Public records and interviews show that Russian citizens offered to help Donald Trump’s campaign and his real estate business. Some offered dirt on Hillary Clinton. Repeatedly, they suggested that Trump meet with Vladimir Putin.
Ayers, Vice President Pence’s chief of staff, tweeted that he will leave the White House at the end of the year.
Democrat Tony Evers said he urged Gov. Scott Walker to veto the lame-duck measures. The Republican has previously signaled support for them.
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Boracay is trying to exchange its party-island reputation for something quieter and more eco-friendly. Experts predict the island will become a test case in whether increasingly crowded getaways around the world can recover from decades of tourism strain and environmental damage.
The public broadcaster has relied on a cadre of temporary journalists for decades to produce its hourly newscasts and popular news programs, but tensions have begun to bubble up over the past several months.
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The northern edge of the snow storm pushed into southern Fairfax and southern Prince George’s counties late this afternoon. A few flurries are possible inside the Beltway and along the I-66 corridor, but no accumulation is expected.
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The millennial generation has arrived in school board politics. Maybe not in great numbers, and not everywhere. But surely in one Maryland school system, where millennials once again make up a majority of elected board members.
The law was approved by voters in June but overturned months later by the D.C. Council. Now advocates are trying to hold a referendum on the council’s action — essentially asking voters to repeal the repeal.
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Mark Sanchez walks off the field as the Giants celebrate an interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
Mark Sanchez walks off the field as the Giants celebrate an interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
After 37 years, Idle Time Books in Adams Morgan is getting a new owner committed to its mission.
The university says the project, which teaches school children about the civil rights contributions of the baseball legend, is no longer financially viable and will be ended.
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The National Institutes of Health research was stopped before officials completed their audit of fetal tissue work, which is opposed by antiabortion groups.
With Parliament set to vote on her compromise exit plan, protesters mounted a “Brexit Betrayal” demonstration, demonizing May. A larger crowd of counterprotesters also rallied, some calling for a second referendum.
The Greek economy no longer looms over Europe as a bailout-dependent danger, but the country is now beginning to contend with the next phase of peril: a baby bust that has raised the likelihood of a weakened Greece for years to come.
Nearly 600 flights from Charlotte Douglas International Airport have been canceled.
The country becomes the latest to be roiled by a nonbinding migration agreement.
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As the German American Bund color guard took the stage inside the arena, more than 100,000 New Yorkers gathered outside, ready to fight the pro-Nazi group.
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