Trump suggests he mentioned Biden in call with Ukrainian president

The statement came amid swirling questions about whether President Trump sought to use his influence to seek reelection help from a foreign country.

Trump’s actions likely won’t be judged in court but by voters

Whatever happened between Trump and the Ukrainian president, legal experts say, any judgment about his behavior is likely to come in the court of public opinion and, perhaps, in the halls of Congress.
Campaign 2020

Bernie Sanders has a problem. Her name is Elizabeth Warren.

In 2016, the Vermont senator basked in big crowds and liberal popularity. He’s now being eclipsed by Warren.
Don Brink picks up students on his school bus route in Worthington, Minn., this month. (Courtney Perry for The Post)
Don Brink picks up students on his school bus route in Worthington, Minn., this month. (Courtney Perry for The Post)

Immigrant children fill this town’s schools. Their bus driver is leading the backlash.

In rural Worthington, Minn., a surge of unaccompanied minors has crowded schools and left residents divided over funding an expansion.
The Emmy Awards
Analysis

12 things to know, from a quiet end for ‘Game of Thrones’ to Jenny McCarthy’s red-carpet disaster

Here’s everything you missed from the show, from Billy Porter's historic win to Julia Louis-Dreyfus's record-denying loss.

‘Climate rebels’ shut down intersections across D.C.

Climate change protesters blocked D.C. streets in the latest of a series of rallies around the world designed to force policymakers to respond to Earth’s rising temperatures.

Trump’s new U.N. diplomat to face alarm on climate change, Iran

President Trump’s speech may be the main event at the U.N. this week, but many are closely watching as Kelly Craft makes her debut in the second most prestigious job in U.S. diplomacy.
The move to release the Stena Impero comes after a brazen attack on oil installations in Saudi Arabia — an operation that U.S. officials have blamed on Iran.
That price tag is likely to keep growing as more abortion restrictions are challenged, including three in federal courts today.
The news has prompted the British government to launch the largest peacetime repatriation effort in its history.
The invitation comes as the country waits for President Reuven Rivlin to announce which candidate he has chosen to make the first attempt at forming a government.
Analysis
Having spent months as an object of ridicule, Jones authored an impressive NFL debut after replacing Eli Manning.
(Harrison Keely)
(Harrison Keely)
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The end of an American tradition: The Amtrak dining car

America’s railroad is launching new menus and upgraded accommodations in its place on some of its long-distance trains.
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(Holy Smoke BBQ/David Back)
By The Way

How Texas barbecue found a home in rural Sweden

It turns out that Swedes have an unlikely predilection for the American South.
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North America has lost 3 billion birds in 50 years

A sweeping new study says a steep decline in bird abundance, including among common species, amounts to “an overlooked biodiversity crisis.”
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