President Trump’s calling Omarosa Manigault Newman a dog drew stern condemnations. Trump is the first president in more than a century not to have a dog, and his dislike for the pets shows in his frequent put-downs.
The Washington archbishop served for 18 years as bishop of Pittsburgh, making him one of the church officials whose actions were examined by a grand jury. The investigation depicts Wuerl’s actions in Pittsburgh as mixed, at times stopping abusive priests from continuing in their ministries in the diocese and at other times guiding them right back into parishes.
A toxic, red algae bloom has left a trail of dead marine animals, fleeing tourists and abandoned beaches along 150 miles of southwestern Florida coastline, threatening to disrupt the state’s vital tourist season.
Late-breaking scandals could weigh on key races in Minnesota, a crowded field of Democrats is running to challenge Wisconsin’s governor, and Republicans like their chances at electing or reelecting center-right governors in Connecticut and Vermont.
Lawyers in Ohio filed a class-action lawsuit earlier this month, alleging Judge Joseph Kirby at the Warren County Probate Court engaged in a pattern of intentional discrimination against transgender youth.
The school’s handling of the tragedy, from the time Jordan McNair suffered heatstroke at a practice in May to Tuesday’s news conference by university leaders to apologize for his death, has harmed the entire institution.
Najwa Elyazgi, a recent George Mason University graduate, hopes to continue her education at Harvard. But she's afraid to go home to Libya for the summer, fearing she won't be allowed to return to the U.S.
Among 50 provisions that President Trump disputed were sections that could constrain him on Russia and the Korean peninsula. His predecessors also regularly issued signing statements disputing parts of the annual defense policy bill.