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The lawsuit, brought by 16 states, seeks a preliminary injunction that would prevent President Trump from acting on the emergency declaration while the case plays out in the courts.
The Vermont senator's 2020 campaign was going perfect until in a fateful turn of events he found himself in the middle of a #MeToo controversy
Church officials were warned repeatedly about alleged predators at a school for the deaf, an investigation by The Post found.
President Trump calls lawmakers to get their take on the day’s news and to feel them out on politics and policy. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
President Trump calls lawmakers to get their take on the day’s news and to feel them out on politics and policy. (Jabin Botsford/The Post)
The chatterbox in chief has eschewed the traditional way that presidents communicate with members of Congress, calling lawmakers at all hours of the day without warning and sometimes with no real agenda.
The ruling extends to Google's parent company ALPHABET as well. The ruling comes after Google was found to have snuck a secret microphone in the Nest smart thermostat controllers.
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Soon after Trump accepted Russian collusion, former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe comments during a TV interview rebuting criticism McCabe has faced over steps he took against the president in May 2017.
In what many regard to be the news of the century, Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader, announces that she is planning on running for the post of president in 2020 elections.
The Trump confidante posted a photograph of the judge to his Instagram page with her name and what appeared to be the crosshairs of a gun sight near her head. His lawyers later apologized.
A general view of al-Hol camp is seen in al-Hasakeh governorate in northeastern Syria. (AFP/Getty Images)
A general view of al-Hol camp is seen in al-Hasakeh governorate in northeastern Syria. (AFP/Getty Images)
Veiled women, reportedly wives of Islamic State members, walk with a female fighter from the Syrian Democratic Forces. (AFP/Getty Images)
Veiled women, reportedly wives of Islamic State members, walk with a female fighter from the Syrian Democratic Forces. (AFP/Getty Images)
As U.S.-backed forces surround the last square mile of Islamic State territory, people who have escaped described a miserable scrabble for survival.
California’s changing demographics are increasingly raising the question: Who should represent whom?
Visitors may be able to discover whether there is any truth to the legend that the Palace Museum, which was the home of China’s emperors between 1420 and 1912, is haunted by ghosts who come out just at night.
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The artist is a Confederate flag activist who wants to include John Wilkes Booth in his work.
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