An aggressive pursuit of foreign trade led to a recession-busting economic miracle in Columbus, Ind. Now it has made the area decidedly vulnerable, with businesses already canceling projects and mulling the depth of job losses.
The classified document, heavily redacted, accuses Page of acting as a Russian agent. Its release is sure to fuel the political fight between Republicans and Democrats over the propriety of the surveillance and how it was legally justified.
Life changed for the country’s Muslim cattle traders as “cow protection” laws disrupted the livestock economy. It mirrored what has been happening nationally for many of India’s 172 million Muslims, for whom lynchings, hate speech and anti-Muslim rhetoric have taken a toll.
Rank-and-file Southern Baptists who fill the pews every Sunday have been making their own moral calculations about President Trump in church sanctuaries in places such as Luverne, Ala., population 2,700.
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The company that operated the amphibious duck boat in Branson, Mo., suggested doing the “water part” of the tour first because a storm was expected, Tia Coleman said. The captain informed the 29 passengers aboard that there were life jackets above them but said they didn’t need to wear them, she said.
The days that followed President Trump’s meeting with Vladimir Putin amounted to a scramble of corrections and clarifications from the West Wing. Each announcement was followed by another mishap that fueled only more consternation.
Authorities said a man shot his grandmother and girlfriend and then led police on a car chase that ended when he crashed into a pole and ran inside a busy Trader Joe’s as bullets from officers shattered the front doors.