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New York Times Politics
Sep 23, 2019

Who's Speaking at the U.N. Climate Summit? Several Champions of Coal
Countries that continue to push coal will take the podium Monday at the United Nations Climate Action Summit.

New York Times Politics
Sep 23, 2019

Beto O'Rourke Wants to Talk Guns With Anyone Who Will Listen
Oh, and he's running for president too.

New York Times Politics
Sep 23, 2019

A Year Later, Iran Finds Evaporating Sympathy at the U.N.
The country's foreign minister, on the defensive after attacks on Saudi oil facilities, says Iran has lost hope that the Europeans will counterbalance American sanctions.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

As Trump Confirms He Discussed Biden With Ukraine, Pressure to Impeach Builds
Speaker Nancy Pelosi warned of a "new chapter of lawlessness" and a turning point in the House investigation of President Trump.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

Trump's Hold on Military Aid Blindsided Top Ukrainian Officials
The withholding of aid is now at the center of questions about whether President Trump manipulated foreign policy to pressure the Ukrainian government to take action damaging to Joseph R. Biden Jr.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

Biden's Work in Ukraine: What We Know and Don't Know
No evidence has surfaced that the former vice president intentionally tried to help his son by pressing for the ouster of a Ukrainian prosecutor.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

Trump, Biden and Ukraine: Sorting Out the Accusations
No evidence has surfaced that the former vice president intentionally tried to help his son by pressing for the ouster of a Ukrainian prosecutor.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

What to Expect at the U.N. General Assembly This Week
Nearly 200 leaders will converge on the world's most prominent diplomatic stage for five days of speeches, hundreds of meetings — and clashes over climate change, Iran and trade.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

2020 Democrats Go All In on Iowa
The presidential candidates have embarked on a four-month sprint to a night of caucuses that remains the single biggest prize in American politics.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

At Rally for India's Modi, Trump Plays Second Fiddle but a Familiar Tune
Mr. Trump treated the giant Houston gathering as his own, seizing on the chance to brag about slashing regulations, lowering unemployment and implementing a tax cut.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

Warren and Biden Join U.A.W. Picket Lines as Democrats Use Strike to Court Labor
Democratic candidates are publicly aligning themselves with union members in hopes of holding onto their support — and winning over those who flipped for President Trump in 2016.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Joins U.A.W. Picket Line in Detroit as Democrats Use Strike to Court Labor
Democratic candidates are publicly aligning themselves with union members in hopes of holding onto their support — and winning over those who flipped for President Trump in 2016.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

Pelosi Warns of ‘New Stage' of Inquiry if Trump Blocks Whistle-Blower Complaint
Without mentioning impeachment, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Trump's refusal to hand over the whistle-blower complaint would trigger a "new chapter of lawlessness."

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

Who's Speaking at the U.N. Climate Summit? Several Champions of Coal.
Countries that continue to push coal will take the podium Monday at the United Nations Climate Action Summit.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

Trump Acknowledges Discussing Biden in Call With Ukrainian Leader
President Trump said his call with President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine was perfectly appropriate, as Democrats intensified demands for an inquiry into abuse of power.

New York Times Politics
Sep 22, 2019

600 Meetings and a World of Conflict: What to Expect at the U.N. General Assembly
Nearly 200 leaders will converge on the world's most prominent diplomatic stage for five days of speeches, hundreds of meetings — and clashes over climate change, Iran and trade.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Warren Leads in New Iowa Poll With Biden Second
The latest poll numbers from The Des Moines Register and CNN were very good for Elizabeth Warren as she and Joseph R. Biden Jr. broke away from the rest of the Democratic pack.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Ukraine and Whistle-Blower Issues Emerge as Major Flashpoints in Presidential Race
Reports that President Trump sought help from the Ukrainian government could offer former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. both opportunities and risks.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Trump, Biden and a Whistle-Blower Complaint: Here Are the Basics
President Trump is under intense scrutiny over a classified whistle-blower complaint about some of his behavior.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Fact-Checking Trump's Latest Claims About Space and Iran
The president, in a wide-ranging conversation with the Australian prime minister on Friday in the presence of reporters, falsely claimed NASA facilities "were virtually closed" before he took office.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

An Abrupt Move That Stunned Aides: Inside Trump's Aborted Attack on Iran
President Trump's decision to call off an airstrike on Iran in June looms large now as he weighs how to respond to attacks on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia blamed on Tehran.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Standoffs With Iran Test Trump's Resolve to Use Military Force
President Trump's decision to call off an airstrike on Iran in June looms large now as he weighs how to respond to attacks on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia blamed on Tehran.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

For Biden, Whistle-Blower Complaint Could Cut 2 Ways
Reports that President Trump sought help from the Ukranian government could offer former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. both opportunities and risks.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Trump Calls Reports That He Pressured Ukraine's President a ‘Witch Hunt'
Mr. Trump, intensifying a line of attack his allies have stoked for months, accused the media of covering up the former vice president's dealings with Ukraine.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Climate Protesters and World Leaders: Same Planet, Different Worlds
Friday's global climate protests put the gap between activists and many of the world leaders preparing to meet in New York City next week into stark focus.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Bernie Sanders Calls for Eliminating Americans' Medical Debt
On top of his "Medicare for all" proposal, Mr. Sanders's new plan would wipe out an estimated $81 billion in existing medical debt and ignore such debt in credit scores.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Melania Trump's Say-Nothing State Dinner Dress
Her dress at the Australian state dinner wasn't just understated, it was an absence of statement.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Bill de Blasio Bows Out, Elizabeth Warren's Big Speech: This Week in the 2020 Race
Here are six things that happened on the presidential campaign trail this week.

New York Times Politics
Sep 21, 2019

Elizabeth Warren Lost Her Dream Job but Gained a Path to 2020
She had a plan to take on big banks. In the fight to get it done, she honed the approach to politics that defines her presidential campaign.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

In Shadow of Ukraine Scandal, White House Hosts Second State Dinner of Trump Era
Scrutiny over President Trump's behavior with world leaders was a hard-to-avoid theme of the day for the Australian prime minister.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Joe Biden Has Tense Exchange Over L.G.B.T.Q. Record
Pressed about his decades-old opposition to same-sex marriage, Mr. Biden pushed back, saying he didn't "have to evolve."

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Joe Biden Has Tense Exchange Over L.G.B.T. Record
Pressed about his decades-old opposition to same-sex marriage, Mr. Biden pushed back, saying he didn't "have to evolve."

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Behind the Whistle-Blower Case, a Long-Held Trump Grudge Toward Ukraine
The president and his allies have been pressing Ukraine for months to investigate Joseph R. Biden Jr., complicating relations between the two countries.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Democrats Gather for First 2020 L.G.B.T. Forum
Ten Democratic presidential candidates will speak at the forum hosted by Glaad in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, tonight at 8 p.m.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Trump Pressed Ukraine's Leader on Inquiry Into Biden's Son
Mr. Trump has been prodding the Ukrainian government to investigate Mr. Biden and his family, but the new whistle-blower complaint has drastically raised the stakes.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Lawmakers Court Trump on Gun Safety, With Some Appealing to His Ego
President Trump is expected to decide next week whether to defy the N.R.A. and embrace a bill expanding background checks for gun buyers.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

2020 Democrats Gather for L.G.B.T. Forum
Ten Democratic presidential candidates will speak at the forum hosted by Glaad in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, tonight at 8 p.m.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Giuliani Revels in Another Cable Dust-up Defending Trump
Mr. Giuliani's unconstrained television appearances have long raised concerns with the rest of Mr. Trump's legal team, as well as White House officials.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

U.S. Agreement With El Salvador Seeks to Divert Asylum Seekers
An agreement between the United States and El Salvador will prevent migrants from crossing the southwestern border by requiring them to seek protection in El Salvador first.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Trump Pressed Ukraine's Leader as Giuliani Pushed for Biden Inquiry
Mr. Trump has been prodding the Ukrainian government to investigate Mr. Biden and his family, but the new whistle-blower complaint has drastically raised the stakes.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Program to Prevent Suicide by Veterans Earns Bipartisan Support
More than 6,000 veterans took their own lives each year between 2008 and 2017, and roughly 20 a day since 2014, according to statistics released Friday.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

With India, Trump Practices the Art of the Mini-Deal
The administration's prospective deal with India could be a boon to some farmers and businesses, but it is much smaller than a traditional trade pact.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Trump Calls China a ‘Threat to the World' as Trade Talks Approach
The president says he will not accept an interim trade deal and accused China of building up its military with funds earned through unfair trade practices.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

U.S. Drone Attacks ISIS Fighters in Southern Libya
The American military carried out an airstrike Thursday against Islamic State fighters in southern Libya in a reminder of the terrorist group's resilience.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Want to Hold Your Own 2020 Caucus? Now You Can (if You're an Iowan)
Iowa Democrats are trying to make the state's first-in-the-nation presidential nominating contest more accessible by allowing some voters to organize satellite caucuses.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Ukraine Pressured on U.S. Political Investigations
Pressure on the Ukrainian government by President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, has been an open secret in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, for months.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Program to Prevent Veterans Suicide Earns Bipartisan Support
More than 6,000 veterans took their own lives each year between 2008 and 2017, and roughly 20 a day since 2014, according to statistics released Friday.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Reporting, Fact-Checking, Sorting Mail ... and a Bid for Citizenship
My job as a Times news assistant followed me through every step of the naturalization process.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

United States to Sign Asylum Agreement With El Salvador, Official Says
The agreement would prevent migrants from crossing the border and obtaining asylum in the United States by requiring them to seek protection in El Salvador first.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Whistle-Blower Complaint Is Said to Involve Trump and Ukraine
The complaint, from a member of the intelligence community, remained opaque but involved at least one of the president's communications with a foreign leader.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Trump Calls Whistle-Blower ‘Partisan' and Defends Conduct With Other Leaders
Mr. Trump acknowledged that he does not know the identity of a whistle-blower from the intelligence community whose secretive complaint has seized attention in Washington.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

California Sues the Trump Administration in Its Escalating War Over Auto Emissions
California, joined by 23 other states, sued to block the administration's unprecedented reversal of the state's authority to set its own rules on climate-warming car emissions.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Young Black Voters to Their Biden-Supporting Parents: ‘Is This Your King?'
An organic effort by black millennials and Gen Z-ers to influence older family members against Mr. Biden may be important in the Democratic primary.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Trump Announces New Sanctions on Iran
The sanctions targeting the Iranian national bank add to the pressure on Iran, which the United States accuses of attacking Saudi oil facilities.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

North Korean Envoy Hails Bolton's Ouster and Trump's Talk of a New Approach
Kim Myong-gil praised the U.S. president's "wise political decision" to take a fresh tack in nuclear talks after dismissing his national security adviser.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Graduate Students, After Gains in Union Efforts, Face a Federal Setback
The National Labor Relations Board has moved to reverse a 2016 ruling that eased the way for organizing at private universities.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Protesting Climate Change, Young People Take to Streets in a Global Strike
Anxious about the future and angry about the failure to curb the crisis, thousands joined an urgent call for action against climate change.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Who Do Americans Trust? The Police More Than Congress, Study Finds
The most trusted leader of them all? The public school principal.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Ed Buck Faces Federal Drug Charge in Death of Man in His Home
The authorities outlined a disturbing pattern in which they say that Mr. Buck traded drugs and money for sexual favors. They said there were at least 11 victims.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Survey Shows Broad Opposition to Trump Trade Policies
An increasing share of Americans say the tariff fight with China will be bad for the United States, and the concern crosses party lines.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Young People Take to Streets in Global Climate Protest
Anxious about their future and angry about the failure to curb the crisis, thousands joined an urgent call for action against climate change.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Young Voters Still ‘Feel the Bern,' but Not Just for Bernie Sanders Anymore
The Vermont senator benefited from a wave of enthusiasm from young people in 2016. Many still love him, but not him alone.

New York Times Politics
Sep 20, 2019

Younger Black Voters to Their Parents: Break Up With Joe Biden, I'm Bored
An organic effort by black millennials and Gen Z-ers to influence their older family members may be key to overtaking Mr. Biden in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

For Trump, a Time of Indecision
In discussions with his staff, Mr. Trump has made clear he wants to accomplish something big, but seems stymied as to what it might be, according to interviews with a half-dozen aides and advisers.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

U.S. Charges Ed Buck With Drug Crime in Gemmel Moore's Death
Mr. Moore was one of two men who died in Mr. Buck's apartment of an overdose in less than two years. The authorities outlined a pattern in which they say Mr. Buck traded drugs and money for sex.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Trump to Host Australian Prime Minister on a Rare State Visit
When it comes to diplomatic visits, the president seems to prefer being the guest rather than the host.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

F.B.I. Agent Testifies That He Sent Questions for C.I.A. Detainees
In a pretrial hearing for the accused 9/11 plotters at Guantánamo Bay, the agent acknowledged previously unconfirmed collaboration with the interrogation program.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Whistle-Blower Complaint Sets Off a Battle Involving Trump
The complaint, from a member of the intelligence community, remained opaque but involved at least one of the president's communications with a foreign leader.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Ed Buck Faces Federal Drug Charge in Gemmel Moore's Death
Mr. Moore was one of two men who died in Mr. Buck's apartment of an overdose in less than two years. The authorities outlined a pattern in which they say Mr. Buck traded drugs and money for sex.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

For D.C. Statehood Advocates, a Hearing Marks Another Step Forward
With Democrats in control, the House gave the long-suffering movement for statehood a hearing for the first time in more than 20 years.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

U.S. Orders Duke and U.N.C. to Recast Tone in Mideast Studies
The Education Department is investigating a Middle East studies program run by Duke and the University of North Carolina, citing, among other issues, how Judaism is discussed.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

De Blasio to Developers: Donate to My Nonprofit. $125,000 Came.
Three developers were fined tens of thousands of dollars for potentially violating lobbying laws by donating to Mayor Bill de Blasio's nonprofit group.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Sean's Spicy Salsa
Behind the neon-green ruffles, a manifestation of a reality TV presidency.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

He's the President Democratic Voters Don't Want to Hear Criticized
In the Democratic primary, there have been clashes over the Obama administration's policies. But even liberal voters who admire the former president prefer to look to the future.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Jimmy Carter Invokes Idea of ‘Age Limit' for Presidential Candidates
Mr. Carter, 94, said he wouldn't be up to the rigors of the nation's top job if he were 15 years younger. The three leading Democratic candidates are in their 70s.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Attacks Expose Flaws in Saudi Arabia's Expensive Military
The Saudi military could not protect a prized asset — oil installations — from an attack by low-flying cruise missiles that caused a significant spike in crude oil prices.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

After Resisting, McConnell and Senate G.O.P. Back Election Security Funding
Stung by the "Moscow Mitch" moniker, Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, threw his weight behind an infusion of $250 million for states to bolster election security.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Maurice Ferré, Miami's First Hispanic Mayor, Dies at 84
He led the city through a defining period of growth and tumult for 12 years. But he could ultimately not withstand its demographic transformation.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Ady Barkan Won't Let Dying Stop His Activism
Democratic presidential candidates are flocking to California to meet Mr. Barkan, who is dying of A.L.S. But the sicker he gets, the more famous he becomes.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

House Approves Short-Term Spending Bill That Would Stave Off Shutdown
The bill, which the Senate is also expected to pass before funding lapses on Oct. 1, would extend funding for all federal government departments and agencies through Nov. 21.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Whistle-Blower's Complaint Is Said to Involve Multiple Acts by Trump
The complaint goes beyond a commitment that President Trump was said to have made to a world leader.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Trump Lawyers Argue He Cannot Be Criminally Investigated
The president's legal team is trying to block a subpoena seeking his tax returns, claiming that any criminal investigation of Mr. Trump is unconstitutional.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

‘Worse Than Anyone Expected': Air Travel Emissions Vastly Outpace Predictions
The findings put pressure on airline executives and regulators to take stronger action to fight climate change as they prepare for a summit next week.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Is America's Health Care System a Fixer-Upper or a Teardown?
To understand the competing Democratic health care plans, consider an elaborate home construction metaphor.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Ed Buck to Face Federal Drug Charge in Gemmel Moore's Death, Official Says
Mr. Moore, 26, was one of two men who died in Mr. Buck's apartment in under two years.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

With New Investigation at Duke and U.N.C., Education Dept. Hunts for Anti-Israel Bias
The Education Department is investigating a Middle East studies program run by Duke University and the University of North Carolina, citing, among other issues, how Judaism is discussed in the curriculum.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

With New Investigation at Duke and U.N.C., Feds Hunt Anti-Israel Bias in Higher Education
The Education Department is investigating a Middle East studies program run by Duke University and the University of North Carolina, citing, among other issues, how Judaism is discussed in the curriculum.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

‘Where's My Roy Cohn?' Review: A Fixer's Progress
A documentary traces the life and times of a notorious lawyer whose career stretched from Joseph McCarthy to Donald J. Trump.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Trade Conflicts Weigh on Confidence, Posing a Risk to Trump
A survey finds broad-based opposition to the president's trade policies, and concerns about what they could mean for the economy.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Trump Sues Manhattan D.A. Over Demand for 8 Years of His Tax Returns
The president's lawyer said a subpoena seeking Mr. Trump's personal and corporate tax records raised "significant constitutional issues."

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Watchdog Refuses to Detail Whistle-Blower Complaint About Trump
The complaint, being discussed in a closed meeting with House lawmakers, addresses a commitment that President Trump was said to have made to a world leader.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Pelosi's Drug Plan Would Let U.S. Negotiate Prices of 250 Medications
Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveils her bill to fight high prescription drug pricing, which could prod the Senate and the White House to act on a popular but elusive cause.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

A Clash Over Barack Obama's Legacy? Democratic Voters Don't Want to Hear It
In the Democratic primary, there have been clashes over the Obama administration's policies. But even liberal voters who admire the former president prefer to look to the future.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

‘3 Musketeers' or ‘3 Stooges'? Republicans Challenging Trump May Fall in Between
The three candidates, coupled with a softening economy and the president's falling poll numbers against almost any Democrat, may offer reluctant Trump voters a way out.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

‘3 Musketeers' or ‘3 Stooges'? Republicans Running Against Trump May Fall in Between
The three candidates, coupled with a softening economy and the president's falling poll numbers against almost any Democrat, may offer reluctant Trump voters a way out.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Should People Profit From Housing? Bernie Sanders Says Yes, and No
A plan for national rent control and for reining in speculators, but also for building wealth through homeownership.

New York Times Politics
Sep 19, 2019

Trump Says ‘It's Crazy' to Spend $13 Million Per Inmate at Guantánamo
The president said he would look for alternatives to the costly prison in Cuba that holds 40 terrorism suspects, but stopped short of saying he might close it.

New York Times Politics
Sep 18, 2019

San Francisco to Get Environmental Violation for Homelessness, Trump Says
President Trump said that San Francisco was in "total violation" of environmental rules because needles used by homeless people were ending up in the ocean.

New York Times Politics
Sep 18, 2019

Pennsylvania State Senator Resigns After Arrest on Child Pornography Charges
The authorities said they found pornographic images on Senator Michael Folmer's phone.

New York Times Politics
Sep 18, 2019

Visiting Wall, Trump Points to Barrier to Burnish His Campaign
President Trump's photo op at the border was his only public appearance during two days in California, a state that has been a hotbed of opposition to his presidency and policies.

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