The president has fired or threatened nearly a dozen current and former officials connected to the investigation he labels a “rigged witch hunt.” This week he stripped former CIA director John Brennan of his security clearance and announced others were under review.
Jurors began deliberations Thursday in the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who faces 18 counts of bank fraud and lying — and the prospect of spending the rest of his life in prison. The jury will resume deliberations Friday.
Europe’s grand museums feature items acquired in dubious circumstances or plundered outright. Now the continent’s leading cultural institutions are beginning to reevaluate colonial-era artifacts and, in some cases, discuss returning them to their countries of origin — under certain terms.
Lawmakers from both parties view the last-minute move as a back-door attempt by the administration to achieve cuts that it has sought, despite their objections, before Congress can do anything about it.
The scarcity of the emergency medicines, which prevent people with serious allergies from going into anaphylactic shock, means families will have to go from pharmacy to pharmacy hoping to get lucky, or rely on expired doses.
A plan from the Bureau of Land Management includes a proposal to possibly sell 1,600 acres in Utah. The bureau is legally required to identify federal property suitable for disposal, a spokesman said, but critics disputed that assertion.