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Yet Another Worrisome Subway Statistic: More People Are Going on the Tracks

By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS

This year, 621 people have ended up on the rails or struck by a train. Officials say they are struggling to curb the problem.

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Devin Nunes joins calls for committee's Russia probe documents to go public

By Andrew O'Reilly

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said Sunday that the transcripts and documents from witnesses from the chamber’s now-concluded Russia investigation need to be made public ahead of November’s midterm elections.

Devin Nunes joins calls for committee's Russia probe documents to go public

By Andrew O'Reilly

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said Sunday that the transcripts and documents from witnesses from the chamber’s now-concluded Russia investigation need to be made public ahead of November’s midterm elections.

Biden bemoans not speaking out against Trump sooner as speculation continues over possible 2020 run

By Andrew O'Reilly

Joe Biden continued to test the waters for a 2020 presidential run during a speech Saturday night at the Human Rights Campaign’s National Dinner in Washington, where the former vice president lamented the fact that he had not spoken out against President Trump and his administration’s policies sooner.

Biden bemoans not speaking out against Trump sooner as speculation continues over possible 2020 run

By Andrew O'Reilly

Joe Biden continued to test the waters for a 2020 presidential run during a speech Saturday night at the Human Rights Campaign’s National Dinner in Washington, where the former vice president lamented the fact that he had not spoken out against President Trump and his administration’s policies sooner.

Florence is going to be 'a long, frustrating recovery,' FEMA director says

By Andrew O'Reilly

Federal officials and lawmakers on Sunday said that while they are well prepared for the disaster relief efforts as the damaging winds and rains from Tropical Depression Florence continue to batter the Eastern Seaboard, the long-term impact of the storm is still yet to be determined.

Florence is going to be 'a long, frustrating recovery,' FEMA director says

By Andrew O'Reilly

Federal officials and lawmakers on Sunday said that while they are well prepared for the disaster relief efforts as the damaging winds and rains from Tropical Depression Florence continue to batter the Eastern Seaboard, the long-term impact of the storm is still yet to be determined.

The Insurgency Roared. But Andrew Cuomo Prevailed.

By SHANE GOLDMACHER, JESSE McKINLEY and VIVIAN WANG

The morning after his decisive primary win, Gov. Andrew Cuomo all but dismissed the idea that he had been threatened by an insurgent wave.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh 'categorically' denies claim about alleged behavior in high school

By Alex Pappas

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh vigorously denies claims involving his alleged behavior in high school made in an undisclosed letter and turned over to FBI by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh 'categorically' denies claim about alleged behavior in high school

By Alex Pappas

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh vigorously denies claims involving his alleged behavior in high school made in an undisclosed letter and turned over to FBI by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.

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