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New York Times Politics
Aug 14, 2018

Groundbreaking Primary Results for Democratic Women and Diversity
In Tuesday's primary elections, a second Muslim woman is poised to become a new member of Congress next year, and a transgender candidate won the Democratic nomination to lead Vermont.

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Aug 14, 2018

Christine Hallquist, a Transgender Woman, Wins Vermont Governor's Primary
Ms. Hallquist, a Democrat, became the first transgender candidate to be nominated for a governorship by a major party.

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Aug 14, 2018

Colyer Concedes in Kansas, Handing Governor's Nomination to Kobach
One week after voting produced a razor-thin lead for his opponent, Jeff Colyer, the incumbent governor, said he would not challenge the results or ask for a recount.

New York Times Politics
Aug 14, 2018

Pentagon Spokeswoman Is Under Investigation Over Staff Complaints of Retaliation
The inquiry centers on Dana White's decision to transfer aides after they filed complaints about her. She also used her staff to fetch dry cleaning and run other errands, according to a news report.

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Aug 14, 2018

U.S.-Turkey Tensions Could Stall Progress Against ISIS, Officials Say
Joint operations between American and Turkish troops are still being planned. But officials worry about Turkey's reliability as a battlefield partner.

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Aug 14, 2018

Bernie Sanders Wins Democratic Nomination for Vermont Senate Seat
In Tuesday's primary elections, voters were also casting ballots for major races for Senate, governor and House seats in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

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Aug 14, 2018

Trump Calls Omarosa Manigault Newman ‘That Dog' in His Latest Insult
Ms. Manigault Newman responded that Mr. Trump, who has also insulted Don Lemon and LeBron James, "has absolutely no respect for women, for African-Americans.''

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Aug 14, 2018

The New York Times Joins Effort to Combat Trump's Anti-Press Rhetoric
An initiative started by The Boston Globe has enlisted more than 200 newspapers nationwide to publish editorials on Thursday in favor of the news media.

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Aug 14, 2018

Fact Check of the Day: White House Falsely Claims Trump Has Created More Jobs for Black Americans Than Obama Did
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said the economy added only 195,000 jobs for African-Americans under President Barack Obama. In fact, it added about three million.

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Aug 14, 2018

Trump Campaign Says It Has Filed Case Against Omarosa Manigault Newman
The arbitration case is a major escalation in the president's fight with his former aide, whose tell-all book and audio recordings are roiling the White House.

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Aug 14, 2018

Trump Claims Power to Bypass Limits Set by Congress in Defense Bill
In the latest example of his broad vision of executive power, President Trump used a signing statement to challenge dozens of provisions, including limits on Russia and North Korea.

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Aug 14, 2018

Trump's ‘That Dog' Attack on Omarosa Manigault Newman Is Latest Insult Aimed at a Black Person
In Twitter posts, the president attacked Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former aide who has written a book about her time in the White House, calling her a "crazed, crying lowlife."

New York Times Politics
Aug 14, 2018

Trump's ‘That Dog' Attack on Omarosa Manigault Newman Is Latest Insult Aimed at Black People
In Twitter posts, the president attacked Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former aide who has written a book about her time in the White House, calling her a "crazed, crying lowlife."

New York Times Politics
Aug 14, 2018

Kavanaugh Could Unlock Funding for Religious Education, School Voucher Advocates Say
Brett M. Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court could advance efforts to make publicly funded vouchers available to students attending religious schools.

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Aug 14, 2018

Manafort Lawyers Rest Without Calling Witnesses in Fraud Trial
Defense lawyers did not present call any witnesses in Paul Manafort's trial, while prosecutors called nearly two dozen.

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Aug 14, 2018

Trump's ‘That Dog' Attack Is the Latest in a String of Insults Aimed at Black People
In Twitter posts, the president attacked Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former aide who has written a book about her time in the White House, calling her a "crazed, crying lowlife."

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Aug 14, 2018

Trump's Trade War Is Rattling China's Leaders
While President Xi Jinping remains firmly in charge, friction with the Trump administration and troubles at home have dented his political dominance.

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Aug 14, 2018

Trump Calls Omarosa Manigault Newman ‘That Dog'
In Twitter posts, the president attacked the former aide who has written a book about her time in the White House, calling her a "crazed, crying lowlife."

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Aug 14, 2018

Representative Keith Ellison Denies Domestic Abuse Allegations
Mr. Ellison, Democrat of Minnesota, has denied allegations that he emotionally and physically abused a former girlfriend, Karen Monahan.

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Aug 14, 2018

For Rashida Tlaib, Palestinian Heritage Infuses a Detroit Sense of Community
Ms. Tlaib, who won a Democratic primary in Michigan, may become the first Muslim woman in Congress. She said her upbringing shaped her political vision.

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Aug 14, 2018

4 States Are Voting on Tuesday. Here's What to Watch.
A look at the most important primaries in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Connecticut and Vermont.

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Aug 14, 2018

This Former ‘Teacher of the Year' Wants to Be Connecticut's First Black Democrat in Congress
A conversation with Jahana Hayes, whose grass-roots campaign has made her a formidable challenger in Tuesday's close primary race.

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

Special Forces Soldier Dies After Roadside Bomb Attack in Afghanistan
The explosion wounded several Afghans and at least one other American, according to two military officials.

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Aug 13, 2018

Stephen Miller's Uncle Calls Him a Hypocrite in an Online Essay
The article is a notable rebuke by a family member to Mr. Miller, who is one of the most fervent public defenders of President Trump's immigration policies.

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

Fact Check of the Day: Trump Goes for Broke on Claim Military Received No Money Before His Watch. (He's Still Wrong.)
While signing the annual funding bill, President Trump inaccurately claimed that the amount was "historic" and the military had "never" previously received funding.

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

Family Feud Breaks Out Between Judiciary Committee Chairman and Son
In a pair of tweets, Representative Robert W. Goodlatte's son made it clear he wants change: "I'm deeply embarrassed" by "my father's grandstanding."

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

Trump Talks for 28 Minutes on Bill Named for John McCain. Not Mentioned: McCain.
The president avoided reading the name of the military spending bill — which would have meant mentioning the ailing senator and Trump critic — during his speech or the signing ceremony.

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

Trump Appears to Admit White House Aides Signed Nondisclosure Agreements
A tweet disparaging Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former aide, appeared to confirm the highly unusual agreements, which officials have declined to acknowledge for months.

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

‘Don't Run This Year': The Perils for Republican Women Facing a Flood of Resistance
The energy in the midterms is working against female Republican candidates who are reluctant or unable to claim any advantage to being a woman among voters.

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Aug 13, 2018

Representative Keith Ellison Denies Abuse Allegations About Ex-Girlfriend
Mr. Ellison, Democrat of Minnesota, has denied allegations that he had emotionally and physically abused a former girlfriend, Karen Monahan.

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

Manafort Trial's Spectators: ‘Why Go to Cancun' When You Can See History?
The trial of Paul Manafort in Alexandria, Va., has drawn an eclectic mix of lawyers, tourists and political junkies determined to witness a little piece of history.

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

F.B.I. Agent Peter Strzok, Who Criticized Trump in Texts, Is Fired
Mr. Strzok was one of the F.B.I.'s top counterintelligence officials. But his disparaging texts about President Trump handed a weapon to conservatives assailing the Russia investigation.

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

‘Don't Run This Year.' The Perils for Republican Women Facing a Flood of Resistance
The energy in the midterms is working against female Republican candidates who are reluctant or unable to claim any advantage to being a woman among voters.

New York Times Politics
Aug 13, 2018

The New Health Care: The Large Hidden Costs of Medicare's Prescription Drug Program
Premiums have risen very little in the years since Medicare Part D was introduced. But the same cannot be said of the burden on taxpayers.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

The Rise and Fall of Paul Manafort: Greed, Deception and Ego
The former Trump campaign chairman's trial has ripped away the facade of a man who worked for the campaign at no charge, intimating he was too rich to need the money.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

Rally by White Nationalists Was Over Almost Before It Began
Angry counterprotesters far outnumbered the small band of far-right demonstrators who turned out in Washington, and then quickly dispersed, on the anniversary of the violent Charlottesville rally.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

Trump's National Security Claim for Tariffs Sets Off Crisis at W.T.O.
The Trump administration has forced the World Trade Organization into the tough spot of having to make a ruling that could cause problems whatever it does.

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Aug 12, 2018

‘Unite the Right' Rally: Low Attendance and an Early Exit by White Nationalists in D.C.
Thousands of counterdemonstrators greeted the small group of white nationalist protesters, who left their rally site outside the White House shortly after arriving.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

Trump and Comey Had ‘No Conversation About Michael Flynn,' Giuliani Says
The statement by Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump's lawyer, contradicted a memo by James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, as well as his own previous comments.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

Voting Rights Advocates Used to Have an Ally in the Government. That's Changing.
The Obama Justice Department fought voter-ID laws, aggressive purges of voter rolls and dilution of minority votes. Under President Trump, the department often does the opposite.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

‘Unite the Right' Rally: Small Group of White Nationalists Marches in D.C.
Thousands of counterprotesters in Washington are poised to oppose the supremacists' message a year after the Charlottesville violence, and hundreds of police officers are deployed to keep the peace.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

‘Unite the Right' Rally: White Nationalists March in D.C.
Thousands of counterprotesters in Washington are poised to oppose the supremacists' message a year after the Charlottesville violence, and hundreds of police officers are deployed to keep the peace.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

Omarosa Manigault Newman Taped Her Firing by John Kelly
The recording, played on "Meet the Press," revealed the White House chief of staff suggesting that she could face damage to her reputation if she did not leave quietly.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

‘Unite the Right' Rally: Hundreds Denounce Racism in Charlottesville as White Nationalists March in D.C.
Thousands of counterprotesters in Washington are poised to oppose the supremacists' message a year after the Charlottesville violence, and hundreds of police officers are deployed to keep the peace.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

For Voters Sick of Money in Politics, a New Pitch: No PAC Money Accepted
A flurry of Democratic candidates are refusing to take contributions from groups sponsored by corporations, unions or even other politicians, relying instead on individual donors. And voters are responding.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

‘Unite the Right' Rally Planned in D.C.; Hundreds Denounce Racism in Charlottesville
Thousands of counterprotesters in Washington are poised to oppose the supremacists' message a year after the Charlottesville violence, and hundreds of police officers are deployed to keep the peace.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

‘Beautiful' and ‘Lovely': Trump Tweets Reflect Fixation on Women's Appearances
The president's comments on Lisa Page and Nellie Ohr made clear his disdain for the two women, who have connections to the Russia inquiry.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

News Analysis: Amid Kremlin Victories, Putin Fails to Persuade West on Russian Sanctions
President Vladimir V. Putin has nimbly exploited differences between Washington and its allies, but he has yet to translate that into fewer sanctions against Russia.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

‘Unite the Right' Rally Planned Near White House; Hundreds Denounce Racism in Charlottesville
Thousands of counterprotesters in Washington are poised to oppose the supremacists' message a year after the Charlottesville violence, and hundreds of police officers are deployed to keep the peace.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

News Analysis: Amid Kremlin Victories, Putin Fails to Persuade West on Sanctions
President Vladimir V. Putin has nimbly exploited differences between Washington and its allies, but he has yet to translate that into fewer sanctions against Russia.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

At ‘Unite the Right' Rally, White Nationalists to Gather in Front of White House
Thousands of counterprotesters are poised to oppose the supremacists' message a year after the Charlottesville violence, and hundreds of police officers are deployed to keep the peace.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

News Analysis: An Angry Kremlin Faces New Rounds of U.S. Sanctions
President Vladimir V. Putin has nimbly exploited differences between Washington and its allies, but he has yet to translate that into fewer sanctions against Russia.

New York Times Politics
Aug 12, 2018

Wisconsin Faces a Political Crossroads Tuesday. Which Way Will It Go?
Democrats hope to swing back in their favor a state that played an unexpectedly pivotal role in President Trump's victory. But it may be too late.

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

Trump Escalates Attack on Jeff Sessions, Calling Him ‘Scared Stiff'
The broadside included some of President Trump's harshest language yet against the attorney general, whom he criticized as "Missing in Action."

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

Trump Escalates Attack on Sessions, Calling Him ‘Scared Stiff'
The broadside included some of President Trump's harshest language yet against the attorney general, whom he criticized as "Missing in Action."

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

A Congressman, a Financial Deal and an Intricate Web of Conflicts
The allegations of insider trading against Representative Christopher Collins have revived calls for stricter rules about financial investments or corporate board seats held by members of Congress.

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Aug 11, 2018

Before ‘Unite the Right' Rally, Trump Does Not Condemn Supremacists
President Trump issued a general call for unity a year after the violence in Charlottesville, Va., saying that he condemns "all types of racism and acts of violence."

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

Before White Supremacists' Rally, Trump Does Not Condemn Them Specifically
President Trump issued a general call for unity a year after the violence in Charlottesville, Va., saying that he condemns "all types of racism and acts of violence."

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

Congressman Collins's Deep Financial Ties to Biotech Firms Posed Other Conflicts
Mr. Collins, among the wealthiest members of Congress, has decided not to seek re-election in the wake of insider trading charges stemming from investments he and others had in a biotech firm.

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

Before White Supremacists' Rally, Trump Declines to Condemn Them Specifically
President Trump issued a general call for unity a year after the violence in Charlottesville, Va., saying that he condemns "all types of racism and acts of violence."

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

Representative Chris Collins Suspends Bid for Re-election After Insider Trading Charges
The New York congressman initially vowed to stay on the ballot but said it was "in the best interests" of his district, the Republican Party and the president's agenda to suspend his race.

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

Representative Chris Collins Suspends Re-election Bid After Insider Trading Charges
The New York congressman initially vowed to stay on the ballot but said it was "in the best interests" of his district, the Republican Party and the president's agenda to suspend his race.

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Aug 11, 2018

Chris Collins, New York Congressman, Suspends Re-election Bid After Insider Trading Charges
Mr. Collins initially vowed to stay on the ballot but said it was "in the best interests" of his district, the Republican Party and the president's agenda to suspend his race.

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

A Judge Blocked a Medicaid Work Requirement. The White House Is Undeterred.
Trump administration officials say they will still allow states to impose work requirements on Medicaid beneficiaries, despite a federal court ruling that blocked such requirements in Kentucky.

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

‘So, So Jaded': The Campaign to Stop Brett Kavanaugh Struggles for Liftoff
Activists have mustered seven-figure war chests and troops on the ground, but little energy to stop Judge Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation has materialized.

New York Times Politics
Aug 11, 2018

A Half-Million Bikers and a Trade Debate
This is Sturgis: A massive biker rally in South Dakota. Harley-Davidson has always been a mainstay here, but since the company announced that it's moving some production overseas, some die-hard fans are questioning their loyalty.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Michael Avenatti Urges Democrats to Reject Michelle Obama's Advice on Trump
Mrs. Obama said, "When they go low, we go high." In his first speech as a prospective presidential candidate, Mr. Avenatti told Democrats to "fight fire with fire" instead.

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Aug 10, 2018

Inside Twitter's Struggle Over What Gets Banned
The social media company provided a rare look inside a policy meeting as it struggled with criticism that it left up posts from the conspiracy site Infowars and its creator, Alex Jones.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Manafort Leaned on Ties to Trump to Win Loans, a Bank Official Testifies
Months after Paul Manafort left Donald J. Trump's presidential campaign, he still sought to use that connection to bail himself out of financial trouble, a banker's testimony showed.

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Aug 10, 2018

‘This Is Incredibly Complex': Inside Twitter's Debate About What Stays on Its Site
The social media company provided a rare look inside a policy meeting as it struggled with criticism that it left up posts from the conspiracy site Infowars and its creator, Alex Jones.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Outside Influence: The Veterans Agency's Shadowy Leadership
Three friends of the president have quietly influenced decisions at the Department of Veterans Affairs, including the firing of the secretary. They seem to be growing bolder.

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Aug 10, 2018

A Lifelong Political Scrapper, Roger Stone Is Fighting for His Own Legal Future
Several recent developments in the Russia investigation have placed Mr. Stone in increasing legal jeopardy.

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Aug 10, 2018

Bulletin board: Using a Public Records Request to Learn More About Brett Kavanaugh
Readers have asked about the kind of public information requests our journalists make. Two of our investigative reporters explain how this worked with recent requests on President Trump's Supreme Court nomination.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Once ‘No Longer a Nuclear Threat,' North Korea Now in Standoff With U.S.
Pyongyang wants the U.S. to formally declare the end of the Korean War before it begins dismantling its nuclear arsenal. Officials said that was not part of the Singapore deal.

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Aug 10, 2018

Mulvaney Looks to Weaken Oversight of Military Lending
The head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will halt "supervisory inspections" of lenders, arguing that the agency lacks legal standing to engage in such exams.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Arvonne Fraser, Strong Voice on Women's Issues, Dies at 92
Whether in her home state of Minnesota or in Washington, Ms. Fraser urged women to fight for their rights.

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Aug 10, 2018

Arvonne Fraser, Who Spoke Out on Women's Issues, Dies at 92
Whether in her home state of Minnesota or in Washington, Ms. Fraser urged women to fight for their rights.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

NPR Is Criticized After White Nationalist Ranks the Races by Intelligence on Air
On "Morning Edition," the host Noel King pushed back against the race-ranking remarks, but critics said the interview allowed a bigot to spread his message.

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Aug 10, 2018

Brett Kavanaugh Urged Ken Starr Not to Indict Clinton While in Office
The view of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee about the separation of powers may please Mr. Trump. But Democrats will want to ask more questions about his views.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Roger Stone Associate Is Subpoenaed in Russia Investigation
The associate, the radio host Randy Credico, was identified as the intermediary between Mr. Stone and the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange.

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Aug 10, 2018

DeVos Ends Obama-Era Safeguards Aimed at Abuses by For-Profit Colleges
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, in her most dramatic move to deregulate for-profit colleges, announced she will end a rule to force them to prove the gainful employment of their graduates.

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Aug 10, 2018

Trump Used Racial Slur During ‘Celebrity Apprentice,' Former White House Aide Says
Omarosa Manigault Newman writes in a new memoir that she never heard President Trump use the slur but says there are tapes to prove it.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Rashida Tlaib Won a Primary This Week. She Also Lost a Primary This Week.
Here's why there are two races on the same day for the same House seat in Michigan.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Trump Hits Turkey When It's Down, Doubling Tariffs
The president's decision, announced in a tweet, raised the possibility of further tariff escalations with China and other countries whose currencies are falling against the dollar.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Trump Used Racial Slur During ‘Celebrity Apprentice,' Ex-Aide Says
Omarosa Manigault Newman writes in a new memoir that she never heard President Trump use the slur but says there are tapes to prove it.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Republican Governors in Blue States Find a Way to Get Along
Using bipartisanship and avoiding liberal tendencies, conservative governors in states like Maryland and Massachusetts may survive a blue wave in the midterms.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

At Carrier, the Factory Trump Saved, Morale Is Through the Floor
Twenty months after the president-elect reached a deal to keep blue-collar jobs from leaving the country, absenteeism plagues the Indiana plant.

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Aug 10, 2018

Trump Doubles Tariffs on Turkey as Its Currency Craters
The president's decision, announced in a tweet, raised the possibility of further tariff escalations with China and other countries whose currencies are falling against the dollar.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

E.P.A. Staff Objected to Agency's New Rules on Asbestos Use, Internal Emails Show
The clash over the proposal exposes the tensions within the E.P.A. over the Trump administration's efforts to roll back environmental regulations.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

An Economic Upturn Begun Under Obama Is Now Trump's to Tout
Both presidents have had trouble turning better times into higher approval ratings. But this time the challenge is in the hands of a salesman.

New York Times Politics
Aug 10, 2018

Cables Detail C.I.A. Waterboarding at Secret Prison Run by Gina Haspel
The 2002 cables, written or overseen by Gina Haspel, now the C.I.A. director, detail the torture of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the main suspect in the bombing of the Navy destroyer Cole.

New York Times Politics
Aug 09, 2018

Kobach Says He Will Recuse Himself From Kansas Primary Vote Count
Gov. Jeff Colyer, who had been trailing Kris Kobach by 191 votes, called on his opponent to stop advising county election officials.

New York Times Politics
Aug 09, 2018

Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels's Lawyer, Eyes Another Gig: President
Mr. Avenatti, President Trump's tormentor, said he is "strongly considering" running for president in 2020. He is attending a major Democratic dinner in Iowa this week.

New York Times Politics
Aug 09, 2018

Governor Calls for Kobach Recusal as Kansas Counts Votes
Gov. Jeff Colyer, who had been trailing Kris Kobach by 191 votes, called on his opponent to stop advising county election officials.

New York Times Politics
Aug 09, 2018

Special Counsel Is Granted Request to Keep Inquiry Details Private
A private conversation during the Paul Manafort trial concerned whether investigators had asked a cooperating witness about the Trump campaign.

New York Times Politics
Aug 09, 2018

3 Years Ago, Uber Beat Back a Cap on Vehicles. What's Changed? A Lot.
Political and market forces have changed since Mayor Bill de Blasio lost in his bid to institute a cap on for-hire vehicles three years ago.

New York Times Politics
Aug 09, 2018

F.B.I. Agent Awaits Verdict on Mystery Shots Fired at Oregon Standoff
An Oregon jury will decide the fate of an F.B.I. agent who is accused of lying about firing his rifle at a roadblock in which a militia leader was killed in 2016.

New York Times Politics
Aug 09, 2018

How a Blacklisted Russian Firm Won (and Lost) a Break From Trump's Tariffs
A Russian aluminum giant got a break that had eluded most others. Then it unraveled after Commerce officials realized it had been granted in error.

New York Times Politics
Aug 09, 2018

Court Orders E.P.A. to Ban Chlorpyrifos, Pesticide Tied to Children's Health Problems
The ruling by a federal appeals court was a major setback for the pesticide industry, which had successfully lobbied the Trump administration to reject a ban.

New York Times Politics
Aug 09, 2018

Kobach's Lead Cut in Half as Counting Error Narrows Kansas Governor Primary
Gov. Jeff Colyer, who had been trailing Mr. Kobach by 191 votes, received 100 more votes than he initially received credit for in one rural county.

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