Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) will be at the center of what is likely to be one of the most contentious confirmation battles in history, affording him an opportunity to demonstrate his loyalty to President Trump.
One studio in a rural town has recorded more than 50 such songs since the pandemic began. The artists hope the music that chronicles this strange era will be the most memorable — and most played — on local airwaves.
Eight months after the countries signed a partial trade agreement that President Trump promised would be “transformative,” the U.S.-China relationship instead is mired in an escalating number of bitter disputes.
Neither the ban on WeChat nor a separate one on TikTok will go into effect as scheduled after the court order and a separate decision Saturday by the Commerce Department to delay the TikTok ban until Sept. 27. TikTok’s owner is negotiating a possible deal to give Oracle oversight of U.S. user data.
The Trump administration plans this week to spell out how it intends to enforce U.N. sanctions against Iran that the international community says it has no right to reimpose because it withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal. Iran’s currency sank to a historic low.
As countries grapple with how to return students to classrooms, a growing number of schools have embraced outdoor learning — especially in the highly regarded Nordic education systems, where the model had already begun to gain momentum.