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Although President Trump has taken steps to confront the deadly drug crisis, the depth of the problem continues to overwhelm the government’s response.
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President Trump, reacting angrily after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused him of a “coverup,” said there would be no infrastructure deal unless Democrats stop investigating him.
A federal judge said Deutsche Bank and Capital One may hand over the president’s financial records to Democrats in the House.
The arrangements, if real, would be illegal under U.S. law because foreigners are not allowed to donate to American candidates or political committees.
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A columnist argues that it can’t always be the women who have to bare their souls in public.
The change would allow federally funded shelters to deny people admission on religious grounds or force transgender women to share bathrooms and sleeping quarters with men.
San Francisco police said freelance reporter Bryan Carmody engaged in conspiracy when he sold a leaked police report.
Six federal employees at an embattled research agency resigned on a single day last month. Agricultural Secretary Sonny Perdue has presented the idea to move scientists closer to “stakeholders” and “customers” as a money-saving plan.
A key chip designer and British telecom companies suspended some dealings with the Chinese tech giant over security concerns.
Officials had hoped a neighboring country or countries would volunteer to host 16 matches, but Qatar is diplomatically isolated in the Arab world.
The move by acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan is straining ties with key Republican and Democratic lawmakers.
New York prosecutors charged the adult-film star’s lawyer with diverting some of her book’s proceeds and spending them on his personal and business expenses.
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