Trump imposes new sanctions on Iran

The president says the measures will deny Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and other top officials access to financial instruments.

Supreme Court sides with ‘subversive’ clothing designer in First Amendment case

Artist Erik Brunetti sued the government for refusing to register the trademark for his street-wear brand.

Trump signs executive order to compel disclosure of health-care prices

The order directs HHS to write rules requiring hospitals and insurers to disclose the rates they negotiate.
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‘All the Best People’

She’s the judge who speaks Trump’s language

President Trump has told aides that in the White House, he has at times felt surrounded by people he cannot trust. He doesn’t worry about that with Fox News personality Jeanine Pirro, his defender who is always on offense.
The president signed into law $600 million in emergency food stamps for Puerto Rico on June 6, but the aid may not arrive until September.
A 15-year-old mother whose baby was covered in mucus. A 4-year-old with hair so matted it may need to be cut off. A 2-year-old without a diaper. “We were just horrified,” said an attorney who visited the facility in Clint, Tex.
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Sen. Kamala D. Harris participates in a town hall on MSNBC. (Liz Nemeth/MSNBC)
Sen. Kamala D. Harris participates in a town hall on MSNBC. (Liz Nemeth/MSNBC)
Critic’s Notebook
The Post’s theater critic is reviewing the performances of the Democrats seeking their party’s presidential nomination. In the senator from California he found an aura of authority that he predicts will become more powerful.
The approval of the joint bid from Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo comes as the International Olympic Committee moves toward splitting host duties among regions and countries as the costs of staging the Games skyrocket.
The birds warble at 5 a.m., neighbors mow their lawns at 9 p.m., and kids beg to stay up way too late. Summer even triggers seasonal affective disorder in a very small number of people.
A new line of beverages containing “active hemp extract” debuts in stores this week, which may push the FDA closer to establishing a regulatory framework.
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Our latest privacy experiment found that Chrome ushered more than 11,000 tracker cookies into our browser in one week.
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Turn down the stove and celebrate the flavors with fresh, cool preparations.
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In Case You Missed It
Problems at a temporary free clinic in rural Tennessee reflect the reality in areas with diminished medical care.
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A theater critic reviews Sen. Kamala Harris's campaign performance
A theater critic reviews Sen. Kamala Harris's campaign performance
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'Where is the money?': Trump, Pence blame poor migrant detention center conditions on Congress
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Budding private economy in Cuba takes a hit as fewer tourists travel to Havana
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Meet Scamp the Tramp, the 'World's Ugliest Dog'
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