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$770,000 Was Just Spent on a Playground. Now the City Wants to Raze It.

By Luis FerrΓ©-SadurnΓ­

To residents, a plan to replace a just-refurbished public area with a new residential tower was another example of the housing authority’s dysfunction.

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In Contest to Succeed Theresa May, Stars Are Aligning for Boris Johnson

By Stephen Castle

The divisive, charismatic Mr. Johnson, the ex-foreign secretary, is the leading candidate to succeed Mrs. May as Britain’s prime minister. The only person who can stop him may be Mr. Johnson himself.

In Contest to Succeed Theresa May, Stars Are Aligning for Boris Johnson

By Stephen Castle

The divisive, charismatic Mr. Johnson, the ex-foreign secretary, is the leading candidate to succeed Mrs. May as Britain’s prime minister. The only person who can stop him may be Mr. Johnson himself.

Oregon man arrested after disappearance of mother, young son

By ANDREW SELSKY

Police in Oregon arrested a man Friday on suspicion of murder and kidnapping following the disappearance of a woman and their 3-year-old son.

Judge tells attacker to study Sikhs as part of sentence

By ANDREW SELSKY

A judge on Friday ordered an Oregon man to learn about the Sikh religion and submit a report to the court as part of his sentence for an attack on a Sikh shopkeeper in Salem, a civil rights group said.

Trump signs memorandum requiring immigrant sponsors to pay for social services

By Andrew O'Reilly

President Trump signed a memorandum Thursday that will enforce a 23-year-old provision requiring sponsors of legal immigrants in the U.S. to reimburse the government for any social services such as Medicaid or welfare used by the immigrant, Fox News has learned.

USDA staffers quit en masse as Trump administration eyes moving offices out of DC

By Andrew O'Reilly

Employees at the U.S. Department of Agriculture are quitting at a rapid clip as Secretary Sonny Perdue prepares to move forward with plans to relocate two offices far outside the Washington, D.C., Beltway.

Trump signing memorandum requiring immigrant sponsors to pay for social services

By Andrew O'Reilly

President Trump is signing a memorandum Thursday that will enforce a 23-year-old provision requiring sponsors of legal immigrants in the U.S. to reimburse the government for any social services such as Medicaid or welfare used by the immigrant, Fox News has learned.

USDA staffers quit en masse as Trump administration eyes moving offices out of DC

By Andrew O'Reilly

Employees at the U.S. Department of Agriculture are quitting at a rapid clip as Secretary Sonny Perdue prepares to move forward with plans to relocate two offices far outside the Washington, D.C., Beltway.

Trump pays respect to military dead at Arlington ahead of Memorial Day

By Andrew O'Reilly

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump visited Arlington National Cemetery on Thursday ahead of Memorial Day to pay their respects to the members of the U.S. military who died in service.

Trump pays respect to military dead at Arlington ahead of Memorial Day

By Andrew O'Reilly

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump visited Arlington National Cemetery on Thursday ahead of Memorial Day to pay their respects to the members of the U.S. military who died in service.

Judge Andrew Napolitano: To impeach or not to impeach

By Andrew Napolitano

The revelation last weekend by Michigan Republican Congressman Justin Amash that he believes the Mueller report accuses President Donald Trump of impeachable offenses has ignited firestorms in both major political parties on Capitol Hill. Amash's argument is simple and essentially unassailable, though his fellow congressional Republicans don't want to hear it and Democrats don't know what to do with it.

Beverly Hills moves one step closer to becoming first city in US to ban sale of tobacco products

By Andrew O'Reilly

Beverly Hills moved one step closer on Tuesday evening to becoming the first city in the nation to ban the sale of all tobacco and nicotine products after the city council voted unanimously in the first of two votes required to enact the ban.

Beverly Hills moves one step closer to becoming first city in US to ban sale of tobacco products

By Andrew O'Reilly

Beverly Hills moved one step closer on Tuesday evening to becoming the first city in the nation to ban the sale of all tobacco and nicotine products after the city council voted unanimously in the first of two votes required to enact the ban.

At a Historic Moment for Asian-American Candidates, Andrew Yang Leans In

By Matt Stevens

One of three presidential candidates with roots in the Asian-American and Pacific-Islander community, Mr. Yang has unabashedly embraced his heritage.

That loose change left at airports may be used to help fund border operations

By Andrew O'Reilly

The Transportation Security Administration plans to use loose change left in trays at airports to partly fund the $232 million that its parent agency, the Department of Homeland Security, has requested to help pay for border operations if Congress doesn’t agree to its $1.1 billion funding request.

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