The program, which shields young undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children, has emerged as an issue in the negotiations over ending the partial government shutdown.
The spending fight is further eroding the president’s support among voters who like the idea of beefing up border security — but not enough to close the government.
In a 5-to-4 decision, the justices lifted nationwide injunctions that had kept the administration’s policy from being implemented.
The St. John's College campus in Annapolis, Md. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
The St. John's College campus in Annapolis, Md. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Post)
Twenty-three private colleges have reduced tuition since 2016. Some need to bolster recruiting. Others want to escape a pricing formula that assumes prospective students view high tuition as a mark of educational quality.
In “Team of Vipers,” ex-West Wing communications aide Cliff Sims recounts scenes of chaos, dysfunction and duplicity among the president, his family members and administration officials.
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The city’s ban on carrying a licensed and unloaded handgun outside city limits is the first Second Amendment challenge the Supreme Court has accepted in nearly a decade.
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The president’s legal spokesman is no stranger to controversy and strange legal tactics. But even by his standards, this weekend was something.
In a tweet, the president contended that reporters are rude to his press secretary and do not cover the administration fairly.
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President Trump, England’s Theresa May, France’s Emmanuel Macron and other heads of state are staying home to deal with domestic political crises.
Kurdish peshmerga fighters survey damage after an ISIS suicide truck exploded near Mosul in 2015. (Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq)
Kurdish peshmerga fighters survey damage after an ISIS suicide truck exploded near Mosul in 2015. (Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq)
Chlorine seeps from a canister after a foiled attack by the Islamic State near Mosul in 2015. (Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq)
Chlorine seeps from a canister after a foiled attack by the Islamic State near Mosul in 2015. (Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq)
Paramedics in 2013 at a unit set up to treat victims of chemical weapons in Reyhanli, Turkey, not far from Syria. (AP)
Paramedics in 2013 at a unit set up to treat victims of chemical weapons in Reyhanli, Turkey, not far from Syria. (AP)
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In a prison interview, a former Iraqi official described his 15-month stint supervising the manufacture of lethal toxins for the world’s deadliest terrorist group. Others who worked on the secret program are thought to be still at large.
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