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Jan 19, 2019

Trump Offers to Support DACA Protections for Border-Wall Funding
President Trump said Saturday he supported temporary protections from deportation for some undocumented immigrants in the U.S. in exchange for $5.7 billion to build the southern border wall.

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Jan 19, 2019

Women's Marches Aim to Rev Momentum Ahead of 2020
A third annual wave of women's marches was kicking off in hundreds of cities Saturday, with organizers saying this year's goal is to build momentum for the 2020 elections. Marches were planned in cities across the U.S., including New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Houston, Los Angeles and Denver.

WSJ US News
Jan 19, 2019

Gillibrand Makes Trip to Iowa to Court Caucus Votes
New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand made her first visit to Iowa on Friday since announcing her campaign, joining a growing field of Democrats vying for 2020 nomination.

WSJ US News
Jan 19, 2019

Special Counsel Disputes BuzzFeed Report Alleging Trump Directed Cohen to Lie to Congress
The special counsel's office issued a rare statement disputing a BuzzFeed report that said President Trump directed his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, to lie to Congress about the president's involvement in a real-estate deal with Russia during the 2016 campaign.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Justice Department's Reversal on Online Gambling Tracked Memo From Adelson Lobbyists
The legal reasoning behind the Justice Department's unusual reversal this week of an opinion that paved the way for online gambling hewed closely to arguments made by lobbyists for casino magnate and top Republican donor Sheldon Adelson.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Trump Team Split on Border-Wall Strategy
President Trump is being pulled in opposite directions over his way out of the partial government shutdown. His re-election campaign on Friday planned to have "red faux bricks" sent to Democrats.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Chicago Officer Sentenced to Nearly 7 Years for Laquan McDonald Death
Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke was sentenced to six years, nine months in prison for the killing of Laquan McDonald. Mr. Van Dyke was convicted of second-degree homicide in October.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Trump, Kim to Hold Second Nuclear Summit in February
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet for a second time in February, the White House announced Friday following a series of meetings between U.S. and North Korean officials in Washington.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Farms, More Productive Than Ever, Are Poisoning Drinking Water in Rural America
One in seven Americans drink from private wells, which are being polluted by contaminants from manure and fertilizer. The problem pits neighbor against neighbor in rural communities across the country.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Trump Administration Sets Final Rules for New Business Tax Deduction
The Trump administration set final rules for a new deduction that will provide significant savings for many business owners, providing more clarity for real-estate owners and service-industry businesses.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

DNC Says Russia Tried to Hack Its Computers After Midterms
The Democratic National Committee said it was targeted by an unsuccessful cyberattack eight days after the 2018 midterm elections—and believes one of the Russian hacking groups that broke into its network during the 2016 presidential campaign was behind the attempted intrusion.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Democratic Picks for Agencies Held Up by Shutdown
The furloughing of federal workers is straining the White House's ability to do the paperwork necessary to nominate three people for positions at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Proposed ACA Rules Could Boost Costs for Millions of People
The Trump administration proposed changes that could raise health insurance costs for millions of Americans who get coverage on the job or receive subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Pelosi Gives Up on Overseas Trip, Citing Security Concerns
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was to fly overseas on a commercial jet after President Trump denied her the use of a military aircraft—but she canceled those plans, saying the White House had made the trip unsafe.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Proposed ACA Rules Could Lift Costs for Millions of People
The Trump administration proposed changes that could raise health insurance costs for millions of Americans who get coverage on the job or receive subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Skadden Arps Settles With DOJ Over Work With Manafort for Ukraine
Law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom has agreed to turn over $4.6 million it made from work it did for Ukraine in 2012 with ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, according to an agreement with the Justice Department released Thursday.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

The Man Behind Billionaires' Row Battles to Sell the World's Tallest Condo
Extell's Gary Barnett remade Manhattan's skyline and spurred a supertall-tower boom with One57. In a faltering real-estate market, he's hoping to sell the ultra-rich on Central Park Tower.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Thousands More Children Were Separated From Parents by U.S. Authorities, Watchdog Says
Thousands more children were separated from their parents by U.S. immigration authorities at the border than had been "generally known," a government watchdog said, adding that the total number will likely never be known.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Cohen Hired IT Firm to Rig Early CNBC, Drudge Polls to Favor Trump
In early 2015, the owner of a small tech company showed up at Trump Tower to collect $50,000 for helping Michael Cohen try to rig online polls in Donald Trump's favor before the presidential campaign. He says he never got what he was owed.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Chicago Officers Found Not Guilty of Conspiracy in Laquan McDonald Shooting
A suspended Chicago police officer and two former officers were found not guilty of falsifying reports and conspiring to cover up the 2014 fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald by police officer Jason Van Dyke.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

America's Other Endless War: Battling al-Shabaab in Somalia
The death of Staff Sgt. Alex Conrad puts into sharp relief the cost of America's long fight against the militant group. It is just one of a series of under-the-radar conflicts, in Africa, South Asia and the Middle East, which have simmered since 9/11.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Army Releases a Critical History of the War in Iraq
The Army published a study of the U.S. war in Iraq that criticizes decisions of some of the service's most senior officers and outlines hard-learned lessons from the conflict.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

EU Nations Set to Snub Washington's Latest Anti-Iran Push
Fresh U.S. efforts to enlist Europe in its pressure campaign against Iran faced a setback after officials said ministers from several European Union countries will likely skip a summit organized by Washington on Iran and the Middle East.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Harvey Weinstein's Criminal Lawyer Exits Case
The Hollywood producer and his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, are parting ways, throwing a wrench in the filmmaker's legal strategy and potentially delaying his May trial in New York City.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Trump Moves to Block Pelosi's Overseas Trip Until After Shutdown
President Trump moved to block an overseas trip by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi by denying her the use of military aircraft, a day after Mrs. Pelosi recommended delaying his State of the Union address until the government reopens.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

Trump Outlines Broader Missile-Defense Strategy
President Trump called for an expanded and more sophisticated missile-defense system and said U.S. allies must share in future costs of protection.

WSJ US News
Jan 18, 2019

U.S. Debates Lifting China Tariffs to Hasten Trade Deal, Calm Markets
U.S. officials are debating ratcheting back tariffs on Chinese imports as a way to calm markets and give Beijing an incentive to make deeper concessions in a trade battle that has rattled global economies.

WSJ US News
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 17, 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
Jan 16, 2019

Pelosi Asks Trump to Delay State of the Union Address
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged President Trump to delay his State of the Union address until the government is reopened, while some White House officials are privately advising him to find a way to end the shutdown.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

Huawei Targeted in Criminal Probe for Alleged Theft of Trade Secrets
American prosecutors are pursuing a criminal investigation of China's Huawei Technologies for allegedly stealing trade secrets from U.S. business partners.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

Bernie Sanders, Former Staffers Meet After Harassment Allegations
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on Wednesday heard directly from a group of former campaign staffers who said they faced sexual harassment and discrimination from colleagues during his 2016 presidential campaign.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

Grassley Sees Shutdown Delaying Major Trade Talks
The chairman of the Senate Finance Committee said the Trump administration's trade negotiations appear to be in jeopardy amid reductions in staff at the U.S. trade representative's office. The White House denied it.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

Engler Steps Down as Interim President at Michigan State
Michigan State University's governing board will ask Interim President John Engler to resign or vote on whether to fire him Thursday, after months of controversy. The former Michigan governor was brought in to steady the ship after the Larry Nassar gymnast sex-abuse scandal.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

At Least Four Americans Killed in ISIS-Claimed Attack in Syria
A bombing in Syria claimed by Islamic State killed at least four Americans on Wednesday, according to the Pentagon, reigniting a debate in Washington over President Trump's plan to withdraw troops from the country.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

U.S.-Russia Nuclear Pact Moves Closer to Collapse
Efforts to rescue a nuclear weapons treaty in place between the U.S. and Russia since the Cold War are on the brink of collapse.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

Watchdog Finds Flaws in Review of Trump Hotel Lease
A watchdog report said the General Services Administration improperly ignored a constitutional provision when it was reviewing whether to allow the Trump International Hotel in Washington to keep its lease after President Trump's inauguration.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

New House Financial Services Chair Targets Mulvaney
House Democrats plan to target White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney over his previous role as the Trump administration's temporary head of a federal consumer watchdog agency.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

Will Barr Revive the 1990s Tough-on-Crime Approach?
William Barr's vision of law and order was forged at the height of the 1990s crack epidemic, when the consensus was for long mandatory prison sentences. But President Trump's pick for attorney general is signaling his stance has shifted.

WSJ US News
Jan 16, 2019

IRS Offers Penalty Reprieve to Taxpayers Adjusting to New Law
Some taxpayers who didn't have enough money withheld from their paychecks last year won a reprieve from the IRS.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

How to Make Money Trading: Hack Into SEC, Peek at 157 Secret Earnings Reports
According to a government complaint, a hacker and his associates spent six months rooting around the SEC's corporate-filing system. The disclosures of how the hack worked is a black eye for the agency, which is itself responsible for policing companies' cyber defenses.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

House Lawmakers Formally Admonish Rep. Steve King for Racist Comments
The House passed a resolution of disapproval aimed at Republican Rep. Steve King for his comments questioning why white supremacy was deemed offensive in the U.S., which spurred lawmakers, including fellow Republicans, to encourage the nine-term congressman to find a new job.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

'El Chapo' Bribed Former Mexican President, Former Drug Trafficker Tells Court
An alleged top drug-trafficker for Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán testified in federal court the infamous Mexican drug lord paid a $100 million bribe in October 2012 to Mexico's then-President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

Barr Defends Mueller, Says He Won't Cave to Pressure From Trump
Attorney-general nominee William Barr promised on Tuesday never to cave to political pressure from President Trump, and to allow Robert Mueller's probe of Russian election interference to proceed to its conclusion.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

White House Looks to Chip Away at Democrats' Resolve on Shutdown
The White House is working to peel off rank-and-file Democrats from the party leadership to pick up votes for President Trump's proposed border wall, but is finding little appetite from caucus members to negotiate on their own.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

Purdue Pharma Family Influenced Opioid Marketing, Lawsuit Says
Internal emails emerged Tuesday in an amended complaint that showed Sackler family members may have participated in the aggressive marketing of opioids.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand to Launch Exploratory Committee for 2020 Presidential Bid
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand said Tuesday that she is forming an exploratory committee for the 2020 Democratic nomination, seeking to mobilize women who have fueled opposition to President Trump.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

Senate Advances Measure to Block Rusal's Dropping From Sanctions List
The vote will likely rattle global aluminum markets amid worries that Russian company United Co. Rusal, the world's second-largest producer, will remain off limits if lawmakers are successful in rejecting the Treasury Department's proposal.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

Jerome Corsi Says Mueller Subpoenas Stepson
The conservative author said prosecutors looking into Russian election interference have ordered his stepson, Andrew Stettner, to appear before a grand jury. The investigation is focusing on Mr. Corsi's links to Trump adviser Roger Stone and WikiLeaks.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

Mueller Probe Likely to Restrict Michael Cohen's Testimony
The House testimony next month by Michael Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer, is expected to be highly restricted to avoid interfering with the special counsel's Russia investigation, suggesting the hearing may be less explosive than anticipated.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

Census Can't Ask About Citizenship, Judge Rules
The Trump administration's addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census was unlawful "for a multitude of independent reasons," a federal judge in New York ruled.

WSJ US News
Jan 15, 2019

Pentagon Extends Deployments at Mexican Border to September
U.S. troops will remain on their mission at the border until Sept. 30, the Defense Department announced Monday, as President Trump and Democratic lawmakers are deadlocked over building a wall.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

House Democrats Plan Bills Aimed at Ending Shutdown
House Democrats this week plan to vote on two bills aimed at reopening the government, as President Trump again called on them to end the partial shutdown by supporting his request for a wall along the southern border.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

Los Angeles Teachers Begin Strike
The walkout in the second-biggest school district in the U.S. comes at an impasse after nearly two years of contract bargaining. The school system plans to stay open, with its 480,000 students heading to auditoriums instead of classrooms.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

House GOP Removes Steve King From Panels After Comments on White Supremacy
Republicans stripped Rep. Steve King from his committee assignments on Monday for questioning what was wrong with white supremacy in the U.S., and House Democrats took steps to admonish the Iowa Republican.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

TSA Staffing Shortages Spread Amid Government Shutdown
Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the latest U.S. airport to confront staffing shortfalls amid the partial government shutdown, closing one of its security checkpoints due to a lack of TSA officers.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

Judge Blocks Rules Letting Employers Opt Out of Covering Birth Control
A federal judge temporarily blocked a revised set of Trump administration rules allowing employers with religious or moral objections to opt out of providing their workers with health insurance that covers birth control.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

Man Charged in Kidnapping Had Only Seen Girl Once Before Abduction
The Wisconsin man charged with kidnapping a 13-year-old girl and murdering her parents had only seen the girl once before abducting her and holding her for nearly three months under his bed.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

UNC Chancellor to Step Down Amid Silent Sam Rift
The chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said late Monday she will step down at the end of the academic year, but will first use her authority to remove the base of a controversial Confederate statue.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

Barr to Tell Senate He Would Allow Mueller to Finish Russia Probe
Attorney general nominee William Barr plans to testify Tuesday that it is "vitally important" Robert Mueller be allowed to complete the Russia investigation, amid heightened scrutiny of President Trump's interactions with Moscow.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

From Legal Pot to a Plastic Bags Ban, New York Budget to Cover More Than Just Money
The coming New York state budget is going to be about more than dollars and cents.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

U.S., EU Set Conflicting Goals for Looming Trade Talks
The U.S. and European Union are staking out sharply different goals for coming trade negotiations, raising the prospect for renewed trans-Atlantic commercial tensions.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

Trump Says He 'Never Worked for Russia'
President Trump rejected the notion that there was anything inappropriate in his dealings with Moscow, responding to heightened scrutiny of his interactions with Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

Democratic Narrative Misses the Reality of 2018
As the 2020 presidential race begins, a narrative is taking root among Democrats that their key voters are young, liberal and rebellious. But that misses the people who actually delivered success in 2018.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

Trump Bullish on China Trade Deal
President Trump said China is feeling the pain from U.S. tariffs, but talks so far on a trade deal between the two nations haven't yielded concrete results.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

Trump Speaks With Turkey's Erdogan, Repeats Warning to Not Harm Kurds
President Trump discussed the U.S. troop withdrawal from Syria with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday and again advised his counterpart against targeting Kurdish populations in the area, a White House spokeswoman said.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

GOP Senator Pushes Temporary Deal to Open Government
A top Republican senator said he asked President Trump to reopen the federal government at least temporarily but that the president first wants an agreement on border-wall funding.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

PG&E Sparked at Least 1,500 California Fires. Now the Utility Faces Collapse
The largest utility in the drought-plagued Golden State has struggled to reduce fire risks. Its equipment keeps igniting blazes, threatening the company's future.

WSJ US News
Jan 14, 2019

White House Sought Options to Strike Iran
National security adviser John Bolton asked the Pentagon to provide the White House with military options to strike Iran in the wake of attacks near the U.S. Embassy and consulate in Iraq last September.

WSJ US News
Jan 13, 2019

Attorney General Nominee William Barr to Face Questions From Senators
William Barr, President Trump's pick to be the next attorney general, goes before the Senate Judiciary Committee this week for his confirmation hearing.

WSJ US News
Jan 13, 2019

Shutdown Pinches Economic Growth
The partial federal government shutdown is showing signs of disrupting commerce as hundreds of thousands of federal workers missed out on their first payday of the closure late last week.

WSJ US News
Jan 13, 2019

Slush, Snow, the 'Cobo Cough.' Detroit Holds Its Last Winter Auto Show
Most Germans are no-shows. For other auto executives, it's a long, chilly goodbye to Detroit in January; ‘it just won't be the same.'

WSJ US News
Jan 13, 2019

Trump Didn't Deploy Note Takers at Putin Meeting
President Trump didn't have official note takers present at his introductory meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and many top administration officials never were briefed on the discussion, according to several officials familiar with the matter.

WSJ US News
Jan 13, 2019

Winter Storm Kills at Least 10, Brings Outages
The powerful system left a path of disruption from Kansas to Washington, D.C., over the weekend, knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of households and causing hundreds of accidents on snow- and ice-covered highways.

WSJ US News
Jan 13, 2019

It's Not Easy Being Andy Byford When Your Job Is to Save the NYC Subway
New York City's subway chief Andy Byford has improved subway service and drawn praise for a customer-focused approach since taking the job a year ago. He says the past year has been the busiest of his life.

WSJ US News
Jan 13, 2019

Democrats Promise Probe of Trump Meetings With Putin
House Democrats on Saturday said they would explore allegations President Trump has sought to limit documentation of his meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

WSJ US News
Jan 13, 2019

Shutdown Breaks Record for Longest in Modern History
The partial government shutdown became the longest in modern U.S. history on Sunday as the impasse over funding for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border stretched into its 23rd day.

WSJ US News
Jan 12, 2019

Where the Government Shutdown Hits Hardest
A look at where federal workers affected by the partial government shutdown are based, and how their salaries measure up to averages in those regions, helps draw a picture of the potential impact on local economies.

WSJ US News
Jan 12, 2019

Emergency Q&A: How Opponents Could Sue to Block Trump's Border Wall
Critics of the Trump administration say they might sue if the president declares a national emergency to sidestep congressional opposition to his goal of a wall along the Mexican border. How might such litigation play out?

WSJ US News
Jan 12, 2019

Would Big Pharma Pay for the Wall?
Ensuring the federal government reopens soon is very much in the pharmaceutical industry's interest. Absent a deal, the FDA will run out of funds to process applications for new drugs.

WSJ US News
Jan 12, 2019

Shutdown Set to Eclipse Longest in Modern History
The partial government shutdown has matched the longest in modern U.S. history, an impasse of 21 days under President Bill Clinton.

WSJ US News
Jan 11, 2019

U.S. Probes Boeing Satellite Deal Backed by China
The SEC and the Commerce Department are investigating Boeing's relationship with a satellite startup backed by a Chinese government-owned firm, following a WSJ article last month.

WSJ US News
Jan 11, 2019

Trump Administration Plans Effort to Let States Remodel Medicaid
The Trump administration is readying guidance that could let states remodel their Medicaid programs to more closely resemble block grant proposals, according to people familiar with the discussions.

WSJ US News
Jan 11, 2019

Florida Governor Suspends Sheriff Over Deadly Parkland Shooting
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel has faced criticism and calls for his removal from office because of his department's handling of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 people dead.

WSJ US News
Jan 11, 2019

Fed Releases Detailed Transcripts of 2013 Policy Meetings
Transcripts released by the Federal Reserve on Friday revealed the extent of then-governor Jerome Powell's concerns about the central bank's 2013 stimulus program of bond purchases.

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