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Democrats’ Memo Released Countering GOP Account of Russia Probe

The House Intelligence Committee released a rebuttal by House Democrats to a Republican memo alleging bias and misconduct by the FBI and Justice Department early in their investigation of Russian election interference.

Volkswagen Settles U.S. Emissions Lawsuit Just Before Trial

Volkswagen AG came to an agreement to settle a lawsuit over the company’s marketing of clean-emissions vehicles, resolving a contentious fight over consumer fraud claims just before it was about to go to trial.

Xi’s Top Economic Aide Plans U.S. Trip Amid Trade Tension

President Xi Jinping’s top economic adviser Liu He will head to the U.S. next week amid mounting trade tensions between the governments in Beijing and Washington, said a person familiar with the matter.

White House Considers Protection Orders to Curb Shootings

The White House is considering the idea of using restraining orders to take firearms away from people considered dangerous as part of its response to last week’s massacre at a Florida high school, two people familiar with the matter said.

Nafta Negotiators Dig In for Long Haul

It’s looking increasingly likely Nafta talks will extend beyond a March target, meaning negotiators will have to deal with the added political uncertainty of a Mexican election campaign.

Saudis See Oil Output Cuts Easing in 2019

OPEC and its allies including Russia may next year ease the crude-output curbs that have helped prices recover from the worst crash in a generation, according to Saudi Arabia’s oil minister.

Three Chinese Insurers Found to Have Violated Investment Rules

China’s insurance regulator found three domestic insurers violated foreign investment rules, giving the companies a month to “correct” the breaches.

Fed Resists Upgrading Long-Run Growth Outlook After Tax Cuts

Federal Reserve officials are showing surprise at just how much the recently-enacted tax cuts are boosting the U.S. economy. But they’re still not impressed enough to lift estimates for long-term growth, a stance that puts them at odds with the White House.

Pruitt Vows to Repeal 'Prohibition' on U.S. Energy Resources

The Obama administration effectively imposed “Prohibition” on U.S. energy and natural resources development through policies meant to address climate change and water protection, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt said on Friday night.
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