Federal officials are using executive authority to create a bureaucratic wall that could be more effective than any physical one as the Trump administration works to reduce the number of foreigners in the United States and overhaul the immigration system.
The military is scrutinizing three Army noncommissioned officers assigned to the White House Communications Agency who allegedly broke curfew during President Trump’s recent trip to Vietnam, officials said.
The GOP moderate wrote that she supports eliminating the requirement for Americans to have health insurance. Republicans’ inclusion of the repeal in the Senate tax overhaul package had raised doubts about whether moderate Republicans would support the bill.
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David Cassidy as Keith Partridge in “The Partridge Family.” (ABC)
David Cassidy as Keith Partridge in “The Partridge Family.” (ABC)
David Cassidy
1950–2017
At the height of his popularity, David Cassidy commanded a rabid fan base that drew comparisons to those of Elvis Presley and the Beatles. His likeness was emblazoned on posters, coloring books and lunchboxes, as the band he led on a TV sitcom — the Partridge Family — became one of the decade’s defining pop music acts.
The president’s tacit support for Moore, who is accused of sexual misconduct, contrasts with other GOP leaders who urged the Senate candidate from Alabama to exit the race.
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Some NFL owners believe there is a strong possibility they will enact an offseason change to the league’s national anthem policy if the players’ protests continue through the end of this season.
The move sets the stage for a crucial vote next month at the Federal Communications Commission. The agency’s Republican chairman, Ajit Pai, sees repealing net neutrality rules as a top priority.
The ride-hailing company said it suffered a breach in 2016 that exposed personal information, including names and phones numbers, of drivers and customers.
The president continued one of the White House’s longest running holiday traditions: the presentation and pardoning of a turkey. The 47-pound male, named Drumstick, will live alongside the birds Barack Obama pardoned last year.
A bill that would limit and regulate short-term rentals has caused disputes across Washington as it grapples with redevelopment’s effect on neighborhoods, housing costs, and economic and racial demographics.
Robert Mugabe’s exit, which was announced by the speaker of parliament, marked the end of a tumultuous reign that lasted from Zimbabwe’s independence through economic collapse.
Rocklands Farm in Maryland shut down the conference when it learned that white nationalists were affiliated with the weekend event.
U.S. military investigators found the partial remains about five weeks after Johnson died in an ambush, the Pentagon said, raising more questions about the operation that led to the deaths of four elite U.S. soldiers.
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