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A young soldier whose genitals were destroyed underwent extensive reconstructive surgery that doctors hope to offer to others who were wounded at war.
Barack Obama does not plan to take on President Trump directly, but an adviser said the former president would not shrink from confronting the divisive issues around his successor.
Beijing fears that a grand deal with the North’s longtime enemies could diminish its influence over Pyongyang, experts said.
Many of Amazon’s opponents have struggled for years to be heard. Now they have the country’s most powerful bullhorn — President Trump — on their side.
Hillary Clinton once again compared President Trump to authoritarians, and glancingly referred to the newly declassified memos by James Comey, the former F.B.I. director.
President Trump, in defending his actions before a planned summit meeting, incorrectly claimed that North Korea had “agreed to denuclearization.”
Even as private employers have rebounded from the recession, the public sector’s ranks have withered, and pay and benefits have lagged.
Greg Pence, the vice president’s brother, is mounting something of a stealth campaign, years after leading a chain that went bankrupt and being sued over personal debts.
As the midterm elections approach, some Republican candidates are not only embracing President Trump’s policies but also his tone and catchphrases.