For the second straight day, the president was unrestrained in his commentary about Robert S. Mueller III’s expanding investigation, which is probing Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible links to his campaign. Trump also attacked the integrity of former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, who was fired last week.
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With 20 years of law enforcement service under his belt, he could take a federal job for a day to get his full retirement benefits, a former government official said.
GOP incumbents who have rarely faced a viable challenger are being forced to build campaign operations and make more frequent appearances in their districts.
A road that leads to John McGuire’s home in Lisbon, Conn. (Bryan Anselm for The Post)
A road that leads to John McGuire’s home in Lisbon, Conn. (Bryan Anselm for The Post)
A controversial warrant used in five states allows authorities to temporarily confiscate guns from law-abiding — but at-risk — owners. Gun-control advocates say it is a common-sense way to prevent suicides, murders and mass shootings. But some gun owners say it is the manifestation of their greatest fear.
Boutique workout studios are exploding in gentrifying urban areas, with more than 18 million people now claiming membership. But some have begun to question the stark differences between the studios and the neighborhood YMCA. Step into a class, and you'll likely see very few people of color, older or heavier exercisers.
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The social media giant has acknowledged that its user data was collected on a vast scale, but it has declined to confirm or deny reports that information from 50 million users was accessed.
The Supreme Court could possibly strike down a 25-year-old federal law that largely prohibits sports bets outside of Nevada.
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While attention is usually focused on the lack of bipartisanship in Congress, a new survey shows the "value divide" among Americans is a deeply rooted problem.
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In a weekend that’s already had its fair share of upsets, the idea that the Bulldogs would beat a school with the size and prestige of Ohio State wasn’t a surprise.
The “Saturday Night Live” cold open focused on a week of Trump administration firings.
The Past, Rediscovered
Six years ago, authorities in Pennsylvania said gold hunters couldn't dig on state land. Now, they appear to be working together and keeping mum on the details.
He could have anxiety or ADHD or be bored. It will take some detective work before it can be addressed.
A step-by-step guide to mastering — and customizing — this classic comfort food.
Many women, just like men, are tired and scared of online dating.
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