In a late-night tweet, President Trump told Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to “NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN” or Iran would face severe consequences. It came after Rouhani said the United States should avoid inciting Iranians, telling his diplomats that “war with Iran is the mother of all wars.”
The president falsely claimed that the special counsel investigation was sparked by surveillance of Page, a former Trump campaign adviser who was under suspicion by the FBI of being a Russian agent.
It has been a common pattern: President Trump sparks controversies around issues of trade, immigration and foreign policy that throw vulnerable lawmakers for a loop.
Zhou Tianxiao instructs Sylar to jump into the pool. (Yan Cong for The Post)
Zhou Tianxiao instructs Sylar to jump into the pool. (Yan Cong for The Post)
The entrance to Sylar’s pet paradise. (Yan Cong for The Post)
The entrance to Sylar’s pet paradise. (Yan Cong for The Post)
Zhou teaches Sylar to stand. (Yan Cong for The Post)
Zhou teaches Sylar to stand. (Yan Cong for The Post)
Staff take photos of newborn puppies. (Yan Cong for The Post)
Staff take photos of newborn puppies. (Yan Cong for The Post)
Zhou tattooed Sylar’s name on his forearm. (Yan Cong for The Post)
Zhou tattooed Sylar’s name on his forearm. (Yan Cong for The Post)
China’s one-child generation is delaying marriage and doting on animals. For one man and the dog that earned him wealth as an Internet star, nothing is too good.
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The jobs market is experiencing record-setting growth, with unemployment near its lowest levels since the 1960s and the largest, longest streak of payroll growth in recorded history. But those numbers obscure the experiences of many workers.
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The Finance 202
Analysis
The president's actions threaten to plunge an otherwise expanding economy further into a trade fight that is already rattling supply chains, spooking investors, delaying investment plans and prompting layoffs.
The Republican senator suggested that Brennan, who served under President Barack Obama, was trying to profit off his security clearance by “divulging secrets to the mainstream media” that undermine President Trump.
The shooter, described by witnesses as a white male dressed in black, died after an “exchange of gunfire,” authorities said.
Four men were taken into custody after the toddler suffered severe burns on his arm and face. Authorities have struggled in recent years to thwart attacks that have targeted a range of people, from bankers to moped riders.
Book Review
The former White House press secretary recounts his brief tenure in a new book that isn’t a political memoir, nor is it a work of recent history, nor a tell-all, or tell-anything.
A new study found that people who believe they have built-in interests just waiting to be discovered are more likely to give up on their newfound interest when they hit the inevitable roadblock.
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