The Finance 202
While House Republicans have approved their proposal to overhaul the U.S. tax code, internal conflicts in the Senate makes passage of that chamber’s plan less assured. Meanwhile, the party’s argument that tax reforms will benefit the middle class is on a collision course with nonpartisan analyses and voters’ perceptions of the proposals.
The onetime Trump campaign adviser who went to Moscow has the classic Washington résumé, and it seems to have landed him a classic Washington booby prize: a featured role in a marquee scandal. But is Page the key to the special counsel’s Russia investigation? Or is he just an unlucky guy?
“The secret police ... pushed me so hard against the wall that I had blood coming from my head.”
The teenage prisoner, now 22, from Hyesan. She escaped from North Korea in 2013.
“Lots of police officers and security agents would come to my house to smoke, and of course I didn’t charge them — they were my protection.”
The drug dealer, 46, from Hoeryong. He escaped in 2014.
“I once went for six months without getting any salary at all.”
The construction worker, now 40, from Pyongyang. He escaped in 2015.
“When you go into the market you say to the vendors: Do you have anything delicious today?”
The phone connector, 49, from Hoeryong. She escaped in 2013.
“We would stand up in class and say, ‘Thank you, General Kim Jong Un.’”
The elementary schoolgirl, 7, from Ryongchon. She escaped in July 2017.
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In six months of interviews in South Korea and Thailand, The Washington Post talked with more than 25 North Koreans from different walks of life who escaped the brutal regime of the “Great Successor.”
The president has been quick to call accusers of his political opponents truth-tellers. But he's called his own accusers liars.
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The Daily 202
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency has moved swiftly to unwind Obama-era regulations big and small.
The woman’s screams rang out in front of a convenience store in Las Vegas as the suspect grabbed onto her.
The allegations by Trace Lysette are the second claims being made against the actor this month. Amazon said it would investigate the accusations.
But Iraqi officials warn that the Islamic State still poses a threat as the extremist group turns to more traditional terrorist tactics, including deadly suicide bombings.
Major retailers including Target and Walmart are jumping on the trend by offering sleepwear for families looking for the perfectly coordinated photo op.
Families of children with Treacher Collins syndrome have embraced the credo of acceptance and kindness of the story’s fictional protagonist.
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