Officials at the most senior levels across the U.S. military have been attempting to determine what President Trump may have agreed to on national security issues in his one-on-one with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The administration has offered few specifics on meetings that the president described as a “tremendous success.”
Reporter
“Is Russia still targeting the U.S., Mr. President?”
President Trump
“Thank you very much. No.”
Reporter
“No? You don’t believe that to be the case?”
President Trump
“No.”
For the third straight day, President Trump cast doubt on whether he views Russia as a threat, despite warnings from his own government that Moscow continues to target the United States with hostile actions.
Jessica Lopez packages wire coil nails at Mid Continent Nail Corp. in Poplar Bluff, Mo. (Brad Vest for The Post)
Jessica Lopez packages wire coil nails at Mid Continent Nail Corp. in Poplar Bluff, Mo. (Brad Vest for The Post)
Ken Henson, a manual machine operator, works inside the machine shop. (Brad Vest for The Post)
Ken Henson, a manual machine operator, works inside the machine shop. (Brad Vest for The Post)
A forklift driver moves pallets of nails inside the warehouse. (Brad Vest for The Post)
A forklift driver moves pallets of nails inside the warehouse. (Brad Vest for The Post)
Nails move through a machine at Mid Continent. (Brad Vest for The Post)
Nails move through a machine at Mid Continent. (Brad Vest for The Post)
Trade restrictions aimed at preventing U.S. jobs from heading elsewhere have instead hampered one Missouri company’s effort to create jobs in the United States. Officials at Mid Continent say that without relief, the nail plant could be out of business by Labor Day — or that remaining production could move to Mexico or another country.
A Democratic senator says Brett Kavanaugh, who served as associate White House counsel, was “not accurate” on the issue in testimony he gave under oath in a 2006 confirmation hearing to be an appeals court judge.
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Ahead of Robert Wilkie’s likely confirmation to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, more than a dozen career civil servants have been moved from the headquarters' leadership suite and reassigned to lower-profile roles.
The law’s passage was celebrated as a historic moment by Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies, but Arab officials attacked the law, with one advocate saying it has key elements of apartheid.
Cirrhosis-related deaths increased by 65 percent from 1999 to 2016, and deaths from liver cancer doubled, the British Medical Journal reported.
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(Illustration by Eddie Alvarez/The Post, based on images from Getty Images, iStock)
(Illustration by Eddie Alvarez/The Post, based on images from Getty Images, iStock)
(Illustration by Eddie Alvarez/The Post, based on images from Getty Images, iStock)
(Illustration by Eddie Alvarez/The Post, based on images from Getty Images, iStock)
(Illustration by Eddie Alvarez/The Post, based on images from Getty Images, iStock)
Longtime Washingtonians hoped the former president and first lady would become unofficial ambassadors for the nation’s capital, embracing their adopted city. Instead, they’ve embraced their new lives as private citizens, emphasis on “private.”
Former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon’s comments came even as Oprah Winfrey has repeatedly talked down the possibility of running for president.
Rep. Jason Lewis, who represents a Minnesota district that many believe to be in play for Democrats in the midterm elections, made the remarks on a syndicated radio show he hosted in the years before he was elected.
Wilmington’s mayor apologized and faulted not just the city’s handling of the incident but also the justifications it made after the children were kicked out.
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