A judge said the Trump administration violated federal law by failing to take into account the climate impact of its oil and gas projects. The judge also blocked drilling on 300,000 acres in the state.
Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III will be required to make some disclosures. But the rules do not say whether his report has to be short or long. It’s Mueller’s choice.
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Prime Minister Theresa May remains hamstrung at home and in Brussels over the plan for Britain to leave the European Union. President Trump and one of his sons aren't making things any easier.
Candace Owens speaks at a rally for Blexit, her push to get African Americans to leave the Democratic Party. (Kyle Grillot for The Post)
Candace Owens speaks at a rally for Blexit, her push to get African Americans to leave the Democratic Party. (Kyle Grillot for The Post)
Candace Owens introduces conservative commentator Ann Coulter at the Blexit rally. (Kyle Grillot for The Post)
Candace Owens introduces conservative commentator Ann Coulter at the Blexit rally. (Kyle Grillot for The Post)
Candace Owens greets supporters after the first Blexit rally in Los Angeles. (Kyle Grillot for The Post)
Candace Owens greets supporters after the first Blexit rally in Los Angeles. (Kyle Grillot for The Post)
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  • Mar 6
The Blue Devils used words such as “instincts” and “smart” repeatedly when describing the freshman star’s ability to affect games, not just with highlight dunks but with more-subtle plays.
The D.C. council member said in a statement that he first learned of the crash after spotting front-end damage to his vehicle, and called police believing another driver had struck it while it was parked.
One brought pot-laced brownies and a loaded gun to his high school in Maryland, police said.
The Maryland Catholic school has a strict dress code during colder months: shirt, tie, dress slacks, dress shoes and a crimson blazer on top. When it’s chilly, students are supposed to put on a formal sweater over their shirt and tie, but quite a few opt for a hoodie instead.
Rendon, one of the league's top third baseman, will be a free agent after the 2019 season if he doesn't sign an extension before then.
Wednesday marks the first day of spring, and there are still no eggs at two closely watched nests in Washington.
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  • Mar 22, 2017
The justice, who last asked a question three years ago, inquired about the race of jurors dismissed by defense lawyers in a Mississippi murder case, drawing out the information that they were white.
Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) has promised to give President Trump a “whipping” over his recent attacks on the late senator John McCain.
The president called George Conway a “wack job” and “husband from hell.” In an interview with Politico, Kellyanne Conway defended Donald Trump.
Interim president Wanda M. Austin acknowledged the breadth of the university’s exposure to the scandal poses many questions. Chief among them: Why weren’t alarms raised internally years ago?
If you’re ready for warmer weather, blossoming trees and allergies, you won’t have to wait much longer.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention downgraded its warning against travel to 100 countries and regions where the virus was reported. The World Health Organization will ease its travel restrictions soon.
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