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FOR-PROFITS-STUDENT LOANS — The Trump administration is granting only partial loan forgiveness to the vast majority of students approved for help because of fraud by for-profit colleges, according to preliminary Education Department data obtained by the AP. By Maria Danilova. SENT: 970 words, photo.

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TOP STORIES

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TRUMP-ECHOES OF WATERGATE — The Trump administration and its scandals have carried whiffs of Watergate and drawn comparisons to the characters and crimes of the Nixon era. But this week, history did not just repeat itself, it climbed out of the dustbin and returned in the flesh. By Calvin Woodward and Nancy Benac. SENT: 910 words, photo. With TRUMP-NEW YORK TIMES — Trump declares the Justice Department should investigate and unmask the author of a bitingly critical New York Times opinion piece; TRUMP-FINDING THE LEAK TRUMP-FINDING THE LEAKS — How do leak investigations work? (Both sent.)

KAVANAUGH-INSIGHTS — Like Supreme Court nominees before him, Brett Kavanaugh said as little as he could over two days of testimony at the Senate Judiciary Committee. Still, he revealed a few things, professional and personal. By Mark Sherman. SENT: 980 words, photos.

TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE-PAPADOPOULOS — George Papadopoulos, the Trump campaign adviser who triggered the Russia investigation, was sentenced to 14 days in prison after he told a judge he was "deeply embarrassed and ashamed" for lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russian intermediaries. By Chad Day. SENT: 1,000 words, photos.

UNITED STATES-SYRIA — Despite dire U.S. warnings, the Trump administration has little leverage to stop Russia, Iran and Syria pressing ahead with a massive military assault against Syria's northwest Idlib province. By Matthew Lee and Susannah George. SENT: 800 words, photos.

NKOREA-MILITARY PARADE-EVOLUTION — During the 70 years that the Kim family has ruled, North Korea's 30-plus massive military parades have been used as much for propaganda, intimidation and internal unity as for commemorating important anniversaries. A look at how the parades have evolved ahead of another march on Sunday, the 70th anniversary of the founding of North Korea's authoritarian government. By Hyung-Jin Kim. SENT: 780 words, photos.

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WASHINGTON/POLITICS

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TRUMP-PORN STAR — The company set up by Donald Trump's former personal attorney offers to rescind Stormy Daniels' hush-money agreement and drop its planned $20 million lawsuit against the porn actress for allegedly violating the deal. SENT: 310 words, photo.

TRADE-CHINA TARIFFS — The Trump administration may be about to slap tariffs of up to 25 percent on an additional $200 billion in Chinese goods, escalating a confrontation between the world's two biggest economies and likely squeezing U.S. companies that import everything from handbags to bicycle tires. By Business Writers Paul Wiseman and Anne D'Innocenzio. SENT: 550 words, photos.

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INTERNATIONAL

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AP EXPLAINS-ASSASSINATIONS AND VIDEO — Ever since the stabbing of Julius Cesar in ancient Rome, assassination has been a fixture of political life around the world. But when political murder is captured on television — or now by citizen journalists via social media — the impact is often magnified, leaving a chilling effect that lasts for generations. SENT: 880 words, photos.

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NATIONAL

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IMMIGRATION-SEPARATING FAMILIES — Families who were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border by the Trump administration and then reunited with their children say they are suffering deep emotional wounds and want the U.S. government to pay for mental health treatment. SENT: 940 words, photos.

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BUSINESS/ECONOMY

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ECONOMY-VITAL SIGNS — The U.S. economy is in its 10th year of growth with no sign of slowing. As Friday's jobs report showed, employers are still confident enough to hire and are even raising wages a bit faster. Still, threats loom on the horizon. By Economics Writer Christopher Rugaber. SENT: 1,000 words, photo. With ECONOMY-JOBS REPORT — Hiring picked up in August. SENT: 1,020 words, photos.

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ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT

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MUSIC-MCCARTNEY-GRAND CENTRAL — Commuters with tickets to ride out of New York's Grand Central Station heard a special serenade, with Paul McCartney taking over a corner of the majestic hub for a concert. Only invited guests including Jon Bon Jovi, Meryl Streep, Amy Schumer, Kate Moss and Steve Buscemi were let behind black curtains to see the stage, but everyone could hear a 24-song set that spanned more than 50 years of music. By Media Writer David Bauder. SENT: 470 words, photos.

PEOPLE-MINAJ-CARDI B — Nicki Minaj and Cardi B were involved in an altercation Friday night that got physical at a New York Fashion Week party and left Cardi B with a mark on her head. By Entertainment Writer Nekesa Mumbi Moody. SENT: 220 words, video, photos.

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SPORTS

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US OPEN — Defending champion Rafael Nadal retired from his U.S. Open semifinal because of a painful right knee after dropping the opening two sets, putting Juan Martin del Potro back in a Grand Slam final for the first time since he won the 2009 title at Flushing Meadows. On Sunday, No. 3 del Potro will face No. 6 Novak Djokovic, who advanced with an emphatic 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 victory over No. 21 Kei Nishikori in the second semifinal. By Tennis Writer Howard Fendrich. SENT: 1,050 words, photos.