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Trump talks tough on North Korea, says Kim 'gotta behave'
Washington Post
PANMUNJOM, South Korea — The White House displayed a tough and unyielding approach to North Korea and its nuclear ambitions Monday, with President Donald Trump warning that Kim Jong Un has “gotta behave” and Vice President Mike Pence sternly ...

Washington Post
Hearing first arguments as member of the Supreme Court, Gorsuch jumps right in
Washington Post
New Justice Neil M. Gorsuch was an active, aggressive and somewhat long-winded questioner in his debut Monday at the Supreme Court, making his presence known during a series of complicated cases about legal procedures. Gorsuch waited barely 10 ...

New York Times
A Murder Posted on Facebook Prompts Outrage and Questions Over Responsibility
New York Times
The social network is facing criticism for a posting of a killing, but it is not the first struggle the company has had over content. By NEETI UPADHYE on Publish Date April 17, 2017. . Watch in Times Video ». embed. SAN FRANCISCO — On Easter, Steve ...

Washington Post
Arkansas Supreme Court blocks planned executions, prompting state challenge
Washington Post
On the eve of what Arkansas officials hoped would be the state's first executions in more than a decade, they faced off with death-row inmates in multiple legal battles over whether some or any of the lethal injections would take place as scheduled. At ...

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21000 people and 18000 eggs: The Trump White House holds its first Easter Egg Roll
Washington Post
Some 21,000 people were invited to attend the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, one of the year's largest events held at the mansion and one that attracted additional attention this year after the newest occupants of the most famous house ...

Washington Post
Trump's no populist. He's a swamp monster.
Washington Post
Last year, Mark Meckler, one of the founders of the tea party movement, had concerns about Donald Trump but gave the Republican nominee the benefit of the doubt, because Trump “at least says he's going to attack” the crony-capitalist system. Now the ...

Washington Post
After a series of flip-flops, Trump prepares to deliver on a key campaign pledge
Washington Post
President Trump plans to sign an executive order in Wisconsin on Tuesday that the White House says will make it harder for tech companies to replace American workers with cheaper foreign labor, and will strengthen rules barring foreign contractors from ...

New York Times
Turkey Vote Could Mean the End of a Courtship to Join the EU
New York Times
Opponents of a proposal to give President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey broader powers gathered in Istanbul on Monday to protest the plan's approval in a referendum. Credit Bulent Kilic/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. BERLIN — The long ...

Washington Post
One crew member dead, two injured in Black Hawk helicopter crash in Maryland
Washington Post
LEONARDTOWN, Md. — One crew member was killed and two others were injured when a U.S. Army Black Hawk military helicopter crashed Monday afternoon on a golf course in St. Mary's County in Southern Maryland, according to military officials.

Washington Post
Georgia House race stokes GOP identity crisis — and opportunity for Democrats
Washington Post
CHAMBLEE, Ga. — Republicans had hoped Tuesday's special election in Georgia's wealthy and sleepy 6th Congressional District would be just like every other House race here since 1978: the mostly painless elevation of a rock-ribbed and polished ...

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