For the second straight day, the president was unrestrained in his commentary about Robert S. Mueller III’s expanding investigation, which is probing Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible links to his campaign. Trump also attacked the integrity of former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, who was fired last week.
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With 20 years of law enforcement service under his belt, he could take a federal job for a day to get his full retirement benefits, a former government official said.
GOP incumbents who have rarely faced a viable challenger are being forced to build campaign operations and make more frequent appearances in their districts.
A road that leads to John McGuire’s home in Lisbon, Conn. (Bryan Anselm for The Post)
A road that leads to John McGuire’s home in Lisbon, Conn. (Bryan Anselm for The Post)
A controversial warrant used in five states allows authorities to temporarily confiscate guns from law-abiding — but at-risk — owners. Gun-control advocates say it is a common-sense way to prevent suicides, murders and mass shootings. But some gun owners say it is the manifestation of their greatest fear.
The services Cambridge Analytica offered are coveted by political campaigns. Yet people had few indications of how their personal data was collected, refashioned and deployed on behalf of candidates.
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With his left-wing views and deep pockets, New York-based financier and philanthropist George Soros, 87, has become the ultimate boogeyman for far-right ideologues, demagogic despots, tin-hat conspiracy theorists and anti-Semites the world over. But nothing compares to the intensity with which he is now being assailed in his native Hungary.
Russians are casting ballots in a presidential election that appears sure to extend Vladimir Putin’s tenure to 2024.
The “Saturday Night Live” cold open focused on a week of Trump administration firings.
For as much as he has done to elevate University of Maryland Baltimore County to distinction, Freeman A. Hrabowski III knows the school’s historic NCAA triumph over No. 1 seed Virginia has provided the most powerful megaphone to extol UMBC’s virtue.
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In a weekend that’s already had its fair share of upsets, the idea that the Bulldogs would beat a school with the size and prestige of Ohio State wasn’t a surprise.
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