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Earlier today, Manchester police named the suspect in the attack that killed 22 as 22-year-old Salman Abedi but declined to provide other details. A senior European intelligence official said the attacker was a British citizen of Libyan descent.
Describing a previously undisclosed high-level conversation between Washington and Moscow, former agency director John Brennan testified that he told the head of Russia’s security service that “American voters would be outraged by any Russian attempt to interfere in the election.”
The move challenges his lawyer’s refusal to comply with an existing subpoena for documents detailing the former national security adviser's contacts with Russian officials. “A business does not have the right to take the Fifth,” said Sen. Mark R. Warner, the committee’s lead Democrat.
The network said the article did not meet its editorial standards. But host Sean Hannity, who has aired reports on the DNC staffer's killing, pushed back and said, “I am not Fox.com or Foxnews.com. I retracted nothing.”
Some of these programs — including Medicaid and the modern version of food stamps — provide benefits to up to a fifth of all Americans. The $4.094 trillion budget proposal for the fiscal year that begins in October marks the president's first exercise in spelling out how he wants the government to change.
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Dozens of smaller budget cuts would amount to a major realignment of the government’s role in society.
President Trump’s budget would eliminate federal money for the $73 million program, increasing the pressure on local lawmakers, especially four on the powerful House and Senate appropriations committees, to restore the funding.
The proposal would prevent the District from using any funding — local or federal — to carry out the law, but Mayor Muriel Bowser is working to implement it before the budget takes effect.
Montgomery County and the business are trying to reach a legal deal about a garage abutting the Capital Crescent Trail. “I think both parties realize this could be a nasty, long fight with nobody happy at the end,” one attorney said.
A student group at the University of Maryland that remains loyal to the Communist Party quickly produced a video showing blue skies in their home towns in China.
The protagonist of the Netflix political drama “House of Cards” — portrayed by Kevin Spacey — made an appearance in D.C.’s transit system to drum up interest ahead of the show’s fifth season.
The couple was spotted strolling in Siena, their security detail attempting to blend in among the casually-dressed crowds.
The New Jersey Republican negotiated with the hard-right Freedom Caucus and struck a deal that ensured passage of the American Health Care Act. “The reality is, I would do that again,” he said.
The Philippine president issued the decree in response to fighting in Marawi City, where militants linked to the Islamic State were battling security forces.
Drivers will now collect an average of $900 each in reimbursements, which includes interest on the lost earnings, from the embattled ride-hailing giant.
Police later found bomb-making equipment, explosive substances and neo-Nazi propaganda in the Florida apartment shared by four men.
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