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U.S. to Cap Refugee Admissions at 30,000 in 2019, Pompeo Says

U.S. to Cap Refugee Admissions at 30,000 in 2019, Pompeo Says

The U.S. will lower the cap for refugee admissions to 30,000 in the fiscal year of 2019 to focus on a backlog of cases and efforts that aim to reduce the number of applicants, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday.

Published 2 months ago

Probe of FEMA Chief Brock Long Referred to Prosecutors

Probe of FEMA Chief Brock Long Referred to Prosecutors

An investigation targeting President Trump’s top emergency-management official has been referred to federal prosecutors to determine whether criminal charges should be pursued.

Published 2 months ago

Is Tesla or Exxon More Sustainable? It Depends Whom You Ask

Is Tesla or Exxon More Sustainable? It Depends Whom You Ask

As investors back more companies based on social factors, more questions are coming up about how they are graded.

Published 2 months ago

Trump Orders Declassification of Parts of FISA Application Related to Carter Page

Trump Orders Declassification of Parts of FISA Application Related to Carter Page

President Trump also orders declassification of FBI interviews with Justice Department official Bruce Ohr.

Published 2 months ago

Prosecutors Say They Are Ready to Sentence Michael Flynn, Trump’s Ex-National Security Adviser

Prosecutors Say They Are Ready to Sentence Michael Flynn, Trump’s Ex-National Security Adviser

Prosecutors said Monday they are ready for a federal judge to sentence President Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, in a sign that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is moving closer to the finish line.

Published 2 months ago

Probe of FEMA Chief Brock Long Referred to Prosecutors

Probe of FEMA Chief Brock Long Referred to Prosecutors

An investigation targeting President Trump’s top emergency-management official has been referred to federal prosecutors to determine whether criminal charges should be pursued.

Published 2 months ago

A Twist in the U.S. Tariff Battle: ‘It’s Helping China Be More Competitive’

A Twist in the U.S. Tariff Battle: ‘It’s Helping China Be More Competitive’

China for years has been pushing its economy away from inexpensive exports toward advanced factories and products. That process is now accelerating in the Pearl River Delta, the country’s manufacturing center, as companies respond to the economic blow of U.S. tariffs.

Published 2 months ago

Russia, Turkey to Create Buffer Zone in Syrian Opposition Stronghold

Russia, Turkey to Create Buffer Zone in Syrian Opposition Stronghold

Russia and Turkey have reached a tentative agreement to create a demilitarized buffer zone in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province, a move that could help avert a fight and likely humanitarian catastrophe.

Published 2 months ago

Thai Cave Diver Sues Elon Musk For Defamation

Thai Cave Diver Sues Elon Musk For Defamation

The Tesla founder has been sued by Vernon Unsworth, a British cave explorer involved in rescue efforts to save a Thai youth soccer team, alleging he was defamed by Mr. Musk for suggesting he was a pedophile.

Published 2 months ago

Florence Pushes Some North Carolina Dams to the Brink

Florence Pushes Some North Carolina Dams to the Brink

Flooding from the storm remained a major concern as North Carolina officials monitored vulnerable dams for potential breaches, even as the storm moved north.

Published 2 months ago

iOS 12 Review: Free Update Revives Old Phones, Makes Siri Useful

iOS 12 Review: Free Update Revives Old Phones, Makes Siri Useful

Apple’s best iPhone upgrade this year doesn’t cost a dime. Put iOS 12 on your old phone and it will feel like new, says columnist David Pierce.

Published 2 months ago

Russia, Turkey to Create Buffer Zone in Syrian Opposition Stronghold

Russia, Turkey to Create Buffer Zone in Syrian Opposition Stronghold

Russia and Turkey have reached a tentative agreement to create a demilitarized buffer zone in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province, a move that could help avert a fight and likely humanitarian catastrophe.

Published 2 months ago

Putin agrees to demilitarised zone around Syria’s Idlib

Putin agrees to demilitarised zone around Syria’s Idlib

Russian president reaches deal with Erdogan to avert bloody assault on rebel bastion

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Time Magazine’s Financials Show the Benioffs Inherit a Publication Under Pressure

Time Magazine’s Financials Show the Benioffs Inherit a Publication Under Pressure

With their acquisition of Time magazine, Salesforce.com co-founder Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne will inherit a publication racing to find digital revenue to offset a steep erosion in the print business.

Published 2 months ago

Overheated job market risks financial upheaval, says Fed official

Overheated job market risks financial upheaval, says Fed official

Allowing unemployment to drop too far could also stoke inflation, warns Eric Rosengren

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