1. Indictment Leaves No Doubt: Russia Backed Trump. But Was It the Difference? Washington, February 18

    The charges against 13 Russians have injected a new twist into a debate that has consumed the political universe since the final hours of election night: How did Trump do it?

  2. Russian Meddling Was a Drop in an Ocean of American-Made Discord Foreign, February 18

    It does not take much to get Americans to turn against one another. Partisan polarization was well underway before Moscow got involved.

  3. Russia Wanted Trump to Win. And It Wanted to Get Caught. Op Ed, February 17

    Its election interference didn’t aim at just the outcome — it also targeted attitudes toward our democracy.

  4. How Does a Political Reporter Write a Memoir? First, Read Books. A Lot of Books. Insider, February 16

    A reporter who spent a decade covering Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaigns talks about her adjustment to book leave and finding the “foreign land where writers live.”

  5. What if Clinton Had Done All This? Op Ed, February 1

    Conservatives would be howling for impeachment if a Democratic president had behaved like Trump.

  6. Clinton Says She Should Have Fired Campaign Aide Accused of Sexual Harassment Washington, January 30

    In a Facebook post, Hillary Clinton said she regretted shielding a top 2008 campaign adviser accused of harassment.

  7. Fix the F.B.I. Don’t Politicize It. Op Ed, January 30

    On Andrew McCabe and the memo, Trump is misusing the power of the presidency.

  8. Longest State of the Union? Not Quite, but Trump’s Was Long Express, January 30

    President Trump delivered one of the longest State of the Union addresses in 50 years, clocking in at one hour and 20 minutes. Only Bill Clinton spoke longer.

  9. The Resistance Has Come to Celebrity Award Shows Culture, January 29

    Hillary Clinton’s cameo at the Grammys set off a debate about how far glitzy awards shows should go in needling Democrats’ favorite target.

  10. James Corden Responds to Nikki Haley’s Grammys Criticism Culture, January 30

    After Hillary Clinton appeared on the Grammys, the U.N. ambassador tweeted that the awards show should not “ruin great music with trash.” James Corden fired back.

  11. Who Gets Invited to the State of the Union? Video, January 30

    Ronald Reagan invited Lenny Skutnik, who saved a woman from drowning after a plane crash, to the State of the Union in 1982. Since, presidents have kept the tradition of inviting guests.

  12. The Slut-Shaming of Nikki Haley Op Ed, January 29

    Imagine what the reaction would be to a rumor that Barack Obama’s ambassador to the United Nations was sleeping with him.

  13. Ratings for Grammy Awards Drop 24 Percent Business, January 29

    Despite performances by Kendrick Lamar, U2 and Rihanna, declines affecting other live televised events caught up to a broadcast that had defied the trend.

  14. 10 Ways Trump Has Obstructed Justice Op Ed, January 29

    A list that uses the same form as the impeachment articles against Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton.

  15. Hillary Clinton Reads ‘Fire and Fury’ at the Grammys Express, January 28

    Mrs. Clinton read an excerpt from the tell-all book about the Trump administration as part of a sketch during the Grammy Awards broadcast.

  16. Hillary Clinton Makes Grammys Cameo Video, January 28

    In a pre-recorded sketch at the 2018 Grammy Awards, Mrs. Clinton read a passage from Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury."

  17. Once Again: How Hillary Holds Up Op Ed, January 26

    Consider the saga of the faith guru gone rogue.

  18. Why Did Hillary Clinton Let This Happen? Op Ed, January 26

    Placing women in positions of leadership does not ensure they will always act to protect other women.

  19. Hillary Clinton Chose to Shield a Top Adviser Accused of Harassment in 2008 Washington, January 26

    Mrs. Clinton’s campaign manager at the time recommended that she fire the adviser, Burns Strider. Instead, Mr. Strider was docked several weeks of pay and ordered to undergo counseling.