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The threat comes amid escalating tensions with the United States and so far unsuccessful European efforts to salvage the 2015 deal.
U.S. officials say it is too soon to get a full picture of the impact on migration trends from President Trump’s deal with Mexico.
Hospitals worry that thousands of spam calls can be a life-or-death threat in a setting where every second counts.
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Critic’s Notebook
Bruce Springsteen and Madonna, two of pop music’s immortals, both have new albums out. But instead of trying to win new congregants, they’re singing to the faithful — and the songs are strange.
The soaking spring is giving way to a desert dry as soaring temperatures scorch new growth into blankets of kindling. “It changes so fast right now,” one forester said.
“It sounds to me like he’s looking for some way to take offense,” the Senate majority leader said of Stewart on Monday, days after the comedian’s emotional testimony on Capitol Hill.
The penalties run as high as 70 percent on 28 products and come just days before world leaders meet at the Group of 20 summit in Osaka, Japan.
The would-be student acknowledged making “abhorrent racial slurs” when he was 16.
The president has used Twitter to lambaste the “Do Nothing Party,” when in fact the members have ticked through a long list of legislative items.
Campaign 2020
Analysis
The campaigns are trying to convince black voters that they have an economic plan to address racism.
Police said they have taken two people into custody and recovered two firearms. The victims suffered “serious but not life threatening” injuries, they said.
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Gloria Vanderbilt
1924–2019
Four husbands, four sons and more than 40 years after the scandal-tinged custody trial that made her famous, she courted the spotlight by merchandising her celebrity.
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(Kevin D. Liles for The Post)
(Kevin D. Liles for The Post)
Special Report
After a resident of a diversifying Atlanta suburb was charged with plotting to blow up the White House, neighbors began to worry for his mother.
(Marvin Joseph/The Post)
(Marvin Joseph/The Post)
From the Magazine
The self-professed musical theater nerd shoots tuneful barbs at Trumpworld via social media.
(Amjaad Al-Hussain)
(Amjaad Al-Hussain)
Voraciously
She self-published "Sifratna" just for friends, family and colleagues, but it has turned into something else.
(Joshua Carroll, Danielle Kunitz/The Washington Post)
Opinion | Stop calling impeachment a 'political' question. That's not what the framers intended.
Opinion | Stop calling impeachment a 'political' question. That's not what the framers intended.
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