Joe diGenova, a TV pundit and combative former prosecutor, is joining an already fractious group. The hiring prompted fears President Trump is preparing for bigger changes as he faces the Russia inquiry and Stormy Daniels case.
Councilwoman Marielle Franco was hit by nine police-issue bullets while in her car. If the goal was to silence a fast-rising black politician who had taken on corrupt officers, Franco’s apparent assassination has done the opposite. Her slaying has galvanized debate about racial oppression in Brazil.
In courting the royal, who is visiting the United States this week, the president’s son-in-law has displayed an unorthodox approach to diplomacy that has unsettled national security and intelligence officials.
The 2018 elections are likely to be held under a map much more favorable to Democrats. The 2011 map that has been used this decade has resulted in Republicans consistently winning 13 of the state’s 18 congressional seats. Under the new map, analysts say Republicans start with an edge in 10.
The law and a lawsuit challenging it set up a confrontation sought by abortion opponents, who are hoping federal courts will ultimately prohibit abortions before a fetus is viable. Some experts said a change in the law is unlikely unless the makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court changes.
Anxious Texans huddled inside their homes as investigators scrambled for clues at the scene of the city’s fourth mysterious explosion, which marked an escalation in both the tactics and skills displayed by the bomber or bombers, police said.
Keira Drake’s debut, “The Continent,” was slammed for using racial stereotypes for her characters. Unlike many authors, she overhauled the book. The Post compared the old advance copy with a newly revised copy and spoke with Drake about changes she made.
Hospital staff and their lawyer say the older of the Turpin children, freed from disturbing conditions in their Southern California home in January and now at a rural house in an undisclosed location, are on the road to recovery.
Despite previous warnings by school officials to stay off the property, Zachary Cruz, 18, told deputies he skateboarded through the school grounds because he wanted to “reflect on the school shooting,” according to his arrest report.