The president and his allies are painting his wins as the work of a disciplined leader focusing on the needs of the public, while Democrats argue they have forced Trump to hand over sweeping concessions.
Van Drew’s decision to oppose impeachment alienated Democratic voters in his New Jersey district, sparking a primary challenge that threatened his reelection prospects. President Trump met with him Friday and urged him to join the GOP.
Britain's newly elected prime minister predicted a "wonderful adventure" after Labour voters crossed party lines to propel him to a thumping victory. But his clever strategy in England and Wales did not erase nationalist sentiments in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
In dozens of interviews, key players in the anti-narcotics campaign in Afghanistan — in which the United States has spent about $9 billion — acknowledged that none of the efforts to stop the flow of opium have worked and that, in many cases, they have made things worse.
The news has prompted questions about the justice system’s ability to hold people responsible. The agreement resulted from complex negotiations among former Weinstein board members, creditors, insurers, his accusers and the New York attorney general’s office.
Using a computer algorithm as a go-between, researchers at the University of Utah were able to get an artificial arm to provide a more biologically realistic digital pulse similar to what the brain normally receives from a native limb.
The former slave became a deputy U.S. marshal in the late 19th century and brought scores of outlaws to justice. Now he is lionized in HBO’s “Watchmen” and is the subject of a new film, “Hell on the Border.”