Authorities and residents of Colombo, Sri Lanka, inspect the site of an explosion that took place Monday, a day after eight other attacks. (Nicky Woo for The Post)
Authorities and residents of Colombo, Sri Lanka, inspect the site of an explosion that took place Monday, a day after eight other attacks. (Nicky Woo for The Post)
Officials are investigating National Thowheeth Jamaath — a local group that a U.S. official said has ties to the Islamic State — in the highly coordinated suicide bombings of churches and hotels Sunday.
The attack in a place such as Sri Lanka stokes fears everywhere, including the United States.
The aftermath of the special counsel’s report, as well as Congress’s inability to help serve as a check on President Trump, could create a precedent in which it remains unclear where to draw lines on presidential behavior.
Democratic leaders said investigative committees would continue their inquiries into President Trump, according to three officials on a conference call Monday.
The House Judiciary Committee ordered the president’s former counsel Donald McGahn to testify next month and hand over documents pertaining to federal investigations of Trump.
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The press secretary, exposed for false statements, may be permanently damaged as Trump’s spokewoman.
In a first-of-its-kind-decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit ruled that marking a car’s tires to gather information is a form of trespass requiring a warrant.
The new head of the agency that regulates Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac confirmed he is reviewing issues surrounding executive pay at the housing giants. Nine executives at Fannie and Freddie are paid $2 million or more.
The community demanded law enforcement be more assertive. Now some are wondering whether this is the inevitable result.
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The week-old dogs — which would still fit in the palm of a human hand — have survived, thanks to a passerby who found them just in time.
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