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Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jeanine Herbst.

A coalition of 13 states is suing to block a new Trump administration rule that would deny green cards to legal immigrants who use public assistance. As NPR's J. R. reports, the lawsuit was filed in Washington state.

The new regulations announced this week would deny visas and permanent residency to legal immigrants who use a wide range of benefits, including food stamps, public housing and Medicaid, or fail to meet high enough income standards. The Trump administration says it's simply enforcing an existing law that says immigrants should be self-sufficient and not become a "public charge". But in their lawsuit, the attorney general argued that the administration is expanding the definition of public charge far beyond its original meaning and shifting a huge financial burden from the federal government to state and local authorities. Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson called the new rule "un-American, anti-immigrant and unlawful". The new regulations are set to take effect in October.  J R, NPR News.

Congressional Democrats want to hear more from people close to President Trump. NPR's F U reports the House Judiciary Committee has issued two new subpoenas to former top campaign aide Corey Lewandowski and former Deputy White House Chief of Staff Rick Dearborn.

Former Special Counsel Rober Mueller described the two Trump aides playing central roles in the president's attempt to quash the investigation into Russia's interference in 2016 presidential election. Trump asked Lewandowski to order the then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions to limit the scope of an inquiry. Trump also texted Dearborn with a similar assignment, although neither actually went ahead with carrying out the president's wishes. Trump says it's done nothing wrong. He and supporters pointed out that Mueller ultimately was never fired and was allowed to complete his work. Democrats say the special counsel uncovered obstruction of justice, and they say they are determining whether or not to recommend impeachment. F, NPR News, Washington.

After a roller-coaster today, Wall Street rebounded a bit from yesterday's deep losses, the sharpest single-day decline of the year. Major indices spent much of day reacting to big moves and government bond yields which fell sharply in their early going and then recovered some of their decline by mid-afternoon. By the close, the stock was in a mixed territory despite investors concerns about an economic recession in a not too distant future. / takes a look at the US economy.

Industry productions fell again as factory output dipped 0.4%, but retail sales rose greater than expected 0.7%, much more than in June. Excluding auto sales were up 4%. The question is how long can consumers spending hold up if trade tensions keep hurting manufacturing.

S. B. reporting. And on Wall Street, the Dow was up 99 points at 25,579. The NASDAQ was down 7 at 7766, the S&P 500 was up seven points at 2847.

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The civil war in Yemen, which according to the United Nations, has created the worst humanitarian crisis in the world that's taking another turn. Thousands in Yemen's temporary capital Aden are rallying to show support for a separatist movement supported by the United Arab Emirates which has seized military bases and surrounded the vacant presidential palace. NPR's / has details.

Protests attended the revolutions of the South and waved flags of the old state of South Yemen.  Yemen was split into two countries during much of the Cold War before unifying in 1994. And now a separatist movement appears to be driving out the Saudi-backed government. Saudi and the UAE are allies in the Yemeni civil war, both fighting Houthi rebels there since 2015. But now they appear to be at odds, spreading fear that the Saudi coalition is collapsing. Saudi Arabia's main goal in Yemen has been to drive out the Houthi rebels from the north and secure south against cross-border attacks. But the UAE seems wants to ensure its own interests which means supporting a separatist movement along an area with major trading routes linking Africa to Asia. /, NPR News, Beirut.

US industrial production slumped in July down to 0.1% and the Federal Reserve says manufacturing production was down 0.4% for the same period, fabricated metals,  wood products, textiles, plastics along with rubber products.

Crude oil products were lower by the closedown 76 cents and the day at 54.47 cents a barrel.

I am J. H. NPR News in Washington.
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