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The defense secretary nominee withdrew from consideration after an unusually lengthy FBI background check delayed his nomination.
President Trump speaks to supporters as he announces his official 2020 campaign for president in Orlando. (Zack Wittman for The Post)
President Trump speaks to supporters as he announces his official 2020 campaign for president in Orlando. (Zack Wittman for The Post)
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While President Trump also created a whirlwind of headlines during his 2016 campaign, he now has a record of actions affecting people’s lives and sense of stability. Polls have consistently shown low approval ratings, but Trump has redoubled his focus on his most avid backers.
A large-scale push to arrest and deport hundreds of thousands of migrants would be exorbitantly expensive and highly unlikely, experts say.
The nation's first democratically elected president, who died this week inside a Cairo courtroom, had been denied adequate medical care while held for years in solitary confinement, rights groups say.
The planes will include one of the jetliners used as Air Force One. The flyover reflects his interest in replicating a celebration he observed in France in 2017 and his desire to throw an extravagant patriotic event, three people briefed on the plans say.
Reports of a confrontation in the state of Veracruz came as Mexico increased enforcement against migrants at the behest of the United States, creating new checkpoints and deploying thousands of national guardsmen.
The president’s remarks on Jerome H. Powell constitute an almost unprecedented attack on the central bank just as leaders are meeting to decide what to do on rates.
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They are less familiar with some of the idea's easier-to-sell components, such as its potential to close the country’s uninsured gap or its guarantee of affordable prescription drugs.
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The president refused to apologize Tuesday for the full-page ad he ran in 1989 calling for the execution of the Central Park Five and suggested the men might still be guilty, even though they were exonerated years ago.
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Harassment and being rated on looks have long been a part of high school. But some teens are walking out in protest, confronting classmates and posting fliers to try to change the dynamic.
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One group says making the run across the border is safer than rationing the medication.
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