1. Biden’s State Dinner for Japan Was Heavy on Symbolism (and Yes, Cherry Blossoms) Washington, April 11

    The event’s musical guest, Paul Simon, even learned a little Japanese for the occasion.

  2. The Full Guest List for Biden’s State Dinner With Japan Washington, April 10

    The Bidens invited more than 200 guests, including Bill and Hillary Clinton, Robert De Niro, Jeff Bezos, Masayoshi Son, Tim Cook and Kristi Yamaguchi.

  3. In an Election Year, ‘Suffs’ Takes a Political Battle to Broadway Arts & Leisure, April 8

    As Shaina Taub’s musical opens, the show’s team members, including Hillary Clinton, say they’re ready to give the women’s suffrage movement a bigger platform.

  4. Thirty Years After a Genocide in Rwanda, Painful Memories Run Deep Foreign, April 7

    The Central African country is marking the anniversary of a monthslong rampage by militiamen that killed some 800,000 people.

  5. Trump Fund-Raiser Rakes In More Than $50.5 Million, Campaign Says Politics, April 7

    The event, hosted at the Palm Beach home of the hedge-fund billionaire John Paulson, follows a concerted effort by the Trump campaign to close the money gap with Democrats.

  6. Hillary Clinton Returns to Wellesley, but the Homecoming Is More Complicated National, April 6

    Pro-Palestinian demonstrations surrounded an appearance at a new research center named after the former secretary of state and presidential nominee at her alma mater.

  7. Joe Lieberman and David Mixner, Exemplary Outsiders Op Ed, April 6

    Their experience of being outsiders deeply affected their political worldviews and caused them to embrace the struggles of other excluded Americans as their own.

  8. Three Presidents, No Neckties Styles, March 29

    Did Presidents Biden, Obama and Clinton, appearing together at a fund-raiser in open-neck shirts, look casual or ‘a little disheveled’?

  9. 4 Presidents, 2 Events and a Preview of Campaign Clashes to Come Politics, March 28

    President Biden raised $25 million at a Radio City Music Hall event, adding to his huge cash edge, after Donald Trump pushed his law-and-order message at a wake for a police officer killed on duty.

  10. The March 28 Trump Biden Election live blog included one standalone post:
  11. Obama toma el teléfono para crear una estrategia con Biden En español, March 28

    Cualquier discrepancia que haya existido entre los dos hombres sobre el futuro político de Joe Biden ha desaparecido. Ahora ambos se concentran en derrotar a Trump.

  12. Biden Will Campaign Alongside Bill Clinton and Barack Obama Politics, March 28

    The star-studded event in New York City is aimed at building on the already significant financial advantage President Biden has over former President Donald J. Trump.

  13. Biden, Fighting for Credit and Raising Cash, Gets Help From Clinton and Obama Politics, March 28

    A fund-raiser on Thursday intends to raise $25 million to help re-elect the president, who has amassed a roster of achievements, but whose approval ratings are the lowest of the three.

  14. Obama, Fearing Biden Loss to Trump, Is on the Phone to Strategize Washington, March 26

    The former president and the current one are now on the same page about Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s political future. It was not always that way.

  15. Stepping Out From Hillary Clinton’s Onscreen Shadow Culture, March 20

    For the past two decades, female presidential candidates on TV have been made in her image. Finally, that’s beginning to change.