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A location has not yet been announced for the February summit, which would aim to jump-start nuclear talks that have been stalled for months. The news came after President Trump met in the Oval Office with Kim Yong Chol, North Korea's chief negotiator and former spy chief.
The sentence was a coda to a case that has gripped Chicago for years, spurred a federal investigation and forced public officials from their jobs.
A nonpartisan campaign could add more unpredictability to a complicated 2020 campaign. Schultz has not decided whether to run.
Sakeya Cooks talks about being furloughed from her job at the IRS in Kansas City, Mo. (Christopher Smith for The Post)
Sakeya Cooks talks about being furloughed from her job at the IRS in Kansas City, Mo. (Christopher Smith for The Post)
Jon Shapiro, a furloughed SEC employee, performs at a free concert for furloughed workers in Washington. (J. Lawler Duggan for The Post)
Jon Shapiro, a furloughed SEC employee, performs at a free concert for furloughed workers in Washington. (J. Lawler Duggan for The Post)
Mariam Hicks is working at a clothing store while furloughed from her IRS job in Kansas City, Mo. (Christopher Smith for The Post)
Mariam Hicks is working at a clothing store while furloughed from her IRS job in Kansas City, Mo. (Christopher Smith for The Post)
Customers wait in line outside a D.C. restaurant opened by chef Jose Andres for federal workers. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg)
Customers wait in line outside a D.C. restaurant opened by chef Jose Andres for federal workers. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg)
As the government shutdown nears the one-month mark, federal workers are yearning for respect and considering bailing out.
The bickering between the president and the House speaker has emerged as proxy war in the shutdown. Both parties are seeking to use their leverage to inflict pain on the other — and send messages that they believe will drive public opinion in their direction.
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The secretary of homeland security testified last month, "We’ve never had a policy for family separation.” Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) said a previously undisclosed memo contradicts that.
In the wake of a Lifetime docuseries that chronicled years of sexual misconduct allegations against the singer, he faces the most significant professional repercussions of his career as he becomes a pariah among other artists.
The protest’s theme this year claims that opposition to abortion is “pro-science” — a branding attempt that the medical community broadly opposes.
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Orchestras use live performances of the film score to reach new audiences, but John Williams’s music stands the test of time.
In the aftermath, Britons — surprised to learn that the queen’s husband still drives — wondered if he should still be doing so, and if not, who would take the keys away.
(Alice Li, Sarah Hashemi, Kayla Epstein, Jayne Orenstein, Reem Akkad/ The Washington Post)
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