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Sanford’s fatal sin: Crossing Donald Trump

In the end, it wasn’t the Appalachian Trail that brought down Mark Sanford. It was President Donald Trump. The South Carolina congressman’s stunning defeat in Tuesday’s Republican primary effectively ended the turbulent two-decade career of a political icon who once harbored presidential aspirations. Story Continued Below From his time as a congressman in the 1990s, to his eight-year governorship, to ...

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Jeep Grand Cherokee, Ford Explorer flunk passenger-side crash test

Two of the most popular crossover SUVs for families don’t provide nearly the same protection for front-seat passengers as they do for drivers, the IIHS said Tuesday. In its demanding passenger-side small-overlap crash test, the IIHS bestowed “Poor” ratings on the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2018 Ford Explorer. By comparison, the two crossover SUVs earned “Marginal” ratings when the ...

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White House says North Korea talks have ‘moved more quickly than expected’

But the statement also indicates that Trump is not allowing for a second day of talks with Kim in Singapore. By LOUIS NELSON and ELIANA JOHNSON 06/11/2018 06:39 AM EDT Updated 06/11/2018 09:11 AM EDT 2018-06-11T09:11-0400 SINGAPORE — The White House said Monday that discussions between the U.S. and North Korea “have moved more quickly than expected,” while apparently removing ...

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Trump clashes with friends while flirting with foes

President Donald Trump is confounding foreign policy norms by turning his back on some of America’s closest friends — even as he reaches out to longtime U.S. rivals. Trump arrived at the G-7 summit in Canada on Friday as an outcast among close U.S. allies exasperated over his recent foreign policy moves, from exiting the Iran nuclear deal to slapping ...

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