President Trump turned professional sports into a political battleground, directing full-throated ire toward African American athletes who have spoken out against him and prompting responses from players including LeBron James, who tweeted: “U bum. ... Going to White House was a great honor until you showed up!"
In a show of might to Pyongyang, the United States dispatched jets to the farthest point north of the Demilitarized Zone flown by any U.S. military aircraft this century. Meanwhile, North Korea’s envoy had strong words at the United Nations.
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David Wright, founder of the Bureau of Islamic American Relations, carries an AR-15 in Ferris, Tex. (Ilana Panich-Linsman for The Post)
David Wright, left, and Christopher Gambino meet with Ali Ghouri, right, and Tameem Burdi. (Ilana Panich-Linsman for The Post)
Men pray at the Islamic Center of Irving. In 2015, the city’s mayor sought a state anti-sharia law. (Ilana Panich-Linsman for The Post)
The Bureau of American Islamic Relations demonstrate in 2015 at the Islamic Association of North Texas in Richardson, Tex. (Getty)
The four Texas men — two militia members and two Muslims — were on polarized sides in a divided country. Both sides agreed the government wasn’t doing enough, so they decided to get together and discuss their differences. “Meet me at the Dairy Queen,” was the invitation.
The seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom home is named after the Irish castle Dunluce, which had been in the owner's family in the 16th century, and contains touches like an inlaid harp in the marble floor of the foyer.
The magnitude 6.1 quake, centered in the state of Oaxaca, swayed buildings and set off a seismic alarm in the capital of a country reeling from two powerful quakes this month that killed nearly 400 people.