The president’s personal attorney had left open the possibility in a television interview that campaign aides took part in Russia’s election interference.
The attack in the capital, Bogotá, left at least five dead, the mayor said.
President Trump’s former lawyer and fixer is reported to have paid $12,000 to $13,000 in cash in a shopping bag to help doctor poll results before the 2016 election.
The costly plans come in the midst of the longest government shutdown in history and while the Pentagon’s leadership is in flux.
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Paleogenomics is upending of our assumptions about prehistoric times and shaking up how people envision their ancestry.
Geneticists have begun using old bones to make sweeping claims about the distant past. But their revisions to the human story are making some scholars of prehistory uneasy.
Restaurants have fed them for free. Banks have suspended late fees on their credit cards. And at airports, they’ve been offered hugs, encouragement and casseroles.
Many of the big economic questions in coming decades will come down to just how extreme the weather will be, and how to value the future versus the present.
Brussels has celebrated its unity in negotiations with Britain, and it has successfully demonstrated the pain of leaving the E.U. But at what cost?
Mr. Udpa, a top university administrator, is replacing Mr. Engler, who remarked that some victims of Larry Nassar, the former gymnastics doctor, appeared to be enjoying “the spotlight.”
Thursday: A conversation with Alex Caputo-Pearl; Nancy Pelosi suggests postponing the State of the Union; and catching up with Katelyn Ohashi.
The disease spread within ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities where vaccination rates are low and some are suspicious of government health workers.
David Haskell, who has overseen print features and digital strategy, will step in on April 1. He plans to keep a side job as co-owner of a whiskey distillery in Brooklyn.
The investment bank is campaigning to convince the authorities that a former partner, Tim Leissner, was a master con man — and that is how the bank became ensnared in a vast fraud.
The senator was often on the wrong side of history when she served as California’s attorney general.
The founder of Vanguard, who died on Wednesday, changed how ordinary people invested. Here are some of his tips.
Kirsten Gillibrand is running. But so may some others. Also: Today is Yams Day.
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With Brexit, the chumocrats who drew borders from India to Ireland are getting a taste of their own medicine.