The American delegation in Poland was put in an awkward position as career bureaucrats sought to advance the Trump administration’s coal-friendly agenda while the State Department tried to offer constructive contributions to the Paris agreement that the president loathes.
The position has proved to be a particularly thankless task in this White House, and the two people to hold the job have been left with their reputations diminished.
YouTube has become a convenient online library for racists, anti-Semites and proponents of other extremist ideas.
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To many watchers in Europe, Britain’s push for Brexit looks like a self-inflicted wound.
The retiring Utah Republican became the latest lawmaker to defend the president in the wake of a new legal filing directly implicating him in efforts to buy women’s silence.
Meng Wanzhou’s arrest has roiled markets and is at risk of devolving into a broader political dispute.
While the measure is nonbinding, it nonetheless would serve as a rebuke of President Trump, who has refused to blame Mohammed bin Salman for Jamal Khashoggi’s death.
All five missing Marines have been declared dead, bringing the death toll from from the collision between a fighter jet and a refueling plane to six.
Authorities say Elizabeth Lecron bought black powder and hundreds of screws after visiting Columbine High School and writing to Dylann Roof, who killed nine black church parishioners in a hate-filled shooting in South Carolina.
“You both will have to live with this decision,” the victim said, lashing out at two McLennan County, Texas, prosecutors.
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