The destruction of the Punggye-ri testing site was a gesture designed by North Korea to show it is still willing to embark on a diplomatic journey with the United States. It came amid questions over the fate of a planned summit in June between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
With conservatives and moderates far apart on such crucial provisions as DACA, there was little sign that the warring factions would be able to reach a workable agreement on a compromise immigration bill.
The FBI’s background check into Jared Kushner took more than a year. Last month, he sat for about six hours of questioning by the special counsel’s team. Officials said it would be unusual for someone to get a full security clearance if there were an ongoing investigation that could result in charges for that person.
With a 4-0 win over Tampa Bay in Game 7, the Capitals become the first of Washington’s four major sports franchises to reach a championship since 1998. The team now faces the Vegas Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup finals.
The video depicting an incident in which NBA player Sterling Brown was subdued with a stun gun during a routine parking violation in January was “disconcerting,” the city’s mayor warned. The police chief said the officers involved had been disciplined.
Abrams could become the first African American woman elected governor in the nation’s history. She faces steep odds in a persistently red state — but two recent long-shot Democratic victories might serve as templates for a win.
The modern women’s movement began the way women have long come together, meeting in living rooms across the country to share their lives and issues. But they learned that to make a difference, they had to make a splash.