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Former Trump foreign policy aide admitted lying to FBI about Russian contacts in 2016 campaign.
In morning tweets, the president, without evidence, said the District had unreasonably inflated the price.
DOJ says case would distract from Trump’s “performance of his constitutional duties.”
Though Ames, Iowa, has a 1.5 percent jobless rate, widespread prosperity remains elusive.
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The president asked on Twitter how the New York governor could “survive” comments he made earlier in the week.
"It just seems like I'm living in a nightmare, and I can't get out of it,” Christopher Watts told a reporter less than two days before police accused him of killing his family.
But one bill likely won't pass, and the other faces a certain court challenge.
Thirty-seven years after leaving office, Jimmy Carter, 93, still bypasses the wealth and perks that flow so freely to other former presidents.
When empty spaces in Philadelphia were cleaned up, there was a significant jump in overall mental health for nearby residents, particularly for those struggling economically.
Alternative abbreviations include “the Church,” “Church of Jesus Christ” and “restored Church of Jesus Christ."
The “Queen of Soul,” who died Thursday, performed at Trump casinos in Atlantic City. But she hardly had a sustained employment relationship with the president and former real estate businessman.
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Museum has a GoFundMe campaign.
The n-word, the subject of much debate this week about whether there is a tape of President Trump using the racist slur, became Stallworth’s ticket into the Colorado Klan.
The final tally could be as high as $92 million, officials said, with planning continuing for the event.
Synthetic drugs, including fentanyl, are driving the overdose death rates to record levels nationwide.
After watching the performance, Aretha Franklin said: “She is fierce, okay? I'm scared of her.”
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