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Cubans in the palace, illicit gold deals, Hezbollah cells: Allegations of Maduro’s ex-spy chief

In exclusive interviews with The Post, Gen. Manuel Ricardo Cristopher Figuera gave new details of the failed uprising to oust Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro. After defecting, Figuera hid in Colombia for nearly two months before arriving in the United States.

Warning U.S. ‘restraint’ is limited, Trump imposes new sanctions on Iran

The U.S. economic penalties are part of the president’s strategy to drive Iran to the bargaining table for new talks over its nuclear ambitions.

‘Not my type’: Trump denies allegations of woman who said he assaulted her

President Trump’s comments came hours after E. Jean Carroll voiced frustration that he has not faced consequences for a string of previous misconduct allegations.

White House to bar Conway from testifying about alleged violations of Hatch Act

Anticipating counselor Kellyanne Conway’s noncompliance, the House Oversight Committee plans to vote Wednesday on a subpoena to force her testimony.
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(Zoë van Dijk for The Post)

Data brokers are selling your secrets. Some states are trying to stop them. It isn’t easy.

Vermont’s new data broker registry highlights the difficulties of regulating dozens of secretive firms that buy and sell the personal information of millions of Americans.
The order directs HHS to write rules requiring hospitals and insurers to disclose the rates they negotiate.
An independent state agency could soon decide whether Missouri becomes the first state without access to abortion in more than 40 years.
The president signed into law $600 million in emergency food stamps for Puerto Rico on June 6, but the aid may not arrive until September.
‘All the Best People’
President Trump has told aides that in the White House, he has at times felt surrounded by people he cannot trust. He doesn’t worry about that with Fox News personality Jeanine Pirro, his defender who is always on offense.
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Sen. Kamala D. Harris participates in a town hall on MSNBC. (Liz Nemeth/MSNBC)
Sen. Kamala D. Harris participates in a town hall on MSNBC. (Liz Nemeth/MSNBC)
Critic’s Notebook
The Post’s theater critic is reviewing the performances of the Democrats seeking their party’s presidential nomination. In the senator from California he found an aura of authority that he predicts will become more powerful.
Mackenzie Lueck has been missing for a week after she took a Lyft from the airport, leaving few clues.
It’s a borderline sporting offense that the tournament’s two best teams and top ticket-sellers must square off in the quarterfinals.
(Bloomberg News)
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Experts cite careful growth, strong customer service and an embrace of new technologies for the chicken chain’s surge.
(Marvin Joseph/The Post)
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Decades after life took these eight women down one path, they forged new ones for themselves.
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By The Way
The overtourism problem isn’t going away. Here’s how not to make it worse.
(Nicki DeMarco, Sarah Hashemi/The Washington Post)
A theater critic reviews Sen. Kamala Harris's campaign performance
A theater critic reviews Sen. Kamala Harris's campaign performance
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'Where is the money?': Trump, Pence blame poor migrant detention center conditions on Congress
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Budding private economy in Cuba takes a hit as fewer tourists travel to Havana
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Meet Scamp the Tramp, the 'World's Ugliest Dog'
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