Showtime has acquired the rights to “The President Is Missing,” the novel that the former president and the best-selling author are writing together.
Senator Bill Cassidy had promoted what he called the Jimmy Kimmel test, but Mr. Kimmel said that Mr. Cassidy’s own policies didn’t adhere to it.
In a symbolic passing of the guard, Mr. Clinton will be the first speaker Wednesday at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum.
With President Trump’s first address to the United Nations on Tuesday, here’s a look at past presidents’ first speeches.
Writers from across the political spectrum on Mrs. Clinton’s new book reflecting on her failed bid for the presidency.
In a series of eclectic Twitter posts, President Trump also appeared to refer to Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, as Rocket Man.
Linda Bloodworth Thomason clarifies that she was the primary creative force for the Bill Clinton biopic.
The former presidential candidate and the politically active actress discuss the hurt of the 2016 election and how they are both moving on.
Lawyers for the former congressman suggested that the teenage victim was motivated by money and a desire to influence the presidential election.
Who’s who on the president’s naughty and nice list. And why.
A federal judge revoked Mr. Shkreli’s bail, sending the former pharmaceutical executive to jail after he offered $5,000 for a strand of Mrs. Clinton’s hair.
A reader suggests that Mrs. Clinton should do as she likes.
Jon Meacham on how Clinton’s chronicle of loss in 2016 compares with those of defeated candidates past.
Clinton’s account of the 2016 election is part post-mortem, part feminist manifesto and part score-settling jubilee.
President Trump’s phony electoral integrity commission strikes out again.
In an interview with CBS’s “Sunday Morning,” part of a publicity tour for her new book, Mrs. Clinton spoke about losing the election and her plans for the future.
She is not going to be off on an indefinite hike in the Chappaqua woods.
One reader chides the media for contributing to Mrs. Clinton’s defeat, while another blames Mrs. Clinton herself and her “attitude of entitlement.”
An award-winning documentarian, Mr. Tuchman introduced Bill Clinton to many Americans in a film nationally broadcast from the 1992 Democratic convention.
The regret is one of a catalog of mistakes — large and small — that Mrs. Clinton lists in the election post-mortem “What Happened.”
Mrs. Clinton will talk about her failed bid for the White House and more in her first late-night TV appearance since the 2016 election.
The president said he was not having second thoughts about his controversial decision to end DACA. Mr. Meyers quipped, “He doesn’t have first thoughts.”
The campaign, One America Appeal, is expected to expand to help people affected by Hurricane Irma, which is expected to hit Florida this weekend.
Posing as ordinary citizens on Facebook and building “warlists” of Twitter accounts, suspected Russian agents intervened last year in the American democratic process.
The presidential campaign is history, but the debate about the future of the Democratic Party feels like it’s just getting started.
Mr. Noah came up with a plan to get everyone on the same page about what he says is causing the hurricanes in the Atlantic.
Readers discuss Mrs. Clinton’s regrets over not confronting Mr. Trump.
A Times investigation has found that infiltration efforts were broader than previously disclosed and that state and federal agencies have conducted few forensic inquiries.
President Trump charged that James B. Comey had “exonerated” his opponent Hillary Clinton before completing an investigation.
Clinton did what most women do when they face harassment or intimidation: ignored it. Now she’s stewing in the what-if.