On a steamy Sunday last July, at about half-past noon, a caravan of unmarked SUVs exited the FBI’s Washington, D.C., field office, an eight-story concrete building that exudes all the charm of a supermax prison. The cars moved swiftly across the city; speed was critical.
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“We were never going find a contract signed in blood saying, ‘Hey Vlad, we’re going to collude,'” one Democratic aide said.
President Trump may not be so hot on the tentative border funding deal to avoid another government shutdown, but many of his top Senate allies seem ready to embrace it.
If anyone deserves credit for turning China into a nation of coffee drinkers, it’s Howard Schultz, the founder of Starbucks and a prospective independent candidate for president of the United States.
A team of arborists has successfully cloned and grown saplings from the stumps of some of the world’s oldest and largest coast redwoods, some of which were 3,000 years old and measured 35 feet in diameter when they were cut down in the 19th and 20th centuries.