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Feb 24, 2018

At the Doctor's Office, Expect Better, More Reliable Flu Tests
New FDA regulations raise the standard for rapid flu tests, with the aim of creating more accurate results and limiting misdiagnoses.

WSJ US News
Feb 24, 2018

Coal Jobs Get a Boost---From Exports
Miners in Indiana and other states are getting a small lift from global markets: American companies are shipping more coal to Europe and Asia, helping to stop the yearslong drop in the number of U.S. mining jobs.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Majority of Heating Technicians for NYC Housing Agency Aren't Certified, Monitor Says
More than half of the heating technicians in the New York City Housing Authority aren't certified by the city's fire department to do the work, according to a monitor at the agency appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Florida Leaders Back Age Minimum for Firearm Purchases
Florida's Republican political leaders on Friday said they backed raising the minimum age for the purchase of all firearms to 21, a rare move toward gun restrictions in the state in the wake of a mass shooting by a teenager at a high school.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Months Before Florida Shooting, 911 Calls Show a Teenager in Crisis
Callers to Florida police told of a fear of Nikolas Cruz's behavior and guns fixation in the weeks after he lost his mother.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Woman Drives Car Into White House Security Barrier
A woman drove a passenger vehicle into a security barrier Friday near the White House and was immediately apprehended, the Secret Service said.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Flu Epidemic Appears to Have Peaked
The worst U.S. flu epidemic in years appears to have peaked, according to federal data released Friday, but transmission is still intense, and cases from a strain that often surges late in the season are rising.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

The Alleged $1.2 Billion Ponzi Scheme Sapping L.A.'s Trophy-Home Market
Developer Woodbridge Group is under scrutiny from regulators. Now, its portfolio of 138 properties—including the famed Owlwood estate—may soon hit the market.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

How the Florida School Shooting Turned Into a Gun-Control Movement
The students at Stoneman Douglas are different from those who have witnessed previous mass shootings. The digital natives naturally turned to social media, invoking #NeverAgain to campaign for change in the wake of the attack.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Ex-NFL Player Taken Into Custody Following Threatening Social-Media Post
Harvard-Westlake, the elite middle and high school in Los Angeles, closed Friday after a threatening post on social media made by Jonathan Martin, who was once the target of a bullying scandal that engulfed the NFL.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Trump Says Chief of Staff Will Decide on Kushner's Security Clearance
President Donald Trump said he would leave to his chief of staff the decision of whether to grant a security-clearance waiver to Jared Kushner, a senior White House adviser and the president's son-in-law.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Ex-Trump Adviser Richard Gates Pleads Guilty in Mueller Probe
Richard Gates, a former Trump campaign official, pleaded guilty Friday to conspiring against the U.S. and lying to the special counsel's team, becoming the fifth person to publicly admit to criminal misconduct in Robert Mueller's wide-ranging probe.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

U.S.'s Jerusalem Embassy to Open in May, Could Get Adelson Funds
The U.S. will open its embassy in Jerusalem in May and is entertaining an unusual offer from GOP donor and casino magnate Sheldon Adelson to help pay for a new facility.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

FBI Tip-Line Caller Said Nikolas Cruz 'Is Going to Explode'
A person close to the teenager accused of killing 17 people at a Florida high school warned the FBI she was concerned he would "get into a school and just shoot the place up," according to a transcript of her call with a bureau tip line operator more than a month before the massacre.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Missouri Legislature Weighs Next Move on Gov. Eric Greitens
Republicans in the Missouri legislature are weighing the political fate of Gov. Eric Greitens, following his indictment by a St. Louis grand jury for alleged invasion of privacy stemming from a 2015 extramarital affair.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Florida Governor Proposes Raising Age Limit on Gun Purchases
Florida Gov. Rick Scott proposed raising the minimum age for the purchase of all firearms to 21 and said he didn't support arming teachers, putting him at odds with two powerful political allies.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Trump Revives Attack on Diversity Visa, 'Chain Migration' in Speech
President Donald Trump revived his attacks on family-based immigration and accused congressional Democrats of abandoning young undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, in a speech to a crowd of conservative activists.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Trump Jr. Scraps Plan for Foreign-Policy Speech on India Visit
Donald Trump Jr. scrapped plans to give a speech about the shifting global landscape Friday and instead sat for a relaxed onstage interview where he discussed lost business opportunities in India and his changed relationship with his father at a high-profile event in the Indian capital.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

U.S.'s Jerusalem Embassy Set to Open in May, Could Get Adelson Funds
The U.S. is set to begin operating its embassy in Jerusalem in May and is entertaining an unusual offer from GOP donor and casino magnate Sheldon Adelson to help pay for a new facility.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Ex-Trump Adviser Richard Gates Expected to Plead Guilty in Mueller Probe
Richard Gates—a former Trump campaign official who was indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on tax-related charges—is expected to plead guilty as soon as Friday afternoon as part of a deal that will likely ensure his cooperation in Mr. Mueller's investigation, according to person familiar with the matter.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

With U.S. Push, Pakistan Placed on Terror Finance List
Saudi Arabia has backed down under pressure from the U.S. and allowed Pakistan to be placed on an international terror-financing watch list, officials from countries involved in the decision said Friday.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

White House Unveils 'Largest Ever' Set of Sanctions on North Korea
The Trump administration levied what it called its largest-ever North Korea sanctions package, hitting dozens of shipping and trading companies as it seeks to further cut off foreign-currency revenues keeping the nuclear-armed regime afloat.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Trump to Unveil 'Largest Ever' Set of Sanctions on North Korea
President Trump will unveil a new set of sanctions against North Korea, which he will call "the largest ever." The sanctions will "further cut off" sources of revenue and fuel for Pyongyang's nuclear program, according to the president.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

With Jobs in Mind, Ohio Democrat Takes Venture Capitalists on Midwest Road Trip
Rep. Tim Ryan, an Ohio Democrat, took more than a dozen venture capitalists from Silicon Valley and New York on a three-day road trip around the Midwest in an effort to boost businesses in economically depressed cities.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Ivanka Trump Meets South Korean Leader at Olympics
U.S. presidential adviser Ivanka Trump arrived in Seoul ahead of the Winter Olympics' closing ceremony, while South Korean President Moon Jae-in faced a backlash for agreeing to host a sanctioned North Korean general blamed for the deaths of 46 South Korean sailors.

WSJ US News
Feb 23, 2018

Education Bill Brings Out Unusual Lobbying Suspects
Groups not typically engaged on the nuts and bolts of higher education are pushing for changes to a proposed revamp of the Higher Education Act.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Indian Health Service Nominee Says He Was Forced to Withdraw
Robert Weaver, President Donald Trump's former nominee to lead the Indian Health Service, said in a letter circulated to some tribal leaders and lobbyists that he was forced under duress to withdraw from consideration late last week.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

MTA Vote on Station Upgrades Raises Conflict Concern
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority's approval of more than $200 million to upgrade eight subway stations, including two at 34th Street-Penn Station, highlighted a potential conflict of interest for MTA Chairman Joe Lhota, who is a director of the company that runs Madison Square Garden.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Trump's Stance on Guns Pressures Congress
President Trump's call for changes to gun laws in the wake of last week's Florida school shooting pushes Congress toward a new politically fraught debate just months before the midterm elections.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

GOP Lawmakers Sue to Block New Congressional Map in Pennsylvania
Two top Pennsylvania state senators and eight of the state's GOP members of Congress filed a federal lawsuit in a bid to block a new congressional map imposed by the state's high court.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Officer at Florida School Waited Outside Instead of Confronting Shooter, Sheriff Says
The sheriff's deputy who was assigned to the Florida school where a gunman killed 17 people last week has left the force after evidence showed he stood outside the building where the shooting occurred rather than going in, Sheriff Scott Israel said Thursday.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens Indicted for Invasion of Privacy
A St. Louis grand jury has indicted Gov. Eric Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge for allegedly taking a compromising photo of a woman with whom he had an affair in 2015.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

North Korean General's Presence at Olympics Closing Ceremony Presents a Quandary for U.S.
Pyongyang's plan to have an army general tied to two attacks on South Korean forces lead North Korea's delegation to the Winter Olympics' closing ceremonies this weekend presents a diplomatic quandary for U.S. presidential adviser Ivanka Trump, who is also set to attend.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

New Charges Against Manafort, Gates in Mueller Probe
Special counsel Robert Mueller's office has obtained new tax and bank fraud charges against former Trump advisers Paul Manafort and Richard Gates, according to an indictment.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

New York City Picks MIT Associate Professor as a New Deputy Mayor
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has named J. Phillip Thompson, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology associate professor who once worked for Mayor David Dinkins, to serve as a deputy mayor.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Trump: 'Hardened' School Security Is the Answer
President Trump said that ‘hardened' school security would be central to stopping future shootings, lining up with gun-rights advocates while also floating proposals to keep weapons out of some hands.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Four Governors Join Forces to Stem Movement of Illegal Guns
Democratic governors from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island joined forces to restrict movement of illegal guns between their states and share information about residents banned from owning firearms.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Senior FBI Official Expresses Concern About Lack of Public Trust
A senior FBI official weighed in on recent criticism of the bureau, declining to respond directly to attacks from President Donald Trump and others but saying he is concerned about a loss of trust in the FBI.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

NRA Chief Defends Gun Rights in Wake of School Shooting
Just over a week after the Florida school shooting, the NRA's leader called for fortifying the nation's schools and cast efforts to tighten gun laws as attacks on freedom.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

West Virginia Teachers Strike Statewide
Public-school teachers in West Virginia went on strike, shutting schools across the state, as unions rejected pay and benefits proposals by state lawmakers.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

SpaceX Lifts Two of Its Own Prototype Satellites Into Orbit
SpaceX launched into orbit a commercial payload with two prototype communications satellites intended to pave the way for an eventual constellation of thousands of similar internet-via-space satellites.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Tesla Begins Taking Model 3 Orders
Tesla for the first time is notifying some reservation holders new to the electric-car brand that they can begin configuring and ordering their Model 3 sedan.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

The Big Loophole That Helped Russia Exploit Facebook: Doctored Photos
This use of doctored images was a crucial and deceptively simple technique to spread fabricated information during the 2016 election. Tech companies, which are increasingly under fire, struggle to screen for indications photos might have been distorted or taken out of context.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Washington, D.C.'s Five-Letter Problem: Metro
Washington, D.C.,'s ailing Metro subway system needs a $500 million infusion of funding for upgrades and maintenance to win back riders, officials say. ‘Amazon is watching,' a lawmaker said.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Herbal Supplement Has Some New Yorkers Talking, Instead of Coughing
If there's one thing New Yorkers love more than discovering a new secret remedy, it's telling other New Yorkers about it.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Leading Economic Indicators Index Rises
An economic index that measures U.S. business trends increased further in January and points to robust growth in the first half, the Conference Board said.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Trump Calls for Arming 'Weapons Talented Teachers'
President Trump on Thursday morning called for arming select, highly trained, "weapons talented" teachers to thwart mass school shootings, arguing it would deter would-be "sicko" shooters.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Mystery Buyer of New York's Priciest Home, Revealed
Dell Technologies founder Michael Dell quietly paid $100.47 million for a penthouse at Manhattan's One57, setting a record for the city.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Washington D.C.'s Five Letter Problem: Metro
Washington, D.C.,'s ailing Metro subway system needs a $500 million infusion of funding for upgrades and maintenance to win back riders, officials say.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Olympics Closing Ceremony Will Be Chance for Ivanka Trump, North Koreans to Meet
The U.S. and North Korea may have another Olympics encounter, as Pyongyang will send a high-level delegation to attend the Closing Ceremony, while Washington sends U.S. presidential adviser and daughter Ivanka Trump.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Supreme Court Limits Suits Against Foreign Terror Sponsors
The Supreme Court blocked victims of Iranian-backed terrorism from seizing Persian antiquities on loan to a U.S. university, holding that Tehran's property is protected by a federal law that immunizes foreign governments from most lawsuits.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

Saudi Arabia Stymies U.S. Over Pakistan Terror List
Saudi Arabia joined Turkey and China in a move to block a U.S.-led attempt this week to place Pakistan on an international terror-financing watch list, according to officials involved in the process, in a rare disagreement between Riyadh and the Trump administration.

WSJ US News
Feb 22, 2018

R-Rated Behavior of Star Producer Is a Drama for Disney
Tom Schumacher, the executive behind Disney's new "Frozen" musical, has been accused of explicit sexual language and behavior in the workplace, even as he turned the entertainment company into a powerful force on Broadway.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Trump Administration Maintains It Is Tough on Russia
The Trump administration disputed criticism that it is going easy on Russia, detailing what senior officials described as a year of efforts to counter Moscow's interference in the U.S. elections and interventions in Ukraine and Syria.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

High Court: Guilty Plea Doesn't Prohibit Constitutional Challenge to Convictions
The Supreme Court held that defendants who plead guilty retain the right to challenge their convictions as unconstitutional, frustrating prosecutors who said the rule would inject uncertainty into a criminal justice system built on plea bargains.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Trump, at White House Forum, Signals Support for Arming School Staff
President Donald Trump, leading an emotional discussion with families touched by school gun violence, signaled support for a plan to arm teachers and coaches and also tighten background checks and mental-health screening before gun purchases.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Mueller Examines Manafort Loans
Special counsel Robert Mueller and federal prosecutors in New York are examining as much as $16 million in loans that a bank run by a former campaign adviser to President Donald Trump made to former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, according to court filings and a person familiar with the two investigations.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Commerce Secretary Becomes Point Man For Commercial Space Projects
Responding to industry complaints that federal rules increasingly hamper private ventures in space, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has emerged as the deregulation czar of the heavens.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

White House Reaches Out to Labor Unions on Trade Policy
President Donald Trump sought input Wednesday from the largest labor unions in the U.S. on trade policy, including the talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Parkland Students Protest, Raising Political Pressure for Tougher Gun Laws
High-school students who survived Florida's deadly school shooting last week descended on the state capital Wednesday to plead for stricter gun-control measures, raising pressure on lawmakers in the normally firearm-friendly state to pass legislation.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

10 New York City Tow-Truck Firms Indicted
Manhattan prosecutors accused 17 people and 10 companies of using fraud and violence to create an illegal monopoly within New York City's towing industry.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Trump's Nominee for Indian Health Post Withdraws
President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the troubled Indian Health Service has withdrawn from consideration for the job.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

A N.J. County Sues Purdue Pharma, Sackler Family for Opioid Marketing
Camden County in southern New Jersey has joined hundreds of counties nationwide in suing the opioid-painkiller manufacturer Purdue Pharma, but in an unusual step it also named members of the company's controlling family, the Sacklers.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Why an American Airlines Monopoly Works for Charlotte
In contrast to many cities luring low-cost competitors to their airports, Charlotte, N.C., has stuck with a dominant carrier, accepting high prices in exchange for plentiful flights

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Trump Again Presses Sessions Over Russia Probe
President Trump renewed his public pressure on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, suggesting the Justice Department should be looking at the Obama administration as part of its Russia probe.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

R-Rated Behavior of Star Producer Causes Drama for Disney
Tom Schumacher, the executive behind Disney's new "Frozen" musical, has been accused of explicit sexual language and behavior in the workplace, even as he turned the entertainment company into a powerful force on Broadway.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Amenities War Breaks Out in Long Island City Rentals
A swelling supply of apartments is forcing some Long Island City luxury developers to trim rents and agree to other concessions, even as they roll out upgraded finishes and a smorgasbord of amenities from swimming pools to game rooms.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Home Sales Post Their Sharpest Drop in Three Years
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes in January experienced their sharpest annual drop in more than three years as low inventories and rising prices and interest rates took a toll.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Supreme Court Curbs Protections for Whistleblowers
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously that individuals must report alleged corporate wrongdoing to the Securities and Exchange Commission, not just to their companies, to qualify for whistleblower protections under the Dodd-Frank Act.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

GOP Congressman in Colorado Gets an Earful About Guns
A GOP lawmaker in a Colorado swing district faced criticism from his constituents Tuesday about gun policies, illustrating the tricky landscape for some Republicans heading into the midterm elections.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

SpaceX Indicates Internet System Will Take Longer Than Anticipated
SpaceX's proposed internet-via-space project is slated to launch two experimental satellites on Thursday, even as the company tamps down expectations such prototypes will quickly evolve into a functioning global system.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

U.S. Existing-Home Sales Slumped in January
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes in January experienced their sharpest annual drop in more than three years as low inventories and rising prices and interest rates took a toll.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

'America's Pastor' Billy Graham Dies at Age 99
Billy Graham, counselor to presidents and the most widely heard Christian evangelist in history, preached a simplified Protestant message about sin and especially redemption. He did so without rancor and, in later years, without much emphasis on the prospect of hellfire.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

R-Rated Behavior of Star Producer Makes Drama for Disney
Tom Schumacher, the executive behind Disney's new "Frozen" musical, has been accused of explicit sexual language and behavior in the workplace, even as he turned the entertainment company into a powerful force on Broadway.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

How Jeffrey Immelt's 'Success Theater' Masked the Rot at GE
A culture that disdained bad news contributed to overoptimistic forecasts and botched strategies. GE stock has almost halved since Mr. Immelt resigned as CEO and the company is considering whether to break itself up.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Trump Economic Report Blames Obama Policies for Slow Growth
President Donald Trump's first official economic report to Congress makes a lengthy case that the U.S. economy has been weak in recent years, not because of the severity of the most recent recession, but because of policy mistakes by Mr. Trump's predecessor.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

FDIC Sues 16 Banks as Receiver for Failed Puerto Rico Bank
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. sued 16 banks connected to the Libor rigging scandal as part of its effort to recover funds related to Doral Bank, a Puerto Rican institution that collapsed in 2015.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

GOP Congressman Gets an Earful About Guns
A GOP lawmaker in a Colorado swing district faced criticism from his constituents Tuesday about gun policies, illustrating the tricky landscape for some Republicans heading into the midterm elections.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Florida Considers Death Penalty in School Shooting
Defense lawyers seeking to spare Nikolas Cruz execution for last week's school shooting, could face a high hurdle: Florida's historic embrace of the death penalty, which has led to the second-largest death row in the U.S.

WSJ US News
Feb 21, 2018

Treasury Recommends Keeping Dodd-Frank Liquidation Power
The Trump administration recommended retaining the government's power to seize and unwind a failing financial firm in a crisis, endorsing a plank of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial law.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

North Korea Pulled Out of Pence Meeting at Last Minute
North Korea canceled a secretly planned meeting with Vice President Mike Pence during his trip to the Winter Olympics in South Korea this month, a session that would have amounted to the highest-level visit between the U.S. and North Korea in years.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

North Korea Pulls Out of Pence Meeting at Last Minute
North Korea canceled a secretly planned meeting with Vice President Mike Pence during his trip to the Winter Olympics in South Korea this month, a session that would have amounted to the highest-level visit between the U.S. and North Korea in years.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Ja Rule Leads Rally to Demand NYC Public-Housing Improvements
Rapper Ja Rule whipped up a rally at City Hall in Manhattan to support the 400,000 New Yorkers living in public housing.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

FBI Probes Tip-Line Operations After Florida Shooting
The FBI is conducting an extensive review into operations at the bureau's tip line after the agency failed to act on a specific and credible lead identifying dangers posed by a teenager who killed 17 people at a Florida high school.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Pennsylvania Special Election Loses Its Punch as New Districts Loom
Whoever wins Pennsylvania's congressional special election next month will likely find himself drawn out of the district by November when a new map from the state Supreme Court will be in effect

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Trump Takes Step to Ban 'Bump Stocks'
President Trump said Tuesday he is moving to impose new regulations that would ban devices that allow certain firearms to function as rapid-fire ‘machine guns.'

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

New Jersey Governor Promises Measures to Prevent School Violence
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said he would seek to improve coordination among schools, law enforcement and state agencies to prevent school violence, in the wake of the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Yale's Poor Little Lambs Who Have Lost Their Way Find a Ewe
Yale University's all-male a cappella singing group, the Whiffenpoofs, have admitted a woman for the first time.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

AT&T Denied Access to Government Discussions on Time Warner Deal
A federal judge ruled AT&T isn't entitled to details of the Trump administration's internal discussions on the company's proposed merger with Time Warner.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Cybersecurity Task Force to Protect Elections Is Unveiled
The Justice Department announced a new cybersecurity task force aimed in part at combating threats to the integrity of U.S. elections, as pressure mounts for stronger countermeasures to deter foreign efforts targeting the vote.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Associate of Gates Pleads Guilty to Lying to Mueller Team
A lawyer accused of lying to Special Counsel Robert Mueller has pleaded guilty, the latest sign that Mr. Mueller's probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election is picking up speed.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Group Files Complaints Over Payments to Playboy Playmate Who Alleged Affair With Trump
A government-watchdog group filed complaints asking the FEC and Justice Department to investigate a $150,000 payment to a former Playboy centerfold model who sold her story of an alleged affair with President Donald Trump to the publisher of the National Enquirer.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Louisville to Vacate 2013 Men's Basketball National Championship
The NCAA said that the University of Louisville has to vacate its wins from 2011 through 2015—including its 2013 national championship—as the result of rules violations and a scandal involving an escort.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Trump Administration's Deregulation Push Heads for Outer Space
Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday is expected to announce new moves promoting private ventures in space, including easing launch rules and putting the Commerce Department in charge of broader deregulation initiatives.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Albertsons Scoops Up Remainder of Rite Aid in Face of Online Threat
Albertsons plans to buy the portion of Rite Aid that isn't being sold to Walgreens Boots Alliance as retailers of all stripes scramble to respond to a rapidly changing consumer shopping landscape.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

NewYorkCoin Gains Traction in Cryptocurrency Circles
NewYorkCoin, created in 2014 and named for our fair city, is enjoying a surge of support among altcoin enthusiasts.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

U.S. Pursues Saudi Nuclear Deal, Despite Proliferation Risk
The Trump administration is pursuing a deal to sell nuclear reactors to Saudi Arabia despite the kingdom's refusal to accept the most stringent restrictions against the proliferation of nuclear weapons, U.S. officials say.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Trump Administration Looking at Bankruptcy Options for Student Debt
The Trump administration is looking to clarify when Americans can discharge student loans in bankruptcy, responding to concerns that more borrowers will be stuck under huge debt burdens for years.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Trump Administration Seeks to Stimulate Private Space Projects
Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday is expected to announce new moves promoting private ventures in space, including easing launch rules and putting the Commerce Department in charge of broader deregulation initiatives.

WSJ US News
Feb 20, 2018

Proposal Would Loosen Limits on Short-Term Health Plans
The Trump administration released a proposal that would allow for the proliferation of less-comprehensive, cheaper health plans restricted under the Affordable Care Act.

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