1. Impeachment Briefing: House Committee Approves Articles U.S., Yesterday

    The party-line vote set the stage for the full House to take up impeachment next week.

  2. Britain’s Ominous Portent for Democrats Opinion, Yesterday

    Warren and Sanders supporters should consider the fate of Jeremy Corbyn.

  3. McConnell, Coordinating With White House, Lays Plans for Impeachment Trial U.S., Yesterday

    Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, said he was taking his cues from the White House. Democrats are outraged.

  4. Wisconsin Judge Says State Must Purge 200,000 Voter Registrations U.S., Yesterday

    The decision, which was derided by Democrats, comes in a fight to win Wisconsin in the 2020 presidential election.

  5. The Breach Widens as Congress Nears a Partisan Impeachment U.S., Yesterday

    Fleeting efforts at persuasion by members of the Judiciary Committee gave way to disputes over basic facts during a marathon debate over articles of impeachment.

  6. Despite ‘Be Best’ Campaign, Melania Trump Stays Mum as Husband Mocks Greta Thunberg U.S., Yesterday

    But Stephanie Grisham, the White House press secretary, said in a statement that the first lady communicates “differently” from President Trump.

  7. Despite Her ‘Be Best’ Campaign, Melania Trump Stays Mum as Husband Mocks Greta Thunberg U.S., Yesterday

    But Stephanie Grisham, the White House press secretary, said in a statement that the first lady communicates “differently” from President Trump.

  8. Irish Whiskey, Olive Oil and Waffles Could Face Tariffs Up to 100 Percent Business, Yesterday

    The import taxes are retaliation for excessive subsidies by the European Union to the aerospace giant Airbus.

  9. It Was a Great Day for Trump, Except for That ‘Scam’ U.S., Yesterday

    The president expressed delight in a “wild week” of deal making, but his frustration over impeachment was never far from the surface.

  10. A Great Big Gift Not on Trump’s Disclosure Form: Giuliani’s Legal Advice U.S., Yesterday

    The lawyer’s work defending President Trump in the Russia inquiry and pressing Ukraine to investigate a rival was absent from the annual financial disclosure, despite reporting requirements.

  11. Supreme Court to Rule on Release of Trump’s Financial Records U.S., Yesterday

    The court’s ruling, expected by June, could release information the president has tried to protect. Or the justices could rule that his financial affairs are not legitimate subjects of inquiry so long as he remains in office.

  12. Country Over Party Podcasts, Yesterday

    In the lead-up to the House Judiciary Committee’s vote to recommend articles of impeachment, both parties used the same words to send very different messages.

  13. In Johnson Victory, Democrats and Republicans See Lessons for 2020 World, Yesterday

    The 2016 Brexit vote seemed to be a harbinger of President Trump’s election. But Boris Johnson’s victory may be different.

  14. The United Kingdom Has Voted. Will It Remain United? Opinion, Yesterday

    Boris Johnson’s resounding victory means Britain will almost certainly leave the European Union. But what will become of Scotland and Northern Ireland?

  15. One More Step Toward Impeachment Opinion, Yesterday

    Two readers worry that the Democratic strategy may backfire and end up helping President Trump.

  16. 123 Tweets in One Day: A Trump Tsunami Opinion, Yesterday

    A reader writes, “This is an amazing and disturbing statistic and a window into the president’s mind and mood.” Also: The British election; advice to the Democrats.

  17. Trump Says of Impeachment: ‘I Wouldn’t Mind a Long Process’ Video, Yesterday

    President Trump, speaking to reporters on Friday, discussed the unfolding impeachment process and said he would like to see the whistle-blower” involved in a lengthy Senate trial.

  18. Ukraine’s Leader, Wiser to Washington, Seeks New Outreach to Trump U.S., Yesterday

    President Volodymyr Zelensky still needs backing from the administration. He is proposing a new ambassador and weighing hiring lobbyists to build better ties.

  19. López Obrador se mantiene a flote, pero México no en Español, Yesterday

    La violencia, el estancamiento económico y las decisiones erráticas en el gobierno señalan una trayectoria larga y accidentada para su sexenio. También para el país.

  20. U.S. and China Reach Initial Trade Deal Business, Yesterday

    The agreement includes a commitment by China to buy more agriculture products and to strengthen laws protecting foreign companies operating there.

  21. Pay Attention to How Trump Talks About Investigations Sunday Review, Yesterday

    The president and his allies have developed a pattern for politicizing Justice Department inspector general reports.

  22. Democracy Grief Is Real Opinion, Yesterday

    Seeing what Trump is doing to America, many find it hard to fight off despair.

  23. Democrats Agree on One Thing: They’re Very, Very Nervous U.S., Yesterday

    ‘Trump anxiety disorder’ has morphed into anxiety about everything, and impeachment isn’t helping.

  24. Trevor Noah on Trump vs. Greta: Like F.D.R. Bullying Shirley Temple Arts, Yesterday

    Commenting on the president’s latest Twitter feud, Noah said he had “no right to tell anybody to chill, all right? He is the least chill human being of all time.”

  25. Justice Dept. Releases Legal Opinions That Could Bolster Trump’s Claim of Executive Privilege U.S., December 12

    The legal opinions were written during previous Democratic and Republican administrations by the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel.

  26. The Politics of Exhaustion Opinion, December 12

    Voters pick whichever candidate exhausts them less.

  27. For Trump, Impeachment May Be a Political Plus but Also a Personal Humiliation U.S., December 12

    As the House moves toward what even he says is an inevitable vote to impeach him for high crimes and misdemeanors, President Trump toggles between self-pity and combativeness.

  28. Trump’s Order to Combat Anti-Semitism Divides Its Audience: American Jews U.S., December 12

    Jewish communities across the country viewed the order, which is aimed at college campuses, in competing and discordant ways.

  29. Yes, It Was Like That All Day U.S., December 12

    Insults and indignation were served up Thursday in the House Judiciary Committee. Republicans worried they would not get to the White House ball in time.

  30. Highlights From House Committee Debate on Articles of Impeachment Video, December 12

    A day of tense debate over proposed amendments to the articles of impeachment against President Trump featured several arguments among members of the House Judiciary Committee.

  31. Republicans Are Now ‘the Beer and Bluejeans Party’ Because of Trump. So Says the Trump Campaign. U.S., December 12

    Jared Kushner, who is overseeing his father-in-law’s re-election campaign, said the Republican Party was being redefined with the “old guard cycling out” and the people coming in “inspired by the Trump revolution.”

  32. Divided Court Hears Trump Emoluments Case: ‘We Are Up Here Winging It’ U.S., December 12

    A hearing in Virginia was the first time a full appeals panel has considered the anticorruption clauses of the Constitution.

  33. Will Trump Debate a Democrat in 2020? He’s Not So Sure. U.S., December 12

    The president’s concern is not so much whom he will be debating but the commission that runs the debates.

  34. Will Trump Debate a Democrat in 2020? He’s Not So Sure. U.S., December 12

    The president’s concern is not so much whom he will be debating but the commission that runs the debates.

  35. The Party That Ruined the Planet Opinion, December 12

    Republican climate denial is even scarier than Trumpism.

  36. What That Executive Order Really Means Opinion, December 12

    And the debate over whether it will protect Jews and suppress criticism of Israel on campus.

  37. A Spotlight on Trump and Anti-Semitism Opinion, December 12

    Readers respond to the president’s executive order to withhold funding from colleges that fail to protect Jews on campus.

  38. In a Polarized Era, Will Impeachment Become a ‘New Normal’? U.S., December 12

    As the House takes another step toward impeaching President Trump, concern is increasing that trying to remove a president will become a more common partisan tool.

  39. Senate Confirms Stephen Hahn to Head F.D.A. Health, December 12

    The Food and Drug Administration has been without a permanent commissioner since April, when Dr. Scott Gottlieb resigned.

  40. House Votes to Give the Government the Power to Negotiate Drug Prices U.S., December 12

    The high-profile measure would curb the price of prescription drugs and extend more benefits to Medicare beneficiaries.

  41. House Panel Delays Vote on Impeachment Articles U.S., December 12

    The House Judiciary Committee abruptly postponed the expected party-line approval of two articles of impeachment, now set for Friday, which will send the charges to the full House for a vote.

  42. Trump’s Executive Order Has Firm Legal Grounding Opinion, December 12

    Jews aren’t a race. But anti-Semitism can be racism for legal purposes.

  43. Donald Trump Wanted Another Roy Cohn. He Got Bill Barr. Opinion, December 12

    Even better.

  44. Pentagon Investigator to Examine Border Wall Contract Awarded to G.O.P. Donor U.S., December 12

    The Defense Department’s inspector general will look at a $400 million contract awarded to a North Dakota company embraced by President Trump.

  45. Trump Says China Deal Is ‘Close’ as Tariff Decision Looms Business, December 12

    The president, in a tweet, said that the United States wanted a deal with China, a sign he may delay a round of tariffs scheduled for this weekend.

  46. U.S. Settles on Outline of Elusive China Trade Deal Business, December 12

    The president met with his economic advisers on Thursday as the United States and China moved closer to finishing a trade pact.

  47. Trump Mocks Greta Thunberg on Twitter, and She Jabs Back U.S., December 12

    The 16-year-old climate activist changed her Twitter biography to read, “a teenager working on her anger management problem,” after the president tossed that accusation at her.

  48. President Joe Biden, 86, … Opinion, December 12

    Should he make a one-term pledge?

  49. Trump’s Impeachment Team May Add Alan Dershowitz U.S., December 12

    A frequent television commentator, Mr. Dershowitz often defended Mr. Trump publicly during the special counsel’s Russia investigation.

  50. Impeachment Highlights: Judiciary Committee Finished Debate and Recessed for Vote Friday Morning U.S., December 12

    Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee spent more than 14 hours trying to gut or water down the Democrats’ draft of the articles of impeachment. All their amendments failed.

  51. López Obrador Is Cruising, Mexico Is Not Opinion, December 12

    Crime, economic stagnation and erratic government decisions signal a long and bumpy ride for his presidency — and his country.

  52. Why Is the Democratic Primary So White? Opinion, December 12

    And why are baby boomers still in charge?

  53. Why Nothing Happened for Ukraine Opinion, December 12

    How Putin kept a meeting of the leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine from moving closer to an end of a calamitous five-year war.

  54. What to Watch For as the House Judiciary Committee Marks Up the Articles of Impeachment U.S., December 12

    The panel will meet to debate the charges against President Trump before voting to send them to the full House.

  55. Late Into the Night on Capitol Hill: A Debate of Impeachment Articles Begins at 7 P.M. U.S., December 11

    The hour lent a prime-time urgency to the spectacle, but both sides reverted to boilerplate.

  56. Impeachment in the House Is the Victory Opinion, December 11

    Donald Trump and his supporters need to know that you can be punished for your actions.

  57. Michael Cohen, Broken and Humiliated, Asks for Leniency From Prison New York, December 11

    He told a judge that he “sold his soul” in working as President Trump’s lawyer.

  58. Ukraine’s President Stands Alone Against Russia Opinion, December 11

    The lack of American interest was clear as the two nations’ presidents met in Paris.

  59. From Nixon to Trump, Zoe Lofgren Is Democrats’ Memory on Impeachment U.S., December 11

    Ms. Lofgren, Democrat of California, is the lone Judiciary Committee member to have participated in all three modern impeachments.

  60. Trump’s Executive Order and the Rise of Anti-Semitism Opinion, December 11

    The president’s campus intervention ignores the bigger threat of anti-Semitism and threatens speech.

  61. Movie Nights, Camp David and Cable Messaging: A White House Impeachment Playbook U.S., December 11

    The all-hands-on-deck atmosphere is a change from just weeks ago, when President Trump’s aides dismissed the idea of a war room.

  62. Let Trump Have a Miserable Little Christmas Opinion, December 11

    Deck the halls with tons of tweeting.

  63. Will Impeachment Change 2020? U.S., December 11

    Public opinion has shifted about impeachment, but not about the president. Here’s what that means.

  64. Withering Criticism of F.B.I. as Watchdog Presents Russia Inquiry Findings U.S., December 11

    At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, the Justice Department’s inspector general recounted egregious problems with wiretap files.

  65. Withering Criticism of F.B.I. as Watchdog Presents Russia Inquiry Findings U.S., December 11

    At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, the Justice Department’s inspector general recounted egregious problems with wiretap files.

  66. Unions Skeptical Trump’s Trade Deal Will Bring Back Auto Jobs Business, December 11

    The administration has said its North American trade pact would add 76,000 jobs in the sector. Experts are not so sure.

  67. Promises Aside, Deportations Under Trump Dropped in Last Year U.S., December 11

    In June, President Trump promised that millions of undocumented immigrants already in the country would be deported. That didn’t happen.

  68. Jared Kushner: President Trump Is Defending Jewish Students Opinion, December 11

    With an executive order, he makes clear that anti-Semitism is not to be tolerated.

  69. House Panel Debates Impeachment Articles in Bid to Complete Charges Against Trump U.S., December 11

    The House Judiciary Committee opened a two-day markup session to debate two articles before they are sent to the full House for a vote.

  70. How Lawmakers Will Debate Articles of Impeachment U.S., December 11

    The deliberative, sometimes tedious process lets members of the Judiciary Committee propose changes to the articles of impeachment before voting to recommend them to the full House. It can get messy.

  71. Wider Definition of Judaism Is Likely to Aid Crackdown on Colleges U.S., December 11

    Even before President Trump issued his order targeting anti-Semitism on U.S. campuses, the Education Department was actively investigating accusations of anti-Jewish bias.

  72. U.S. Turns Up Pressure on Iran With Sanctions on Transportation Firms World, December 11

    Washington’s sanctions have crippled the Iranian economy, and protesters have taken to the streets to criticize the government in Tehran. In response, Iranian security forces have killed hundreds.

  73. Advice for Both Parties on Impeachment Strategies Opinion, December 11

    Democrats should prolong the impeachment hearings, says one reader; others view the Senate vote as a chance for Republicans to convict or redeem themselves.

  74. We Just Got a Rare Look at National Security Surveillance. It Was Ugly. U.S., December 11

    A high-profile inspector general report has served as fodder for arguments about President Trump. But its findings about surveillance are important beyond partisan politics.

  75. Could Politics Be Fairer? Two New Books Say Yes Books, December 11

    Lawrence Lessig’s “They Don’t Represent Us” and Ganesh Sitaraman’s “The Great Democracy” urge major reforms to reclaim American democracy.

  76. As a Disorienting Decade Closes, a Perilous One Begins Opinion, December 11

    Western democracies have ceded ground to China and autocrats, while corruption and inequity have worsened. Can a generation of protesters turn the tide?

  77. The Articles of Impeachment Podcasts, December 11

    House Democrats appear united in their charge that the president abused his power and obstructed Congress. Behind the scenes, this wasn’t always the case.

  78. Trump Has a Gift for Tearing Us Apart Opinion, December 11

    There are a lot of different ways to build walls.

  79. Trump’s China Trade War Is Failing. Democrats Should Campaign Against It. Opinion, December 11

    The presidential candidates need to stop demurring and fully reject Trump’s approach.

  80. Horowitz Hearing Highlights: Watchdog Warns Against Exonerating F.B.I. in Russia Inquiry, Pointing to Flaws U.S., December 11

    Senators and the inspector general painted a scathing portrait of the F.B.I., with Republicans accusing agents of exploiting rules and joining Democrats in demanding a surveillance overhaul.

  81. Turkey and Russia Judged Bigger Risk Than ISIS for U.S. Troops in Syria World, December 11

    American commanders have requested guidance on dealing with an attack from those armed groups and others from Iran and the Syrian government, but officials say they have received muddled direction.

  82. Late Night on the ‘Smallest Impeachment of All Time’ Arts, December 11

    Trevor Noah noted that President Trump faced two articles of impeachment, fewer than Richard Nixon or Bill Clinton. “You know that’s going to make him insecure,” he said.

  83. Trump Rails Against ‘Flimsy’ Articles of Impeachment by ‘Radical’ Democrats U.S., December 10

    President Trump told supporters at a Pennsylvania rally that they were “lucky I became your president” before denouncing the impeachment effort.

  84. Trump Pays $2 Million to 8 Charities for Misuse of Foundation New York, December 10

    Under a settlement, the president admitted he had used his charity to bolster his campaign and settle business debts.

  85. Seeking Unity on Impeachment, Democrats Decided Against Mueller Charges U.S., December 10

    The last-minute debate over how broad a case to bring reflects the competing demands on Democrats from within their own party and their determination to appear as unified as possible.

  86. Judge Hears Final Arguments in Case Over Impeachment Subpoenas U.S., December 10

    House lawyers sought to dismiss as moot a lawsuit brought by a former Trump adviser, but his lawyers asked a federal judge to rule anyway on his duty to comply with a House subpoena.

  87. The Perverse Servility of Bill Barr Opinion, December 10

    How does Trump’s attorney general keep a straight face?

  88. Signs Point to China Tariff Delay, but Decision Rests With Trump Business, December 10

    While many American officials are eager to avoid the new tariffs, the president could go either way.

  89. Two Articles of Impeachment for Trump Are Nowhere Near Enough Opinion, December 10

    The House should take its own sweet time and investigate many more aspects of the president’s perfidious behavior.

  90. Impeach Trump for Racism? Opinion, December 10

    Democrats are planning to restrict their case to the Ukraine affair. Are they making a mistake?

  91. Trump Targets Anti-Semitism and Israeli Boycotts on College Campuses U.S., December 10

    The president’s order would allow the government to withhold money from campuses deemed to be biased, but critics see it as an attack on free speech.

  92. Prosecutors Recommend Light Sentence for Ex-Trump Aide Rick Gates U.S., December 10

    The former campaign aide cooperated with prosecutors on high-profile cases including the trials of Paul Manafort and Roger Stone.

  93. No Precedent for Trump Opinion, December 10

    A former history professor rebuts an Op-Ed writer’s thesis that Mr. Trump’s words and actions are not so different from those of previous presidents.

  94. A Move to the Brink of Impeaching Trump Opinion, December 10

    Readers urge a broader inquiry not just focused on Ukraine and express fear and hopelessness about what is happening in America.

  95. Impeach Trump. Save America. Opinion, December 10

    It is the only thing to do if our country’s democracy is to survive.

  96. Trump and Pompeo Spoke to Russian Official About U.S. Elections. Did Only One Deliver a Warning? World, December 10

    The visit of Sergey Lavrov to Washington came at a delicate moment in the relationship between President Trump and Russia.

  97. Impeach Trump or Work With Him? Democrats Are Pushing Forward on Both U.S., December 10

    On the day Democrats formally charged President Trump with high crimes and misdemeanors, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she would cut a deal with him on trade.

  98. ‘Crime in Progress’ Tells the Story Behind the Steele Dossier Books, December 10

    Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch, founders of the private intelligence firm Fusion GPS, write about what turned up in their investigation into Donald Trump’s ties to Russia.

  99. Read the Articles of Impeachment Against President Trump Interactive, December 10

    House Democrats released two articles of impeachment charging President Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. See them with context and analysis by The Times’s chief White House correspondent.

  100. Trump Wants to Take From the Poor and Give to the Wealthy Opinion, December 10

    The administration’s food stamp cuts expose the cruel truth of Republican hypocrisy.

  101. The Military’s Illusions About Donald Trump Books, December 10

    Peter Bergen’s “Trump and His Generals” explains how so many members of the armed forces could work for a president who lacks all of the virtues they embody.

  102. Trump Aides and Democrats Agree on Trade Pact With Mexico and Canada U.S., December 10

    The new provisions, solidified after months of negotiations between House Democrats and the Trump administration, would strengthen the trade deal’s protections for workers

  103. Trump ‘Ignored and Injured’ the National Interest, Democrats Charge in Impeachment Articles U.S., December 10

    Democratic leaders unveiled articles of impeachment charging President Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

  104. Trump and Barr Escalate Attacks on F.B.I. Over Report on Russia Inquiry U.S., December 10

    The president suggested he lacked confidence in his own F.B.I. director, who did not share his negative view of a long-awaited inspector general report.

  105. Lies Have Kept Us in Afghanistan. But the Truth May Not Set Us Free. Opinion, December 10

    How Americans learned to live with endless wars.

  106. How Giuliani Went From America’s Mayor to Trump’s Lawyer New York, December 10

    The former New York leader has always sought the spotlight, and the president has helped put him in it once again.

  107. White House Summons Feuding Health Officials for Counseling Session U.S., December 10

    White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney wants to see if the Medicare chief Seema Verma and the health secretary, Alex M. Azar II, can still work together.

  108. The Yearbook That Victims of School Shootings Never Collected U.S., December 10

    The harsh, black cover of the book, which memorializes 37 people killed at the country’s schools last year, is meant to spur action.

  109. Late Night Is Flush With Jokes Over Trump’s Toilet Talk Arts, December 10

    President Trump’s complaints about Americans’ flushing habits were an easy target on Monday night.

  110. Rick Gates’s Lawyers Ask Judge to Spare Him Prison U.S., December 9

    The former Trump deputy campaign chairman pleaded guilty to fraud and lying to prosecutors, but his lawyers said his cooperation in the Russia inquiry and others should reduce his sentence.

  111. A Bush Grandson and Trump’s Former V.A. Pick Vie for Congressional Seats in Texas U.S., December 9

    Pierce Bush is running in the 22nd House District, and Ronny L. Jackson is running in the 13th District.

  112. The Mueller Question Podcasts, December 9

    A debate among Democrats: Incorporate the Mueller investigation into articles of impeachment, or stick to Ukraine?

  113. Lies, Damned Lies and Washington U.S., December 9

    As President Trump faces impeachment by the House, it is the very concept of truth that often seems to be on trial.

  114. Another Inquiry Doesn’t Back Up Trump’s Charges. So, on to the Next. U.S., December 9

    By the time the Justice Department inspector general’s report was released, the president and his supporters had moved on in their effort to convince Americans of the enemies arrayed against him.

  115. With Trump, All Roads Lead to Moscow Opinion, December 9

    Monday’s congressional hearing and the inspector general’s report tell a similar story.

  116. Report Details Interactions Between F.B.I. and Dossier Author U.S., December 9

    The inspector general provided a close look at what seemed at times to be a bungled relationship between Christopher Steele and the bureau.

  117. Russian Foreign Minister Likely to Discuss Nuclear Arms With Trump and Pompeo World, December 9

    Sergey V. Lavrov is set to visit the White House on Tuesday afternoon, for a conversation that could include extending the last major nuclear treaty between the United States and Russia.

  118. What Will Be the Catchphrase That Defines the Trump Impeachment? U.S., December 9

    A Republican congressman says there isn’t one — and that suggests how history will remember it. But historians disagree.

  119. Donald Trump Is Bad for the Jews Opinion, December 9

    There are things more important than your tax rate.

  120. Impeachment Hearing Highlights Video, December 9

    The House Judiciary Committee heard evidence presented by Democratic and Republican lawyers as it considers articles of impeachment against President Trump.

  121. Who Is John Durham, the Prosecutor Investigating the Russia Inquiry U.S., December 9

    Mr. Durham, the top federal prosecutor in Connecticut, has investigated potential wrongdoing by the F.B.I. and C.I.A. for the Clinton, Bush, Obama and Trump administrations.

  122. Church’s Nativity Scene Puts Jesus, Mary and Joseph in Cages U.S., December 9

    A California congregation’s display is meant to highlight the plight of refugees and asylum seekers.

  123. Barr and Durham Publicly Disagree With Horowitz Report on Russia Inquiry U.S., December 9

    The attorney general reprised his role as a vocal defender of President Trump.

  124. Democrats Signal Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress Charges Against Trump U.S., December 9

    Democrats have narrowed their focus to two articles of impeachment against President Trump, expected to be unveiled on Tuesday, after lawyers labeled his conduct a “clear and present danger” to fair elections and national security.

  125. Read the Inspector General’s Report on the Russia Investigation Interactive, December 9

    The Justice Department’s inspector general released this report into the early stages of the F.B.I.’s Russia investigation.

  126. Trump Said Local Officials Could Block Refugees. So Far, They Haven’t. U.S., December 9

    Commissioners in counties around the nation, including North Dakota, are weighing whether to admit more refugees.

  127. Amazon Accuses Trump of ‘Improper Pressure’ on JEDI Contract Technology, December 9

    In a legal complaint, Amazon said that the president attacked the company behind the scenes to harm its C.E.O., Jeff Bezos, “his perceived political enemy.”

  128. Amazon Accuses Trump of ‘Improper Pressure’ on JEDI Contract Technology, December 9

    In a legal complaint, Amazon said the president had attacked it behind the scenes to harm its C.E.O., Jeff Bezos, “his perceived political enemy.”

  129. Whom Does President Trump Remind You Of? Opinion, December 9

    Uncouth he may be, but he’s not unfamiliar.

  130. Report on F.B.I. Russia Inquiry Finds Serious Errors but Debunks Anti-Trump Plot U.S., December 9

    A long-awaited report by the Justice Department’s inspector general delivers a scathing critique of the F.B.I.’s handling of a wiretap application but also punctures many conspiracy theories.

  131. El muro de Donald Trump pone en riesgo la naturaleza en Español, December 9

    Mientras lees esto, se están levantando enormes paredes de concreto en la frontera entre México y Estados Unidos que atraviesan refugios de vida silvestre y espacios naturales.

  132. Live Analysis of Counsel Presentations in House Judiciary Impeachment Investigation Interactive, December 9

    The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing Monday considering the case for and against impeaching President Trump. Our reporters provided live coverage and analysis during presentations by Democratic and Republican lawyers on evidence from the inquiry.

  133. Trump Officials Block U.N. Meeting on Human Rights Abuses in North Korea World, December 9

    The U.S. is trying to preserve a diplomatic opening with Kim Jong-un, even as North Korea dismisses President Trump as a “heedless and erratic old man.”

  134. Impeachment Hearing Takeaways: Democrats Allege ‘Brazen’ Trump Scheme While Republicans Lament ‘Unfair’ Process U.S., December 9

    At the House Judiciary Committee hearing, Democrats stuck to repeating the facts of their case as Republicans denounced impeachment as a misguided partisan process.

  135. Trump Administration Hinders Authority of W.T.O. Business, December 9

    As the trade war intensifies, the U.S. has effectively crippled the W.T.O.’s system of enforcing rules at a time it is needed the most.

  136. Highlights From the Horowitz Report on the Russia Investigation U.S., December 9

    The inquiry by the Justice Department’s inspector general found no evidence of the political conspiracy alleged by President Trump but uncovered flaws in how the case was handled.

  137. Highlights From the Horowitz Report on the Russia Investigation U.S., December 9

    The inquiry by the Justice Department’s inspector general found no evidence of the political conspiracy alleged by President Trump but uncovered flaws in how the case was handled.

  138. Despite Warnings, Trump Moves to Expand Migrant Family Detention U.S., December 9

    Tiny prison uniforms were replaced with T-shirts. Health care and schooling improved. Experts say there is still no safe way to incarcerate families.

  139. What to Watch at Monday’s Impeachment Hearing U.S., December 9

    The House Judiciary Committee will hear evidence as it considers articles of impeachment against President Trump for pressuring Ukraine to help him against his domestic political rivals.

  140. Barr Allows for Release of Additional Details About Ex-Spy Behind Steele Dossier U.S., December 9

    The British former spy was told on the eve of its release that a highly anticipated inspector general’s report would contain further information about him than he had expected.

  141. NATO Conference Is Canceled After U.S. Ambassador Barred a Trump Critic World, December 8

    An expert was scheduled to speak at the Copenhagen event but was told the ambassador, Carla Sands, had vetoed his participation.

  142. The Indispensable Man: How Giuliani Led Trump to the Brink of Impeachment U.S., December 8

    Rudy Giuliani didn’t get the job he expected. But as unpaid personal counsel to the president and for-profit peddler of access and advice, he got the spotlight.

  143. Trump Brings 2 Officers He Cleared of War Crimes Onstage at Fund-Raiser U.S., December 8

    The president had pardoned Army First Lt. Clint Lorance and Maj. Mathew Golsteyn last month, in a move that strained his relationship with Pentagon leaders.

  144. The Eight Counts of Impeachment That Trump Deserves Opinion, December 8

    The lessons from Nixon and Clinton.

  145. Barr Dives Into the Culture Wars, and Social Conservatives Rejoice U.S., December 8

    The attorney general embodies the combative culture and conservative ideology that animate the president and the Republican Party. Is he what the party looks like post-Trump?

  146. Trump Cripples W.T.O. as Trade War Rages Business, December 8

    A U.S. offensive against the World Trade Organization will effectively shutter the group’s system for settling disputes, at a time it’s most needed.

  147. Does Trump Think Our Constitutional Processes Are Beneath Him? Opinion, December 8

    The best course for the House is to present a case for impeachment focused on Ukraine and the danger to the 2020 elections.

  148. With White House Absent, Impeachment Devolves Into Partisan Brawl U.S., December 8

    President Trump is refusing to engage and Democrats have concluded they will press ahead anyway, rendering a historic undertaking little more than a foregone conclusion.

  149. How the Constitution Defines Impeachable, Word by Word Interactive, December 8

    What “treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors” really means.

  150. Songs, Poems and Parodies: Readers Compose ‘Variations’ Opinion, December 8

    We invited readers to stretch the traditional boundaries of a letter to the editor, in verse, song or some other form. Many couldn’t resist the urge to aim their wit at the president.