Amid the growing uproar over family separations, the president told GOP members of Congress in a closed-door session that building a border wall and finding a solution for the hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants would poll "very, very highly,” but he provided anxious Republicans with no clear path forward two days ahead of votes on competing GOP bills.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley had repeatedly urged changes to remove what the U.S. has called a disproportionate amount of criticism toward Israel and to boot human rights abusers.
Peter Strzok, who had been reassigned to the FBI’s Human Resources Division after he was taken off the special counsel investigation for anti-Trump texts, technically remains an FBI agent, his lawyer said.
Michelle Duster, great-granddaughter of Ida B. Wells, poses for a portrait at her home in Chicago. (Taylor Glascock for The Post)
Michelle Duster, great-granddaughter of Ida B. Wells, poses for a portrait at her home in Chicago. (Taylor Glascock for The Post)
Born into slavery in Mississippi in 1862, Wells became a crusading African American journalist who exposed the crime and shame of lynching and fought for women’s suffrage.
Christopher Wylie, who worked at Cambridge Analytica before it assisted Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, said the practice threatens Web users’ privacy and the healthy functioning of democracy.
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Republicans released a budget proposal that would balance in nine years by making large cuts to entitlement program that President Trump has vowed not to touch.
Lawmakers sparred for a second day over an internal Justice Department report that sharply criticized former FBI director James B. Comey for the bureau’s work investigating Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Italy's interior minister said he wants a full count of the Roma population and an expulsion of non-Italians.
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He’s 6-foot-8, arms covered in ink, head as bald as a wrecking ball. When he strolls through town, everyone knows his name: the boys from the foundry, the brewers, the carpenters. And now the mayor of Braddock, Pa., is Pennsylvania’s Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor.
Experts say the technology has the potential to make foods less perishable — with huge boons for consumers, the environment and the food industry.
Two people have admitted in Newport News federal court that they used the stolen identities to take out fake loans through a federal credit union. The case appears to be the first involving Office of Personnel Management data to be publicly revealed by the Justice Department.
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