Trump says his Doral golf resort will no longer host next year’s G-7 summit, bowing to criticism

President Trump was buffeted by two straight days of allegations of self-dealing and exasperation from lawmakers on Capitol Hill, including some Republican allies who said the selection of Doral as the venue for a gathering of world leaders was indefensible.
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The president’s supremacy is being challenged inside his own realm. With his administration engulfed by crisis, he can no longer control the forces once solidly arrayed behind him.

Biden’s aggressive efforts to reform Ukraine yielded successes but also earned him enemies

The former vice president spent three years pushing Obama administration policy on Ukraine, but his approach may have laid the groundwork for questions now being raised by political opponents about his and his son’s behavior.

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Daisy Flores holds a portrait of her son, Edwin, who disappeared in May. She and his nephew, Hector, wait for news in their home. (Fred Ramos for The Post)
Daisy Flores holds a portrait of her son, Edwin, who disappeared in May. She and his nephew, Hector, wait for news in their home. (Fred Ramos for The Post)
Karen looks through the window of her bedroom. Her husband went missing in San Salvador last November. (Fred Ramos for The Post)
Karen looks through the window of her bedroom. Her husband went missing in San Salvador last November. (Fred Ramos for The Post)
A soldier guards a farm in El Limon, where investigators found a clandestine grave with human remains. (Fred Ramos for The Post)
A soldier guards a farm in El Limon, where investigators found a clandestine grave with human remains. (Fred Ramos for The Post)

Disappeared in El Salvador: The return of a Cold War nightmare

In the 1970s and ’80s, tens of thousands of people disappeared as right-wing governments — many supported by the United States — fought to extinguish leftist insurgencies. Now, three decades after a brutal civil war characterized by never-explained, never-resolved disappearances, Salvadorans are again vanishing.
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