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EPA Report Faults Response to Flint Water Crisis

Weak oversight at local, state and federal levels delayed action to protect Michigan city’s residents, the inspector general says.

Trump Criticizes Fed Rate Rises in Break With Policy Custom

President Donald Trump delivered a rare presidential critique of the Federal Reserve, saying he hoped the central bank would stop raising interest rates.

Trump Invites Putin to U.S.

The White House revealed it has invited Vladimir Putin here to another summit in the fall, surprising lawmakers and officials who said they still hadn’t been told what was agreed to this week in Helsinki.

Yosemite-Area Fire Continues to Grow

A fast-burning wildfire near Yosemite National Park continued to grow Thursday, fueled by dangerously dry and hot conditions across the West.

South Carolina Fights U.S. Plan to Abandon Nuclear Project Costing $1.2 Million a Day

The U.S. Energy Department says it is spending over a million dollars a day on a partially built plutonium-disposal facility that it would like to repurpose to do something else.

U.S. Says About 1,600 Separated Children Have Reunification Approval

The Trump administration told a federal court Thursday that roughly 1,600 immigrant children separated from their parents at the Mexican border have been approved to be reunited with their parents, while about 900 still haven’t been approved.

Companies Commit to Job Training in White House Initiative

President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at spurring new investments for training American workers to help them secure jobs.

U.S. Jobless Claims Hit Lowest Level Since 1969

The number of Americans claiming new unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level in nearly five decades.

Ross: 'Too Early to Say' Whether National-Security Probe Will Bring Auto Tariffs

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said it is “too early” to say whether the Trump administration will move ahead with proposed tariffs of up to 25% on imported vehicles and auto parts.

U.S. to Toughen Foreign-Investment Reviews Amid Trade Fight With China

Congress is poised to strengthen the procedures for vetting both foreign investments in the U.S. and overseas transactions involving cutting-edge American technology.

Three Top FBI Cybersecurity Officials to Retire

Three of the top cybersecurity officials at the Federal Bureau of Investigation are retiring from government service—departures that come as cyberattacks are a major concern for the country’s security agencies.

Trump Judicial Nominee Withdraws After Concerns Over Racially Insensitive Writing

A prominent federal appeals court nominee withdrew from consideration on Thursday after a Republican senator voiced concern over what he said were racially insensitive writings by the nominee several years ago, and other GOP lawmakers joined him in opposition.

America's Factory Towns, Once Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven

In one generation, manufacturing districts have flipped from Democratic strongholds to Republican ones. The swing is remaking both parties on issues from trade to social policy—and could shape the midterm elections.

Health-Care Coverage Is Increasingly Determined by Where You Live

The Trump administration has been rolling back sections of the Obama-era health law piece by piece, prompting states to fill the void, either to buttress or countermand changes from Washington. The result is that the country is increasingly returning to a pre-ACA landscape, where the coverage plans will differ widely across the country.

A Nearly Century-Old Steam Pipe Explodes in Manhattan

A nearly century-old steam pipe exploded in Manhattan, tearing open a city street and sending mud, debris and asbestos spewing into the air as commuters headed to work. The blast injured five.


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