The letter by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the Judiciary Committee’s top Democrat, came after a report that a Yale classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh said he exposed himself to her at a party.
Gregory Craig’s work for the Ukrainian government while at the Skadden law firm is under investigation. The probe of Craig along with other lobbyists has shaken Washington’s lobbying and legal community.
The sales pitch by a political insider includes abundant land, relative safety and Russian President Vladi­mir Putin’s disdain for the liberal West.
Chris deWaal, senior product engineer, displays a marine radio prototype at Cedar Electronics. (Taylor Glascock for The Post)
Chris deWaal, senior product engineer, displays a marine radio prototype at Cedar Electronics. (Taylor Glascock for The Post)
Mark Karnes is vice president for strategic planning and business development at Cedar Electronics. (Taylor Glascock for The Post)
Mark Karnes is vice president for strategic planning and business development at Cedar Electronics. (Taylor Glascock for The Post)
A cabinet holds various parts at Cedar Electronics in Chicago. (Taylor Glascock for The Post)
A cabinet holds various parts at Cedar Electronics in Chicago. (Taylor Glascock for The Post)
A Chicago company is scrambling to move manufacturing out of China. “As a business, my government just clubbed me over the head,” said Cedar Electronics vice president Mark Karnes. The White House’s decision to extend its tariff campaign to an even broader range of Chinese imports starting Monday is putting similar pressure on more U.S. companies.
Leslie Cockburn has always been drawn to conflict. She covered six wars and a revolution. Now she's trying to catch a blue wave as a Democratic candidate for Congress in Virginia’s 5th District.
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Neither of the world’s two largest economies showed signs of backing down, with no further trade talks publicly scheduled.
The former first lady spoke of her own disappointment with the political moment and criticized efforts to suppress voting by making it more difficult to register or cast ballots.
The Trailer
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NFL Week 3
Brady completed just 14 of 26 passes for 133 yards as the Patriots fell to 1-2.
Perspective
It has taken 10 years, but finally everyone, or almost everyone, understands that what distinguishes Woods is his will to get back up after all his falls.
Critic’s Notebook
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