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U.S. Takes Steps to Make it Harder for Americans to Visit Cuba

U.S. Takes Steps to Make it Harder for Americans to Visit Cuba

By Josh Lederman | Nov 10
U.S. travelers will once again be required to go as part of organized tour groups run by U.S. companies, and a representative of the sponsoring group must accompany the travelers.

Breweries Lock Horns Over Moose-Themed Names, Logos

Breweries Lock Horns Over Moose-Themed Names, Logos

Nov 10
A Canadian brewery and a Vermont brewpub are locking horns in a trademark dispute over their moose-themed names and logos.

Sex Scandal, Gaffes Add to Trials of Beleaguered Theresa May

Sex Scandal, Gaffes Add to Trials of Beleaguered Theresa May

By Jill Lawless | Nov 7
Running for election mere months ago, British Prime Minister Theresa May's slogan was "strong and stable government." The phrase sounds cruelly ironic now.

Case Stirs Question of School Liability for Student Suicides

Case Stirs Question of School Liability for Student Suicides

By Alanna Durkin Richer | Nov 7
Moments before an MIT student jumped to his death, a professor "read him the riot act" over an email the student sent to another MIT official that they deemed inappropriate, court records say. Should the school be held liable?

What Powell Brings to Fed Post: A Gift for Forging Consensus

What Powell Brings to Fed Post: A Gift for Forging Consensus

By Josh Boak and Christopher Rugaber | Nov 5
He isn't a trained economist. Yet, by the reckoning of Fed analysts, Powell is equipped to lead the world's most influential central bank, presiding over a U.S. economy on solid ground but hardly without risks.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump Ad Hits Wrong Target on Health Care

AP FACT CHECK: Trump Ad Hits Wrong Target on Health Care

By Steve Peoples | Nov 4
President Donald Trump's re-election committee is lashing out at Democrats in a new TV ad that incorrectly blames his critics in the opposing party for blocking fixes to the nation's health care system.

Tribes in Columbia River Gorge Hit By White House Decision

Tribes in Columbia River Gorge Hit By White House Decision

By Andrew Selsky | Nov 3
The Trump administration is neglecting the U.S. government's obligation to build new homes for Indians whose original abodes were submerged by dams along the Columbia River, members of Congressional delegations from Oregon and Washington state said.

Trump Marginalizes Adviser Snagged in Probe

Trump Marginalizes Adviser Snagged in Probe

By Calvin Woodward and Steve Peoples | Nov 1
It's become harder for Trump to speak dismissively of the Russia investigation -- but he's trying.

Immigrants Fear Loss of Humanitarian Program Under Trump

Immigrants Fear Loss of Humanitarian Program Under Trump

By Amy Taxin | Nov 1
The program was created by law, but the Trump administration decides which countries should participate and for how long.

Senators Blast Facebook, Twitter, Google in Russia Probe

Senators Blast Facebook, Twitter, Google in Russia Probe

By Tom LoBianco and Ryan Nakashima | Nov 1
Exasperated U.S. senators harshly criticized representatives of Facebook, Twitter and Google at a hearing Tuesday for not doing more to prevent Russian agents interfering with the American political process as early as 2015.

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