The Debrief
President Trump may have aimed for deniability — but his supporters seemed to know what he meant. 

Trump backers’ new slogan spurs emotional reactions

Some voters are outraged and others overjoyed.
Jacob Helvey, 11, was severely injured by an elevator. (Elijah Nouvelage for The Post)
Jacob Helvey, 11, was severely injured by an elevator. (Elijah Nouvelage for The Post)

Children have been crushed and killed by home elevators for decades. Regulators could reduce the danger but haven’t.

The danger has been allowed to exist by companies and regulators despite a simple solution, according to interviews with 28 officials, parents and regulators, plus a review of hundreds of documents from courts, companies and government agencies.
The Opioid Files
Pills by the millions found their way to a city tucked in Virginia coal country, according to a Post analysis of federal data on the manufacture and sale of opioids.
Leavenworth, Kan.
118,021,330 pain pills supplied from 2006-2012
227 pills per person
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Campaign 2020
The senator’s presidential campaign was the first to unionize, a fact Bernie Sanders has touted, but its employees say they are struggling to make ends meet, documents show.
The president said the drone flew too close to a U.S. ship and ignored calls to stand down. Earlier Thursday, Iran said it seized a UAE-based tanker.
If confirmed, Scalia would succeed Alexander Acosta, who resigned over his role as a prosecutor in the Jeffrey Epstein case.
Two young children will receive a novel drug to treat spinal muscular atrophy, a rare and debilitating disease.
A study makes the case that the vacation option has gotten safer over time, even if ship capacity has increased. But here's what can go awry.
A judge ordered the release of materials involving the federal probe of payments made to protect the president's candidacy.
(Nanna Heitmann for The Post)
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Special Report

This German city had few foreigners. Then refugees changed it in some surprising ways.

Three stories from the other Frankfurt.
 (William Neff)
(William Neff)
Perspective

I found your data. It’s for sale.

As many as 4 million people have Web browser extensions that sell their every click. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
(Stacy Zarin Goldberg for The Post)
(Stacy Zarin Goldberg for The Post)
Voraciously

These fish tacos channel the best beach vacation vibes

A citrus marinade and bright green avocado cream bring even more sunshine to this easy meal.
(Jhaan Elker/The Washington Post)
Court documents reveal Trump, Cohen spoke frequently during Stormy Daniels payment
Court documents reveal Trump, Cohen spoke frequently during Stormy Daniels payment
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Trump allowed ‘send her back’ chants for 13 seconds
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You installed a browser extension. It's selling everything you do.
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Ocasio-Cortez says migrant detention centers need further investigations
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