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  1. 8 Podcasts to Help Make Sense of Post-Trump America Arts & Leisure, Today

    In the wake of a most untraditional presidency, these shows will keep you up-to-date on what’s happening in Washington and our politically polarized country.

  2. Why Trump Is Still Their Guy Op Ed, Today

    You don’t hear his name as much. But as far as the G.O.P. is concerned, the former president rules.

  3. After Trump ‘Failed,’ South Korean Leader Hopes Biden Can Salvage Nuclear Deal Foreign, Today

    In an interview with The New York Times, President Moon Jae-in of South Korea urged the United States to sit down with North Korea.

  4. 한국 지도자, 트럼프 ‘실패’ 후 바이든과 핵협상 구하기를 희망해 World, Today

    뉴욕타임스와의 인터뷰에서 한국 문재인 대통령은 미국과 북한의 만남을 촉구했다.

  5. 한국 지도자, 트럼프 ‘실패’ 후 바이든과 핵협상 구하기를 희망해 World, Today

    뉴욕타임스와의 인터뷰에서 한국 문재인 대통령은 미국과 북한의 만남을 촉구했다.

  6. An Early Promise Broken: Inside Biden’s Reversal on Refugees Washington, Yesterday

    What had been an easy promise on the campaign trail — to reverse what Democrats called President Donald J. Trump’s “racist” limits on accepting refugees — has become a test of what is truly important to President Biden.

  7. China’s Solar Dominance Presents Biden With an Ugly Dilemma Business, Yesterday

    President Biden’s vow to work with China on issues like climate change is clashing with his promise to defend human rights.

  8. The White House is defending an about-face on the number of refugees the U.S. admits. Washington, April 19

    Jen Psaki says the Biden administration is trying to figure out how to process more refugees.

  9. Trump will headline a golf fund-raiser with Lindsey Graham for Senate Republicans (and himself). U.S., April 19

    The $25,000 golfing fund-raiser, billed as the “Trump Graham Golf Classic,” will be held at one of the former president’s properties in Florida.

  10. U.S. to Begin Offering Vaccines to Detainees at Guantánamo Bay Washington, April 19

    The plan, initiated during the Trump administration, had been delayed after a political and public outcry.

  11. Why Political Sectarianism Is a Growing Threat to American Democracy Politics, April 19

    The country is increasingly split into camps that don’t just disagree on policy and politics — they see the other as alien, immoral, a threat. Such political sectarianism is now on the march.

  12. Alex Jones’s Podcasting Hecklers Face Their Foil’s Downward Slide Washington, April 18

    Dan Friesen and Jordan Holmes turned their Infowars-skewering podcast into a business. In the post-Trump era, they’re documenting Mr. Jones’s reckoning.

  13. One America News Network Stays True to Trump Business, April 18

    A recent OAN segment said there were “serious doubts about who’s actually president,” and another blamed “anti-Trump extremists” for the Capitol attack.

  14. Ron DeSantis Is the Republican Autopsy Op Ed, April 17

    As their theory of how to move past Donald Trump, G.O.P. insiders have the governor of Florida.

  15. Biden Administration Ends Limits on Use of Fetal Tissue for Research Science, April 17

    The decision reverses Trump administration rules and allows scientists to use tissue derived from elective abortions to develop treatments for diseases including cancer and AIDS.

  16. Biden Administration Ends Limits on Use of Fetal Tissue for Research Science, April 17

    The decision reverses Trump administration rules and allows scientists to use tissue derived from elective abortions to develop treatments for diseases including cancer and AIDS.

  17. 100 Days Without Trump on Twitter: A Nation Scrolls More Calmly Politics, April 17

    Democrats are breathing easier. Republicans are crying censorship. For all of the country’s news consumers, a strange quiet has descended after a four-year bombardment of presidential verbiage.

  18. Biden Wavers on Restricting Refugee Entry Washington, April 16

    The Biden administration will for now maintain a historically low refugee cap. But after a widespread backlash from Democrats, the White House said it would raise refugee admissions in May.

  19. The Republican Retreat on World Affairs Politics, April 17

    What will G.O.P. foreign policy be post-Trump? Who knows!

  20. Oath Keeper Pleads Guilty and Will Cooperate in Jan. 6 Riot Inquiry Washington, April 16

    The plea by a member of the far-right extremist group the Oath Keepers was the first to be entered publicly by any of the more than 400 people who have been charged so far in the attack.

  21. Justice Dept. Restores Use of Consent Decrees for Police Abuses Washington, April 16

    Attorney General Merrick Garland rescinded a Trump administration policy curbing use of the decrees, which provide a way to force changes in police departments.

  22. After backlash, Biden will increase the limit on refugee admissions. Washington, April 16

    Earlier on Friday, the administration had said it would keep the level at 15,000, but it later reversed course and said it would increase the cap next month.

  23. After backlash, Biden will increase the limit on refugee admissions. U.S., April 16

    Earlier on Friday, the administration had said it would keep the level at 15,000, but it later reversed course and said it would increase the cap next month.

  24. Haaland revokes a dozen Trump-era orders on fossil fuels and prioritizes climate change. U.S., April 16

    The interior secretary said the orders “unfairly tilted the balance of public land and ocean management toward extractive uses without regard for climate change, equity, or community engagement.”

  25. How the G.O.P. Lost Its Clear Voice on Foreign Policy Politics, April 15

    After four years of Donald J. Trump’s America-first mantra, Republican views on foreign intervention, long a signature part of the party’s brand, have splintered.

  26. Trump Is Gone, but Land Disputes Along Border Continue Under Biden Washington, April 15

    A Texas judge allowed the government this week to take possession of a family’s land because the Biden administration has yet to end lawsuits seeking property along the border.

  27. Biden Administration Says Russian Intelligence Obtained Trump Campaign Data Washington, April 15

    A Treasury Department document shed more light on links between the campaign and Russian spies.

  28. Vernon Jones, a Pro-Trump Republican, Will Challenge Kemp in Georgia Politics, April 15

    Vernon Jones, a Democrat-turned-Republican and former state representative who has called Georgia’s presidential election “fixed,” will oppose Gov. Brian Kemp, one of Donald Trump’s top targets.

  29. The Supreme Court Is Making New Law in the Shadows Op Ed, April 15

    The justices are defying their procedural rules to rewrite the Constitution.

  30. U.S. Imposes Stiff Sanctions on Russia, Blaming It for Major Hacking Operation Washington, April 15

    After years of wrist slaps under President Donald J. Trump, the new measures are intended to have a noticeable effect on the Russian economy.

  31. Trump’s Killing Spree Continues Op Ed, April 15

    Arizona follows a model that lets the government ignore questions of cruelty.

  32. Will Japan Confront China? A Visit to Washington May Offer a Clue. Foreign, April 14

    Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is the first foreign leader to be invited to the Biden White House, where he is likely to be pressed to more fully address Beijing’s threat to stability in the region.

  33. U.S. Is Expected to Approve Some Arms Sales to U.A.E. and Saudis Washington, April 14

    The Biden administration is close to completing a review of Trump-era weapons sales to the two Gulf Arab states. Democrats in Congress oppose the deals.

  34. Shades of 2016: Republicans Stay Silent on Trump, Hoping He Fades Away Politics, April 14

    Just like when Donald J. Trump was a candidate in 2016, rival Republicans are trying to avoid becoming the target of his attacks or directly confronting him, while hoping someone else will.

  35. How the Capitol Riot Suspects Are Challenging the Charges Washington, April 14

    Defense lawyers have complained that some charges do not apply to what unfolded on Jan. 6, and one argues it will be impossible to get a fair trial in Washington.

  36. Shades of 2016: Republicans Stay Silent on Trump, Hoping He Fades Away Politics, April 14

    Just like when Donald J. Trump was a candidate in 2016, rival Republicans are trying to avoid becoming the target of his attacks or directly confronting him, while hoping someone else will.

  37. A Capitol Police lieutenant won’t face charges in the Jan. 6 shooting death of a rioter. Washington, April 14

    A Justice Department inquiry found no evidence of wrongdoing in the death of Ashli Babbitt.

  38. Capitol Police Told to Hold Back on Riot Response on Jan. 6, Report Finds Washington, April 13

    Despite being tipped that “Congress itself is the target” on Jan. 6, Capitol Police were ordered not to use their most powerful crowd-control weapons, according to a scathing new watchdog report.

  39. Republicans in two rural Georgia counties censure Gov. Brian Kemp and others Politics, April 13

    The actions were driven by anger over the governor’s refusal to overturn the state’s 2020 results in favor of Trump.

  40. We Need a High Wall With a Big Gate on the Southern Border Op Ed, April 13

    Immigration is America’s lifeblood, so we can’t risk losing it.

  41. Biden to Withdraw All Combat Troops From Afghanistan by Sept. 11 Washington, April 13

    After years of arguing against an extended military presence in Afghanistan, President Biden is doing things his way, with the deadline for withdrawal set for the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

  42. Can These Democratic Pollsters Figure Out What Went Wrong? Politics, April 13

    Five competing Democratic polling firms put their heads (and their data) together about 2020.

  43. Ray Lambert, an American Hero on D-Day, Dies at 100 Obits, April 13

    A medic, he pulled wounded comrades out of the water one after another while suffering grievous wounds. President Trump honored him in a ceremony.

  44. Biden to announce full withdrawal of U.S. troops in Afghanistan by Sept. 11. Washington, April 13

    The decision will keep more than 3,000 American troops in Afghanistan beyond the May 1 deadline that was announced under the Trump administration.

  45. The officer killed when a driver rammed into him at the Capitol will lie in honor in the Rotunda. U.S., April 13

    Officer William F. Evans will be the second Capitol Police officer to be so honored after dying in the line of duty this year.

  46. Officer William F. Evans is the second Capitol Police officer to lie in honor this year after dying in the line of duty. Washington, April 13

    “His death has left a gaping void in our lives that will never be filled,” Officer Evans’s family said in a statement released last week.

  47. What Bidenism Owes to Trumpism Op Ed, April 13

    The Biden agenda tries to seize the populist opportunity that Trump let slip away.

  48. Why the G.O.P. Can’t Quit Trump Politics, April 12

    The former president is antagonizing Republican leaders, but he’s still the party’s most popular figure.

  49. Subpoenaing the Brookings Institution, Durham Focuses on Trump-Russia Dossier Washington, April 12

    The special counsel scrutinizing the Russia inquiry, a Trump-era leftover, appears to be retreading ground that an inspector general explored in 2019.

  50. ‘Like the Tiger King Got Elected Tax Collector’: Inside the Case That Ensnared Matt Gaetz Washington, April 11

    Joel Greenberg, a onetime local official in Florida, is accused of an array of crimes, including bribery, stalking and corruption.

  51. Young Migrants Crowd Shelters, Posing Test for Biden Washington, April 10

    The administration is under intensifying pressure to expand its capacity to care for as many as 35,000 unaccompanied minors, part of a wave of people crossing the border.

  52. Could Ron DeSantis Be Trump’s G.O.P. Heir? He’s Certainly Trying. Politics, April 10

    Florida’s governor has elbowed his way to the front of the line of 2024 Republican hopefuls by leveraging a brand of “competent Trumpism” (as one ally put it) and hitting back at critics of his pandemic leadership.

  53. Trump Lashes His Enemies Anew as G.O.P. Dances Around His Presence Politics, April 10

    A gathering of Republican leaders and top donors in Florida this weekend is less a reset of priorities and more a reminder of the tensions that Donald J. Trump instills in his party.

  54. Matt Gaetz Says He Is a Victim of ‘the Leaks and the Lies’ of Critics Washington, April 9

    The congressman defended himself in his first major public appearance since a Justice Department inquiry came to light last week.

  55. What President Biden Proposed in His Fiscal 2022 Spending Plan Washington, April 9

    Here’s a guide to the $1.5 trillion plan, which calls for new funding to support domestic priorities like education, biomedical research and clean energy.

  56. Biden Creating Commission to Study Expanding the Supreme Court Washington, April 9

    The commission will also examine other potential changes such as term limits for justices. Progressives are pushing President Biden to add seats to balance the court’s conservative majority.

  57. How a Defeated Trump Is Making a Muddle of the G.O.P. Politics, April 9

    The former president’s instincts for red-meat political fights over governing and policymaking have left party leaders in a state of confusion over what they stand for.

  58. In New Book, Boehner Says He Regrets Clinton Impeachment Washington, April 8

    Former Speaker John Boehner, Republican of Ohio, writes that the drive to remove President Bill Clinton was a politically motivated move he wishes he had repudiated.

  59. Former In-Law of Trump Executive Gives Prosecutors Boxes of Documents Metro, April 8

    The handover of the documents suggests prosecutors are stepping up pressure on the executive, Allen H. Weisselberg.

  60. U.S. Fails the Test on the Land Mines Treaty Letters, April 8

    A former U.S. official says the Biden administration is making a mistake by not joining the Ottawa Convention. Also: Donald Trump’s donors; the elderly in the pandemic.

  61. Indicted Matt Gaetz Associate Is Expected to Plead Guilty, Lawyers Say Washington, April 8

    The indication of a potential cooperation deal came as investigators were also examining a trip by Mr. Gaetz to the Bahamas and whether he discussed running a so-called ghost candidate in a local race.

  62. Biden Backs Taiwan, but Some Call for a Clearer Warning to China Washington, April 8

    As China grows stronger and bolder, some experts want to end Washington’s decades-long policy of “strategic ambiguity.”

  63. How Brian Kemp Is Rebounding Against Trump’s Wrath Politics, April 8

    After resisting Donald Trump’s demands to overturn Georgia’s election results, Gov. Brian Kemp was an outcast in his own party. Now he’s embraced the state’s new voting bill as a way to rebuild his standing.

  64. Top Official Warned That Covid Vaccine Plant Had to Be ‘Monitored Closely’ Investigative, April 7

    An Operation Warp Speed report last June flagged staffing and quality control concerns at Emergent BioSolutions’ factory in Baltimore. The troubled plant recently had to throw out up to 15 million doses.

  65. A court filing says parents of 445 separated migrant children still have not been found. Washington, April 7

    Advocates and Biden administration officials say finding their families is difficult with each passing day.

  66. Biden’s Tax Plan Aims to Raise $2.5 Trillion and End Profit-Shifting Washington, April 7

    The plan detailed by the Treasury Department would make it harder for companies to avoid paying taxes on both U.S. income and profits stashed abroad.

  67. Reversing Trump, Biden Restores Aid to Palestinians Washington, April 7

    The move will once again make the United States a leading donor to the United Nations agency that assists about 5.7 million Palestinians in the Middle East.

  68. For These Republicans, 2024 Is Just Around the Corner Politics, April 7

    Mike Pence. Mike Pompeo. Rick Scott. They share big ambitions, but one name hovers above them all …

  69. After the Capitol Riot, Democrats Are Torn Over Working With the G.O.P. Washington, April 7

    An uneasy détente has emerged between congressional Republicans and Democrats after the Jan. 6 attack, but relationships are badly frayed.

  70. Biden’s Tax Plan Aims to Raise $2.5 Trillion and End Profit-Shifting Washington, April 7

    The plan detailed by the Treasury Department would make it harder for companies to avoid paying taxes on both U.S. income and profits stashed abroad.

  71. G.O.P. Group Warns of ‘Defector’ List if Donors Uncheck Recurring Box Politics, April 7

    The National Republican Congressional Committee says to donors who opt out of recurring monthly donations: “We will have to tell Trump you’re a DEFECTOR.”

  72. G.O.P. Group Warns of ‘Defector’ List If Donors Uncheck Recurring Box Politics, April 7

    The National Republican Congressional Committee says to donors who opt out of recurring monthly donations: “We will have to tell Trump you’re a DEFECTOR.”

  73. Democratic lawmakers join a lawsuit that accuses Trump and Giuliani of conspiring to incite the Jan. 6 riot. U.S., April 7

    The suit accuses the former president and his lawyer of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act, an 1871 statute that includes protections against violent conspiracies that interfered with Congress’s constitutional duties.

  74. Democratic lawmakers join a lawsuit that accuses Trump and Giuliani of conspiring to incite the Jan. 6 riot. Washington, April 7

    The suit accuses the former president and his lawyer of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act, an 1871 statute that includes protections against violent conspiracies that interfered with Congress’s constitutional duties.

  75. Democratic lawmakers join a lawsuit that accuses Trump and Giuliani of conspiring to incite the Jan. 6 riot. Washington, April 7

    The suit accuses the former president and his lawyer of violating the Ku Klux Klan Act, an 1871 statute that includes protections against violent conspiracies that interfered with Congress’s constitutional duties.

  76. Boehner Blasts Trump, Saying He ‘Incited That Bloody Insurrection’ Politics, April 7

    In his new book, John Boehner, the Republican former House speaker, sharply rebukes the former president for his role in the “mob violence” at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

  77. Official Censorship Should Have No Place in the Digital Public Square Op Ed, April 7

    Courts are barring public officials from blocking critics from their social media accounts.

  78. Matt Gaetz, Loyal for Years to Trump, Is Said to Have Sought a Blanket Pardon Washington, April 6

    The congressman was at the time under investigation over whether he violated sex trafficking laws, though it was unclear what he knew of the inquiry.

  79. Biden Keeps Trump’s Policy Retaining Land Mines in U.S. Arsenal, for Now Washington, April 6

    On the campaign trail, Joseph R. Biden Jr. had pledged to reverse his predecessor’s land mine policy. A Pentagon spokesman said the matter was under review.

  80. Ex-Trump Official Fined and Barred From Government Over R.N.C. Video Metro, April 6

    Lynne Patton recruited and interviewed public housing tenants in New York City for a pro-Trump re-election video. The residents accused her of tricking them into participating.

  81. Iran and U.S. Agree on Path Back to Nuclear Deal Foreign, April 6

    In indirect talks in Vienna, the U.S. and Iran agreed to try to synchronize Washington’s lifting of sanctions and Iran’s limiting of uranium enrichment.

  82. Fears of White People Losing Out Permeate Capitol Rioters’ Towns, Study Finds Washington, April 6

    Counties with the most significant declines in the non-Hispanic white population were the most likely to be homes to people who stormed the Capitol.

  83. The Biden administration will seek the public’s input on a Title IX overhaul. Washington, April 6

    The Department of Education will hold a public hearing for students, educators, and other stakeholders to share “important insights” on sexual harassment and gender-based discrimination.

  84. Georgia’s New Law, and the Risk of Election Subversion Upshot, April 6

    A reminder from a January phone call that the reform bill by congressional Democrats may not have the proper protections.

  85. He Was Charged in an Anti-Asian Attack. It Was His 33rd Arrest. Metro, April 6

    Many people arrested in assaults on Asian residents in New York have had a history of mental health episodes, arrests and homelessness, complicating the city’s search for an effective response.

  86. Biden Should Finish the Wall Op Ed, April 5

    … Or the next Trump will.

  87. Trump argues that his fund-raising was ‘done legally,’ in response to a Times investigation. Washington, April 5

    The Times reported that many donors had unwittingly become repeat contributors to Donald J. Trump’s campaign because of prechecked boxes in digital donation forms.

  88. The Iran Nuclear Talks Explained Foreign, April 5

    Talks in Vienna starting Tuesday will try to bring both the United States and Iran back into compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal. It won’t be easy.

  89. The Supreme Court vacates ruling that Trump violated the First Amendment by blocking people on Twitter. Washington, April 5

    The Supreme Court’s move was expected, as Mr. Trump is no longer president and Twitter has permanently suspended his account.

  90. Biden Steps Up Federal Efforts to Combat Domestic Extremism Washington, April 4

    The administration has taken a series of steps to prioritize dealing with white supremacists and militias, especially after the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.

  91. How Trump Steered Supporters Into Unwitting Donations Politics, April 3

    Online donors were guided into weekly recurring contributions. Demands for refunds spiked. Complaints to banks and credit card companies soared. But the money helped keep Donald Trump’s struggling campaign afloat.

  92. One Republican’s Lonely Fight Against a Flood of Disinformation Politics, April 3

    After losing an ugly congressional race last year, Denver Riggleman is leading a charge against the conspiracy-mongering coursing through his party. He doesn’t have many allies.

  93. Apprehensions at Border Reach Highest Level in at Least 15 Years Washington, April 2

    More migrant families are entering the United States and being released, new figures for March show, as thousands of children remain in detention facilities.

  94. Trump’s Latino Support Was More Widespread Than Thought, Report Finds Politics, April 2

    While Latinos played a major role in Democratic victories last year, Donald Trump’s outreach to them proved successful in states around the country, not just in certain geographic areas.

  95. Reversing Trump, Biden Repeals Sanctions on Human Rights Prosecutor Washington, April 2

    The move revokes an executive order that put the United States at odds with many of its European allies.

  96. The Matt Gaetz Investigation: What We Know Washington, April 2

    The Justice Department is said to be investigating the congressman’s encounters with women recruited online for sex and whether he had sex with a 17-year-old girl.

  97. El verdadero motivo detrás de la crisis en la frontera en Español, April 2

    Los empleadores estadounidenses son parte del problema por su disposición a contratar a millones de inmigrantes no autorizados. Deben asumir su responsabilidad.

  98. The Perpetual Crisis at the Border — and What We Can Do About It Op Ed, April 2

    The U.S. immigration system doesn't reflect its own needs or those of its southern neighbors.

  99. A global aid program championed by Ivanka Trump has serious problems, a report finds. Washington, April 1

    So haphazard was management of the program that an independent watchdog was unable to determine whether it actually worked.

  100. The Real Reason for the Border Crisis Op Ed, April 1

    No one is holding American employers to account for their willingness to hire millions of unauthorized immigrants.

  101. Investigators say a Trump aide took it upon himself to award hefty pandemic contracts. Washington, March 31

    Peter Navarro, frustrated by the snail’s pace response to Covid-19, gave contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars to politically connected or novice companies, according to a House inquiry.

  102. Matt Gaetz investigado por posible tráfico sexual, según fuentes en Español, March 31

    En los últimos meses del gobierno de Trump el Departamento de Justicia abrió una investigación en torno al congresista por Florida, dijeron personas con conocimiento del asunto.

  103. N.Y. Seeks Trump Insider’s Records, in Apparent Bid to Gain Cooperation Investigative, March 31

    State prosecutors in Manhattan subpoenaed the personal bank records of the Trump Organization’s longtime C.F.O. and are scrutinizing gifts he received from the former president.

  104. Biden Details $2 Trillion Plan to Rebuild Infrastructure and Reshape the Economy Washington, March 31

    The president began selling his proposal on Wednesday, saying it would fix 20,000 miles of roads and 10,000 bridges, while also addressing climate change and racial inequities and raising corporate taxes.

  105. Two Capitol Police Officers Sue Trump Over January Riot Express, March 31

    Former President Donald J. Trump “inflamed, encouraged, incited, directed, and aided and abetted” the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, the officers’ lawsuit said.

  106. Biden Wants to Pay for Infrastructure Plan With 15 Years of Corporate Taxes Washington, March 30

    The president will propose using the revenue from increasing corporate taxes to pay for eight years of ambitious spending on roads, bridges, utilities and other needs.

  107. Matt Gaetz Is Said to Face Justice Dept. Inquiry Over Sex With an Underage Girl Washington, March 30

    An inquiry into the Florida congressman was opened in the final months of the Trump administration, people briefed on it said.

  108. A federal judge threw out a confidentiality agreement signed by a Trump campaign aide. Washington, March 30

    The case is one of several in which former President Donald J. Trump went after former aides that criticized him or his campaign.

  109. State Dept. Reverses Trump Policies on Reproductive and Religious Freedoms Washington, March 30

    Even as Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken similarly condemned abuses and oppression from China to Syria to Venezuela, he overturned aspects of the Trump administration’s human rights agenda.

  110. Biden’s Judicial Counterpunch to Trump Begins Politics, March 30

    With a diverse initial slate of nominees, the president is starting to try to neutralize his predecessor’s profound influence on the courts.

  111. Police-University Partnerships Letters, March 30

    Readers propose research to address police killings of civilians. Also: Why menthol cigarettes should be banned; The Nation magazine’s history; the Republicans’ problem; museum finances.

  112. ‘Apprentice’ Contestant Can Proceed With Trump Suit After Court Ruling Metro, March 30

    The court’s decision, in a case against the former president by Summer Zervos, could compel Mr. Trump to testify under oath.

  113. Biden Names Diverse Nominees for the Federal Bench Washington, March 30

    The president’s first choices for district and appeals court openings reflected his campaign promise to choose judges who don’t have traditional backgrounds.

  114. Biden Names Diverse Nominees for the Federal Bench Washington, March 30

    The president’s first choices for district and appeals court openings reflected his campaign promise to choose judges from outside of traditional backgrounds.

  115. A National Campaign to Restrict Voting Podcasts, March 30

    Following the 2020 election, Georgia Republicans have restricted voting rights. Other states are likely to follow suit.

  116. The G.O.P. Has Some Voters It Likes and Some It Doesn’t Op Ed, March 30

    This is what happens when a political party turns against democracy.

  117. ‘Babylon Berlin,’ Babylon America? Op Ed, March 30

    How watching a TV show about Weimar Germany can help us interpret our own era.

  118. Officials’ Missteps on Covid, Then and Now Letters, March 29

    Readers chastise health officials for not speaking out earlier, urge a slower reopening for New York City and propose a national day of mourning.

  119. The Biden administration will investigate Trump-era attacks on science. Climate, March 29

    The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy intends to ask all agency leaders to identify political tampering in science-based policies and decisions over the past four years.

  120. Joe Biden Did Not Appear to Be a Master of Disguise Op Ed, March 29

    Whether you like him or hate him, the president isn’t quite who we thought he was.

  121. Trump’s former pandemic coordinator suggests that a restrained response may have cost hundreds of thousands of lives. Washington, March 28

    In one of a series of interviews with U.S. medical officials tasked with the initial fight against the coronavirus, Dr. Deborah Birx said that the country’s loss of life could have been mitigated.

  122. Do You Think You Can Tell How a Neighborhood Voted Just by Looking Around? Interactive, March 28

    An interactive, street-level tour of America’s full political landscape.

  123. The Original 20 Guantánamo Detainees: A Roster, and Where They Are Now Washington, March 27

    Starting with the Bush administration, the United States has gradually transferred all but two of the first 20 prisoners at the wartime detention facility to other nations. Here’s who, and where, they are.

  124. The Original 20 Guantánamo Detainees: A Roster, and Where They Are Now Washington, March 27

    Starting with the Bush administration, the United States has gradually transferred all but two of the first 20 prisoners at the wartime detention facility to other nations. Here’s who, and where, they are.

  125. Under Biden, Diplomacy Is an Attractive Career Again Washington, March 27

    Interest in becoming a diplomat has grown, and President Biden’s outreach to other nations is appealing to aspiring diplomats, many of whom felt alienated by Trump policies.

  126. A Yale Psychiatrist’s Tweet About Dershowitz, Her Dismissal, and a Lawsuit Metro, March 26

    The psychiatrist, Bandy X. Lee, said she was let go after the lawyer Alan M. Dershowitz complained to the university. Yale said she violated ethics rules against diagnosing public figures, her lawsuit claims.

  127. The Agency at the Center of America’s Tech Fight With China Washington, March 26

    Washington lawmakers, lobbyists and other parties have been vying to influence how the Bureau of Industry and Security, under the Biden administration, will approach a technology relationship with China.

  128. A Top G.O.P. Pollster on Trump 2024, QAnon and What Republicans Really Want Op Ed, March 26

    Kristen Soltis Anderson has done some of the most in-depth surveys of the party’s voters to date. Her findings are unnerving.

  129. Timing Is Everything, Biden Says, and ‘Politics Is the Art of the Possible’ Washington, March 25

    In his first formal news conference since taking office, President Biden offered an early glimpse of the man who inhabits the Oval Office and his approach to the presidency.

  130. Timing Is Everything, Biden Says, and ‘Politics Is the Art of the Possible’ Washington, March 25

    In his first formal news conference since taking office, President Biden offered an early glimpse of the man who inhabits the Oval Office and his approach to the presidency.

  131. Trump May Start a Social Network. Here’s My Advice. Op Ed, March 25

    Recast your past failures as successes, engage in meaningless optics, and other tips from the Silicon Valley playbook.

  132. Here’s a fact check of Biden’s first news conference. Washington, March 25

    President Biden’s remarks criticizing his predecessor on immigration policy and tax cuts included some inaccurate or exaggerated statements.

  133. El agente Brian Sicknick murió tras el asalto al Capitolio. Nuevos videos muestran cómo fue atacado Interactive, March 25

    Nuevos videos obtenidos por The New York Times muestran al público por primera vez cómo fue atacado con spray químico el agente de la Policía del Capitolio que murió tras enfrentarse a los asaltantes el 6 de enero.

  134. Republicans Aim to Seize More Power Over How Elections Are Run Politics, March 24

    G.O.P. lawmakers in at least eight states controlled by the party are trying to gain broad influence over the mechanics of voting, in an effort that could further undermine the country’s democratic norms.

  135. Virginia Becomes First Southern State to Abolish the Death Penalty Washington, March 24

    “Ending the death penalty comes down to one fundamental question, one question: Is it fair?” said Gov. Ralph Northam, who signed the bill on Wednesday.

  136. Senate Democrats plan to employ an obscure legislative tool to reinstate an Obama-era climate change rule. Washington, March 24

    Democrats hope to wipe out some of the executive-branch policies enacted in the last days of the Trump administration.

  137. Biden Names Harris to Work With Central America on Migration Washington, March 24

    The president gave the vice president a prominent role in the politically charged issue at a time when thousands of children are being detained in facilities along the border.

  138. Biden Names Harris to Work With Central America on Migration Washington, March 24

    The president gave the vice president a prominent role in the politically charged issue at a time when thousands of children are being detained in facilities along the border.

  139. Justice Dept. Links Oath Keepers and Proud Boys Ahead of Capitol Riot Washington, March 24

    A member of the Oath Keepers militia said he was communicating with the far-right Proud Boys, prosecutors said, making their first link between the groups.

  140. E.P.A. to Review Attacks on Science Under Trump Climate, March 24

    The agency said it would carry out an accounting of political interference in science, an unusually public act that Biden administration officials said was needed to restore trust in the agency’s decisions.

  141. Gracias a Dios: la fe deja de ser exclusiva de la derecha en Español, March 24

    La llegada a la Casa Blanca de un presidente que va a misa, complica las discusiones sobre la fe en Estados Unidos. ¡Aleluya!

  142. I Represent El Paso. What I’m Asking For Doesn’t Include Open Borders. Op Ed, March 24

    Until we address what motivates vulnerable people to leave their home countries, they will continue to come.

  143. Officer Brian Sicknick Died After the Capitol Riot. New Videos Show How He Was Attacked. Interactive, March 24

    New videos obtained by The New York Times show publicly for the first time how the U.S. Capitol Police officer who died after facing off with rioters on Jan. 6 was attacked with chemical spray.

  144. We See the Left. We See the Right. Can Anyone See the ‘Exhausted Majority’? Op Ed, March 24

    If it’s gone, the consequences are enormous.

  145. Postal Service Plans Price Increases and Service Cuts to Shore Up Finances Washington, March 23

    The 10-year plan, which would lengthen promised delivery times and reduce post office hours, among other provisions, drew immediate condemnation from Democrats in Congress.

  146. G.O.P. and Allies Draft ‘Best Practices’ for Restricting Voting Politics, March 23

    As Republican legislatures seek to usher in a raft of new voting restrictions, they are being prodded by an array of party leaders and outside groups working to coordinate the efforts.

  147. House Review of Narrow Iowa Election Win Revives Partisan Brawl Washington, March 23

    After one of the closest contests in American history, the House must now decide whether to unseat Mariannette Miller-Meeks, a Republican.

  148. What Are Republicans So Afraid Of? Op Ed, March 23

    Instead of conspiracy-mongering about an election they did well in, they could try to win real majorities.

  149. Eric Greitens and Mo Brooks Announce Senate Bids in Missouri and Alabama Politics, March 22

    The hard-right Republicans’ entry to the races for open Senate seats heralded fiercely contested G.O.P. primaries in the two deeply conservative states.

  150. The Trump Presidency Is History. They’re Writing the First Draft. Culture, March 22

    A group of academics gathered to write a first scholarly history of the Trump administration. How do you contextualize a presidency that, as one put it, may have “jumped the shark”?