The blunders began when President Trump opted Monday for an impromptu news conference. His answers to questions about four U.S. service members who were killed in Niger prompted follow-ups that day — and deeper reporting afterward, including news that he had not sent a promised $25,000 check to a grieving military father.
One final batch of papers related to the 1963 shooting remains unseen by the public. Longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone told conspiracy theorist Alex Jones this week that he personally lobbied President Trump to publish all of the documents.
President Trump still frequently consults his former chief strategist but is free to distance himself publicly whenever things get uncomfortable. The danger for Trump is that Stephen Bannon is acting less as a loyal steward of the president’s personal brand and more as a political opportunist.
George W. Bush on Thursday derided a political system corrupted by “conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.” The former White House chief strategist, speaking to California Republicans, claimed the former president didn’t understand what he was saying.
Maryland gave conditional approval for a tunnel under state roads from Baltimore to Washington, giving a boost — or hype depending on the viewpoint — to the entrepreneur’s plan for a super-high-speed transportation system.
The shootout, about 80 miles outside Cairo in the country's western desert, left at least 55 police officers and conscripts dead in one of the deadliest attacks against security forces by Islamic militants in recent memory.
The Education Department said the documents, which help parents and educators understand students' rights under the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act, were "outdated, unnecessary, or ineffective."
Ines Rau, a 26-year-old French fashion model, first appeared in the magazine in 2014. The November/December issue will also be a tribute to the magazine's founder, Hugh Hefner, who died last month at age 91.