including prospects for a bipartisan deal to improve the nation's infrastructure.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Trump Heads to Paris After Turbulent Week
President Trump departs for Paris to meet his French counterpart and commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

Judge Blocks Trump Administration's Keystone XL Permit
A federal judge in Montana blocked the Trump administration's permit allowing the Keystone XL pipeline and barred any construction of the long-delayed project until completion of a supplemental environmental review.

WSJ US News
Nov 09, 2018

FDA Plans to Sharply Restrict Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes
The Food and Drug Administration plans to pull flavored e-cigarettes from most convenience stores and gas stations and requiring strict age verification controls for online sales, according to senior FDA officials.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Police Probe Motive in Southern California Bar Shooting
A five-year Marine Corps veteran opened fire at a crowded country-music bar in Thousand Oaks., Calif., killing 12 people and injuring others before shooting himself, authorities said.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Appeals Court Says Trump Can't Cancel DACA
An appeals court rejected the Trump administration's bid to move ahead with its cancellation of a program that protects undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Democrats' House Victory Complicates Passage of Trade Deals
The White House is facing a heated trade battle with Congress after Democrats retook the House, posing a significant challenge to Trump's deal with Mexico and Canada.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Washington Gets Ready for Matthew Whitaker at Justice Department
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker is unlikely to recuse himself from overseeing Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, associates said, though it remains unclear how much of an impact he may have on that probe and other ones stemming from it.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Trump to Issue New Rules for Asylum Seekers
The Trump administration is moving ahead with a plan to limit when and where foreign nationals can apply for asylum at the U.S. border with Mexico.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

White House Posted Video That Exaggerated Incident With CNN Reporter, Social-Media Firm Says
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted a video of a press-briefing altercation involving a CNN reporter that appears to have been edited in a way that makes the reporter's actions look more aggressive, according to a social-media intelligence firm.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Senate, House Seats Remain Unclaimed as Vote Counting Continues
Democrat Lucy McBath unseated Republican incumbent Karen Handel in Georgia's sixth congressional district, adding to the Democrats' new majority in the House with more than a dozen contests still undecided.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Wildfires Prompt Evacuation Orders in California
Fast-moving wildfires erupted at both ends of California on Thursday, quickly engulfing tens of thousands of acres and prompting thousands of evacuations.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Philadelphia Fights Gridlock With Ticket Blitz
Average vehicle speeds in the largest U.S. cities are slow, and getting slower, and Philadelphia is fighting back.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Election Shifts Health-Care Landscape Across U.S.
The midterms abruptly shifted the health-care landscape across the country, strengthening the position of the Affordable Care Act and resulting in a divided Congress that could mean most changes unfold on the state level.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

California Shooter Had Domestic-Disturbance History
Ian David Long, identified as the gunman in a mass shooting at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California, rose to the rank of corporal during his time in the Marines and specialized as a machine-gunner, according to military records..

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

U.S. Weapons Transfers, Pushed by Trump, Rise by 13%
Exports of U.S.-made weapon systems increased 13% over the last year following a concerted effort by the Trump administration to boost the transfers in support of the defense industrial base, the State Department said.

WSJ US News
Nov 08, 2018

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is Hospitalized After Fall
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fell in her office and fractured three ribs, causing the 85-year-old justice to miss the formal investiture of Brett Kavanaugh.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

Split Congress Poses New Obstacles for Trump
President Trump vowed a "warlike posture" should newly empowered House Democrats exercise oversight, while simultaneously calling for bipartisan cooperation, after midterm elections that divided Congress after two years of full Republican control.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

Sessions Pushed Out as Attorney General
Attorney General Jeff Sessions was pushed out of his post by President Trump on Wednesday, immediately placing oversight of the special counsel's Russia probe in the hands of an official who has been critical of it.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

Trump to Sign Immigration Directive Revamping Asylum System
President Trump is expected to sign a directive that will make official his plans to revamp the U.S. asylum system, part of his broader push to crack down on undocumented migrants entering the U.S. illegally.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

White House Suspends Press Pass of CNN's Acosta
The White House has suspended CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's press credential after he and President Trump clashed again during a postelection news conference.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

What the Midterm Election Shows: America's Two Parties Live In Divergent Worlds
Extending a yearslong phenomenon, Republicans are becoming the party of rural, white America, while Democrats find support from cities and suburbs. The realignment presents problems for both in figuring out a long-term strategy for national success, with 2020 looming.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

HHS to Let Some Employers Opt Out of Birth-Control Mandate
Exemptions from the requirement under the Affordable Care Act, while less sweeping than the original rules, mark a victory for religious conservatives.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

Kemp Says He Won Georgia Governor's Race, but Abrams Isn't Conceding
Republican Brian Kemp declared himself the winner in the race for Georgia's governor, saying he led Democrat Stacey Abrams by 1.6% of votes after all absentee ballots were counted.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

Meet the Christmas Tree Scout Who Spruces Up Rock Center
For Erik Pauze, falling in love is a yearly ritual—with the most famous Christmas tree in the world.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

U.S. Surprised as Pyongyang Scraps Talks
North Korea's decision to call off high-stakes talks with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo scheduled for Thursday exposes divisions between the two countries over denuclearization and the diplomatic process to try to achieve it.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

Ten Takeaways From the 2018 Midterm Elections
The Democrats have taken control of the House by winning in suburban districts, and the Republicans appeared to have expanded their majority in the Senate by defeating Democrats in rural states President Trump won. Here are 10 takeaways.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

Federal Court Strikes Down Maryland Gerrymander
A federal court struck down a Maryland congressional district drawn by Democrats to eliminate a Republican House seat, setting the stage for another Supreme Court battle over gerrymandering.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

President Gains Robust Support in Realigned Senate
The outcome sends a message to Republican senators up for re-election in 2020 that it's better to be with Trump than against him.

WSJ US News
Nov 07, 2018

Mississippi Senate Race Heads to a Runoff
Mississippi Republicans and Democrats woke up with another three weeks of political combat to come, after Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and Democrat Mike Espy advanced to a runoff for a Senate seat.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Republicans Poised to Hold Senate Majority
Republicans notched three victories in Senate races on Tuesday night that signaled they were on track to retain their majority, defeating one of the most vulnerable Democratic senators in Indiana, holding a seat in Tennessee and fending off a challenge in Texas.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Trump, White House Prepare for Election Results
White House aides nervously awaited the election results Tuesday as President Trump kept out of public view, spending the day making phone calls and monitoring races across the country.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Democrats Pick Up GOP-Held House Seats in Suburbs
Democrats were flipping Republican-held House seats at the pace they would need to win control of the chamber late Tuesday evening, zeroing in on GOP-held seats in suburban districts in the early going.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Hard-Fought Governors' Races Go Down to the Wire
Democrats were projected to take back two governor seats from the Republicans in early results in Illinois and Michigan, while counting in high-profile races went down to the wire.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Midterm Results Point to a Split Congress
Millions of Americans flocked to the polls to render their first national verdict on the Donald Trump presidency, and early results pointed to a split Congress, with Democrats moving toward a House majority.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Floridians Grant People With Felony Records the Right to Vote
Florida voters decided Tuesday to restore voting rights to an estimated 1.4 million people with felony records in what is called the largest expansion of voting rights since the 26th Amendment lowered the voting age to 18 in 1971.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Gov. Cuomo Easily Wins Re-Election
Democrats led by Gov. Andrew Cuomo swept elections for statewide offices in New York as their party pushed to wrest control of the state Senate from Republicans and unseated GOP Rep. Dan Donovan.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Poll Uses Novel Method to Learn Who Voted and Why
For the 2018 midterm elections, The Wall Street Journal will draw on results from a poll that uses a novel methodology to determine who voted and how they settled on their choice of candidates.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Voters Are Enthusiastic, Polarized, Engaged on the Issues
Reporters with the The Wall Street Journal spoke with voters across the U.S., capturing a range of views that illustrated the nation's polarized political climate.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Henry Paulson Delivers a Sobering Message on U.S.-China Relations
Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson concludes that U.S. engagement with China is failing and an "economic Iron Curtain" may soon descend between the two economic superpowers.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Death-Row Inmates Demand Execution by Firing Squad
The four men in Tennessee say they'd rather be shot than be executed by lethal injection or the electric chair, two methods with a "substantial risk of unnecessary pain and suffering," according to their suit.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Rising Costs Could Threaten Puerto Rico's Building Boom
Puerto Rico's construction industry is booming despite reckoning with rising costs of labor and materials, which some contractors worry could slow the island's recovery efforts.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Port Authority Bomber Convicted of All Counts
A Manhattan federal jury convicted the man who said he was inspired by Islamic State to set off a pipe bomb last year in one of New York City's busiest transit hubs.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

Trump Agenda on the Line as Voters Head to the Polls
Voters are casting ballots to determine the balance of power in Washington and across the country in a midterm election that has been set up by both parties as a referendum on President Trump's first two years in office.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

U.S. Troops' First Order at the Border: Laying Razor Wire
Around border crossings throughout Texas' Rio Grande Valley, military personnel have filled up hotels and delivered trucks packed with coils of razor wire.

WSJ US News
Nov 06, 2018

U.S. Girds for Possible Russian Meddling on Election Day
This year, voters will be casting ballots in what experts say will be the most secure U.S. election since the birth of the internet. But officials worry that Russia or others could deploy new, unpredictable tactics.

WSJ US News
Nov 05, 2018

Iran Vows to 'Break' Sanctions as U.S. Reimposes Ban on Oil
The Trump administration issued waivers to eight governments, exempting them from sanctions on Iranian oil that took effect at midnight.

WSJ US News
Nov 05, 2018

Trump, Obama Make Final Pitches on Eve of Midterm Elections
On the eve of an election that will determine whether Congress remains under GOP control, both the current and former president spoke to core supporters on Monday.

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