The decision was the latest example of Mr. Trump siding with congressional allies over law enforcement officials, who have said the move could endanger national security.
Sex, contraband and sleepy guards are among the problems cited in a report on New York State prisons, where the tailor shops are a particular concern.
American officials hoped they could persuade some of Russia’s wealthiest men to help with U.S. investigations. It didn’t work.
Carlos Rodon of the White Sox has become a stronger pitcher after shoulder surgery, even though he is striking out fewer batters.
Mr. Ohr, a longtime Justice Department official, was targeted in attacks by the president and his allies for links to the Russia investigation. He could lose his security clearance.
The vacant Senate seat of the late John McCain has exposed the rift between his followers and the party’s Trumpian base.
Two tweets amounted to an odd “bring it on” challenge to John O. Brennan, the former C.I.A. director, who had mused about suing in response to losing his security clearance.
She gave up designing skyscrapers to develop structures that would help travelers live on the International Space Station, Mars or the moon.
A rash of news stories this week stemmed from a misinterpreted NASA update from January.