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Supreme Court could cripple public unions in run-up to 2018 midterms

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Monday in a case that could shrink government unions and their campaign war chests by as much as two thirds, with potentially devastating consequences for the Democratic Party in a competitive election [...]
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Bank Stocks Could Be Big Beneficiaries of New Federal Tax Law

Bank stocks are among the companies that could benefit the most from the new federal tax law that cuts the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent. The biggest boost could come to banks that operate domestically and face hefty tax [...]
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Pence: White House could have handled Porter better but still confident in Kelly

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Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that he and President Donald Trump have confidence in chief of staff John Kelly, but he said the White House could have better handled the situation regarding a former top aide who was accused of domestic [...]
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Trump infrastructure plan could sell off Reagan, Dulles airports

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Though technically owned by the federal government, both Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (pictured) and Washington Dulles International Airport are operated by [...]
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Kennedy Could Be the Democrats’ Best Hope (But May Not Want to Be)

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Subscribe to Off Message on Apple Podcasts here. | Subscribe via Stitcher here. NEWTON, Mass. — Rep. Joe Kennedy says he’s willing to consider running in 2020—if Oprah Winfrey asks him to be his running mate. Story Continued [...]
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On top of everything, GOP stinginess could lead to a global pandemic

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After the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in 2014, the United States promised to help fight epidemics around the globe and Congress allotted over $ 4 billion to quell the contagion and approximately $ 1 billion for general infectious-disease [...]
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Florida’s voting laws could be seriously altered — before the midterms and 2020 elections

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A judge in Florida has struck down the state’s system of disenfranchising convicted felons by arguing that the status quo violates their constitutional rights. The ruling found that the state’s old requirements — that convicted [...]
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Russia probe lawyers think Mueller could indict Trump

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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation has gathered enough steam that some lawyers representing key Donald Trump associates are considering the possibility of a historic first: an indictment against a sitting [...]
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Amazon’s new health care business could shake up industry after others have failed

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Expectations had been building for months that Amazon would make a major play in the health care sector somehow. | David Ryder/Getty Images [...]
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Carillion Collapse Could Lead to Thousands of Job Losses in U.K.

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“We ensured that all but one of those contracts was a joint venture,” she added, meaning that “there is another company available to step in and take over the contract.” The Insolvency Service, a government agency, said on Wednesday [...]