In a rare Saturday address scheduled for 4 p.m. ET, President Trump is not expected to declare a national emergency at the southern border, according to two people familiar with White House planning.
Employee training has been postponed, help centers are closed, and new regulations are delayed as the agency tries to implement the biggest overhaul of the tax code in three decades.
Chrisette Michele gets ready in the backroom before a concert in Glenside, Pa. (Hannah Yoon for The Post)
Chrisette Michele gets ready in the backroom before a concert in Glenside, Pa. (Hannah Yoon for The Post)
Chrisette Michele on stage. (Hannah Yoon for The Post)
Chrisette Michele on stage. (Hannah Yoon for The Post)
Fans start to take seats before a Chrisette Michele concert. (Hannah Yoon for The Post)
Fans start to take seats before a Chrisette Michele concert. (Hannah Yoon for The Post)
Chrisette Michele decided to perform at one of President Trump’s inaugural balls against the advice of her fans, former collaborators and even her husband. Now she's singing at nearly empty concerts.
The special counsel's rare public denial of a BuzzFeed News report marks the highest-profile stumble yet for a news organization during a period of heightened and intense scrutiny of the media.
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The national Women’s March organization has been dogged by allegations of anti-Semitism and secretive financial dealings, as well as disputes over who gets to own and define the Women’s March.
The explosion occurred in the midst of the Mexican government’s campaign against oil theft. Earlier this month, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador closed many of the country’s pipelines, saddling dozens of cities with an acute gasoline shortage.
The miscalculation increases the risks of a chaotic British departure from the European Union.
The National Credit Union Administration defended spending by two agency officials highlighted in an inspector-general probe.
The silent treatment limits President Trump’s ability to dictate national coverage and frame the day’s debate. And it’s providing an early template for how Democratic presidential candidates may attempt to deal with him in 2020.
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