After 40 years of scorched-earth politics and bowing to special interests, will Mitch McConnell finally pay the price? Bob Moser, provided by Published 3:00 am PDT, Tuesday, September 17, 2019 Photo: Illustration By Victor Juhasz For Rolling Stone Photo: Illustration By Victor Juhasz For Rolling Stone Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Illustration By Victor Juhasz For Rolling Stone Mitch McConnell: The Man Who Sold America 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Hear an audio version of this story below: Fittingly enough, it was hot as blazes in Kentucky when Mitch McConnell slunk back home for Congress’ annual summer recess. One week earlier, Robert Mueller had testified … [Read more...] about Mitch McConnell: The Man Who Sold America
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Editors USA TODAY Published 11:55 AM EST Dec 22, 2018 In 2018, the eyes of the nation were again fixed on President Donald Trump, whose second year in office was no less remarkable than his first. It was a year that saw the president open up trade wars, meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, spar with the press and defend hush money payments to women he allegedly had affairs with, all while new revelations and indictments poured out of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election meddling. Policies and politics divided us. We found ourselves embroiled in a fierce immigration debate. Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh ascended to the high court despite sexual assault allegations from Christine Blasey Ford. Nature humbled us. California burned as the Camp Fire became the most destructive in state history. Hurricane winds and floods battered the Carolinas. But other stories made us proud. Team USA brought home 23 Olympic … [Read more...] about 2018 news year in review: Stories across United States that moved us
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Africa | In Gupta Brothers’ Rise and Fall, the Tale of a Sullied A.N.C. An Indian family rose to the heights of power and fortune in South Africa with the help of eager officials in the legendary party of Nelson Mandela. The Shivadham Temple in Saharanpur, India, where construction was halted because of investigations into the Gupta family, which financed it. Credit Credit Saumya Khandelwal for The New York Times Supported by ByNorimitsu Onishi and Selam Gebrekidan Dec. 22, 2018 SAHARANPUR, India — India’s most influential guru joined thousands of believers four years ago as the temple’s first stone was set in the ground. It was a glorious day for its builders, the Gupta brothers, the sons of a local shopkeeper who had risen, almost magically, to become one of the richest families a world away in South Africa. The three … [Read more...] about In Gupta Brothers’ Rise and Fall, the Tale of a Sullied A.N.C.
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