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New York Times Politics
Jul 05, 2022

Veterans of Carter-Era Inflation Warn That Biden Has Few Tools to Tame Prices
President Biden and Democrats face political peril as costs keep rising and midterm elections loom.

New York Times Politics
Jul 05, 2022

Will the Abortion Debate Keep Moderate Women in the Democrats' Camp?
Worried about inflation and dissatisfied with President Biden, many moderate women have been drifting away from Democrats. Now the party hopes the fight for abortion rights will drive them back.

New York Times Politics
Jul 05, 2022

Nuclear Power Gets New Push in U.S., Winning Converts
With challenges in meeting clean energy goals and new electricity demands, politicians in both parties seek to prolong and even expand reactor use.

New York Times Politics
Jul 05, 2022

Has Biden's Top Diplomat in Mexico Gone Too Far, Officials Ask?
Administration officials fear that the U.S. ambassador's cozy relationship with the Mexican president has backfired, and may be setting back American interests in the region.

New York Times Politics
Jul 04, 2022

Clifford L. Alexander, Adviser to Presidents, Is Dead at 88
He was the first Black secretary of the Army — just one of many jobs, both high- and low-profile, that he held over nearly 20 years in government.

New York Times Politics
Jul 04, 2022

Where the Risks of Pregnancy Meet Abortion Laws and Health Care
Even before the wave of abortion bans, medical treatment and advice for pregnancy has largely focused on fetal safety over the mother's.

New York Times Politics
Jul 04, 2022

Army Bases That Honor Confederate Traitors Could Soon Be Renamed
The names "embody the best of the United States Army and America," a commission established by Congress wrote in announcing its choices.

New York Times Politics
Jul 04, 2022

Army Bases That Honor Confederate Traitors Could Soon Be Renamed for These Heroes
The names "embody the best of the United States Army and America," a commission established by Congress wrote in announcing its choices.

New York Times Politics
Jul 03, 2022

New Insights Into Trump's State of Mind on Jan. 6 Chip Away at Doubts
Former President Donald J. Trump has weathered scandals by keeping his intentions under wraps, but recent testimony paints a stark portrait of a man willing to do almost anything to hang onto power.

New York Times Politics
Jul 03, 2022

In Ukraine, U.S. Veterans Step In Where the Military Will Not
Special Operations veterans are training Ukrainians near the front lines in the fight against Russia, despite warnings from the Pentagon.

New York Times Politics
Jul 03, 2022

Justice Dept. Braces for Summer of Violent Crime
Top officials at the department met with prosecutors and the local police in Philadelphia in an effort to help cities prepare for a hot-weather crime wave marked by the Fourth of July.

New York Times Politics
Jul 03, 2022

Justice Department Braces for Rise in Violent Crime
Top officials at the department met with prosecutors and the local police in Philadelphia in an effort to help cities prepare for a hot-weather crime wave marked by the Fourth of July.

New York Times Politics
Jul 03, 2022

76 Fake Charities Shared a Mailbox. The I.R.S. Approved Them All.
The tax agency is the gatekeeper for America's charity system, but reduced vetting has opened the door to scams.

New York Times Politics
Jul 03, 2022

76 Fake Charities Shared a Mailbox. The I.R.S. Kept Approving More.
The tax agency is the gatekeeper for America's charity system, but reduced vetting has opened the door to scams.

New York Times Politics
Jul 02, 2022

Supreme Court Marshal Asks Officials to End Protests at Justices' Homes
One official criticized the request, saying that the federal government was primarily responsible for ensuring the safety of justices and their families.

New York Times Politics
Jul 02, 2022

Post-Roe, Women Discover How Their Employer Influences Abortion Access
After the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, many women are discovering that their employer can shape major decisions in their lives even more than it did a week ago.

New York Times Politics
Jul 02, 2022

Spurred by the Supreme Court, a Nation Divides Along a Red-Blue Axis
On abortion, climate change, guns and much more, two Americas — one liberal, one conservative — are moving in opposite directions.

New York Times Politics
Jul 02, 2022

When Where You Work Determines if You Can Get an Abortion
After the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, many women are discovering that their employer can shape major decisions in their lives even more than it did a week ago.

New York Times Politics
Jul 02, 2022

Seeing Norma: The Conflicted Life of the Woman at the Center of Roe v. Wade
Norma McCorvey, the plaintiff in the case that made abortion legal, struggled with her role. Her personal papers offer insight into her life, her thinking — and her continued relevance.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

Trump Eyes Early 2024 Announcement as Jan. 6 Scrutiny Intensifies
Donald Trump has accelerated his campaign planning, hoping a White House bid will blunt a series of damaging revelations. Some Republicans are worried.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

The Perils of Slow Vote-Counting and Delayed Election Results
Slow vote counts were the bane of the 2020 elections, inviting bogus fraud charges. But they're not going away anytime soon.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

Jan. 6 Witness Anthony Ornato Is at the Center of a Battle Over Credibility
Mr. Ornato, who was Donald Trump's deputy chief of staff for operations, has become a key figure in a dispute over testimony from the Jan. 6 committee's star witness.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

Advanced U.S. Arms Make a Mark in Ukraine War, Officials Say
The powerful and highly mobile weapons systems, which can fire guided rockets with a range of 40 miles, are desperately needed in the battle for eastern Ukraine.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

Biden Will Award Medal of Freedom to Simone Biles, John McCain and Others
The medal, the nation's highest civilian award, will go to barrier-breaking figures as well as prominent political veterans.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

New York Moves to Enshrine Abortion Rights in State Constitution
The Equal Rights Amendment prohibits discrimination against anyone based on race, ethnicity, national origin, disability or sex — specifically sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and pregnancy.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

The 20-Somethings Who Help the 70-Somethings Run Washington
The story of Cassidy Hutchinson, who became the first Trump White House aide to testify publicly in the Jan. 6 inquiry, showed the outsize influence of youngsters in the nation's capital.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

New Zealand Designates Proud Boys a Terrorist Group
The far-right Proud Boys are not known to operate in the country, but the designation makes it illegal for New Zealanders to support them.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

What the Supreme Court's Abortion Ruling Could Mean for the Midterms
What will happen in the midterms? How are state-by-state battles unfolding? What about the Supreme Court's legitimacy? We spoke with Kate Zernike, a Times reporter who has been covering the abortion debate.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

Who Will Help Care for Texas' Post-Roe Babies?
Even some anti-abortion adherents say Texas is failing families left impoverished by its war against abortion.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

How Overturning Roe v Wade Will Impact Texas Families
Even some anti-abortion adherents say Texas is failing families left impoverished by its war against abortion.

New York Times Politics
Jul 01, 2022

Russia Hints at Linking Griner's Case to Fate of ‘Merchant of Death'
Viktor Bout, a Russian arms dealer, is serving a 25-year prison sentence in the United States.

New York Times Politics
Jun 30, 2022

A 30,000-Foot View of the Abortion Ruling's Political Fallout
What will happen in the midterms? How are state-by-state battles unfolding? What about the Supreme Court's legitimacy? We spoke with Kate Zernike, a Times reporter who has been covering the abortion debate.

New York Times Politics
Jun 30, 2022

Supreme Court to Hear Case on State Legislatures' Power Over Elections
The case, about a North Carolina voting map, has the potential to amplify the influence of state lawmakers over federal elections.

New York Times Politics
Jun 30, 2022

F.D.A. Says Next Covid Boosters Should Target Omicron Subvariants
The decision was an acknowledgment that the current shots may no longer be as protective for at least some Americans by the time a possible fall or winter surge arrives.

New York Times Politics
Jun 30, 2022

At Jan. 6 Hearing, Cassidy Hutchinson's Muted Tones Spoke Loud and Clear
At a surprise session of the Jan. 6 hearings, Cassidy Hutchinson calibrated her appearance to keep us listening.

New York Times Politics
Jun 30, 2022

Ketanji Brown Jackson Becomes First Black Female Supreme Court Justice
Her confirmation comes as the newly expanded conservative majority moves to give states more control.

New York Times Politics
Jun 30, 2022

Ketanji Brown Jackson Becomes First Black Woman Supreme Court Justice
Her confirmation comes as the newly expanded conservative majority moves to give states more control over things like abortion and energy policy.

New York Times Politics
Jun 30, 2022

The F.D.A. Recommends Covid Boosters Incorporate the Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5
Those subvariants are now estimated to account for more than half of new virus cases in the United States.

New York Times Politics
Jun 30, 2022

Supreme Court Sides With Biden's Efforts to End ‘Remain in Mexico' Program
The program, adopted during the Trump administration, requires some migrants to wait in Mexico while their cases are heard.

New York Times Politics
Jun 30, 2022

Pessimism about the economy is growing, a U.S. poll shows.
Roughly half of those surveyed say they are worse off financially than a year ago, and most disapprove of President Biden's handling of inflation.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Liz Cheney Calls Trump ‘a Domestic Threat That We Have Never Faced Before'
In a forceful speech, the congresswoman also denounced Republican leaders who had "made themselves willing hostages to this dangerous and irrational man."

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Pat Cipollone, Trump's White House Counsel
Mr. Cipollone, who repeatedly fought extreme plans to overturn the election, had resisted publicly testifying to the panel.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Fauci, Recovering From ‘Rebound' of Covid, Praises Paxlovid
Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Biden's top pandemic adviser, sought to discourage doubts about the antiviral drug Paxlovid following what appeared to be a "rebound" of Covid-19 after taking the pills.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Hutchinson Testimony Exposes Tensions Between Parallel Jan. 6 Inquiries
That the House panel did not provide the Justice Department with transcripts of Cassidy Hutchinson's interviews speaks to the panel's reluctance to turn over evidence.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Testimony Paints Mark Meadows as Unwilling to Act as Jan. 6 Unfolded
Cassidy Hutchinson, a former aide to Mr. Meadows, the White House chief of staff in the Trump administration, described him as scrolling through his phone as rioters approached the Capitol.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Heated Debate Erupts Over What Happened Inside Trump's Vehicle on Jan. 6
Explosive testimony by Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House aide, has raised questions about President Donald J. Trump's actions on the day of the Capitol riot.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

A Republican Insider Studies His Burned Bridges and a Combustible G.O.P.
Tim Miller fled Republican politics, disgusted with the party's direction under Donald Trump. Now he has written a memoir that is as much a warning as it is a searing exploration of his own shame and regrets.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel Explores Links Between Trump Allies and Extremist Groups
Cassidy Hutchinson, the former White House aide, testified that the former president directed his chief of staff to reach out to Michael Flynn and Roger Stone, who had ties to the Oath Keepers and the Proud Boys.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Michael Stenger, Ousted Senate Sergeant-at-Arms, Dies at 71
As the chief law enforcement officer of the Senate, he did not seek the National Guard's help in advance of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Key Questions Cassidy Hutchinson's Jan. 6 Testimony Raises
The former White House aide's appearance before the House Jan. 6 committee raised a host of issues sure to be topics of further inquiry.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Missouri Enacts Strict New Voter Rules and Will Switch to Caucuses
A new photo ID requirement is the latest in a Republican-controlled state. The law also does away with the state's presidential primaries in favor of a series of caucuses.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Supreme Court Narrows Ruling for Native American Tribes in Oklahoma
The decision followed a landmark 2020 decision that said much of eastern Oklahoma falls within an Indian reservation, limiting the authority of state prosecutors.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

First Amendment Confrontation May Loom in Post-Roe Fight
Without a federal right to abortion, questions about how states can regulate speech about it suddenly become much murkier.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Trump's Endorsement Record Midway Through Primary Season
Former President Donald J. Trump's endorsement has helped propel some candidates to victory, but he's also had some notable defeats.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Key Questions Posed by Cassidy Hutchinson's Testimony
The former White House aide's appearance before the House Jan. 6 committee raised a host of issues sure to be topics of further inquiry.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Supreme Court Narrows Ruling for Tribes in Oklahoma
The decision followed a landmark 2020 ruling that said much of eastern Oklahoma falls within Indian reservation lands, limiting the authority of state prosecutors.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Powell Says the Fed Wil Find Price Stability in a New Economy
The Federal Reserve chair spoke at a conference in Sintra, Portugal alongside other global economic leaders.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

The Vanishing Moderate Democrat
Their positions are popular. So why are they going extinct?

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

A Drive to St. Michaels Leads to Historical Homes and Bay Views
The waterfront town on Maryland's Eastern Shore provides a timeless getaway for nature seekers and admirers of early American history and architecture.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Five Takeaways From Tuesday's Elections
Democratic interference in Republican primaries paid off in some places but not others, election-denying candidates were halted in Colorado, and incumbents proved their staying power.

New York Times Politics
Jun 29, 2022

Who Won and Who Lost in Tuesday's Primary Elections
Gov. Kathy Hochul of New York will face Representative Lee Zeldin this fall. Two Trump-endorsed candidates won key primaries in Illinois. Here's what else happened.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Illinois Governor's Race Shows G.O.P.'s Lurch to Right (With Nudge From Left)
Democrats meddled to boost State Senator Darren Bailey in the G.O.P. primary for Illinois governor. But efforts to elevate far-right candidates in Colorado fizzled.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Tina Peters Loses the G.O.P. Primary for Colorado Secretary of State
Ms. Peters, who has become a celebrity in far-right circles, was beaten by Ms. Anderson, a longtime election official who has been a vocal opponent of misinformation about the 2020 contest.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Darren Bailey Will Be the Republican Nominee for Illinois Governor
Mr. Bailey overcame a well-funded rival backed by the state's Republican leaders with some unusual help: tens of millions of dollars from Gov. J.B. Pritzker, a billionaire Democrat.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

A President Untethered
In the final, frenzied days of his administration, Donald J. Trump's behavior turned increasingly volatile as he smashed dishware and lunged at his own Secret Service agent, according to testimony.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Trump Aides Watch Testimony and Brace for Damage
A "stunning two hours" raises fears of political and legal consequences for the former president.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

F.D.A. Advisers Recommend Updated Boosters Targeting Forms of Omicron
The move came as new federal estimates showed two subvariants made up more than half of new U.S. cases. But it is possible the virus might evolve yet again by the fall.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Trump Urged Armed Supporters to Capitol, White House Aide Testifies
Cassidy Hutchinson told the House committee investigating the riot that President Donald J. Trump did not care about the potential for violence because his supporters were not there to attack him.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Donald Trump: A President Untethered
In the final, frenzied days of his administration, Donald J. Trump's behavior turned increasingly volatile as he smashed dishware and lunged at his own Secret Service agent, according to testimony.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Cassidy Hutchinson's Testimony Highlights Legal Risks for Trump
The former White House aide's revelations about Jan. 6 chipped away at any potential defense that Donald J. Trump was merely expressing well-founded views about election fraud.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

The Jan. 6 Committee Produces a Very Special Episode
At a surprise appearance, a White House aide tells a jaw-dropping story of broken dishes and fragile democracy.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

John Fetterman's Campaign After His Stroke: Memes and Mockery
As he recovers from a stroke, the Democratic Senate nominee in Pennsylvania is running a virtual campaign of online memes and withering mockery of his opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Biden's Health Secretary: ‘No Magic Bullet' for Preserving Abortion Access
With the White House under pressure to push back on the Supreme Court's abortion ruling, the health secretary unveiled steps aimed at preserving access to abortion.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Rudy Giuliani at Center of Georgia's Trump Investigation
Of all the legal threats Rudy Giuliani faces, the criminal inquiry into efforts to reverse the 2020 Georgia election may be the most dire.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Utah: How to Vote, Where to Vote and What's on the Ballot
Here is a handy, last-minute guide to help get you through Election Day.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

A White House aide testified that Trump ordered security lifted on Jan. 6 though the crowd was heavily armed.
Cassidy Hutchinson told the House committee investigating the riot that former President Donald J. Trump did not care about the potential for violence because his supporters were not there to attack him.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

F.D.A. Panel Grappling Over If Next Generation Vaccines Should Target Omicron
The expert panel will vote on whether the vaccines should be reformulated to target Omicron or its some of its subvariants, BA.4 and BA.5, which have become now dominant among new U.S. virus cases.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

The Man Helping Drive the Investigation Into Trump's Push to Keep Power
Thomas Windom, a little-known federal prosecutor, is overseeing key elements of the Justice Department's intensifying investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 election results.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

‘No Magic Bullet' for Preserving Abortion Access, Biden's Health Secretary Says
With the White House under pressure to push back on the Supreme Court ruling on abortion, Xavier Becerra unveiled several steps aimed at protecting access to the procedure.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

New York: How to vote, where to vote and what's on the ballot.
Here is a handy, last-minute guide to help get you through Election Day.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

N.Y. Primary: How to Vote and What's on the Ballot
Here is a handy, last-minute guide to help get you through Election Day.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Thomas Windom Is Helping Drive the Investigation Into Trump's Push to Keep Power
Thomas Windom, a little-known federal prosecutor, is overseeing key elements of the Justice Department's intensifying investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 election results.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

As Republicans push back on aid for vaccines, congressional Democrats point fingers over the next steps.
After a deal was seemingly struck in March, Congress has not agreed on where the money will come from or who will move next.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Utah: How to vote, where to vote and what's on the ballot.


New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Illinois: How to Vote, Where to Vote and What's on the Ballot
Here is a handy, last-minute guide to help get you through Election Day.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Colorado: How to vote, Where to Vote and What's on the Ballot
Colorado conducts its elections mainly by mail. Here's what else to know.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Oklahoma: How to Vote and What's on the Ballot
Here's a last-minute guide to voting in the state's primary elections.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

When Brazil Banned Abortion Pills, Women Turned to Drug Traffickers
With Roe v. Wade overturned, states banning abortion are looking to prevent the distribution of abortion medication. Brazil shows the possible consequences.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Cassidy Hutchinson, Meadows Aide, Expected to Testify at Jan. 6 Hearing
Cassidy Hutchinson, who has provided the committee with important testimony behind closed doors, is expected to testify publicly on Tuesday afternoon.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

F.D.A. Panel Meeting for Discussion If Next Generation Vaccines Should Target Omicron
The expert panel will vote at the end of the daylong meeting on whether the vaccines should be reformulated to target Omicron or one of its subvariants, BA.4 and BA.5.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

F.D.A. Panel to Consider If Next Generation Vaccines Should Target Omicron
The expert panel will vote at the end of the daylong meeting on whether the vaccines should be reformulated to target Omicron or one of its subvariants, BA.4 and BA.5.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Democrats Press the White House for a More Assertive Response to Roe's Fall
The initial response by President Biden and other Democratic leaders to the overturning of Roe struck many Democrats as painfully inadequate.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

When Abortion Pills Were Banned in Brazil, Women Turned to Drug Traffickers
With Roe v. Wade overturned, states banning abortion are looking to prevent the distribution of abortion medication. Brazil shows the possible consequences.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

In Illinois, MAGA Congresswoman Rallies to Oust Her G.O.P. Colleague
The primary contest between Republican Representatives Mary Miller and Rodney Davis has pitted a hard-right figure styling herself in Trump's image against a traditional, pragmatic conservative.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

Gov. Abbott Has Made Immigration Central to His Re-Election Campaign
The governor has boasted of his tough stance against migrants, but his policies have failed to slow the number of people crossing the border.

New York Times Politics
Jun 28, 2022

What to Watch in Tuesday's Primaries
Illinois, Colorado, Mississippi and Utah are the settings for suspenseful contests at the federal and state level. New York voters will choose candidates for governor and lieutenant governor, and Oklahoma is holding a special primary election for the Senate.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2022

Ed Gonzalez, Biden's Long-Stalled Nominee to Lead ICE, Withdraws
His 14-month nomination was ensnared by immigration politics and allegations of domestic abuse, and his departure is another blow to the Biden administration on an issue where it has struggled.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2022

Mitch McConnell's Court Delivers
While Democrats seethe, the Senate Republican leader sees the fruits of his efforts to install an aggressive conservative majority on the Supreme Court.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2022

A Couple's Long Journey in the Anti-Abortion Movement
As the fall of Roe v. Wade rocked the country, Carrie and Roger Severino celebrated the realization of decades of work that has been complicated in recent years by health challenges.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2022

Republican Yesli Vega Falsely Suggests Rape Victims Are Unlikely to Get Pregnant
Yesli Vega won a Republican primary last week to take on Representative Abigail Spanberger, a Democrat, in Virginia.

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