President Trump made a “brave” decision to call families of four fallen members of the military this week, said White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, adding that he was “stunned” that a member of Congress called the president’s words insensitive.
For the past nine years, George W. Bush has largely stayed out of presidential politics. That changed in a big way today. Bush didn't use President Trump's name, but his target became clearer as the speech progressed.
When Amazon made a surprise announcement last month that it planned to open a second headquarters with even more jobs, it set off an unprecedented race among cities to lure the tech giant their way. Amazon said it ultimately would need 8 million square feet in a second region, making it the biggest economic development target experts can remember in decades.
Ten soldiers and civilians who have been trained to deter sex offenses or help victims have been charged, convicted or investigated over the past year in connection with sexual assault, Army officials confirmed to The Post.
Richard Spencer, whose visit drew intense security preparations, was mostly drowned out by shouting and boos as he delivered his first public speech on a college campus since he led torch-bearing followers through the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
By Joe Heim, Lori Rozsa, Abigail Hauslohner and Susan Svrluga
One of five people killed Wednesday in an attack allegedly carried out by a fellow employee had told his boss about abusive behavior by the co-worker long before the shooting, but no action was taken, according to the victim’s brother.