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U.S. Coast Guard Still Feeling Government Shutdown Effects, Officials Say
The military service won't be fully caught up till June; its leaders say the shutdown caused an "erosion in readiness."
White Supremacists Think Trump Is 'Kind Of On Their Side,' Fox Host Says
Gerry Baker said there was "no question" about it.
Wynn Resorts Fined $20 Million Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations
By Ken Ritter, Associated Press
Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn, who is facing rape accusations, was not part of the settlement.
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Facebook Is Collecting App Users' Data Without Consent, Wall Street Journal Finds
The company's alleged practices have already prompted lawmakers to act.
Ex-FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe Criticizes Jeff Sessions In New Book
The former acting FBI chief shows his disdain for Sessions in his new book, according to The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.
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Trump Trade War Helps Push Farmers Into Record Number Of Bankruptcies
Dairy farmers were counting on China milk buyers before the trade war. "The problem is both nations have stubborn leaders," an industry analyst said.
Michael Cohen Hired IT Firm To Rig Polls For Trump, And He Owes Them Money: Report
Donald Trump's former lawyer tried to pay part of the fee with a Brazilian fighter's boxing glove, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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Rape Case Investigators Issue Warrant For Cristiano Ronaldo's DNA: Report
The soccer superstar is accused of raping a woman in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2009.
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Mike Pence Aide Imposter Sends Fake Texts To GOP Lawmakers, Sparking FBI Inquiry
The messages were reportedly from an imposter claiming to be Pence's press secretary.
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Trump Inauguration Committee Under Criminal Investigation Over Spending: Report
The committee raised a record $107 million in funds, the Wall Street Journal reported.
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France’s Gas Tax Debacle Bolsters The Case For Green New Deal-Style Climate Policies
Alexander C. Kaufman
Weeks of fiery protest show that climate policy that ignores class doesn't work.
Twitter Users Roast WSJ For Saying Sweatpants Shouldn't Be Worn For Working From Home
The piece also suggested remote employees wear $4,160 earrings for "stressful Skype sessions."
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Disney Employees Say The Theme Parks Are Popular For Scattering Cremated Ashes
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But folks who get caught doing so risk getting tossed from the Happiest Places on Earth.
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Rod Rosenstein Offers 'Forceful Defense' Of 'Appropriate' Russia Probe: WSJ
The deputy attorney general told The Wall Street Journal that the public will, at the end of the day, "have confidence" in the investigation's findings.
A Brief History Of The Wall Street Journal's Support For Right-Wing Authoritarians
The paper's endorsing Brazil's pro-dictatorship candidate is the latest in a proud tradition for its opinion section.
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Chuck Grassley Says Workload May Deter Women From Joining Judiciary Committee
The chairman quickly walked back his remark by saying women in the Senate work "harder than the average man."
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Key Senators Still Undecided As Brett Kavanaugh Vote Looms
By Lisa Mascaro & Alan Fram, AP
Sens. Susan Collins and Jeff Flake are among those who haven't said how they'll vote on the Supreme Court nominee.
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Brett Kavanaugh Defends ‘Too Emotional’ Tone In Wall Street Journal Op-Ed
The Supreme Court nominee cited the backlash he faced over Christine Blasey Ford's accusation as the reason for his behavior.
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Chuck Grassley Demands To See Christine Blasey Ford's Therapy Notes
One mental health expert said it would be "inappropriate" for senators to view all of Ford's records.
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Trump Told Eric Trump And Michael Cohen To Keep Stormy Daniels Quiet: Report
A new report raises questions about the president's ties to his company, currently run by his two eldest sons.
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Wall Street Journal Goes All Out To Defend Kavanaugh Amid Sexual Assault Allegation
"The thing happened ― if it happened ― an awfully long time ago, back in Ronald Reagan’s time," one writer argued Monday.
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Theranos, Embattled Blood-Testing Startup, To Shut Down: WSJ
Founder Elizabeth Holmes was indicted on fraud charges earlier this year.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Overruled Staff On Alex Jones Ban: Report
Dorsey also protected continued Twitter access by white nationalist Richard Spencer, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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Connecticut Is In Crisis -- And Its Troubles Are Hardly Unique
By Jared Bennett, The Center For Public Integrity
The state is caught in an economic straitjacket and there's no easy way out.
Bustle Owner Bryan Goldberg Buys Gawker.com In Bankruptcy Auction
During its tenure, Gawker referred to the Bustle CEO as an “a**hole” and a “self-serving misogynist.”
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CEO Of Company Behind LaCroix Sued For Allegedly Groping 2 Male Pilots
The pilots accused Nick Caporella, head of the National Beverage Corp., of at least 30 incidents of unwanted touching.
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