A day after the president declared he would be proud to let funding lapse for dozens of government agencies if he does not get the money he wants for the wall, congressional Republicans signaled little appetite to join his cause.
An agreement between prosecutors and American Media Inc. made clear that the tabloid, which trumpeted Donald Trump’s candidacy and is controlled by his longtime friend David Pecker, had flipped on the president.
The president did not dispute directing Michael Cohen to buy the silence of two women who alleged affairs with him. But he said that his former lawyer agreed to plead guilty to charges related to the payments “in order to embarrass the president.”
Kevin Hart was pegged to host the Oscars until he was undone by a homophobic tweet scandal. (Getty Images)
Kevin Hart was pegged to host the Oscars until he was undone by a homophobic tweet scandal. (Getty Images)
John F. Kelly will step down as White House chief of staff by year’s end., the administration has said. (EPA-EFE/REX)
John F. Kelly will step down as White House chief of staff by year’s end., the administration has said. (EPA-EFE/REX)
Mohammed Saeed Sahhaf, aka “Baghdad Bob,” became Saddam Hussein’s information minister shortly before the U.S. invasion of Iraq. (Reuters)
Mohammed Saeed Sahhaf, aka “Baghdad Bob,” became Saddam Hussein’s information minister shortly before the U.S. invasion of Iraq. (Reuters)
Marissa Mayer got people to pay attention to Yahoo, but it was often the kind of attention paid to roadside traffic wrecks. (Getty Images)
Marissa Mayer got people to pay attention to Yahoo, but it was often the kind of attention paid to roadside traffic wrecks. (Getty Images)
Jefferson Davis took charge of the Confederacy just before the the Civil War. It went bad fast. (Salwan Georges/The Post)
Jefferson Davis took charge of the Confederacy just before the the Civil War. It went bad fast. (Salwan Georges/The Post)
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The vote comes as House lawmakers are set to huddle with the secretaries of state and defense to challenge them about the conflict and the Saudi leader’s responsibility for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
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But it is not clear that the GOP base is as interested as retiring Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) in rethinking its LGBT policies.
The tech giant is adding a $1 billion campus in the Texas capital and new sites in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City, Calif.
A successful flight would be a major step forward for the venture founded by Richard Branson with the goal of flying tourists to space and back.
The MSNBC host said she used a “SUPER BAD choice of words” to refer to the secretary of state. Then Twitter users lectured her on homophobia.
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