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New York Times Politics
Feb 28, 2024

After Asking ‘Where's Hunter?' for Years, Republicans Will Question Biden's Son
Hunter Biden is scheduled to be deposed behind closed doors on Capitol Hill in the Republican impeachment inquiry into President Biden.

New York Times Politics
Feb 28, 2024

What Happened in the Michigan Democratic Primary
President Biden handily won the primary, but tens of thousands in the swing state voted "uncommitted" over his support for Israel.

New York Times Politics
Feb 28, 2024

How Visiting the U.S. Border Became a Potent Form of Political Theater
The 2,000-mile frontier has become a symbol in American politics as the debate over immigration grows increasingly polarized.

New York Times Politics
Feb 28, 2024

How the Senate G.O.P. Scored a Top Recruit and Widened Its Path to a Majority
The recruitment of Larry Hogan in Maryland served as a capstone to months of quiet success for Senate Republicans, after years of recruiting disappointments.

New York Times Politics
Feb 28, 2024

In Fight Over Bump Stock Ban, Lawyers Take Aim at Administrative State
The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Wednesday about the Trump administration rule put in place by the A.T.F. after the Las Vegas massacre.

New York Times Politics
Feb 28, 2024

Michigan Primary Takeaways: ‘Uncommitted' Makes Itself Heard
President Biden endured a protest vote, Donald Trump fended off Nikki Haley again, and both may face challenges with their party coalitions as they start to look toward November.

New York Times Politics
Feb 28, 2024

Michigan Primary Takeaways: ‘Uncommitted' Sends Biden a Message
President Biden endured a protest vote, Donald Trump fended off Nikki Haley again, and both may face challenges with their party coalitions as they start to look toward November.

New York Times Politics
Feb 28, 2024

What Does the Uncommitted Vote in Michigan Mean for 2024?
The share of Arab American and Muslim voters is small but could be decisive in a close race.

New York Times Politics
Feb 28, 2024

‘Uncommitted' Supporters Dance and Celebrate in Dearborn
At an election night party, a group that organized a protest against President Biden in Michigan played up the thousands of votes in support of its cause.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Michigan Voters Talk About How the War in Gaza Factored Into Their Decision
"I want a cease-fire," said an 18-year-old who voted for "uncommitted" in the Democratic primary to register discontent with President Biden's handling of the war in Gaza.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Trump Defeats Haley in Michigan, His Sixth Straight Victory
Nikki Haley, who has the campaign cash to keep going, has said she intends to stay in the race at least through Super Tuesday on March 5.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

‘The Ally' Review: Social Justice as a Maddening Hall of Mirrors
Itamar Moses's play offers eloquent arguments on all sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. But it doesn't offer much drama.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Michigan Judge Orders Kristina Karamo to Stand Down in G.O.P. Leadership Fight
Kristina Karamo has not said whether she will proceed with holding a dueling presidential nominating convention this weekend.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

As Michigan Votes, Haley Slams Trump in Colorado and Presses Party Officials
Ms. Haley, crisscrossing the country in ahead of Super Tuesday next week, sought to pressure the Republican National Committee for transparency over Donald J. Trump's legal bills.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Young Voters Say Their Discontent Goes Deeper Than Israel and Gaza
"If you're a Democratic incumbent running for re-election, young voters are an essential part of your coalition," an independent pollster said, pointing to concerns for Democrats come November.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

How the Protest Vote Has Played Out in Past Primaries
In past uncompetitive presidential primaries, the typical protest vote has been about 7 percent.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

G.O.P. Leaders Optimistic on Spending Deal After Meeting With Biden
Speaker Mike Johnson and Senator Mitch McConnell were upbeat about efforts to avert a government shutdown. "We are making some real headway," Mr. McConnell said.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Congress Remains Short of Deal to Avoid Shutdown After Biden Meeting
Speaker Mike Johnson and Senator Mitch McConnell were upbeat about efforts to avert a government shutdown. "We are making some real headway," Mr. McConnell said.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

After 4 Months of War, Biden and Netanyahu Are on Different Timetables
The divergent goals of President Biden and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are playing out as negotiators try to reach a hostage deal.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Biden and Netanyahu Seek Opposing Goals in Cease-Fire Talks
The divergent goals of President Biden and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are playing out as negotiators try to reach a hostage deal.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

As Spending Talks Intensify, Johnson's Bind Grows Tighter
Four months into his job as the top leader in the House, Speaker Mike Johnson finds himself the odd man out in increasingly intense talks on how to fund the government and whether to continue aid to Ukraine.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Army Is Slashing Thousands of Jobs to Focus on Russia and China
Recents events suggest that the U.S. military will face challenges in the Middle East for years to come, even as it tries to shift priorities.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Congressional Leaders Vow to Avoid a Shutdown, but Remain Short of a Deal
Top lawmakers came out of a meeting with President Biden voicing optimism about keeping the government running, but reported no breakthroughs with days to go before a shutdown.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Behind the A.I. Robocall That Impersonated Biden: A Democratic Consultant and a Magician
The two men are disputing how the call, which urged New Hampshire Democrats not to vote in the primary, came to be.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

At White House, Talks to Avoid Shutdown and Assist Ukraine and Israel
The president also planned to discuss the urgency of sending aid to Ukraine and Israel as he convened the top four leaders of Congress.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Biden Faces ‘Uncommitted' Vote in Michigan's Primary. Here's What to Watch.
A protest vote against President Biden's policies on Israel will show the extent of Democratic divisions, while Donald Trump is favored to win again as Nikki Haley presses on.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Biden Summons Lawmakers to White House as Shutdown Deadline Looms
The president also plans to discuss the urgency of sending aid to Ukraine and Israel as he convenes the top four leaders of Congress.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Yellen Urges Israel to Restore Economic Ties to West Bank
The Treasury secretary said she called on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel to reduce barriers to commerce for Palestinians.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

An Emboldened F.T.C. Bolsters Biden's Efforts to Address Inflation
With few unilateral options and little hope of legislation from Congress, the president's early investment in competition policy could pay a political dividend.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Biden Tries to Turn the Tables on Trump: ‘He's About as Old as I Am'
In his first election-year appearance on a late-night television show, the president joshed with Seth Meyers and poked at former President Donald J. Trump's own memory lapses.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

After U.S. Strikes, Iran's Proxies Scale Back Attacks on American Bases
Tehran, wary of igniting open warfare with Washington, has told militia groups it backs to curtail assaults on targets such as military installations, Iranian and American officials say.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

Iran's Proxies Curtail Attacks on American Bases in Iraq and Syria After U.S. Strikes
Tehran, wary of igniting open warfare with Washington, has told militia groups it backs to curtail assaults on targets such as military installations, Iranian and American officials say.

New York Times Politics
Feb 27, 2024

What to Watch for in Michigan's Primaries
A protest vote against President Biden's policies on Israel will show the extent of Democratic divisions, while Donald Trump is favored to win again as Nikki Haley presses on.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Biden Says He's Hopeful for Gaza Cease-Fire Within a Week
The president offered a positive assessment of negotiations aimed at halting Israel's military operations in exchange for the release of hostages held by Hamas.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Days Before Shutdown Deadline, Biden Summons Congressional Leaders for Talks
President Biden plans to discuss the urgency of legislation to keep federal funding going past midnight on Friday.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Chipmakers Seek More Than $70 Billion in Federal Subsidies
Gina Raimondo, the commerce secretary, said new investments would put the U.S. on track to produce roughly 20% of the world's most advanced logic chips by the end of the decade.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

The Democratic Taboo
It's airing concerns about President Biden's campaign, or his age.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Biden Says He Expects Gaza Cease-Fire Within a Week
The president said he expects a cease-fire within a week as he offered an assessment of negotiations aimed at halting Israel's military operations in Gaza

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Biden to Convene Congressional Leaders as Partial Government Shutdown Looms
President Biden plans to discuss the urgency of legislation to keep federal funding going past midnight on Friday.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Supreme Court Seems Wary of State Laws Regulating Social Media Platforms
The tech industry argues that laws in Florida and Texas, prompted by conservative complaints about censorship, violate the First Amendment. The court's decision could fundamentally alter the nature of speech on the internet.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Prosecutors Reject Claims of Unfairness in Trump Classified Documents Case
Jack Smith, the special counsel, said in a court filing that never before had a former official "engaged in conduct remotely similar to Trump's."

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Takeaways From the Supreme Court Arguments on Texas and Florida Social Media Laws
Laws in Texas and Florida seek to limit social media companies' ability to moderate content on their platforms and could shape the future of speech on the internet.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Pentagon Review Faults No One for Failure to Disclose Austin's Illness
The defense secretary is also set to appear before a House committee this week to explain why he did not immediately tell the White House about his hospitalization.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Biden to Convene Congressional Leaders as Partial Shutdown Looms
President Biden plans to discuss the urgency of legislation to keep federal funding going past midnight on Friday.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Alexander Smirnov to Be Held in Custody Indefinitely, Judge Says
Alexander Smirnov, the former informant, pleaded not guilty to charges that he lied to the F.B.I. about President Biden and his son Hunter accepting bribes.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Takeaways From the Supreme Court Arguments on Social Media Laws
Laws in Texas and Florida seek to limit social media companies' ability to moderate content on their platforms and could shape the future of speech on the internet.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Supreme Court Seems Open to Free Speech Challenges to Social Media Laws
The tech industry argues that laws in Florida and Texas, prompted by conservative complaints about censorship, violate the First Amendment. The court's decision could fundamentally alter the nature of speech on the internet.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

A Biden Ally Wades Into the Divide Over Gaza and Emerges With a Warning
After days of meetings with disaffected Democrats in Michigan, Representative Ro Khanna says President Biden cannot win the state without changes to his Middle East policy.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Boeing's Safety Culture Faulted by F.A.A. in New Report
The report by a group of experts was commissioned at the behest of Congress and in response to fatal crashes involving 737 Max jets in 2018 and 2019.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

The Spy War: How the C.I.A. Secretly Helps Ukraine Fight Putin
For more than a decade, the United States has nurtured a secret intelligence partnership with Ukraine that is now critical for both countries in countering Russia.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Jeffries Weighs How to Force Ukraine Aid Vote While Keeping Democrats United
The House Democratic leader is facing a critical test of whether he can hold his party together long enough to force a vote on an aid package for Ukraine amid progressive opposition to its funding for Israel.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

What to Know About the Supreme Court Case on Free Speech on Social Media
Both Florida and Texas passed laws regulating how social media companies moderate speech online. The laws, if upheld, could fundamentally alter how the platforms police their sites.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Airman Dies After Setting Himself On Fire Outside Israeli Embassy in Washington
The man, who filmed and livestreamed his protest of Israeli military action in Gaza, had been taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries. The U.S. Air Force confirmed he was an active-duty airman.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Biden Will Make Rare Visit to Southern Border on Same Day as Trump
The president, on the defensive over immigration, is planning to travel to Texas on Thursday, when Donald J. Trump is also set to visit a border city.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

The Back Channel Talks to Secure McConnell's Endorsement of Trump
The conversations between the Trump and McConnell camps have been happening between key advisers to both men.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Here's the latest on the arguments.
The tech industry argues that laws in Florida and Texas, prompted by conservative complaints about censorship, violate the First Amendment. The court's decision could fundamentally alter the nature of speech on the internet.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Man Dies After Setting Himself On Fire Outside Israeli Embassy in Washington, Police Say
The man, who filmed and livestreamed his protest of Israeli military action in Gaza, had been taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries. The U.S. Air Force confirmed he was an active-duty airman.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Biden Targets a New Economic Villain: Shrinkflation
Liberals prodded the president for years to blame big corporations for price increases. He is finally doing so, in the grocery aisle.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Supreme Court to Hear Free Speech Challenges to Social Media Laws
The tech industry argues that laws in Florida and Texas, prompted by conservative complaints about censorship, violate the First Amendment. The court's decision could fundamentally alter the nature of speech on the internet.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Republican Opposition to Birth Control Bill Could Alienate Voters, Poll Finds
A survey conducted by Americans for Contraception shows the overwhelming popularity of birth control, and suggests voters are primed to punish Republicans for opposing a measure to protect access to it.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

The War in Gaza Turned This Longtime Michigan Democrat Against Biden
She knows the stakes. She loathes Donald Trump. But Terry Ahwal says she won't back President Biden in November.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Three Theories for Why Trump's Primary Results Are Not Matching Expectations
He has underperformed the polls in each of the first three contests.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Ronna McDaniel, the R.N.C.'s Top Official, Plans to Step Down on March 8
Donald Trump has publicly backed a new leader, Michael Whatley, to replace her, as the former president continues to tighten his grip on the Republican Party.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

Supreme Court to Consider Social Media Laws From Texas and Florida
The tech industry argues that laws in Florida and Texas, prompted by conservative complaints about censorship, violate the First Amendment. The court's decision could fundamentally alter the nature of speech on the internet.

New York Times Politics
Feb 26, 2024

As the Election Comes Into Focus, Pressure Builds in the West Wing
The presidency has always been a pressure cooker, but some in the Biden administration see wars, age, family stress and another race against Donald J. Trump combining with unusual force.

New York Times Politics
Feb 25, 2024

Spending Impasse Persists Amid G.O.P. Resistance as Partial Shutdown Looms
With Republicans insisting on adding right-wing policy measures to spending bills, lawmakers are running out of time to strike a deal to avert a partial government shutdown before a deadline of Friday at midnight.

New York Times Politics
Feb 25, 2024

Months After Backing Haley, Koch Network Suspends Support for Her Campaign
The group's chief executive wrote in an email to staff on Sunday that it would now focus on House and Senate races.

New York Times Politics
Feb 25, 2024

Man Sets Himself On Fire Outside Israeli Embassy in Washington, Police Say
The man was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.

New York Times Politics
Feb 25, 2024

Republicans Struggle to Respond as Democrats Emphasize the Alabama IVF Ruling
A decision in Alabama's Supreme Court, which pointed to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, has rocked presidential and congressional campaigns.

New York Times Politics
Feb 25, 2024

Nikki Haley Turns to Michigan Ahead of Tuesday's Primary
Ms. Haley has rallies planned in Detroit and Grand Rapids ahead of G.O.P. contests that begin Tuesday.

New York Times Politics
Feb 25, 2024

A Contest Winner Can Join RFK Jr. at Sea
The pastime of sailing is distinctly intertwined with the Kennedys.

New York Times Politics
Feb 25, 2024

After South Carolina, Trump's March to the Nomination Quickens
The former president shows no sign of being shaken from his controlling position in the G.O.P. — not in 2024, and not in the foreseeable future.

New York Times Politics
Feb 25, 2024

Supreme Court to Decide How the First Amendment Applies to Social Media
Challenges to laws in Florida and Texas meant to protect conservative viewpoints are likely to yield a major constitutional ruling on tech platforms' free speech rights.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Delegate Math and the Futility of Haley's Challenge to Trump
It's not the final vote count in South Carolina that explains why the race might end so quickly. It's the delegate count.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

In South Carolina, Haley and Trump Changed Their Tune
Nikki Haley's fortitude after losing her home state on Saturday looked more like stubborn grit and determination than upbeat confidence. Donald J. Trump didn't even mention her, let alone insult her.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Nikki Haley Vows to Stay in the Race After Losing to Trump in South Carolina
Striking a more serious tone, Ms. Haley said she would continue her campaign despite a heavy defeat to Donald Trump in South Carolina, her home state.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Nikki Haley Forges Ahead Despite Another Loss: ‘I Am a Woman of My Word'
Striking a more serious tone, Ms. Haley said she would continue her campaign despite a heavy defeat to Donald Trump in South Carolina, her home state.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Haley's Loss to Trump in South Carolina Fuels More Doubts About Her Viability
Donald Trump swept yet another early nominating contest, delivering Nikki Haley a crushing home-state loss at the hands of voters who were arguably the most familiar with her politics.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

5 Takeaways From Trump's Big Win Over Nikki Haley in South Carolina
Ms. Haley campaigned more aggressively. She spent more on television advertisements. She raked in more money. She lost decisively.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Haley's Traditional Campaign Was No Match Against Trump in South Carolina
Some campaign professionals wonder if playing it safe was ever going to shake up the race.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Kristi Noem and Vivek Ramaswamy Are CPAC's Choices for Trump's Running Mate
The conservative gathering's straw poll is hardly predictive, but it can show which way political winds are gusting on the far right.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Trump is the overwhelming front-runner in South Carolina. Here's the latest.


New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Prominent Republican Seeks to Shield the Party From Paying Trump's Legal Bills
Henry Barbour, a veteran R.N.C. member, is mounting a long-shot bid to keep the former president from taking control of the committee in order to block it from paying for his lawsuits.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

South Carolina GOP Primary: What to Watch For and What to Know
Nikki Haley trails Donald J. Trump by wide margins in her home state. Here are the things worth watching.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

U.S. and British Warplanes Again Strike Houthi-Linked Targets in Yemen
The Iran-backed group, which has been targeting global shipping routes, has proved especially difficult for the United States and its allies to restrain.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

At CPAC, Trump Invokes Clashing Visions of America's Future
He used his speech to focus on a general-election contest between him and President Biden, not once mentioning his main Republican rival, Nikki Haley.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

South Carolina Primary: When to Expect Results
During the Democratic primary earlier this month, nearly all ballots had been counted by 10:45 p.m. Eastern time.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

This Man Paid $9,000 for a Pair of Donald Trump Sneakers
Roman Sharf is one of the watch world's best known dealers. Compared to the Patek on his wrist, the shoes were cheap.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Trump Says Indictments, and His Mug Shot, Are Helping Him With Black Voters
In a speech to the Black Conservative Federation, former President Donald J. Trump made express overtures to Black voters, whom he and his campaign are eager to win over.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

In Speech at CPAC, Trump Will Outline a Thriving U.S. Amid a Second Term
Former President Donald J. Trump has so far largely campaigned on a dark vision of the United States under President Biden. A speech on Saturday will take a different approach.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

How to Vote in South Carolina
If you voted in the Democratic primary this month, you can't vote in the Republican one, too.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

If Trump Drives Haley From the Race, What Will Her Voters Do in November?
Her supporters tend to be moderate and college educated — precisely the type of voters who have helped decide recent presidential races. We spoke with nearly 40 to see where they're leaning.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Fact-Checking Trump and Haley's War of Words
Nikki Haley and her onetime boss, former President Donald J. Trump, have used false and misleading claims about polls and tax proposals while exchanging jabs on the campaign trail.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

As Medicaid Shrinks, Clinics for the Poor Are Trying to Survive
The end of a pandemic-era policy that barred states from pushing people off Medicaid is threatening the financial stability of the U.S. safety net.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

Trump Says His Indictments Are Helping Him Attract Black Voters
In a speech to the Black Conservative Federation, former President Donald J. Trump made express overtures to Black voters, whom he and his campaign are eager to win over.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

What to Watch in the South Carolina G.O.P. Primary
Nikki Haley trails Donald J. Trump by wide margins in her home state. Here are the things worth watching.

New York Times Politics
Feb 24, 2024

South Carolina GOP Primary: What to Watch
Nikki Haley trails Donald J. Trump by wide margins in her home state. Here are the things worth watching.

New York Times Politics
Feb 23, 2024

The Race Trump Can't Disappear Behind
Donald Trump is creating hurdles his allies wish he would avoid.

New York Times Politics
Feb 23, 2024

Blinken Says New Israeli Settlements in West Bank Are Illegal, Reversing Trump Policy
Mr. Blinken said he was disappointed with the announcement from Israel's finance minister of plans for thousands of new residences in Palestinian territories.

New York Times Politics
Feb 23, 2024

Trump Says He Supports IVF After Alabama Ruling and Calls for Legal Protection
The Alabama Supreme Court ruling highlighted divisions in the Republican Party between staunch abortion opponents who say life begins at conception and those who want to protect in vitro fertilization treatments.

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