Trump imposes new sanctions on Iran

The president says the measures will deny Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and other top officials access to financial instruments.

Supreme Court sides with ‘subversive’ clothing designer in First Amendment case

Artist Erik Brunetti sued the government for refusing to register the trademark for his street-wear brand.

Conditions at migrant detention centers are ‘horrendous’

A 15-year-old mother whose baby was covered in mucus. A 4-year-old with hair so matted it may need to be cut off. A 2-year-old without a diaper. “We were just horrified,” said an attorney who visited the facility in Clint, Tex.
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) in Hampton, N.H., last month. (Sarah Rice for The Post)
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How a grieving mom changed Kirsten Gillibrand’s stance on guns

That day in 2009, Jennifer Pryear wasn't sure she wanted to meet Gillibrand, the then-new senator now seeking the Democratic nomination for president. “She’s from upstate,” Pryear remembered thinking. "She likes guns.”

U.S. survives upset bid with 2-1 victory over Spain

The Americans advance to the quarterfinals and face France on Friday.
The approval of the joint bid from Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo comes as the International Olympic Committee moves toward splitting host duties among regions and countries as the costs of staging the Games skyrocket.
The House Oversight Committee is doubling down on its investigation into what happened to translator notes the president seized to keep them from view. 
The federal government’s first study of the nearly 15-year-long oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico disputes the company’s claim that only one drop of oil per minute is being released.
In a television interview, the White House counselor said the president’s opponents are trying to silence her because she successfully managed his 2016 campaign.
The birds warble at 5 a.m., neighbors mow their lawns at 9 p.m., and kids beg to stay up way too late. Summer even triggers seasonal affective disorder in a very small number of people.
A new line of beverages containing “active hemp extract” debuts in stores this week, which may push the FDA closer to establishing a regulatory framework.
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