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15 Mar 7:56pm Updated Trump Issues First Veto After Congress Rejects Border Emergency
The veto will send the legislation back to Congress, which most likely doesn’t have enough votes for an override, meaning the declaration of an emergency at the Mexican border will remain in effect.
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Academic Behind Cambridge Analytica Data Mining Sues Facebook for Defamation 15 Mar 7:31pm Academic Behind Cambridge Analytica Data Mining Sues Facebook for Defamation
Aleksandr Kogan, a former psychology professor, said Facebook defamed him when it claimed he lied about how the data was going to be used.
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Bernie Sanders’s Campaign Work Force Will Be Unionized 15 Mar 7:02pm Bernie Sanders’s Campaign Work Force Will Be Unionized
Mr. Sanders’s employees voted to unionize, a first for a major-party presidential campaign. He has cast himself as the most pro-union candidate.
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15 Mar 5:23pm Trump: White Nationalists ‘Small Group of People’
President Trump said Friday that he didn’t see white nationalism as a growing threat worldwide. A man in New Zealand who appeared to be a white nationalist extremist was charged with murder on Friday after 49 people were killed at two mosques. Mr. Trump condemned the attack.
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15 Mar 4:52pm Trump Issues His First Veto
President Trump rejected legislation on Friday that would have blocked his declaration of a national emergency to fund a wall along the southern border.
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EPA Imposes Limits on a Deadly Chemical in Paint Strippers 15 Mar 4:48pm EPA Imposes Limits on a Deadly Chemical in Paint Strippers
The rule, which scales back a ban proposed under President Barack Obama, would prohibit the consumer use of products containing methylene chloride but allow commercial use.
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Ted Cruz’s 2012 Senate Campaign Is Fined $35,000 for Unreported Loans 15 Mar 4:27pm Ted Cruz’s 2012 Senate Campaign Is Fined $35,000 for Unreported Loans
The loans for his first Senate race, totaling more than $1 million, became an issue during his 2016 race for president.
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EPA Plans Limits on a Deadly Chemical in Paint Strippers 15 Mar 4:25pm Updated EPA Plans Limits on a Deadly Chemical in Paint Strippers
The rule, which scales back a ban proposed under President Barack Obama, would prohibit the consumer use of products containing methylene chloride but allow commercial use.
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Rick Gates, Trump Campaign Aide, Is Still Cooperating With Prosecutors 15 Mar 2:59pm Updated Rick Gates, Trump Campaign Aide, Is Still Cooperating With Prosecutors
Prosecutors sought another delay in the sentencing of Mr. Gates, one of their key witnesses. The move gave little indication about the status of the Russia inquiry.
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How Trump’s Brand of Grievance Politics Roiled a Pennsylvania Campaign 15 Mar 2:16pm Updated How Trump’s Brand of Grievance Politics Roiled a Pennsylvania Campaign
After a state election defeat, Republicans in the Scranton area complain the country is being overtaken by undeserving outsiders and the Democrats who represent them.
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In Most Diverse House, Aides of Color Join the Ranks of ‘Firsts’ 15 Mar 2:00pm Updated In Most Diverse House, Aides of Color Join the Ranks of ‘Firsts’
For the first time, over a dozen top aides — from the speaker’s national security adviser to the majority whip’s chief of staff — are racial minorities.
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Southwest Key, Known for Migrant Shelters, Cashes In on Charter Schools 15 Mar 5:00am Southwest Key, Known for Migrant Shelters, Cashes In on Charter Schools
The schools are struggling with debt even as the charity sits on tens of millions.
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Tobacco, E-Cigarette Lobbyists Circle as F.D.A. Chief Exits 15 Mar 5:00am Tobacco, E-Cigarette Lobbyists Circle as F.D.A. Chief Exits
Juul and Big Tobacco have lobbied for months to protect themselves from aspects of the F.D.A.’s crackdown. As Scott Gottlieb leaves, they see an opening.
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15 Mar 1:57am On Politics: Senate Rejects Trump’s National Emergency
Congress has now voted for the first time to block a presidential emergency declaration, though not by enough to override President Trump’s promised veto.
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