Heather Nauert’s Nomination as U.N. Ambassador Expected Soon

WASHINGTON—President Trump will nominate State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert as the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, with an announcement coming possibly as soon as Friday, a White House official said. Ms. Nauert would replace Ambassador Nikki Haley, who announced her intention to resign from the position in October, following nearly two years of…

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CBS CEO Leslie Moonves Expected to Resign

CBS Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Leslie Moonves is expected to resign from the company amid accusations that he sexually harassed and assaulted numerous women during his career, people familiar with the matter say, a stunning downfall for one of the entertainment industry’s most powerful figures. Mr. Moonves’s camp is in the final lap of…

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Social Security Expected to Dip Into Its Reserves This Year

The Social Security program’s costs will exceed its income this year for the first time since 1982, forcing the program to dip into its nearly $3 trillion trust fund to cover benefits. This is three years sooner than expected a year ago, partly due to lower economic growth projections, according to the latest annual report…

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Arizona Teachers Gain 20% Pay Raise, Expected to Return to Work

Arizona teachers are expected to return to school Friday, ending a six-day strike that shut down schools, after Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation that meets some of their demands. Teachers wanted a 20% pay increase for themselves and support staff, such as librarians and counselors, among other requests. The plan approved Thursday grants the 20% raise to teachers…

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