Police barricade an area near the bombing suspect's home in Pflugerville, Tex. (Video: The Post; photo: Getty Images)
Authorities believe the suspect, Mark Anthony Conditt, 23, was responsible for a string of explosions in Austin and outside San Antonio and are investigating whether he had help. Conditt died earlier today after police say he detonated an explosive device in his vehicle as officers closed in on him.
Anthony Stephen House, 39, and Draylen Mason, 17, were killed in the Austin bombings. Here are their stories, and those of others hurt in the blasts.
Wednesday’s move bumps the Fed’s key rate from 1.5 percent to 1.75 percent, raising costs for borrowers and easing off efforts to stimulate the economy. The Fed also signaled it would raise rates two more times this year, part of an ongoing move away from the extraordinary measures it took to boost the economy during and after the Great Recession.
Negotiators closed in on a $1.3 trillion deal that includes obstacles to President Trump’s immigration agenda but leaves a major New York area infrastructure project he fiercely opposes in limbo, according to three officials familiar with its outlines.
President Trump's remarks offers a remote chance that he and Russian President Vladi­mir Putin could revive Cold War-era pacts that have broken down steadily in recent years.
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Authorities said a 17-year-old classmate arrived at Great Mills High School with a handgun Tuesday morning and fired at the girl before classes began.
The choice of the state Agriculture and Commerce commissioner, a onetime Democrat, to fill the seat of retiring Sen. Thad Cochran was not warmly embraced in the party.
The White House has complained about Democratic obstruction. But for Mike Pompeo and Gina Haspel, GOP votes will be crucial.
At one point, the porn star's attorney held up an unflattering picture of President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer and demanded to know why he wouldn't come on CNN.
The brothers had been diagnosed last year with Stage 4 cirrhosis of the liver as the result of a gene mutation. But while waiting to be put on the organ transplant list, one developed an aggressive form of cancer.
Rick Pitino says of the FBI investigation, “There’s not a shred of evidence that I did anything wrong.” (Scott McIntyre for The Post)
Rick Pitino says of the FBI investigation, “There’s not a shred of evidence that I did anything wrong.” (Scott McIntyre for The Post)
Fired in the wake of an FBI investigation, the former Louisville coach is unemployed during the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2001. His ability to get another job may hinge on whether he can convince schools that he’s right and investigators are wrong.
In the fourth week of Voraciously’s 12-week series, the author offers guidelines and tips for buying common fruits and vegetables. Plus: A recipe for guacamole.