President Trump announced on Twitter on Wednesday that he will ban transgender people from serving in the military in any capacity, an abrupt reversal of an Obama administration decision to allow them to serve openly and a potential end to the careers of thousands of active duty troops. Military that began with the repeal of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy in 2010. And the nature of the announcement left Republicans and Democrats in Congress concerned about the seeming broad scope of Trump’s order.
It only struck me on that third day that there was no advertising anywhere. The billboards had party slogans or quotes from Fidel or Che. (At the top of one particularly punishing hill a sign saying, siempre se puede mas You can always do more was galling.) The graffiti, instead of being counter culture, was about the revolution: CUBA LIBRE, VIVA FIDEL..
I don’t suppose many people care that we’re moving offices, but it’s a big deal around here. The Post has been at 1150 15th Street NW since the early 1970s. [Insert obligatory reference to Watergate coverage.] Not only are we moving out, but they’re tearing down the building.
Yep! I did the whole of Vietnam actually on a scooter believe it or not and I don’t think you got hotter/more humid than that. I couldn’t care less about the hot birds (travelling with my girlfriend), it’s just more about the experience of being able to ride something that I wouldn’t get a chance to ride for the same price at home. He and some fellow Indonesian legislators, including Fadli Zon, then had a half hour business meeting with Donald Trump and joined one of his campaign rallies at Trump Tower in New York.
On Monday, Adobe Systems Inc. Said it was investigating reports that criminals were attacking Internet users via a previously unknown security flaw in its Adobe Reader and Acrobat software. Experts warned that the flaw could be used to foist software on unsuspecting users who visit a hacked or booby trapped Web site.
People are angry about what’s happened. People are angry about the jobs. If you look at Louisiana, they’re really in deep trouble. Given the origins of the role under Dwight D. Eisenhower, does a military background make one more likely to be a successful chief of staff? Chris Whipple spent five years interviewing 17 former White House chiefs of staff for his book about the history of the position (“”): “I’ve spoken to a few former White House chiefs who have not heard from him, interestingly, which is not a good sign,” he told Amy B Wang. “Most incoming White House chiefs would be working the phones to their predecessors and it doesn’t sound like he’s doing that.