Indonesia quake, tsunami
death toll tops 800
Rescuers struggle to reach victims in several large coastal towns, and authorities fear that the toll of over 800 confirmed dead will rise.
Las Vegas events mark
anniversary of attack
Las Vegas looks forward even as the victims are remembered in a series of events, including a dimming of the Strip’s lights.
Aides: White House not
dictating probe details
The White House insists it is not “micromanaging” an FBI background check of nominee Brett Kavanaugh and that senators are dictating the parameters of the probe.
has history of lawsuits
Julie Swetnick, one of the women who accused the Supreme Court nominee of misconduct, has an extensive history of involvement in legal disputes.
Calif. first to require
women on boards
California becomes the first state to mandate that publicly traded companies include women on their boards of directors.