The president tweeted that he would “demand” that the Justice Department look into whether any such requests were made by “people within the Obama Administration!” The statement escalated a battle over federal law enforcement’s use of a confidential source to aid its inquiry into whether the Trump campaign and Russia coordinated to influence the 2016 election.
The head of Columbus Nova, which paid President Trump’s personal lawyer $500,000 to bring in new investors, also contributed to Trump’s inaugural committee and the Republican National Committee.
From North Korea nuclear negotiations to China trade talks, old habits of conflict and contradiction stymie the president’s reach for triumphs.
Sheila Suarez, 23, who studies at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, and Lars E. Schonander, 19, a sophomore at George Washington University. (Stephen Voss for The Post)
Sheila Suarez, 23, who studies at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, and Lars E. Schonander, 19, a sophomore at George Washington University. (Stephen Voss for The Post)
One goes to a commuter school. One goes to an elite private university. How different — and similar — are their lives? To try to capture what college looks like today, we dispatched two reporters to shadow two undergrads on the same day in April.
The retired Marine, best known for his role in the Iran-contra scandal in the 1980s, said many young boys have “been on Ritalin” since early childhood. “They’ve been drugged in many cases,” he said during an appearance on “Fox News Sunday.”
Perspective
Michael Avenatti is effective, in part, because he plays the same game as President Trump, with a gleeful willingness to attack and an instinct for manipulating journalistic appetites.
The announcement comes five weeks after a manager at a Philadelphia store called police on two black men who were at the cafe for a business meeting. One or both of the men had asked to use the bathroom but were told they couldn’t because they had not bought anything.
Traditional opposition parties, which have been largely prevented from fielding candidates, have called for a boycott, claiming that President Nicolás Maduro is moving to seize dictatorial powers.
The two men were mountain-biking when they realized the wildcat was chasing them. A wildlife expert said the fatal attack was unusual behavior.
The star-studded sketch marked the return of Tina Fey’s popular impression of the former Alaska governor during the 2008 election.
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The Past, Rediscovered
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