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The confidential memo, written last fall by an Internal Revenue Service attorney, contradicts the Trump administration’s justification for denying the president’s tax returns to lawmakers.
Some Democrats accused the administration of being eager to attack at the slightest provocation. Republicans said the information pointed to “new,” “credible” and “consistent” threats.
The administration is preparing to blacklist Hikvision, the world’s largest maker of video surveillance technology, according to a person familiar with the debate.
A model poses with a peony design body paint and hat at the Chelsea Flower Show. (AP)
A model poses with a peony design body paint and hat at the Chelsea Flower Show. (AP)
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, shows Queen Elizabeth II around the “Back to Nature” garden she designed for the show. (AFP/Getty Images)
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, shows Queen Elizabeth II around the “Back to Nature” garden she designed for the show. (AFP/Getty Images)
Chelsea pensioners pose for photographers on a stand at the Chelsea Flower Show in London. (AP)
Chelsea pensioners pose for photographers on a stand at the Chelsea Flower Show in London. (AP)
The loss of empire and the looming Brexit be damned, nobody does puttering in the backyard quite like Britain, still the globe’s greatest gardening nation.
The hiring of Ken Cuccinelli II appears to fulfill the president’s desire to have a forceful personality and a loyalist at the highest levels of the Department of Homeland Security.
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A bid to push economic development, rather than a political solution, has been rebuffed by the Palestinians.
The U.S. Housing and Urban Development secretary was grilled during a three-hour House committee hearing.
Demonstrators rioted in the capital and burned vehicles to protest President Joko Widodo’s victory, despite widespread consensus that the election was largely well run.
Filthy rich and dominated by a tech monoculture, it’s gone from America’s great romantic city to what one of its residents calls “a train wreck.”
Months after West Point cadet Peter Zhu died from injuries in a skiing accident, a judge has ruled that his parents may use his frozen sperm to create a child.
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Few people outside government have more influence over judicial appointments than Leonard Leo, an unofficial adviser to President Trump who has helped nonprofits raise $250 million from mostly undisclosed donors to promote conservative judges and causes.
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As the Mexican population in the United States shrinks, Americans are increasingly migrating to Mexico.
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The 10-day battle inspired a movie and congressional hearings, symbolizing for some the bravery of the U.S. infantry and for others the futility and waste of the war.
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Memorial Day weekend is almost here. We want the first hot dog of your summer to be the best one.
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