The discovery alarmed some advisers to the president, who feared that his daughter’s prac­tices bore similarities to the personal email use of Hillary Clinton, an issue he made a focus of his campaign.
Markets fell across the globe as a weeks-long swoon in tech stocks deepened and dragged down the retail sector.
Mark Gonzalez, the district attorney of Nueces County, Tex., at lunch with friends last month.
Mark Gonzalez, the district attorney of Nueces County, Tex., at lunch with friends last month.
A portrait of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata adorns the wall of Mark Gonzalez’s office.
A portrait of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata adorns the wall of Mark Gonzalez’s office.
Gonzalez has a “Not Guilty” tattoo on his chest that celebrates his victories as a defense attorney.
Gonzalez has a “Not Guilty” tattoo on his chest that celebrates his victories as a defense attorney.
Mark Gonzalez speaks to the family of a homicide victim after the defendant’s plea hearing.
Mark Gonzalez speaks to the family of a homicide victim after the defendant’s plea hearing.
Mark Gonzalez, right, and his daughter, Violet Rae, 4, say goodbye to his mother and stepfather.
Mark Gonzalez, right, and his daughter, Violet Rae, 4, say goodbye to his mother and stepfather.
Mark Gonzalez, the district attorney of Nueces County, Tex., is among a new crop of prosecutors elected across the country who are upending a traditional tough-on-crime focus by emphasizing a holistic approach over conviction rates and long sentences.
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The devastating fire has left at least 52,000 people in hotels, relatives’ homes, parking lots and makeshift shelters. But with rain in the forecast, those living in tents face the threat of flooding.
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The president has previously declined to visit combat regions in Afghanistan or Iraq, saying he does not want to associate himself with wars he views as failures, according to current and former advisers.
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Vice President Pence and the State Department defend reporters overseas. But their efforts are undercut by the president's rhetoric on “fake news” and “enemy of the people.”
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It was the third-highest-scoring game in NFL history. It was the first-ever NFL game in which each team had 50 or more points. And there even was enough glory to go around for the defenses to receive some congratulations.
While there have certainly been shocking results before (remember Donny Osmond over Mýa or Donald Driver over Katherine Jenkins?), the stunned expressions of contestants when the winner was announced said it all.
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