The presence of Emmet T. Flood, a lawyer representing the president in the Russia investigation, and John F. Kelly, the chief of staff, at the start of the classified meetings infuriated Democrats.
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Some see Mark S. Inch’s departure as an opening for the Trump administration to endorse sentencing reform — one of the few issues that offer the possibility of a bipartisan deal.
Mr. Kushner’s F.B.I. background check had dragged on, fueling questions about whether the special counsel had found evidence that made him a security risk.
Britt Slabinski, a former leader of Navy SEAL Team 6, received the Medal of Honor for valor in a 2002 firefight in Afghanistan. But it has renewed questions over what exactly happened.
Influential liberal donors and operatives are working with Never Trump Republicans to blunt what they view as the president’s threat to democracy.
The only woman on the president’s senior staff, she courted the religious right in helping to build a Reagan coalition and alienated feminists.
Economists, lawmakers and industry executives said the threat of tariffs on imported cars threatened to undercut global economic growth and stoke trade tensions even with crucial allies.
Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, said the administration was considering placing an American compliance team inside the Chinese company to ensure that it wasn’t violating sanctions.
Educators fear that the harsher penalties, which go into effect in August, could hinder university efforts to attract the brightest minds from overseas.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo got into another testy exchange Thursday, his second in two days, this time over President Trump’s potential conflicts of interest.
The president had sought to deal with Kim Jong-un the same way he had handled real estate negotiations — with threats and flattery. It didn’t work.
Here’s a look at what transpired in the whole affair that led us to this point.
President Trump delivered remarks after his earlier announcement that the United States would not participate in a planned meeting with North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un.
The season begins June 1 and experts predict it will be near normal or above normal, but a single storm can cause tremendous damage if it makes landfall.
James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, said and has continued to say the exact opposite.
The officer said he fired his gun because he had been assaulted, but a neighbor said there were no signs of an attack.
President Trump on Thursday sent a letter to the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un canceling their highly anticipated summit on June 12 to discuss denuclearization.
The meeting was scheduled for June 12 in Singapore, and Mr. Trump said it “will not take place.” But he later said it could still happen.
The event was captured by foreign journalists, but North Korea did not invite any independent nuclear monitors to verify the dismantlement.
The move will disappoint some allies in Asia, hearten others and perhaps put China in the strongest position of all. Much will depend on how North Korea reacts.
Interviews and newly obtained documents provide the Pentagon’s first public on-the-ground accounting of one of the bloodiest battles the military has faced in Syria since deploying to fight ISIS.
The country’s vice foreign minister said that Vice President Mike Pence had made “unbridled and impudent remarks that North Korea might end like Libya.”