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Defense secretary nominee Patrick Shanahan withdrew from consideration Tuesday after an unusually lengthy FBI background check delayed his nomination. In interviews with The Post, he said he regretted explaining his son’s 2011 assault on his mother — Shanahan's ex-wife — with a baseball bat as an act of self-defense.
Shanahan’s six-month tenure as acting defense secretary has been clouded by uncertainty. Army Secretary Mark Esper will replace him.
In tweets, President Trump appeared to reference a plan to round up thousands of migrant parents and children in a blitz operation across major U.S. cities.
The news is a major development amid the ongoing trade war between two of the world’s largest economies.
Harassment and being rated on looks have long been a part of high school. But some teens are walking out in protest, confronting classmates and posting fliers to try to change the dynamic.
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The Trans Mountain Pipeline project will increase the flow of crude oil from the Alberta tar sands to Canada’s Pacific coast to be shipped to markets overseas.
The New York Democrat faced criticism from Republicans who said she was demeaning Jews exterminated in the Holocaust.
In an interview with Time magazine, the president said he would “certainly” go to war over nuclear weapons but left open the question of taking action to protect oil supplies.
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Awash in precious snow and water that will help meet the demands of the state’s 40 million residents, wet winter also means more fuel for fires when heat, dryness sets in.
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One group says making the run across the border is safer than rationing the medication.
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