The Russian disinformation campaign tried to neutralize special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, according to a new report, going so far as to claim in an Instagram post that Mueller had worked in the past with “radical Islamic groups.”
President Trump told his closest advisers that he would have even less leverage in his fight for a border wall when Democrats take control of the House next month.
The proceeding for Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his dealings with a Russian ambassador, could become complicated by his attorneys’ suggestion that Flynn was duped by law enforcement.
Sam Rogers shoots up one morning as Renee Howell prepares to snort heroin next to him. (Andre Chung for The Post)
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America’s drug epidemic is commonly associated with rural towns and suburbs. But more people died from opioid overdoses than homicides last year in the District of Columbia — as local officials looked the other way.
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CBS’s announcement came after an internal investigation that found Moonves was guilty of “willful and material malfeasance.” He was set to receive up to $120 million in severance.
The Senate could cast a final vote today on the Trump-backed legislation that would overhaul the federal prison system to help inmates earn reduced sentences.
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The resolution included references to “sexual and reproductive health,” which the U.S. delegation implied could “suggest the promotion of abortion or a right to abortion that are unacceptable to our administration.”
Eliot enjoys a life that is about freedom and wildness and innocence.
Eliot enjoys a life that is about freedom and wildness and innocence.
Eliot chooses to share a bedroom with sisters Toni, left, and Lena.
Eliot chooses to share a bedroom with sisters Toni, left, and Lena.
“If my kids find something they’re interested in, I want to encourage them in that,” Brian Campbell said.
“If my kids find something they’re interested in, I want to encourage them in that,” Brian Campbell said.
Eliot, left, exists in that golden hour when life is about “just fun.”
Eliot, left, exists in that golden hour when life is about “just fun.”
Being a Boy
Brian Campbell grew up stifled by his father’s expectations about masculinity. Can he change things for his own son? In light of the past year’s news of sexual misconduct by some powerful and famous men, Post journalists traveled the country to ask: How do we raise boys?
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Once taken for granted as a professional courtesy, the standard is losing relevance in an economy where practically everyone is hiring, analysts say.
Bahia Amawi, a speech pathologist of Palestinian descent who has worked as a contractor in Texas for nine years, said the pledge infringed on her principles.
Shirley Wang wanted to understand her father’s life. After his death, she just keeps learning.
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