Rosen, currently the deputy secretary of transportation, would replace Rod J. Rosenstein, who plans to step down in mid-March, a Justice Department official said.
Daniel Coats is “not loyal,” President Trump said after the national intelligence director gave congressional testimony that contradicted many of Trump’s statements on security threats.
PriPara Kids Cafe is one of the many beauty parlors in South Korea that cater to young girls. (Jean Chung for The Post)
PriPara Kids Cafe is one of the many beauty parlors in South Korea that cater to young girls. (Jean Chung for The Post)
A girl at PriPara Kids Cafe in Yongin, South Korea, applies cosmetics made for children. (Jean Chung for The Post)
A girl at PriPara Kids Cafe in Yongin, South Korea, applies cosmetics made for children. (Jean Chung for The Post)
Children apply cosmetics made for children. (Jean Chung for The Post)
Children apply cosmetics made for children. (Jean Chung for The Post)
ShuShu & Sassy has a range of beauty products aimed at young girls, including these face masks. (Jean Chung for The Post)
ShuShu & Sassy has a range of beauty products aimed at young girls, including these face masks. (Jean Chung for The Post)
A girl sings and dances inside a karaoke room at PriPara Kids Cafe. (Jean Chung for The Post)
A girl sings and dances inside a karaoke room at PriPara Kids Cafe. (Jean Chung for The Post)
The effort by the industry — known as K-beauty — to reach out to girls as young as 4 is stirring concerns that touch on many core social debates in South Korea, a country that is famous for its exacting beauty norms and has one of the highest rates of plastic surgery in the world.
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The commerce secretary — one of the wealthiest members of President Trump’s Cabinet — did not sell stock he held in a bank, despite reporting otherwise, ethics officials said.
President Trump has said California had “wasted many billions of dollars” on it. Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) suggested the move was political retaliation.
Microsoft said it attempted to disrupt a “spear-phishing” attack by Russian intelligence aimed at groups that had criticized Russia.
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Border Patrol agents in Arizona detain a 14-year-old boy from Guatemala who illegally crossed the border. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Border Patrol agents in Arizona detain a 14-year-old boy from Guatemala who illegally crossed the border. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
The U.S.-Mexico border barrier in Ajo, Ariz. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
The U.S.-Mexico border barrier in Ajo, Ariz. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Children play at a migrant shelter run by Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona in Tucson on Jan. 17. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Children play at a migrant shelter run by Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona in Tucson on Jan. 17. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Border Patrol agent Daniel Hernandez speaks with a 14-year-old boy from Guatemala who was arrested after illegally crossing the border Jan. 18. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Border Patrol agent Daniel Hernandez speaks with a 14-year-old boy from Guatemala who was arrested after illegally crossing the border Jan. 18. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Families watch television and play at a migrant shelter in Tucson on Jan. 17. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Families watch television and play at a migrant shelter in Tucson on Jan. 17. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
Sarah Isgur has worked for a long line of Republicans. Most recently, she was the spokeswoman for the Justice Department, under Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Ryan Osmun was buried up to his knee after helping his friend. He was trapped in frigid water and exposed to the elements as winter storms hit the region.
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