The world faces the largest humanitarian crisis since the end of the second world war with more than 20 million people in four countries facing starvation and famine, a senior United Nations official has warned.

According to Politico, a Trump confidante says that the man in the Oval Office ? or more often at Mar-a-Lago ? is ?tired of everyone thinking his presidency is screwed up.? Pro tip: The best way to combat perceptions that you?re screwing up is, you know, to stop screwing up.

Washington usually cloaks its most critical defense programs in secrecy. But in the case of using cyberstrikes, electronic warfare and other exotic forms of sabotage to redefine antimissile defense for the United States, many high-ranking officials and officers have been talking openly, often to persuade Congress to fund the secretive efforts.

Denise Leon is a native of Mexico who lives in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. Her husband is overseas, serving in the U.S. military in a remote location.

“I have a question in my mind,” Sunayana Dumala said after her husband, an Indian engineer, was shot dead last week in a Kansas bar. “Do we belong?”

When President Trump signed his executive order making several high-profile changes to the treatment of refugees, it launched our country into an important debate about our national security and national character. Throughout my 26-year Navy career and especially as commander of the USS Cole, I saw the stakes of this debate up close. Now that the executive order is on hold, our country would be well-served by reflecting on the principles that guide our effort to protect both our citizens and individuals who need and deserve refuge in our country.

The first war that President Trump has declared is a war against the news media.

After President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress vowed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, millions of Americans have been left wondering about the future of their health care. We asked readers to tell us how they would be affected if the law were repealed. These are some of their stories, condensed and edited for clarity.

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