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WSJ US News
Sep 22, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Asks for More Time to Negotiate on Hearings
Negotiations between Republicans and lawyers for the woman accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault spilled over into the weekend as both sides tried to shape terms of a hearing next week that would likely determine whether the Supreme Court nominee is confirmed.

WSJ US News
Sep 22, 2018

While Trump Grumbles About Fed, His Picks Exude Pragmatism
President Trump's pique over the Federal Reserve's interest-rate increases this summer stoked fears about a looming blowup between the White House and the central bank. But his nominees to the Fed's board show his administration isn't spoiling for a fight.

WSJ US News
Sep 22, 2018

When a Hurricane Ravages Your Hometown
"I kept thinking the dateline should read ‘Memory Lane.'" A Wall Street Journal reporter surveys Florence's damage in Wilmington, N.C., the town where she grew up.

WSJ US News
Sep 22, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Given Until Saturday to Decide on Hearing
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley extended until 2:30 p.m. Saturday the deadline for the accuser of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to respond on terms under which she would agree to testify before the panel.

WSJ US News
Sep 22, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Given More Time to Consider Testimony
Republicans and lawyers for the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault carried on with talks over a hearing likely to determine whether he is confirmed, as Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley extended a deadline.

WSJ US News
Sep 22, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Given More Time to Consider Testifying
Republicans and lawyers for the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault carried on with talks over a hearing likely to determine whether he is confirmed, as Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley extended a deadline.

WSJ US News
Sep 22, 2018

Deadline Extended as Senator, Kavanaugh Accuser Wrangle
Negotiations between Republicans and lawyers for the woman accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault spilled over into the weekend, with Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley extending a deadline as both sides tried to shape terms of a hearing next week that would likely determine whether the Supreme Court nominee is confirmed.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Senator, Kavanaugh Accuser Wrangle Over Hearing Terms
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley said the panel would vote Monday on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh if attorneys representing the woman accusing him of sexual assault didn't respond later Friday to terms for testifying before the committee. Her lawyer asked for another day.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Deadline Is Set for Kavanaugh Accuser to Agree to Terms
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley said the panel would vote Monday on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh if attorneys representing the woman accusing him of sexual assault didn't respond later Friday to terms for testifying before the committee.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Women Serving on Ships Face Higher Sex-Assault Risks
Women who serve on board U.S. Navy ships and young service members at large training bases were at the greatest risk of becoming victims of sexual assault, according to a study commissioned by the Pentagon.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Rosenstein Suggested Secretly Recording Trump, FBI Memos Claim
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein early in his tenure suggested secretly recording President Trump and recruiting cabinet members to remove him from office, former FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe wrote in memos at the time, assertions that Mr. Rosenstein disputed.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

New U.S. Sanctions Target Russian Arms Deals
New sanctions on Russia, announced this week by the U.S., are meant as messages to other countries to curtail their purchases of Russian weapons, experts said.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Energy Gets a Reprieve in China's Latest Tariffs
In the U.S.-China trade battle that's targeted everything from soybeans to SUVs, energy has gotten off somewhat easy.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

U.S. Probes Drugmakers Over Free Services
Federal prosecutors are probing whether big drugmakers including Sanofi, Gilead Sciences and Biogen potentially violated laws by providing free services to doctors and patients.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Art World's Newest Star Makes $3 Million Paintings. Is the Crash Next?
Seven years ago, Njideka Akunyili Crosby's paintings were selling for $3,000. Now they go for millions. Her next challenge is to avoid the quick rise and fall other young artists have suffered in a contemporary art market that churns through its favorites.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Flood Shuts Down N.C. Power Plant, Sweeps Waste Into River
River flooding caused the shutdown Friday of a natural-gas plant near Wilmington, N.C., and some waste tied to the facility's past as a coal-fired plant entered waterways.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Airbnb Proposes Giving Hosts Company Equity
Airbnb has asked the SEC to change rules to potentially allow the home-sharing platform to offer hosts a stake in the company.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Art World's Newest Star Sees Her Paintings Sell for $3 Million. Can She Hold On?
Seven years ago, Njideka Akunyili Crosby's paintings were selling for $3,000. Now they go for millions. Her next challenge is to avoid the quick rise and fall other young artists have suffered in a contemporary art market that churns through its favorites.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Retiring Soon? Plan for Market Downturns
Investment losses early in retirement can "lock a portfolio into a downward spiral." But advisers say there are steps savers can take to minimize the damage.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Ex-Trump Lawyer Tried to Help Pay Legal Fees for Manafort, Gates
John Dowd, a former top lawyer for the president, sought to help pay legal fees for Paul Manafort and Richard Gates, initially trying to divert money from the White House legal defense fund and later soliciting donors.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Trump Backs Off Release of Documents in Russia Probe
President Trump postponed the declassification and release of documents related to the investigation into his campaign's links to Russian election interference, saying the matter would go to the Justice Department's internal watchdog.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Art World's Newest Star Sells Paintings for $3 Million. Can She Hold On?
Seven years ago, Njideka Akunyili Crosby's paintings were selling for $3,000. Now they go for millions. Her next challenge is to avoid the quick rise and fall other young artists have suffered in a contemporary art market that churns through its favorites.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

The Art Market Pounces on Its Next Big Star. Now She Has to Hold On.
Seven years ago, Njideka Akunyili Crosby's paintings were selling for $3,000. Now they go for $3 million. Her next challenge is to avoid the quick rise and fall other young artists have suffered in a contemporary art market that churns through its favorites.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Weary of Power Outages, Puerto Ricans Find Solace in Solar
Residents and businesses in Puerto Rico increasingly are investing in renewable-energy technologies, mainly solar, to guard against power outages from the island's still-rickety electric grid.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Trump Challenges Kavanaugh Accuser
President Trump challenged Christine Blasey Ford's account of an alleged sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh when they were teenagers. Meanwhile, the GOP remained in talks with Dr. Ford about having her testify next week.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Apple Launches New iPhones (Again). Here's a Guide.
Two of the newest iPhones hit stores Friday, with scenes of customers around the world lining up outside Apple stores. Customer turnout will go a long way toward determining Apple's results over the next year.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Reports of Alleged Abuse by Catholic Priests Rise Sharply
Since the Pennsylvania attorney general's report documenting the abuse of more than 1,000 children by Roman Catholic priests, more than 900 people have called a hotline set up to report additional allegations.

WSJ US News
Sep 21, 2018

Cohen Has Talked With Mueller About Trump Recently
The special counsel's investigators asked President Trump's former lawyer about the president's business dealings with Russia.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

South Korean Finance Minister Optimistic About Revised U.S. Trade Deal
South Korean Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon expressed optimism about signing a revised U.S. free-trade pact into law, though lawmakers in Seoul have threatened to block the deal if Washington imposes new tariffs on Korean autos and auto parts.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Google Workers Discussed Tweaking Search Function to Counter Travel Ban
Days after the Trump administration instituted a controversial travel ban in January 2017, Google employees discussed how they could tweak the company's search-related functions to show users how to contribute to pro-immigration organizations and contact lawmakers and government agencies, according to internal company emails.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Michael Cohen Has Talked With Mueller About Trump in Recent Weeks
The special counsel's investigators asked President Trump's former lawyer about the president's business dealings with Russia.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Youth Vaping Has Soared in 2018, New Data Show
The number of high-school students who used e-cigarettes in the past 30 days has risen roughly 75% since last year. That would equate to about three million, or 20% of high-school students.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Trump to Emphasize 'Sovereignty' in U.N. Visit Next Week, Haley Says
President Trump will address world leaders next Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly with a speech focused on "protecting U.S. sovereignty" and expanding relations with countries that share similar values, according to U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

New York Archdiocese Hires Investigator to Review Abuse Policies
The Archdiocese of New York has hired a former federal judge, Barbara S. Jones, to examine how it handles abuse allegations.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

White House Confirms It Relaxed Rules on Use of Cyberweapons
The White House said Thursday it had rescinded a classified Obama-era memorandum dictating when the U.S. government can deploy cyber weaponry against its adversaries, acknowledging the move for the first time.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Opposition to Kavanaugh Nomination Grows Among Voters, New Poll Shows
The Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh faces mounting opposition from voters and has turned into the most polarized judicial battle in more than a decade, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

White House Confirms It Relaxed Rules on Use of Cyber Weapons
The White House said Thursday it had rescinded a classified Obama-era memorandum dictating when the U.S. government can deploy cyber weaponry against its adversaries, acknowledging the move for the first time.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Maryland Shooter Kills Three People, Then Herself
A shooting at a Maryland warehouse claimed four lives, including a female suspect who shot herself in the head, authorities said. Several other people were wounded.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

U.S. Hits Chinese Unit in New Phase of Sanctions on Russia
The Trump administration imposed sanctions against one of China's central military-research units for two Russian arms deals, widening the target list in Washington's escalating sanctions campaign against Moscow.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Kavanaugh's Accuser Open to Testifying Before Senate Panel
Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, said she is prepared to testify if conditions are met.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Cocaine, Meth, Opioids All Fuel Rise in Drug-Overdose Deaths
It isn't just opioids behind a surge in U..S. drug-overdose deaths. A new study shows overdose death rates have been on an exponential-growth curve for nearly 40 years, involving methamphetamines, cocaine and other drugs.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

U.S. Rolls Out New Guidelines on Russia Sanctions Policy
The Trump administration issued new rules on Thursday detailing how it plans to sanction Russia's defense sector, pipeline and cyberoperations amid escalating tensions between the U.S. and its former Cold War foe.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Airlines Fight Push to Regulate Ticket-Change Fees
U.S. carriers are battling with Congress to keep control of the nearly $3 billion passengers pay annually to change their flights.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

New York City Makes Big Diversity Push in Brooklyn School District
In a dramatic overhaul of admissions policies for public schools, middle schools in one Brooklyn district will use a lottery system and other measures in an effort to better integrate classrooms by race and income.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Google Says It Continues to Allow Apps to Scan Data From Gmail
Google said it continues to allow other companies to scan and share data from Gmail accounts, responding to questions on Capitol Hill about privacy and potential misuse of information in users' emails.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

South Korea Says Pyongyang Willing to Open Another Site
North Korea is open to allowing outside inspections of a nuclear-weapons testing site it closed in May, South Korea's leader said Thursday, just a day after the North agreed to open a missile site to inspectors.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Trump Says 'Ridiculous' Senate Spending Bill Must Pay for Border Wall
The president Thursday tweeted his frustration with Republican lawmakers' latest appropriations bill, which pushes funding for Trump's signature border wall until after midterm elections.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Growing Opposition Threatens Last U.S. Nuclear Plant
Georgia's Alvin W. Vogtle Electric Generating Plant, the sole remaining nuclear power plant under construction in the U.S., is facing mounting opposition from cities and lawmakers concerned about its rising costs.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Pompeo Backed Saudis in Yemen Despite Staff Objections
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo backed continued U.S. military support for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen over the objections of staff members after being warned that a cutoff could jeopardize $2 billion in weapons sales to America's Gulf allies.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

SEC Says Don't Judge Its Enforcement Solely on Volume
The Securities and Exchange Commission is still policing wrongdoers, even if the volume of its enforcement actions and dollar amount of fines drop this year, the co-director of enforcement says.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

A Year After Maria, Puerto Rico Is Pushed to Precipice
The worst storm to hit Puerto Rico in nearly a century left $80 billion of damage and pushed the island—already on a fragile economic footing—closer to the edge.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Can the FBI Investigate the Kavanaugh Accusations?
Lawmakers are dueling over how to address allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, in particular who should appear at a Senate hearing and whether the FBI should examine the allegations.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Senators in Standoff Over Kavanaugh Sexual-Assault Allegations
Democrats and Republicans remained locked in a fight Thursday over how to investigate Christine Blasey Ford's sexual-assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Growing Opposition Threatens Completion of Last U.S. Nuclear Plant
The sole remaining nuclear power plant under construction in the U.S. is facing mounting opposition from cities and lawmakers concerned about its rising costs.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low
The number of Americans filing applications for new unemployment benefits fell to a fresh 49-year low last week, though any effect from Hurricane Florence may not be realized for several weeks.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Trump Says 'Ridiculous' GOP Senate Spending Bill Must Pay for Border Wall
The president Thursday tweeted his frustration with Republican lawmakers' latest appropriations bill, which pushes funding for Trump's signature border wall until after midterm elections.

WSJ US News
Sep 20, 2018

Pompeo Backed Support for Saudi War in Yemen Despite Staff Objections
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo backed continued U.S. military support for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen over the objections of staff members after being warned that a cutoff could jeopardize $2 billion in weapons sales to America's Gulf allies.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

FEMA Starts Taking Stock Of Damage From Storm
Just as some local officials said they were starting to get antsy about the arrival of federal aid in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, it began arriving.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

House Oversight Chief Seeks Copy of Investigation of FEMA Head
House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R., S.C.) on Wednesday requested a copy of an internal investigation of President Trump's top emergency management official, who is facing possible criminal charges over allegations of abusing government resources.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Trump to Nominate Former Fed Economist Nellie Liang for Board Seat
President Trump will nominate Nellie Liang, a former Federal Reserve economist who created its first office of financial stability, to the central bank's board of governors.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Trump Names Darrell Issa to Head Trade and Development Agency
President Trump will name retiring congressman Darrell Issa of California to be the director of the U.S. Trade and Development Agency.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Church to Establish New Policy for Sexual Abuse by Bishops
Roman Catholic bishops in the U.S. announced a series of new policies Wednesday for dealing with sexual-abuse accusations, the first concrete change they have publicly made since a series of new allegations this year plunged the church into crisis.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

State Department Reports Drop in Global Terror in 2017
The State Department reported a drop in terrorist attacks around the world in 2017 in an annual report released Wednesday, a decline that was largely driven by the rout of Islamic State in Iraq.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Portrait of Kavanaugh Accuser: Thorough, Guarded, Accomplished Academic
Interviews with friends and acquaintances of Christine Blasey Ford paint a picture of a guarded person, one more interested in discussions of sports and science than politics and personal trauma. Her decision to publicly accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault has thrust her into the spotlight.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Biggest U.S. Public Pension Looks to China for New Investment Chief
An official with China's foreign-exchange regulator is the lead candidate to become next investment chief of the largest U.S. public pension fund.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Bank of America to Pay $30 Million in Benchmark-Manipulation Settlement
Bank of America will pay $30 million as part of a settlement with the CFTC related to charges it tried to manipulate a benchmark for interest-rate products.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

U.S. Housing Starts Rose in August
U.S. housing starts grew modestly last month, driven by an outsize jump in apartment building that masked weakness in the pipeline for single- and multifamily construction.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Universal Life Insurance, a 1980s Sensation, Has Backfired
A long decline in interest rates caused premiums to soar when they were supposed to stay level, trapping retirees and forcing many to drop coverage. "These life policies were quicksand," says one 85-year-old customer.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Cost of Housing Homeless in Shelters Keeps Rising in New York City
New York City has increased spending on housing homeless people in shelters in recent years, but the population continues to hover at more than 60,000 despite efforts to move many into permanent housing, a new city report shows.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Republicans to Push Ahead on Kavanaugh Confirmation
Republicans appeared set to push ahead Wednesday with the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh without hearing the testimony of the woman who accused him of sexual assault.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Trump Attacks Sessions, Blaming Attorney General for Policy Lapses
President Trump blasted Attorney General Jeff Sessions, saying that he "doesn't have an attorney general" due to various policy issues that he feels have gone unaddressed by the Justice Department.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

Opioid Crisis Emerges as a Dominant Campaign Theme
In the past four years, the opioid crisis has grown from an afterthought in midterm campaigns to an important issue in some of this fall's biggest races.

WSJ US News
Sep 19, 2018

North Korea to Allow Outside Inspectors to Visit Missile Test Site
North Korea agreed to allow outside inspectors to visit its missile test site and said it would be open to decommissioning its nuclear-enrichment facility.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Kavanaugh Accuser Wants 'Full Investigation' Before Senate Hearing
The woman who alleged Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her has requested an FBI investigation of the incident before she testifies.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Brooklyn Diocese Reaches Multimillion-Dollar Settlement in Sex-Abuse Case
Four men who claimed they were abused by a church worker as children will receive a total of $27.5 million as part of a settlement with the Diocese of Brooklyn.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Feinstein Plays a Key Role in Accusation
Sen. Dianne Feinstein's moves that teed up a public airing of allegations of sexual misconduct by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have drawn the ire of Republicans, who accuse the California Democrat of seeking to delay the nomination of a jurist she opposes, and the support of Democrats, who say she was trying to ensure a constituent's confidentiality on an issue that deserved scrutiny.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

SEC Commissioner Calls for Regulators to Bolster Market Oversight
In a speech, Robert Jackson, a Democratic commissioner at the SEC, alleges that the regulator has "stood on the sidelines" as the NYSE, Nasdaq and other operators have boosted profits while raising investors' costs.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

New York Fed Turns Profit on Crisis-Bailout Facility
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York said it made $2.5 billion for U.S. taxpayers after selling off the remaining holdings of the crisis-era Maiden Lane LLC, which it used to help rescue Bear Stearns in 2008.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

SEC Proposal to Limit Big Whistleblower Awards Draws Criticism
A proposal from the Securities and Exchange Commission to change rules governing its whistleblower program was condemned by commenters who said the agency is turning its back on the tipsters who expose financial crimes.

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Sep 18, 2018

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Sep 18, 2018

U.S. Orders Chinese Media Firms to Register as Foreign Agents
The Justice Department ordered two leading Chinese state-run media organizations to register as foreign agents, as U.S. officials ramp up efforts to combat foreign influence operations.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

DOJ Opened Probe of Tesla After Musk's Going-Private Tweet
Tesla said it received a "voluntary request for documents" from the Justice Department, which came after CEO Elon Musk's tweet to take the company private.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Senate Passes Broad Spending Bill
The Senate on Tuesday passed its second appropriations bill in five days, increasing spending for the next fiscal year for the Defense Department, medical research and the opioid crisis, and funding other departments through Dec. 7 to avoid a shutdown before the midterm elections.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Senators Get Their Message Out Ahead of Kavanaugh Hearing
Senate Republicans and Democrats began a week of delicate maneuvering ahead of next week's scheduled testimony from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the woman who has accused him of sexual assault.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Venture Funding Flows to New York City Tech Startups
New York City startups have been snapping up increasingly lucrative deals in recent years.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Behind Your Rising Health-Care Bills: Secret Hospital Deals That Squelch Competition
Hidden provisions in contracts between health-care providers and insurers allow hospitals to hide prices from consumers, add fees and discourage use of less-expensive rivals.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

China Retaliates With Tariffs on $60 Billion of U.S. Goods
China announced new tariffs on $60 billion of U.S. goods, following up on retaliation pledges after the Trump administration's move to impose levies on $200 billion of Chinese imports.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

No, the Financial Crisis Didn't Spawn Populism
Two defining events of the last decade were the financial crisis and the rise of right-wing populists like Donald Trump. But the two aren't as closely connected as some commentators would have you believe, Greg Ip writes.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

U.S. Business Groups Urge Trump to Keep Canada in Nafta
U.S. business groups sought Tuesday to increase pressure on the Trump Administration to retain the existing structure of Nafta, urging U.S. officials to avoid advancing a new pact that excludes Canada.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Shootings Thrust Gun Control Into Campaign Ads
Mass shootings have thrust the issue of gun control into midterm races that will determine whether Republicans hold control of Congress and maintain dominance in state capitals.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

FBI Seeks to Understand the Psychology of Mass Shooters
The FBI is embarking on an effort to better understand the psychology behind mass shooters, a sign of how pervasive the tragedies have become.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Florence Is Creating a Housing Shortage in North Carolina
Finding temporary housing for thousands of North Carolinians displaced by Hurricane Florence could prove more difficult than it was for those uprooted by other recent U.S. storms and hurricanes.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

FBI Seeks Insight Into Mass Killers' Minds
The FBI is embarking on an effort to better understand the psychology behind mass shooters, a sign of how pervasive the tragedies have become.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Some Low-Performing VA Hospitals Show Improvement
The quality of the nation's veterans hospitals improved over the past year, allowing VA officials to remove a handful of the poorest-performing centers from a list of high-risk facilities.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

WeWork Is Now the Biggest Occupier of Manhattan Office Space
Surpassing JPMorgan Chase, the co-working company now rents 5.3 million square feet in Manhattan. WeWork used to appeal primarily to startups, but its growth is accelerating by leasing to bigger firms like Verizon and Liberty Mutual.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Shootings Thrust Gun Control Into Midterm Campaign Ads
Mass shootings have thrust the issue of gun control into midterm races that will determine whether Republicans hold control of Congress and maintain dominance in state capitals.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Trump Hits China With New Tariffs; Beijing Vows to Strike Back
President Trump said he will impose new tariffs on about $200 billion in Chinese goods and threatened to add hundreds of billions more, escalating trade tensions between the world's largest economies.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

New U.S. Tariffs Hit China; Beijing Vows to Strike Back
President Trump said he will impose new tariffs on about $200 billion in Chinese goods and threatened to add hundreds of billions more, escalating trade tensions between the world's largest economies.

WSJ US News
Sep 18, 2018

Las Vegas High-Speed Rail Venture Gets New Owner
A Florida company's acquisition of the operator of a planned high-speed rail system connecting Las Vegas and Southern California could breathe new life into the long-delayed project.

WSJ US News
Sep 17, 2018

Kavanaugh, His Accuser Will Testify Before Senate Panel
The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing next week with Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the woman who has accused him of sexual assault, setting the stage for a dramatic public face-off.

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