America Today

All of today’s news, events, and highlights from¬†America:

November 17, 2017

  • Wireless carriers on mute as US top court hears big privacy case (Reuters)
  • Defiant Moore camp targets female accusers, vows fight (AP)
    • Trump says US Senate candidate Moore should leave race if allegations true (Reuters)
  • Franken apologizes after woman says he kissed, groped her (AP)
  • Corruption trial of Senator Menendez ends in mistrial (Reuters)
  • GOP closer to big win with House tax vote; Senate unclear (AP)
  • FCC relaxes limit on owning newspapers, TV stations (AP)
  • North Korea rules out negotiations on nuclear weapons (Reuters)
  • Glowing profile cracks door open on private life of China’s Xi (Reuters)
    • China named world’s worst abuser of internet freedom again (Axios)
  • Comcast, Verizon also considering Fox acquisition (Axios)
  • Elon Musk unveils an electric semi-truck (Axios)

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