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President Xi Jinping of China will visit President Trump at his Florida estate next week for the two leaders’ first summit meeting, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said.
Scores of scientists and technology experts have left the White House, and conservatives — and the president — have questioned whether they need to be replaced.
The law, which curbed protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, had led sports organizations such as the N.C.A.A. to cancel events in the state.
The judge, Derrick Watson of Federal District Court, issued the longer-lasting hold on the ban just hours after hearing arguments.
E.P.A. scientists had concluded that exposure to the chemical, chlorpyrifos, which has been in use since 1965, was potentially causing significant health consequences.
The president’s elder daughter had drawn criticism from ethics experts after saying she would serve as an informal adviser to her father.
The author was an angry teenager when he began research on the book, which outlined weapon use, bomb-building techniques and drug manufacturing.
The top Republican and Democrat on the committee pledged to forge ahead, while seeking to distance themselves from the troubled House inquiry.
In a rare speech, she challenged a State Department audience to put themselves in the shoes of women — victims of domestic abuse, gender bias, or violence — who have fought injustice.
Candace Marie Claiborne, 60, was charged with felony obstruction and lying to the F.B.I. after her ties to the Chinese were uncovered, the authorities said.
In a speech at the Brookings Institution, the education secretary rejected the notion that money was a panacea for the challenges facing public schools.
The decision could mend a rift with a critical Middle East ally, but it is bound to be read by other nations in the region as a sign the administration will ease human rights demands.
A United States Capitol Police spokeswoman said a woman had been taken into custody and no one was hurt.
Despite upbeat sentiment among consumers and investors in the new year, actual growth estimates are modest for the quarter and beyond.
The legal question was about prosecutors withholding evidence about another suspect, but the argument was dominated by an effort to reconstruct what happened decades ago.
The justices ruled in favor of five New York businesses that wanted to inform their customers that they imposed a surcharge for the use of credit cards.
A doctor is accused of molesting dozens of young gymnasts. Now a senator is calling for an investigation into “who knew what and when.”
Mr. Hannity, the Fox News personality, is lashing out over an interview aired on “CBS Sunday Morning.”
President Trump claimed undue credit for job gains and miscast the effect of his executive orders on energy.
Events rooted in 1985, which became known as the Year of the Spy, in some ways mirror those that were set in motion during the 2016 presidential election.
The administration said the entire White House staff would not attend the event next month, in solidarity with the president, who had already said he would not attend.
As other advisers floundered in recent weeks, the vice president has emerged as an effective wingman for a president short on competent help.
Fresh off the House health bill debacle, the president is courting another disaster by asking for $18 billion in cuts to pay for his border wall with Mexico.