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The ruling by North Carolina elections officials came after Mark Harris, blaming an ailment that he said affected his memory, admitted that he made incorrect statements under oath about allegations of ballot tampering in his congressional race.
The city’s top police official accused the “Empire” actor of using “the pain and anger of racism to promote his career.” The arrest of Smollett, who is accused of faking a hate-crime attack, added kindling to the nation’s racial and political tinderbox.
The number of people crossing into the United States illegally is nearing the lowest level since the early 2000s. For the White House, that might be a triumph. But for the agriculture industry, the impact is acute.
Tom Misciagna, who has Alzheimer’s, and his wife, Peggy, refer to the disease by the nickname Ollie. (Pete Marovich for The Post)
Tom Misciagna, who has Alzheimer’s, and his wife, Peggy, refer to the disease by the nickname Ollie. (Pete Marovich for The Post)
Tom jokes with Peggy at their bowling league in Manassas. (Pete Marovich for The Post)
Tom jokes with Peggy at their bowling league in Manassas. (Pete Marovich for The Post)
Tom Misciagna plays “Happy Birthday” for his wife, Peggy, in their Manassas home. (Pete Marovich for The Post)
Tom Misciagna plays “Happy Birthday” for his wife, Peggy, in their Manassas home. (Pete Marovich for The Post)
A growing camp of people are approaching dementia care with a sense of openness, playfulness and even wonder — even, crazy though it might sound, to see Alzheimer’s as a kind of gift.
91st Academy Awards
With six Oscar nods, “BlacKkKlansman” could be seen as one of the influential director’s most successful films. But to him, it’s just the latest Spike Lee Joint.
Stone posted a picture Monday on social media of Judge Amy Berman Jackson near what appeared to be an image of the crosshairs of a gun sight.
Backers of the aid effort, which involves flotillas and caravans, frame it as a way to ease hunger and disease. But the government’s enemies also hope it will topple President Nicolás Maduro, who ordered the closure of one border and weighed sealing another.
In 2016, there were six “Trump Place” buildings on the Upper West Side. Soon, there will be one.
The ruling is sharply critical of how prosecutors, including future Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, handled a non-prosecution agreement with the billionaire.
Christopher P. Hasson was still active duty at time of his arrest, amassing weapons and using work computers for some of his planning for a violent attack to further his white nationalist views, prosecutors said.
Bill Lee (R), who won election in November, said in a statement to the Tennessean newspaper that he regretted wearing the uniform at an “Old South” party while a student at Auburn University.
Perspective
When the Duke freshman's foot burst through that sneaker less than a minute into the team's nationally televised matchup against North Carolina, he blew the seams off the whole deal.
Peter Tork, left, along with Mike Nesmith, Davey Jones and Micky Dolenz, starred in “The Monkees” on NBC for two seasons beginning in 1966. (Ray Howard/AP)
Peter Tork, left, along with Mike Nesmith, Davey Jones and Micky Dolenz, starred in “The Monkees” on NBC for two seasons beginning in 1966. (Ray Howard/AP)
Peter Tork
1942–2019
Tork played “the dummy” of the group, which starred in an NBC sitcom and briefly outsold the Beatles, scoring a total of six Top 10 songs and five Top 10 albums.
(Allie Caren/ The Washington Post)
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