Seung Min Kim The Washington Post


'Seung Min Kim The Washington Post' - 13 News Result(s)

  • "No Choice But To Act": US House Speaker On Move To Impeach Donald Trump

    "No Choice But To Act": US House Speaker On Move To Impeach Donald Trump

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Thursday that Democrats will begin drafting articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, setting up a constitutional clash that Trump now says he embraces and is eager to frame on his terms when it moves to an expected Senate trial next month.

  • "Great Day For Civilization": Trump As Turkey Agrees To Syria Ceasefire

    "Great Day For Civilization": Trump As Turkey Agrees To Syria Ceasefire

    Turkey agreed Thursday to a cease-fire that would suspend its march into Syria and temporarily halt a week of vicious fighting with Kurdish forces, while allowing President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government to carve out a long-coveted buffer zone far beyond his nation's borders.

  • "Future" Not For "Globalists", It "Belongs To Patriots": Trump At UN

    "Future" Not For "Globalists", It "Belongs To Patriots": Trump At UN

    President Donald Trump delivered one of his harshest critiques of globalism here on Tuesday at the U.N. General Assembly, promoting the "America First" ethos that has defined his presidency on issues of defense, trade and immigration before a body built on international cooperation.

  • "I Am Sorry," Says Trump Nominee Neomi Rao For College Writings On Rape

    "I Am Sorry," Says Trump Nominee Neomi Rao For College Writings On Rape

    Neomi Rao, President Donald Trump's nominee to replace Brett Kavanaugh on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, apologized Monday for her controversial writings from college about date-rape victims, which had come under scrutiny from at least one GOP senator.

  • Trump Prepares 2 Versions Of State Of Union Speech Amid Shutdown Tensions

    Trump Prepares 2 Versions Of State Of Union Speech Amid Shutdown Tensions

    The White House is forging ahead with State of the Union preparations despite no commitment from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to hold the annual address at the Capitol, further escalating the political tit-for-tat between the two leaders as the federal government remains partially shuttered.

  • Trump Considering "Steel Barrier" Instead Of Solid Mexico Border Wall

    Trump Considering "Steel Barrier" Instead Of Solid Mexico Border Wall

    After pledging for years to construct a solid wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to combat illegal immigration, President Donald Trump appears to be backing away from that promise.

  • "It's Christmas": Workers Hit By US Shutdown Worry About Paying Bills

    "It's Christmas": Workers Hit By US Shutdown Worry About Paying Bills

    The latest version of a malfunctioning Washington convinced NASA aerospace engineer Edward Amatucci to break a beloved household rite: Over the weekend, after the partial government shutdown went into effect, the 54-year-old furloughed telescope specialist brought down the American flag that normally flies outside his Maryland home.

  • Brett Kavanaugh Sworn In As US Supreme Court Justice

    Brett Kavanaugh Sworn In As US Supreme Court Justice

    The Senate voted to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court's 114th justice on Saturday by one of the narrowest margins in the institution's history, as police stood guard and protesters' shouts of "shame, shame" echoed through the Senate chamber.

  • FBI Contacts Second Woman Who Has Accused Kavanaugh Of Sexual Misconduct

    FBI Contacts Second Woman Who Has Accused Kavanaugh Of Sexual Misconduct

    The FBI has begun contacting people as part of an additional background investigation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, including a second woman who alleges that the Supreme Court nominee sexually assaulted her.

  • Trump Hands Putin A Diplomatic Triumph, Casts Doubt On US Intelligence

    Trump Hands Putin A Diplomatic Triumph, Casts Doubt On US Intelligence

    President Donald Trump handed Russian President Vladimir Putin an unalloyed diplomatic triumph during their summit here Monday as he refused to support the collective conclusion of U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia had interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

  • Trump Falsely Accuses Newspaper Of Creating Source Supplied By White House

    Trump Falsely Accuses Newspaper Of Creating Source Supplied By White House

    President Donald Trump on Saturday falsely accused the New York Times of using an unnamed source "who doesn't exist" in a story on negotiations between the United States and North Korea, but the official cited spoke to reporters Thursday in a briefing arranged by the White House.

  • "They're Not Innocent": Trump Warns Against Admitting Unaccompanied Migrant Children

    "They're Not Innocent": Trump Warns Against Admitting Unaccompanied Migrant Children

    President Donald Trump and his top administration officials repeatedly warned Wednesday that unaccompanied migrant children arriving at the southern border are potentially exposing the nation to eventual gang crime.

  • Gina Haspel Sworn In As First Woman CIA Director Despite Torture Claims

    Gina Haspel Sworn In As First Woman CIA Director Despite Torture Claims

    The Senate voted Thursday to confirm Gina Haspel as the next CIA director after several Democrats were persuaded to support her despite lingering concerns about the role she played in the brutal interrogation of suspected terrorists captured after 9/11.

'Seung Min Kim The Washington Post' - 13 News Result(s)

  • "No Choice But To Act": US House Speaker On Move To Impeach Donald Trump

    "No Choice But To Act": US House Speaker On Move To Impeach Donald Trump

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced Thursday that Democrats will begin drafting articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, setting up a constitutional clash that Trump now says he embraces and is eager to frame on his terms when it moves to an expected Senate trial next month.

  • "Great Day For Civilization": Trump As Turkey Agrees To Syria Ceasefire

    "Great Day For Civilization": Trump As Turkey Agrees To Syria Ceasefire

    Turkey agreed Thursday to a cease-fire that would suspend its march into Syria and temporarily halt a week of vicious fighting with Kurdish forces, while allowing President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government to carve out a long-coveted buffer zone far beyond his nation's borders.

  • "Future" Not For "Globalists", It "Belongs To Patriots": Trump At UN

    "Future" Not For "Globalists", It "Belongs To Patriots": Trump At UN

    President Donald Trump delivered one of his harshest critiques of globalism here on Tuesday at the U.N. General Assembly, promoting the "America First" ethos that has defined his presidency on issues of defense, trade and immigration before a body built on international cooperation.

  • "I Am Sorry," Says Trump Nominee Neomi Rao For College Writings On Rape

    "I Am Sorry," Says Trump Nominee Neomi Rao For College Writings On Rape

    Neomi Rao, President Donald Trump's nominee to replace Brett Kavanaugh on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, apologized Monday for her controversial writings from college about date-rape victims, which had come under scrutiny from at least one GOP senator.

  • Trump Prepares 2 Versions Of State Of Union Speech Amid Shutdown Tensions

    Trump Prepares 2 Versions Of State Of Union Speech Amid Shutdown Tensions

    The White House is forging ahead with State of the Union preparations despite no commitment from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to hold the annual address at the Capitol, further escalating the political tit-for-tat between the two leaders as the federal government remains partially shuttered.

  • Trump Considering "Steel Barrier" Instead Of Solid Mexico Border Wall

    Trump Considering "Steel Barrier" Instead Of Solid Mexico Border Wall

    After pledging for years to construct a solid wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to combat illegal immigration, President Donald Trump appears to be backing away from that promise.

  • "It's Christmas": Workers Hit By US Shutdown Worry About Paying Bills

    "It's Christmas": Workers Hit By US Shutdown Worry About Paying Bills

    The latest version of a malfunctioning Washington convinced NASA aerospace engineer Edward Amatucci to break a beloved household rite: Over the weekend, after the partial government shutdown went into effect, the 54-year-old furloughed telescope specialist brought down the American flag that normally flies outside his Maryland home.

  • Brett Kavanaugh Sworn In As US Supreme Court Justice

    Brett Kavanaugh Sworn In As US Supreme Court Justice

    The Senate voted to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court's 114th justice on Saturday by one of the narrowest margins in the institution's history, as police stood guard and protesters' shouts of "shame, shame" echoed through the Senate chamber.

  • FBI Contacts Second Woman Who Has Accused Kavanaugh Of Sexual Misconduct

    FBI Contacts Second Woman Who Has Accused Kavanaugh Of Sexual Misconduct

    The FBI has begun contacting people as part of an additional background investigation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, including a second woman who alleges that the Supreme Court nominee sexually assaulted her.

  • Trump Hands Putin A Diplomatic Triumph, Casts Doubt On US Intelligence

    Trump Hands Putin A Diplomatic Triumph, Casts Doubt On US Intelligence

    President Donald Trump handed Russian President Vladimir Putin an unalloyed diplomatic triumph during their summit here Monday as he refused to support the collective conclusion of U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia had interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

  • Trump Falsely Accuses Newspaper Of Creating Source Supplied By White House

    Trump Falsely Accuses Newspaper Of Creating Source Supplied By White House

    President Donald Trump on Saturday falsely accused the New York Times of using an unnamed source "who doesn't exist" in a story on negotiations between the United States and North Korea, but the official cited spoke to reporters Thursday in a briefing arranged by the White House.

  • "They're Not Innocent": Trump Warns Against Admitting Unaccompanied Migrant Children

    "They're Not Innocent": Trump Warns Against Admitting Unaccompanied Migrant Children

    President Donald Trump and his top administration officials repeatedly warned Wednesday that unaccompanied migrant children arriving at the southern border are potentially exposing the nation to eventual gang crime.

  • Gina Haspel Sworn In As First Woman CIA Director Despite Torture Claims

    Gina Haspel Sworn In As First Woman CIA Director Despite Torture Claims

    The Senate voted Thursday to confirm Gina Haspel as the next CIA director after several Democrats were persuaded to support her despite lingering concerns about the role she played in the brutal interrogation of suspected terrorists captured after 9/11.

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