Lawmakers have reached an agreement in principle to approve a package expected to cost $19.1 billion, but leaving out border money the White House demanded, according to Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Richard Shelby (R-Ala.).
The House speaker suggested that President Trump sees a benefit in potential exoneration during a Senate impeachment trial.
Stephen Calk, a onetime adviser to Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, was accused of approving $16 million in loans to ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
(Bill O’Leary/The Post)
(Bill O’Leary/The Post)
Swindles and hoaxes occur all over the world. To help you spot them, we list the most common ploys and offer tips on how to protect yourself from them.
The proposal comes as the military seeks to address what officials have described as a spike in threats against U.S. forces, detected by U.S. intelligence streams, from Iran and its proxy groups.
The package unveiled today by the Trump administration is bigger than last year's $12 billion in emergency aid for farmers and ranchers caught in tariff showdowns.
(Charlie Riedel/Associated Press)
(Charlie Riedel/Associated Press)
The day before a storm killed three people, Jefferson City was listed by the Storm Prediction Center as having a “marginal risk” of severe weather.
  • 2 hours ago
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party are poised to win a clear majority of seats in Parliament, a result that represents a stunning mandate for the charismatic and polarizing politician.
The Daily 202
Obama alumni are outraged by the announcement that she won’t replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill anytime soon.
Donald Lynn Cash, who had just completed his goal of climbing the highest peak on each continent, collapsed shortly after he reached Everest's peak.
Date Lab
They had a lot in common — with one big exception.
  • 10 hours ago
(Iris Schneider for The Post)
(Iris Schneider for The Post)
In Case You Missed It
Ellis, the 1980s bad boy novelist, has reinvented himself as a Twitter-era podcaster and provocateur. His new hobby: “triggering millennials” — or what he calls “Generation Wuss.”
(Salwan Georges/The Post)
(Salwan Georges/The Post)
Special Report
Although the president has taken steps to confront the deadly drug crisis, the depth of the problem continues to overwhelm the government.
(Stacy Zarin Goldberg for The Post)
(Stacy Zarin Goldberg for The Post)
This one will blow “meh” takeout and frozen entrees out of the water.
(Joshua Carroll, Kate Woodsome, Joyce Lee, Thomas LeGro, Danielle Kunitz/The Washington Post)
Khashoggi fiancee: 'I remember feeling more scared than I have ever felt in my life'
Khashoggi fiancee: 'I remember feeling more scared than I have ever felt in my life'
Play Video 12:21
Democrats divided on impeaching Trump
Play Video 1:33
Tracing the origins of a video Katrina Pierson said represented Gaza | Fact Checker
Play Video 4:11
‘Nationally televised hissy fit’: Late-night hosts rip Trump’s impromptu news conference
Play Video 1:54
Market Watch
Dow 25,474.27
Today 1.17%
S&P 2,821.88
Today 1.2%
NASDAQ 7,631.25
Today 1.54%
Last Updated:3:38 PM 05/23/2019
From Our Advertisers
This content is paid for by the advertiser and published by WP BrandStudio. The Washington Post newsroom was not involved in the creation of this content. Learn more about WP BrandStudio.