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A State Department envoy signed a document pledging to pay for the American college student's care, a decision that was authorized by President Trump, two people familiar with the incident told The Post — but it remains unclear whether the money was ever transferred.
Despite withdrawing from other nuclear pacts, the president has bristled at the cost of a new arms race and said he wants to reach new deals. 
High school senior Anthony Ramirez worried how admissions officers at USC would view his humble upbringing. (Patrick T. Fallon for The Post)
High school senior Anthony Ramirez worried how admissions officers at USC would view his humble upbringing. (Patrick T. Fallon for The Post)
A USC pennant hangs on a wall at the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies. (Patrick T. Fallon for The Post)
A USC pennant hangs on a wall at the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies. (Patrick T. Fallon for The Post)
Asriel Hayes, center, talks with classmates during a film class. He hoped to join USC’s Popular Music Program. (Patrick T. Fallon for The Post)
Asriel Hayes, center, talks with classmates during a film class. He hoped to join USC’s Popular Music Program. (Patrick T. Fallon for The Post)
Asriel Hayes, 17, had his sights set on attending the University of Southern California’s music school. (Patrick T. Fallon for The Post)
Asriel Hayes, 17, had his sights set on attending the University of Southern California’s music school. (Patrick T. Fallon for The Post)
The college admissions scandal spurred discussions about all the legal ways wealthy children have advantages in the college admissions process. In a world in which the children of the wealthy had so many advantages, where does that leave students of modest means?
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The 5-foot-10 Murray, who played at Oklahoma, will be the shortest player at his position in the NFL. Follow along with our live analysis of every pick.
Other budget discussions have broken down, leaving lawmakers struggling to avoid a pileup of dangerous deadlines in September. Financial experts believe an economic crisis would occur if the debt ceiling isn’t raised.
The president sought to blame the media for an episode that is detailed in the special counsel's report and under scrutiny by Democrats.
The woman detonated her bomb when officers entered her father-in-law's house. On Thursday night, officials said the death toll had been revised downward from more than 350 to at least 250, though an exact figure was still unavailable.
Thousands of abusers had already been revealed in the past decade with the release of Boy Scouts documents. More than 200 more might soon be coming forward.
The searches come amid fallout from lucrative children’s book deals Mayor Catherine E. Pugh cut with businesses connected to the government she has run since 2016.
Critic’s Notebook
For a generation raised on cinema as One Big Movie, “Endgame” offers a valuable lesson in closure.
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(iStock)
Perspective
A personal finance columnist is not impressed with people who “save up” for a trip while neglecting college funds and credit-card balances.
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(AP)
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Boos, heckling and groans greeted Sen. Bernie Sanders’s speech, signaling challenges ahead for his presidential campaign.
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(Bill O'Leary/The Post)
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The Navy abandoned “safety through ignorance” and drafted guidelines to report UFO sightings.
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What’s next for Democrats after the Mueller report?
What’s next for Democrats after the Mueller report?
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Britney Spears is stepping back for now, but her diehard fans remain devoted
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The U.S. government is learning to meme. It's for our own good.
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