British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would seek more concessions from European Union leaders on her country's exit from the bloc.
Attorneys for Maria Butina and prosecutors have asked to set a time for the Russian gun rights activist to withdraw her previous plea of not guilty.
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For anyone, under any president, this is a hard job with a Herculean learning curve. But this position is especially tough in the Trump administration.
Stephanie Grisham, press secretary for first lady Melania Trump, waits for President Trump to arrive. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)
Stephanie Grisham, press secretary for first lady Melania Trump, waits for President Trump to arrive. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)
Few in Trump’s White House have a history with him that dates as far back as Stephanie Grisham’s. Her role has drawn attention for her acerbic statements directed at those who have crossed the first lady and her husband.
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Years’ worth of snowfall fell on parts of the state in a little more than a day, officials said. One county received 20 inches of snow, stranding five families.
The House majority leader cast contacts between Russians and Trump associates as common in an “international city” such as Washington.
Soon-to-be shuttered social network Google+suffered from a security lapse that could have allowed third-party apps and developers to gain access to 52 million users' personal information without their permission, the company said.
The decision from the Supreme Court leaves in place lower court rulings that Medicaid recipients who receive services from Planned Parenthood can challenge a state’s decision to cut off public funding.
The president pushed back on a court filing in which federal prosecutors said he directed payments to Karen McDougal and Stormy Daniels to silence them about alleged affairs.
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President Trump rarely backs off from his false statements in response to fact checks, so 14 of his repeated claims make the initial list.
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