The president has been demanding $5 billion from Congress for his border wall, which Democrats refuse to give. But White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said that “at the end of the day, we don’t want to shut down the government.”
The agreement with the New York attorney general comes amid an ongoing lawsuit against the charity, President Trump and his three eldest children, who allegedly allowed “persistently illegal conduct” at the foundation.
A federal judge said he could not guarantee that he would spare President Trump's former national security adviser from prison — a stunning development in a case in which it seemed Flynn would be able to avoid time behind bars.
Sam Rogers shoots up one morning as Renee Howell prepares to snort heroin next to him. (Andre Chung for The Post)
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America’s drug epidemic is commonly associated with rural towns and suburbs. But more people died from opioid overdoses than homicides last year in the District of Columbia — as local officials looked the other way.
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President Trump asserted, without evidence, that social media giants favor his opponents by rigging their platforms against him. Meanwhile, the NAACP encouraged people to abandon Facebook, and the social media company’s chief operating officer said the platform needs to do more to advance civil rights.
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McSally, who lost a close race for the state’s other Senate seat in November, is expected to run in a 2020 special election. She replaces Sen. Jon Kyl, who will step down at the end of the year.
Bahia Amawi, a speech pathologist of Palestinian descent who has worked as a contractor in Texas for nine years, said the pledge infringed on her principles.
The women's pro tour will allow body-hugging compression suits such as the one Williams debuted at the French Open in May.
Vice President Pence said the command would be led by a four-star general and consolidate the 18,000 military and civilian personnel who work on national security issues in space.
The Fix
Once the party assumes control of the House — and the Ways and Means Committee — Democrats can use a little-known provision in the Internal Revenue Code to obtain the president’s returns.
Once taken for granted as a professional courtesy, the standard is losing relevance in an economy where practically everyone is hiring, analysts say.
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