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U.S. Shutdown, Brexit, Congo: Your Thursday Briefing

U.S. Shutdown, Brexit, Congo: Your Thursday Briefing

President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
Judge Dismisses Part of Ashley Judd’s Lawsuit Against Harvey Weinstein

Judge Dismisses Part of Ashley Judd’s Lawsuit Against Harvey Weinstein

Ashley Judd has claimed that her career withered because Harvey Weinstein spread lies about her in Hollywood after she rejected his sexual requests.
Down and Out of Tennis at 22. Back at 28.

Down and Out of Tennis at 22. Back at 28.

Rebecca Marino played this week in the Australian Open qualifying tournament, her first appearance at a Grand Slam event since 2013.
Fiat Chrysler Is Expected to Pay Nearly $650 Million in Emissions Case

Fiat Chrysler Is Expected to Pay Nearly $650 Million in Emissions Case

A Jeep Grand Cherokee at a Florida dealership in 2015. As part of a settlement of lawsuits over its emissions tests, Fiat Chrysler will pay owners of affected vehicles about $2,500.
Trump Thinks He’s His Own Best Messenger. Where Does That Leave Bill Shine?

Trump Thinks He’s His Own Best Messenger. Where Does That Leave Bill Shine?

Bill Shine, a former Fox News executive who runs President Trump’s communications team, has confined his role mainly to stagecraft.
Congo Says Felix Tshisekedi Won Election, Rebuffing Independent Review

Congo Says Felix Tshisekedi Won Election, Rebuffing Independent Review

Felix Tshisekedi, left, was declared the winner of Congo's presidential election on Thursday, despite independent assessments that a rival, Martin Fayulu, was the top vote-getter.
Doug Jones Seeks Inquiry Into Misinformation Efforts in Alabama Senate Race

Doug Jones Seeks Inquiry Into Misinformation Efforts in Alabama Senate Race

Senator Doug Jones, Democrat of Alabama, is considered one of the most vulnerable Senate incumbents in 2020.
News Analysis: Trump’s Emergency Powers Threat Could End Shutdown Crisis, but at What Cost?

News Analysis: Trump’s Emergency Powers Threat Could End Shutdown Crisis, but at What Cost?

If President Trump invokes emergency powers to build a wall along the southern border, it could be a mutually face-saving way to reopen the government, but also an extraordinary violation of
In Adam Gase, Jets Pick a Coach They Could Rarely Beat

In Adam Gase, Jets Pick a Coach They Could Rarely Beat

Adam Gase with the Dolphins during a game against the Bills in December.
El Chapo Trial: Kingpin Used Spyware to Obsessively Monitor His Wife and Mistress

El Chapo Trial: Kingpin Used Spyware to Obsessively Monitor His Wife and Mistress

Emma Coronel Aispuro, right, the wife of the Mexican kingpin known as El Chapo, at his trial on Wednesday.
Washington’s Strong Economy, Financed by Taxpayers, Takes a Hit From Shutdown

Washington’s Strong Economy, Financed by Taxpayers, Takes a Hit From Shutdown

A restaurant in the Federal Triangle section of Washington was nearly empty on Tuesday.
I Am Pro-Life. Don’t Call Me Anti-Abortion.

I Am Pro-Life. Don’t Call Me Anti-Abortion.

Demonstrators on opposite sides of the abortion debate outside the Supreme Court in June.
Florida Governor Suspends Sheriff Over Parkland Shooting

Florida Governor Suspends Sheriff Over Parkland Shooting

Sheriff Scott Israel of Broward County, Fla., has faced blistering criticism from family members of the Parkland shooting victims. The new governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, promised as a candidate to

Video Shows Police Officers Beating Men on Manhattan Street in Wild Melee

The officers pummeled a man in the chaotic confrontation, which has prompted an Internal Affairs investigation about whether excessive force was used, the police said.
Government Shutdown Curtails F.D.A. Food Inspections

Government Shutdown Curtails F.D.A. Food Inspections

The F.D.A. has cut back inspections at manufacturing and processing plants for fruits, vegetables, seafood and other foods during the federal government shutdown.
Research Details How Junk Food Companies Influence China’s Nutrition Policy

Research Details How Junk Food Companies Influence China’s Nutrition Policy

Coca-Cola products on a shelf in a Beijing supermarket. While public health campaigns in China promote exercise, they omit the value of cutting calories or reducing intake of processed foods and