The former president required the Secret Service to devote agents and money to wealthy adults with no role in government, whom the agents trailed to ski vacations, weekend houses, a resort in Cabo San Lucas and business trips abroad.
There are no official statistics about how many unclaimed bodies are buried across America, but a six-month Post investigation that included more than 100 interviews with medical examiners and officials from Maine to California found that every year tens of thousands of lives end this way.
Ohio’s Anthony Gonzalez, a former professional football player, was once seen as a rising Republican star, before his vote to impeach Trump incurred the wrath of the former president and his supporters.
Young people coming of age in an era of natural disasters are facing another struggle, too: growing anxiety about climate change. Experts warn of the emotional toll that will come from the warming of the planet, which for many people, now feels a lot more up close.
Improved economic tail winds have allowed the president to pursue an expansion of the country’s social safety net, chiefly through spending proposals that would be paid for by tax hikes on wealthy Americans and profitable corporations.
The French diplomatic response has been unusual in its public bluntness, including a comparison by the foreign minister that the secretly negotiated submarine technology deal between the United States, Australia and Britain was akin to something “Mr. Trump would do.”
The viciousness of Katherine Janness’s killing, combined with where it happened, has shaken residents. The city’s crime rate is dominating the political debate in Georgia, a state expected to be key in the 2022 midterms.