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Ms. Crowley, who had been selected to serve in a post on President-elect Donald J. Trump’s National Security Council, had been dogged by allegations of plagiarism in recent weeks.
The government of Oman said that it had resettled the men, who were on a list of those approved for transfer, many after about 15 years of detention without trial.
The plan was announced after a weekend of escalating tensions between the president-elect and Representative John Lewis, who fought for civil rights alongside King.
The globalized trade in vehicles, in which Detroit owns European brands and German cars come from Alabama, could make it hard to raise barriers.
Michiko Kakutani, our chief book critic, met with Mr. Obama to discuss the books and writers that have influenced his life and presidency.
The president-elect said he was nearly ready to unveil his proposal, though he offered no details about how it would work or how much it would cost.
Donald J. Trump’s pick for labor secretary may soon be tasked with enforcing the very rules his company has been accused of violating.
The president has focused on getting criminal offenders out of jail early and trying to give them the skills to stay out, but the new administration has a law-and-order cast.
Many blacks say the president-elect’s criticism of the civil rights leader shows a lack of understanding of the reverence with which they view the civil rights movement.
Planners say they have raised more than $100 million, nearly double the record for an inauguration, much of it coming in large checks from corporations and wealthy people.
Although the manufacturing of public cynicism tends to be associated with Russia, it is a common feature and tool of authoritarian nations.
The White House press corps was stunned by reports of a proposal by the Trump administration to eject reporters from their home in the West Wing.
Mr. Maher, who has tested the limits of political criticism, is among many in Hollywood who fear that the president-elect’s critics will be targeted.
President-elect Donald J. Trump has always been hooked on recognition. More than ever, tweeting has given him a fitting outlet.
Like reality-TV fans and some Donald J. Trump supporters, today’s novel readers may recognize the artifice before them but form a bond of “shared culpability.”
Skedaddle, which has an app that lets an individual create or join a trip on a chartered bus, will transport about 11,000 people to the march.
Producing the slogan turned out to be far easier for Republicans than producing an actual replacement for President Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
In the last days of his presidency, he has taken action on police overhauls, Cuba, NATO and new national monuments.
“If you try to go tweet-to-tweet with him, more often than not you’re not going to succeed,” said a candidate to lead the Democratic National Committee at a forum.
The singer said she had been influenced by an article about how her planned appearance was heartbreaking to her gay fans.