The recent flurry of taunts and insults marks a change for President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who have avoided targeting each other in the past. But allies of both see political advantages in the tactic.
Not long after the national security adviser denounced North Korea’s recent actions, President Trump tweeted, “North Korea fired off some small weapons, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me.”
British multimillionaire Jason Kingsley’s got a shoulder-length auburn mane, movie-star stubble and a bespoke suit of Milanese armor. What for? He wants to reimagine the heavy cavalry charges, the archery assaults, and the mud and blood, the dysentery and terror, of close-hand combat in the Middle Ages.
China's ruling party has gone to extraordinary lengths to shut down the small club of students at Peking University. The school's young Marxists drew government ire after campaigning for workers’ rights and openly criticizing social inequality and corruption in China.
It did not rain for 40 days and 40 nights in Kentucky in 2017, but the deluge led to a “significant landslide” on a nearby slope that caused a barrier to collapse, leading to $1 million worth of repairs, the company said.
Kyle Lowry couldn’t wipe the smile off his face. Kawhi Leonard accepted a hug from Drake. But the Raptors’ collective focus was on Golden State, rather than on their long-awaited postseason breakthrough.
Gell-Mann’s conception of “quarks” to explain the structure of elementary particles helped establish him as a pioneer in developing the “standard model” of particle physics, a guide to the fundamental behavior of the constituents of the universe.