President Trump has sparked controversies around issues of trade, immigration and foreign policy, throwing vulnerable House incumbents for a loop. As Republicans are caught between their need to court Trump supporters and the friction his actions have prompted, Democrats are trying to highlight the revolving imbroglios to fire up voters.
For decades, cities have searched for ways to reduce the unemployment gap between whites and blacks. Angelica Dunn and Isaiah Hall were living in a place that might have found one. The Post followed them during a targeted employment training program in Nebraska.
The former press secretary — who just released a new book, “The Briefing” — discusses the nation's divide, Anthony Scaramucci, inauguration crowd sizes, the White House's relationship with the media and whether he would want to work for President Trump again.