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New York Times Politics
Jan 22, 2022

Britain Says Moscow Is Plotting to Install a Pro-Russian Leader in Ukraine
In a highly unusual public statement, backed by U.S. officials, London named the putative head of a potential puppet government but few other details.

New York Times Politics
Jan 22, 2022

Arizona Democrats Censure Sinema After Filibuster Vote
Kyrsten Sinema, a first-term Arizona senator, was rebuked by fellow Democrats in her state after her vote on the filibuster helped sink the party's voting-rights legislation.

New York Times Politics
Jan 22, 2022

Rapid Inflation Fuels Debate Over What's to Blame: Pandemic or Policy
The White House is emphasizing that inflation is worldwide. Economists say that's true — but stimulus-spurred consumer buying is also to blame.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Voices From the March for Life
Protesters at this year's anti-abortion rally expressed excitement about a coming Supreme Court ruling that could overturn Roe v. Wade.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Arizona Sues to Stop Treasury From Recouping Relief Funds
Gov. Doug Ducey has been using federal pandemic aid to undermine school mask requirements, which Treasury said violated the law.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Biden Looks to Intel's U.S. Investment to Buoy His China Agenda
The president said passage of a China competition bill was needed "for the sake of our economic competitiveness and our national security."

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

What Mattered This Week
President Biden rebooted. Democrats feuded. And Republicans watched it all with glee.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel and State Officials Seek Answers on Fake Trump Electors
Pressure is mounting on the Justice Department to investigate bogus electors who claimed that Donald J. Trump defeated Joseph R. Biden Jr. in their states.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Supreme Court to Consider Limits of Ruling for Native Americans in Oklahoma
But the justices rejected a request from state officials to revisit a 2020 ruling that much of eastern Oklahoma falls within an Indian reservation.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Supreme Court to Consider Limits of Ruling on Oklahoma Tribes
But the justices rejected a request from state officials to revisit a 2020 ruling that much of eastern Oklahoma falls within an Indian reservation.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Texas Man Charged With Threatening to Kill Georgia Election Officials
A man accused of using Craigslist to call for the assassination of election officials is the first to be charged by the agency's task force on election threats.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Racial Turmoil Mars Signs of Progress at the U.S. Mint
A new internal report found that minorities felt marginalized at the Treasury agency that produces the nation's coins.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Biden as a New F.D.R.? Try L.B.J.
The president's agenda — big progressive change — has placed Democratic priorities over the voters' desire for practical help on the pandemic and inflation.

New York Times Politics
Jan 21, 2022

Why Biden's Agenda Brings Him Closer to L.B.J. Than F.D.R.
The president's agenda — big progressive change — has placed Democratic priorities over the voters' desire for practical help on the pandemic and inflation.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Fact-Checking McConnell's Comparison of Black Turnout Rates
The Republican leader's claim about high voter turnout in previous elections wasn't too far off base, but that doesn't mean voting access is assured.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Supreme Court Lets Texas Abortion Law Stay in Effect, for Now
In dissent, the three liberal justices said the majority, by allowing a time-consuming legal detour, had created "a disaster for the rule of law."

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

‘I Will Not Sit Quietly': 3 Black Senators in Spotlight on Voting Rights
Senators Cory Booker, Tim Scott and Raphael Warnock brought vastly different perspectives to proceedings that highlighted the Senate's striking lack of diversity.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

With Broad Safety Net Bill Stalled, Democrats Weigh What to Salvage
As discussions resumed over how to whittle down the plan, Senator Joe Manchin, a key holdout, said any talks would be starting with "a clean sheet of paper."

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

On Voting Rights Bill, Democrats Say They Had to Go Down Swinging
Senator Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, chose to plunge ahead because of the importance of the issue even after the outcome became preordained.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

On Voting Rights, Democrats Say They Had to Go Down Swinging
Senator Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, chose to plunge ahead because of the importance of the issue even after the outcome became preordained.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Winning Virginia Was the Easy Part. Can Glenn Youngkin Govern?
The new governor is converting his education-centric campaign message into policy. Republicans are pleased. Democrats are skeptical.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Supreme Court Refuses to Require Prompt Action on Texas Abortion Law
In dissent, the three liberal justices said the majority, by allowing a time-consuming legal detour, had created "a disaster for the rule of law."

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Biden the Negotiator Confronts the Cold Reality of Capitol Hill Gridlock
President Biden will retreat from fruitless negotiations with lawmakers and instead emphasize his power to govern, senior White House advisers said.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Sean Hannity Told Trump After Jan. 6: ‘No More Stolen Election Talk'
The Fox News host discussed with the White House press secretary how to dissuade the president from pursuing claims of voter fraud, newly disclosed documents show.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel Seeks Testimony From Ivanka Trump
The House committee investigating the Capitol riot requested cooperation from the former president's daughter and revealed what it has learned about what unfolded inside the White House that day.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Will Congress Pass New Regulation on Big Tech? Time May Be Running Out.
With midterm elections approaching, a vote taken on Thursday could be the first of several that Congress takes on bills aimed at the industry.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel Calls Ivanka Trump, Detailing Chaos in the White House That Day
The House inquiry into the Capitol riot requested cooperation from the former president's eldest daughter and revealed new details about what unfolded inside the White House on Jan. 6.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Jan. 6 Committee Calls Ivanka Trump
The House inquiry into the Capitol riot requested cooperation from the former president's eldest daughter and revealed new details about what unfolded inside the White House on Jan. 6.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Atlanta D.A. Requests Special Grand Jury in Trump Election Inquiry
The prosecutor, Fani T. Willis of Fulton County, Ga., is conducting a criminal investigation of election interference by the former president and his allies.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Fed opens debate over a U.S. central bank digital currency with long-awaited report.
The Federal Reserve issued a paper on the pros and cons of a central bank-backed digital dollar. It's a first step, but will kick off discussion.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Calling Civilian Casualties a ‘Failure,' Democrats Urge Biden to Do Better
In a letter to President Biden, dozens of Democrats in Congress raised grave concerns about "repeated civilian casualties arising from secretive and unaccountable lethal operations."

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Jan. 6 Committee Asks Ivanka Trump to Cooperate in Inquiry
The panel's letter to Ms. Trump is the latest step it has taken to obtain information from the former president's family about the Capitol riot.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

On Ukraine and Russia, Biden Flusters European Allies by Stating the Obvious
After the president laid bare divisions over Russian meddling in Ukraine, his administration scrambled to get on the same page with European allies.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Your Inflation Questions, Answered
The New York Times asked readers to send questions about inflation. Economists at the Federal Reserve, the White House and Wall Street weighed in.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Robert Costa, a Noted Political Reporter, Is Joining CBS News
The longtime Washington Post political reporter will take an on-air role covering campaigns and elections.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

On Ukraine, Biden Flusters European Allies by Stating the Obvious
The president laid bare divisions over Russian meddling in Ukraine, even if they have long been there for all to see.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey Enters Governor's Race
Ms. Healey, a Democrat, is the most well known of the candidates who are running to replace Gov. Charlie Baker, a Republican who is not seeking re-election.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

‘Build Back Better' Hit a Wall, but Climate Action Could Move Forward
Some Democrats want to forge ahead with a stand-alone climate bill, but their solution could mean abandoning other parts of President Biden's agenda.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Predictions Favored Solar Over Wind Power. What Happened?
One lesson: Renewable technology benefits from early, consistent government support.

New York Times Politics
Jan 20, 2022

Most ‘Havana Syndrome' Cases Unlikely Caused by Foreign Power, C.I.A. Says
A report concluded that most cases have environmental or medical causes, but the government remains focused on investigating two dozen incidents that remain unexplained.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Voting Rights Bill Is Blocked in the Senate
Without the votes to change Senate rules, Democrats had no avenue for overcoming a Republican filibuster against legislation intended to offset new state voting restrictions.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

In Rebuke to Trump, Supreme Court Allows Release of Jan. 6 Files
The House committee investigating the riot received hundreds of pages of documents from the former president's White House within hours of the ruling.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Biden Predicts Putin Will Order Ukraine Invasion, but ‘Will Regret Having Done It'
President Biden's comments went well beyond the formal intelligence assessments described by White House officials, which conclude that Russia's president has not yet decided whether to invade.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

In Press Conference, Biden Defends His First Year in Office
President Biden reserved his most aggressive language for Republicans in Congress, accusing them of conspiring to block everything that his administration has tried to do.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Voting Rights Bill Is Set for Defeat in the Senate
Without the votes to change Senate rules, Democrats cannot overcome a Republican filibuster against legislation intended to offset new state voting restrictions.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

How Jan. 6 Gave the 14th Amendment New Life
Legal scholars say a long-forgotten provision of the Constitution could bar from office anyone who encouraged the Capitol riot.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

House Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas White Nationalist Figures
The panel investigating the assault on the Capitol wants information from two leaders of the "America First" extremist movement.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Biden Will Provide 400 Million N95 Masks For Free
The masks will be distributed at pharmacies and community health centers, but some public health experts said the effort was coming too late.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Biden Predicts Russia WIll Invade Ukraine
President Biden, in a news conference defending his first year in office, delivered a grim assessment of the ability of the United States and allies to influence the Russian leader.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

As U.S. and Russia Prepare to Talk, Blinken Presents Hard Line
The U.S. secretary of state met with Ukraine's president and said he would not present a written diplomatic proposal to Russia when he meets with his Russian counterpart on Friday.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

In Rebuke to Trump, Supreme Court Won't Block Release of Jan. 6 Files
The case was a constitutional clash on the scope of executive privilege and whether a former president may invoke it when the current one has waived it.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Senators Spar Over Voting Rights and the Filibuster
Senators are debating the bill, which the House approved last week, and arguing over the very nature of their institution as they clash over the filibuster.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

How 5G Clashed With an Aviation Device Invented in the 1920s
The potential for interference between 5G signals and the radio altimeters long used by pilots has divided the telecom and aviation industries.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Roberts, Sotomayor and Gorsuch Address Reports of Conflicts Over Masks
Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who has diabetes, has been participating in Supreme Court arguments remotely. Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, her seatmate, is the only member of the court who does not wear a mask.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Sotomayor and Gorsuch Address Reports of Conflicts Over Masks
Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who has diabetes, has been participating in Supreme Court arguments remotely. Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, her seatmate, is the only member of the court who does not wear a mask.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Raw Footage of Lethal Aug. 29 Kabul Drone Strike
The New York Times is publishing the full, unedited 25 minutes of drone footage released as three video clips by the Defense Department in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

As U.S. and Russia Prepare to Talk, Blinken Pushes Back on Kremlin Demand
The U.S. secretary of state met with Ukraine's president and said he had no plans to meet Russia's insistence on a written diplomatic proposal on its demands for European security.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Drone Strike Video Shows Killing of Civilians in Afghanistan
The New York Times obtained footage of the botched strike in Kabul, whose victims included seven children, through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Newly Declassified Video Shows U.S. Killing of 10 Civilians in Drone Strike
The New York Times obtained footage of the botched strike in Kabul, whose victims included seven children, through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Biden Administration to Give Away Masks at Pharmacies and Health Centers
The White House said the government would begin shipping N95 masks at the end of this week.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Blinken Visits Ukraine, Warning of ‘Short Notice' Russian Attack
The U.S. secretary of state met with Ukraine's president before a meeting Friday with Russia's foreign minister, with Russian forces massed along the Ukrainian border.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

Democrats Blame Sinema, Manchin for Voting Rights Impasse
Prominent Democrats are expressing rage at their party's two filibuster holdouts, rather than at Republicans who are blocking their voting rights bill.

New York Times Politics
Jan 19, 2022

In Voting Rights Fight, Democrats Train Ire on Sinema and Manchin
Prominent Democrats are expressing rage at their party's two filibuster holdouts, rather than at Republicans who are blocking their voting rights bill.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Emily's List Threatens to Pull Support From Sinema Over Filibuster Stance
The powerful political action committee said the Arizona senator could find herself "standing alone" in 2024 if she refuses to change Senate rules to force through voting rights legislation.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

New Government Website for Ordering Covid Tests Is Up and Running
Visitors can go to covidtests.gov and click through to a Postal Service web page where they can order four tests per household, free of charge.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Cuomo Has $16 Million in Campaign Cash and No Campaign. What Now?
The former governor still has a big war chest even as he faces large legal bills.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Senate Opens Voting Rights Debate, With Legislative Defeat Looming
Democrats' bid to force through a new bill intended to offset state voting restrictions appeared doomed to fall to a Republican filibuster.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Emily's List Presses Kyrsten Sinema Over Filibuster Stance
The powerful political action committee said the Arizona senator could find herself "standing alone" in 2024 if she refuses to change Senate rules to force through voting rights legislation.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas Giuliani, Digging Into False Vote Fraud Claims
The House committee investigating the Capitol riot called for documents and testimony from Rudolph W. Giuliani and other members of President Donald J. Trump's legal team.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

New Government Website for Ordering Covid Tests Is Active
Visitors can go to covidtests.gov and click through to a Postal Service web page where they can order four tests per household, free of charge.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Why Trump and DeSantis Are Talking About Australia
For conservatives, the country has become a symbol of coronavirus "tyranny."

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Prosecutors Reportedly Asked About Trump's Role in Jan. 6 Riot
A court filing by a defendant in a Capitol riot case said the Justice Department was looking for information about a possible "organized conspiracy" involving the former president.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Prosecutors Said to Have Asked About Trump's Role in Jan. 6 Riot
A court filing by a defendant in a Capitol riot case said the Justice Department was looking for information about a possible "organized conspiracy" involving the former president.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Rudy Giuliani and 3 Others Subpoenaed by Jan. 6 Committee
The House committee investigating the Capitol riot called for documents and testimony from Rudolph W. Giuliani and three others.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Jan. 6 Inquiry Subpoenas Giuliani and Legal Team That Made Claims of Voting Fraud
The House committee investigating the Capitol riot called for documents and testimony from Rudolph W. Giuliani and three others.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Supreme Court Appears Skeptical of Boston's Refusal to Fly Christian Flag
The court seemed poised to rule that the city, which has approved many other requests to raise flags at its City Hall, violated a Christian group's free speech rights.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Blinken Will Meet With Russia as U.S. Pushes for More Diplomacy
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken will meet with Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov of Russia in Geneva on Friday as the United States warns that Russia could soon attack Ukraine.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Blinken to Meet With Russia as U.S. Pushes For More Diplomacy on Ukraine
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken will meet with Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov of Russia in Geneva on Friday as the United States warns that Russia could soon attack Ukraine.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Who Is King of Florida? Tensions Rise Between Trump and a Former Acolyte.
A spat over Covid has exposed friction between the former president and a rising G.O.P. governor unwilling to curb his ambitions.

New York Times Politics
Jan 18, 2022

Who Is King of Florida? Tensions Rise Between Trump and Ron DeSantis
A spat over Covid has exposed friction between the former president and a rising G.O.P. governor unwilling to curb his ambitions.

New York Times Politics
Jan 17, 2022

Russia Thins Out Its Embassy in Ukraine, a Possible Clue to Putin's Next Move
The slow evacuation may be part propaganda, part preparation for a conflict or part feint, Ukrainian and U.S. officials say. It could be all three.

New York Times Politics
Jan 17, 2022

Marchers Honor King and Call on Senate to Pass Voting Rights Legislation
The holiday came a day before the Senate returns to debate what is expected to be a doomed effort to pass the legislation. But advocates say they aren't giving up.

New York Times Politics
Jan 17, 2022

Martin Luther King Jr.'s Family Tells Senate to Legislate, ‘Not Celebrate'
Relatives of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. marched on Washington and urged the Senate to pass voting rights legislation.

New York Times Politics
Jan 17, 2022

Senate Democrats Press Ahead With Debate on Voting Rights Bill
The Senate on Tuesday will begin to debate new voting rights protections, even though the measure appears all but dead in the face of two key Democratic defections.

New York Times Politics
Jan 17, 2022

On the Scene: Trump's Latest Rally
At the first Trump rally since President Biden accused his predecessor of holding "a dagger at the throat of America," the conservative outrage at the current president was palpable.

New York Times Politics
Jan 16, 2022

Trump Rally Fact-Check: Covid-19 and Election Falsehoods
The former president falsely claimed that white Americans were being denied the Covid-19 vaccine, among other inaccuracies.

New York Times Politics
Jan 16, 2022

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There is talk about moving from ‘containment to management,' with fewer restrictions as spring semester progresses.

New York Times Politics
Jan 16, 2022

Some Colleges Loosen Rules for a Virus That Won't Go Away
There is talk about moving from ‘containment to management,' with fewer restrictions as spring semester progresses.

New York Times Politics
Jan 16, 2022

Trump's Covid and Election Falsehoods at Arizona Rally
The former president falsely claimed that white Americans were being denied the Covid-19 vaccine, among other inaccuracies.

New York Times Politics
Jan 16, 2022

Microsoft Warns of Cyber Attack on Ukrainian Computer Networks
The malware was revealed as Russian troops remain massed at the Ukrainian border, and after Ukrainian government agencies had their websites defaced.

New York Times Politics
Jan 16, 2022

Microsoft Warns of Destructive Cyberattack on Ukrainian Computer Networks
The malware was revealed as Russian troops remain massed at the Ukrainian border, and after Ukrainian government agencies had their websites defaced.

New York Times Politics
Jan 15, 2022

Trump Rally Underscores G.O.P. Tension Over How to Win in 2022
Donald Trump's rally in Arizona on Saturday will feature a host of election deniers. His involvement in state races and his inability to let go of his 2020 loss worries many Republicans.

New York Times Politics
Jan 15, 2022

Trump Rally Underscores GOP Tension Over How to Win in 2022
Donald Trump's rally in Arizona on Saturday will feature a host of election deniers. His involvement in state races and his inability to let go of his 2020 loss worries many Republicans.

New York Times Politics
Jan 15, 2022

One America News Will Be Dropped by DirecTV, a Major Distributor
The right-wing network has aired conspiracies about the 2020 election, last year's Capitol riot and the safety of coronavirus vaccines.

New York Times Politics
Jan 15, 2022

With Voting Rights Bill Dead, Democrats Face Costly Fight to Overcome GOP Curbs
Party officials now say they are resigned to spending and organizing their way around the new voting restrictions passed in Republican-controlled states.

New York Times Politics
Jan 15, 2022

With Voting Bills Dead, Democrats Face Costly Fight to Overcome G.O.P. Curbs
Party officials now say they are resigned to spending and organizing their way around the new voting restrictions passed in Republican-controlled states.

New York Times Politics
Jan 14, 2022

U.S. Says Russia Sent Saboteurs Into Ukraine to Create Pretext for Invasion
The Biden administration said the operatives were trained in urban warfare and explosives and could try to stage an incident.

New York Times Politics
Jan 14, 2022

Democrats Face a Dilemma on Voting: Compromise or Keep Pressing?
With their broad voting rights push nearing a dead end, Democrats must soon decide whether to embrace a far narrower bipartisan effort to protect vote counting and administration.

New York Times Politics
Jan 14, 2022

‘Attempted Security Threat' Disables Software at Some New York Schools
The outage in a platform used by teachers and students has caused another disruption for a system that has had its share amid the pandemic.

New York Times Politics
Jan 14, 2022

Frustrated Democrats Call for ‘Reset' Ahead of Midterm Elections
Democrats already were expecting a rough election year. But their struggle to advance priorities has some calling for a course correction.

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