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Rift Widens Within GOP in Battle for Control of Party A1

The fault lines within the Republican Party cracked further on Tuesday as feuding between President Donald Trump and senators intensified within the U.S. Capitol, and anti-establishment activists claimed political momentum outside of it.

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U.S. to Resume Admitting Refugees but Those From 11 Countries to See More Scrutiny A2

The Trump administration will allow refugee admissions to the U.S. to resume, but people from 11 countries will see their application review process significantly slowed over the next three months.

World

Four Americans Killed in Niger Battle Had Limited Combat Experience A7

The release of the U.S. Army soldiers’ service records comes as the Pentagon faces criticism for a lack of transparency over the fatal U.S. mission in the West African country.

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Greater New York

Sandy Hook Shooter ‘Did Not Snap,’ FBI Documents Say A12A

The shooter in the 2012 Sandy Elementary School massacre “did not snap” and had planned the attack as early as March 2011, according to newly released FBI documents.

Life & Arts

How to Know When You’re on Thin Ice at Work A13

People who perform poorly in certain tasks often aren’t aware of their shortcomings, but there are signs if you learn how to look for them.

Opinion

The FBI’s Political Meddling A17

Mueller is the wrong sleuth when his ex-agency is so tangled up with Russia.

Business & Finance

GM, Fiat Chrysler Shares Climb as Investors Focus on Companies’ Futures B1

Wall Street is finally rewarding Detroit’s old guard auto companies for the direction they are taking, leading them to garner strong stock gains even as the car market is softening.

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