The Post has obtained full transcripts of President Trump’s conversations with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. The documents provide an unfiltered glimpse of Trump’s approach to the diplomatic aspect of his job.
Since 2006, the nation’s largest police departments have fired at least 1,881 officers for misconduct that betrayed the public’s trust, from cheating on overtime to unjustified shootings. But a Washington Post investigation has found that departments have been forced to reinstate more than 450 officers after appeals required by union contracts.
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But Carter will not serve time until she has exhausted her appeals in the landmark case, in which a judge ruled that she caused Conrad Roy III’s death by placing him in a situation that led to his suicide.
Scott Garrett faces bipartisan resistance in the Senate because of his efforts as a lawmaker to dismantle the Export-Import Bank he now seeks to lead. Now he says he will help the institution while pursuing reforms sought by conservatives.
Studio marketers can try to blame box-office flops on snooty critics, bypassing the “fake news” of bad reviews with carpet-bombing ad campaigns. But it’s more likely that audiences simply see dreck for what it is.