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  • In Battle for Congress, Rising Economy Doesn’t Lift All Districts

    In the midterm elections, dozens of at-risk Republican seats are in places vulnerable to new tariffs, cap on deductions for state and local taxes, or weakening jobs picture. The local picture complicates an already tough job for the Republican Party, which is contending with President Trump’s low approval ratings.

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  • Stakes Are High as States Gear Up to Pick Governors

    The 36 contested races for governor this election year have outsized significance because many of the new crop of state leaders will have some say over the redrawing of legislative and congressional mapsin 2021.

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  • Union Leader Says a New Nafta Won’t Work Without Canada

    The president of the AFL-CIO said a new North American Free Trade Agreement won’t work if it doesn’t include Canada, a day after President Trump indicated his willingness to proceed with a bilateral deal with Mexico alone if necessary.

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  • Trump Looms Over Fight for Control of the Senate

    The fight for the Senate is being fought on a deep red, pro-Trump battlefield. That helps explain why Democrats’ chances of erasing Republicans’ narrow margin are longer than their prospects of winning the House.

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  • U.S. Cuts Millions in Funding to U.N. Palestinian Agency

    The Trump administration is permanently slashing funds to the U.N. refugee agency, in a move that security officials worry could spark Palestinian unrest but that the administration says is part of a wider U.S. strategy.

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  • Trump Signs Executive Order on Retirement Savings

    President Trump signed an executive order Friday directing the government to review rules requiring retirees to start taking annual withdrawals from retirement funds after they turn 70 ½ and to consider making it easier for small businesses to offer employees 401(k) plans

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  • Lawmakers Honor John McCain at U.S. Capitol Rotunda

    Sen. John McCain is lying in state at the U.S. Capitol, one of just over two dozen government officials and military officers to be honored in the seat of the U.S. government after their deaths.

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