The U.S. vice president promised peace in the country’s newly recognized capital, but his itinerary showed that a deal is far beyond reach.
In November testimony, Fusion GPS’s Glenn Simpson outlined a potential scheme to the House Intelligence Committee, but it hasn’t pursued the line of investigation.
Nearly a century of mistrust of America and an obsession with defeating the Kurds sparked its operation in Afrin.
Their peaceful premises and intricate rule systems are changing the way Americans play—and helping shape an industry in the process.
Insisting on a “better” agreement, and threatening to walk away, is a recipe for no deal at all.
Images of this weekend’s second annual Women's Marches in Washington, New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Seattle, and from other cities in England, Sweden, France, Canada, Germany, Italy, and more.
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5The Disappearing Dealmaker
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