Trump erupted at intelligence report that Russia favors him

After a senior U.S. intelligence official told lawmakers last week that Russia wants to see President Trump reelected, he grew angry at his acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maguire, viewing him and his staff as disloyal for telling Congress about Russia’s perceived preference.

Coronavirus-infected Americans flown home against CDC’s advice

The State Department chose to keep 14 infected passengers on planes flying to the United States. The decision was a pivotal moment for U.S. officials improvising their response to a crisis with few precedents.

Pompeo, Taliban announce plan to sign peace deal at end of month

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Elvis Brooks stays close to home in Alexandria, La., where he moved after more than four decades of incarceration. (William Widmer for The Post)
Elvis Brooks stays close to home in Alexandria, La., where he moved after more than four decades of incarceration. (William Widmer for The Post)

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