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Opposition leader Juan Guaidó defied a travel ban ahead of Saturday’s effort to bring his country humanitarian aid, running the risk of embattled President Nicolás Maduro's government blocking him from re-entry or arresting him upon return.
Earlier Friday, Venezuelan troops opened fire on a group of civilians trying to keep the Brazilian border for aid deliveries, killing two and wounding at least 12 others.
Under the long-expected mandate, which opponents vow to challenge in court, groups that provide abortions or abortion referrals are barred from participating in a $286 million federal family planning program.
The charges from the Cook County, Ill., prosecutor involve four victims, three of whom were between age 13 and 16. The R&B singer has faced sexual misconduct claims for years.
A Kraft spokesperson denied the allegations against the 77-year-old billionaire, whose New England team won the Super Bowl earlier this month.
Lt. Christopher P. Hasson, a self-identified white nationalist, is accused of plotting to attack Democratic politicians and journalists. President Trump said his own rhetoric is not to blame. “I think my language is very nice,” Trump said.
President Trump said China’s negotiators agreed to extend their stay for two additional days of talks, an apparent sign of progress.
Perspective
In shopping Harper’s services around baseball, Boras has done one of the worst jobs of any agent in misjudging the free agent market, leading his client into a box canyon — and finding no way out.
In 2016, there were six buildings called Trump Place on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Now, there will be none.
“I don’t want to hear about any of that freedom of the press stuff,” the officer reportedly told Hilde Lysiak.
Flutist Elizabeth Rowe, who filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the Boston Symphony Orchestra, was seeking $200,000 in back pay.
(Adriana Usero/ The Washington Post)
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