The comments came a day after former CIA director John O. Brennan said he is willing to take the president to court to prevent other current and former officials from having their security clearances revoked.
The president also accused the special counsel’s team of trying to affect this year’s elections, further ramping up his rhetoric against the probe of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign.
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Pickers work at Lindy’s Seafood on Hoopers Island. (Michael S. Williamson/The Post)
Business owners on the Eastern Shore say they’ve raised wages and tried recruiting, but about a third of crab-picking jobs remain unfilled as few Americans have responded to openings and Mexican laborers are stranded at home without permission to come here to work.
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In a letter, Pope Francis said the Catholic Church has not dealt properly with “crimes” against children and needs to prevent sexual abuses from being “covered up and perpetuated.” Francis did not lay out concrete steps the Vatican would take, but acknowledged that systemic change is needed.
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If Democrats pick up governorships and state legislatures in 2018 and 2020, they will be well positioned to use that newfound power to solidify their gains for the next decade.
Nearly 90 South Korean families crossed the heavily fortified border into North Korea to be reunited with elderly relatives they had not seen since the chaos of the Korean War.
Her comments at a conference on cyberbullying came shortly after her husband disparaged the special counsel on Twitter.
The six-woman, six-man panel is weighing 18 bank fraud and tax charges against President Trump’s former campaign chairman.
Many questions remain about the woman’s ordeal, including how she fell off the ship she had been on, what happened in the moments just before or how she was able to survive for almost half a day.
Steve Dennis, who back then didn't yet have a name, was found in a telephone booth by two bread deliverymen in January 1954.
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