Administration officials said President Trump’s empowered new chief of staff, John F. Kelly, moved to fire Bannon in an effort to tame warring factions and bring stability to a White House at risk of caving under self-destructive tendencies.
Before he was accused of an act of automotive fury that killed a woman and injured 19 others, James A. Fields Jr.’s turbulent formative years were marked by reports of abusive behavior toward his disabled mother and a marginal existence since graduating high school.
Starting college is an anxious time for many students, with questions about meeting strangers and becoming independent. But in Charlottesville this year, the tensions are far more visceral as the Class of 2021 arrives on a campus jarred by last weekend’s white nationalist rally.
In a first for the council, New York City pastor A.R. Bernard announced that he had stepped down from the unofficial board of evangelical advisers on Tuesday, the day the president made controversial comments about Charlottesville.
The president is pressing forward with plans for a large-scale political rally next week, despite pleas from the city’s mayor and other officials not to hold a polarizing event while feelings remain so raw over the violence in Charlottesville.
A day after the deadly assault that also wounded six people in the southwestern city of Turku, new information has led to authorities to start investigating the incident as the work of a terrorist rather than a murder case.
Innovators are looking to the ancient staples of bread and beer to solve a modern dilemma: food waste. The effort to remake them is leading to quirky and — according to our expert tasters — sometimes delicious creations.