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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.

Republicans to Push Ahead on Kavanaugh Confirmation

Senate Republicans said they would push forward with their efforts to confirm Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh--who has been accused of sexual assault—and a White House spokesman said the administration was going “full steam ahead” to support him.

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.

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.

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.

U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 49-Year Low

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

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.

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.

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.

Pompeo Backed Saudis in Yemen Despite Staff Objections

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo backed U.S. military support for Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen over objections of staff members after being warned a cutoff could jeopardize $2 billion in weapons sales to Gulf allies.

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.

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.

Senators in Standoff Over Kavanaugh Sexual-Assault Allegations

Democrats and Republicans remained locked in a fight over how to investigate sexual-assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

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.

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.

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.

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 amid U.S. efforts to combat foreign influence operations.


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