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  1. A Constitutional Puzzle: Can the President Be Indicted? National, Today

    The Constitution includes detailed instructions for impeachment. But there’s no clear answer on whether a president may be criminally prosecuted....

  2. The Groundhog Day War in Afghanistan Editorial, Today

    Generals want up to 5,000 more troops for a conflict which was supposed to have ended years ago....

  3. Donald Trump: The Gateway Degenerate Editorial, Today

    Republicans in the age of Trump have sadly moved away from morality as a viable concept....

  4. The Coat of Arms Said ‘Integrity.’ Now It Says ‘Trump.’ Business, Yesterday

    The emblem used by the Trump Organization in the United States had to be changed in Britain, since it belongs to another family....

  5. Senior P.G.A. Championship, Held at Trump National Golf Club, Draws Protests National, Yesterday

    Despite continuing criticism, President Trump has rejected calls to fully divest from his family’s golfing empire, which reportedly accounts for about half of his personal revenue....

  6. Merkel, After Discordant G-7 Meeting, Is Looking Past Trump Foreign, Yesterday

    After President Trump declined to endorse NATO’s doctrine of collective defense and the Paris climate pact, the German leader said Europe should “take our fate into our own hands.”...

  7. Isn’t Some of the Trump Hotel Profit Ours? Editorial, Today

    Remember when he said he’d keep things constitutional by donating profits from foreign guests? You didn’t believe him, did you?...

  8. Reported Talks by Jared Kushner With Russia Would Be ‘Good Thing,’ Trump Official Says National, Yesterday

    John F. Kelly, the homeland security secretary, played down reports of a back channel. The president, meanwhile, resumed using Twitter as a weapon....

  9. Trump’s Proposed Budget Cuts Trouble Bioterrorism Experts National, Yesterday

    One aspect of national security would be shortchanged in the president’s budget proposal: protecting against deadly pathogens, man-made or natural....

  10. As Iran and U.S. Leaders Trade Barbs, Big Deals Proceed Foreign, Yesterday

    While Trump calls for Iran’s isolation and Khamenei snipes in return, the two sides are inking billion-dollar deals and keeping lines of communication open....

  11. Melania Trump, in Supporting Role, Shows Subdued Star Power on Trip Foreign, Yesterday

    Mrs. Trump’s travels with the president were something of a coming-out party, which may offer clues to what kind of first lady she could become....

  12. Trump Returns to Crisis Over Kushner as White House Tries to Contain It National, May 27

    President Trump arrived home Saturday to face reports that his son-in-law is under scrutiny in inquiries into possible ties between Russia and associates of Mr. Trump....

  13. Paid Family Leave Is What Liberals Want, Right? Op Ed, May 27

    Ivanka Trump’s favored policy makes the budget....

  14. For Trump and G.O.P., the Welfare State Shouldn’t Be the Enemy Op Ed, May 27

    A free-market welfare state may seem like an oxymoron, but it’s the future of the Republican Party....

  15. A Trump Campaign Rally Led to Shoving, and Legal Wrangling, Too National, May 27

    President Trump faces two lawsuits stemming from a 2016 event: one filed by a black woman who was pushed toward the exit, and another by a white nationalist who tried to remove her....

  16. Trump Ends Trip Where He Started: At Odds With Allies and Grilled on Russia Foreign, May 27

    Despite intense lobbying by world leaders, Mr. Trump did not endorse the Paris climate accords on the last day of his trip abroad....

  17. The Dumb Politics of Elite Condescension Op Ed, May 27

    Donald Trump feeds off class resentment. Let’s stop making his job easier....

  18. Trump’s Hand-to-Hand Combat Editorial, May 27

    An ex-president is blissful; the new one is truculent. Even our allies are avoiding Donald’s clutches....

  19. How Not to Fight Trump Op Ed, May 27

    Too much anti-Trump judicial overreach could create a crisis....

  20. Trumpcare’s Cruelty, Reaffirmed Editorial, May 27

    Any doubts about the senseless cruelty underlying President Trump’s health care agenda were put to rest last week by two government documents....

  21. The G-7 Statement on the Paris Accords Interactive, May 27

    In the document addressing the climate pact and other topics, six nations reaffirmed their commitment to cutting planet-warming emissions....

  22. Defenders of the Faith in Government Editorial, May 27

    Committed, talented and honest public servants are a bulwark against President Trump’s abuse of democratic institutions....

  23. The Risks of U.S. Inaction on Climate Change Letters, May 27

    California’s antipollution policies and China’s renewable energy strides put the U.S. to shame, readers say....

  24. How the Clothes Make the First Lady Insider, May 27

    Some criticize writing about the fashion statements of public figures like Melania Trump. But sartorial choices tell us a lot about a person....

  25. The G-7 Statement on the Paris Accords Interactive, May 27

    In the document addressing the climate pact and other topics, six nations reaffirmed their commitment to cutting planet-warming emissions.

  26. Is China Outsmarting America in A.I.? Sunday Business, May 27

    Its ambitions mingle sci-fi ideas and big money with the needs of an authoritarian state....

  27. Kushner Is Said to Have Discussed a Secret Channel to Talk to Russia National, May 26

    A back channel between Jared Kushner, a White House adviser, and Moscow was proposed to discuss Syria, but never pursued, in the weeks before Donald J. Trump’s inauguration....

  28. Mild in Mideast, Trump Is All Elbows in a Europe Eager to Jab Back Foreign, May 26

    The president played the statesman in the Middle East, but has switched to a familiar role, disrupter, as he joins the Group of 7 meeting, getting headlines like “Boor in Chief.”...

  29. White House Backs Down on Keeping Ethics Waivers Secret National, May 26

    In a reversal, the White House said it would publicly disclose waivers allowing former lobbyists to work in the administration....

  30. Russian Once Tied to Trump Aide Seeks Immunity to Cooperate With Congress National, May 26

    Oleg V. Deripaska’s offer comes amid increased attention to his ties to Paul Manafort, who is one of several Trump associates under F.B.I. scrutiny....

  31. With a Presidential Boost, the P.G.A. Comes to Trump National Business, May 26

    The event, the Senior P.G.A. Championship, illustrates the pitfalls associated with a president unwilling to make a clean break with his commercial empire....

  32. The Problem Isn’t Food Stamps, It’s Poverty Editorial, May 26

    That so many working households qualify for the aid reflects the prevalence of low wage jobs, the real problem Washington should be solving....

  33. U.S. Quietly Lifts Limit on Number of Refugees Allowed In Foreign, May 26

    Despite President Trump’s efforts to curtail resettlement, the State Department’s move could result in a near doubling of refugees entering the country....

  34. Trump’s Triumph: A Foreign Policy Non-Disaster Op Ed, May 26

    He restored normality to a United States Middle Eastern policy that had become abnormal under Obama....

  35. At Wellesley, Hillary Clinton Criticizes Trump and Invokes Nixon Resignation National, May 26

    As her commencement speech unfolded, it was increasingly critical of the administration of the man who defeated her to become president, without ever naming him....

  36. Going Beyond Bad Trump Op Ed, May 26

    Montana gave its House seat to a Trump supporter who had just assaulted a reporter for asking about health care legislation....

  37. Do We Really Want Mike Pence to Be President? Op Ed, May 26

    Everyone seems to be dreaming of replacing a flamboyantly unqualified man with a quietly unqualified one....

  38. Trump Says NATO Allies Don’t Pay Their Share. Is That True? Foreign, May 26

    When the president suggests that many allies “owe massive amounts of money” to the alliance, he has a point, but he mischaracterizes the way it works....

  39. Why the Palestinian Authority Should Be Shuttered Opinion, May 26

    With a failed peace process and his administration acting as Israel’s enforcer, Mahmoud Abbas has lost legitimacy.

  40. The Awkward Body Language of Donald Trump Op Ed, May 26

    In the post-truth presidency, a gesture is worth a thousand words....

  41. Defending Cuts, Mulvaney Misleads on Food Stamps and Big Bird National, May 26

    The budget director defended proposed budget cuts with inaccurate claims....

  42. The Trump Effect on C.E.O. Pay Sunday Business, May 26

    A close look at the numbers suggests that the levitating 2016 stock market was a powerful driver of C.E.O. pay....

  43. Can the Paris Climate Deal Survive a Trump-Style Renegotiation? Foreign, May 26

    Some advocates of global climate action think the pact would be stronger if the United States simply left, rather than remaining in and demanding big changes....

  44. Why the Palestinian Authority Should Be Shuttered Op Ed, May 26

    With a failed peace process and his administration acting as Israel’s enforcer, Mahmoud Abbas has lost legitimacy....

  45. For Many, ‘Bloom County’ Creator’s Trump Joke Doesn’t Land Culture, May 26

    Berkeley Breathed, the creator of the comic strip, shared a (fake) letter telling him to stop using Mr. Trump’s image....

  46. Trump’s Posture Toward NATO Letters, May 26

    Readers criticize his rebuke of allies for not paying their fair share, his “wavering commitment” and his pushing aside the Montenegro prime minister....

  47. Melania Trump’s International Style Slideshow, May 26

    The first lady wore modest outfits (and many belts) on her first trip overseas since the inauguration....

  48. Melania Trump’s International Style Slideshow, May 26

    The first lady wore modest outfits (and many belts) on her first trip overseas since the inauguration.

  49. When Donald Trump Met Pope Francis Op Ed, May 26

    Or, when @realDonaldTrump met @Pontifex....

  50. As C.E.O. Pay Packages Grow, Top Executives Have the President’s Ear Sunday Business, May 26

    The top 200 chief executives, who make more than last year, are holding meetings with President Trump, who is considering rolling back Dodd-Frank regulations....

  51. Leaks: A Uniquely American Way of Annoying the Authorities Foreign, May 25

    Is there something particularly American about leaking? Some national allergy to protecting government secrets? Yes, in fact, there is....

  52. ‘Beautiful Military Equipment’ Can’t Buy Middle East Peace Op Ed, May 26

    Like the United States, Iran wants to tackle terror. But what about the Saudis?...

  53. Where Will the Medical Misfits Go? Op Ed, May 26

    Safety-net hospitals keep us all healthy by treating the patients no one else wants. Don’t let Republicans destroy them....

  54. The Power of Ariana Grande Op Ed, May 26

    Is Grande’s network of 150 million people stronger than the terrorist Abedi’s? Yes it is....

  55. In Taormina, a Playground for the Jet Set, Trump’s Worlds Will Collide Foreign, May 25

    A police state during the Group of 7 summit meeting, the city maintains its reputation as a pleasure dome for reality TV stars, aging playboys and affluent Russians....

  56. It’s All About Trump’s Contempt Op Ed, May 26

    His budget and health plan show he despises his voters. Will they notice?...

  57. President Trump Fails NATO Editorial, May 26

    What possesses him to treat America’s allies so badly?...

  58. Appeals Court Will Not Reinstate Trump’s Revised Travel Ban National, May 25

    In a fresh setback for the administration, a federal court in Richmond, Va., said the ban “drips with religious intolerance, animus and discrimination.”...

  59. Even in Liberal Cities, Budgets Push Austerity Into Starvation Territory Metropolitan, May 25

    Proposed cuts in President Trump’s budget to food assistance programs would make the country’s hunger problem even worse....

  60. Trump and Obama Visited Europe. One Got a Warm Welcome. Foreign, May 25

    It was a coincidence of scheduling for the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, but the difference in the receptions of the former and current presidents was telling....

  61. Trump Has Changed a Night at the Opera, Too Arts & Leisure, May 26

    Political strands within familiar works have been popping out with startling resonance in a series of recent performances, our critic writes....

  62. Trump Administration Considers Moving Student Loans from Education Department to Treasury Business, May 25

    A program that handles more than $1 trillion in debt for 43 million students is in play, and the head of it has resigned in protest....

  63. How Michael Flynn May Have Run Afoul of the Law National, May 25

    Mr. Flynn, President Trump’s former national security adviser, faces potential legal problems over money he made from foreign entities and what he has told investigators....

  64. Friday Mailbag: Manchester, Stereotypes and Social Security Math Editorial, May 26

    Readers wondered about the continued naming of the arena’s performer. Other concerns: a photo of food stamp recipients and a take on the U.S. debt....

  65. Trump Budget Plan Offers No Clarity, and So Far No ‘Magic Unicorn’ National, May 25

    Senator Ron Wyden told Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin that the administration was using accounting that would “make Bernie Madoff blush.”...

  66. Fact Check: The Updated G.O.P. Health Care Bill Video, May 25

    Does the health care bill passed by the House live up to Republicans’ promises? We checked the facts....

  67. In NATO Speech, Trump Is Vague About Mutual Defense Pledge Foreign, May 25

    The president promised to “never forsake” allies but lectured NATO members on the need to pay what he said was their fair share of the alliance costs....

  68. The Bombing, the Crime Scene Photos and the Outcry Editorial, May 25

    The smoke had barely cleared from the Manchester attack before The New York Times ran forensic-evidence images. British officials were angry. So were readers....

  69. Jared Kushner’s Beleaguered Tenants Editorial, May 26

    Hounding struggling people, sometimes baselessly, is the sort of business experience Team Trump brought to Washington....

  70. Retirement Investors Aren’t Safe Yet Editorial, May 26

    A rule to protect clients from self-serving advisers moves forward but hurdles remain....

  71. Journalism in the Age of the Body Slam Op Ed, May 25

    Had the reporter in Montana been attacked by a Democrat rather than a Republican, he would have been hailed as a victim of liberal rage....

  72. Trump Condemns ‘Alleged Leaks,’ After Complaints From Britain Foreign, May 25

    The reproach by Britain’s prime minister suggests a striking moment of discord between two longstanding allies that share intelligence....

  73. Trump Appears to Push Aside the Leader of Montenegro National, May 25

    World leaders were gathering for a “family photo” at a NATO summit in Brussels when Mr. Trump appeared to push his way to the front of the line....

  74. Senate Panel Approves Stiff Iran Sanctions and Says Russia Is Next Foreign, May 25

    The Senate Foreign Relations Committee linked the penalties to Iran’s continued support for terrorism. The full Senate could vote on the measure as early as next month....

  75. Trump’s Budget, Breaking Tradition, Seeks Cuts to Service Programs National, May 25

    President Trump’s plan to eliminate AmeriCorps and curb the Peace Corps marks a break in a nearly century-old tradition of expanding service programs....

  76. The Inquiry Into Russian Influence Letters, May 25

    Readers urge investigators to look into President Trump’s business dealings and decry Michael Flynn’s refusal to hand over documents....

  77. Checking Democracy’s Pulse Upshot, May 25

    A second survey of political scientists finds a sense that the United States is doing slightly worse in some aspects of political well-being....

  78. The Flynn Affair Op Ed, May 25

    Why has President Trump remained so loyal to Michael Flynn?...

  79. Somalia and the Limits of U.S. Bombing Op Ed, May 25

    President Trump will achieve little by choosing airstrikes and military operations over aid and diplomacy in Somalia.

  80. Highlights: In Brussels, Trump Scolds Allies on Cost-Sharing, and Stays Vague on Article 5 Foreign, May 25

    President Trump, in Belgium on the fourth leg of his overseas trip, met with NATO and European Union leaders. Analysts said expectations were low....

  81. Trump Budget Takes Broad Aim at Undocumented Immigrants National, May 25

    In ways large and small, President Trump’s first budget proposal would target undocumented immigrants, stepping up enforcement and deportations....

  82. To Impeach or Not to Impeach Op Ed, May 25

    And is that even the question?...

  83. How the G.O.P. Sabotaged Obamacare Op Ed, May 25

    Republicans like to say the Affordable Care Act has failed. But it is struggling largely because they have undermined it again and again....

  84. The White House’s Aversion to Ethical Scrutiny Editorial, May 25

    Conflict rules are skirted in secret, and inquiries from those responsible for oversight are rebuffed....

  85. U.S. Warship Sails Near Island Claimed by Beijing in South China Sea Foreign, May 24

    The guided missile destroyer Dewey came within 12 nautical miles of Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands, showing a shift in the White House’s dealings with Beijing....

  86. The Republican Hypocrisy Hall of Fame Op Ed, May 25

    Thank God for our truth-seeking patriots in the G.O.P.!...

  87. Will President Trump Help Save Yemen? Editorial, May 25

    He could be using his leverage with his new friends in Riyadh to end the conflict....

  88. Trump Can’t Add Things Up Op Ed, May 25

    The president is a man with a budget plan that nobody understands....

  89. ‘The Daily’: Fake News Dies Hard Podcasts, May 25

    How the unsolved murder of Seth Rich has become a case study of how and why fake news endures....

  90. Top Russian Officials Discussed How to Influence Trump Aides Last Summer National, May 24

    American spies collected intelligence last summer revealing that Russians were debating how to work with Trump advisers, current and former officials say....

  91. It’s Complicated, Trump Group Says of Donating Profit From Foreign Officials Business, May 24

    The company told Congress it was all but impossible to identify every foreign government official who walked through the doors of its hotels....

  92. Republicans, Get Ready for the Trumpcare Headlines Op Ed, May 24

    Insurers fleeing, premiums soaring. The fallout is obvious....

  93. C.B.O. Report Reveals Trumpcare’s Fatal Flaws Op Ed, May 24

    Any law based on the House bill will worsen the health care system. That’s the overwhelming message of the Congressional Budget Office’s analysis....

  94. New C.B.O. Score: G.O.P. Health Bill Would Save Government Billions but Leave Millions Uninsured Interactive, May 24

    A look at crucial numbers in the Congressional Budget Office report....

  95. Colin Powell: American Leadership — We Can’t Do It for Free Op Ed, May 24

    President Trump’s proposed cuts in diplomacy and aid would hurt America and its allies....

  96. Trump Is Expected to Endorse NATO’s Mutual Aid Pledge, Ending Silence Foreign, May 24

    President Trump said during the campaign that the U.S. would aid only allies who pulled their weight financially, but he may now drop that caveat....

  97. In One Chart: Trump Plans to Cut Medicaid After Promising Not To Interactive, May 24

    A look at how Medicaid funding could be cut by half....

  98. Sally Yates Tells Harvard Students Why She Defied Trump National, May 24

    The acting attorney who was fired by President Trump told a graduating law class that she could not honestly defend his restrictions on Muslim travelers....

  99. Trump’s Budget: The Math Is Phony but the Cruelty Isn’t Op Ed, May 24

    The plan released by the White House uses laughable assumptions to provide cover for the deep cuts to social programs....

  100. Trump’s Budget Takes Aim at My Sweet Son Op Ed, May 24

    Who will get hurt if Medicaid gets slashed? Add my family to the list.

  101. Trump’s Budget Takes Aim at My Sweet Son Op Ed, May 24

    Who will get hurt if Medicaid gets slashed? Add my family to the list.

  102. Melania and Ivanka Trump’s Two Standards on Dress Letters, May 24

    A reader notes a discrepancy in the dress of Melania and Ivanka Trump on their visits to the Vatican and Saudi Arabia....

  103. Trump’s Pick for Mental Health ‘Czar’ Highlights Rift Science, May 24

    Elinore F. McCance-Katz has promoted drug and hospital treatment as paths to wellness, leaving some who emphasize community and family support skeptical....

  104. Israel’s ‘Biggest Friend’? Not Quite. Op Ed, May 24

    The Iran deal isn’t ripped up. The embassy remains in Tel Aviv. And Trump is looking to strike “the ultimate deal” with the Palestinians....

  105. New C.B.O. Score: G.O.P. Health Bill Would Save Government Billions but Leave Millions Uninsured Interactive, May 24

    A look at crucial numbers in the Congressional Budget Office report.

  106. U.N. Says Trump Budget Cuts Would ‘Make It Impossible’ to Do Its Job Foreign, May 24

    The statement from a United Nations spokesman added to the growing criticism of the Trump administration’s proposed cuts in foreign assistance....

  107. Trump’s Budget: Who Wins, Who Loses Letters, May 24

    One reader calls it a “mean and miserly Raw Deal for all but the top 1 percent.” Others concur....

  108. In One Chart: Trump Plans to Cut Medicaid After Promising Not To Interactive, May 24

    A look at how Medicaid funding could be cut by half.

  109. Trump’s Budget Takes Aim at My Sweet Son Op Ed, May 24

    Who will get hurt if Medicaid gets slashed? Add my family to the list....

  110. With Gift and in Conversation, Vatican Presses Trump on Climate Change Foreign, May 24

    Pope Francis gave President Trump a copy of his encyclical on preserving the environment. In a broader meeting, the Vatican’s secretary of state urged Mr. Trump not to pull out of the Paris accord....

  111. Divided Republicans May Find It Hard to Pass Any Budget National, May 23

    The budget battle ahead is likely to mirror the party’s health care fight, in which concessions to moderates alienate conservatives and vice versa....

  112. Highlights From Trump’s Meeting With the Pope Foreign, May 24

    President Trump spoke with Pope Francis about peace and aid for immigrants. He was also scheduled to meet the Italian president....

  113. How Trump’s Budget Would Affect Every Part of Government Interactive, May 23

    Government spending would be cut substantially. See how every budget item would be changed....

  114. Republicans Will Reject Trump’s Budget, but Still Try to Impose Austerity National, May 23

    President Trump’s plan, though dead on arrival, will influence congressional deliberations, and its most consequential effect may be to push authors of House and Senate bills to the right....

  115. ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ and Ours Op Ed, May 24

    How a 1980s dystopia does and doesn’t illuminate the present....

  116. Trump Praises Duterte for Philippine Drug Crackdown in Call Transcript National, May 23

    A Philippine account of the phone call includes President Trump commending a program in which the government has sanctioned the killing of drug suspects....

  117. Ex-C.I.A. Chief Reveals Mounting Concern Over Trump Campaign and Russia National, May 23

    John O. Brennan, the former director of the C.I.A., offered the fullest public account yet of how the federal investigation into Russian election meddling began.

  118. Cuts to AIDS Treatment Programs Could Cost a Million Lives National, May 23

    Researchers said at least one million people would die worldwide if the Trump administration’s proposed funding cuts to public health programs were enacted....

  119. Trump’s Problematic Math: Budget Plan Adds Growth, but Doesn’t Subtract Cost National, May 23

    The White House is projecting faster growth as a consequence of tax cuts. But it does not project the cost of those tax cuts, that is, the loss in tax revenue....

  120. Should Yearbooks Include Political News? Learning, May 24

    How should student yearbook editors handle political news, especially like the past year’s tumultuous election?...

  121. Trump’s Budget Doesn’t Make Sense Op Ed, May 23

    Even drastic spending cuts won’t make up for its wildly optimistic assumptions about growth....

  122. Why Work Requirement Became a Theme of the Trump Budget Upshot, May 24

    A dispute that goes to the heart of how conservatives and liberals view the role of work, and the problem of poverty more generally....

  123. Trump’s Saudi Arabia Trip Figures Into Plan for Palestinian Deal Foreign, May 23

    Proponents of the president’s effort argue that recent shifts in the Arab world may have made the prospect of a regional peace less remote.

  124. European Leaders Hope to Win Trump’s Favor Foreign, May 24

    President Trump’s visit to Brussels is an opportunity for European Union members to try to sway his opinions their way....

  125. How Trump’s Budget Would Affect Every Part of Government Interactive, May 23

    Government spending would be cut substantially. See how every budget item would be changed.

  126. Trump Administration Is Split on Adding Troops in Afghanistan Foreign, May 23

    President Trump is weighing the wisdom of pouring more soldiers into a 16-year-old conflict, and is also expected to put NATO members on the spot over the issue.

  127. Obama’s Fiduciary Rule, After a Delay, Will Go Into Effect Business, May 23

    New protections requiring financial advisers to put customers’ interests first will take effect in June, even as regulators continue to review them....

  128. Trump Adds Another Chinese Trademark to His Portfolio
    Business, May 23

    The president’s trove of trademarks in China and elsewhere have sparked criticism over potential conflicts, and run counter to his nationalistic agenda....

  129. Trump Budget Proposes Deep Cuts in Energy Innovation Programs National, May 23

    The spending plan also calls for raising billions of dollars by opening up public lands to oil and gas drilling and selling oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve....

  130. A Chaos President Letters, May 23

    A reader rebuts advice from John Woo about firing the president’s underlings....

  131. Comedy Central Extends ‘The President Show’ Culture, May 23

    The network has ordered seven additional episodes of the late-night show, which stars Anthony Atamanuik as a gregarious, media-infatuated sendup of President Trump....

  132. Democrats Warn Trump Against Pre-emptive Attack on North Korea Foreign, May 23

    Sixty-four members of Congress sent a letter to President Trump exhorting him to resolve the standoff with North Korea peacefully.

  133. The Trumps Abroad Op Ed, May 23

    Fun for the whole family....

  134. Trump Leaves Israel With Hope for Peace, but No Plan for It Foreign, May 23

    After 28 hours in Israel and the West Bank, President Trump was convinced he had partners in peace in Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas. However, he did not reveal what, if anything, was behind it....

  135. Trump’s Budget Cuts Deeply Into Medicaid and Anti-Poverty Efforts National, May 22

    The package calls for spending more than $2.6 billion for border security — including $1.6 billion to begin work on a border wall — and slashing more than $800 billion from Medicaid....

  136. Fighting Trump on Climate, California Becomes a Global Force National, May 23

    The state has been at the leading edge of the resistance to President Trump. But of all the battles, none has the global implications of climate change....

  137. Jared Kushner’s Other Real Estate Empire Magazine, May 23

    Baltimore-area renters complain about a property owner they say is neglectful and litigious. Few know their landlord is the president’s son-in-law....

  138. Former C.I.A. Chief Tells of Concern Over Possible Russia Ties to Trump Campaign National, May 23

    Several current and former officials were testifying before lawmakers on Tuesday, and even those who were not there to talk about Russia will probably be asked about it....

  139. Manchester Attack Changes the Conversation for Trump’s Trip Foreign, May 23

    White House officials said the president’s schedule would proceed as planned, but his interactions with European leaders will be dominated by talk of security and responses to extremism....

  140. Donald Trump Discovers Muslims Op Ed, May 23

    Attacking Iran in Saudi Arabia is a futile and provocative mistake.

  141. President Trump’s Mideast Contradictions Editorial, May 23

    By building a regional strategy around seeing Iran as the enemy, the president may be making conflict more likely....

  142. Michael Flynn Misled Pentagon About Russia Ties, Letter Says National, May 22

    His failure to disclose income from Russian and Turkish sources, and his apparent attempt to mislead the Pentagon, could put Mr. Flynn in legal jeopardy....

  143. The Alienated Mind Op Ed, May 23

    Contemplating life after Trump....

  144. The Key Spending Cuts and Increases in Trump’s Budget National, May 22

    The White House has released more details of its federal budget proposal, which includes substantial cuts to Medicaid and other aid for the poor....

  145. ‘The Daily’: Dispatch From Israel Podcasts, May 23

    The latest from President Trump’s trip abroad and the continuing saga of Michael Flynn....

  146. Unusual Place for a President’s Family on a Foreign Trip: Center Stage Foreign, May 22

    During Mr. Trump’s first overseas trip, the world is seeing the significant overlap between relatives and policy advisers in the current White House....

  147. A Budget That Promises Little but Pain Editorial, May 23

    Mr. Trump’s spending plan is a right-wing rallying cry that will hurt the poor, disabled and elderly and help the rich....

  148. Writers From the Right and Left React to Trump’s Riyadh Speech, and More National, May 23

    Read about how the other side thinks: what’s really behind “Trump derangement syndrome,” the likelihood of impeachment and a progressive argument against “Buy American.”...

  149. Abandoning Human Rights in U.S. Foreign Policy Letters, May 22

    A former assistant secretary of state under Barack Obama criticizes President Trump....

  150. Billy Bush, Former ‘Today’ Host, Plans Comeback After Lewd Trump Recording Business, May 22

    In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Mr. Bush said he had “changed in a way that I think will make me better at my job” and described difficult conversations with his family....