What's News: World-Wide -- WSJ
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Federal prosecutors issued grand jury subpoenas to Bolton's
publisher and literary agent, launching a criminal investigation
into whether the ex-national security adviser mishandled classified
Trump's nomination of economist Judy Shelton to the Fed's board
of governors lacks enough votes for confirmation, a top Senate
Gusting winds and low humidity continued to fuel wildfires that
have ravaged parts of Northern California and Oregon.
Trump presided over the signing at the White House of a Middle
East peace agreement between Israel and Gulf nations Bahrain and
The city of Louisville, Ky., will pay $12 million to the estate
of Breonna Taylor as part of a legal settlement with her
An HHS official apologized to staffers because of a Facebook
video in which he accused government scientists of plotting against
Trump and warned of violence after the election.
An average of 120 patients a day became infected with the new
coronavirus inside U.S. hospitals as the pandemic ebbed from its
spring peak and rebounded into the summer.
Lawmakers from both parties at a Senate hearing Tuesday sharply
criticized Google over its dominance in digital advertising.
Died: William H. Gates II, 94, father of Microsoft co-founder
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
September 16, 2020 02:47 ET (06:47 GMT)
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