President Trump expressed concerns about the judgment of his national security adviser Michael Flynn weeks before forcing him to resign last year, according to memos kept by former FBI director James B. Comey.
The memos also say that Trump repeatedly denied allegations that he had consorted with prostitutes in Moscow in 2013 and prodded Comey to help disprove the claims.
The primary fights and defiance by rogue GOP senators risk hurting the party’s ability to hold its majority after the midterms.
As executives tour locations for the company's second headquarters, they asked public officials about what sort of “compatible cultural and community environment” each city offers.
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The federal government does not track school shootings, so The Post spent the past year compiling a database from news articles, law enforcement reports and calls to schools and police departments. The number of students affected during school hours is staggering — and it will grow as more past incidents surface and new shootings occur.
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An investigative journalist describes a 1984 conversation in which Donald Trump — posing as a Trump Organization official named John Barron — claimed that he owned most of his father's real estate empire.
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The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is operating under a joint agreement with Russia, an oil-exporting country that is a not an OPEC member, to regulate global supplies.
Currently, a successor to ailing GOP Sen. John McCain would be appointed by the governor and not stand for election until 2020. The proposed legislation expands that window to include anyone appointed between now and then, as well.
The actress, who was born in Israel, was to receive a $2 million prize that some call the “Jewish Nobel.” She has been critical of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the past.
The tour, scheduled to last 90 minutes, was halfway done when D.C. Council member Trayon White Sr. disappeared.
If confirmed, Jackson, a Navy rear admiral who led a small team of surgeons in Iraq and now heads a staff of 70 at the White House, would take the reins of an agency of more than 375,000 employees and a budget of more than $185 billion. But because Jackson has little track record in public policy, his views remain largely a mystery.
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The president’s latest courtroom defeat offers yet another civics lesson about checks and balances for the first U.S. president who lacks any governing or military experience.
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Tammie Jo Shults and Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger are credited with their calm when emergencies happened on their jets. But the pipeline between the military and the commercial cockpit is drying up.
Retropolis
The Past, Rediscovered
A new documentary, “The Six,” examines the fate of the survivors, whose story has largely remained untold or distorted, owing to a racially hostile environment toward Chinese people in the West at the turn of the 20th century.
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