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New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Pentagon Chief Makes Unannounced Visit to Afghanistan, and Pelosi Does the Same
Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper and the House speaker arrived as the U.S. considers reviving peace talks with the Taliban.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Why Trump Dropped His Idea to Hold the G7 at His Own Hotel
He knew Democrats would criticize him. When Republicans started doing so, he changed his mind.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

As U.S. Leaves Allies in Syria, Kurdish Commander Struggles With Fallout
Mazlum Kobani, whose Kurdish-led force fought the Islamic State in Syria, fears that a complete United States withdrawal could endanger his people and allow the jihadists to regroup.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Trump Said to Favor Leaving a Few Hundred Troops in Eastern Syria
The president appears to be trying to balance competing impulses: bringing troops home while ensuring that efforts to contain ISIS will continue — and answering withering criticism for his Syria policy.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Justice Department Distances Itself From Giuliani
In an unusual statement, a spokesman said department officials would not have met with President Trump's personal lawyer had they known his associates were under investigation.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Erdogan's Ambitions Go Beyond Syria. He Says He Wants Nuclear Weapons.
A month before invading Kurdish areas in Syria, Turkey's president said he "cannot accept" the West's restrictions that keep him from a bomb.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Thomas D'Alesandro III, Nancy Pelosi's Brother, Dies at 90
He was elected president of the Baltimore City Council in 1963 before serving as mayor from 1967 to 1971.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Estate Taxes Are Easy to Flee, but They Still Help States
New research shows that even if wealthy residents move away, the revenue at death from those who stay outweighs any loss in income taxes.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Says She Will Release a Plan to Finance ‘Medicare for All'
Ms. Warren had been criticized for sidestepping questions about whether she would raise taxes on the middle class to help finance her "Medicare for all" plan.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Mark Esperanto? Trump Misnames His Defense Secretary in Tweet
Even for a president who often lards his online missives with typos, caps-lock abuses and errant exclamation points, Sunday's Twitter missive on Syria contained an outsize number of errors.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Mick Mulvaney Struggles to Explain Comments on Ukraine
The acting White House chief of staff admitted he did not have a "perfect press conference," but said the administration did not tie military aid to investigating Democrats.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Pentagon Chief Makes Unannounced Visit to Afghanistan
Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper arrived as the U.S. considers reviving peace talks with the Taliban.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Pelosi Visits Jordan to Discuss Syria Crisis Amid Shaky Cease-Fire
Speaker Nancy Pelosi led a bipartisan delegation to meet the Jordanian king as an American-brokered truce with Turkey in northern Syria continued to stutter.

New York Times Politics
Oct 20, 2019

Trump Campaign Floods Web With Ads, Raking In Cash as Democrats Struggle
That campaigns are now being fought largely online campaign is hardly a revelation, yet only one political party seems to have gotten the message.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

After Criticism, Trump to Select New Location for G7
White House officials would consider another site, the president said, suggesting Camp David was a possibility.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Proclaiming ‘I Am Back,' Bernie Sanders Accepts Ocasio-Cortez Endorsement
Ms. Ocasio-Cortez hailed Mr. Sanders and his influence on Democratic Party politics at Mr. Sanders's first rally since his heart attack two weeks ago.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Endorses Bernie Sanders at New York Rally
Ms. Ocasio-Cortez hailed Mr. Sanders and praised the Democratic field at Mr. Sanders' first rally since his heart attack two weeks ago.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Endorsed Bernie Sanders. Will That Matter?
Mr. Sanders, in his first rally since his heart attack, appeared with Ms. Ocasio-Cortez in Queens.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Francis Rooney, G.O.P. Lawmaker Who Won't Rule Out Impeachment, Is to Retire
A day earlier, Mr. Rooney became the first House Republican to indicate that he was willing to consider supporting articles of impeachment.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

In a Strong Economy, Why Are So Many Workers on Strike?
A decade into the recovery, workers say they're still dogged by the concessions they made when the economy was weak.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

In Bracing Terms, Trump Invokes War's Human Toll to Defend His Policies
Describing his opposition to foreign interventions, the president has spoken with unusual candor about a sensitive subject.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Trump's Choice to Bring G7 to His Own Resort Would Violate Conflict-of-Interest Law, if He Weren't President
The president is exempt from federal conflict-of-interest laws. But his decision to bring world leaders to his Doral resort in Florida could raise a constitutional issue.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Review of Russia Inquiry Grows as F.B.I. Witnesses Are Questioned
The review, led by the prosecutor John Durham, has focused on former investigators who are frequent targets of President Trump.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

What Happened in the Impeachment Inquiry This Week?
Mick Mulvaney creates a storm. A meeting devolves into insults and finger-pointing. More testimony. And a resignation.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Is Endorsing Bernie Sanders. Will That Matter?
Mr. Sanders, in his first rally since his heart attack, will appear in Queens with Ms. Ocasio-Cortez. Ilhan Omar has also endorsed him.

New York Times Politics
Oct 19, 2019

A Debate, Endorsements and Counting Cash: This Week in the 2020 Race
Here's a rundown of major things that happened in the presidential campaign this week.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Trump's Choice to Bring G7 to His Own Resort Would Be Illegal, if He Weren't President
The president is exempt from federal conflict-of-interest laws. But his decision to bring world leaders to his Doral resort in Florida could raise a constitutional issue.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Defiant Mulvaney Rides Out Storm Over His Ukraine Comments
As he approaches his anniversary in the White House as acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney finds himself in a something of a netherworld.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

State Dept. Inquiry Into Clinton Emails Finds No Deliberate Mishandling of Classified Information
The report appears to bookend a controversy that dogged Ms. Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

As Inquiry Widens, McConnell Is Said to See Impeachment Trial as Inevitable
With an eye toward protecting the Republican majority, Senator Mitch McConnell is preparing a serious review of impeachment articles he sees as unavoidable.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Biden Escalates Attack on Facebook Over False Political Ads
Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s presidential campaign sent Facebook a letter about a false video ad that a super PAC ran on the social network.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Giuliani Mixes His Business With Role as Trump's Lawyer
Amid intensifying scrutiny of his own work, the former New York mayor met recently with senior Justice Department officials on behalf of a client in a foreign bribery case.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

As Inquiry Widens, McConnell Sees Impeachment Trial as Inevitable
With an eye toward protecting the Republican majority, Senator Mitch McConnell is preparing a serious review of impeachment articles he sees as unavoidable.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Pence, Thrown Into Turkey Negotiations, Pleases Few With Erdogan Agreement
By the time Mr. Pence returned to Washington, the cease-fire agreement he negotiated had been roundly denounced as a capitulation to the Turkish president.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

It Might Be Unethical or Even Illegal, but Not if You're the President
The president is exempt from federal conflict-of-interest laws. But his decision to bring world leaders to his Doral resort in Florida could raise a constitutional issue.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Cummings to Lie in State in the Capitol
Representative Elijah Cummings, who died this week, will lie in state in Statuary Hall on Thursday. After a memorial service there will be a public viewing.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

William G. Milliken, Michigan Governor in a Transformative Era, Dies at 97
A moderate Republican and the longest-serving governor in the state's history, he led Michigan, an ailing industrial bastion, as it embraced technology and environmental quality.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Diplomat Told House Investigators He Raised Alarm About Hunter Biden in 2015
A career State Department official told House impeachment investigators that he raised concerns about the vice president's son serving on the board of a Ukrainian company, but was ignored.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Tulsi Gabbard Lashes Back at Hillary Clinton After Claim of Russian Influence
In a podcast interview this week, the former secretary of state suggested that Ms. Gabbard was being "groomed" by Russia to run a third-party presidential campaign.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

New Energy Secretary Fits Trend: Cabinet Dominated by Lobbyists
President Trump said he would "drain the swamp," but with the elevation of a former auto lobbyist to be energy secretary, he is sticking to the trend of filling his cabinet with Washington insiders.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Trump Taps Dan Brouillette to Succeed Rick Perry as Energy Secretary
"Dan's experience in the sector is unparalleled," the president said in announcing that he would nominate Mr. Brouillette, the deputy secretary of energy.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Supreme Court to Rule on Trump's Power to Fire Head of Consumer Bureau
Both sides urged the court to hear the case, which is likely to produce a major decision on executive power.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

In House Antitrust Hearing, Lawmakers Focus on Harms to Privacy
Members of Congress questioned whether the power of Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon could hurt consumer privacy.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Viral Photo Captures Power Dynamic Between Trump and Nancy Pelosi
President Trump tweeted a photograph meant to mock Ms. Pelosi, but it soon went viral as the opposite: an iconic image capturing Washington's most powerful woman standing up to him.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Pete Buttigieg Cuts Ties With Donor Linked to Laquan McDonald Cover-Up
After criticism, Mr. Buttigieg's campaign said it would return donations from a lawyer, Steve Patton, who tried to block the release of a video of the police killing of a black teenager.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

On Day 1,001, Trump Made It Clear: Being ‘Presidential' Is Boring
If he acted "presidential," Mr. Trump said Thursday night in Dallas, "everybody would be out of here so fast."

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Are Democrats Willing to Pay More in Taxes for Medicare for All?
Elizabeth Warren has declined to acknowledge that middle-class taxes would need to go up to pay for a single-payer health care system. How would Democratic voters feel if she did?

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Mattis Mocks Trump's Bone Spurs and Love of Fast Food
At an annual dinner where leaders poke fun at one another, the former defense secretary took jabs at the president's description of him as "overrated."

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

What Is a Quid Pro Quo?
President Trump has denied any quid pro quo in his dealings with Ukraine, but the acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, undercut that denial. Then he backtracked.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

Ocasio-Cortez Will Be Very Tough to Beat. Why Are 11 People Trying?
The first-term congresswoman has attracted a flood of Republican and Democratic challengers. Money is flowing in all directions.

New York Times Politics
Oct 18, 2019

When Brand Trump Met Brand Vuitton
A new workshop in Texas brought the president and the king of luxury together. Is this good or bad for both their brands?

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Trump Compares Turks and Kurds to ‘Two Kids' Fighting
Hours after his vice president and secretary of state brokered a cease-fire, President Trump said he was right to let Turkey attack America's Kurdish allies because it eventually led to a deal.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Mar-a-Lago Again Under Fire for Hosting Group That Promoted Islamophobia
It is the second time in two weeks that the Palm Beach club is facing demands that it cancel an event by a group that has promoted anti-Muslim views.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Perry to Resign as Energy Secretary
Rick Perry, the former governor of Texas who has become enmeshed in the Ukraine scandal, said he would resign as secretary of energy.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

15 Times Trump and His Allies Claimed ‘No Quid Pro Quo'
The president's acting chief of staff on Thursday undercut a popular Republican talking point about Ukraine.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

In ‘Cave-in,' Trump Cease-Fire Cements Turkey's Gains in Syria
The agreement, announced by Vice President Mike Pence, may stop the killing in the Kurdish enclave in northern Syria. But the cost to American influence is expected to be high.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Gordon Sondland, E.U. Envoy, Testifies Trump Delegated Ukraine Policy to Giuliani
Mr. Sondland said in his testimony to House impeachment investigators that he was disappointed the president involved his personal lawyer in diplomacy with Kiev.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Read Mulvaney's Conflicting Statements on Quid Pro Quo
President Trump has claimed his interactions with Ukraine were not an exchange of aid for cooperation. His acting chief of staff may have undercut that — only to backtrack.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Mulvaney Says, Then Denies, That Trump Held Back Ukraine Aid as Quid Pro Quo
At first the acting White House chief of staff undercut the president's denial of a quid pro quo. Late in the day he reversed himself.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Cummings's Death Leaves Void at Helm of Crucial Committee
Democrats named Carolyn B. Maloney of New York to helm the Oversight and Reform Committee, but the chairman's death set off a contest for a permanent successor.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

What's Eating Joe Biden?
He was the above-the-fray front-runner a few months ago. Now he's taking a different tone.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Boeing C.E.O., Already Set for House Hearing, Is Likely to Face Senate, Too
Dennis A. Muilenburg is preparing to face Congress for the first time since the crashes of two 737 Max jets killed 346 people.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Mulvaney Says Trump Held Back Ukraine Aid Pending Investigation of Democrats
Undercutting President Trump's denial of a quid pro quo, the acting White House chief of staff told reporters that military aid was held back in part to prod Ukraine to investigate Democrats.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Mulvaney: Trump Held Back Ukraine Aid Pending Investigation of Democrats
Undercutting President Trump's denial of a quid pro quo, the acting White House chief of staff told reporters that military aid was held back in part to prod Ukraine to investigate Democrats.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Perry Tells Trump He Will Resign as Energy Secretary
Rick Perry, the former governor of Texas who has become enmeshed in the Ukraine scandal, said he would resign as secretary of energy.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Trump Will Host Next G7 Summit at His Doral Resort
"It's almost like they built this facility to host this type of event," the acting White House chief of staff said, dismissing questions over the propriety of the president picking his own hotel.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

‘It's the Only Way to Get Paid': A Struggle for Citgo, Venezuela's U.S. Oil Company
Citgo could become a casualty of the turmoil in Venezuela if the country's national oil company fails to make a bond payment due at the end of the month.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Turkey Agrees to Pause Fighting, but Not to Withdraw Forces From Northern Syria
After talks in Ankara, Vice President Mike Pence said the agreement would ‘‘save lives,'' while Turkey said ‘‘we got what we wanted.''

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Senate Fails to Override Trump's Veto, Keeping Border Emergency in Place
The vote fell short of the two-thirds majority needed to override President Trump's veto, allowing him to continue circumventing Congress to fund the border wall.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Defiant Zuckerberg Says Facebook Won't Police Political Speech
In an address at Georgetown University, the Facebook chief executive called for more free speech — not less — as his company has been assailed for allowing lies and falsehoods to appear.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Elijah Cummings, Powerful Democrat Who Investigated Trump, Dies at 68
A son of sharecroppers, he fought tirelessly for his hometown, Baltimore, and became a key figure in the impeachment investigation of President Trump.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Impeachment Inquiry: Mulvaney Undercuts Trump's Denials of Quid Pro Quo
The acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, told reporters that the U.S. withheld military aid to force Ukraine to investigate corruption, which he said would include scrutinizing Democrats.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Zuckerberg, Inflaming Debate, Asserts Facebook Stands for Free Expression
In an address at Georgetown University, the Facebook chief executive called for more free speech — not less — as his company has been assailed for allowing lies and falsehoods to appear.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Pence Announces Cease-Fire After Turkish Incursion in Syria
Vice President Mike Pence said President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey had agreed to a cease-fire lasting 120 hours in order to allow a Kurdish-led militia to withdraw from the northern border region.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Trump Will Host 2020 G7 Summit at His Doral Resort
The decision to host the economic summit at the Trump National Doral Miami Golf Club is sure to alarm ethics watchdogs and critics of the administration.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Gordon Sondland, E.U. Envoy, Testifies That Trump Delegated Ukraine Policy to Giuliani
Gordon D. Sondland said in his prepared statement to House impeachment investigators that he was disappointed the president involved his personal lawyer in diplomacy with Kiev.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Trump Will Host Next G7 at His Doral Resort
The decision to host the economic summit at the Trump National Doral Miami Golf Club is sure to alarm ethics watchdogs and critics of the administration.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: Latest News
The death of Elijah E. Cummings, one of the leaders of the impeachment inquiry, casts a shadow over the proceedings. But Gordon D. Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union, is still testifying.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Trump Officials Press for a Cease-Fire After Turkish Incursion in Syria
A letter by President Trump last week, warning Mr. Erdogan in blunt terms against the incursion, threatened to make the shuttle diplomacy by Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo more difficult.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Ambassador to E.U. to Testify That Trump Delegated Ukraine Policy to Giuliani
Gordon D. Sondland said in his prepared statement to House impeachment investigators that he was disappointed the president involved his personal lawyer in diplomacy with Kiev.

New York Times Politics
Oct 17, 2019

Elijah E. Cummings, Powerful Democrat Who Investigated Trump, Dies at 68
A son of sharecroppers, he fought tirelessly for his hometown of Baltimore and became a key figure in the impeachment investigation of President Trump.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Matthew Shepard's Parents Assail Trump Administration on Transgender Rights
Their criticisms were read aloud in their absence during a ceremony at the Justice Department.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Inside the Derailed White House Meeting
"I hate ISIS more than you do," President Trump said. "You don't know that," Speaker Nancy Pelosi replied. Here's the rest of their exchange.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Settlement Talks for Bank Followed Pressure on Trump by Turkey's Leader
Before indicting a state-owned Turkish bank, the Justice Department sought to negotiate a deal following calls by Turkey's president to the White House.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Two-Person Race? Moderates, and Bernie Sanders, Say Not So Fast
Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg are vying to become the pragmatic alternative to Joe Biden. Mr. Sanders is trumpeting endorsements to compete with Elizabeth Warren.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Court Blocks Trump's Plan to Ease Bird Protections on Oil Lands
A federal judge has blocked the Trump administration's plans to ease protections on an iconic western bird's habitat -- and open it to oil and gas exploration.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Gordon Sondland Elbowed His Way Into Ukraine Policy. It Could Cost Him.
Mr. Sondland was to tell impeachment investigators that President Trump placed a condition on any meeting with Ukraine's president — the opening of an investigation that could benefit Mr. Trump.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Someone Had a ‘Meltdown' at the White House. Pelosi and Trump Just Disagree on Who.
A meeting intended to brief congressional leaders at the White House about the president's Syria policy quickly devolved into name-calling and a dispute over which insults were used.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: What Happened Today
Another official spoke with investigators, and Congress settled in before a big day of testimony.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Fact-Checking Trump on Syria, Erdogan and the Kurds
The president wrongly claimed that a violent Kurdish separatist group was "more of a terrorist threat" than ISIS, among other inaccurate claims.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

In Bipartisan Rebuke, House Majority Condemns Trump for Syria Withdrawal
The move was an overwhelming condemnation of the president's decision to pull back American troops inside Syria.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

In Democratic Fund-Raising, Joe Biden Falls Far Behind
In the past three months, Mr. Biden spent more on his campaign than he raised. He begins an aggressive phase of the primary race with far less cash on hand than top rivals.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Peter Navarro Invented an Expert for His Books, Based on Himself
President Trump's trade adviser frequently cited Ron Vara, a fictional source who was a critic of China, in his writings.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Chelsea Clinton Says She Won't Run for Congress in 2020
In her first public comments since Representative Nita Lowey announced her retirement, Ms. Clinton said she was not considering running to replace her.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Trump Administration Delays Cuts to Food Stamps and School Meals
Under fire for rule changes that could cut millions off food assistance, the Trump administration is extending the comment period on food-stamp changes.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Trump Lashes Out on Syria as Republicans Rebuke Him in House Vote
President Trump again defends his decision to withdraw American troops, an order that many, including Republicans, have interpreted as acquiescing to Turkey's incursion against a United States ally.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

8.3 Million Watched Ohio Democratic Debate on Television
Tuesday's event drew an audience significantly smaller than the one for last month's candidate forum in Houston.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Despite Their Promises, Giant Energy Companies Burn Away Vast Amounts of Natural Gas
Exxon, Marathon, BP and others are flaring natural gas, a wasteful practice with consequences in the fight against climate change, at a record pace.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Matthew Shepard's Parents Assail Trump Administration on Gay Rights
Their criticisms were read aloud in their absence during a ceremony at the Justice Department.

New York Times Politics
Oct 16, 2019

Energy Companies Burn Off Vast Amounts of Natural Gas. That's Bad for the Climate.
Exxon, Marathon, BP and others are flaring natural gas, a wasteful practice with consequences in the fight against climate change, at a record pace.

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