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Despite Trump's low ratings, midterm election map still favors Republicans — for now (CNBC)

Jamie Dimon: US 'should acknowledge our problems and fix them' (CNBC)

Trump White House weighs unprecedented plan to privatize much of the war in Afghanistan (USA Today)

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell vents about Trump's 'excessive expectations' regarding legislation (ABC News)

Trump says he'll beat opioid epidemic with law-and-order approach (Politico)

Justice Dept. Backs Ohio's Effort to Purge Infrequent Voters From Rolls (New York Times)

Nine months after Election Day, probes of Clinton and her campaign continue (Washington Post)

Senior U.S. envoy tries to calm fears over State Department re-design (Reuters)

You, Too, Can Say Anything You Want about Stephen Miller (National Review)

By firing engineer, Google shows what you can say — and what you can't — at work (Los Angeles Times)

There are 7 million unemployed and 6.2 million job openings. What’s the problem? (Washington Post)