T/clinton

  1. Anthony Weiner Is Out of Prison and in a Halfway House in New York New York, February 17

    The former congressman, imprisoned for sending lewd texts to a 15-year-old, was moved from a Massachusetts prison to a re-entry program in the city, records show.

  2. Do Women in Politics Face a Double Standard? Opinion, February 17

    Readers discuss if and how gender bias and stereotypes play a role in politics, citing past presidential races.

  3. Trump Is Driving Out Precious Republican Voters Opinion, February 16

    The young in particular are slipping away.

  4. Esquire’s Cover Boy and Our Culture of Shame Opinion, February 16

    I’m a trans woman living in Brooklyn. And I have tremendous empathy for the conservative teen in Wisconsin.

  5. Without Pelosi as a Foil, Trump Tries Out Some Alternatives U.S., February 12

    The larger question is whether a strategy of personal attacks that helped lift President Trump in 2016 will work when there’s no clear political opponent who rises above the rest.

  6. ‘This Is My Space’: Kirsten Gillibrand’s Unabashedly Feminist Campaign U.S., February 12

    The New York senator has chosen a singular path to the presidency, making running as a woman, for women, the central theme of her campaign.

  7. ‘A Woman, Just Not That Woman’: How Sexism Plays Out on the Trail U.S., February 11

    Critics called Hillary Clinton “shrill” and “unlikable.” It’s no coincidence that the same words are being used against Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand and Kamala Harris.

  8. What Past State of the Union Speeches Tell Us About the Future Podcasts, February 6

    Like President Trump, the last three presidents all lost at least one house of Congress at a midterm election. Their subsequent speeches offered a blueprint for what came next.

  9. Goodbye, Flotus. Hello... Fgotus? U.S., February 1

    The United States could have a first gentleman. A first partner? A first, well, something!

  10. He Says ‘Wall,’ They Say ‘Border Security’: A Glossary of the Border Debate U.S., January 31

    The semantics are anything but trivial.

  11. Roger Stone’s Dirty Tricks Put Him Where He’s Always Wanted to Be: Center Stage U.S., January 25

    “I have always said, the only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about,” Mr. Stone said after he was indicted in the special counsel investigation.

  12. Here’s What We Learned From Roger Stone’s Indictment U.S., January 25

    The special counsel revealed the most direct link between the Trump campaign’s and WikiLeaks’ parallel efforts to hurt the Clinton campaign.

  13. What You Need to Know About Roger Stone, Trump’s Longtime Adviser Video, January 25

    Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime Trump adviser, has been charged as part of the investigation by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III. He was arrested in a pre-dawn F.B.I. raid in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and appeared in court on Friday.

  14. Senate Intelligence Committee Subpoenas Trump Attorney Michael Cohen U.S., January 24

    The subpoena was disclosed a day after Mr. Cohen pulled out of a hearing before a House committee, citing verbal attacks by Mr. Trump.

  15. Senate Intelligence Committee Subpoenas Trump Attorney Michael Cohen U.S., January 24

    The subpoena was disclosed a day after Mr. Cohen pulled out of a hearing before a House committee, citing verbal attacks by Mr. Trump.

  16. Relations Podcasts, January 24

    What happened to all the sex in pop culture?

  17. Bill Clinton Is Writing a Book About His Post-Presidential Life U.S., January 23

    It is unclear how much of the book, if any, will deal with Hillary Clinton’s two campaigns for president, or if Mr. Clinton will address criticisms of his policy record or his misconduct with women.

  18. A Woman to Vanquish Trump Opinion, January 21

    To see this president lose to a woman would start to heal the injury of his repulsive reign.