The reclusive mastermind behind President Trump’s nationalist ideology and combative tactics made his public debut at the Conservative Political Action Conference, declaring that the new administration is fighting to “deconstruct” an outdated system of governance.
After Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas cited “the threat of violence” at town halls, ex- congresswoman Gabby Giffords, who was shot in the head at her own event in 2011, urged legislators to “have some courage.”
The White House press secretary said the president sees “a big difference” between medical use of marijuana and recreational use, adding that the Justice Department “will be further looking into” states’ allowance of the drug for recreational purposes.
Addressing a gathering of conservative activists in the Washington area, the vice president sought to minimize the voices of the hundreds of people who have demonstrated against changes to the law at congressional town hall meetings across the country.
Police charged Adam W. Purinton with first-degree murder and two counts of attempted first-degree murder charges in connection with the shooting of two Indian engineers and a third man who stepped in to help.
The identification of VX, one of the most toxic and fastest-acting chemical warfare agents, as the substance that killed Kim Jong Nam adds to the pile of evidence suggesting the North Korean leader was behind the attack.
Customs and Border Protection says it was searching for an undocumented immigrant with a deportation order. The search spurred several passengers to post photos online, and it raised questions about whether it was connected to Trump’s immigration directives.
In the latest installment of our podcast series exploring how Donald Trump might reshape the presidency, The Post’s David Fahrenthold breaks down Trump’s many businesses, his complex foreign ties and the Emoluments Clause.
The state that is the largest U.S. market for cars typically sets air quality standards that surpass federal rules. California regulations also have a magnifying power, since more than a dozen states have adopted them as their own.