The president muddied the waters on whether he thinks Russia meddled in the 2016 campaign.
Republicans in more moderate areas have repeatedly found themselves squeezed between their need to court Trump supporters and the friction the president’s actions on issues of trade, immigration and foreign policy have caused in their districts.
For decades, cities have searched for ways to reduce the unemployment gap between whites and blacks. Angelica Dunn and Isaiah Hall were living in a place that might have found one. The Post followed them during a targeted employment training program in Nebraska.
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The shooter, described by witnesses as a white male dressed in black, was also killed in an “exchange of gunfire,” said Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders.
The lawyer for adult-film star Stormy Daniels said that the secret recording of President Trump that was revealed on Friday is far from the only one made by Trump’s longtime attorney Michael Cohen.
A social experiment is underway as schools in New Delhi focus on students’ well-being.
Four additional complaints of sexual misconduct have surfaced against Cardinal Thomas McCarrick, who was suspended from ministry by the Vatican last month.
As Hollywood hurtles toward an all-encompassing future, some underrepresented groups have secured a far louder voice than others.
The NFL’s never-ending anthem controversy is remarkable for the level of fervor it continues to stir, but the very nature of the sport has evoked passion for generations.
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