A month after President Trump declared the Islamic State defeated and ordered that the 2,000 U.S. troops in Syria be withdrawn, the bombing showed that the militants are likely to remain a force in Syria for the foreseeable future.
The administration is calling for urgent new investments in missile-defense technologies, many of which the Pentagon pursued during the Cold War but abandoned after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
John Engler’s resignation makes him the university’s second leader to step down under pressure in the scandal surrounding Larry Nassar, the former Michigan State sports medicine doctor who is serving a prison sentence of at least 40 years.
The House speaker’s confrontational approach to the president has united Democrats and cheered liberals — but it also carries risks ahead of the 2020 campaign.
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Deputy Secretary Pam Patenaude disagreed with members of the administration over housing policy and the White House’s attempt to block disaster funding for Puerto Rico, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
In an appearance on CNN, the president’s lawyer said he has only stated that President Trump did not collude with Russia during the presidential campaign.
Commentary about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s intelligence, clothing and working-class roots has been so relentless that even some Republicans are coming to her defense.
Democrats have very real divisions about public education today — namely how schools should operate and what kind of schools the public should pay for.
The Democratic senator from New York and new presidential candidate begins to define herself for voters: as a fighter and a mom, among other things.
Jilmar Ramos-Gomez’s story gained national attention after the ACLU demanded an investigation to figure out how he was slated for deportation.
The General Services Administration failed to determine whether the lease violates the Constitution’s emoluments clauses, which bar presidents from taking payments from foreign governments or individual U.S. states, the agency's inspector general said.
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