Analysis
President Trump abandoned his policy of removing migrant children from their parents’ care without any mention of supporters who had spent weeks defending him and echoing his false claim that Democrats alone were responsible for the crisis. Instead, he talked about his own strength, an issue he has always placed at the center of the immigration debate.
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The president made clear in a campaign-style rally that he hopes the executive order reversing the administration’s policy on splitting migrant families will let him shift the immigration debate back toward terrain he’s more confident he can win on.
As the House prepared to consider faltering immigration legislation crafted solely by Republicans, the president accused Democratic leaders of being unwilling to negotiate a “real deal.”
The company said an investigation found that Brian Krzanich had violated its non-fraternization rules that apply "to all managers.“ Robert Swan, Intel’s chief financial officer, will serve as interim chief executive.
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Many of the proposed changes would need to be approved by Congress, making their success a long shot in a politically divided period leading up to the midterm elections.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not implicated in this case, but the charges against his wife could have far-reaching consequences for him.
The White House senior adviser’s financial connections to Israeli banks and companies are raising concerns among Palestinian officials about his ability to impartially broker an agreement that calls for delicate diplomacy.
Officials said the officer had just been hired on the force and was sworn in hours before the shooting, but had worked as a police officer in the area for about eight years.
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An heir who shares his dad’s ambitions — but not his lifestyle — tries to put the spray-tan-and-silicone look in the past.
A federal report answers one big question in a mysterious wildlife crime that angered conservation organizations and stumped U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service investigators.
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