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From today, July 22, 2018
- Officials Probing Duck Boat Sinking Focus on Weather Warnings
Federal officials probing the sinking of an amphibious tour boat in Missouri are focusing on how the operator used information from a private weather service to proceed.
- Trump Makes Most Pointed Criticism Yet of Attorney Michael Cohen
President Donald Trump said that a recording of him talking about payments to a former Playboy Playmate may have been illegal, making his most pointed criticism yet of attorney Michael Cohen.
- Mnuchin 'Wouldn't Minimize' Chance of Tariffs on All Chinese Goods
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he ?wouldn?t minimize? the possibility that the U.S. will impose tariffs on all $500 billion worth of goods that the U.S. imports from China, amplifying a threat made by President Donald Trump.
- Mother and Son Reunited After Being Separated at Border in May
Delsy Guadalupe ?Lupe? Serrano Torres was separated from her son in May at the U.S.-Mexico border near El Paso, Texas, following a long journey from Honduras. They were finally reunited in New York.
- Zinke Meets With Group Seeking to Drain San Francisco Reservoir
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is interested in restoring the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in Yosemite National Park to its natural state after more than 100 years of providing water to San Francisco.
- Detention-Center Operators Face Suits Over $1-a-Day Work Programs
Private prison companies are facing legal pressure over work programs at detention centers that pay migrants $1 a day. The companies say the workers are volunteers and the rate was set by Congress.
- America Is Running Out of Family Caregivers, Just When It Needs Them Most
Family members have long been the backbone of the nation?s long-term care system. But smaller, more far-flung families mean fewer of these unpaid helpers to attend to the rising population of elderly Americans. ?Are you really my daughter??
- Carter Page Surveillance Documents Set Off New Skirmish
The weekend release of top-secret surveillance warrants reignited partisan skirmishes over whether the Justice Department was justified in monitoring a former Trump campaign adviser.
- President Holds Sway on Any New Russia Sanctions
New law was activated after indictments in February. Lawmakers watch to see if administration will use it again.
- Have a Ball, Putin Told Trump at Helsinki Summit
Official gift-giving is a diplomatic commonplace, but state souvenirs, like the World Cup soccer ball the U.S. president received in Finland, create security, protocol and ethics challenges.
- In Letter to Trump, Mexico's President-Elect Seeks 'Common Path'
In a conciliatory letter to President Donald Trump, Mexico?s president- elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador said he is ready to start a new stage in U.S.-Mexico relations.
- Sanctuary Immigration Policies in Limbo
Legal challenges to Attorney General Sessions? crackdown on ?sanctuary? practices have left policies in an uneven state, with both sides claiming victory.
- 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.
- Developer Gets Loan for Downtown Brooklyn Office ?
The developer behind a Brooklyn downtown office project has landed a $235 million construction loan from a large Canadian real estate lender.