When he called Russia’s president after his reelection, President Trump ignored specific warnings from his aides, including a “DO NOT CONGRATULATE” note in his briefing materials. Trump also chose not to heed talking points on the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain.
The data gathering was part of a program under conservative strategist Stephen K. Bannon that tested anti-establishment messages that became campaign themes for Donald Trump, said an ex-Cambridge employee.
On the same day a former Playboy playmate sued for the right to speak out about an alleged affair, a judge ruled that the defamation lawsuit of a former “Apprentice” contestant can proceed against President Trump.
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A serial bomber has been using Austin’s particular vulnerabilities, its quirks and characteristics, to carry out a campaign that so far has stymied investigators.
Deputy Blaine Gaskill, a 34-year-old SWAT-trained officer of the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department, hurried toward the sound of gunshots in a Maryland high school, putting himself not only in the line of fire but also at the center of the white-hot national debate on school safety.
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First-term Gov. Bruce Rauner edged state Rep. Jeanne Ives, who argued that Rauner had betrayed conservative voters. In the 3rd Congressional District, moderate Democratic Rep. Daniel Lipinski faced a challenge from Marie Newman, an activist backed by liberal groups.
The Environmental Protection Agency turned over travel vouchers to Congress on Tuesday detailing costly trips by Administrator Scott Pruitt from August through last month.
In a blistering goodbye email, Ralph Peters, a retired Army lieutenant colonel, called Fox “a mere propaganda machine for a destructive and ethically ruinous administration,” and he described President Trump as being “terrified” of Russian President Vladi­mir Putin.
An underwater video image courtesy of Paul Allen shows wreckage from the USS Juneau. (Paul Allen via AP)
An underwater video image courtesy of Paul Allen shows wreckage from the USS Juneau. (Paul Allen via AP)
The Past, Rediscovered
The brothers agreed to join the Navy on one condition: They wanted to serve at the same place. Then their ship was hit by a Japanese torpedo.
Students at University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point are protesting the proposal, which is being portrayed by the school’s administration as a path to regain enrollment and provide new opportunities to students.
Leaders of three groups sent a letter to Congress pressing for support for border security money paired with a pathway to citizenship for young immigrants.
The July 15 shooting of Justine Damond, who summoned police to what she said was a possible rape near her home, prompted international outrage and caused the ouster of the city's police chief.
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