- Senator John McCain released a statement saying he would oppose the latest proposal, by Senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana.
- Mr. McCain’s statement leaves Republican leaders with little hope of succeeding in their last-ditch attempt to dismantle the health law.
North Korea’s warning that it might test a nuclear bomb over the Pacific Ocean added fresh urgency to the war of words between President Trump and Kim Jong-un.
A failing dam is one more threat as Puerto Ricans cope with the long-term damage of Hurricane Maria.
The new restrictions could go into effect on Sunday and would prevent people in those nations from traveling to the United States or prompt increased scrutiny if they seek visas.
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More is required — of Facebook, of social media giants and of Congress.
A grass-roots political reaction to the devastating earthquake is already underway.