Scientists describe the new study as flawed. And the revival of a politically fraught issue comes as agency Commissioner Stephen M. Hahn tries to shake off critics who say he sometimes seems overly deferential to President Trump.
Callers on President Trump in recent weeks have come to expect what several allies and advisers describe as a “woe-is-me” preamble: Lengthy monologues in which he portrays the pandemic, a stalled economy and racial unrest as happening to him rather than to the country.
The Supreme Court has ruled that a New York prosecutor can subpoena Trump’s tax records. Plus, how a nursing home administered a cocktail of unapproved drugs to its residents. And a music critic ventures out to hear live music.
Amazon told employees Friday they needed to delete the shortform video app from their work phones. When asked days earlier if the U.S. was considering banning the app, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the administration was “certainly looking at it.”
A tropical storm warning was up for all of coastal Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, where a few places could see wind gusts approach 50 mph during the day Friday. But Fay’s greatest impact will be its heavy rain and flooding.
In late March, Interstate 495 near Tysons Corner had only sparse traffic. Across the nation, demand for gasoline has been falling by hundreds of millions of gallons each day. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Post)
Travelers contemplating a domestic trip can’t help but wonder: What’s it like . . . to take a train? To fly in a plane? To rent a car? Are passengers abiding by the rules, and what happens if they don't? Here is our report from the rails, sky and road.