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New York Times Politics
Dec 06, 2022

Jim Kolbe, Openly Gay Republican Congressman, Is Dead at 80
His vote for the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996 prompted a gay-interest magazine to prepare to out him. He later regretted his vote and celebrated coming out.

New York Times Politics
Dec 06, 2022

Maxwell Frost, First Gen Z Congressman, Gets His Bearings on Capitol Hill
In the weeks after his election, the youngest member of the incoming House has learned just how different his lifestyle and perspective is from his older colleagues'.

New York Times Politics
Dec 06, 2022

Voting in the Georgia Senate Runoff: What to Know
Polls close in Georgia at 7 p.m., but those in line at that time can still vote.

New York Times Politics
Dec 06, 2022

House Jan. 6 Committee to Issue Criminal Referrals, Chairman Says
Representative Bennie Thompson, the panel's chairman, said no decision had been made on who would be the subject of the referrals or what the charges would be.

New York Times Politics
Dec 06, 2022

Global Car Supply Chains Entangled With Abuses in Xinjiang, Report Says
A new report on the auto industry cites extensive links to Xinjiang, where the U.S. government now presumes goods are made with forced labor.

New York Times Politics
Dec 06, 2022

Georgia Runoff: What a Walker or Warnock Victory Would Look Like
Surprises are always possible, but there seem to be few reasons to think Herschel Walker can improve upon his showing last month.

New York Times Politics
Dec 06, 2022

Covid Care Has Entered a New Stage of Crisis for the Uninsured
As federal funding for the pandemic response dries up, Americans without health insurance risk being left footing the bill for coronavirus tests and treatments.

New York Times Politics
Dec 06, 2022

For the Uninsured, Covid Care Has Entered a New Stage of Crisis
As federal funding for the pandemic response dries up, Americans without health insurance risk being left footing the bill for coronavirus tests and treatments.

New York Times Politics
Dec 06, 2022

5 Key Factors That Will Decide the Georgia Senate Runoff
Turnout will matter, and so will who is turning out.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Biden Administration Expands Protections for Haitian Migrants
With the announcement, 110,000 Haitians in the United States could gain permission to stay for at least 18 months, and others who already have protections will see them extended.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Florida Ex-Congressman Arrested Over Secret Contract With Venezuela
Former Representative David Rivera and a longtime associate were charged with conspiracy and failure to register as foreign agents, among other crimes.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Warnock Claims Momentum in Georgia, as Walker Banks on Election Day Turnout
On the eve of Georgia's Senate runoff, Raphael Warnock, a Democrat, warned his supporters about being overconfident. Herschel Walker urged Republicans to flood the polls on Tuesday.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Michael Avenatti Gets 14-Year Sentence for Stealing Millions From Clients
The former lawyer for Stormy Daniels was found guilty of stealing money from four clients and of obstructing I.R.S. efforts to collect more than $3 million in unpaid payroll taxes.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

The Big Question the Georgia Senate Race Will Answer
What's more powerful: a candidate's skills and relevant experience, or the tug of political partisanship?

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Alito Draws Laughs Over Comments on Dating Sites and Black Children in KKK Outfits
Monday's Supreme Court arguments involved many hypothetical scenarios. A few riffs provoked snickers in the generally serious chamber.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Alito Teases Kagan About Dating Sites and Black Children in K.K.K. Outfits
Monday's Supreme Court arguments involved many hypothetical scenarios. A few riffs provoked snickers in the generally serious chamber.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Will Rain Dampen Voter Turnout for Georgia Senate Runoff?
Officials in Fulton County acknowledged that there could be significant wait times at election precincts, which they said will be fully staffed.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

‘Innovation Hubs' Aim to Lift Distressed Areas. Congress Just Has to Fund Them.
A new report suggests where 20 newly created research centers could best revitalize struggling economies and accelerate new technologies

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

A Disputed Witness at the Proud Boys Sedition Trial: A Police Officer
Defense lawyers and the Justice Department are clashing over possible testimony from a member of the Washington, D.C., police force who was in close touch with the far-right group's leader before Jan. 6.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Arizona Certifies Midterm Results After G.O.P. Resistance
The state's top officials certified the results after weeks in which several Republican candidates have sowed baseless doubts about the outcome.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Russian Cruise Missiles Were Made Just Months Ago Despite Sanctions
Weapons investigators in Kyiv found that at least one Russian Kh-101 cruise missile used in widespread attacks there on Nov. 23 had been made no earlier than October.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Despite Sanctions, Russian Cruise Missiles Were Made Recently
Weapons investigators in Kyiv found that at least one Russian Kh-101 cruise missile used in widespread attacks there on Nov. 23 had been made no earlier than October.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Arizona Certifies Midterm Election Results After GOP Resistance
The state's top officials certified the results after weeks in which several Republican candidates have sowed baseless doubts about the outcome.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

What Happens Next in Supreme Court Case Pitting Free Speech Against Gay Rights?
The Masterpiece Cakeshop case, involving similar issues, was argued exactly five years ago — and decided on June 4, 2018.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Paul Pelosi Is Cheered at Kennedy Honors in Public Return After Attack
The ceremony honored the rock band U2, the singer Gladys Knight, the actor George Clooney, the composer Tania León and the singer-songwriter Amy Grant.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

What Is the Compelled Speech Doctrine Under the First Amendment?
The compelled speech doctrine, generally bars the government from compelling people to express things they do not want to say.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Supreme Court Will Hear Latest Clash Between Faith and Gay Rights
A Colorado graphic designer says she has a First Amendment right to refuse to create websites for same-sex weddings despite a state anti-discrimination law.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

Paul Pelosi Cheered at Kennedy Honors in Public Return After Attack
The ceremony honored the rock band U2, the singer Gladys Knight, the actor George Clooney, the composer Tania León and the singer-songwriter Amy Grant.

New York Times Politics
Dec 05, 2022

May ‘Bad Spaniels' Mock Jack Daniel's? The Supreme Court Will Decide.
The justices have agreed to hear a trademark dispute with First Amendment overtones involving a dog toy's bathroom humor and a distinctive whiskey bottle.

New York Times Politics
Dec 04, 2022

Here are the latest developments in the Georgia Senate runoff.


New York Times Politics
Dec 04, 2022

How Harlem Shaped Warnock's Faith and Politics
Senator Raphael Warnock's time in New York City as a seminary student and pastor helped set him on a path to politics, forging how he operates in the Senate and on the campaign trail.

New York Times Politics
Dec 04, 2022

Trump's Call for ‘Termination' of Constitution Draws Rebukes
Republicans were still cautious — or silent entirely — about shunning the former president-turned-2024 candidate.

New York Times Politics
Dec 04, 2022

Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker are closing out the Georgia Senate race at their own pace.


New York Times Politics
Dec 04, 2022

A New Clash Between Faith and Gay Rights Arrives at a Changed Supreme Court
A Colorado graphic designer says she has a First Amendment right to refuse to create websites for same-sex weddings despite a state anti-discrimination law.

New York Times Politics
Dec 04, 2022

How Democrats' New Primary Calendar Changes the Chessboard
President Biden's push to abandon Iowa for younger, racially diverse states is likely to reward candidates who connect with the party's most loyal voters.

New York Times Politics
Dec 04, 2022

Defamation Suit Against Fox Grows More Contentious
Lachlan Murdoch is set to be deposed on Monday, the latest in a flurry of activity in the high-stakes case.

New York Times Politics
Dec 03, 2022

In Georgia, a Heated Senate Race Stirs Mixed Emotions in Black Voters
The contest might have been a showcase of Black political power in the Deep South. But many Black voters say Herschel Walker's turbulent campaign has marred the moment.

New York Times Politics
Dec 03, 2022

DNC Panel Supports Biden's Plan to Make South Carolina First Primary in 2024
A key panel supported President Biden's plan, which would remove Iowa as the first presidential nominating state. States with more diverse, working-class and in some cases more moderate constituencies are being elevated.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Inside Biden's State Dinner: Hot Dog Talk and a Party That Lasted Until 1 A.M.
At one point, the bartenders ran out of glassware, depriving some invitees of social lubricant after years spent in a pandemic.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

As Macron Loses His Sheen at Home, Harmonious U.S. Visit Is ‘Regenerative'
President Emmanuel Macron, dealing with a difficult start to his second term, can return to France feeling buoyed by a warm reception and unity on Ukraine.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

U.S. Sees Little Prospect for Ukraine Talks With Putin After Biden Offer
The Kremlin reaffirmed a stance that both Washington and Kyiv find unacceptable, and U.S. officials said Mr. Biden's position had not changed.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

U.S. Plans to End Mpox Emergency Declaration in Two Months
With few new cases, the plan not to renew the emergency past Jan. 31 is an acknowledgment that the disease previously known as monkeypox has mostly been suppressed.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

What It Might Mean for Michigan to Vote Early in Democratic Primaries
If President Biden gets his wish, the state will move near the front of the presidential nominating calendar.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Biden Meets With Prince William in Boston, Capping Glamorous Week for ‘Scranton Joe'
The president's brief encounter with Prince William of Wales came a day after the first state dinner of the Biden administration.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Biden's Brush With Royalty Caps a Glamorous Week for ‘Scranton Joe'
The president's brief encounter with Prince William of Wales came a day after the first state dinner of the Biden administration.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Herschel Walker Stresses Georgia Roots on Campaign As Many Top Republicans Shift Away
Before the November election, Mr. Walker had help from Republicans far and wide. Now, he's relying heavily on Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia to pull him ahead of Senator Raphael Warnock, the Democratic incumbent.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Democrats Move a Step Closer to Making South Carolina First Primary
A key panel supported President Biden's plan, which would remove Iowa as the first presidential nominating state in favor of South Carolina, followed by New Hampshire, Nevada, Georgia and Michigan.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Iowa Democrats Ask: Without the First-in-the-Nation Caucuses, Who Are We, Really?
President Biden's push to start the Democratic presidential nominating process in South Carolina has inspired a rush of wistful memories and soul searching in the Hawkeye State.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

The Fight Over Warnock's Record Comes Down to an Electric Car Plant in Georgia
Hyundai's huge new plant outside Savannah could be a model for bipartisanship and a central achievement for Raphael Warnock, whose biggest efforts otherwise fell short. But Republicans aren't giving him credit.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Fight Over Warnock's Senate Record Comes Down to Electric Vehicles
Hyundai's huge new plant outside Savannah could be a model for bipartisanship and a central achievement for Raphael Warnock, whose biggest efforts otherwise fell short. But Republicans aren't giving him credit.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Iowa Democrats Question Their Identity Without First-in-the-Nation Caucuses
President Biden's push to start the Democratic presidential nominating process in South Carolina has inspired a rush of wistful memories and soul searching in the Hawkeye State.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Biden Signs Legislation to Avert Nationwide Rail Strike
President Biden had called on Congress to act, saying a rail strike would "devastate our economy."

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Alex Jones Files for Bankruptcy
The Infowars broadcaster has been ordered by courts to pay about $1.5 billion in damages to Sandy Hook families hurt by his promotion of conspiracy theories.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

At the State Dinner, Jill Biden Revives the Oscar de la Renta Tradition
The first lady returns to a tentpole of White House image-making.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

How Army Bases Were Named for Defeated Confederates
Most Confederates were ultimately pardoned for the crime of treason against the United States. Decades later, the Army began honoring them in southern states.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

How Steny Hoyer, Pelosi's No. 2, Decided It Was Time to Step Aside
The decision by the Maryland Democrat, who has served in Congress for four decades — two of them in leadership — reflected a generational and demographic shift afoot in his party.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Biden and Macron Toast Their Alliance With Lobster and American-Made Cheese
The black-tie state dinner marked a return of diplomatic pomp and an effort by the United States and France to display the strength of their alliance after a trans-Atlantic dust-up.

New York Times Politics
Dec 02, 2022

Biden Welcomes Macron for a State Dinner
The black-tie state dinner marked a return of diplomatic pomp and an effort by the United States and France to display the strength of their alliance after a trans-Atlantic dust-up.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Biden, Demoting Iowa and Prizing Diversity, Wants S.C. as First Primary
Michigan would become the fifth primary. The plan came as the president asked that "voters of color have a voice in choosing our nominee much earlier in the process."

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Trump Embraces Extremism as He Seeks to Reclaim Office
As he gets his presidential campaign underway, Donald J. Trump has aligned himself with forces that used to be outside the mainstream of American politics.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

At the State Dinner Table: Lobster, Wine and a Reset Button
The black-tie dinner marks a return of diplomatic pomp and an effort by the United States and France to display the strength of their alliance after a trans-Atlantic dust-up.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Biden Wants South Carolina as First Primary State in 2024, Demoting Iowa
Michigan would become the fifth primary. The plan came as the president asked that "voters of color have a voice in choosing our nominee much earlier in the process."

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Warnock Turns to Obama, and Walker to Lindsey Graham, in Georgia Senate Race
As the former president rallied with Senator Raphael Warnock on Thursday, Mr. Warnock's Republican opponent, Herschel Walker, faced new accusations of violent behavior.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

The Full Guest List for the State Dinner
More than 300 guests were invited, including government officials, French fashion designers, actors and big donors.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Arizona's Cochise County Certifies Election Results as Officials End Protest
Officials in Cochise County gave final approval to the midterm results after a judge ordered them to end the stall tactics.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Biden Says He Is Willing to Talk to Putin About Ukraine, With Conditions
Showing a united front during a state visit, President Biden and President Emmanuel Macron of France affirmed their support for Ukraine ahead of a cold winter that will test the alliance.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

How Herschel Walker Could Win Georgia's Senate Race
Despite all the tough headlines, he could prevail. Here are two theories about how the runoff could unfold.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Trump Embraces Extremism as He Seeks to Reclaim Presidency
As he gets his presidential campaign underway, Donald J. Trump has aligned himself with forces that used to be outside the mainstream of American politics.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Appeals Court Scraps Special Master Review in Trump Documents Case
The panel's decision removed a major obstacle that had hindered the Justice Department's investigation into Mr. Trump's handling of sensitive government documents.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Biden and Macron: How a ‘Genuine' Bond Between the Two Leaders Was Built
State visits are meant to test how far flattery can get a president in winning the support of a key ally. But President Biden and President Emmanuel Macron of France have a "genuine" rapport, an official said.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Congress Is Trying to Avert a Rail Strike. Here's How and Why
Congress cleared legislation to head off a holiday-season rail strike, after President Biden called for action, warning that a disruption to service could cause dire economic damage.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Turnout Was Strong in Georgia, but Mail Voting Plummets After New Law
An analysis of November turnout data shows that voting by mail dropped as Georgians increasingly cast ballots in person. The shift hints at the possible impact of a 2021 voting overhaul.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Supreme Court to Hear Case on Biden's Student Loan Debt Forgiveness
The justices left in place an injunction blocking the Biden administration's authority to forgive up to $20,000 in debt per borrower.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Supreme Court to Hear Student Debt Forgiveness Case
The justices left in place an injunction blocking the Biden administration's authority to forgive up to $20,000 in debt per borrower.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Biden Administration Considers Migrant Restrictions Similar to Trump Policies
If adopted, the new prohibitions on who can request asylum could be paired with new procedures to allow migrants to come to the United States legally, according to people familiar with the plan.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

With Senate Vote, Congress Moves to Avert Rail Strike
Bipartisan coalitions in the House and Senate pushed through a bill that would impose an agreement between rail companies and their workers.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Report Suggests Tax Audits of Trump Foes Were Random, but Leaves Questions
The I.R.S.'s inspector general said that returns from James Comey and Andrew McCabe were initially part of a randomly generated pool, but that a flaw in the final winnowing required further attention.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Senate Poised to Pass Bill to Avert Rail Strike
Moving with uncommon speed, senators agreed to take up a House-passed bill that would impose a tentative agreement between rail companies and workers, which would send it to President Biden.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

They Used Robocalls to Suppress Black Votes. Now They Have to Register Voters.
An Ohio judge ordered Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman, who concocted a 2020 robocall scheme to discourage mail-in voting, to spend hundreds of hours registering new voters.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Warnock Turns to Obama in Final Days of Georgia Runoff Campaign
For Democrats, the former president's event in Atlanta with Senator Raphael Warnock on Thursday is viewed as an ironclad way to ensure that Black voters remain enthusiastic.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Joel Greenberg, Former Gaetz Confidant, Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison
Joel Greenberg, a tax collector in Florida, had been cooperating with the Justice Department in its investigation into Representative Matt Gaetz.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Former Gaetz Confidant Is Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison
Joel Greenberg, a tax collector in Florida, had been cooperating with the Justice Department in its investigation into Representative Matt Gaetz.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

US Eyes $156 Million Yacht in Dubai Linked to a Russian Oligarch
The U.S. Justice Department is taking steps to seize the Madame Gu, a 324-foot luxury yacht, but it will be diplomatically thorny.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

U.S. Eyes $156 Million Yacht in Dubai Linked to a Russian Oligarch
The U.S. Justice Department is taking steps to seize the Madame Gu, a 324-foot luxury yacht, but it will be diplomatically thorny.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

What to Know About Biden's and Congress's Involvement in the Rail Strike
President Biden called on Congress to pass legislation to head off a holiday-season rail strike, warning that a disruption to service could cause dire economic damage.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Congress Is Trying to Avert a Rail Strike. Here's How and Why.
President Biden called on Congress to pass legislation to head off a holiday-season rail strike, warning that a disruption to service could cause dire economic damage.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

Biden Welcomes Macron for a State Dinner. Here's What to Expect.
The black-tie dinner marks a return of diplomatic pomp and an effort by the United States and France to display the strength of their alliance after a trans-Atlantic dust-up.

New York Times Politics
Dec 01, 2022

What to Expect at the State Dinner Table: Lobster, Wine and a Reset Button
The black-tie dinner marks a return of diplomatic pomp and an effort by the United States and France to display the strength of their alliance after a trans-Atlantic dust-up.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

Justice Dept. Strikes Deal to Address Jackson's Struggling Water System
The city has long struggled with a lack of investment in its core infrastructure and diminished funding for city services like the water supply, trash pickup and road repairs.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

Georgia's Senate Runoff Sets Records for Early Voting, but With a Big Asterisk
A 2021 state election law cut in half the runoff calendar in Georgia, which had about twice as many days of early voting before last year's Senate runoffs.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

McCarthy Warns Jan. 6 Committee Republicans Will Investigate Its Work
The letter demanding that the panel preserve its records — a step already required — was the latest indication that the G.O.P. is planning its own counter-investigation into the Jan. 6 attack.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

Hakeem Jeffries Elected Leader of House Democrats
A new trio, including Representatives Katherine Clark of Massachusetts as No. 2 and Pete Aguilar of California as No. 3, will take the reins in January, replacing Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her team.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

House Committee Obtains Access to Trump's Tax Returns, Ending Long Fight
The Supreme Court last week declined to block the Treasury Department from giving the data to the House in the waning weeks of Democratic control.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

NATO Nations Grow More Receptive to US Pleas to Confront China
After the pain of an energy crisis brought on by the Ukraine war, Europe is keen to reduce its strategic vulnerabilities to China, not to speak of other authoritarian governments.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

NATO Nations Grow More Receptive to U.S. Pleas to Confront China
After the pain of an energy crisis brought on by the Ukraine war, Europe is keen to reduce its strategic vulnerabilities to China, not to speak of other authoritarian governments.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

In Georgia, Walker's Pace in the Finish Worries Republican Allies
The Senate candidate's performance in the final days of the runoff campaign has Republicans airing frustrations. But no one is counting him out yet.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

Outcome in Oath Keepers Trial Could Hold Lessons for Coming Jan. 6 Cases
The conviction of Stewart Rhodes for sedition was a signal victory for the Justice Department, but prosecutors still face challenges as they prepare for the trials of other far-right figures.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

House Passes Bill to Avert a Rail Strike, Moving to Impose a Labor Agreement
The House approved a bill to force rail companies and workers to accept a pending agreement. It also passed a separate measure to add seven days of paid leave, a key demand of the employees.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

In a Show of Unity, House Democrats Elect Hakeem Jeffries Minority Leader
A new trio, including Representatives Katherine Clark of Massachusetts as No. 2 and Pete Aguilar of California as No. 3, will take the reins in January, replacing Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her team.

New York Times Politics
Nov 30, 2022

Some Rail Workers, Seeking Sick Days, Say Biden Betrayed Them
The request for Congress to impose contract terms that several unions had rejected rankled rank-and-file members who had rallied behind the president.

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