Theresa May plans to step down as her party’s leader by June 7 to make way for a new British prime minister. Among those expected to fight for the job is former foreign secretary and Brexit hard-liner Boris Johnson.
The move gives Attorney General William P. Barr broad powers to unveil carefully guarded intelligence secrets about the Russia investigation as he conducts a review of the probe.
President Trump has signaled that he may invoke emergency authority to complete weapons sales that lawmakers have temporarily blocked.
Under the proposal, $30 million would go to alleged victims of the disgraced Hollywood producer, former Weinstein Company employees and creditors, and their lawyers.
Fisher Industries workers prepare land on private property in Sunland Park, N.M. (Jordyn Rozensky and Justin Hamel for The Post)
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According to administration officials, President Trump has personally and repeatedly urged the head of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to award a wall contract to a construction firm led by a Republican donor who has frequently appeared on TV to tout a border barrier.
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The change is central to agency efforts to make the most dramatic changes to federal meat-inspection policy since a 1906 law seized control of food safety from plant owners.
House Democrats agreed to suspend deadlines for the president’s accounting firm to hand over his records, pending an expedited review by the federal appeals court in D.C.
In a news conference, President Trump lashed out at the House speaker, calling her “crazy” and dismissing her criticism and political assessment.
A New York designer is using 3-D stamps to replace slave owner Andrew Jackson’s face with the woman who escaped slavery and led hundreds of others to freedom.
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