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U.S. slashes migrant border crossings. Following through with the president's threats to "harden" the border, the Trump administration has slashed the number of migrants being allowed to cross the U.S.-Mexican border to legally apply for asylum. A federal judge has issued a temporary restraining order on enforcing the crackdown.
The U.S. and China are locked in a battle for tech supremacy. One Silicon Valley company is arming both sides. Nvidia, which sells artificial-intelligence chips to China, is walking a high wire as the company tries to navigate political and trade tensions between the two countries.
Nancy Pelosi works to quell dissent. A group of 16 Democrats said they would vote against Ms. Pelosi for House speaker, saying it is time for the caucus to select a new leader as it retakes the majority. The party will select their candidate for the leadership post the week after Thanksgiving.
The White House restored full access to Jim Acosta. After renewing efforts to continue excluding Mr. Acosta from the building's grounds, the White House restored full press access to the CNN correspondent.
A GE veteran is returning to the company's troubled power unit. John Rice, one of Jeff Immelt's top lieutenants who spent four decades at GE, will help oversee a restructuring of the company's gas and power business and provide some stability for anxious customers.
Vanguard is ratcheting up the index-fund price battle. The indexing giant announced it will lower the minimum amounts customers need to invest to get cheaper prices on more than three dozen of its funds.
27 more rules for Thanksgiving touch football. How many snaps will Mom and Dad play? Who will fall asleep watching the Lions? Why is Bill Belichick standing on your sideline? The Journal's Jason Gay has the answers.