New York Times Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy, in Blow to Nuclear Power 2017-03-29T07:30:58.000000Z The company, whose corporate parent is Toshiba of Japan, led projects once seen as heralding a nuclear renaissance, but its filing casts a pall over the troubled industry. A Pair of Classic Rock Events Will Bring Fleetwood Mac and the Eagles to the Coasts 2017-03-29T06:02:10.000000Z The lineup for the two sets of concerts, planned in July, also includes the Doobie Brothers, Journey, Steely Dan and Earth, Wind and Fire. Europe Edition: ‘Brexit,’ Mosul, Samsung: Your Wednesday Briefing 2017-03-29T05:39:12.000000Z Here’s what you need to know to start your day. U.S. Has Tougher Qualifier Against Panama but Earns a Point 2017-03-29T04:36:10.000000Z The Americans, dealing with 90-degree heat and a hostile crowd in their first game since a 6-0 rout of Honduras, looked sloppy and disorganized early on but regrouped. Ex-Congressman From Texas Charged With Stealing Charitable Donations 2017-03-29T04:16:50.000000Z Steve Stockman and a former aide are accused of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars meant for charity, some of which was used to finance his campaigns. Like Trump, White House Staff Will Skip Correspondents Dinner 2017-03-29T02:40:07.000000Z The administration said the entire White House staff would not attend the event next month, in solidarity with the president, who had already said he would not attend. Devin Nunes Says He Will Continue to Lead Russia Inquiry 2017-03-29T02:39:54.000000Z The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Democrats’ concerns about his impartiality were “their problem.” F.D.A. Approves First Drug to Treat Severe Multiple Sclerosis 2017-03-29T02:24:21.000000Z The drug, Ocrevus by Genentech, can also be used to treat patients with the more common form of the disease. Fact Check: Trump’s Misleading Words on Energy and Jobs 2017-03-29T01:13:33.000000Z President Trump claimed undue credit for job gains and miscast the effect of his executive orders on energy. Bodies of 2 U.N. Researchers Are Found in a Shallow Grave in Congo 2017-03-29T01:05:07.000000Z Michael Sharp of Kansas and Zaida Catalan, a Swede, were investigating a new rebellion in the Democratic Republic of Congo.