The White House’s decision to fight on for Ronny L. Jackson came hours after President Trump suggested at a news conference that Jackson should consider pulling out because of the “abuse” he was facing.
The White House physician’s nomination was already facing scrutiny from veterans groups and lawmakers who questioned his management experience. Then came the accusations of professional misconduct on several fronts.
U.S. District Judge John D. Bates delivered the toughest blow yet to efforts to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. However, he stayed his ruling for 90 days to give the Trump administration a chance to respond.
Debbie Lesko, a former state lawmaker, defeated Hiral Tipirneni, a Democratic physician making her first run for office. Republicans, rattled by the loss last month in a special election for a congressional seat in Pennsylvania, welcomed the results.
The Nepalis were granted temporary protected status after an earthquake in their homeland three years ago. According to internal planning documents viewed by The Post, they will have a one-year grace period to prepare for their departure.
The findings — that black students faced greater rates of suspension, expulsion and arrest than their white classmates — come as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is considering curbing her department’s role in investigating racial disparities in discipline.
As clearsighted, uncompromising and architecturally effective as any American design since Maya Lin’s 1982 Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the National Memorial for Peace and Justice is one of the most powerful and effective new memorials created in a generation.
The financial incentive to pick up as many detainees as possible — with few stops for rest, water, food and bathroom breaks — led to unsanitary and unsafe conditions of confinement, in violation of the 14th Amendment, the lawsuit alleges.