The president lent his support to Alabama’s incumbent senator in a Republican runoff campaign, but risked alienating core anti-establishment voters.
The president asserts that the “Fake News Media” had the most sway in the 2016 election, and he again denies any Russian role in the campaign.
In Nassau and Westchester Counties, where candidates for county executive are squaring off on taxes and ethics, President Trump casts a big shadow.
Writers from across the political spectrum on Mrs. Clinton’s new book reflecting on her failed bid for the presidency.
The former presidential candidate and the politically active actress discuss the hurt of the 2016 election and how they are both moving on.
The McManus Midtown Democratic Club ruled politics in Hell’s Kitchen for a century. But the recent success in the Democratic primary of a new club, formed by a drag queen after the presidential election, ended all that.
If New York has turned inward and become obsessed with its screens, is Bill de Blasio, on his way to a second term, the mayor the city deserves?
Many Republican voters appear to be ready to follow the president wherever he goes.
The young are typically much less likely to vote, but signs suggest participation levels could soon rise.
There are few female legislators anywhere in America, but the number of women on the New York City Council is shrinking.
Mayor Bill de Blasio will now turn his focus to the general election and his matchup against Nicole Malliotakis, a Republican, and Bo Dietl, an independent.
Gentrification, development and homelessness were often the focus of the contests for 10 open seats and the 10 with embattled incumbents.
With no Republican scheduled to run in the general election, Mr. Gonzalez, the acting district attorney, will continue to serve as Brooklyn’s top prosecutor.
The judge, who wore a “Make America Great Again” cap into court the day after the presidential election, will be suspended without pay for 30 days.
A reader suggests that Mrs. Clinton should do as she likes.
With the mayor likely to win, turnout in Tuesday’s election will be the big question, as will his margin of victory over his chief rival, Sal F. Albanese.
Tuesday: Primary Election Day, a TimesTalk with Rodarte’s Mulleavy sisters, and preparing the ice for the Rangers.
“Unbelievable,” by the NBC News correspondent Katy Tur, describes what it was like to be on the front lines during the Trump presidential campaign.
Clinton’s account of the 2016 election is part post-mortem, part feminist manifesto and part score-settling jubilee.
Facebook disclosed last week that it had identified more than $100,000 worth of ads purchased by a Russian company linked to the Kremlin.
The Times’s recommendations in some of Tuesday’s races in New York City.
Stephen K. Bannon, President Trump’s former chief strategist, spared few from criticism in a new interview, going after Republicans, former colleagues and the media.
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.
Hiram Monserrate, who was convicted of assaulting his girlfriend and fraud, still has significant support in Corona, to the dismay of many Democrats.
The red-blue political divide is not only informing the president’s policies, it is influencing the bottom line of the family-run Trump Organization.
The enthusiastic crowds I saw and the political establishment I trusted lived in separate universes.
The Kremlin’s stealth intrusion into the American election was broader than previously believed.
One reader chides the media for contributing to Mrs. Clinton’s defeat, while another blames Mrs. Clinton herself and her “attitude of entitlement.”
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.
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.
Facebook said that fake accounts and pages had bought 3,000 ads focused on divisive social issues, including race and immigration.
President Trump’s eldest son is to meet Thursday with Senate Judiciary Committee investigators to answer questions about his meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer.
Keith Schiller, who has been Donald J. Trump’s bodyguard since 2004 and is the head of Oval Office operations, has told friends that he dislikes being in the White House.
Killer clowns provide some mayhem, but this season, titled “Cult,” finds its terror in the fear and anger of a fragmented citizenry.
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.
We would like to hear from people who previously supported President Trump, but no longer do.
Emails show that Felix Sater promised to get Vladimir Putin’s support for a Trump Tower in Moscow. “Our boy can become president,” he wrote.
It feels better to be the victimizer than the victim.
Clinton did what most women do when they face harassment or intimidation: ignored it. Now she’s stewing in the what-if.