T/obama

  1. U.S. Commandos Use Secretive Missiles to Kill Qaeda Leaders in Syria Washington, Today

    The specially designed missiles use sharp blades and blunt force, rather than explosive warheads, to kill terrorist leaders.

  2. ‘Public Trust’ Review: Saving National Lands Weekend, Today

    This documentary follows individuals pushing back against political forces that want to privatize federal lands.

  3. ‘Birtherism’ Lies About Kamala Harris Exceed Those About Obama Business, September 22

    Mentions of the racist theory about Ms. Harris spiked higher than the peak of similar lies about President Barack Obama in 2017.

  4. Biden Courts Obama-Trump Voters as the President Seeks to Hold Them Politics, September 21

    The Democratic nominee, in Wisconsin, tried to place himself on the side of American workers, while Mr. Trump used a trip to Ohio to blame his opponent for job losses there.

  5. Why Ruth Bader Ginsburg Refused to Step Down Magazine, September 21

    She could have had President Obama nominate her successor. But she didn’t get to the Supreme Court by letting other people tell her what she could do.

  6. Trump Needs a Tutorial on How International Agreements Work Editorial, September 20

    The administration is arguing that it is still a party to the Iran deal that it left with great fanfare in 2018.

  7. Trump Presses for New Justice ‘Without Delay’ as Election-Season Battle Looms Washington, September 19

    The president is likely to nominate a successor this coming week to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday, but Senate Republicans are weighing whether they have the votes to confirm his choice before the Nov. 3 election.

  8. Can Mitch McConnell Be Stopped? Op Ed, September 19

    If Republicans give Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat to some Federalist Society fanatic, Democrats should pack the court.

  9. For McConnell, Ginsburg’s Death Prompts Stark Turnabout From 2016 Stance Washington, September 18

    The majority leader pledged that President Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Ginsburg would receive a Senate vote, despite his 2016 move to block President Obama’s nominee in the waning months of his term.

  10. Would McConnell Dare Try to Fill Ginsburg’s Seat? Of Course He Will. U.S., September 18

    The majority leader pledged that President Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Ginsburg would receive a Senate vote, despite his 2016 move to block President Obama’s nominee in the waning months of his term.

  11. ‘The Way I See It’ Review: Hailing Days Not Too Far Past Weekend, September 17

    Pete Souza, the White House photographer for the Obama administration, casts a warm eye on the past and a cold eye on the present in this Dawn Porter documentary.

  12. Obama’s Memoir ‘A Promised Land’ Coming in November Books, September 17

    The former president’s publisher plans to release the book after the 2020 election and has ordered a first U.S. printing of 3 million copies.

  13. War Crimes Risk Grows for U.S. Over Saudi Strikes in Yemen Washington, September 14

    State Department officials have raised alarms about the legal risk in aiding airstrikes that kill civilians. The Trump administration recently suppressed findings as it sold more weapons to Gulf nations.

  14. Trump Has Changed the Face America Presents to the World Washington, September 12

    The people who now represent the United States, interacting with visiting foreign leaders in Washington and at the highest levels abroad, are overwhelmingly white and male.

  15. Even the Threat of a Tougher Rule on Financial Advice Has Helped Investors Sunday Business, September 11

    The Obama administration’s efforts to require firms to truly work in the interests of investors has already given people better choices, a new study says.

  16. Accused of Ruining Popcorn, Cass Sunstein Wants to Repent Book Review, September 10

    In “Too Much Information,” President Obama’s onetime regulatory chief takes another look at whether disclosing information — including calorie counts — is always a good thing.

  17. Joe Biden’s China Journey Washington, September 6

    As a United States senator, he spoke of transforming China through trade. As a presidential candidate two decades later, he denounces it as a “dictatorship.”

  18. Trump’s Tactic: Sowing Distrust in Whatever Gets in His Way Washington, September 3

    From business competition in New York to President Barack Obama’s birthplace to mail-in voting, President Trump’s goal has been to undermine the opposition and leave people uncertain about what to believe.

  19. Trump’s Tactic: Sowing Distrust in Whatever Gets in His Way Washington, September 3

    From business competition in New York to President Barack Obama’s birthplace to mail-in voting, President Trump’s goal has been to undermine the opposition and leave people uncertain about what to believe.

  20. Politics Is Back in Fashion Styles, September 2

    Four years ago, many designers said they wouldn’t dress Melania Trump. This election, designers and retailers have another message: Vote.

  21. How Do We Fix the American Presidency? Op Ed, September 1

    Trump is only the latest president to stoke fears that the office has grown too powerful. What should be done about it?

  22. The Few, the Proud, the White: The Marine Corps Balks at Promoting Generals of Color Washington, August 31

    A respected, combat-tested Black colonel has been passed over three times for promotion to brigadier general. What does his fate say about the Corps?

  23. President Trump, Don’t Leave My Brother, a Hostage, Behind Op Ed, August 30

    He was taken captive on Jan. 31 by a Taliban affiliate. The United States must win his release before it withdraws from Afghanistan.

  24. Catching the Buzz: A Young C.E.O. on Her Lemonade Business, Which Was Inspired by Bees Book Review, August 29

    Mikaila Ulmer’s “Bee Fearless” is that rarest of book breeds: the middle grade memoir.

  25. Mr. Smith Went to Washington … With Dimmers Styles, August 26

    The decorator Michael Smith, who has transformed interiors for the Obamas, Rupert Murdoch and Cindy Crawford, is spilling paint in a new book.