The attorney general’s comments drew condemnations from some involved in the case, and those inside the Justice Department privately worried he might be undercutting faith in federal law enforcement to please President Trump.
Arlington Cemetery, 2014. (Amanda Voisard for the Post)
In the second installment of this six-part series, Presidents Bush and Obama followed polar-opposite strategies to end the war in Afghanistan. Documents The Post obtained after a three-year legal battle show why both were destined to fail.
Diplomats and military commanders acknowledged they struggled to answer simple questions: Who is the enemy? How will we know when we have won?
The Labour Party’s color is red, and for generations the working classes in now struggling industrial towns have served as a defense against Conservative Party candidates such as the British prime minister. But Brexit has altered the landscape — and the wall appears wobbly.
New York’s attorney general sued the president last year, alleging he had illegally used charity money to buy portraits of himself, pay off his businesses’ legal obligations and help his 2016 campaign.
The sweater featured an image of a bug-eyed Santa Claus seated in front of three white lines that appeared to be cocaine. "Santa really likes to savor the moment when he gets his hands on some quality, grade A, Colombian snow," the product description read.