The source disputed by President Trump was in fact a senior administration official speaking to a large group of reporters in the White House briefing room.
The president’s allies say he has every right to manage the executive branch and every reason to be outraged at possible misconduct aimed at his campaign. Critics say he is wreaking untold damage on institutions that form the bulwark of a democratic society.
After leaving NASA, Mr. Bean, a former Navy test pilot, became a full-time artist, creating images of space exploration.
Senior Senate authors of a long-stalled but much more comprehensive package say that a bill passed by the House falls short because it doesn’t address federal sentencing laws.
The party and allied groups are spending more than $4 million on a handful of chaotic congressional races that are critical to Democrats’ strategy to win the House in November.
The meeting with President Moon Jae-in of South Korea on the northern side of the Demilitarized Zone was unexpected.
The decision followed a call from students, faculty and alumni for his resignation.
Results of two exit polls released Friday night showed voters had favored repeal by a wide margin.
When President Trump canceled their meeting, Kim Jong-un’s attempt to ease sanctions and rebuild the North Korean economy was thrown into doubt.
Women who had accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment, assault and abuse swung between hope and disbelief, watching a day they thought would never come.