On Politics: Trump and Advisers May Have Different Goals for North Korea

Good Friday morning. Here are some of the stories making news in Washington and politics today.

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• When President Trump meets with Kim Jong-un next week in Vietnam, Mr. Trump’s advisers hope to hammer out a plan for ridding North Korea of its nuclear weapons. But Mr. Trump seems more focused on finally declaring an end to the Korean War.

Democrats’ far-reaching proposal for a Green New Deal is technologically possible, experts say. But it would cost trillions of dollars and could not be accomplished within the 10-year time frame that supporters say is necessary.

Officials in North Carolina ordered a new election for the House race in the Ninth Congressional District after Mark Harris, the Republican candidate whose apparent win there is under investigation, called for a new vote himself.

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