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Ford Will Testify on Allegations Against Kavanaugh Thursday

The stage was set for a dramatic public hearing over sexual-assault allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, with Democrats planning to delve broadly into the Supreme Court nominee’s past and Republicans aiming to keep a narrow focus on the substance of the accusations.


Hopes Rise for Release of U.S. Pastor Being Held in Turkey

Turkish authorities are sending signals that an American pastor facing terrorism charges could be released next month, raising fresh hopes in the U.S. that the polarizing dispute will soon be resolved.


More Voters Want Democrats to Control Congress, New Poll Shows

The Democratic Party’s political advantage has grown in the home stretch of the midterm campaign, powered by strong support among women and a majority looking for a change from President Trump’s course, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found.


Struggling U.S. Farmers Worry About a Resurgent Russia

Russian wheat exports are booming despite a crushing price slump, as the country’s farmers finally emerge from decades of neglect. They’re positioned to extend their gains at the expense of American outfits, who are threatened by tariffs.


Low Unemployment, Slow Wage Growth Bring Renewed Labor Strife

The humming economy is bringing more labor strife. In recent weeks, unionized hotel housekeepers in Chicago, distillery workers in Kentucky and crane operators in Seattle have all walked off the job to pressure employers for better pay and benefits.


Bill Cosby to Be Sentenced This Week

Bill Cosby faces as many as 10 years in prison for each of three counts of aggravated indecent assault, when his sentencing hearing starts Monday.


Six Siblings of Rep. Paul Gosar Appear in Campaign Ad Against Him

Six of Republican Rep. Paul Gosar’s siblings are urging Arizonans to vote him out of office in a new campaign ad that puts another family’s intense political divisions in the national spotlight.


While Trump Grumbles About Fed, His Picks Exude Pragmatism

President Trump’s pique over the Federal Reserve’s interest-rate increases this summer stoked fears about a looming blowup between the White House and the central bank. But his nominees to the Fed’s board show his administration isn’t spoiling for a fight.


At U.N., Leaders Face Global Problems---And Contrasting Views

World leaders streamed into New York for the annual United Nations General Assembly gathering this week, taking aim at persistent global challenges that include wars in the Middle East, nuclear weapons in North Korea, the world-wide flow of refugees and climate change.


Trump Administration Targets Immigrants on Public Assistance

Legal immigrants who use or appear likely to tap public assistance programs could find it harder to come to the U.S. or stay permanently under a Trump administration proposal released Saturday.


China Says Trump Administration Is a Trade Bully as New Tariffs Take Effect

China’s State Council accused the Trump administration of being a trade bully and abandoning important communication channels, as a new round of tariffs took effect.


New U.S. Sanctions Target Russian Arms Deals

New sanctions on Russia, announced this week by the U.S., are meant as messages to other countries to curtail their purchases of Russian weapons, experts said.


Lawyer for Kavanaugh's Accuser Faces Tough Scrutiny

Debra Katz has worked on women’s rights for decades, but the political, social and legal stakes in the Kavanaugh case raise the bar



 

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