President Trump said he may veto the $1.3 trillion spending bill because it does not address the fate of young undocumented immigrants and does not fully fund his border wall. Administration officials had said that Trump intended to sign the bill, and aides were trying to convince him not to follow through with the veto threat.
President Trump and his lieutenants have defended a new tariffs plan as a way to reassert American “sovereignty” over matters of international diplomacy and trade. Beijing has already responded to the plan with threats of its own.
Although school gunfire remains extremely rare, it has spread fear across the country and led to lockdowns and active-shooter drills that have changed the way kids grow up. In a year-long analysis, The Post examines the widespread damage done by this uniquely American crisis.
All the alleged hackers worked at the behest of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, U.S. officials said. The Justice Department alleges massive, coordinated intrusions into the computer systems of at least 144 U.S. universities and 176 foreign universities in 21 countries.
French media reported that at least two people were killed during a hostage situation at a supermarket not far from Toulouse. The incident represented the first significant terrorist attack of President Emmanuel Macron’s tenure.
Mastodon, which is seeing a massive spike in sign-ups, relies on open-source code, meaning anyone can inspect its design. Similar innovators are also moving away from data centers controlled by corporations.