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New York Times Politics
Feb 22, 2019

Kamala Harris Says She's Disappointed at Turn in Jussie Smollett Case
Senators Harris and Cory Booker had both called the assault a "modern day lynching," comments that Republicans are now criticizing them for.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

White House Says 200 Troops Will Stay in Syria, Retreating From a Full Withdrawal
The move was a concession to allies and Pentagon officials who have argued that a complete American withdrawal risks returning key areas in Syria to the Islamic State.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Peace Treaty, and Peace Prize, for North Korea Appear to Tempt Trump
As President Trump meets again with Kim Jong-un, North Korea's leader, his role as a peacemaker is clearly weighing heavily on his mind.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Roger Stone Placed Under Gag Order Over Instagram Post
Mr. Stone, who had posted a photo of a federal judge that included cross hairs, was ordered by the same judge to stop making public comments about his case.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Roger Stone Placed Under Gag Order by Federal Judge Over Instagram Post
Mr. Stone, a Republican operative who is under indictment in the special counsel's investigation, had posted a picture on Instagram of the judge with cross hairs in the corner.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

On Politics With Lisa Lerer: A Chat With Dan Crenshaw
Representative Dan Crenshaw, a former Navy SEAL with no prior experience in elected office, has emerged as one of the stars of the new Republican class.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Trump Administration, Getting Set for a Major Rollback, Ends Clean Air Talks With California
The administration said it had decided to scrap negotiations over the president's plan to undo Obama-era fuel efficiency standards.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

critic's pick: A Victory for the Civil War ‘Cyclorama'
A colossal painting, once claimed to depict a Confederate victory, has carried an evolving meaning. Now, a spectacular restoration at the Atlanta History Center unravels its complex tale.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Roger Stone Placed Under Gag Order by Federal Judge
Mr. Stone, a Republican operative who is under indictment in the special counsel's investigation, had posted a picture on Instagram of the judge with cross hairs in the corner.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

A Times Square Billboard Hits Ocasio-Cortez on Amazon. She Hits Back.
A billboard blamed Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Amazon's decision to exit New York; she blamed wealthy right-wing types for the ad.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

2020 Democrats Embrace Race-Conscious Policies, Including Reparations
The party has seen a shift toward idealistic and morally driven policies, particularly on the subjects of race and inequality.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Fact Check of the Day: Trump Claims His Wall Is Being Built. It's Just a Replacement of Old Barriers.
The president showcased a video of construction on Twitter, but the work he highlighted was from funds previously allocated to replace damaged fencing.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Mueller Report Expected to Go to Justice Department Within Weeks
The new attorney general, William Barr, is preparing to receive a report on the special counsel's investigation. He will then have to decide how much of it to make public.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Democrats and Republicans Split on Green New Deal
The Green New Deal was introduced as a sweeping bill to drastically reduce emissions over the next 10 years, but there is disagreement over how viable the plan is.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

How Politicians Are Reacting to a Green New Deal
The Green New Deal was introduced as a sweeping resolution to drastically reduce emissions over the next 10 years, but there is disagreement over how viable the plan is.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

White House Climate Panel to Include a Climate Denialist
The Pentagon and federal intelligence agencies have said that climate change is a threat. Now, the White House is planning a panel to study whether that is true.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

A Green New Deal is Technologically Possible. Its Political Prospects Are Another Question.
The technology is feasible for a Green New Deal, though experts doubt its goals could be accomplished as quickly as advocates hope. Finding money and political will is a bigger challenge.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Nine Key Questions About the Green New Deal
If you've heard a lot recently about the Green New Deal but still aren't quite sure what it is, we're here to help.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

With 2020 in Sight, de Blasio Turns Against Amazon
The mayor went from Amazon booster to critic when the company scuttled plans for a Queens campus; the shift may please progressives if he runs for president.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

With 2020 in Sight, de Blasio Turns Left After Amazon's Exit
The mayor went from Amazon booster to critic when the company scuttled plans for a Queens campus; the shift may please progressives if he runs for president.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

Hillary Clinton Lost. The Play Won.
Lucas Hnath wrote "Hillary and Clinton" as the Democratic nomination slipped away from Mrs. Clinton. The 2016 election made it newly relevant.

New York Times Politics
Feb 21, 2019

On Politics: A Climate Denialist on Trump's Climate Change Panel
William Happer, a physicist serving as the president's deputy assistant for emerging technologies, has said that carbon dioxide is beneficial to humanity.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Michael Cohen Agrees to Testify Next Week, Setting Stage for a High-Stakes Hearing
The hearing before Congress will give Mr. Cohen, once one of President Trump's most loyal aides, a rare public platform to explain his work for the president.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

White House Memo: Trump Cultivates a Kindred Spirit From a Continent He Often Antagonizes
President Trump hosted Chancellor Sebastian Kurz of Austria on Wednesday at the White House. They have a shared appeal to nationalism and determination to crack down on immigration.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

CNN Is Criticized for Hiring Trump Administration Aide as a Political Editor
Sarah Isgur Flores, a Republican spokeswoman who worked for Jeff Sessions at the Justice Department, is making the leap to a news role with the network.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Supreme Court Limits Police Powers to Seize Private Property
Civil forfeiture laws, a popular way to raise revenue, have been the subject of criticism across the political spectrum.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Trump Attacks The Times, in a Week of Unease for the American Press
President Trump did not cite a specific article in his Twitter post, but it came a day after a Times report describing his attempts to undermine investigations around him.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

On Washington: G.O.P. Ready to ‘Nuke' Senate Democrats Again Over Nominee Delays
For the third time in six years, a Senate majority is preparing to force through a change in rules covering confirmations, without a single vote from the minority.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Jeffrey Hart, Influential and Iconoclastic Conservative, Is Dead at 88
He was an author, Republican speechwriter, National Review polemicist, Dartmouth Review provocateur and, to many, an antiwar apostate when he defected to Obama.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Jeffrey Hart, Influential and Iconoclastic Conservative, Dies at 88
He was an author, Republican speechwriter, National Review polemicist, Dartmouth Review provocateur and, to many, an antiwar apostate when he defected to Obama.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Supreme Court Puts Limits on Police Power to Seize Private Property
Civil forfeiture laws, a popular way to raise revenue, have been the subject of criticism across the political spectrum.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

White House Panel Will Study Whether Climate Change Is a National Security Threat. It Includes a Climate Denialist.
The Pentagon and federal intelligence agencies have said that climate change is a threat. Now, the White House is planning a panel to study whether or not that is true.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Trump Escalates Attacks on The New York Times, Calling It a ‘True Enemy of the People'
President Trump does not cite a specific article in his Twitter post, but it comes a day after a Times report describing his attempts to undermine investigations around him.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Threatening U.S., Putin Promises Russians Both Missiles and Butter
President Vladimir V. Putin, facing falling popularity, talked of huge social spending and updated weapons. He did not say how he would pay for it all.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Bernie Sanders Raises $6 Million After Announcing Presidential Bid
The impressive early fund-raising haul by Mr. Sanders gives him bragging rights in a crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Legalize Pot? Amid Opioid Crisis, Some New Hampshire Leaders Say No Way
While nearby states have pushed to legalize recreational pot, some people in New Hampshire are resisting. After opioids, they wonder why anyone would expand access to drugs.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Screenland: Pelosi, Trump and the Spectacle of Red Meat Politics
He tries to drop an anvil on her. She lures him over a cliff. We care about the nation's health, but we seem to enjoy the anvil business even more.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

Screenland: The Meaning of the Scene: When Pelosi Clapped at Trump
The internet is great at rooting out and freeze-framing interpersonal drama. It has become downright masterful during the Trump era, our critic writes.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

News Analysis: On Health Care, 2020 Democrats Find Their First Real Fault Lines
On one side of the debate, Bernie Sanders promises a single-payer revolution. On the other, Amy Klobuchar and Sherrod Brown are calling for incremental change.

New York Times Politics
Feb 20, 2019

On Politics: Inside Trump's War on the Investigations Encircling Him
An examination by The New York Times reveals the extent of President Trump's assault on federal law enforcement, which has exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Trump to Tap Other Military Money for Wall Before Emergency Funds
It's not just the emergency declaration. President Trump is also siphoning more than $2 billion in military funds for his wall through another complex move.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Bernie Sanders Set the Agenda. But Can He Win on It?
Senator Bernie Sanders is embarking on a second run for president. This time the field will be bigger, more diverse and filled with candidates who have adopted his progressive populist mantle.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Democrats Want to Tax the Wealthy. Many Voters Agree.
A proposal to tax wealth finds support across party lines, along with the premise that the government should combat inequality.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

House Democrats Prepare to Scrutinize DeVos's Education Department
After two years of aggressively overhauling education policy, the education secretary, Betsy DeVos, must now answer to lawmakers she has clashed with or ignored.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

On Politics With Lisa Lerer: Can Bernie Still Lead His Own Revolution?
In the On Politics newsletter: After shifting the Democratic Party to the left, Bernie Sanders could struggle to beat a crop of fresh-faced candidates who support many of the policies he championed.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Takeaways From The Times's Investigation Into Trump's War on the Inquiries Around Him
A review by The Times found a continuous effort by President Trump to derail federal law enforcement and a public campaign to discredit the investigations on him.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Bernie Sanders, Once the Progressive Outlier, Joins a Crowded Presidential Field
Mr. Sanders, the runner-up in the 2016 Democratic primaries, is embarking on a bid that will test whether he can retain the anti-establishment appeal he enjoyed with liberals three years ago.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Trump Signs Order to Begin Creation of Space Force
In a concession to Congress, the force would be overseen by the Air Force, but critics say it still raises the danger of militarizing space.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Roger Stone Posted a Photo of a Judge Beside Cross Hairs. She Ordered Him to Court.
After Mr. Stone posted the photo, which depicted the judge overseeing his criminal case, she called a new hearing to reconsider the conditions of his release.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Proposes Universal Child Care
The plan would create a network of government-funded child care centers, which would be free for low-income families and partly subsidized for others.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

The Difference Between a ‘Public Option' and ‘Medicare for All'? Let's Define Our Terms
A glossary for the emerging Democratic health care debate.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

As Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns, Supreme Court Acts on Death Penalty and Pollution Cases
Justice Ginsburg, 85, asked crisp and clear questions of both sides in a patent case in her return to the bench about two months after cancer surgery.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

New York Times Wins Two George Polk Awards
The Times won for coverage of the Trump family's finances and social media companies' privacy practices. And for the first time in its 70-year history, the program gave an award to a podcast.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Post-Gazette Appoints Writer of ‘Reason as Racism' Editorial as Its Newsroom Leader
Stormy times continue at the Pittsburgh daily, where the publisher and newsroom employees are at odds.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

What's the Difference Between a ‘Public Option' and ‘Medicare for All'? We Got You
A glossary of terms for the emerging Democratic health care debate.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Intimidation, Pressure and Humiliation: Inside Trump's Two-Year War on the Investigations Encircling Him
President Trump's efforts have exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice as Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, finishes his work.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Justice Clarence Thomas Calls for Reconsideration of Landmark Libel Ruling
The Supreme Court's 1964 decision in New York Times v. Sullivan, Justice Thomas wrote, was not rooted in the text and history of the Constitution.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

House Opens Inquiry into Proposed U.S. Nuclear Venture in Saudi Arabia
House Democrats say a proposed nuclear power venture in Saudi Arabia could expose conflicts of interests in the Trump administration and possible violations of law.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Marc Short Returns to Administration as Pence's Chief of Staff
Mr. Short, who was President Trump's legislative affairs director for about two years, is taking the job vacated by Nick Ayers.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Bernie Sanders Begins a Second Presidential Bid
Mr. Sanders, the runner-up in the 2016 Democratic primaries, is embarking on a bid that will test whether he can retain the anti-establishment appeal he enjoyed with liberals three years ago

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Bernie Sanders Joins the 2020 Presidential Race
Mr. Sanders, the runner-up in the 2016 Democratic primaries, is embarking on a bid that will test whether he can retain the anti-establishment appeal he enjoyed with liberals three years ago

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Bernie Sanders on the Issues: Where He Stands and What Could Derail Him
He may have been the runner-up in the last Democratic primary, but his progressive ideas have increasingly become part of the Democratic mainstream.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Bernie Sanders Announces 2020 Presidential Run
Mr. Sanders, the runner-up in the 2016 Democratic primaries, is embarking on a bid that will test whether he can retain the anti-establishment appeal he enjoyed with liberals three years ago

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

On Politics: Bernie Sanders Announces 2020 Bid
Senator Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent whose populist agenda has helped push the Democratic Party to the left, is running for president again.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

How Bernie Sanders Has Gone After Donald Trump
Senator Bernie Sanders announced that he was running for president again. Here's how Mr. Sanders and President Trump have gone after each other.

New York Times Politics
Feb 19, 2019

Can a Republican Win a Citywide Race in N.Y.? Maybe, With Amazon's Help
Eric Ulrich, one of two Republicans among 17 candidates for public advocate, may be well positioned to gather votes among those angry at Amazon's exit.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Trump, in Miami, Attacks Maduro, and Some See Bid for Florida Votes
President Trump went to Miami not only to warn Nicolás Maduro that his days as Venezuela's leader were numbered, but also to court a key bloc of voters ahead of the 2020 election.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

As Trump Attacks Maduro, Some See Bid for Florida Votes
President Trump went to Miami not only to warn Nicolás Maduro that his days as Venezuela's leader were numbered, but also to court a key bloc of voters ahead of the 2020 election.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Kamala Harris Faces Questions About ‘Democratic Socialist' Label and Jussie Smollett in N.H. Debut
The California senator, visiting New Hampshire for the first time in her life, distanced herself from Bernie Sanders, the last candidate to win this state's Democratic presidential primary.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

16 States Sue to Stop Trump's Use of Emergency Powers to Build Border Wall
A coalition of 16 states, including California and New York, is challenging President's Trump use of emergency powers to spend billions on a border wall.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Kamala Harris Tells New Hampshire: ‘I Am Not a Democratic Socialist'
The California senator, visiting New Hampshire for the first time in her life, distanced herself from Bernie Sanders, the last candidate to win this state's Democratic presidential primary.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Elizabeth Warren's Native American Ancestry Draws a Shrug From These Voters
Interviews with three dozen Democrats found exhaustion or disinterest in the presidential candidate's ancestry, reflecting a disconnect between some voters and Washington insiders.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Becoming Greta: ‘Invisible Girl' to Global Climate Activist, With Bumps Along the Way
Like a modern-day Cassandra for the age of climate change, a Swedish girl's solitary act of civil disobedience has turned her into a mascot for climate action. But it's not easy being her.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Obama Quietly Gives Advice to 2020 Democrats, but No Endorsement
Former President Barack Obama has been counseling Democratic candidates on how to win the White House in 2020. But he has no plans to pick a favorite.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Sidebar: When Does Kicking Black People Off Juries Cross a Constitutional Line?
The Supreme Court will consider whether a Mississippi prosecutor's long record of excluding black jurors amounted to unconstitutional race discrimination.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Wants a Wealth Tax. How Would That Even Work?
There are other tools that don't involve quite the risks and challenges of targeting the richest families.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Kim Jong-un's ‘Butler' Visits Vietnam to Prepare for Trump Meeting
North Korean officials were said to have checked out an industrial area that contains a Samsung plant, raising the possibility of a visit there by Mr. Kim.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Shinzo Abe Won't Say if He Nominated Trump for a Nobel Prize
Such an nomination would be in keeping with the Japanese leader's careful courting of the United States president. Critics said it would be "shameful for Japan."

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

Anthony Weiner Is Out of Prison and in a Halfway House in New York
The former congressman, imprisoned for sending lewd texts to a 15-year-old, was moved from a Massachusetts prison to a re-entry program in the city, records show.

New York Times Politics
Feb 18, 2019

On Politics: Trump's Emergency Declaration Divides Republicans
President Trump's move, aimed at securing funding for a border wall, is a serious challenge to congressional authority. It remains to be seen whether Senate Republicans will try to stop it.

New York Times Politics
Feb 17, 2019

Anthony Weiner Is Out of Prison, and in a Re-Entry Center in Brooklyn
The former congressman, imprisoned for sending lewd texts to a 15-year-old, was moved from a Massachusetts prison to a re-entry program in Brooklyn, records show.

New York Times Politics
Feb 17, 2019

Anthony Weiner Is Out of Federal Prison, and in a Re-Entry Center in Brooklyn
The former congressman, imprisoned for sending lewd texts to a 15-year-old, was moved from a Massachusetts prison to a re-entry program in Brooklyn, records show.

New York Times Politics
Feb 17, 2019

States Flout Abortion Coverage Requirements, Federal Investigators Say
One state, South Dakota, has for 25 years failed to provide the required coverage for abortion in cases of rape or incest, a government report says.

New York Times Politics
Feb 17, 2019

Bernie Sanders Stumbled With Black Voters in 2016. Can He Do Better in 2020?
Mr. Sanders had a weak showing with black voters in his race against Hillary Clinton. A frayed relationship with his own outreach group was part of the problem.

New York Times Politics
Feb 17, 2019

Graham Vows to Investigate Whether ‘Bureaucratic Coup' Tried to Oust Trump
Senator Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said he would find out whether officials at the F.B.I. and the Justice Department tried oust President Trump.

New York Times Politics
Feb 17, 2019

Rift Between Trump and Europe Is Now Open and Angry
Europeans pushed back against the Trump administration's unilateralism at the Munich Security Conference, signaling a shift that is likely to be exploited by Russia and China.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

Heather Nauert Withdraws From Consideration as U.N. Ambassador
The former "Fox & Friends" host withdrew from consideration because she had a nanny without a proper work visa, according to people familiar with the process.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

Amy Klobuchar Casts Herself as Heartland Democrat in First Campaign Swing
Ms. Klobuchar made her first campaign stop in Wisconsin, a state Hillary Clinton did not visit during the general election campaign in 2016 and lost to Donald J. Trump by less than one point.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

Lee Radziwill, Ex-Princess and Sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Dies at 85
She shared the qualities of wealth, social status and ambition with her older sister, but she struggled to achieve professional recognition.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

Patrick Caddell, Self-Taught Pollster Who Helped Carter to White House, Dies at 68
Decades after aiding the Democratic presidential campaigns of George McGovern and Jimmy Carter, Patrick Caddell began to advise conservatives including Stephen Bannon.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

Trump's Attempt to Circumvent Congress Leaves Uneasy Senate Republicans With Hard Choice
It remains to be seen whether Senate Republicans will act collectively to try to stop the president or how far into unchartered territory they are willing to follow him.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

White House Memo: The War That Wasn't: Trump Claims Obama Was Ready to Strike North Korea
President Trump has been telling audiences that President Barack Obama had been on the verge of war, a situation that Mr. Obama's former aides say is entirely fiction.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

For Some 2020 Democrats, Rejection of Amazon Aligns With Far-Left Policy Views
Candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders were quick to praise New Yorkers who rebelled at the idea of giving tax breaks to a huge corporation.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

For Some 2020 Democrats, Rejection of Amazon Aligns With Liberal Policy Views
Candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders were quick to praise New Yorkers who rebelled at the idea of giving tax breaks to a huge corporation.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

Merkel Rejects U.S. Demands That Europe Pull Out of Iran Nuclear Deal
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany delivered a spirited defense of multilateral institutions in a world increasingly marked by great power rivalry.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

Watch Out. Tax Season Is Even More Stressful Than Usual.
With millions of people filing tax returns under a new tax law and after a long government shutdown, this is a challenging year. We offer survival tips and extensive coverage.

New York Times Politics
Feb 16, 2019

On Politics: The Biggest Stories of the Week
It's been a busy week in American politics. Here are some of the stories you might have missed.

New York Times Politics
Feb 15, 2019

Mueller's Office Recommends Paul Manafort Serve Up to 25 Years in Prison
Federal prosecutors, who also recommended Mr. Manafort pay up to $25 million in fines, said that a tax and bank fraud scheme allowed him to hide millions of dollars in "ill-gotten gains."

New York Times Politics
Feb 15, 2019

Trump Declares a National Emergency, and Provokes a Constitutional Clash
The president's decision incited instant condemnation from Democrats, who called it an unconstitutional abuse of his authority and vowed to overturn it with Republican support.

New York Times Politics
Feb 15, 2019

White House Memo: Trump Follows Familiar Playbook When Confronted by a Loss: Distract and Digress
"So, I'm going to be signing a national emergency," the president said, almost as an afterthought at the news conference whose purpose was ostensibly to announce that news.

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