- White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly told Hispanic members of Congress that he had “tempered” President Trump’s position on the border wall and DACA, Representative Raúl Grijalva said.
- The president’s views are said to have shifted away from a literal wall to the understanding that “barriers can mean many different things,’’ the representative added.
No fewer than six senators are eyeing the Democratic nomination in 2020, with each angling to get to the left of the others.
The agreement is a milestone in inter-Korean sports relations, and Seoul has said in the past it hoped such a move could contribute to a political thaw.
A former C.I.A. officer suspected of helping China dismantle U.S. spying operations has been arrested, the Justice Department said.
Independent cardiologists said President Trump’s high LDL cholesterol level suggests he is not in “excellent” cardiac health, as his doctor put it.
Stephen K. Bannon, the president’s former chief strategist, will be interviewed by investigators for the special counsel rather than go in front of a grand jury.
An Energy Department photographer says he was fired for exposing the coal industry’s influence with Energy Secretary Rick Perry.
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The phenomenon of female anger has often been turned against itself, the figure of the angry woman reframed as threat — not the one who has been harmed, but the one bent on harming.
A deadly stabbing in a small German town has become Exhibit A for those arguing that Germany’s migration policy has increased the risk of violent crime.
A Democrat on Tuesday won a State Senate seat long held by Republicans in western Wisconsin, and some saw it as a sign of worry for Republicans in elections ahead.
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A new study found a strong link between genes, dietary fat and prostate cancer, suggesting that an obesity drug might treat it.
Sayfullo Saipov, the man accused of killing eight people on a Manhattan bike path, offered to spend life in prison without parole.
A year into Trump’s presidency, we asked his voters for a progress report.
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