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Trump Firms Must Save Records for AGs' Emoluments Lawsuit

Trump Firms Must Save Records for AGs' Emoluments Lawsuit

Twenty-three Trump businesses including his Mar-a-Lago Club must retain records after they receive subpoenas from the attorneys general in Maryland and the District of Columbia as part of a lawsuit
As Mass Shootings Fade, Lawmakers Restart Push to Expand Gun Rights

As Mass Shootings Fade, Lawmakers Restart Push to Expand Gun Rights

A bill in the House Judiciary Committee would require states to honor concealed-carry handgun permits issued by other states.
Stabilization Bill Couldn’t Fix the Damage of Repealing Obamacare’s Mandate

Stabilization Bill Couldn’t Fix the Damage of Repealing Obamacare’s Mandate

Passing a bipartisan Obamacare stabilization bill wouldn’t do much to cushion the blow from repealing the health law’s requirement that all individuals buy health insurance, the Congressional Budget
North Korea Claims U.S. in Range of Nuclear Missiles

North Korea Claims U.S. in Range of Nuclear Missiles

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un claimed a missile launch showed he can strike the entire U.S. with a nuclear weapon, signaling a new phase in his standoff with President Donald Trump. Bloomberg
Trump’s Anti-Muslim Retweets Stir Outrage and an Ally’s Rebuke

Trump’s Anti-Muslim Retweets Stir Outrage and an Ally’s Rebuke

Whether or not the videos were accurate, “the threat is real,” the White House says.
EU Pledges Increased African Investments to Slow Migration

EU Pledges Increased African Investments to Slow Migration

European Council President Donald Tusk said the bloc was “ready to do more” to create jobs and economic opportunities for Africa and its people.
Blankenship Plans to Run for Senate in West Virginia

Blankenship Plans to Run for Senate in West Virginia

The former Massey Energy chief executive went to prison after a 2010 mine explosion that left 29 dead.
U.K., EU Working on Irish Border Fix as Brexit Crunch Nears

U.K., EU Working on Irish Border Fix as Brexit Crunch Nears

The U.K. and the European Union are working against the clock to find a compromise on the Irish border that will allow Brexit talks to move on to trade.
Trump Jr. to Be Interviewed by House Intelligence Panel Dec. 6, Source Says

Trump Jr. to Be Interviewed by House Intelligence Panel Dec. 6, Source Says

Donald Trump Jr., the president’s eldest son, will be interviewed behind closed doors next week by the House Intelligence Committee as part of its investigation into Russian election interference.
These Are the Signs That Stocks Are Starting to Turn Really Bullish on Tax Reform

These Are the Signs That Stocks Are Starting to Turn Really Bullish on Tax Reform

It’s starting to look like equity investors are confident that U.S. President Donald Trump and the Republican Congress will succeed in their tax overhaul efforts.
Trump Risks Undermining Travel-Ban Defense With Anti-Muslim Videos

Trump Risks Undermining Travel-Ban Defense With Anti-Muslim Videos

President Donald Trump’s retweet of a series of anti-Muslim videos posted by a leader of a far-right group in the U.K. risks undermining his travel-ban defense a week before two federal appeals courts
Prosecutors Seek 30-Year Sentence for Menendez’s Co-Defendant

Prosecutors Seek 30-Year Sentence for Menendez’s Co-Defendant

A Florida eye doctor whose bribery trial with Senator Robert Menendez ended in a deadlock deserves 30 years in prison for his earlier conviction in a separate health-care fraud case, prosecutors wrote
Drug Charity May Shutter After U.S. Faults Pharma Influence

Drug Charity May Shutter After U.S. Faults Pharma Influence

A medical charity that received hundreds of millions of dollars from pharmaceutical companies lost a crucial stamp of approval from the U.S. government, after allowing its donors improper influence
The Tax Bill Is Hurting Tech Stocks

The Tax Bill Is Hurting Tech Stocks

Trying to explain the Nasdaq 100’s worst drop in three months? Check out the various tax rates American industries actually end up paying the federal government.
A Bernie Sanders Ally From Chicago Is Now Eyeing Washington

A Bernie Sanders Ally From Chicago Is Now Eyeing Washington

Democrat Jesus “Chuy” Garcia is an icon among Hispanic progressives who came close to politically toppling Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel two years ago.
Why Roy Moore Could Still Win the Alabama Senate Race

Why Roy Moore Could Still Win the Alabama Senate Race

Republicans’ long-standing strength in the state. Widespread anti-abortion sentiment. Evangelical voters’ loyalty.
Violent Videos Trump Retweeted Came From Syria, Egypt

Violent Videos Trump Retweeted Came From Syria, Egypt

One of the videos was one released by an al-Qaida affiliate in 2013.
Before Election, Putin Offers $8.6 Billion to Russians to Have More Babies

Before Election, Putin Offers $8.6 Billion to Russians to Have More Babies

He says Russia must do more to create “additional incentives for the birth of the second and third child.”
Supreme Court Justices Hint at More Digital-Privacy Protections

Supreme Court Justices Hint at More Digital-Privacy Protections

U.S. Supreme Court justices hinted they may curb the power of law enforcement officials to track people using mobile-phone data, expressing concern about privacy intrusions in the digital age.
Zarrab Takes Jury on Trip Through a Sanctions-Evasion Plot

Zarrab Takes Jury on Trip Through a Sanctions-Evasion Plot

A New York jury got the first glimpse of the intricacies Iran allegedly used to get around U.S. sanctions as gold trader Reza Zarrab detailed a years-long plot involving tens of millions of dollars in