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The English star's stunning free kick holds up as lone score in 1-0 win over Toronto that puts D.C. on cusp of a once-unfathomable postseason spot.
The team has struggled to build a fan base since moving from San Diego last year, and its revenue goal from a new stadium set to open in 2020 was reportedly revised downward sharply.
Americans cite skepticism and disillusionment as reasons for declining to cast ballots.
Japan has recorded a trade surplus for September of $1.2 billion, but exports fell 1.2 percent from the previous year, marking the first decline since 2016, after several natural disasters
McGahn, who is replaced by veteran Washington lawyer Pat Cipollone, said goodbye to President Trump on Wednesday, sources said.
Mounting evidence points to Mohammed bin Salman’s involvement in the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.
The party seizes on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s comments about changing entitlement programs.
Vietnam has freed a well-known blogger, “Mother Mushroom,” after two years in prison on the condition that she leave for the United States
India’s junior external affairs minister resigns after 20 women accused him of sexually harassing them during his previous media career; he says he will challenge ‘false allegations’ against him
Less than two months before Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto leaves office, his administration is seeking to shield itself from a corruption investigation that has the potential to sweep up federal officials
Film release for “Air Strike,” featuring Fan Bingbing and Bruce Willis, has been canceled after the Chinese actress was ensnared in tax evasion case
A dissident activist and friend of Jamal Khashoggi showed how Saudi agents tracked him down and tried to coerce him into returning.
Turkish crime-scene investigators have entered the residence of the Saudi consul general in Istanbul to search for evidence in the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi
South Korean president says at end of Vatican Mass he’s certain peace will come to Korean Peninsula
The Washington Post has published a new column by Jamal Khashoggi in which he warns that governments in the Middle East “have been given free rein to continue silencing the media at an increasing rate.”
A front that passed today brought cold-air reinforcements.
Bucky Harris of the 1924 Washington Senators sought to gain an advantage on the powerful New York Giants by making them think they were going to face a certain pitcher for much longer than how it played out. It worked for Harris.
The Himalayan nation is voting for a new government for the third time in its history.
The president has repeatedly emphasized oil, arms sales and the dissident journalist’s Saudi citizenship as reasons for moving slowly on his disappearance and suspected death.