The White House said national security adviser John Bolton extended the invitation and “discussions are already underway.” But Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats was clearly surprised when he was told about the news.
The effort is designed to foil covert operations such as the one Russia undertook in 2016 to disrupt the presidential election.
Brett M. Kavanaugh’s opinion in a 2011 case and other decisions indicate the federal judge may be skeptical of restrictions on money in politics.
President Trump escalated his rhetoric in a trade war that has rattled both nations during an interview with CNBC. “I’m ready to go to 500,” Trump said, referring to $505.5 billion of Chinese imports to the United States last year.
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Speakers — including Department of Homeland Security Undersecretary Christopher Krebs — will discuss the most pressing issues and talk about how technologies such as artificial intelligence will affect the cyber landscape.
Democratic Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo says the investigation is separate from a long-running probe initiated by the state attorney general targeting the president and his children.
In his campaign for governor, former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett is being helped by voters who have changed their views on some tax hikes. “The whole city has been transformed,” said one resident, who lauded the public projects paid for by taxpayers.
Stewart said in a statement that “the fake news media will stop at nothing to destroy Republicans.” A spokeswoman for the Times said a houseguest answered the door and the journalist left a note without entering the premises.
The case involving a football coach is the first time Jews have been treated as racially protected in the workplace, legal experts said.
A company based in Seoul released submarine footage of what its analysts believe could be the shipwreck of the Dmitrii Donskoi, a Russian cruiser that vanished 113 years ago during the Russo-Japanese war.
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