Final results from the midterm elections show how the president’s near-constant campaign presence made politics more tribal, effectively erasing lighter shades of red and blue.
The company said it was moving to fire Carlos Ghosn, who is considered one of the car industry’s top executives and is widely credited with having saved Nissan from near-bankruptcy.
Bourj el-Barajneh suffered throughout Lebanon’s civil war. Nearly a quarter of the camp’s population was displaced.
Bourj el-Barajneh suffered throughout Lebanon’s civil war. Nearly a quarter of the camp’s population was displaced.
Students take a break in the yard of the Al-Yarmouk school for girls, managed by UNRWA.
Students take a break in the yard of the Al-Yarmouk school for girls, managed by UNRWA.
Bourj el-Barajneh is one of the most overcrowded refugee camps in Lebanon, and electrical and water infrastructure is precarious.
Bourj el-Barajneh is one of the most overcrowded refugee camps in Lebanon, and electrical and water infrastructure is precarious.
Like many young people in Bourj el-Barajneh, Ibrahim Qassim, 22, he is unemployed and spends most of his days in cafes or looking for work.
Like many young people in Bourj el-Barajneh, Ibrahim Qassim, 22, he is unemployed and spends most of his days in cafes or looking for work.
A United Nations agency provides aid to millions of Palestinian refugees, particularly for basic services such as health care and education. Now, as the Trump administration is trying to dismantle that lifeline, it is posing the question: Who gets to decide who’s really a refugee?
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Lawyers for the network and its White House correspondent acted after the White House made it clear it would revoke his credentials when the temporary court order expires at the end of the month.
Despite the conclusions of the CIA, President Trump indicated that he believes claims by the Saudi crown prince that he had nothing to do with the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. He also dismissed a growing clamor among lawmakers for the kingdom to face more consequences for the murder.
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Famed biographer and historian Ron Chernow is set to headline the event in 2019, a big break from the tradition of having a stand-up comedian entertain the ballroom of journalists, members of Congress and administration officials.
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