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The Washington Post News Service with Bloomberg News budget for Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. The editors are Effie Dawson and Jackie Frank. All stories have moved unless otherwise noted. For questions about stories, photos or graphics, please call 202-334-7666.


CLINTON-EMAILS – WASHINGTON — New Clinton emails shows that she and her aides maintained contact with several top donors to Clinton causes. 1,370 words, by Tom Hamburger (Post).

FREIGHTER – Hope is fading for a U.S. container ship that sailed into Hurricane Joaquin and went missing in the Bermuda Triangle with 28 Americans on board. 1,630 words, by Michael E. Miller (Post).

FLOODING – Daily news on the flooding in South Carolina, including the updated death count and information from some of the hardest hit neighborhoods. Developing (Post).

SANDERS-RURAL — MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — In rural America, a startling prospect: voters Barack Obama lost are looking to Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders. 1,750 words, by David Weigel (Post).

AMTRAK – a Washington-bound Amtrak train derails in Vermont. Developing, by Ashley Halsey (Post).

SCOTUS-INSIDER — WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court let stand a major insider-trading ruling that threatens at least 10 convictions and creates what the Obama administration calls a road map for securities fraud. 790 words, by Greg Stohr (Bloomberg).

BLANKENSHIP – Before death came to Upper Big Branch Mine, Donald L. Blankenship managed his patch of Appalachia like King Coal incarnate. Now Blankenship is on trial, five years after one of the deadliest disasters in the history of American coal killed 29 miners at Upper Big Branch. 1,060 words, by Jef Feeley and Tim Loh (Bloomberg). Upcoming.

PHILADELPHIA — Less than a week after a mass shooter at a community college in Umpqua, Ore., killed nine people, Philadelphia-area schools are on alert because of “threatened violence.” 550 words, by Justin Wm. Moyer (P0st).

TEXTBOOKS — Black lives matter in textbooks, too, say a mother and son who accused the publishing giant of revisionism. 960 words, by Yanan Wang (Post).

PRIVACY – WASHINGTON – Federal agencies are increasingly turning to administrative subpoenas to force people and companies to turn over personal records and other documents. 815 words, by Jerry Markon (Post).

FEDERAL-DIARY – WASHINGTON – CIA director John Brennan is leading the push for federal employees to donate to the Combined Federal Campaign. 900 words, by Joe Davidson (Post).


AFGHAN-POLICY – WASHINGTON – President Obama is seriously weighing a plan to keep as many as 5,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan beyond 2016, according to senior U.S. officials. 800 words, by Greg Jaffe and Missy Ryan (Post).

MIDEAST – JERUSALEM – A Palestinian teenager is killed by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank as violence between Israel and the Palestinians spikes sharply. 1,070 words, by William Booth and Daniela Deane (Post).

CANADA-VEIL — A debate over whether you can wear the niqab at citizenship ceremonies could dictate the outcome of Canada’s elections. 845 words, by Ishaan Tharoor (Post).

SYRIA – Turkey demands that Russia keep its warplanes from crossing into Turkish airspace, warning any cross-border incursions risk “undesired” consequences as Moscow widens its airstrikes to back Syria’s embattled government. Developing (Post).

SYRIA-ASSESS – BEIRUT – As world powers are drawn deeper into Syria’s conflict, the list of reasons why the war won’t end anytime soon is only getting longer. Developing, by Donna Abu-Nasr (Bloomerg).

BRITAIN – MANCHESTER, England – George Osborne expands his remit beyond economic management, giving more power to British cities and bringing a senior Labour figure into his fold. 715 words, by Svenja O’Donnell (Bloomberg). Two photos.

MERKEL – BERLIN – Chancellor Angela Merkel says Germany has to live with the mass influx of refugees, confronting critics within her party bloc amid a media report that as many as 1.5 million people may arrive this year. 500 words, by Patrick Donahue (Bloomberg).

ZIMBABWE — JOHANNESBURG — President Mugabe’s oldest allies favor letting the 91-year-old remain in office indefinitely rather than trying to oust him even as Zimbabwe’s economy collapses. 880 words, by Antony Sguazzin (Bloomberg).

JAPAN-CHINA – Talks on Japan-China maritime liaison mechanism deadlocked. 385 words (Japan News/Yomiuri)

POVERTY-GLOBAL – For the first time, less than 10 percent of the world is living in extreme poverty, World Bank says. 450 words, by Adam Taylor (Post).

Science and health

NOBEL (1STLD) — The Nobel Prize in Medicine goes to three scientists for their work in combating parasitic diseases, efforts the committee described as “a paradigm shift” in treatment. 319 words, by Leonard Bernstein (Post). Also moved: NOBEL-BG (Bloomberg).

OCEANS – President Obama announces first new marine sanctuaries in 15 years, one off the coast of Maryland, and the other in Lake Michigan. 910 words, by Chelsea Harvey (Post).

PLANT-SEED – Researchers report that the nut seeds of Ceratocaryum argenteum, a South African plant, are probably meant to mimic antelope droppings. They’re so good, dung beetles are fooled into planting them. 28o words, by Rachel Feltman (Post).

OREGON-QANDA – One public health doctor says violence is contagious, and we should treat it like a disease. 1,975 words, by Ana Swanson (Post).

TSUNAMI – Study: Megatsunami in the Cape Verde Islands some 73,000 years ago hurled boulders nearly as high as the Eiffel Tower. 865 words, by Chris Mooney (Post). One photo.

SODA-QANDA – How Coca-Cola has tricked you into drinking so much of it. 2,390 words, by Roberto A. Ferdman (Post).


TRADE (2NDLD) – ATLANTA – President Obama hails the completion of a historic 12-nation Pacific Rim trade deal that he said “reflects America’s values,” as his administration turns quickly from the global negotiating table to selling the deal on Capitol Hill. 1,225 words, by David Nakamura (Post). One graphic.

TRADE-BIOTECH – The biotechnology industry criticizes the deal struck by negotiators for the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement to let drugmakers keep data secret for at least five years, saying negotiators should have extended protection for 12 years. 600 words, by Anna Edney and Doni Bloomfield (Bloomberg).

TRADE-SCORECARD – Breaking down the winners and losers in the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. 1,140 words (Bloomberg).

TRADE-AG – The trade deal resolves the toughest agriculture issues by tinkering. 750 words, by Alan Bjerga (Bloomberg).

TRADE-OBAMA – WASHINGTON – A 12-nation Pacific trade deal cements President Barack Obama’s strategic pivot toward Asia and challenges China to accept U.S.-backed rules for doing business. 990 words, by Toluse Olorunnipa and Mike Dorning (Bloomberg).

BANKING-COMMENT — The latest battle in the war between finance and regulation: the attempt to neuter the CFPB. 830 words, by Barry Ritholtz (Bloomberg).

CENTRAL-BANKS — Increasingly, bond traders are drawing the same conclusion: Central bankers globally are coming up short in their attempts to combat the world’s economic woes. 1130 words, by Andrea Wong and Anchalee Worrachate (Bloomberg).

COMMODITIES-COMMENT — The bottom hasn’t been hit in commodity prices. 1130 words, by Gary Shilling (Bloomberg).

CENTRAL-BANKS — Increasingly, bond traders are drawing the same conclusion: Central bankers globally are coming up short in their attempts to combat the world’s economic woes. 1,130 words, by Andrea Wong and Anchalee Worrachate (Bloomberg

ATM – ATM fees have soared to record highs. 270 words, by Jonnelle Marte (Post).


BANKS — LONDON — U.S. banks will emerge the big winners if the Fed follows global regulators’ “pragmatic” approach to solving the problem of too-big-to-fail banks, analysts and investors say. 690 words, by John Glover (Bloomberg).

MANUFACTURING — The great recovery in manufacturing jobs — a surprising five-year surge after the financial crisis that added 900,000 people to payrolls nationwide — appears to be dead or, at the very least, on hold. 850 words, by Thomas Black (Bloomberg).


PORTUGAL — LISBON — Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho proves there’s life after austerity for Europe’s politicians. 580 words, by Sofia Horta e Costa, Anabela Reis and Henrique Almeida (Bloomberg).


ZAMBIA — LUSAKA — Once feted because of its copper wealth, low debt and stable political environment, Zambia is now being snubbed. 770 words, by Matthew Hill and Mike Cohen (Bloomberg).


VW – The German automaker is exploring options from a simple software upgrade to outright replacing cars as a deadline approaches to present a fix for 11 million rigged diesel vehicles. 615 words, by Elisabeth Behrmann and Tommaso Ebhardt (Bloomberg).

AMERICAN-APPAREL – WILMINGTON, Del. — American Apparel Inc. files for bankruptcy. 665 words, by Steven Church, Matt Townsend and Stephanie Wong (Bloomberg).

AMERICAN-APPAREL-FALL – NEW YORK – Sex, money, betrayal: the bizarre brawl between American Apparel Inc. and its founder, Dov Charney, has all that and more. 745 words, by Matt Townsend (Bloomberg).

GE – GE agrees to sell its corporate aircraft financing portfolio to a lender established last year by Blackstone Group LP to enter the private plane market, as CEO Jeffrey Immelt works to shrink the company’s lending arm. 430 words, by Frederic Tomesco (Bloomberg).

BP – WASHINGTON – The value of BP’s settlement with the U.S. government and five Gulf states over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill rises to $20.8 billion. 630 words, by Rakteem Katakey, Del Quentin Wilber and Margaret Cronin Fisk (Bloomberg).


APPLE – Apple’s mobile-payments system, marking its one-year anniversary this month, has failed to catch on with consumers, according to researcher Aite Group. mon a.m.

TWITTER – SAN FRANCISCO – Twitter names co-founder Jack Dorsey as chief executive officer, betting its co-founder and former leader can revive fortunes at a social-media company that has failed to impress investors since its 2013 initial public offering. 850 words, by Brian Womack and Gerrit DeVynck (Bloomberg). One photo.


NADER – WINSTED, Conn. – Ralph Nader builds his dream museum – of tort law. 1,565 words, by Karen Heller (Post). Two photos.


SCOTUS-EURAIL-COMMENT — Supreme Court opens with a rail trip to Europe. 985 words, by Noah Feldman (Bloomberg).

SCOTUS-COMMENT_ The two cases to watch in this Supreme Court term. 950 words, by Noah Feldman (Bloomberg).

GOP-RACE-COMMENT — The Republican race for 2016 voters starts now. 1000 words, by Jonathan Bernstein (Bloomberg).

OIL-BAN-COMMENT — Should the ban on the export of U.S. crude oil in place since 1975 be lifted? Who cares? What matters is who has oil and how much. 1060 words, by Stephen Mihm (Bloomberg).

HUNT — Can Republicans regain control of their party?. 715 words, by Albert Hunt (Bloomberg).

SCHOOLS-COMMENT — Prohibiting rough-and-tumble play doesn’t make recess safer or kids less apt to hurt others. To the contrary: The bans deprive children of the very experiences they need to master peaceful social interactions. 1000 words, by Virginia Postrel (Bloomberg).

FREELANCE-COMMENT — Yes, the gig economy is piecework, but this is the 21st century, not Dickens. 1200 words, by Megan McArdle (Bloomberg).

URKAINE-COMMENT — Europe is telling Ukraine it must live with Putin. 1015 words, by Leonid Bershidsky (Bloomberg).

TURKEY-COMMENT — The EU must speak out on media repression in Turkey. 875 words, by Marc Champion (Bloomberg).

DRIVERLESS-COMMENT — It’s hard to imagine an Elon Musk world with taxi meters, which means one of them has to go. 1000 words, by Therese Raphael (Bloomberg).