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Aug 14, 2018

Rising Interest Rates Are Another Blow to Affordable Housing Market
Rising interest rates are undermining efforts to build more affordable housing, creating larger funding gaps for an industry already grappling with cuts in government subsidies and rising construction costs.

WSJ US News
Aug 14, 2018

Wisconsin Democrats Crowd Race to Challenge GOP Gov. Scott Walker
Voters in Connecticut, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Vermont will choose nominees for governor Tuesday, a day that will also see Senate primaries in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

WSJ US News
Aug 14, 2018

Prosecution Rests in Manafort Trial
Prosecutors rested their case against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, after testimony from a bank official who said he didn't feel comfortable with a loan his bank provided to Mr. Manafort in 2017.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Brooklyn Shark Scientist Goes to Bat for Sharks
Veterinarian Alisa Newton, of the New York Aquarium, says sharks aren't ‘the mindless eating machines they are made out to be.'

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

FBI Fires Peter Strzok Over Anti-Trump Text Messages
The FBI fired agent Peter Strzok, whose anti-Trump text messages landed him in the middle of a Washington battle over two politically charged investigations.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Prosecution Rests Case in Manafort Trial
Prosecutors rested their case against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, after testimony from a bank official who said he didn't feel comfortable with a loan his bank provided to Mr. Manafort in 2017.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Florida Prosecutors Charge Man in Test of Stand Your Ground Law
Prosecutors charged a white man with manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man whose videotaped shooting in a store parking lot has revived debate over Florida's "stand your ground" law.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Trump Hits Back at 'Vicious' Omarosa
President Trump sought to discredit a former White House official and longtime presence on his reality television show who released a recording of her conversation with him, depicting Omarosa Manigault Newman as lazy, despised by colleagues, and "vicious, but not smart."

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

New Group Supports Candidates Who Back Economic Interests of Black Americans
African-American business executives and civic leaders have created a new political group with plans to spend millions of dollars in the midterm election to support candidates committed to passing policies that will help create wealth for black Americans.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Trump Signs Defense Bill to Boost Military, Target China
President Trump signed into law Monday a defense-spending bill that received widespread bipartisan backing for its efforts to counter Chinese aggression and support U.S. military servicemen and women.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Man Charged in Florida Convenience Store Shooting
Prosecutors charged a white man with manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man whose videotaped shooting in a store parking lot has revived debate over Florida's "stand your ground" law.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Ellison Denies Abuse Allegations Ahead of Minnesota Primary
Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison denied allegations that he abused a former girlfriend, claims that emerged just ahead of his Democratic primary race for state attorney general.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Trump-Appointed Judge Upholds Mueller Role
A federal judge named to the bench by President Trump upheld the constitutionality of Robert Mueller's appointment as special counsel, the latest setback to legal challenges of his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

FBI Fires Peter Strzok, Who Sent Anti-Trump Text Messages
The FBI has fired agent Peter Strzok whose anti-Donald Trump text messages landed him in the middle of a Washington firestorm over two politically charged investigations.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Trump Hits Back at 'Lowlife' Omarosa
President Trump sought to discredit a former White House official and longtime presence on his reality TV show who released a recording of her conversation with him, calling her "vicious" and a "lowlife."

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Aug 13, 2018

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Aug 13, 2018

A Clampdown Slowing Legal, Not Just Illegal, Immigration
The Trump administration is taking myriad steps to reduce legal immigration, in addition to its very public campaign to stop illegal immigration. Some of these quieter steps are being made through new policies or a stricter interpretation of existing regulations.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

As Texas Recovers From Harvey, Port Arthur Struggles
Port Arthur was among the poorest communities along the Texas Gulf Coast before Hurricane Harvey—and in the year since, it has struggled to recover from flooding that left almost the entire city of 55,000 underwater.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

HUD Moves to Shake Up Fair-Housing Enforcement
The administration wants to shift the way it enforces fair housing, pivoting away from efforts to integrate lower-income housing into wealthier neighborhoods in favor of promoting more development overall.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Companies Needing Skilled Workers Look to High Schools
CVS, Tesla and others help educators create skills-based programs—and future job candidates.

WSJ US News
Aug 13, 2018

Wisconsin Primary Shows Waning Power of State's GOP Leaders
Wisconsin's Republican establishment is firmly behind a state senator running in Tuesday's primary, but she's locked in a tight race with a political novice who has questioned her loyalty to President Trump.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Connecticut Gubernatorial Candidates Race to Primary Finish Line
Connecticut's gubernatorial candidates are crisscrossing the state and hitting the senior centers, parades and ice-cream socials to glad-hand voters as they gear up for Tuesday's primary.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Airplane Stunt Startles Onlookers, Ends Tragically
At first, air-traffic controllers didn't seem alarmed when Richard Russell climbed into the cockpit of a small airliner here Friday evening, spooled up its twin turboprop engines and trundled from its parking spot near a cargo area.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

U.S. Takes Trade Fight to Smaller Nations
The White House push to confront rivals over trade has spread beyond the world's biggest economies like China and Europe to include poorer countries that also see the U.S. as a critical market for their goods.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Turkey's Erdogan Faces Crossroads in Dispute With U.S.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's rejection of U.S. demands to immediately free an American pastor burnish his reputation at home as a strong-willed leader, but the financial costs are already proving to be steep.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

White-Nationalist Rally Musters Little Enthusiasm
What was promoted as a "white civil-rights rally" held near the White House on Sunday appeared to be a bust, with fewer than 20 attendees, while thousands of counterprotesters gathered nearby.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Giuliani Says Trump Lawyers Are Prepared to Counter Mueller
President Trump's lawyers believe they can weather a "negative" report from special counsel Robert Mueller and are prepared to rebut the conclusions, Rudy Giuliani, one of Mr. Trump's attorneys, said in an interview.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Ex-Trump Aide Omarosa Says She Recorded Firing by Kelly
Omarosa Manigault-Newman, a former West Wing aide and reality-television star, secretly recorded a conversation she had with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly in the Situation Room, she said Sunday on NBC.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

D.C. Authorities Brace for Charlottesville Anniversary Rally
White nationalists and counterprotesters are planning separate rallies in Washington, D.C., on Sunday to mark the first anniversary of violent clashes in Charlottesville, Va.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Golfing Vacation Nearly Over, Trump Is Set to Return
President Trump heads back to Washington Monday after a 10-day stay at his New Jersey club that featured tweets, dinners with business leaders, some foreign-policy announcements and golf.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Trump Poses Wild Card in Farm Bill Negotiations
Democrats and Republicans from rural states want to pass a new farm bill before current legislation expires in September, but a divide over work requirements for food-stamp recipients could trip up a compromise.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Plane Thief Said He Trained on Games, Didn't Plan to Land
The man who stole a plane from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Friday night didn't have a pilot's license but still managed to perform complex maneuvers in the air.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Tensions Flare as Hackers Root Out Flaws in Voting Machines
Hackers at the Defcon computer security conference believe they can help prevent manipulation of U.S. elections. Some election officials and makers of voting machines aren't so sure.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

NYC Retraining Program for Immigrant Engineers Faces Hurdle
It has become more difficult to fill seats at an immigrant engineers retraining program based in New York City because of recent U.S. immigration-policy changes, organizers say.

WSJ US News
Aug 12, 2018

Scooter Startups Roll Into Trouble as Cities Slow Their Expansion
As shared-scooter companies race into new cities around the U.S., they are finding city officials emboldened to enact regulations that limit the companies' rapid growth.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Hundreds Protesting Racism Mark Charlottesville Anniversary
Hundreds of people protesting racism gathered in on the University of Virginia campus Saturday evening, near the area where white nationalists marched with torches and shouted Nazi slogans one year earlier.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Horizon Air Plane Theft, Crash Exposes Cracks in Airport Security
Friday's theft of a Horizon Air passenger plane from Seattle's main airport exposed aviation vulnerabilities that persist even after efforts to enhance security after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Across the U.S., the Spaceport Race Is On
There are now 10 licensed commercial spaceports in the U.S., double the number in 2004, as local and state officials try to draw business from companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

The Latest Scourge of Central Park: 'Zombie' Raccoons
Central Park is in the midst of an outbreak of so-called zombie raccoons, with rangers capturing 85 animals that have become sick or died since late June.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

President's Attacks on the Press: Part Instinct, Part Calculation
Trump's broadsides against the media are in part a visceral response to criticism, advisers and people close to the president say. But they also are part of a campaign strategy to energize voters.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

In Break From Precedent, Trump's Moves Aggravate Turkey's Currency Crisis
President Trump's decision to double steel tariffs on Turkey as its government battled a currency collapse marked a departure for the U.S. from how it traditionally handles financial turmoil.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

New York Helps Give Some of Its Iconic Bodegas a Makeover
A new pilot program is helping stores adjust to their rapidly evolving neighborhoods by subsidizing new signs, windows and awnings.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Rep. Chris Collins Suspends Re-Election Campaign
Insider-trading allegations have derailed what had been viewed as a clear path to another term for the Republican representative from New York.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

A Sisterhood of Nurses
More than 40 years ago, six Filipino nurses arrived in the U.S. to launch their careers. Joyette, Connie, Peachy, Nora, Teresa and Gertrudes have supported one another through sea changes in the medical field as well as personal joys and sorrows. This is their story.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Trump's Attacks on the Press: Part Instinct, Part Calculation
Trump's broadsides against the media are in part a visceral response to criticism, advisers and people close to the president say. But they also are part of a campaign strategy to energize voters ahead of the midterms.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

No, You Can't Vote Via Text: Officials Battle Disinformation
State election officials are grappling with how to counter online disinformation about how to cast a vote.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

He Can Hold Court as a Judge, But in Basketball? He Tries His Best
In federal court, Brett Kavanaugh may have a reputation for knowledge and expertise, but on the basketball court—well, he's known for effort over skills.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

When New York City's Mayor and Cynthia Nixon Email, It's Likely About a Celebrity
If you're a celebrity in New York City with any issue big or small, there's someone you reach out to for an in with Mayor Bill de Blasio: Cynthia Nixon.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Hawaii Governor Gains Ground in Primary After False Missile Alert Fallout
Re-election prospects looked bleak for first-term Hawaii Gov. David Ige after he fumbled the response to a false ballistic missile alert earlier this year. But as Hawaiians vote in the state primary, he appears to have regained momentum.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Airline Employee Crashes Stolen Plane Near Seattle After Wild Ride
An Alaska Air employee stole a turboprop airliner from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport before crashing it on a nearby island, authorities and the company said.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Airline Employee Crashes Stolen Plane Near Seattle
An Alaska Air Group employee stole a turboprop airliner from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Friday night before crashing it on a nearby island, authorities and the company said.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Stolen Airliner Crashes Off Seattle
Alaska Airlines said one of its affiliate's airplanes had crashed off Seattle late Friday after someone airport authorities identified as an airline employee had stolen the plane.

WSJ US News
Aug 11, 2018

Stolen Plane Crashes Off Seattle
Alaska Airlines said one of its affiliate's airplanes had crashed off Seattle late Friday after someone airport authorities identified as an airline employee had stolen the plane.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Hearings on Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh to Begin Sept. 4
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will face confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee beginning Sept. 4, the panel announced Friday.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Worker at Bank That Made Loans to Manafort Says CEO Wanted Cabinet Post
The mortgage salesman who worked for a bank that extended $16 million in loans to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort testified Friday that he was "uncomfortable" about the transaction.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

U.S. Budget Gap Widens
The U.S. government's budget deficit widened 21% in the first ten months of the fiscal year when compared with the same period a year earlier—as spending jumped.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Mueller Brings Heightened Scrutiny to Roger Stone, Longtime Trump Adviser
Mr. Stone claimed he had interactions with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during the 2016 presidential campaign.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Kansas Governor Hires a Lawyer for Contested GOP Primary
Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer dug in for a legal fight over the Republican primary, hiring an outside lawyer with Secretary of State Kris Kobach leading the sitting governor by less than a tenth of a percentage point.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

U.S. Federal Budget Gap Widens
The U.S. government's budget deficit widened 21% in the first ten months of the fiscal year when compared with the same period a year earlier—as spending jumped.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Trump Vows to Double Metals Tariffs on Turkey, Escalating Dispute
President Trump said he would double steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey, deepening tensions over the country's refusal to free an American pastor and amplifying the its economic crisis.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

U.S. Orders Chinese Company to Sell Manhattan Building Near Trump Tower
The U.S. government has told Chinese conglomerate HNA Group it has to sell its majority stake in a Manhattan skyscraper whose tenants include a police precinct tasked with protecting Trump Tower.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

'Manhattan Madam' Kristin Davis Testifying Before Grand Jury
Ms. Davis is close with Roger Stone, a former longtime adviser to President Trump who has been scrutinized by Mr. Mueller's investigators.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Trump Renews Attacks on NFL Anthem Protests
President Trump renewed his attacks on NFL players who protest during the national anthem, tweeting that players should stand "proudly" or be suspended without pay.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Candidates Tout Careers in Espionage
Being in the public eye isn't always comfortable for several 2018 congressional candidates, most Democrats, who once worked in U.S. intelligence roles.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

To Trust Polls, Dig Deeper Into The Results
The sentiments underlying the 2016 results could be seen for months before, says the polling director for CBS News, and that's true now for the 2018 race

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

In a Challenging Year for House Republicans, Party Sees Hope in Minnesota
As Republicans fight to maintain their House majority in the midterm elections, Minnesota provides a rare spot for them to flip a couple of Democratic seats to offset losses that may come elsewhere.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Trump Vows to Double Metals Tariffs on Turkey
President Trump vowed to double steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey, a week after he imposed sanctions against two top officials over the country's refusal to free an American pastor held for nearly two years.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Kansas Secretary of State to Recuse Himself in Razor-Thin Election
Kris Kobach is preparing to recuse himself from the ballot counting process in the razor-thin election for the Republican nomination for Kansas governor, in which he leads incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer by 121 votes.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Inside a Texas Detention Facility for Immigrant Families
More than 25,000 immigrant mothers and children caught illegally crossing into the U.S. in the past 10 months have spent their first weeks in the country living in a sprawling compound of trailers, tents and playgrounds.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Is Jeff Bezos Really the Richest of Them All?
With a fortune exceeding $150 billion, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos was recently declared the richest person in modern history. But is he?

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Judge Orders Return of Two Deported Asylum Seekers to U.S.
A federal judge stopped the deportations of an asylum-seeking woman and her young daughter who were already aboard a plane to El Salvador, criticizing the Trump administration for trying to remove them while they were challenging their cases in court.

WSJ US News
Aug 10, 2018

Kansas GOP Governor Primary Tightens as Counting Error Is Discovered
Small clerical errors discovered Thursday reduced the size of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's lead over Gov. Jeff Colyer in the state's Republican gubernatorial primary, which remains too close to call.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Reality Contestant Turned White House Aide Taped Trump Conversations
Former "Apprentice" contestant Omarosa Manigault-Newman tape recorded conversations with President Trump, creating a fresh issue for a White House already displeased over the level of leaks of internal deliberations.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

The Candidates Who Came in From the Cold
Being in the public eye isn't always comfortable for several 2018 congressional candidates, most Democrats, who once worked in U.S. intelligence roles.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Economists See Two More Fed Rate Increases This Year
Most private economists see the Federal Reserve raising short-term interest rates two more times this year, once in September and again in December, according to The Wall Street Journal's monthly survey of forecasters.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

A Top Trump Donor's Dealings With Michael Cohen Trigger Scrutiny
Federal prosecutors in New York have sought documents from Franklin L. Haney, a top donor to President Trump, about his dealings with Michael Cohen in connection with funding for a nuclear power project.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Bank Worker Testifies Manafort Signed Loan Application With False Information
The government's case against Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman, neared its end with testimony regarding a mortgage-loan application in which Mr. Manafort allegedly supplied false information.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Pence Lays Out Plans for 'Space Force' Sought by Trump
Vice President Mike Pence laid out an ambitious plan Thursday to put President Trump's stamp on the U.S. military by creating a military command dedicated to space—the Space Force.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Fish Caught in America, Processed in China Get Trapped by Trade Dispute
The next round of U.S. tariffs aimed at Chinese imports could wind up hurting a major American product: fish. An estimated $900 million worth of seafood on the tariff list is first caught in the U.S., sent to China for processing and then imported by U.S. companies.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Industry-Backed Group Keeps Fighting Foam Ban
Restaurant owners largely shrug off the ban on foam containers, but an alliance with ties to a foam maker continues its battle

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

The Democrats' New Litmus Test: Gun Control
Candidates for the 2018 House midterms are pushing a muscular firearms-regulation agenda, a wholesale repositioning on the hot-button issue in a party that avoided pushing new limits for a generation after the 1994 assault-weapons ban cost members their jobs in Congress.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Hurricane Death Toll in Puerto Rico May Have Topped 1,400
The Puerto Rican government acknowledged in a document filed to Congress that the death toll from Hurricane Maria last year may have exceeded 1,400, though the official count stands at 64.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Fish Caught in America, Processed in China Gets Trapped by Trade Dispute
The next round of U.S. tariffs aimed at Chinese imports could wind up hurting a major American product: fish. An estimated $900 million worth of seafood on the tariff list is first caught in the U.S., sent to China for processing and then imported by U.S. companies.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

The Democratic Party's New Litmus Test: Gun Control
Candidates for the 2018 House midterms are pushing a muscular firearms-regulation agenda, a wholesale repositioning on the hot-button issue in a party that avoided pushing new limits for a generation after the 1994 assault-weapons ban cost members their jobs in Congress.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Puerto Rico: Hurricane Maria Death Toll May Have Topped 1,400
The Puerto Rican government acknowledged in a document filed to Congress that the death toll from Hurricane Maria last year may have exceeded 1,400, though the official count stands at 64.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

U.S. Judge Dismisses Qatar from Broidy Hacking Lawsuit
A federal judge dismissed Qatar from a lawsuit filed by prominent Republican donor Elliott Broidy, who claims the tiny Persian Gulf nation was behind the hacking of his emails last year.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

North Carolina Allows First Alligator Hunt in More Than 40 Years
A handful of hunters will soon be permitted to bag an animal rarely hunted in North Carolina: an American alligator.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Economists See Growth Hitting 3% in 2018, But Higher Risks Beyond
Economists are boosting their projections for growth in U.S. output this year, but trade disputes, a fading boost from fiscal stimulus and rising interest rates leave them thinking strong growth won't last much longer than that.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

U.S. Seafood Industry Vulnerable to Tariffs Aimed at China
The next round of U.S. tariffs aimed at Chinese imports could wind up hurting a major American product: fish. An estimated $900 million worth of seafood on the tariff list is first caught in the U.S., sent to China for processing and then imported by U.S. companies.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

In Kandahar, U.S. Troops Remain, Even If Salsa Night Is Gone
The Boardwalk at Kandahar Air Field has always served as an apt metaphor for the state of the 17-year-old war in Afghanistan, and in important ways still does.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Photos Capture Devastation From Carr Fire in California
Survey some of the damage from the Carr fire, the fifth most-destructive fire in California history, in aerial photos taken by the city of Redding.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

A Fight Over Voter Rights in California
A trial has put the liberal enclave of Santa Monica in effect on the same side as a conservative legal activist who is challenging the state's voting-rights law.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

Talks Fail to Break Impasse on U.S. Pastor Held in Turkey
The U.S. failed to secure assurances from Turkey to immediately free an American pastor held for nearly two years on disputed terrorism charges, U.S. officials said, deepening a crisis between the two countries.

WSJ US News
Aug 09, 2018

U.S. to Impose New Sanctions on Russia Over U.K. Nerve-Agent Attack
The U.S. announced new sanctions against Russia over a nerve agent attack targeting a former Russian spy and his daughter in the U.K.

WSJ US News
Aug 08, 2018

This Week's Elections Hold Warning Signs for Republicans
Elections held in five states Tuesday underscored the Republican Party's growing challenges with suburban voters, which could expand the battlefield in November's midterms.

WSJ US News
Aug 08, 2018

Pricey Housing Markets in West Are Cooling Off Most Quickly
Western states experienced the sharpest decline for existing-home sales in the second quarter, a sign that rising prices, higher mortgage rates and, to a limited extent, the new tax law are weighing on pricier markets.

WSJ US News
Aug 08, 2018

New York Plans to Limit Uber and Lyft Drivers
New York moved to become the first city in the U.S. to cap ride-hailing services including Uber and Lyft, freezing new vehicle licenses for one year while it studies the fallout from the booming industry.

WSJ US News
Aug 08, 2018

Gene-Editing Technique in Human Embryos Draws Skepticism
Scientists are challenging a high-profile study that found a popular gene-editing tool could be used to repair a disease-causing mutation in human embryos.

WSJ US News
Aug 08, 2018

IRS Agent Testifies Manafort Failed to Declare More Than $16 Million on Taxes
Paul Manafort didn't declare more than $16 million in income to the U.S. Treasury over a five-year span, an IRS revenue agent testified Wednesday

WSJ US News
Aug 08, 2018

Most Candidates Backed by Ocasio-Cortez, Sanders Falter
The Democrats' vocal, liberal wing sought to ride rising party enthusiasm to upset victories over more-centrist candidates or incumbents in Tuesday's primaries across four states. Almost all of them came up short.

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