The darkening cloud hanging over some Cabinet agencies, including the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Environmental Protection Agency, has some GOP strategists worried. But others said the sagas gripping Washington probably won’t worry many voters.
Matt Lauer is not the only prominent anchor accused of seeking inappropriate relationships with younger women. One former NBC correspondent told The Post that legendary anchor Tom Brokaw made unwanted advances toward her in the 1990s.
The 80-year-old comedian, once revered as "America’s Dad," faces a maximum of 30 years in prison after being convicted of assaulting Andrea Constand, a Temple University women's basketball administrator whom he was mentoring.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is set to cross into South Korea for nuclear and peace talks that officials on both sides hope will lay the groundwork for an upcoming meeting between Kim and President Trump.
In a memo outlining the new proposal that was obtained by The Washington Post, officials say threatening adults with criminal charges and prison time would be the “most effective” way to reverse the steadily rising number of attempted crossings.
The president threatened to reshape the agency’s leadership and demolish its tradition of independence from politics. Meanwhile, department alums are fighting back with increasing vigor in the form of petitions and events.
The committee said Robert Menendez, who avoided conviction in a federal corruption trial last year, violated federal law and Senate rules in accepting unreported gifts from a friend and political ally whom the New Jersey Democrat used his office to assist.
Born a slave, the teacher and journalist crusaded against racial terror. She is now among the black women recognized at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Ala., which opened today.
The split vote represents the political scrutiny he is likely to encounter as he moves from the CIA to the State Department, where he’ll face the challenges of flagging morale and a president who is prone to impulsiveness.
The company said it is dropping its Taurus, Fusion and Fiesta models in the U.S. in favor of a “winning portfolio” of crossovers and SUVS. The automaker is also keeping its Mustang sports car and a new crossover based on the Focus.