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Policing where murders go unsolved.
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Passage of the bill was a victory for President Trump and his son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, who had pushed for the measure.
Supporters of former national security adviser Michael Flynn thought the jurist would reveal overreach by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III and the FBI.
Democrats rejected a Republican spending offer, and Congress appeared headed toward the lowest-common-denominator solution: a short-term funding extension.
Jared Garber, left, Grey Lehrhaupt and Drew Bradley are discovering middle school’s cliques and strict gender codes.
Jared Garber, left, Grey Lehrhaupt and Drew Bradley are discovering middle school’s cliques and strict gender codes.
Grey Lehrhaupt wishes every grown-up knew this about being 12: “Sometimes you just gotta be with your friends.”
Grey Lehrhaupt wishes every grown-up knew this about being 12: “Sometimes you just gotta be with your friends.”
Sometimes playing hockey, a sport known for brutality, isn’t enough for Jared, left, and Grey, right, to impress their male peers.
Sometimes playing hockey, a sport known for brutality, isn’t enough for Jared, left, and Grey, right, to impress their male peers.
Grey Lehrhaupt, left, and Jared Garber are at their local ice rink multiple times a week.
Grey Lehrhaupt, left, and Jared Garber are at their local ice rink multiple times a week.
Being a Boy
At an age when peers become more important than parents, these three buddies are awakening to middle school’s cliques and strict gender codes.
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“I’m not one of these big ego legacy guys. I like to think that I took the opportunity I was given and made a positive difference in people’s lives,” Speaker Paul D. Ryan said of his congressional tenure.
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Lawmakers described a facility jam-packed with families, lacking sufficient medical care and poorly equipped to care for children. “The only reason this facility is still open as it is now is because these cameras can’t get in,” Rep. Al Green (D-Tex.) told reporters.
A judicial council said it no longer has the authority to review his conduct because he is on the Supreme Court now and no longer on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
The agreement with the New York attorney general comes amid an ongoing lawsuit against the Donald J. Trump Foundation, President Trump and his three eldest children.
The Government Accountability Office says the agency spent just $57,000 of more than $6 million designated for a suicide-prevention campaign.
Analysis
From “Laverne & Shirley" to "A League of Their Own," Marshall, who died Monday, promoted the work of many women, but she resisted being called a feminist.
For months, Shaima Swileh waited in limbo as her dying toddler's condition worsened in a California hospital.
Most Americans live in urban areas. But rural life would be their No. 1 preference, given the choice, new data from Gallup shows.
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