House Republican leaders prevailed in lobbying the conservative House Freedom Caucus and defense hawks who demanded more money for the military in exchange for their votes. But with the Senate expected to vote late tonight, at least nine Democrats who had supported the last stopgap bill have said they will oppose this latest patch.
As other federal agencies prepared to close, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke was working out plans to keep the parks open without staff on site in an attempt to minimize public anger over the disruption of services.
The decision means that this year’s elections are likely to be conducted under the 2016 boundaries that a lower court found unconstitutional and in which Republicans hold 10 out of 13 congressional seats.
On his trip to Pennsylvania, the president followed a path blazed by his White House predecessors by mixing campaign politics with official presidential business. Government watchdogs have raised red flags over such dual-purpose jaunts and who pays for them.
The site lists an active arrest warrant for Gorka stemming from an incident of alleged “firearm or ammunition abuse.” It was issued in September 2016, less than two months before President Trump’s election victory.
In the year since President Trump’s inauguration, Washington Post photographers explored what unites Americans through portraiture and audio interviews. In 102 conversations in every state plus D.C., seven themes emerge — and they reveal that what binds us is as powerful as what divides us.
The solicitor general asked the court to add the case to its docket this term, which would be unusual because the justices usually wait for a lower court to act and it is late for the court to add cases to its oral argument calendar which ends in April.
The online retail giant released a list of regions in the United States and Canada that it is considering for its second headquarters that could support as many as 50,000 future employees. The list includes major metropolitan areas as well as a slew of smaller communities.
The criminal cases against Larry Nassar are nearing an end, with a marathon sentencing hearing where 101 of the more than 130 girls and women who’ve accused Nassar of abuse are expected to speak. Nassar faces a 60-year federal term for child pornography crimes.
Cheyenne Rose Antoine pleaded guilty to killing Brittney Gargol and was sentenced to seven years in prison. Gargol was killed by strangulation, and a belt found at the scene matched the one Antoine wore in a photo that Gargol posted hours earlier.