Attendees at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, said they feared the United States was undermining its own economy — and the rest of the world’s — via a trade war and a prolonged shutdown.
An attorney for Paul Whelan said it is unknown how the former U.S. Marine got the flash drive or whether he knew it contained classified material.
Kurdish peshmerga fighters survey damage after an ISIS suicide truck exploded near Mosul in 2015. (Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq)
Kurdish peshmerga fighters survey damage after an ISIS suicide truck exploded near Mosul in 2015. (Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq)
Chlorine seeps from a canister after a foiled attack by the Islamic State near Mosul in 2015. (Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq)
Chlorine seeps from a canister after a foiled attack by the Islamic State near Mosul in 2015. (Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq)
Paramedics in 2013 at a unit set up to treat victims of chemical weapons in Reyhanli, Turkey, not far from Syria. (AP)
Paramedics in 2013 at a unit set up to treat victims of chemical weapons in Reyhanli, Turkey, not far from Syria. (AP)
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In a prison interview, a former Iraqi official described his 15-month stint supervising the manufacture of lethal toxins for the world’s deadliest terrorist group. Others who worked on the secret program are thought to be still at large.
In “Team of Vipers,” ex-West Wing communications aide Cliff Sims recounts scenes of chaos, dysfunction and duplicity among the president, his family members and administration officials.
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In a statement, the president’s personal lawyer said his remarks that discussions were held as late as November 2016 were “hypothetical” and not based on talks with Trump.
The St. John's College campus in Annapolis, Md. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
The St. John's College campus in Annapolis, Md. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Twenty-three private colleges have reduced tuition since 2016. Some need to bolster recruiting. Others want to escape a pricing formula that assumes prospective students view high tuition as a mark of educational quality.
Smaller departments say they cannot justify the expense of equipment and data storage amid budget crunches.
As Pacific Gas and Electric faces bankruptcy, it also could owe tens of billions of dollars for its connection to California’s deadliest and costliest wildfires.
A look at what the California Democrat is expected to push for in her presidential campaign.
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Martin Baron is among the speakers on a panel about the media at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
She refused to rule out a no-deal Brexit — the possibility that Britain leaves the E.U. without a deal on March 29, resulting in the halting of trade and travel and in general chaos.
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