President Trump’s company won the lease several years before he became president. But the General Services Administration "improperly" disregarded concerns that the agreement might violate the Constitution when it allowed Trump to keep the lease after his election, the agency's inspector general said.
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It was the largest loss of life in the Pentagon’s war against Islamic State militants there and a sign of the potent threat that remains as the Trump administration begins to withdraw.
The House speaker cited security concerns related to the government shutdown.
Immanuel Christian School makes potential employees promise they won’t participate in “homosexual or lesbian sexual activity, polygamy, transgender identity.”
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The Senate Democrat praised the attorney general nominee's answers to questions about the special counsel but said his description of what he'd do with the final report was confusing.
Normally, a prime minister who lost a vote on her top legislation by such a wide margin might be expected to resign or be swept away. These are not normal times.
Top Democrats fear censuring the Iowa Republican over his racial remarks might set a dangerous precedent for policing members’ speech.
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In his new book, Christie reportedly blames President Trump's problems on those around Trump — as if Trump has no power over them.
The Democrat from Hawaii made the comment at an event for Asian American and Pacific Islander voters in Washington on Tuesday night.
The print papers were filled with anti-Trump stories, which also appeared on a website that mimicked the official Post site.
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