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Trump set off by intelligence assertion that Russia favors him

After a senior U.S. intelligence official told lawmakers last week that Russia wants to see President Trump reelected, he erupted at his acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maguire, viewing him and his staff as disloyal for telling Congress about Russia’s perceived preference.

‘Remain in Mexico’ program shrinks as migrants are flown to Guatemala or quickly deported

At the southern U.S. border, the stream of Central Americans, carrying papers with a future date in U.S. immigration court, has slowed to a trickle.
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Coronavirus-infected Americans flown home against CDC’s advice

The State Department chose to keep 14 infected passengers on planes flying to the United States. The decision was a pivotal moment for U.S. officials improvising their response to a crisis with few precedents.
Election Guide
Nevada Caucuses
  • Voters in Nevada will begin caucusing at noon ET on Saturday. Analysis: How to win in Nevada.
  • Voting will take place at 3 p.m. ET and most results are expected around 5 p.m. ET.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) speaks with reporters Jan. 21 on his way to the Senate floor. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post)
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) speaks with reporters Jan. 21 on his way to the Senate floor. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post)

Can a Republican take on Trump and survive? Romney shows it’s possible.

The senator’s experience in Utah might not be easy to duplicate elsewhere.
“I do not believe anyone should get the nomination unless they have 50-plus-one,” the former Senate majority leader said in an interview two days before the Nevada caucuses.
The amount would fall far short of what White House officials said would take place based on the recently announced “Phase One” trade deal with Chinese leaders.
About 40 million Americans across the West depend on water from the Colorado River, which supports $1 trillion in economic activity each year.
The U.S. Homeland Security Department told states that applicants can submit required documents electronically. But the process requires an in-person visit to a DMV office.
Retropolis
The Past, Rediscovered
Seventy-five years after the Iwo Jima flag raising in World War II, the original film footage of the event is missing.
In Case You Missed It

He found his wife and 6-year-old dead on Valentine’s Day. His teen son is accused of the crime.

A relative points to a rift over the teenager’s black girlfriend. His father denies accusations of racism.
In Case You Missed It

How conservatives learned to wield power inside Facebook

The social media giant balked at removing misinformation after the 2016 election out of concern it would alienate conservatives.
Voraciously

You can make restaurant-quality phat si ew at home in under 30 minutes. Here’s how.

Get this favorite stir-fry on the table in less time than it takes to order takeout.
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Mike Bloomberg got his first taste of the debate stage. It didn't go well for him.
Mike Bloomberg got his first taste of the debate stage. It didn't go well for him.
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