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  1. Trump Will Host 2020 G7 Summit at His Doral Resort U.S., Today

    The decision to host the economic summit at the Trump National Doral Miami Golf Club is sure to alarm ethics watchdogs and critics of the administration.

  2. Can the Left Save Liberalism From Trump? Opinion, Today

    America’s dual faith in individual liberty and democracy is under attack by the president’s populism.

  3. Ambassador to E.U. to Testify That Trump Delegated Ukraine Policy to Giuliani U.S., Today

    Gordon D. Sondland said in his prepared statement to House impeachment investigators that he was disappointed the president involved his personal lawyer in diplomacy with Kiev.

  4. Gordon Sondland, E.U. Envoy, Testifies That Trump Delegated Ukraine Policy to Giuliani U.S., Today

    Gordon D. Sondland said in his prepared statement to House impeachment investigators that he was disappointed the president involved his personal lawyer in diplomacy with Kiev.

  5. The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: Latest News U.S., Today

    The acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, told reporters that the U.S. withheld military aid to force Ukraine to investigate corruption, which he said would include scrutinizing Democrats.

  6. Unpacking the Trade Deficit Opinion, Today

    Tariffs don’t work the way Trump seems to think they do.

  7. A Foreseen Calamity in Syria Podcasts, Today

    President Trump’s troop withdrawal ignited a predicted outburst of chaos and carnage in the Middle East.

  8. A Scotch Maker’s Challenge: First Brexit. Now Tariffs. Business, Today

    The 25 percent U.S. tariffs to be imposed Friday trigger headaches for single malt distilleries, already struggling with Brexit.

  9. Nepotism Is Everywhere, Trevor Noah Says Arts, Today

    The “Daily Show” host was taken aback to see the Trump sons, of all people, give Hunter Biden trouble for capitalizing on the family name.

  10. Trump’s Impeachment Blockade Crumbles as Witnesses Agree to Talk U.S., Yesterday

    After vowing not to cooperate with a “kangaroo court,” the president has largely failed to prevent current and former administration members from spending hours with Democrats seeking to impeach him.

  11. Settlement Talks for Bank Followed Pressure on Trump by Turkey’s Leader U.S., Yesterday

    Before indicting a state-owned Turkish bank, the Justice Department sought to negotiate a deal following calls by Turkey’s president to the White House.

  12. Gordon Sondland Elbowed His Way Into Ukraine Policy. It Could Cost Him. U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Sondland was to tell impeachment investigators that President Trump placed a condition on any meeting with Ukraine’s president — the opening of an investigation that could benefit Mr. Trump.

  13. Inside the Derailed White House Meeting U.S., Yesterday

    “I hate ISIS more than you do,” President Trump said. “You don’t know that,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi replied. Here’s the rest of their exchange.

  14. Inside the Derailed White House Meeting U.S., Yesterday

    “I hate ISIS more than you do,” President Trump said. “You don’t know that,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi replied. Here’s the rest of their exchange.

  15. John Lithgow: Trump Is a Bad President. He’s an Even Worse Entertainer. Opinion, Yesterday

    The performer in chief is forcing us to live in a B-movie horror.

  16. Fact-Checking Trump on Syria, Erdogan and the Kurds U.S., Yesterday

    The president wrongly claimed that a violent Kurdish separatist group was “more of a terrorist threat” than ISIS, among other inaccurate claims.

  17. Adam Schiff Is the Congressman Trump Wants You to Hate Opinion, Yesterday

    Relentless, yes. But “radical left” and “lowlife”? Not at all.

  18. Trump Administration Delays Cuts to Food Stamps and School Meals U.S., Yesterday

    Under fire for rule changes that could cut millions off food assistance, the Trump administration is extending the comment period on food-stamp changes.

  19. Read Trump’s Letter to President Erdogan of Turkey Interactive, Yesterday

    Trump said he’d written the “very powerful” letter to warn the Turkish leader.

  20. Under New Rule, Chinese Diplomats Must Notify State Dept. of Meetings in U.S. World, Yesterday

    State Department officials said the new measures were ordered in reciprocity for China’s strict limits on the actions of American diplomats there.

  21. Matthew Shepard’s Parents Assail Trump Administration on Transgender Rights U.S., Yesterday

    Their criticisms were read aloud in their absence during a ceremony at the Justice Department.

  22. A Dozen Democrats on the Debate Stage Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers offer both praise and criticism, suggesting how some questions could have been handled better.

  23. 7 Days in Syria: Trump Abandoned the Kurds. Mayhem Followed. Video, Yesterday

    On Sunday Oct. 6, President Trump announced that Turkey would move forward with an offensive in northeast Syria after U.S. troops pulled out of the area. Since then, American-allied Kurdish forces have been under attack, over 200,000 people have been displaced and the threat of ISIS’s resurgence looms. Our video traces how we got here in just one week.

  24. Bipartisan House Majority Condemns Trump for Syria Withdrawal U.S., Yesterday

    Republicans and Democrats delivered a rebuke to the president over his decision to pull back American troops, an order many viewed as acquiescing to Turkey’s incursion against a United States ally.

  25. In Bipartisan Rebuke, House Majority Condemns Trump for Syria Withdrawal U.S., Yesterday

    The move was an overwhelming condemnation of the president’s decision to pull back American troops inside Syria.

  26. Trump’s China Deal Leaves the Global Economy as Uncertain as Ever Business, Yesterday

    A trade truce with China has done little to reduce the uncertainty that threatens the global economy

  27. Republicans, Defiant After Debate, Throw Punches on Impeachment and Economy U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump and his allies seized on debate moments over taxes, health care and economic inequality to portray the Democratic candidates as tax-and-spend liberals.

  28. David Correia, Who Was Indicted With Giuliani Associates, Is Arrested New York, Yesterday

    Mr. Correia was charged in a scheme to funnel foreign money to United States elected officials.

  29. Ex-Aide Saw Gordon Sondland as a Potential National Security Risk U.S., Yesterday

    A former top White House adviser viewed Mr. Sondland, a Trump donor and the ambassador to the European Union, as a risk because he was so unprepared for his job.

  30. Trump Lashes Out on Syria as Republicans Rebuke Him in House Vote World, Yesterday

    President Trump again defends his decision to withdraw American troops, an order that many, including Republicans, have interpreted as acquiescing to Turkey’s incursion against a United States ally.

  31. The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: Latest Updates U.S., Yesterday

    Two top diplomatic hands — the former top aide to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the former envoy to Ukraine — are on Capitol Hill as the House’s impeachment inquiry gathers steam.

  32. Trump Stuns Grieving Britons: Meet the Suspect in Your Son’s Death World, Yesterday

    At the White House, the parents of Harry Dunn were told that the woman they want to hold accountable for his death in a car crash was in an adjoining room.

  33. Trump Is Winning the Online War Opinion, Yesterday

    The technical superiority and sophistication of the president’s digital campaign is a hidden advantage of incumbency.

  34. It Was the Best of Warren. It Was the Worst of Warren. Opinion, Yesterday

    Tuesday’s debate — the tensest yet — put the Democrats’ newly minted front-runner to the test.

  35. Democratic Debate Like a Nightclub on a Tuesday, Trevor Noah Says Arts, Yesterday

    “Everyone gets in,” Trevor Noah joked about Tuesday’s debate, in which a record 12 candidates participated.

  36. Trump Again Vetoes Measure to End National Emergency U.S., October 15

    The move will return the border resolution to Congress, which is unlikely to garner the votes needed to override the veto.

  37. Is Automation Threatening American Jobs? Democrats Debate U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  38. Kurds in Syria Were Sold Out by President Trump, 2020 Democrats Say U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  39. 2020 Democrats Say President Trump ‘Sold Out the Kurds’ in Syria U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  40. Biden Defends Son Hunter at Debate, Saying Focus Should Be on Trump U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  41. Candidates Back Impeachment of Trump Video, October 15

    Several of the Democratic candidates offered strong support for the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.

  42. White House Is Said to Open Internal Review of Ukraine Call U.S., October 15

    Some advisers fear that the inquiry is a hunt for a scapegoat, people familiar with it said.

  43. Giuliani Pushed Trump to Deport Cleric Sought by Turkey, Ex-White House Officials Said U.S., October 15

    The president’s personal lawyer called Fethullah Gulen an extremist, but his repeated demands raised eyebrows.

  44. It’s Not Trump vs. the Dems. It’s Trump vs. the Country’s True Defenders. Opinion, October 15

    Public servants who swore to protect the Constitution also set the impeachment process in motion.

  45. House Democrats Unveil Plan to Make College More Affordable U.S., October 15

    House Democrats announced an ambitious overhaul of the Higher Education Act that would devote hundreds of billions of dollars to college access.

  46. Forest Service Backs an End to Limits on Roads in Alaska’s Tongass Forest Climate, October 15

    The Forest Service called lifting all restrictions on roads in Alaska's Tongass National Forest its "preferred option."  A final decision is expected next year. 

  47. U.S. Indicts Turkish Bank on Charges of Evading Iran Sanctions U.S., October 15

    The charges against Halkbank were announced as President Trump, having allowed Turkish-backed forces to invade Syria, is looking to take a tougher stand against Turkey.

  48. Twitter Stands by Trump Amid Calls to Terminate His Account Technology, October 15

    Twitter said it would keep President Trump’s account live, despite pressure from Democrats to delete it.

  49. E.P.A. Bypassed Its West Coast Team as a Feud With California Escalated Climate, October 15

    Staff members in the regional office said they had no advance knowledge of a wide-ranging agency complaint against the state and described the process as highly unusual.

  50. ‘You Are Leaving Us to Be Slaughtered’: Putting Out Trump’s Syria Fire Opinion, October 15

    The president’s decision to greenlight a Turkish assault on the Kurds set a fragile peace ablaze.

  51. ‘This Creates Fear’: Trump Rally Turns Spotlight on Minnesota’s Somali Community U.S., October 15

    After some audience members booed Somalis at President Trump’s rally in Minneapolis, local leaders have tried to assure refugees that they are welcome.

  52. Trump and Impeachment: The Elephant in the Room at Tonight’s Debate U.S., October 15

    Far more than at the previous Democratic debates, President Trump will be a major factor in the discussion, scrambling the candidates’ calculations about what to say onstage.

  53. Democrats Should Remember How Obama Won Ohio Opinion, October 15

    The key to success in the state, and across the country, is empathetic leadership that is honest about the struggles we face.

  54. What’s Really in the Trade Deal Trump Announced With China Business, October 15

    The partial trade deal hasn’t been signed and some details still have to be negotiated, but it could help some American firms.

  55. The U.S. Turned Syria’s North Into a Tinderbox. Then Trump Lit a Match. World, October 15

    The violence precipitated by the American withdrawal is an outcome of tensions that have been building since the conflict began more than eight years ago.

  56. How the U.S. Military Will Carry Out a Hasty, Risky Withdrawal From Syria World, October 15

    The Pentagon will have to disassemble combat bases that were built to stay for a mission that was supposed to last, and protect the troops as they withdraw amid a chaotic battlefield.

  57. How to Beat Trump at His Own Game Opinion, October 15

    To fight back against the president’s racist policies, we also have to talk about class.

  58. A Trump Voter: The Imagined Chat With ‘Flyover Man’ Opinion, October 15

    Readers discuss David Brooks’s portrayal of a supporter of the president.

  59. Senior State Dept. Ukraine Expert Says White House Sidelined Him U.S., October 15

    George Kent told investigators he was cut out of Ukraine policymaking and told to “lay low” on it, after a May meeting orchestrated by Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff.

  60. The Ukrainian Prosecutor Behind the Dossier Targeting Hunter Biden World, October 15

    Kostiantyn H. Kulyk has been indicted himself on corruption charges and has a reputation for using investigations as political weapons.

  61. Tariffs Won’t Stop Turkey’s Invasion of Syria, Analysts Warn Business, October 15

    Earlier sanctions had already all but blocked Turkish steel makers from America. But tariffs could have a psychological effect.

  62. Winners and Losers in Trump’s Troop Withdrawal From Syria World, October 15

    For months, analysts have outlined how such a move would risk upsetting the fragile balance of power in a complex war.

  63. The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: What Happened Today U.S., October 15

    Tuesday featured another crack in the Trump administration’s stonewall strategy, and the return of Congress after a two-week break.

  64. 2020 Campaign Quiz Interactive, October 15

    How closely have you been paying attention to the 2020 campaign so far? Test your knowledge and see how your answers stack up with others.

  65. 2020 Campaign Quiz Interactive, October 15

    How closely have you been paying attention to the 2020 campaign so far? Test your knowledge and see how your answers stack up with others.

  66. Hunter Biden Admits to ‘Poor Judgment’ but Denies ‘Ethical Lapse’ in Work Overseas U.S., October 15

    In an interview with ABC News, Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s son rejected as “ridiculous” President Trump’s suggestions that he and his father had engaged in wrongdoing.

  67. Why Are Democrats Jilting G.O.P. Voters Who Want to Like Them? Opinion, October 15

    Candidates are leaving potential Republican converts without options.

  68. The Effort to Discredit the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Podcasts, October 15

    While fighting corruption in Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch found herself at odds with forces loyal to President Trump — and then out of a job.

  69. Elizabeth Warren Divides the Room Opinion, October 15

    While Trump divides the world.

  70. Peter Navarro: The Trump Guide to Diplomacy Opinion, October 15

    A recent deal to reform global mail delivery shows that a strong, principled negotiation strategy gets results.

  71. A Caribbean Mystery Catches Trump’s Eye New York, October 15

  72. 4 Big Questions About Syria’s Future Interactive, October 15

    The surprise American withdrawal from parts of northern Syria reshuffled old alliances and touched off a new stage of the eight-year war.

  73. Trump Is the ‘Gollum of Presidents,’ Trevor Noah Says Arts, October 15

    The president’s evolving position on Rudy Giuliani reminded Noah of a “Lord of the Rings” character: “We haven’t spoken to Rudies. We speak to Rudies all the time!”

  74. Trump Just Created a Moral and Strategic Disaster Opinion, October 14

    As desperate Kurds ally with Assad in Syria, the specter of the Islamic State threatens again, and American power dims.

  75. Ukraine Has Become a Vibrant Democracy. No Wonder Trump Hates It. Opinion, October 14

    As America joins the axis of autocrats, Ukrainians fear being left alone to face Russia.

  76. God Is Now Trump’s Co-Conspirator Opinion, October 14

    Bigotry, both racial and religious, is the last refuge of a scoundrel.

  77. Assad Forces Surge Forward in Syria as U.S. Pulls Back World, October 14

    Syrian government forces streamed into the country’s northeast, filling a vacuum opened up by President Trump’s decision to pull back in Syria.

  78. Trump Imposes Sanctions on Turkey as Syria Conflict Intensifies U.S., October 14

    President Trump also said he was doubling tariffs on imports of Turkish steel in response to Turkey’s incursion into Syria, an invasion for which he himself had cleared the way for.

  79. Kurds’ Feelings of Betrayal by the U.S. Opinion, October 14

    Readers discuss possible reasons behind the president’s abandonment of the Kurds and the consequences of that action.

  80. Democratic Candidates Need to Listen to These Voters Opinion, October 14

    Undecided voters in Ohio are focused on urgent bread-and-butter issues.

  81. Is the Trump Impeachment Saga Kavanaugh 2.0? Some Republicans Hope So U.S., October 14

    Republicans who cast the impeachment inquiry as a yet another partisan character assassination may find it difficult to rally the same kind of unified support that helped Brett Kavanaugh.

  82. The Violent Trump Video Is Dumb, and That’s the Point Opinion, October 14

    The absurdity of memes like the one shared widely on Sunday evening gives cover to their creators.

  83. What the World Loses if Turkey Destroys the Syrian Kurds Opinion, October 14

    A radical political experiment is in peril.

  84. Where the ‘Loony Libs’ Are Self-Destructing, Not Trump Opinion, October 14

    To conservatives in this part of rural Iowa, the president is a beleaguered hero who is always Making America Great Again.

  85. The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: Latest Updates U.S., October 14

    With Congress returning from a two-week break, the pace of the House impeachment inquiry is likely to pick up with the questioning of key witnesses.

  86. White House Says Trump ‘Strongly Condemns’ Violent Video Attacking Media U.S., October 14

    The White House on Monday said President Trump “strongly condemns” a fake video depicting him killing members of the news media and political rivals.

  87. White House Says Trump ‘Strongly Condemns’ Violent Video Attacking Media U.S., October 14

    The White House on Monday said President Trump “strongly condemns” a fake video depicting him killing members of the news media and political rivals.

  88. Trump Followed His Gut on Syria. Calamity Came Fast. World, October 14

    All the warnings were there. But President Trump’s reliance on his instincts, and his relationships, led him to ignore the consequences of a move that has emboldened Russia, Iran and the Islamic State.

  89. Trump Followed His Gut on Syria. Calamity Came Fast. World, October 14

    All the warnings were there. But President Trump’s reliance on his instincts, and his relationships, led him to ignore the consequences of a move that has emboldened Russia, Iran and the Islamic State.

  90. Former Trump Aide to Testify on Pressure to Oust Ambassador to Ukraine U.S., October 14

    Fiona Hill, a former top adviser on the National Security Council, is prepared to tell House investigators that she objected to the ambassador’s removal.

  91. Former Trump Aide Fiona Hill Speaks to Impeachment Investigators on Ukraine U.S., October 14

    Fiona Hill, a former top adviser on the National Security Council, was prepared to tell House investigators that she objected to the removal of the ambassador to Ukraine.

  92. It’s Time to Talk to Iran Opinion, October 14

    With tensions rising in the Middle East and Iran suffering under sanctions, this may be the last best opportunity to walk back from the brink.

  93. The Story of a Kurdish General Podcasts, October 14

    The Americans promised they would protect his people. Now, one Kurdish leader is forced to turn to former foes for help.

  94. ‘Faithless Electors’ Could Tip the 2020 Election. Will the Supreme Court Stop Them? U.S., October 14

    A new petition asks the justices to rule quickly, before the next election, on whether members of the Electoral College may vote their consciences.

  95. Macabre Video of Fake Trump Shooting Media and Critics Is Shown at His Resort U.S., October 13

    The video was shown at a conference attended by Donald Trump Jr. and Sarah Huckabee Sanders. They said they did not see it.

  96. Trumpism’s Infinite Vulgarities Opinion, October 13

    Republicans have come to accept what they once professed to abhor.

  97. Inside Trump’s Botched Attempt to Hire Trey Gowdy U.S., October 13

    The hiring of Mr. Gowdy and its quick reversal offer a public glimpse into the turmoil in the White House as it struggles to decide how to respond to impeachment.

  98. The Clinton Legacy: Impeachment Hurts the President Opinion, October 13

    The 1998 trial damaged Democrats more than Republicans.

  99. The Kurds’ Prisons and Detention Camps for ISIS Members, Explained U.S., October 13

    As the Turkish invasion leads to deteriorating security in northern Syria, the custody of about 11,000 captive ISIS fighters — and many thousands more detained ISIS women and children — is in doubt.

  100. Trump Orders Withdrawal of U.S. Troops From Northern Syria U.S., October 13

    The decision effectively cedes control of the area and could allow a resurgence of ISIS, but the defense secretary argued American forces would not have deterred a Turkish invasion.

  101. No, Kurds and Turks Are Not ‘Natural Enemies,’ Mr. Trump Opinion, October 13

    What they need is American leadership to help them make peace.

  102. Pullback Leaves Green Berets Feeling ‘Ashamed,’ and Kurdish Allies Describing ‘Betrayal’ World, October 13

    As Turkish forces cross into Kurdish areas of northern Syria, the orders from Washington to U.S. troops are simple: Stand back. Let the Kurds fight for themselves.

  103. How ‘White Guilt’ in the Age of Trump Shapes the Democratic Primary U.S., October 13

    The changing racial attitudes of white liberals are changing how 2020 candidates try to win votes.

  104. Amid Show of Support, Trump Meets With Giuliani Over Lunch U.S., October 12

    The president’s multiple shows of support for his personal lawyer on Saturday seemed meant to tamp down questions about Mr. Giuliani’s standing.

  105. Bringing Grievances to His Conservative Base, Trump Assails Impeachment Inquiry U.S., October 12

    For the third night in a row, the president delivered a version of his combative response to the start of the impeachment inquiry.

  106. Trump Defends Giuliani Amid Deepening Ukraine Criminal Probe U.S., October 12

    The president said on Twitter that Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and one-time federal prosecutor, was the target of a “witch hunt.”

  107. For Both Trump and Xi, Trade Deal Comes Amid Growing Pressures at Home U.S., October 12

    President Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, agreed to a compromise on trade in recent days as they feel political pressures at home and face weakening economies.

  108. Trump’s Abrupt Shifts in Middle East Unnerve U.S. Allies World, October 12

    President Trump’s acquiescence to a Turkish raid on the Kurds in northern Syria alarmed allies for its unpredictability as much as its betrayal.

  109. Militants Backed by Turkey Kill at Least Two Prisoners in Syria World, October 12

    The killings of Kurdish prisoners by Arab fighters, one of which was captured on video, raised the specter of wider sectarian warfare as fighting in Syria escalates.

  110. Making America Worse Opinion, October 12

    As impeachment commands the spotlight, the Trump administration continues to gut the rule book to hurt millions.

  111. Making America Worse Opinion, October 12

    As impeachment commands the spotlight, the Trump administration continues to gut the rule book to hurt millions.

  112. Fire, Floods and Power Outages: Our Climate Future Has Arrived Opinion, October 12

    The most urgent imperative now is to turn our fear and frustration into votes.

  113. Fire, Floods and Power Outages: Our Climate Future Has Arrived Opinion, October 12

    The most urgent imperative now is to turn our fear and frustration into votes.

  114. Trump’s Politics Aren’t Pretty. That’s How His Voters Like It. Opinion, October 12

    He’s a tireless catalyst of conflict with the right’s opponents.

  115. Should We Soak the Rich? You Bet! Opinion, October 12

    And they’ll still be loaded.

  116. Impeachment Support Grows, but So Does the Public Divide U.S., October 12

    Americans are as divided over impeachment as they are over President Trump. But support for the Democrats’ inquiry is building even in places Mr. Trump won, and among politically crucial independents.

  117. Understanding Trump’s Appeal in Rural America Opinion, October 12

    Readers discuss a writer’s portrayal of political attitudes of residents in her Arkansas hometown.

  118. Fact-Checking 5 Claims About the Impeachment Inquiry U.S., October 12

    President Trump and his defenders have inaccurately attacked the impeachment inquiry for what they say are procedural and constitutional violations, a faulty premise and a lack of support.

  119. ‘The Beacon Has Gone Out’: What Trump and Giuliani Have Wrought Opinion, October 12

    Once upon a time, we spread ideals of democracy and rule of law. Now? We send Rudy.

  120. Syrian Arab Fighters Backed by Turkey Kill Two Kurdish Prisoners World, October 12

    The killings, one of them caught on video, raised the specter of wider sectarian warfare as fighting in Syria escalates.

  121. What Happened in the Trump Impeachment Inquiry This Week U.S., October 12

    The White House says the impeachment inquiry is invalid. Joe Biden says impeach. Ukraine, Syria and Turkey.

  122. Giuliani Is Said to Be Under Investigation for Ukraine Work U.S., October 11

    Prosecutors are investigating whether the president’s lawyer broke laws meant to prevent covert foreign influence on the government.

  123. At Louisiana Rally, Trump Lashes Out at Impeachment Inquiry and Pelosi U.S., October 11

    The president denounced the impeachment inquiry and condemned what he called the “unholy alliance of corrupt Democrat politicians, deep-state bureaucrats and the fake news media.”

  124. All the President’s Henchmen Opinion, October 11

    Mr. Trump has assembled a colorful cast of characters who are having trouble keeping their stories straight.

  125. Kevin McAleenan Is Out as Acting Homeland Security Secretary U.S., October 11

    Mr. McAleenan oversaw a border security agency that grappled with the most crossings at the southwestern border in more than a decade, prompting the ire of the president.

  126. Kevin McAleenan Resigns as Acting Homeland Security Secretary U.S., October 11

    Mr. McAleenan oversaw a border security agency that grappled with the most crossings at the southwestern border in more than a decade, prompting the ire of the president.

  127. We Are All at the Mercy of the Narcissist in Chief Opinion, October 11

    To say that we find ourselves in a dysfunctional relationship is an understatement.

  128. Those Foreign Business Ties? The Trump Sons Have Plenty Too U.S., October 11

    The Trumps have criticized Hunter Biden for doing business overseas while his father was vice president. Last month, the Trumps won approval in Scotland to build 500 homes.

  129. Trump Orders Troops and Weapons to Saudi Arabia in Message of Deterrence to Iran World, October 11

    The announcement came five days after Mr. Trump said his desire to end America’s “endless wars” led him to pull back troops from the Syria-Turkey border.

  130. Goodbye, America. Goodbye, Freedom Man. Opinion, October 11

    Under Trump, the U.S. becomes the world’s fair-weather friend.

  131. Trump Taxes: Justice Dept. Asks Judges to Block Subpoena New York, October 11

    But the department did not agree with President Trump’s lawyers that a sitting president is immune from criminal investigation.

  132. A Spice Company Spent $92,000 on Pro-Impeachment Facebook Ads in a Week Business, October 11

    A Wisconsin-based purveyor of pepper, paprika and poppy seeds spent more on impeachment-related Facebook ads than any entity besides President Trump.

  133. Trump and China Have a ‘Phase One Deal.’ The World Economy Is Still at Risk. The Upshot, October 11

    A perpetual state of aggression on trade has been a drag on business decision-making, especially in manufacturing.

  134. Shepard Smith, Fox News Anchor, Abruptly Departs From Network Business, October 11

    The chief news anchor at Fox News, who stood apart from the network’s commentators, announced his departure at the close of his regular broadcast.

  135. Judges Strike Several Blows to Trump Immigration Policies U.S., October 11

    Judges in three states ruled against a policy that would withhold green cards to immigrants who receive public assistance such as Medicaid. Another judge ruled on border wall funding.

  136. White House Threatens Turkey With Crippling Sanctions U.S., October 11

    The warning comes after Turkey launched military operations against the American military’s Kurdish allies in Syria.

  137. Support for Impeachment Has Grown but Also Slowed The Upshot, October 11

    Many of the voters who back an inquiry have not reached the same conclusion on removal.

  138. Countering Trump’s Attempt to Impede Impeachment Opinion, October 11

    Readers discuss how the House and the Supreme Court should deal with the president’s refusal to cooperate with the inquiry.

  139. Trump Is Mentally Unfit, No Exam Needed Opinion, October 11

    Three mental health professionals who contributed to “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” cite recent actions that confirm their worries.

  140. Congress Can Seek Trump’s Financial Records, Appeals Court Rules U.S., October 11

    The ruling, by a three-judge panel, handed a victory to House Democrats whose efforts to obtain the documents have been stonewalled by the White House.

  141. Prince’s Estate to Trump Campaign: Don’t Play ‘Purple Rain’ U.S., October 11

    The estate said that despite an agreement last year not to use Prince’s music, the song was played at the president’s rally on Thursday night in Minneapolis, the singer’s hometown.

  142. Trump Lashes Out at Bidens at Campaign Rally Video, October 11

    President Trump criticized former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Mr. Biden’s son, Hunter, during a rally in Minneapolis on Thursday, his first since the beginning of an impeachment inquiry last month.

  143. House Impeachment Investigators to Question Ukraine Envoy U.S., October 11

    The expected interview on Capitol Hill of Marie L. Yovanovitch, who was recalled from Ukraine by the Trump administration, was itself remarkable because she remains a government employee

  144. Trump Had Ukraine Envoy Removed on ‘False Claims,’ She Tells House Inquiry U.S., October 11

    Ambassador Marie L. Yovanovitch was recalled from Ukraine, she told impeachment investigators on Friday, despite a boss saying she had “done nothing wrong.”

  145. Ukraine Envoy Says She Was Told Trump Wanted Her Out Over Lack of Trust U.S., October 11

    Ambassador Marie L. Yovanovitch was recalled from Ukraine after a long campaign against her by Rudolph Giuliani and his allies. Her boss told her she had “done nothing wrong.”

  146. Trump Impeachment Inquiry Updates: Sondland to Testify After Initial Refusal U.S., October 11

    In a surprise announcement, the ambassador to the European Union now says he will testify on Ukraine over State Department objections.

  147. What Happened Today in the Trump Impeachment Inquiry U.S., October 11

    The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine gave an extraordinary interview to impeachment investigators.

  148. The Week in Tech: Navigating the Chinese Minefield Technology, October 11

    American tech companies want access to customers in China. But they’re learning that can come with a lot of baggage.

  149. Former World Leaders: The Trade War Threatens the World’s Economy Opinion, October 11

    Despite an interim deal, global peace and prosperity remain at risk if the United States and China do not fully resolve their conflict.

  150. Donald Trump Dreams of Presidential Infallibility Opinion, October 11

    His emerging constitutional doctrine leaves no room for the House or the courts.