Both sides are pressing ahead with arrangements for a historic meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which Trump canceled last week, then suggested could be back on again.
Sen. Marco Rubio has been a vocal critic of President Trump’s plan to ease restrictions on the telecom giant, which were imposed after it broke U.S. sanctions by selling products to Iran and North Korea.
In an appearance on ABC’s “This Week,” the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee accused several conservative leaders of being “complicit” amid a showdown between the White House and the Department of Justice over an FBI source.
Onlookers watch as lava from a Kilauea volcano fissure erupts in Leilani Estates on Hawaii's Big Island on Saturday. (Getty Images)
Scientists see real-time studies of the active volcano, which has displaced thousands of residents and destroyed dozens of homes and buildings on Hawaii’s Big Island, as a unique opportunity. “For some, this is going to mean a lifetime’s work,” one said.
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The Arizona senator who has spent a lifetime playing the maverick feels free to speak his mind on Sarah Palin, Barack Obama, Iraq and President Trump in his new book, “The Restless Wave.”
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When the child is meeting with an attorney or appearing before a judge, their ability to explain why they are there and the reasons they might be seeking refuge are limited.
Bush “is awake and alert, and not in any discomfort,” a spokesman said about the 93-year-old former president.
Two people dance in the Reflecting Pool during the Poor People's Campaign in 1968. (Richard Bensinger)
Two people dance in the Reflecting Pool during the Poor People's Campaign in 1968. (Richard Bensinger)
The story of the quest undertaken by Richard Bensinger — who would grow up to become one of the nation’s best-known labor organizers — is not the saga of a famous photograph. Instead, it’s a kind of meditation on how an image can root itself in one American family.
Perspective
If the Silicon Valley billionaire really wanted to improve trust in the news media, he would help reinvent the economics of local newspapers.
A classmate took a photo of the girl behind a barricade made from a bookcase and cabinet. It was but one of thousands of such incidents across the United States in which students, most of whom have disabilities, are subjected to classroom seclusion.
The Australian veteran won the 102nd edition of the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” on one of the hottest days in Indianapolis 500 history. Danica Patrick’s final appearance in the race, meanwhile, ended with a crash that wouldn’t allow her to finish.
Authorities have not explained a possible motive, but the alleged vigilante deportation attempt came after an unrelated lawsuit at the school alleged that some students spoke so little English that they could not safely fly.
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