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Irma, Supreme Court, Apple: Your Wednesday Briefing


The Keys were hit particularly hard. One resident said she did not leave because, after 25 years, she got tired of the false alarms. This time, she regretted it.

• Keeping track in Washington.

The Trump administration is considering reducing the number of refugees admitted to the U.S. over the next year, to below 50,000, the lowest number since at least 1980.

The Supreme Court on Tuesday temporarily allowed the administration to bar about 24,000 refugees from entering. The justices also suspended Texas redistricting while they consider an appeal.

A congressional resolution urging President Trump to denounce hate groups could be sent to the White House for his signature as soon as today.

Hope Hicks was formally named White House communications director.

And the president celebrated the birth of his ninth grandchild, Eric Luke Trump.

• Doubts cloud sports inquiry.

The World Anti-Doping Agency has cleared 95 of 96 athletes implicated in Russia’s yearslong program of…



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