The full House is expected to vote to impeach President Trump next week, though Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has said there is “no chance” his chamber will vote to remove Trump from office.
While Volodymyr Zelensky wrestled with President Trump’s team to try to get a visit confirmed, leader after leader walked through the White House for a grip-and-grin, including Russia’s foreign minister.
The shock waves from the victory for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Conservatives are being felt far beyond the United Kingdom. Though the analogies are imperfect, what happened there has implications elsewhere.
As administration officials said the agreement contained lucrative orders for U.S. exports and new protections for American companies, critics complained that resolving the most damaging Chinese trade practices had been left to future talks.
Oil drilling has brought great prosperity to Alaska, and a new boom is on the horizon. But in a nation that is questioning the dependence on fossil fuels that drive global warming, this village is caught between a comfortable present and a frightening future.
Story by Juliet Eilperin | Photos by Bonnie Jo Mount
The Afghanistan Papers A Secret History of the War | Part 5
In documents The Post obtained, U.S., NATO and Afghan officials depicted Afghan security forces as incompetent, unmotivated, poorly trained, corrupt and riddled with deserters and infiltrators — and unable to defeat the Taliban on their own.