National security adviser John Bolton extended the invitation, for which “discussions are already underway,” the White House said. But Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats was clearly surprised when he was told about the news.
The effort is designed to foil covert operations such as the one Russia undertook in 2016 to disrupt the presidential election.
The move came after Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) expressed concerns with Ryan Bounds’s earlier writings ridiculing multiculturalism.
Elvia Ottniel with three of her children — Meily, 4, Andy, 7, and Dilan, 1 — in their kitchen in Las Nueces, Guatemala. (Daniele Volpe for The Post)
Elvia Ottniel with three of her children — Meily, 4, Andy, 7, and Dilan, 1 — in their kitchen in Las Nueces, Guatemala. (Daniele Volpe for The Post)
José Ottoniel in the front yard of his house in Las Nueces. Behind him are his wife, Elvia, and his son Dilan, 1. (Daniele Volpe for The Post)
José Ottoniel in the front yard of his house in Las Nueces. Behind him are his wife, Elvia, and his son Dilan, 1. (Daniele Volpe for The Post)
José Ottoniel and his son Dilan at their house. (Daniele Volpe for The Post)
José Ottoniel and his son Dilan at their house. (Daniele Volpe for The Post)
José Ottoniel was deported to Guatemala in June. (Daniele Volpe for The Post)
José Ottoniel was deported to Guatemala in June. (Daniele Volpe for The Post)
While the U.S. government scrambles to reunify migrant families separated at the border, some parents think the best option might be the thing they most dread — remaining apart.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell scheduled a vote for Monday on Robert Wilkie’s confirmation as the Veterans Affairs secretary. The rapidly scheduled vote came after revelations of a politically motivated purge of employees by the interim leadership.
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Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) told a local news station that he has plenty of questions about the 2016 hack of the Democratic National Committee, and that it might have been an “inside job,” followed by a years-long coverup.
The storm towered to an incredible 55,000 feet as it swept into Marshalltown, about 50 miles northeast of Des Moines, causing “catastrophic damage.”
A group traverses the rapids at a $45.2 million white-water rafting and kayaking center that was paid for by a 1-cent sales tax increase in Oklahoma City. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
A group traverses the rapids at a $45.2 million white-water rafting and kayaking center that was paid for by a 1-cent sales tax increase in Oklahoma City. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
Former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett in downtown Oklahoma City. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
Former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett in downtown Oklahoma City. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
The Devon Boathouse, along the Oklahoma River, was renovated using tax funds in Oklahoma City. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
The Devon Boathouse, along the Oklahoma River, was renovated using tax funds in Oklahoma City. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
Cyclists ride on a tax-financed bike path along the Oklahoma River in Oklahoma City. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
Cyclists ride on a tax-financed bike path along the Oklahoma River in Oklahoma City. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
A multistory ropes course and slide is a feature in the Riversport District along the Oklahoma River that was renovated using funds from a 1-cent sales tax increase. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
A multistory ropes course and slide is a feature in the Riversport District along the Oklahoma River that was renovated using funds from a 1-cent sales tax increase. (Nick Oxford for The Post)
In his campaign for governor, former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett is being helped by voters who have changed their views on some tax hikes. “The whole city has been transformed,” said one resident, who lauded the public projects paid for by taxpayers.
Stewart said in a statement that “the fake news media will stop at nothing to destroy Republicans.” A spokeswoman for the Times said a houseguest answered the door and the journalist left a note without entering the premises.
The person died from an infection involving Vibrio, a waterborne bacteria that eats flesh. So far this year, 23 people in the state have contracted illnesses tied to Vibrio, according to health officials, which is up slightly from last year.
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