- Lawmakers from both parties said Michael T. Flynn may have violated the law by not disclosing his business dealings with Russia as required.
- Mr. Flynn, President Trump’s first national security adviser, is also accused of inappropriately accepting funds.
A federal judge in California temporarily halted the administration’s efforts to withhold funding from cities that limit their cooperation with federal immigration enforcement.
Lawmakers are negotiating a spending bill that would supply no money for a border wall but would increase funding for the military and other border security measures.
Mr. Trump appears to be trying to reset his relationship with the Jewish community after a series of controversies.
The proposal was to be part of changes in tax law, but was scuttled, people briefed on the matter said, after complaints by big businesses like Walmart and Toyota.
The prospect of a 15 percent corporate rate is appealing, but some question its prospects, or are wary of the trade-offs needed to achieve it.
Behind the Trump administration’s sudden urgency on North Korea lies a stark calculus: that the country is capable of making a nuclear bomb every six or seven weeks.
After an extended break from competition, Victoria Azarenka is training in her native Belarus with a new coach and a new traveling companion: her infant son.
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Eleven current and former employees filed a class-action suit accusing the network of “abhorrent, intolerable, unlawful and hostile racial discrimination.”
Jean-Luc Mélenchon, the far-left fourth-place finisher in France’s presidential vote, has refused to back Ms. Le Pen’s centrist opponent in the runoff, giving her an opportunity.
Outlaws stole millions in a robbery in the so-called Triple Frontier where Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina meet. Three were killed in a shootout in Brazil, and at least eight others were captured.
Students see live-streaming video of classrooms as an intrusion, prompting a debate in China about privacy, educational ethics and helicopter parenting.
Officials say the move, which would cause huge disruptions, is needed because the terminal requires an urgent overhaul.
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