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Bush and Obama try something new with implicit rebuke of Trump
The decision by two ex-presidents to speak against the current one’s political approach and leadership style has no precedent in modern politics, historians said.
White House chief of staff defends Trump’s call to Gold Star widow
At an emotional appearance before reporters, White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly described the trauma of losing service members. The retired general also blasted a Democratic congresswoman for publicizing her account of President Trump’s call with the widow of one of the four soldiers killed in Niger.
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Rohingya Muslim refugees listen for their names before collecting food at a refugee camp in Bangladesh. (AFP/Getty Images)
Aung Sang Suu Kyi became Burma’s de facto leader in 2016. (Reuters)
Refugees wait in a rice field to be let through after crossing the border in Palang Khali, Bangladesh. (Reuters)
Abdusalam stands outside the entrance to his house in the Kutupalong refugee camp. (Max Bearak/The Washington Post)
A woman collapses after arriving in Bangladesh on a wooden boat from Burma. (Reuters)
For some Rohingya, Burma’s Suu Kyi was a ‘bright light.’ That dream is dead.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is Burma’s de facto leader, but she has said nothing to quell violence against the Rohingya. Hundreds of thousands of the stateless people have sought refuge in Bangladesh, many of them wondering if they were wrong to have hoped.
CIA director distorts intelligence community’s findings on Russian interference
Mike Pompeo misrepresented a January report released by U.S. intelligence agencies that reached no conclusions about whether Moscow’s efforts altered the outcome of the 2016 election.
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DNC reshuffle has some worrying about a ‘purge’
An annual meeting that Democrats hoped would close the door on the bitter 2016 primary produced yet another activists-vs.-establishment fight.
Federal judge refuses to erase Joe Arpaio’s conviction, despite Trump pardon
The judge said the pardon did not erase the fact that Arpaio had been convicted of criminal contempt.
LAPD investigating Weinstein for alleged 2013 sexual assault
The London Metropolitan Police has also received three reports from women accusing the disgraced movie mogul of sexual assault.
Dodgers trounce Cubs, head to World Series for first time since 1988
Los Angeles defeated Chicago, 11-1, powered by Clayton Kershaw, who pitched six strong innings, and Enrique Hernandez, who had three home runs, including a grand slam.
Elon Musk begins work on ultrafast Hyperloop tunnel from Baltimore to Washington
Musk says the pod-and-tube transportation system, planned to extend to New York, will ultimately be able to make the trip between Washington and New York in 29 minutes.
Letters from a young Obama reveal an author struggling with his place in the world
Emory University has acquired and released excerpts from a collection of letters written by Barack Obama to his college girlfriend that portray a literary thinker and budding wordsmith who wrestled regularly with his identity.
Lulu the dog flunked out of CIA bomb-sniffer school because she just didn’t care
The black Lab seemed to know she wasn’t living her best life. The agency, to its credit, honored her wish to be true to herself.
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