President Trump wants to sign off on “most if not all” of the documents revoking the security clearances, said one senior White House official, who indicated that communications aides have discussed the optimum times to release them as a distraction during unfavorable news cycles.
The Justice Department is examining whether Elliott Broidy offered to influence the Trump administration for foreign officials, according to three people familiar with the inquiry.
The former adviser to President Trump’s 2016 campaign pleaded guilty in October to lying to the FBI about Russian contacts. Papadopoulos is the first charged defendant to cooperate in special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation of Russian interference in the election.
Isabel Moctezuma, with her 8-year-old daughter, Mia, lives in an apartment in Ames, Iowa. (Rachel Mummey for The Post)
Isabel Moctezuma, with her 8-year-old daughter, Mia, lives in an apartment in Ames, Iowa. (Rachel Mummey for The Post)
Ames has boasted the country’s lowest annual average unemployment rate for more than two years. (Rachel Mummey for The Post)
Ames has boasted the country’s lowest annual average unemployment rate for more than two years. (Rachel Mummey for The Post)
Moctezuma hopes that “someday” she can own a home with a little garden for herself and her daughter. (Rachel Mummey for The Post)
Moctezuma hopes that “someday” she can own a home with a little garden for herself and her daughter. (Rachel Mummey for The Post)
The widespread prosperity often expected with ultra-low unemployment hasn’t materialized in Ames, Iowa, whose experience might be a harbinger of what the rest of the nation will face soon.
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Austrian officials’ unusual decision to order a raid against their own intelligence service reflects a messy emerging reality across Europe as parties once relegated to the fringes move to the center of power.
The lawsuit centers on whether President Trump is violating the Constitution by continuing to do business with foreign and state governments while in office. Justice officials said the case would distract from Trump’s “performance of his constitutional duties.”
The storm is set to become the second major hurricane to pass by Hawaii this month.
Federal prosecutors announced bribery and fraud charges against the retired sailors, including an officer who allegedly took part in a wild two-day party that cost $75,000.
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