Democracy Dies in Darkness
An entrance to the Mar-a-Lago estate. (AP)
Donald Trump was huddled with lawyers in New York on an unrelated investigation when they learned FBI agents had arrived in Palm Beach, Fla., with a warrant, authorized to search for any and all evidence a crime had been committed.
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About 100,000 U.S. troops are deployed across Europe, with a growing center of gravity in the east. But the countries closest to Russia say they are desperate for more Western military aid.
After decades of deindustrialization, supporters of the Inflation Reduction Act hope it will revive U.S. manufacturing jobs. But obstacles loom.
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President Donald Trump’s 2020 “town hall” was held inside the memorial, an area where events have long been barred by federal regulations.
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Washington played its first game as the Commanders in Saturday’s preseason opener, and as the team rallied behind rookie quarterback Sam Howell, it was possible to glimpse the vision optimistic executives had laid out before the game.
Afghanistan: After the Fall
Taliban rule brought an end last August to America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan, but peace has neither healed old wounds nor created new opportunities. A recent trip to Helmand province revealed changes — and continuing heartbreak.
Kabul, whose population swelled to 4 million just two years ago, is gradually hollowing out.
The withdrawal saw desperate Afghans try to flee the country as violence left nearly 200 dead.
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