Current and former officials in Washington expressed astonishment at how President Trump’s private attorney — apparently on his behalf — seemed to be mocking investigators, if not the very idea that either he or his client should answer any articles of impeachment.
As the government pushes to accelerate construction of what Trump has promised will be a total of 500 miles of new barrier by the end of 2020, it means more than cutting through desolate desert, ranch lands, shrubby wildlife preserves or old vacant lots. It also means seizing land from working families.
Story by Arelis R. Hernández | Photos by Brenda Bazán for The Post
The gunman who opened fire at Naval Air Station Pensacola was a Saudi military student who had been receiving aviation training there. No motive has yet been established in the shooting, which left three dead and eight injured.
The 2020 candidate is asking the company to release him from a nondisclosure agreement. He has drawn criticism from voters and fellow candidates who say his time with the firm signals an affinity for corporate America.
The former ambassador to the United Nations was the South Carolina governor when the state removed the divisive symbol from the statehouse after the mass slaughter of African American parishioners in 2015.
Visitors can see how the stars of HGTV's “Fixer Upper” made over a once-economically depressed town into a pilgrimage site for home renovators, interior design enthusiasts and family-time sentimentalists.
When it was released in April, special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s report provided a fly-on-the-wall account of life in the Trump White House. These scenes come to life in a new six-part illustrated series on the obstruction investigation by The Post and artist Jan Feindt.