Publicly, President Trump is going through the ordinary motions of being president, but behind the scenes, he is confronting broadsides from every direction — legal, political and personal.
Facing a torrent of scrutiny about how they are handling the sexual assault accusation against Brett M. Kavanaugh, a male-dominated GOP is unnerved by the potential fallout of the charged, gender-infused debates that have upended this campaign season.
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The man who revolutionized television in the 1970s with SNL, who made some of the best comedies of the 1980s and who as recently as 2012 earned rave reviews for his turn on “Community” wonders why he can’t get a break. He has a few theories.
The authentic high-end handbags, also made in China, face President Trump’s proposed new duties of 10 percent beginning Monday. That’s good news for those who peddle the fake versions that reach the U.S. market through clandestine channels.
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Brock Long — whose use of government vehicles is being investigated — and other FEMA officials told colleagues they think Kirstjen Nielsen is trying to oust him.
When President Trump visited the agency on his second day in office, he stood several floors below the point of origin for an investigation that would define his first 18 months in office. This article is adapted from Post reporter Greg Miller’s forthcoming book, “The Apprentice: Trump, Russia and the Subversion of American Democracy.”
After a cardinal and a bishop left their roles over sexual harassment allegations, the church faces calls for reform.
The founder of Defense Distributed, who has become embroiled in a national debate about “downloadable” firearms, has been charged with a second-degree felony.
The Past, Rediscovered
In 1768, James Cook set sail on the HMB Endeavour for the Pacific, eventually reaching the then-uncharted continent.
They hoped to avoid the pressure of gender stereotypes. So they have tried to raise their 2-year-old without gender.
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