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Influential Judge, Loyal Friend, Conservative Warrior β€” and D.C. Insider

By SCOTT SHANE, STEVE EDER, REBECCA R. RUIZ, ADAM LIPTAK, CHARLIE SAVAGE and BEN PROTESS

The carefully crafted narrative around Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, plays down his legacy as a charter member of elite Washington.

Kavanaugh and Gorsuch Both Went to the Same Elite Prep School

By SARAH MERVOSH

President Trump’s two Supreme Court picks attended Georgetown Prep, a Jesuit-run high school outside Washington.

US slaps terror designation on Iran-linked group in Bahrain

By SUSANNAH GEORGE

The United States is designating a Shiite militant group in Bahrain as a foreign terrorist organization to ramp up pressure on Iran.

Next Task for Vegas Golden Knights: Attract Free Agents

By MATT RYBALTOWSKI

Since completing the most remarkable season for an expansion team in the N.H.L. or any sport, Vegas Golden Knights General Manager George McPhee has had little time to rest on his laurels.

NSA deletes phone records, citing 'technical irregularities'

By SUSANNAH GEORGE

The National Security Agency says it is deleting call records after "irregularities" caused the agency to collect records it was not authorized to receive.

Harsh anti-Trump UN human rights report on US 'extreme poverty' cherry-picks data, assumptions, examination shows

By George Russell

A United Nations report on extreme poverty in the U.S., which has sparked strong denunciations from the Trump administration as being “inaccurate, inflammatory, and irresponsible,” is marred by carefully cherry-picked and suppressed data, unsourced negative assumptions about administration policies, and unsupported generalizations about allegedly regressive U.S. social and political policies, according to an examination of its source documents by Fox News.

Harsh anti-Trump UN human rights report on US 'extreme poverty' cherry-picks data, assumptions, examination shows

By George Russell

A United Nations report on extreme poverty in the U.S., which has sparked strong denunciations from the Trump administration as being “inaccurate, inflammatory, and irresponsible,” is marred by carefully cherry-picked and suppressed data, unsourced negative assumptions about administration policies, and unsupported generalizations about allegedly regressive U.S. social and political policies, according to an examination of its source documents by Fox News.

How the G.O.P. Built Donald Trump’s Cages

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The cruel practice of separating families at the border started under President Trump. But his fellow Republicans paved the way.

Hungary Criminalizes Aiding Illegal Immigrants

By PATRICK KINGSLEY

Prime Minister Viktor Orban campaigned on a nationalist, anti-immigrant platform. Providing help to those who enter the country illegally will now be punishable by up to a year in jail.

Where Trump’s β€˜Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Policy Began

Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama both increased enforcement on the U.S.-Mexico border. Here is how their approaches differed from the Trump administration.

Bush Veteran Joseph Hagin to Leave Trump White House Post

By PETER BAKER and MAGGIE HABERMAN

Mr. Hagin, who was a deputy chief of staff to President George W. Bush and served in the same role for President Trump, will step down on July 6.

How Trump Came to Enforce a Practice of Separating Migrant Families

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and MICHAEL D. SHEAR

Inside the Trump administration, there is unease about the tactic, but immigration hard-liners like Stephen Miller never gave up on it after the idea was dropped early in Mr. Trump’s term.

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