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New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

Trump Will Address the Libertarian Convention. Some Members Are Outraged.
The Libertarian Party's invitation to former President Donald J. Trump to speak at its convention on Saturday has stirred deep tensions among leaders and delegates — and many plan to express them.

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

Biden Addresses Graduating Cadets at West Point Military Academy
President Biden's commencement address comes at a moment of military upheaval abroad, university protests at home and a looming rematch with former President Donald J. Trump.

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

Hillary Clinton Has Some Tough Words for Democrats, and for Women
In an interview for a forthcoming book, Mrs. Clinton also suggested that if Donald Trump won in November "we may never have another actual election."

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

‘Sedition Panda,' a Jan. 6 Rioter in a Costume Head, Is Convicted
Jesse James Rumson, known as Sedition Panda for the costume head he wore, was found guilty of eight charges related to his participation in the breach of the U.S. Capitol.

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

How Trump's Trial Fueled His Presidential Campaign
Donald Trump's Manhattan criminal trial has had a profound impact on the 2024 presidential race. Jonathan Swan breaks down the politics of the case, and its galvanizing effect on the Republican Party base.

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

Biden to Deliver Commencement Address at West Point Military Academy
President Biden's address comes at a moment of military upheaval abroad, university protests at home and a looming White House rematch with former President Donald J. Trump.

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

How Donald Trump Still Lives in the 1980s
The greed-is-good era was the last time his preferred public image was intact, and he's been returning there in ways large and small as he sits through his criminal trial in Manhattan.

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

Hillary Clinton on Democrats' Failures on Abortion: ‘We Could Have Done More'
In an interview for a forthcoming book, Mrs. Clinton also suggested that if Donald Trump won in November "we may never have another actual election."

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

He Threw ‘Spaghetti at the Wall' for Trump. Now He's After a Top Job.
If Donald Trump wins the presidency, Richard Grenell hopes to be secretary of state. But his work raises questions, even from his former boss.

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

Ric Grenell, Fierce Trump Loyalist, Seeks Cabinet Job as Reward
If Donald Trump wins the presidency, Richard Grenell hopes to be secretary of state. But his work raises questions, even from his former boss.

New York Times Politics
May 25, 2024

Prosecutors Seek to Bar Trump From Attacking FBI Agents in Classified Documents Case
The prosecutors said the former president had made "grossly misleading" assertions about the F.B.I.'s search of Mar-a-Lago that could endanger the agents involved.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Prosecutors Seek to Bar Trump From Attacking F.B.I. Agents in Documents Case
The prosecutors said the former president had made "grossly misleading" assertions about the F.B.I.'s search of Mar-a-Lago that could endanger the agents involved.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Lloyd Austin Undergoes Procedure Related to Bladder Issue
The Pentagon called the procedure a "minimally invasive," nonsurgical follow-up to previous treatment, and said the defense secretary had resumed his duties after temporarily handing them over.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

The Anti-Trump Republicans Worried About the Biden Campaign
Some G.O.P. Trump opponents want to hear more from the Biden campaign. It says it's on it.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

RFK Jr. and Trump Go to Battle Over Libertarian Party Voters
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made his case to the Libertarian Party convention on Friday, jumping into a fight over right-leaning, independent-minded voters.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Kennedy and Trump Go to Battle Over Libertarians
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made his case to the Libertarian Party convention on Friday, jumping into a fight over right-leaning, independent-minded voters.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

At Bronx Rally, Trump Turns to Drill Rappers Accused in Murder Plot
The joint appearance was one in a series of the former president's blunt and sometimes clumsy overtures to court Black voters, and particularly Black men.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Lloyd Austin to Undergo Procedure Related to Bladder Issue
The Pentagon called the procedure a "minimally invasive," nonsurgical follow-up to previous treatment, and said the defense secretary would temporarily turn over his duties to his deputy.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Blackstone Chief Stephen Schwarzman Says He Will Back Trump
Stephen A. Schwarzman, the billionaire co-founder and chief executive of the investment group, had previously called for a "new generation of leaders."

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Justice Sotomayor Describes Frustration With Being a Liberal on the Supreme Court
In a conversation at Harvard, the justice spoke of her despair at some of the court's decisions, but she urged optimism and a focus on future generations.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Are These Drones Too Chinese to Pass U.S. Muster in an Anti-China Moment?
U.S.-based Anzu Robotics is selling drones using technology from DJI, a Chinese firm that is the target of efforts by lawmakers to limit Chinese technology in America.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

U.A.W. Seeks a New Election at Mercedes-Benz Plants in Alabama
The union, which lost an organizing vote at two factories last week, argued to federal officials that the automaker had violated labor laws.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Robert De Niro Narrates an Anti-Trump Ad for Biden
The ad uses the actor's distinctive voice to try to remind voters of the chaos of Donald Trump's presidency and warn them about a second Trump term.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Trump's Pattern of Sowing Election Doubt Intensifies in 2024
A false, familiar claim by the former president — that the contest in which he's participating is "rigged" — has reached a fever pitch in this cycle.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Trump Warms Up to Bringing Haley ‘On Our Team in Some Form'
The former president praised Nikki Haley, once his bitter rival for the Republican nomination, a day after she said that she would vote for him.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Trump's V.P. Pageant Has an Unexpectedly Strong Contender: Tom Cotton
Donald Trump's interest in the Arkansas senator reflects a desire to choose a running mate with experience and the ability to run a disciplined campaign.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

At the Kenya State Dinner, Jill Biden Is True Blue
In Sergio Hudson, the first lady is stepping up her fashion diplomacy game.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

University Leaders Face a Long, Complex Summer
Many officials may be confronting federal investigations, disputes over student discipline — and the prospect that the protests start all over again in the fall.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

Tom Cotton Emerges as a Top Pick in Trump's VP Race
Donald Trump's interest in the Arkansas senator reflects a desire to choose a running mate with experience and the ability to run a disciplined campaign.

New York Times Politics
May 24, 2024

The Shaky Foundation of Trump's Lead: Disengaged Voters
The Biden team faces questions of its own: Why have these voters backed away from him, and can his campaign find a way to reach them?

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Obama Is a Surprise Guest Among Allies at Biden's State Dinner for Kenya
The state dinner was held in honor of the African nation, but it was clear that the night was about keeping Democratic allies close as President Biden heads into the heat of the 2024 campaign season.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

G.O.P. and Secret Service Clash Again Over Convention Protest Zone
Lawyers for the Republican National Convention asked again for the Secret Service to relocate a protest zone for the party's convention in July. The agency quickly pushed back.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

At a Trump Rally in the Bronx, Chants of ‘Build the Wall'
Speaking to a more diverse crowd than his events usually draw, Donald Trump made a series of pledges to New Yorkers and railed against President Biden and the migrant crisis.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

The Full Guest List for Biden's State Dinner With Kenya
The Bidens invited more than 450 guests, including Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Carol Moseley Braun, Melinda Gates, Lester Holt, LeVar Burton and Sean Penn.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

To Ensure Biden Is on Ohio Ballot, Governor Calls Special Legislative Session
The General Assembly had adjourned earlier this week without a solution for a procedural issue that threatened to keep President Biden off the fall ballot.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Lawmakers Dial Up Pressure on Alito to Recuse From Elections Cases
The outcry over Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. comes amid fears about whether the American public will regard the Supreme Court's rulings about Jan. 6 as fair.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

CIA Director Burns to Try Reviving Cease-Fire and Hostage Negotiations in Europe
It was unclear if negotiators from Egypt and Qatar would participate.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Biden Honors Kenya as the East African Nation Prepares to Send Forces to Haiti
President Biden welcomed President William Ruto of Kenya and said he intended to designate his country as a "major non-NATO ally."

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Border Deal Fails Again in the Senate as Democrats Seek Political Edge
Senator Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, brought up the bill, seeking to remind voters that it is Republicans who have stood in the way of a solution to the chaos at the border.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

House Candidate Who Pitched Herself as a ‘Renter' Also Owns a $1.2 Million Home
Maggie Tamposi Goodlander, a Democrat and former White House aide, is running for an open seat in New Hampshire's second district.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Louisiana Lawmakers Vote to Make Abortion Pills Controlled Substances
The legislation would make possession of the drugs without a prescription a crime in Louisiana, punishable with jail time.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

House Passes Measure to Repeal D.C. Noncitizen Voting Law
Fifty-two Democrats joined Republicans in favor of the legislation, which has little chance of enactment but offered the G.O.P. a chance to amplify Donald Trump's false claims of widespread illegal voting by noncitizens.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

As Trump Campaigns in the Bronx, Biden Points Black Voters to His Rival's Past
Ahead of Donald Trump's political event in the Bronx, the Biden campaign released a television ad highlighting Mr. Trump's treatment of Black people.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

U.S. Military Faces Reality in Gaza as Aid Project Struggles
The Pentagon predicted that a stream of humanitarian aid would be arriving in Gaza via the floating pier, but little relief has reached the besieged strip, officials acknowledged this week.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Steve Kramer, Who Orchestrated Fake Biden Robocalls in NH Primary, Is Indicted
The calls used an artificial-intelligence impersonation of President Biden to urge Democrats not to vote in New Hampshire's presidential primary.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Biden Will Designate Kenya as a Key Ally as Its Leader Visits
A "major non-NATO ally" is a country whose military has a strategic working relationship with the United States.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Once Critics of Trump, These Republicans Are Now Playing by His Rules
Republicans like Nikki Haley have had to contort themselves to overlook their criticisms of former President Donald J. Trump as they decide to back him after all.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Trump Plays Up His Putin Ties in Claiming He Could Get Gershkovich Released
A spokesman for the Kremlin said President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has had no contact with former President Donald J. Trump.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Norfolk Southern to Pay $310 Million Settlement Over Ohio Train Derailment
The railroad company reached an agreement with the federal government to settle claims and costs from the 2023 derailment of a train carrying hazardous materials in the Ohio town.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Some Silicon Valley VCs Are Becoming More Conservative
Marc Andreessen, Chamath Palihapitiya and several other tech venture capitalists are increasingly criticizing President Biden and making their disaffection known in an election year.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Supreme Court Sides With Republicans Over South Carolina Voting Map
The case concerned a constitutional puzzle: how to distinguish the roles of race and partisanship in drawing voting maps when Black voters overwhelmingly favor Democrats.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Yellen Warns Israel Against Cutting off Palestinian Banks
The Treasury secretary said that allies from the Group of 7 nations must work to stabilize the West Bank economy and increase Gaza aid.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Trump's NYC Campaign: Pizza Deliveries and Bodega Stops
Before and after appearing in a Manhattan courthouse, where he is on criminal trial, former President Donald J. Trump has been campaigning for president in unfriendly political territory.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Pizza Deliveries and Bodega Stops: Trump's Big Apple Campaign
Before and after appearing in a Manhattan courthouse, where he is on criminal trial, former President Donald J. Trump has been campaigning for president in unfriendly political territory.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

TikTok Is Seeing an Increasing Amount of Pro-Trump Posts
An internal analysis found nearly twice as many pro-Trump posts as pro-Biden ones on TikTok since November, a sign of the right's use of a liberal-friendly platform.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

A.I. Promised to Upend the 2024 Campaign. It Hasn't Yet.
With less than six months until the 2024 election, the political uses of A.I. are more theoretical than transformational. "This is the dog that didn't bark," said one adviser to a Democratic donor.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

What Trump 2.0 Could Mean for the Federal Reserve
A second Trump administration could shake up personnel and financial regulation at America's central bank, people close to his campaign said.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Some Prominent Silicon Valley Investors Shift to the Right
Marc Andreessen, Chamath Palihapitiya and several other tech venture capitalists are increasingly criticizing President Biden and making their disaffection known in an election year.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

The Increasing Trumpification of TikTok
An internal analysis found nearly twice as many pro-Trump posts as pro-Biden ones on TikTok since November, a sign of the right's use of a liberal-friendly platform.

New York Times Politics
May 23, 2024

Biden Plans to Give Kenya Key Ally Designation During Its Leader's Visit
A "major non-NATO ally" is a country whose military has a strategic working relationship with the United States.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Abortion Pills May Become Controlled Substances in Louisiana
A bill that is expected to pass would impose prison time and thousands of dollars in fines on people possessing the pills without a prescription.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Ohio Elections Official Threatens to Exclude Biden From the Ballot
The Biden campaign is considering suing to ensure the president is on the ballot, after the Republican secretary of state said he would bar him over what is normally a minor procedural issue.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Former Trump Official Meets With Arab and Muslim American Leaders
The meeting in Michigan on Tuesday, led by Richard Grenell, acting director of national intelligence in the Trump administration, came as President Biden faces protests over his Israel policy.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Trump's Classified Documents Hearing Gets Heated, Highlighting Case's Slow Pace
A prosecutor got into a heated exchange with Judge Aileen Cannon over a minor point, as the case continues to crawl.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Ohio Elections Official Says He Will Soon Exclude Biden From the Ballot
The Biden campaign insists the issue will be resolved. Frank LaRose, the Republican secretary of state in Ohio, said he would bar the president over what is normally a minor procedural issue.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Voters Oust Progressive Prosecutor in Portland
Mike Schmidt lost to Nathan Vasquez, a deputy district attorney in Multnomah County, Ore., who blamed his boss for the area's recent problems with drugs and crime.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

How Today's Economy Could Matter in November
Some pollsters and economists believe voters form their perceptions of the economy over time.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Sparring in Trump Documents Hearing Highlights Case's Slow Pace
A prosecutor got into a heated exchange with Judge Aileen Cannon over a minor point, as the case continues to crawl.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Inside the White House, a Debate Over Letting Ukraine Shoot U.S. Weapons Into Russia
After a sobering trip to Kyiv, Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken is urging the president to lift some restrictions on how Ukraine can use American arms.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

RFK Jr.'s Adviser Leaves Campaign, Citing ‘Hateful and Divisive Atmosphere'
Angela Stanton King, a former Trump supporter who joined the campaign in December, was a high-profile figure in Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s circle.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Hunter Biden's Trial on Tax Charges Is Pushed to September
The judge presiding over the case in Los Angeles agreed to delay the start of his trial to Sept. 5.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Hunter Biden's Trial on Tax Charges Pushes to September
The judge presiding over the case in Los Angeles agreed to delay the start of his trial to Sept. 5.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Nikki Haley Says She Will Vote for Trump
Nikki Haley had sharp words for President Biden and some Republicans.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Supreme Court Justice Alito's Beach House Displayed ‘Appeal to Heaven' Flag
The justice's beach house displayed an "Appeal to Heaven" flag, a symbol carried on Jan. 6 and associated with a push for a more Christian-minded government.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Staffing Crisis at Federal Prisons Highlighted in Oregon
Delays for medical care were severe enough to force one inmate at the prison to fake a suicide attempt to obtain treatment for a serious infection.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Federal Prisons Face Staffing Crisis
Delays for medical care were severe enough to force one inmate at the prison to fake a suicide attempt to obtain treatment for a serious infection.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Fraud Trial Begins for Chinese Billionaire Who Allied Himself With America's Right
Charged with defrauding thousands of investors in the U.S. and overseas of more than $1 billion, Guo Wengui could face decades in prison.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Biden Administration Cancels $7.7 Billion in Student Debt
The announcement applied to 160,000 borrowers and brings the total debt canceled by the administration to $167 billion.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Biden Cancels Billions in Student Loan Debt, a Centerpiece of His Campaign
The announcement applied to 160,000 borrowers and brings the total debt canceled by the administration to $167 billion.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

A Day of Negative Headlines for Trump Points to a Cure for Voter ‘Amnesia'
In roughly 24 hours on Tuesday, former President Donald J. Trump reposted a video with an echo of Nazi Germany, hinted at restricting contraception and made news in two of the criminal cases against him.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Trump Falsely Claims Biden Admin Was ‘Locked & Loaded' to Kill Him in Mar-a-Lago Raid
Former President Donald J. Trump misrepresented a standard Justice Department policy to claim the F.B.I. was ready to kill him when searching his home in 2022.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Trump Falsely Claims Biden Administration Was ‘Locked & Loaded' to Kill Him
Former President Donald J. Trump misrepresented a standard Justice Department policy to claim the F.B.I. was ready to kill him when searching his home in 2022.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Vials of Blood Sent to RNC Headquarters Prompt Lockdown
Hazardous materials teams responded to the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington after a suspicious package was found.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Fani Willis Wins, McCarthy's Successor Is Set and Other Election Takeaways
In Georgia, the prosecutor and judge in Donald Trump's criminal case won their races easily, and a Trump-backed California legislator will finish former Speaker Kevin McCarthy's term.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Biden Campaign Steps Up Attacks on Trump With Doug Emhoff Video
The remarks by Mr. Emhoff, the husband of Vice President Kamala Harris, represented an escalation of the Biden campaign's attacks on Donald Trump over his language about Jews.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

House Panel Seeks F.B.I. Investigation Into Doping by Chinese Swimmers
The bipartisan request for a criminal inquiry relies on a law that gives the Justice Department the power to prosecute doping offenses that do not occur in the United States.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Biden Administration Cancels Another $7.7 Billion in Student Loans
The announcement applied to 160,000 federal loan borrowers and brings the total debt canceled by the administration to $167 billion.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Fraud Trial to Begin for Chinese Billionaire Who Allied Himself With America's Right
Charged with defrauding thousands of investors in the U.S. and overseas of more than $1 billion, Guo Wengui could face decades in prison.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Schumer Plans Vote on Contraception Access, Teeing Up a Campaign Issue
Democrats are planning to spotlight Republicans' opposition to legislation protecting birth control access nationwide, as part of an election-year push.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Inside the Life of Nicole Shanahan, RFK Jr.'s Running Mate
Ms. Shanahan, a lawyer who was married to Sergey Brin, a Google founder, led a rarefied and sometimes turbulent life in Silicon Valley, according to a Times examination.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Trump Prosecutor Wins, McCarthy's Successor Is Set and Other Election Takeaways
In Georgia, the prosecutor and judge in Donald Trump's criminal case won their races easily, and a Trump-backed California legislator will finish former Speaker Kevin McCarthy's term.

New York Times Politics
May 22, 2024

Democrats Favor Janelle Bynum in Bid to Flip Oregon Congressional Seat
In a race that could help decide control of the U.S. House, Democrats chose State Representative Bynum to compete against Lori Chavez-DeRemer, the Republican incumbent.

New York Times Politics
May 21, 2024

Vince Fong Will Finish Kevin McCarthy's Term
Vince Fong, a Republican state assemblyman, won a special election on Tuesday to fill the remainder of Representative Kevin McCarthy's term in Congress. Mr. Fong is now the favorite to win a full term in November.

New York Times Politics
May 21, 2024

Doug Emhoff Calls Trump a ‘Known Antisemite' as Biden Team Steps Up Attacks
The remarks by Mr. Emhoff, the husband of Vice President Kamala Harris, represented an escalation of the Biden campaign's attacks on Donald Trump over his language about Jews.

New York Times Politics
May 21, 2024

Georgia Supreme Court Justice Andrew Pinson Wins Re-election
Justice Andrew Pinson, who was appointed by the state's Republican governor, faced an opponent who argued that the Georgia Constitution guaranteed the right to an abortion.

New York Times Politics
May 21, 2024

Here's Why Republicans Are Focusing on Voting by Noncitizens
House Republicans are pushing legislation to crack down on voting by noncitizens, which is allowed in some local elections but illegal — and exceedingly rare — at the federal level.

New York Times Politics
May 21, 2024

Trump's First Campaign Manager, Corey Lewandowski, Returns for GOP Convention
Mr. Lewandowski was pushed out of a pro-Trump super PAC that he had helped lead in 2021 after the wife of a donor accused him of making unwanted sexual advances.

New York Times Politics
May 21, 2024

Corey Lewandowski, Trump's First Campaign Manager, Is Brought Back for G.O.P. Convention
Mr. Lewandowski was pushed out of a pro-Trump super PAC that he had helped lead in 2021 after the wife of a donor accused him of making unwanted sexual advances.

New York Times Politics
May 21, 2024

Fani Willis and Judge in Trump's Georgia Election Case Win Races
Fani T. Willis, the Fulton County district attorney, and Scott McAfee, the presiding judge in the case, have faced criticism over their decisions in the prosecution of the former president.

New York Times Politics
May 21, 2024

House G.O.P. Moves to Crack Down on Noncitizen Voting, Sowing False Narrative
The bills under consideration in the House have virtually no chance of becoming law, but Republicans are using them to amplify former President Donald J. Trump's false claims of widespread illegal voting by noncitizens.

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