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New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

Two Women Who Heard E. Jean Carroll's Account of Being Attacked by Trump Go Public
The women, Carol Martin and Lisa Birnbach, said Ms. Carroll confided in them in the 1990s. The president has denied sexually assaulting her.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

The Supreme Court Is Due to Rule on Gerrymandering. What's That?
Here's what you need to know about the legal battle over the rigging of district maps to entrench a governing party's political power.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

The Census, Citizenship and the Supreme Court: What You Need to Know
An attack on immigrants or a need to protect minority voters? Justices are set to rule on whether a citizenship question can be added to the 2020 census.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

Who Won the First Debate? Experts on the Left and Right Weigh In
Elizabeth Warren delivered on expectations, while Julián Castro made a big splash.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

Heading to G20, Trump Once Again Assails America's Friends
President Trump complained that Japan would sit back if the United States were attacked and watch "on a Sony television." He also assailed Germany and India.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

At G20, Trump Seeks Fresh Start With Putin After End of Mueller Inquiry
President Trump's advisers hope to use the session to pivot the relationship toward arms control, a paradoxical priority given the administration's recent moves to dismantle treaties.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

Full Transcript: Night 1 of the Democratic Presidential Debates
Read the transcript from Night One of the Democratic presidential debate.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

7 Takeaways from the First Democratic Debate
Julián Castro excelled, Elizabeth Warren went from big factor at first to non-factor at times, and Cory Booker and Beto O'Rourke spoke the most but didn't create singularly memorable moments.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

Debate Night 1: The ‘On Politics' Breakdown
What we learned from the first debate of the 2020 presidential race.

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

There Were 3 Women Onstage, and a Man Had a Lot to Say About His Work on Abortion
When Gov. Jay Inslee boasted of being "the only candidate here who has passed a law protecting a woman's right of reproductive health," Senator Amy Klobuchar couldn't help but point out that "there's three women up here."

New York Times Politics
Jun 27, 2019

Klobuchar Reminds the Men Onstage: Women Know Something About Abortion, Too
When Gov. Jay Inslee boasted of being "the only candidate here who has passed a law protecting a woman's right of reproductive health," Senator Amy Klobuchar couldn't help but point out that "there's three women up here."

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Transcript: Night 1 of the Democratic Primary Debates
Read the transcript from Night One of the Democratic primary debate.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Democratic Debate Highlights: Candidates Make Forceful Cases for Progressive Policies
The first NBC primary debate was moderated by Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie, José Díaz-Balart, Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Cory Booker on Criminal Justice Reform
Mr. Booker, a senator from New Jersey, has made numerous proposals to overhaul the justice system, including one that was signed into law.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

NBC's Technical Difficulties Lead to an Awkward Pause in the Democratic Debate
Chuck Todd told the audience that the microphones of the previous moderators were still live, scrambling the audio feed.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Democrats Diverge on Economy and Immigration in First Debate
Elizabeth Warren set the tone for the party's progressive wing, but others among the 10 candidates were more cautious, and proposed solutions sometimes broke along ideological lines.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Photo of Migrants Shocks, but Congress Stalls on Border Aid
A photo of a migrant father and his 23-month-old daughter appeared to crystallize the human tragedy at the border, and it was everywhere — on cable, the internet and on the Senate floor.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Jay Inslee on Climate Change
The governor of Washington has made climate change his campaign's singular focus, going so far as to call for a climate debate.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Democratic Debate Live Updates: If Elected, What Would Candidates Do on Day 1?
At the beginning of the second hour of the debate, Chuck Todd of "Meet the Press" and Rachel Maddow of MSNBC take over moderating duties.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Fact-Checking Night 1 of the 2020 Democratic Debates
New York Times reporters are following the exchanges and providing context around the candidates' claims.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Cory Booker on Gun Control
Mr. Booker, a senator from New Jersey, has put forth a 14-part plan, the most notable piece of which is a gun-licensing program.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Beto O'Rourke on Immigration
Mr. O'Rourke, a former congressman from Texas, seeks to undo the Trump administration's work at the border with his own immigration plan.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Julián Castro on Immigration
Mr. Castro, a former housing secretary and San Antonio mayor, was the first Democratic candidate in the 2020 campaign to release an immigration plan.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

John Delaney on Universal Health Care
Mr. Delaney, a former congressman from Maryland, argues his proposal would guarantee universal coverage without forcing people to use a government health plan.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Tim Ryan on Manufacturing Jobs
Mr. Ryan, a congressman from a working-class district in Ohio, wants to create jobs in places whose economies have long depended on the auto industry.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Jay Inslee on Job Creation
The governor of Washington believes that proper investment in a clean energy economy will create 8 million well-paying jobs.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Live Updates From Tonight's First Democratic Debate
A history-making moment for women, a hard-to-recognize presidential candidate and visits to a center for migrant children.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Bill de Blasio on Income Inequality
Many of Mr. de Blasio's accomplishments as mayor of New York City are tied to closing the wealth gap.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Tulsi Gabbard on Foreign Policy and War
Ms. Gabbard, a congresswoman from Hawaii, has railed against "regime change wars" and warned of a nuclear arms race.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Gabbard and Buttigieg on Their Military Service
Representative Tulsi Gabbard served two combat tours in the Middle East, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg was deployed to Afghanistan as with the Navy. They often cite their service.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Elizabeth Warren on Breaking Up Big Tech
Ms. Warren seeks to break up companies like Amazon, Google, Apple and Facebook. And she has taken her fight to Silicon Valley.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Amy Klobuchar on Her Record and Bipartisanship
Ms. Klobuchar, a senator from Minnesota, has focused on issues that can attract bipartisan support.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Debate Night: Join The Times's Live Chat
Join Lisa Lerer and other Times reporters as they chat live about what's happening in the first Democratic debate.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

In New Turf War, Treasury Dept. Seeks Control of Secret Service
Steven Mnuchin has been lobbying President Trump to support moving oversight of the agency from the Department of Homeland Security.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Live Updates Ahead of Tonight's First Democratic Debate
A history-making moment for women, a hard-to-recognize presidential candidate and visits to a center for migrant children.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Senate Approves $4.6 Billion Bill for Border With Fewer Restrictions
The Republican-controlled Senate rejected a House border bill that reined in Trump immigration policies, then passed its own version with few strings attached.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Weeks of Talks Led a Reluctant Mueller to Testify
Mr. Trump repeated false accusations that the special counsel had destroyed text messages by F.B.I. officials critical of the president.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

The First Democratic Debate: The Scene in Miami, and More
Which presidential candidate went unrecognized at the debate site? And which of the 10 Democrats has the best chance of standing out tonight?

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

U.S. Economic Conference Shows Few Signs of Enticing Palestinians
A White House conference aimed at showing the Palestinians the economic benefits of the future Trump peace plan was shunned by most Palestinians.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

In Bahrain, Gaza Is Pitched as a ‘Hot I.P.O.' Many Palestinians Aren't Buying It.
A White House conference aimed at showing the Palestinians the economic benefits of the future Trump peace plan was shunned by most Palestinians.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Canada Signals a Willingness to Challenge Trump on His Clean-Car Rollback
By signing a clean-car deal with California, Canadia inserted itself into the high-profile battle over Mr. Trump's weakening of rules to fight climate change.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

With Rare Comity, Senate Panel Advances Bills to Lower Health Costs
The Senate health committee approved a suite of bills to address rising health costs — including surprise medical bills and prescription drug prices — and raise the legal smoking age.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

?Wednesday's Democratic Debate: When Is It and What to Watch For
Everything you need to know about the presidential primary debate on NBC.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Here Are the Lineups for the First 2020 Democratic Debates
Elizabeth Warren will be in the center on Wednesday night, next to Beto O'Rourke. Does positioning matter? Decide for yourself.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Here Is the Lineup for the First 2020 Democratic Debates
Elizabeth Warren will be in the center on Wednesday night, next to Beto O'Rourke. Does positioning matter? Decide for yourself.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Steve Bullock, Locked Out of the Debate, Sees a Path Forward in the 2020 Race
Mr. Bullock, the governor of Montana, is trying to make the most of his failure to qualify, holding televised events on both days of the debate.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Senate Approves $4.6 Billion for Border With Fewer Restrictions
The Republican-controlled Senate rejected a House border bill that reined in Trump immigration policies, then passed its own version with few strings attached.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Here Is the Lineup for the Democratic Debates
Elizabeth Warren will be in the center on Wednesday night, next to Beto O'Rourke. Does positioning matter? Decide for yourself.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Reddit Restricts Pro-Trump Forum Because of Threats
The subreddit The_Donald was "quarantined" for threats of violence toward police officers and politicians in Oregon.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Bill Wehrum, an Author of Trump Administration's Pro-Coal Rules, to Leave E.P.A.
The official, William L. Wehrum, helped to write Trump administration rules weakening climate change protections and supporting the coal industry.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Reddit Restricts Pro-Trump Community Because of Threats
The forum The_Donald was "quarantined" for threats of violence toward police officers and politicians in Oregon.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Senate Approves $4.6 Billion for Border With Few Restrictions
The Republican-controlled Senate rejected a House border bill that reined in Trump immigration policies, then passed its own version with few strings attached.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

How 21 Democratic Candidates Answered Our Questions Before the Debates
Which candidates believe the next president can stop climate change? How do they see the future of health care, handguns, the Supreme Court and other issues? Here's a quick look at their answers.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Supreme Court Strikes Down Tennessee Liquor Law
The law barred newcomers to the state from operating liquor stores. The justices based their decision on the 21st Amendment, which ended Prohibition.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

N.R.A. Shuts Down Production of NRATV, and Its No. 2 Official Resigns
The N.R.A's top lobbyist, accused of plotting against its leader, has resigned. The group has also shut down its live broadcasting arm and severed ties with its ad firm.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Trump's Inauguration: The Money Behind the Most Expensive Presidential Debut in U.S. History
Watch our new TV show from The New York Times on FX and Hulu.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Why the Democratic Takeover in New Jersey Is More Civil War Than Progressive Revolution
A chasm between Gov. Philip D. Murphy and more moderate legislators could lead to a government shutdown.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Supreme Court Limits Agency Power, a Goal of the Right
Conservatives, who have long complained that federal agencies are treated too deferentially by the courts, said the majority did not go far enough.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Trump Attacks Mueller, Repeating False Accusations
Mr. Trump repeated false accusations that the special counsel had destroyed text messages by F.B.I. officials critical of the president.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Trump's Inauguration: The Money Behind the Most Expensive Presidential Debut
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New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Trump Criticizes Megan Rapinoe Over Refusal to Visit White House
The American soccer star had used an obscenity to dismiss the idea of a White House visit if her team won the Women's World Cup.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

‘Talk Is Meaningless': Readers Tell Us What They Want From the Debates
Should the Democratic hopefuls focus on differentiating themselves from one another or stir the imagination on who's best to go against President Trump in the general election?

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Bill Wehrum, an Architect of Trump Administration's Pro-Coal Rules, to Leave E.P.A.
The official, William L. Wehrum, helped to write Trump administration rules weakening climate change protections and supporting the coal industry.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

House Panel Subpoenas Kellyanne Conway on Ethics Law Violations
A House panel voted to subpoena Kellyanne Conway after the White House blocked her from testifying about what a special counsel called her "egregious" violations of ethics law.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Trump Lashes Out After Mueller Agrees to Testify to Congress
Mr. Trump repeated false accusations that the special counsel had destroyed text messages by F.B.I. officials critical of the president.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

‘My Plan B Is Maybe My Plan A': Trump Threatens New Tariffs on China
President Trump played down the importance of securing a trade deal with Beijing on Wednesday as he prepared to meet with President Xi Jinping of China this weekend.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Where in N.Y.C. to Watch the Democratic Debates
Wednesday: Two nights of debates means two nights of watch parties across the city.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

?First Democratic Debate: When Is It and What to Watch for
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's presidential primary debate on NBC.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Celebrities Read the Mueller Report, and It's a Dark Comedy
The star-studded performance was surreal and unsubtle, but somehow fitting for a political era of tragedy-as-farce.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Trump Wants to Cut Regulations That Block New Housing
Progressives and conservatives share common goals on this issue, but the details may be harder to agree on.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

How 21 Democrats Answered Our Questions Before the Debates
Which candidates believe the next president can stop climate change? How do they see the future of health care, handguns, the Supreme Court and other issues? Here's a quick look at their answers.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Where in New York to Watch the Democratic Debates
Wednesday: Two nights of debates means two nights of watch parties across the city.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

A 2020 Cheat Sheet: How 21 Democrats Answered Our Questions Before the Debates
Which candidates believe the next president can stop climate change? How do they see the future of health care, handguns, the Supreme Court and other issues? Here's a quick look at their answers.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

It's Not So Much the Debate. It's the Days After the Debate.
Dramatic moments aren't as important as the story lines that become set in the aftermath.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

Mueller to Testify to Congress, Setting Up a Political Spectacle
Robert S. Mueller III, the former special counsel, agreed to testify on July 17, two House panels said after issuing subpoenas to compel his appearance.

New York Times Politics
Jun 26, 2019

What Happened at the Democratic Debate? Jimmy Fallon Will Let You Know
‘The Tonight Show' joins ‘The Daily Show' and other late-night programming with more live coverage of a political event than in the past.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Queens D.A. Primary Too Close to Call, as Cabán Narrowly Leads Katz
A six-way race was down to two candidates, with absentee ballots likely to decide whether Tiffany Cabán or Melinda Katz wins the Democratic nomination.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Queens D.A. Election: How Much Change Do Voters Want?
As polls for the Democratic primary closed at 9 p.m., voters chose from among six candidates who offered varying views of criminal justice reform.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Robert Mueller to Testify Before House Committees
Mr. Mueller, the special counsel, agreed to testify on July 17, two House panels said Tuesday night after issuing subpoenas to compel his appearance.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

House Approves Border Aid, Seeking to Curb Trump's Crackdown
House Democrats pushed through $4.5 billion in humanitarian aid to address the plight of migrants at the southern border, after leaders quelled a revolt.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

‘A Constant Game of Musical Chairs' Amid Another Homeland Security Shake-Up
Mark Morgan, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement acting director will lead Customs and Border Protection, administration officials said Tuesday.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

When Trump Meets With World Leaders, He Won't Be the Only One Thinking About 2020
Presidents, premiers and potentates around the globe are trying to calculate whether they can essentially wait out President Trump or whether they will have to deal with him for years to come.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Judge Rejects Government's Request to Halt Emoluments Suit Against Trump
The Justice Department criticized the ruling, which allows evidence gathering to begin on Friday. An appeal is likely.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Trump Names Stephanie Grisham, Aide to First Lady, as Sarah Sanders's Successor
Ms. Grisham joined the Trump campaign in 2015 and is one of the last remaining aides from Mr. Trump's campaign still serving in the White House.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

‘A 10-Person Debate Is a Mess': Debate Advice for Democrats, From Republicans
Ted Cruz, Chris Christie and others from the crowded, chaotic 2016 Republican race offered tips to Democrats on surviving the debate stage.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

What Will Democrats Look for in Debates? Someone They Can Imagine Onstage With Trump
Four years after Donald J. Trump blew up the expectations for how a candidate is expected to behave in a debate, he will loom over the 20 Democrats who take the stage in Miami this week.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Debates Mark the Starting Line for the Media's Race Through 2020
Millions of Americans start paying attention once the candidates start sparring on national TV, which puts a spotlight on both cringe-worthy gaffes and successful zingers.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

The Debate Stage Will Be Crowded. Ted Cruz Can Help.
Advice for the Democrats debating in Miami from Republican veterans of 2016.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Toasting Sarah Huckabee Sanders. By the Press. Really.
"You'd better not say I was here," said one White House reporter, who attended the awkward drinks at a nearby steakhouse.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

House Democrats Move to Rein In Trump's Immigration Crackdown
House Democrats pressed toward a vote on $4.5 billion in humanitarian aid to address the plight of migrants at the southern border, as leaders moved to quell a revolt.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

The Debates Are Almost Here
What we're watching for in the first debates of the 2020 primary, and a debate night bingo board (or drinking game).

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Pennsylvania Republican Party Chairman Resigns Amid Sexting Scandal
Irina Goldstein, an unsuccessful Philadelphia City Council candidate, accused Val DiGiorgio of sexual harassment.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Mark Morgan to Lead Customs and Border Protection in Latest Shake-Up During Migrant Crisis
As director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Mr. Morgan pushed for nationwide raids to deport undocumented families.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Fed Chair Powell Weighs Whether Cut Will Be Needed as Risks Loom
Mr. Powell underlined the Fed's insulation from politics and kept the door open for interest rate cuts amid trade uncertainty.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Netanyahu Presses Superpowers to Remove Iranian Forces from Syria
At a meeting of American, Israeli and Russian national security advisers, the competing regional interests were evident.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

House Adds New Policy Restrictions Ahead of Border Funding Vote
House Democrats pressed toward a vote on $4.5 billion in humanitarian aid to address the plight of migrants at the southern border, as leaders moved to quell a revolt.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Fed Chair Emphasizes Independence as Trump Attacks Persist
Fed Chairman Jerome H. Powell underlined the central bank's insulation from politics and kept the door open for interest rate cuts as uncertainties loom.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Is Cory Booker Too Nice? (And Is That Bad?)
The New Jersey senator is a gifted orator with a glittering résumé, but he often pulls back from political infighting. The debates offer him a chance to break out.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Does Cory Booker Lack the Killer Instinct? (and Is That Bad?
The New Jersey senator is a gifted orator with a glittering résumé, but he often pulls back from political infighting, and his campaign is failing to get traction.

New York Times Politics
Jun 25, 2019

Trump Names Stephanie Grisham, Aide to First Lady, as White House Press Secretary
Ms. Grisham joined the Trump campaign in 2015 and is one of the last remaining aides from Mr. Trump's campaign still serving in the White House.

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