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The U.S. Senate is expected to pass the short-term deal later today, and House and Senate negotiators are expected to work through the weekend to finalize a longer-term deal that would fund the government through the end of the fiscal year in September.
In an Oval Office interview with The Post, President Trump said he had “looked forward” to announcing the U.S. withdrawal from the trade deal on the 100th day of his presidency. But his impulsive turnabout was the latest in a series of abrupt shifts in the frenzied lead-up to his 100th day.
The Daily 202
It wasn’t pleas from foreign leaders or CEOs that prompted the president to change his mind about NAFTA. It was a map of the United States that apparently proved decisive in the tug-of-war between the populists and the globalists inside the administration.
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's push at a special session of the U.N. Security Council came as the Trump administration signaled it is willing to bargain directly with North Korea over ending its nuclear weapons program, but under strict conditions.
First 100 Days
He enjoys leading guests on trivia-filled tours. He brags about the specialties of the White House chefs. But the fact that Trump entertained a dinner party, which included Ted Nugent and Sarah Palin, for four hours last week may indicate his hunger for company.
In this special edition of the podcast, Post reporters convene in a round-table conversation about Trump's achievements and failures in his first 100 days and what it means for the next four years of his presidency.
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General Manager Paul Wiedefeld keeps saying there's light at the end of the tunnel. Riders just see more smoke.
A group of protesters created some minor delays at the busy transportation hub.
Centrist Democrats may face primary challenges engineered by groups disappointed by legislative actions on immigrant protections and diversity in medical marijuana licensing.
The demonstration comes one week after the March for Science and Earth Day rally, but organizers say this march will be more political and aimed at specific Trump administration policies.
Beijing hopes the garden in the U.S. National Arboretum will be as much of a landmark in the capital as Japan’s cherry trees.
Capitals fans will be cursing Nick Bonino after last year’s Game 6 hero scored another game-winner against Washington.
Allen is a versatile defensive lineman who has a solid burst, which often makes him too quick against interior offensive lineman.
The nation's gross domestic product grew at a sluggish 0.7 percent rate during the first three months of this year, the government reported, a day before the symbolic 100-day mark of Donald Trump's presidency.
After the Supreme Court denied stay requests for Kenneth Williams, Arkansas on Thursday concluded an aggressive scheduled of executions that state officials said was needed because one of their deadly drugs will expire soon.
“Breitbart comes to France like an American general wearing two medals: Brexit and Trump,” one supporter said.
The former president and first lady, who both made their first appearances as speakers-for-hire on Thursday, could quickly earn millions, following a well-worn path from the White House — but one that poses risks to a personal and political brand rooted in their middle-class backgrounds.
Clockwise: “Insecure,” “Better Call Saul,” “Late Show with Stephen Colbert and “Bob’s Burgers.” (HBO, AMC, FOX, CBS)
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In February 2016, presidential candidate Donald Trump promised $6 million in donations, including $1 million from his own pocket, to charities along his campaign trail. Months later, he had donated far less than he pledged. Post reporter David A. Fahrenthold went in search of the missing money and found a bigger story than he ever expected.
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