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The former vice president is considering naming a running mate earlier in the primary than is customary, and the possibility of serving only one term.
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President Trump updated an earlier assertion that the territory held by the group in Syria was “100 percent” reclaimed, despite reports of continuing fighting.
Airlines had to pay extra for two optional upgrades that could warn pilots about sensor malfunctions. Now the company is making one of them standard.
President Trump continued his criticism of the late Senator John McCain during a speech at a tank plant in Lima, Ohio, on Wednesday.
The police unit, in Columbus, Ohio, has become the subject of a federal corruption investigation. Last week, one of the unit’s detectives was indicted on federal charges.
Peratrovich and her husband rallied Natives to ensure the passage of the 1945 Anti-Discrimination Act, the first anti-discrimination law in the United States.
Along the Missouri, John Remus controls a network of dams that dictates the fate of millions. ‘It was not designed to handle this.’
Gov. Matt Bevin said he intentionally exposed his children to chickenpox. Of people who shun vaccines, he said, the government “should not be forcing this.”
Beto O’Rourke, the former Texas congressman, has joined a crowded presidential field. We followed him as he tested his frenetic campaign style in Iowa, where the first caucus votes will be cast in February 2020.
Patrick M. Shanahan’s relationship with his former employers, and complaints that he disparaged Boeing competitors while at the Pentagon, have come under scrutiny.
Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chairman, said interest rates would remain unchanged and provided a fairly downbeat economic assessment.
President Trump, speaking in Ohio, exaggerated his role in Mr. McCain’s funeral, mischaracterized the senator’s record on veterans issues and cited misleading statistics on the economy and tanks.
Mr. Trump has previously declined to commit to making the Mueller report public, but on Wednesday said the attorney general should “let it come out.”