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A dozen Senate Republicans joined Democrats to reject Trump's emergency declaration at the southern border, rebuking the president after he pushed to use funds that weren't appropriated by Congress.
The House passed a resolution calling for a public release of Mueller's Russia investigation report.
British lawmakers voted to delay the U.K.'s scheduled March 29 departure from the EU, setting the stage for a possible third vote on May's Brexit deal.
China made last-minute changes to a proposed foreign-investment law, aiming for the success of a potential trade deal with the U.S.
A Connecticut high court ruling for families of victims of the Sandy Hook school massacre represents a potentially significant legal setback for the gun industry.
Beto O'Rourke joined the 2020 presidential race, declaring his bid for the Democratic nomination.
The Southern Poverty Law Center announced it had fired co-founder Morris Dees, citing an unspecified personnel issue.
Afghanistan's national security adviser accused the U.S. special envoy leading talks with the Taliban of undermining Kabul.
Trump must face a defamation lawsuit brought by a former reality-show contestant, a New York appellate court ruled.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
March 15, 2019 02:47 ET (06:47 GMT)
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