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WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

After Standoff, Comey and Republicans Come to Agreement Over Testimony
Former FBI director James Comey has reached an agreement with House Republicans, ending a standoff over whether he would appear in front of Congress to discuss his role in law-enforcement decisions during the 2016 election.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

Audit Says State Education Department Must Do More to Prevent Hacks of Student Data
The New York State Education Department has failed to take sufficient steps to secure its computer information systems for more than a year, which could leave students' personal data at risk of hacking, according to state auditors.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

CIA Intercepts Underpin Assessment Saudi Prince Targeted Khashoggi
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent at least 11 messages to his closest adviser, who oversaw the team that killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in the hours before and after the journalist's death in October, according to a highly classified CIA assessment.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

Comey Challenges House GOP Subpoena in Court
In what both defendants and plaintiffs acknowledged was an unprecedented case, lawyers for James Comey went to court Friday to challenge a subpoena ordering the former FBI director to testify before Congress next week.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

Distractions From Near and Far Colored the Group of 20 Talks
A weekend summit of the Group of 20 nations papered over global disagreements on trade, climate and human rights, as President Trump and other leaders were distracted by domestic and logistical issues.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

George H.W. Bush to Lie in State
Past and present world leaders, ranging from ex-President Clinton to former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, remembered the 41st president for his ability to cultivate bipartisanship and for his foreign-policy achievements, especially during the end of the Cold War.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

George H.W. Bush, America's 41st President and Father of 43rd, Dies
George Herbert Walker Bush led the U.S. to a swift and decisive victory in the first Persian Gulf War and presided over the peaceful dissolution of the Soviet Union and unification of Germany, before a painful recession cost him a second term as president.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

Lawmakers Seek to Minimize Impact of Looming Government Shutdown
Legislators are weighing the possibility of passing six of seven spending bills in an effort to minimize a potential shutdown while border-wall funding is negotiated—but it's unclear if President Trump would approve.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

Magnitude 7.0 Earthquake Rocks Anchorage
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake rattled Anchorage, Alaska, causing damage to roads and bridges, sending workers under desks and setting off a brief tsunami warning for populated areas along the surrounding coast.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

NRA Gave Contracts to Firms With Ties to Top Officials
New filings from the National Rifle Association reveal that the gun-rights group directed millions of dollars over several years to people with close ties to the group, including former top officials.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

Mueller Bores Into Trump Adviser Roger Stone's Ties to WikiLeaks
Court documents suggest that special counsel Robert Mueller is zeroing in on ties between WikiLeaks and Roger Stone, an ex-Trump campaign adviser whose relationship with the president goes back decades.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

Supreme Court to Rule on Kavanaugh Appeals Court SEC Case
Supreme Court justices on Monday will effectively be asked to rule on the jurisprudence of their newest colleague in a fraud case that tests how far the SEC can go in holding stockbrokers accountable for disseminating false statements to clients.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

Tensions at Southern Border Revive Fears From the Past
The recent clash along the border with Mexico here when migrants tried to push through a fence, drawing volleys of tear gas from U.S. Border Patrol, is bringing back memories from the 1990s.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

Trump Declares Day of Mourning for Bush; NYSE, Nasdaq to Close
Political figures and dignitaries paid tribute to George Herbert Walker Bush. President Trump declared Wednesday a national day of mourning and the companies that run the NYSE and Nasdaq said their markets would be closed that day.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

U.S., China Face Thorny Obstacles to Lasting Trade Peace
The trade truce between the U.S. and China calms their economic battle and opens a brief window for the two nations to explore whether they can bridge deep divides on a range of difficult disputes.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

U.S., China Reach a Truce in Trade Fight
China and the U.S. agreed to a cease-fire in a trade battle that has shaken global markets, with the U.S. postponing plans to increase tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods and the two sides entering negotiations on other contentious issues.

WSJ US News
Mar 26, 2019

U.S., Mexico, Canada Sign Trade Pact Replacing Nafta
The U.S., Mexico and Canada took a step toward easing commercial tensions by signing a new pact that overhauls and updates their quarter-century-old free-trade zone.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

Alabamians Give Harrowing Accounts of Tornado's Fury
Rescue teams searched for victims a day after a tornado tore through rural southeast Alabama and killed at least 23 people, including a 6-year-old boy ripped from his fathers' arms.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

High-Speed Rail in the U.S. Remains Elusive: Illinois Shows Why
A $2 billion Chicago-St. Louis project will offer a top speed of just 110 mph and shave an hour off the trip. Few people are expected to use it. One problem: having to share the track with freight railroads.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

Democrats Aim to Block Trump Administration Move on Abortion Providers
Democratic-led states are going to court to block a Trump administration plan to strip on-site abortion providers such as Planned Parenthood Federation of America of millions of taxpayer dollars for family planning, arguing the federal government is exceeding its authority to limit the federal funding.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

House Panel Requests Documents From Associates of Trump
Democrats intensified their investigations into President Trump and his associates, with House committees demanding records related to his business dealings, interactions with the Justice Department and communications with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

Senate Will Block Trump's Border-Wall Plan, McConnell Says
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said a resolution to block President Trump from declaring a national emergency would pass the GOP-controlled Senate, likely forcing the president to issue his first veto.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

California Court Backs Retiree Cut but Keeps Broader Worker Protections
The California Supreme Court affirmed the state's ability to roll back a specific pension benefit but left in place an influential rule offering public workers protection against cuts.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

How Trump Can Restart North Korean Diplomacy
After last week's fruitless Hanoi summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un, the White House has two crucial problems to ponder as it attempts to move negotiations forward.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

Luke Perry Dead at 52 After Suffering Stroke
A publicist for Luke Perry said the "Riverdale" and "Beverly Hills, 90210" star has died. The actor had been hospitalized since last week.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper Enters 2020 Race
Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said he will seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, becoming the first member of the crowded field to run by trumpeting a record of working with Republicans.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

Democrats Turn to Online Tool for Organizing Volunteers
MobilizeAmerica gives Democratic campaigns and progressive causes a centralized sign-up system for events, door-knocking and shifts calling and texting voters.

WSJ US News
Mar 04, 2019

U.S. Offers EU Olive Branch Restoring Embassy's Status
Frosty relations between the U.S. and the European Union warmed when Washington reversed its decision to downgrade the bloc's embassy.

WSJ US News
Mar 03, 2019

U.S., China Close In on Trade Deal
China and the U.S. are in the final stage of completing a trade deal, with Beijing offering to lower tariffs and other restrictions on American farm, chemical, auto and other products and Washington considering removing most, if not all, sanctions levied against Chinese products since last year.

WSJ US News
Mar 03, 2019

Rand Paul Suggests He'd Vote Against Trump's Emergency Order
Sen. Rand Paul indicated he would be the fourth Republican to oppose President Trump's redirecting of federal funds toward building a border wall, potentially forcing the president to issue his first veto.

WSJ US News
Mar 03, 2019

Doctors' PACs Favored Candidates Opposing Gun Background Checks
Political-action committees affiliated with doctors' organizations donated more money to congressional candidates who opposed tighter gun laws than to those supporting them, reviving a debate over what role physicians should play in the issue.

WSJ US News
Mar 03, 2019

Trump's Job-Approval Rating Ticks Up, Along With Warning Signs
President Trump's job-approval rating has risen, but many of his party's policy positions are viewed as out of the mainstream, the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds.

WSJ US News
Mar 03, 2019

House Panel to Seek Documents From Trump's Sons, Longtime Finance Chief
The House Judiciary Committee this week plans to request documents from more than 60 associates of President Trump, including from his sons and from his longtime chief financial officer, as part of a House investigation into obstruction of justice, corruption and abuse of power, the panel's chairman said.

WSJ US News
Mar 03, 2019

Trump's Effort to Narrow the Trade Gap Has Flopped So Far
On Wednesday, the Census Bureau will likely report the U.S. last year registered the largest trade deficit in its history. How that happened is a lesson in the economics of imbalances.

WSJ US News
Mar 03, 2019

After Nassar Scandal, Michigan State Lacks Broad Sexual-Misconduct Insurance
In a sign of the long-lasting fallout from the Larry Nassar sex-abuse scandal, Michigan State University no longer has direct liability insurance covering sexual-misconduct claims.

WSJ US News
Mar 03, 2019

Democrats Adopt GOP Strategy in Fight for Trump Probe Information
Republicans in recent years have gained access to information long considered too sensitive to share with Congress. Now that House Democrats are in charge, the tables are turning as party lawmakers embark on wide-ranging inquiries into the president and his administration.

WSJ US News
Mar 02, 2019

Trump Says He Was in a 'Horrible Position' Over Otto Warmbier Situation
President Trump lamented his "horrible position" of negotiating with North Korea following the death of Otto Warmbier, after the president drew criticism for saying that he accepted Kim Jong Un's word that he didn't know about Mr. Warmbier's abuse in Pyongyang's captivity.

WSJ US News
Mar 02, 2019

The Problem for Small-Town Banks: People Want High-Tech Services
Consumers have moved to larger lenders offering online transactions, which means they don't necessarily need a local branch; community lenders left behind struggle.

WSJ US News
Mar 02, 2019

Even Before Trump and Kim Met, Nuclear Talks Had Run Aground
A U.S. team working ahead of the nuclear talks in Hanoi found North Korea wasn't willing to budge, expecting far more than they were prepared to give.

WSJ US News
Mar 02, 2019

Sacramento Officers Won't Be Charged for Shooting Unarmed Black Man
Two police officers who fatally shot 22-year-old Stephon Clark last year won't face charges, Sacramento prosecutors said, the latest turn in a case that sparked protests in this California city.

WSJ US News
Mar 02, 2019

In the South, New Monuments Look to Honor Victims of Lynching
Communities across the South, still mired in battles over taking down Confederate statues, are proposing new monuments be erected in their place.

WSJ US News
Mar 02, 2019

No Charges in California Taser Death of Unarmed Black Man
County prosecutors said they wouldn't file criminal charges in the death of Chinedu Okobi, the brother of a Facebook executive who was repeatedly tased by law enforcement last year.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

House Panel Presses White House for Security-Clearance Documents
The House Oversight Committee renewed its request to the White House for documents related to the administration's security-clearance processes, following reports that President Trump ordered his former chief of staff to grant his son-in-law a top-secret security clearance.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

Inside the Hottest Job Market in Half a Century
All sorts of people who have previously had trouble landing a job are now finding work. A look at who's getting ahead, who could be left behind and how long the boom can last.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

Who's Afraid of Amy Klobuchar?
Former aides claim the Minnesota senator is a difficult boss. But are we too tough on tough leaders?

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

Otto Warmbier's Parents Contradict Trump, Blame Kim for Son's Death
The parents of Otto Warmbier blamed North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for their son's death, a day after President Trump said he accepted Mr. Kim's word that he didn't know about Mr. Warmbier's abuse.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

A Month After Scandal, How Virginia's Northam Governs
A month after a scandal erupted over racist photos in his medical-school yearbook, Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has kept a low profile even as he quietly runs the state.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

U.S. to Halt Large-Scale Military Exercises With South Korea
The U.S. military is ceasing annual large-scale joint exercises with South Korea, two U.S. officials said Friday, after the Trump administration deemed them too expensive.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

Biden Leans Toward Another Run, While Heart of His Party Has Shifted
Former Vice President Joe Biden has been on the brink before of launching a presidential campaign, but this time, while proponents see him as Democrats' best chance to win back Midwestern states, millennial voters might want someone new.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

Medicare for All Loses Momentum Among Democrats
Democratic support for Medicare for All is slipping from the high levels seen around the November midterms as voters worry about its price tag and the toll it would take on both private and employer coverage.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

Pompeo Pledges to Defend Philippine Forces in South China Sea
The Philippines shelved a planned review of its military alliance with the U.S. in return for a verbal commitment that American forces would defend the country's vessels in the South China Sea.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

As More Military Women Seek Health Care, VA Pursues Improvements
The number of women using the U.S. veterans health system has tripled since the beginning of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, creating pressure to improve services for an often-overlooked population.

WSJ US News
Mar 01, 2019

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Enters 2020 Presidential Race
Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee said he will seek the Democratic presidential nomination with a campaign focused on addressing climate change.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

House Committees Plans to Interview Trump Organization CFO, Others
House Democrats said they would seek testimony from the chief financial officer and other employees of the Trump Organization, potentially including members of President Trump's family, to follow up on Michael Cohen's accusations of wrongdoing.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

U.S., North Korea Trade Blame for Failed Summit
A summit that might have led to North Korea's first tangible disarmament steps faltered because Pyongyang wouldn't freeze all of its weapons programs and sought billions of dollars in sanctions relief, a senior State Department official said.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

Tax Refunds Bounce Back After Slow Start
Average tax refunds rebounded after a weak start to the tax-filing season, according to Internal Revenue Service data released Thursday that was highlighted by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

Thousands Evacuated in Northern California Flooding
Catastrophic flooding in Northern California left thousands of people evacuated, hundreds of homes underwater and the town of Guerneville in Sonoma County a veritable island.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

New York Governor Appeals to Amazon to Reconsider
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday that he has been in contact with Amazon.com Inc. executives, urging them to rethink their decision to abandon plans for a headquarters campus in Queens.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

GOP Motions in House Put Pressure on Democrats' Unity
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is split with her leadership team over how to handle moderate Democrats who are siding with Republicans on procedural votes to carve out independence from their party.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Pleads Not Guilty to Soliciting Prostitution
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

Democrats Strain for a Unified Message on Venezuela
The Trump administration's push to oust Nicolás Maduro as the president of Venezuela has split Democrats in Congress, rekindling a long-running debate in the party about how aggressively the U.S. should intervene in other countries.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

Senate Confirms Andrew Wheeler as EPA Head
The Senate voted to confirm Andrew Wheeler as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, ratifying President Trump's choice of a former advocate for business interests to lead the agency.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

Beto O'Rourke Says He Has Reached Decision on Possible 2020 Campaign
Beto O'Rourke says he has made a decision on his 2020 plans, and a person familiar with his decision says he won't be making another run for the Senate.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

FTC's New Task Force Could Be Trouble for Big Tech
With a mandate to bring sharper focus to antitrust issues in the tech world, a new Federal Trade Commission task force could emerge as a powerful brake on the nation's internet giants.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

Pedestrian Deaths Reach a Nearly 30-Year High
Smartphone distraction and the growing prevalence of SUVs were cited as possible factors for the jump in motor-vehicle fatalities involving people on foot.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

Trump, North Korea's Kim Seek Path to Denuclearization
President Trump started a second day of high-stakes talks with North Korea's Kim Jong Un by playing down the need for a rapid breakthrough on Pyongyang's nuclear program.

WSJ US News
Feb 28, 2019

House Passes Gun-Control Measure
The House passed an expansion of background checks for nearly all gun sales, a cornerstone of the legislative agenda newly empowered Democrats pledged to enact.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

PG&E Delayed Safety Work on Power Line That Is Prime Suspect in California Wildfire
Since 2013, the state's largest utility has repeatedly postponed upgrades to the high-voltage line that ran near Paradise, Calif., records show. The story of the Caribou-Palermo line is part of California's wildfire reckoning and at the center is PG&E and its track record of safety lapses.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

Supreme Court Blocks Execution of Man With Dementia
A divided Supreme Court ordered further proceedings on whether a man has the mental capacity to understand why he faces the death penalty, in one of two victories for criminal defendants that saw Chief Justice John Roberts join with the court's liberal wing.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

Cohen Says Trump Guided Coverup
President Trump and his company's chief financial officer coordinated with Michael Cohen to pay for the silence of a porn star and conceal Mr. Trump's role in the deal, using sham invoices to cover it up, Mr. Cohen alleged in testimony to the House Oversight Committee.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

Consultant in Unresolved North Carolina Congressional Election Arrested
Leslie McCrae Dowless Jr., the North Carolina political operative at the center of a ballot scandal in an unresolved congressional election, was arrested on criminal charges over activities involving the 2018 and 2016 elections.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

Senate Panel Takes Aim at China-Funded Education Programs in U.S.
A Senate panel recommended abolishing more than 600 China-funded cultural and language programs in the U.S. unless Beijing provides equal access for American public diplomacy efforts in China.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

High Court Hears Case of Memorial Cross at Traffic Circle
A Latin cross built as a World War I memorial appeared likely to remain at a Maryland traffic circle after Supreme Court justices expressed reluctance to disturb the monument at the center of a First Amendment case.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

Trump Inaugural Committee Subpoenaed From D.C. Attorney General
Subpoena seeks documents related to investigation into whether committee spending was "wasteful, mismanaged and/or improperly provided private benefit."

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

U.S. Drops Threat of 25% Tariffs on Chinese Goods
In the strongest sign yet that an accord is near, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said the U.S. was abandoning for now its threat to raise tariffs to 25% on $200 billion of Chinese goods.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

U.S. Employers Resume Fight for More H-2B Visas for Foreign Workers
Employers who rely on seasonal foreign-worker permits are renewing their fight to lift limits on temporary H-2B visas, saying computer problems this year that thwarted many applications highlighted the need to raise the cap.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

Fed's Powell Says Officials Close to Finalizing Portfolio-Runoff Plan
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank is close to announcing plans for ending the runoff of its $4 trillion portfolio of bonds and other assets this year.

WSJ US News
Feb 27, 2019

House Democrats Reveal Plan for Medicare for All
House Democrats unveiled details of a Medicare for All bill that would create a new federally financed health system, a proposal likely to shape a debate among the party's 2020 presidential candidates.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

Cohen to Testify That Trump Engaged in Criminal Conduct While in Office
Donald Trump's former lawyer will for the first time publicly accuse the president of criminal conduct while in office related to a hush-money payment to a porn star.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

Labor Department Proposes Lottery for Seasonal-Worker Visas
The Labor Department is proposing to hold a lottery for businesses seeking seasonal-worker visas, a rule-change intended to alleviate a filing rush that caused a government website to crash earlier this year.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

House Votes to Block Trump's Border-Emergency Declaration
The House voted to block the White House from redirecting federal funds toward building a border wall, and the Senate inched closer to doing the same, raising the specter of President Trump exercising his veto power for the first time.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

Senators Press Drug-Company Executives Over Prices
Leaders from seven drugmakers representing $140 billion in U.S. revenue defended their pricing in a Senate hearing that showcased bipartisan support for what would be some of the most significant changes to the industry in decades.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

Methodists Reject Plan to Open Door to Gay Marriage
The United Methodist Church shot down a plan that would have opened the door to gay marriage in the church, a blow to theological liberals that exposes the rift within the third-largest Christian denomination in the U.S.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

Democrats Press for Data on Separated Immigrant Children
House Democrats voted to require the Trump administration to turn over documents on the policy that separated children from parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

Former Port Authority Director Gets 18 Months in Prison for 'Bridgegate' Role
A former executive at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was sentenced to 18 months in prison for his role in the 2013 traffic-jam scandal known as Bridgegate.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

Trump Pick to Oversee Fannie, Freddie Advances in Senate
A Senate panel voted along party lines to advance the nomination of Mark Calabria, President Trump's pick to help overhaul the way many Americans finance their homes, setting up a likely confirmation this spring.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

FDA Plans Multifaceted Response to Combat Opioid Abuse
The FDA's planned new steps range from new dosage forms to small-quantity packaging along with an overhaul of opioid-safety measures.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

Republican Mark Harris Pulls Out of New North Carolina Election
Mark Harris's decision to drop his run for North Carolina's ninth congressional district comes less than a week after the state elections board called for a new election.

WSJ US News
Feb 26, 2019

FTC Aims New Task Force at Big Tech
The Federal Trade Commission said it would create a new task force to examine potential antitrust violations in the tech industry, signaling tougher scrutiny ahead for the industry's largest companies.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

Manafort's Lawyers Ask Judge for Leniency
Paul Manafort's legal team detailed the former Trump campaign chairman's work for four presidents, his ailing health, and the support he provided his family in a filing, asking a Washington, D.C., federal judge for leniency.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

House Probes Trump Contact With Matthew Whitaker
A House panel believes it has evidence that President Trump asked Matthew Whitaker, at the time the acting attorney general, whether Manhattan U.S. attorney Geoffrey Berman could regain control of his office's investigation into Mr. Trump's former lawyer and his real-estate business.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

Prosecutors Detail Prostitution Solicitation Charges Against Robert Kraft
A state attorney's office in Florida on Monday detailed prostitution solicitation charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

Trump Announces Release of a U.S. Citizen Who Was Held in Yemen
A Texas man who was abducted in Yemen in 2017 has been reunited with his family, President Trump said Monday.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

Trump Budget Proposal Would Protect Military From Steep Spending Cuts
The White House will propose capping next year's federal budget at spending levels enacted in 2011, while effectively exempting the Pentagon from the sharp spending cuts, the Trump administration's top budget official said.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

Lawmakers Face Pressure to Resolve Fate of 'Dreamers'
Members of Congress return to Washington with a monthslong fight over border-security spending behind them, but a familiar dilemma ahead: the unclear fate of hundreds of thousands of young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

Charitable Giving Shifts Toward Large Donations
Charitable giving in 2018 was increasingly concentrated among larger donors, evidence of how the tax-code changes enacted in late 2017 are rippling through the nonprofit sector.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

Pharmaceutical Industry CEOs Face Senate Hearing on Drug Prices
Executives for some of the biggest drug companies will visit Capitol Hill on Tuesday to face tough questions in a Senate hearing on the rising cost of medicines.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

The Identity Crisis Facing Both Republicans and Democrats
Both Republicans and Democrats are in the midst of—and in fact, may be near the end of—significant realignments that are altering who they are and what they stand for, Gerald F. Seib writes.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

Trump Organization Details Level of Profits from Foreign Governments
The Trump Organization said it had donated $191,000 in profits it received from foreign governments in 2018 to the Treasury, nearly 30% more than it reported the previous year.

WSJ US News
Feb 25, 2019

Warren Passes on Big-Ticket Fundraisers in Primary Campaign
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's campaign says she is forgoing traditional private fundraising dinners and receptions during her presidential primary campaign, instead offering "equal access" to all backers.

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