President Trump called Pyongyang’s move “progress” and “good news” in a pair of tweets after the news broke Friday evening. Behind the scenes, however, his aides cautioned Saturday that Kim Jong Un’s statement that the North would halt testing and shutter one nuclear facility was more notable for what he left out: a direct pledge to work toward nuclear disarmament.
The outcome of a criminal investigation into the president’s longtime lawyer could determine the fate of both men, who have relied heavily on each other for years.
Losing the party delegate vote was an unwelcome surprise for Romney. Mark Kennedy, a state representative who won just over half of the vote, depicted himself as a bona fide Utahn and portrayed Romney as an interloper.
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Theresa “Red” Terry is trying to stop a natural gas pipeline from coming through Virginia land granted to her husband’s family by the king of England in colonial times. For three weeks, she has endured rain, snow, hail, high winds and nighttime temperatures in the 20s. As the stalemate drags on, “I stand with Red” has become a rallying cry for opponents of the 300-mile, $3.5 billion Mountain Valley Pipeline.
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Saturday’s funeral for the wife of one president and mother of another offered the nation a deep breath, a moment of quiet reflection, a chance to savor and celebrate a family, a generation, a way of life that feels like it is increasingly slipping away.
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The attack at an entrance for the office for voters’ registration was claimed by the Islamic State and was a possible sign of bloody times ahead for long-delayed crucial elections set for October.
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In the wake of the Parkland school shooting, leaders are hoping the momentum from the March for Our Lives movement will lead to a more enduring next phase: getting young people to the voting booth in November in an effort to change not just policy in Washington, but the people who set it.
The government acted after days of criticism over its handling of the controversial case.
The first black heavyweight champion was convicted by an all-white jury in 1913 for crossing state lines with a white woman.
When Kyle Plush called 911 after he was pinned under the seat of his family’s minivan, he knew his situation was dire.
Just in time for Earth Day, officials announced that there are now an estimated 200,000 lesser long-nosed bats — which numbered fewer than a thousand 30 years ago.
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