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  1. Bernie Sanders Announces 2020 Presidential Run U.S., Today

    Mr. Sanders, the runner-up in the 2016 Democratic primaries, is embarking on a bid that will test whether he can retain the anti-establishment appeal he enjoyed with liberals three years ago

  2. Bernie Sanders Joins the 2020 Presidential Race U.S., Today

    Mr. Sanders, the runner-up in the 2016 Democratic primaries, is embarking on a bid that will test whether he can retain the anti-establishment appeal he enjoyed with liberals three years ago

  3. How Bernie Sanders Has Gone After Donald Trump Video, Today

    Senator Bernie Sanders announced that he was running for president again. Here’s how Mr. Sanders and President Trump have gone after each other.

  4. Russia Has a Case. As Does America. So Save the Nuclear Treaty. Opinion, Today

    Contention over the I.N.F. missile control treaty is complicated by suspicions on both sides that the other has broken its rules.

  5. Why Trump’s Emergency Mess Means Danger for the Courts Opinion, Today

    The president’s move has already been challenged in court. Win or lose, he is almost certainly forcing an alarming judicial precedent.

  6. Stephen Colbert Says Trump Contradicted Himself on Emergency Arts, Today

    President Trump said he planned to use emergency powers even though he “didn’t need to.” Colbert said that sounded like a contradiction.

  7. Venezuela Crisis Prompts Plans for Dueling Concerts on Border World, Today

    After the billionaire Richard Branson said he planned to hold an aid concert for Venezuela, the embattled government of Nicolás Maduro said it would hold a rival show nearby.

  8. As Trump Attacks Maduro, Some See Bid for Florida Votes World, Yesterday

    President Trump went to Miami not only to warn Nicolás Maduro that his days as Venezuela’s leader were numbered, but also to court a key bloc of voters ahead of the 2020 election.

  9. 16 States Sue to Stop Trump’s Use of Emergency Powers to Build Border Wall U.S., Yesterday

    A coalition of 16 states, including California and New York, is challenging President’s Trump use of emergency powers to spend billions on a border wall.

  10. Why Can’t Trump Build Anything? Opinion, Yesterday

    Infrastructure won’t happen until the Democrats regain control.

  11. Betsy DeVos vs. Student Veterans Opinion, Yesterday

    The Department of Education secretary has been uniquely brazen, and unpatriotic, in her deregulation campaign. It’s time that she answered for her actions.

  12. Jussie Smollett and a Perfect Crime Opinion, Yesterday

    An object lesson in what happens when people in positions of political and cultural authority indulge their biases by suspending disbelief.

  13. Trump Delivers Blunt Warning to Venezuela Military Over Aid Impasse World, Yesterday

    Mr. Trump warned Venezuelan soldiers to renounce loyalty to President Nicolás Maduro or they will find “no safe harbor.”

  14. Europe to Mike Pence: No, Thank You Opinion, Yesterday

    The Trump administration manages to turn Germans into Gaullists, ready to flirt with Russia and contemplate strategic independence.

  15. Trump’s Nuclear Reversal Opinion, Yesterday

    The president of Physicians for Social Responsibility Los Angeles says the New Cold War has officially begun.

  16. A Man You Can Bait with a Skit Arts, Yesterday

    Wounded by a “Saturday Night Live” spoof, President Trump reacts with part heavy-handed threat, part celebrity ego.

  17. How Mitch McConnell Enables Trump Opinion, Yesterday

    He’s not an institutionalist. He’s the man who surrendered the Senate to the president.

  18. Kim Jong-un’s ‘Butler’ Visits Vietnam to Prepare for Trump Meeting World, Yesterday

    North Korean officials were said to have checked out an industrial area that contains a Samsung plant, raising the possibility of a visit there by Mr. Kim.

  19. Shinzo Abe Won’t Say if He Nominated Trump for a Nobel Prize World, Yesterday

    Such an nomination would be in keeping with the Japanese leader’s careful courting of the United States president. Critics said it would be “shameful for Japan.”

  20. Chinese and Iranian Hackers Renew Their Attacks on U.S. Companies Technology, Yesterday

    President Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and his trade conflicts with China are believed to have inspired new waves of attacks.

  21. Xi and a Trumpian Time Bomb Opinion, February 17

    Trade negotiations could come down to the wire.

  22. Trump and Arms Control Opinion, February 17

    Strobe Talbott, a former deputy secretary of state, takes issue with the president’s withdrawal from a nuclear weapons treaty.

  23. Graham Vows to Investigate Whether ‘Bureaucratic Coup’ Tried to Oust Trump U.S., February 17

    Senator Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said he would find out whether officials at the F.B.I. and the Justice Department tried oust President Trump.

  24. Rift Between Trump and Europe Is Now Open and Angry World, February 17

    Europeans pushed back against the Trump administration’s unilateralism at the Munich Security Conference, signaling a shift that is likely to be exploited by Russia and China.

  25. Trump Is Driving Out Precious Republican Voters Opinion, February 16

    The young in particular are slipping away.

  26. ‘The Trump-Russia Story’: Cue the Stage Lights Opinion, February 16

    In this drama, the stakes are enormous.

  27. The Limp Caudillo Opinion, February 16

    How Trump's incompetent power grabs are actually weakening the imperial presidency.

  28. In ‘The Threat,’ Andrew McCabe Issues the Latest Warning Call About Trump’s America Books, February 16

    This memoir by the former deputy director of the F.B.I. joins a roster of recent and alarming books by high-ranking members of the United States’ justice and intelligence communities.

  29. The Week in Business: Amazon Breaks Up With New York, and Warren Buffett Takes Stock Business, February 16

    Plus, tax season brings bad news, and the Fed offers more clues about its change of heart.

  30. The War That Wasn’t: Trump Claims Obama Was Ready to Strike North Korea U.S., February 16

    President Trump has been telling audiences that President Barack Obama had been on the verge of war, a situation that Mr. Obama’s former aides say is entirely fiction.

  31. Trump’s Attempt to Circumvent Congress Leaves Uneasy Senate Republicans With Hard Choice U.S., February 16

    It remains to be seen whether Senate Republicans will act collectively to try to stop the president or how far into uncharted territory they are willing to follow him.

  32. Esquire’s Cover Boy and Our Culture of Shame Opinion, February 16

    I’m a trans woman living in Brooklyn. And I have tremendous empathy for the conservative teen in Wisconsin.

  33. Merkel Rejects U.S. Demands That Europe Pull Out of Iran Nuclear Deal World, February 16

    Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany delivered a spirited defense of multilateral institutions in a world increasingly marked by great power rivalry.

  34. Mueller’s Office Recommends Paul Manafort Serve Up to 25 Years in Prison U.S., February 15

    Federal prosecutors, who also recommended Mr. Manafort pay up to $25 million in fines, said that a tax and bank fraud scheme allowed him to hide millions of dollars in “ill-gotten gains.”

  35. Phony Wall, Phony Emergency Opinion, February 15

    The president plans to manage the border crisis from the golf course at Mar-a-Lago this weekend.

  36. Presidents Have Declared Dozens of Emergencies, but None Like Trump’s U.S., February 15

    In invoking emergency powers for an end run around Congress in building his border wall, President Trump violated a norm of presidential self-restraint.

  37. Trump Declared a Border Emergency. Here’s How It Could Be Undone in Court. U.S., February 15

    President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to build a border wall is expected to attract legal challenges. What are the legal vulnerabilities and who might raise them?

  38. Trump Follows Familiar Playbook When Confronted by a Loss: Distract and Digress U.S., February 15

    “So, I’m going to be signing a national emergency,” the president said, almost as an afterthought at the news conference whose purpose was ostensibly to announce that news.

  39. A Timeline of Colin Kaepernick vs. the N.F.L. Sports, February 15

    Key moments in Kaepernick’s protests during the national anthem and the league’s response.

  40. Some Republicans Were Against Executive Power on Immigration. Now They Aren’t. Video, February 15

    President Trump declared a national emergency to unlock funds for a border wall that he couldn’t get from Congress. Those Republicans supporting the move didn’t approve when President Barack Obama used his executive power to act on immigration in 2014.

  41. Trump Sings Praises of Hannity and Limbaugh in Rose Garden Business, February 15

    The president spoke less glowingly of his onetime supporter Ann Coulter and revived his “fake news” mantra in a reply to Jim Acosta of CNN.

  42. New Jersey Attorney General Seeks Records From Trump Inaugural U.S., February 15

    A state agency’s administrative subpoena comes after a similar request in a criminal inquiry by federal prosecutors in New York.

  43. Munich or a Requiem for the West Opinion, February 15

    It's no longer worth pretending Trump is not in the authoritarian camp. The shock has passed. European powers are thinking again.

  44. Trump and the ‘National Emergency’ Opinion, February 15

    Readers are dubious about President Trump’s claim, pointing to climate change and gun violence as among the real emergencies.

  45. Trump’s Rationale for a National Emergency Is Based on False or Misleading Claims U.S., February 15

    To justify redirecting federal funds to a wall, the president made a litany of assertions about crime, drugs and other issues on the southern border. Nearly all were misleading, exaggerated or false.

  46. Trump’s Rationale for a National Emergency Is Based on False or Misleading Claims U.S., February 15

    To justify redirecting federal funds to a wall, the president made a litany of assertions about crime, drugs and other issues on the southern border. Nearly all were misleading, exaggerated or false.

  47. Trump Declares a National Emergency, and Provokes a Constitutional Clash U.S., February 15

    The president’s decision incited instant condemnation from Democrats, who called it an unconstitutional abuse of his authority and vowed to overturn it with Republican support.

  48. Bill Weld Will Challenge Trump for 2020 Republican Nomination U.S., February 15

    Mr. Weld, the former governor of Massachusetts, is unlikely to pose a major threat to Trump and he is in some ways an incongruous figure to leap into the Republican presidential fray.

  49. Key Takeaways from Trump’s Decision to Use a National Emergency to Build the Border Wall U.S., February 15

    President Trump has set a course to deliver on a core promise to his supporters, a border wall with Mexico. But the path he chose, declaring a national emergency, is perilous.

  50. Key Takeaways From Trump’s Decision to Use a National Emergency to Build a Border Wall U.S., February 15

    President Trump has set a course to deliver on a core promise to his supporters, a border wall with Mexico. But the path he chose, declaring a national emergency, is perilous.

  51. Government by Hannity Opinion, February 15

    It’s another sign of President Trump’s weakness.

  52. Donald Trump Is President and Anything Is Possible Opinion, February 15

    Even the necessary idealism of the Green New Deal.

  53. Democracy Ends in Euphemism Opinion, February 15

    Language has been neutralized when it should state the obvious.

  54. James Corden Criticizes Trump for National-Emergency Threat Arts, February 15

    Corden quoted a Trump tweet from 2014 criticizing Barack Obama for subverting the Constitution as president “because he is unable to negotiate with Congress.”

  55. In a Divided Washington, Congress Averted a Shutdown — but at a Price U.S., February 15

    President Trump’s last-minute tantrum nearly derailed a deal to avert another government shutdown, and forced the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, to accept an emergency declaration.

  56. In Wielding Emergency Powers, Trump Paves a Dangerous Path Forward U.S., February 15

    When it comes to congressional end runs, lawmakers warn President Trump that what goes around comes around.

  57. It Was a Busy Day in Washington. Here’s a Guide U.S., February 14

    Here is a breakdown of some of the biggest stories in the nation’s capital.

  58. Answers to 4 Key Questions About Trump’s Declaration of an Emergency U.S., February 14

    Congress has tools to override the president’s declaration, but opponents most likely do not have the votes to overcome a veto.

  59. Trump’s Face-Saving Way Out of Crisis Raises Fears Over Rule of Law U.S., February 14

    Declaring a national emergency over a border wall lets the president avoid another damaging shutdown while not surrendering. But it could do long-term damage, experts say.

  60. At 243 Pounds, Trump Tips the Scale Into Obesity U.S., February 14

    The president gained four pounds since last year, pushing his body mass index into the obese category, but the White House physician otherwise declared him in “very good health.”

  61. At 243 Pounds, Trump Tips the Scale Into Obesity U.S., February 14

    The president gained four pounds since last year, pushing his body mass index into the obese category, but the White House physician otherwise declared him in “very good health.”

  62. A Trump-Made Emergency Opinion, February 14

    The president decides that fulfilling a campaign promise is more important than respecting the separation of powers.

  63. Trump’s Tweets Do Not Bar Prosecutors From Seeking Death in Terror Case, Judge Rules New York, February 14

    A federal judge in Manhattan upheld the Justice Department’s decision to seek the death penalty for an accused terrorist, despite President Trump’s support for the idea on Twitter.

  64. The House Finally Acts on Yemen Opinion, February 14

    The Senate should quickly follow suit and end United States complicity in the humanitarian horrors there.

  65. The Real Problem With Trump’s National Emergency Plan Opinion, February 14

    The fact that the president may have the authority to throw away billions on a foolish campaign promise is itself scandalous.

  66. Donald and the Deflationists Opinion, February 14

    Why does Trump keep hiring hard-money hacks?

  67. Ilhan Omar Confronts Venezuela Envoy About Iran-Contra Affair and Human Rights Video, February 14

    Representative Ilhan Omar, a Minnesota Democrat, clashed with Elliott Abrams, a Trump administration official, over his role in foreign policy scandals in Central America decades ago.

  68. Why Ilhan Omar and Elliott Abrams Tangled Over U.S. Foreign Policy U.S., February 14

    At a tense hearing, Representative Omar and Mr. Abrams, a newly appointed Trump administration official, clashed over his role in the United States’ past support of brutal leaders abroad.

  69. The U.S.-Saudi Relationship Opinion, February 14

    A foreign policy expert says despite what President Trump says, the kingdom is not an ally.

  70. Does Fox Run the Country? Opinion, February 14

    A reader calls it a “sad day” when aides to the president need to ask Fox hosts not to criticize the president over the border wall.

  71. Blaming Political Climate, Trumps Give Up on New Hotels U.S., February 14

    The Trump Organization has shelved plans for two hotel lines that the president’s sons once cast as part of the vision for “the next generation” of the company.

  72. As Congress Passes Spending Bill, Trump Plans National Emergency to Build Border Wall U.S., February 14

    President Trump would proceed with plans to construct barriers on the southwestern border without legislative approval but keep the government open.

  73. Trump Is Making ‘Socialism’ Sound Pretty Good Opinion, February 14

    And in any case, Democrats are not planning to seize the means of production anytime soon.

  74. Felipe González: We Must Not Fail the Venezuelan People Opinion, February 14

    To restore democracy in the Latin American nation, foreign powers need to step aside and let the regional stakeholders resolve the crisis.

  75. In Mattis’s Shadow, Acting Pentagon Chief Tries to Reassure NATO Allies World, February 14

    Patrick Shanahan, the acting defense secretary, is not seen as a counterweight to President Trump’s distrust of alliances.

  76. Border Security, Foreign Aid and a Raise for Federal Workers: What You Need to Know About the Spending Package U.S., February 14

    Seven spending bills, including a sweeping border security package, passed through both chambers on Thursday, in time to avert a second shutdown.

  77. McCabe Says Justice Officials Discussed Recruiting Cabinet Members to Push Trump Out of Office U.S., February 14

    The president’s actions prompted Andrew G. McCabe to order the team digging into Russia’s election interference to investigate whether Mr. Trump had obstructed justice by firing James B. Comey.

  78. McCabe Says Justice Dept. Officials Had Discussions About Pushing Trump Out U.S., February 14

    The former deputy F.B.I. director, in a “60 Minutes” interview that will air fully on Sunday, said top department officials had considered recruiting cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment.

  79. Stephen Colbert Would Like to See the Government Do Something Arts, February 14

    The “Late Show” host has some questions: “Where’s the infrastructure bill? Where’s the immigration bill? Where’s the fix on health care?”

  80. When Judges Defy the Supreme Court Opinion, February 14

    The chief justice faces a time of great testing, both of himself and of the institution he heads, as the lower courts move rapidly even to his right.

  81. Trump Puts Best Face on Border Deal, as Aides Try to Assuage an Angry Right U.S., February 13

    It was arguably the most punishing defeat President Trump has experienced in office, and it left the White House scrounging for other ways to pay for a wall.

  82. Brock Long, FEMA Administrator, Resigns After Two Turbulent Years U.S., February 13

    Mr. Long was praised for the agency’s handling of Hurricane Harvey, but criticism over its Hurricane Maria response and his reported misuse of government vehicles shadowed him.

  83. Manafort Lied After Plea Deal, Judge Says U.S., February 13

    A federal judge found that President Trump’s former campaign chairman was untruthful about several topics, potentially leading to a longer sentence.

  84. Thomas Barrack, Trump Confidant, Apologizes for Remarks Defending Saudis Over Killing U.S., February 13

    Mr. Barrack had cited “atrocities” in the U.S. in response to a question about the murder of the Saudi dissident and journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

  85. Why Border Wall Talks Suddenly Became a Showdown Over ‘ICE Beds’ U.S., February 13

    Republicans and Democrats each claim the new budget proposal advances their immigration agendas. At issue: how much money the budget should provide for migrant detention.

  86. Confidence in the Economy Has Faded. Will It Rebound? Business, February 13

    The government shutdown and the stock market tumult in 2018 affected the outlook of business owners and consumers alike in January.

  87. House Votes to Halt Aid for Saudi Arabia’s War in Yemen U.S., February 13

    The vote, coming amid outrage over Jamal Khashoggi’s killing, was a rare move to curb presidential war powers. If the Senate passes the measure, President Trump would most likely issue his first veto.

  88. House Votes to Halt Aid for Saudi Arabia’s War in Yemen U.S., February 13

    The vote, coming amid outrage over Jamal Khashoggi’s killing, was a rare move to curb presidential war powers. If the Senate passes the measure, President Trump would most likely issue his first veto.

  89. Trump Says ‘a Shutdown Would Be a Terrible Thing’ Video, February 13

    President Trump said he doesn’t want another government shutdown. He also hinted that he has “options that most people don’t understand” to build his border wall without congressional approval.

  90. Why Pick Manafort? Opinion, February 13

    A reader raises a question derived from the Mueller investigation.

  91. Anti-Iran Message Seeps Into Trump Forum Billed as Focusing on Mideast Security World, February 13

    Some American allies are anxious about mixed signals and ad hoc arrangements for the gathering — the first of Middle East states, Europe and the United States in years.

  92. Trump Says He Does Not Want a Government Shutdown as He Moves Toward Embracing Border Deal U.S., February 13

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi, rallying Democrats ahead of a Thursday vote, encouraged Congress to back a border deal that includes $1.375 billion for border fencing.

  93. Trump, Inching Toward Border Security Deal, Says Shutdown Would Be ‘Terrible’ U.S., February 13

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Mitch McConnell encouraged their colleagues to support the bill as negotiators rushed to finish it in time before votes in the House and Senate.

  94. A Fence, Steel Slats or ‘Whatever You Want to Call It’: A Detailed Timeline of Trump’s Words About the Wall Interactive, February 13

    An analysis of the president’s word choices regarding the wall, what it’s made of and what its physical characteristics are.

  95. A Fence, Steel Slats or ‘Whatever You Want to Call It’: A Detailed Timeline of Trump’s Words About the Wall Interactive, February 13

    An analysis of the president’s word choices regarding the wall, what it’s made of and what its physical characteristics are.

  96. DealBook Briefing: Trump’s Shifting Trade Talk Deadline Business, February 13

    The president may let a March 2 deadline for reaching a trade agreement with China “slide for a little while” to reach a deal.

  97. The Political Magic of Us vs. Them Opinion, February 13

    Encouraging and exploiting division has worked for Trump, as far as his own electoral prospects are concerned. Can he keep it up?

  98. Trump Says South Korea Is Paying $500 Million More for U.S. Troops. The Deal Says Otherwise. World, February 13

    Contrary to President Trump’s comments, South Korea is increasing its contribution to defense costs by $70 million, American and South Korean officials said.

  99. Trump Says South Korea Is Paying $500 Million More for U.S. Troops. The Deal Says Otherwise. World, February 13

    Contrary to President Trump’s comments, South Korea is increasing its contribution to defense costs by $70 million, American and South Korean officials said.

  100. Trevor Noah Celebrates El Chapo’s Conviction, With a Caveat Arts, February 13

    Noah wondered whether the jurors who found the Mexican drug kingpin guilty would be safe.

  101. Smaller Tax Refunds Surprise Those Expecting More Relief Your Money, February 12

    Many early filers under President Trump’s tax plan are surprised that their refunds are smaller or that they owe the I.R.S., even as their tax burdens have declined.

  102. Trump Wants to Start a Fourth of July Parade Tradition Video, February 12

    President Trump brought up his plans for a “Salute to America” parade on the Fourth of July to his cabinet. Jim Mattis, then the defense secretary, rejected Mr. Trump’s attempt to have a military parade last year.

  103. Trump Enlists Interior Dept. in New Order for a Capital Parade U.S., February 12

    When: July 4. Where: Lincoln Monument. The president returns to his demand for a parade, this time carried out by the National Park Service instead of the Pentagon.

  104. Deal or No Deal, Mr. Trump? Opinion, February 12

    Congress all but dares the president to veto the latest budget agreement.

  105. Trump’s Payback for Payday Lenders Opinion, February 12

    The new head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is seeking to gut rules that protect Americans from a predatory industry.

  106. Trump Calls Rep. Ilhan Omar’s Apology ‘Lame’ Video, February 12

    President Trump rebuked Representative Ilhan Omar on Tuesday, saying, “Anti-Semitism has no place in the United States Congress.” Mr. Trump has been known to engage in Jewish stereotypes in the past.

  107. Trump, No Stranger to Jewish Stereotypes, Rejects Ilhan Omar’s Apology U.S., February 12

    President Trump was the latest in a parade of politicians to condemn Representative Ilhan Omar, but he has perpetuated certain stereotypes of Jews.

  108. Trump Tweeted a Photo of Iranian Protest. He Didn’t Ask the Journalist Who Took It. World, February 12

    Yalda Moayeri, a photojournalist from Iran, said that she felt “cheated and abused” when she saw that President Trump had used one of her images without permission.

  109. Barr Clears Key Hurdle for Confirmation as Attorney General U.S., February 12

    A procedural vote in the Senate shows that William P. Barr has enough support to be confirmed as head of the Justice Department later this week.

  110. Trump Pledged to End H.I.V. But His Policies Veer the Other Way. U.S., February 12

    President Trump’s State of the Union pledge to end the scourge of H.I.V. was welcomed by AIDS activists, but it contradicted two years of policies and proposals.

  111. Who Can Split-Screen Trump? Arts, February 12

    The Democratic race may be, in part, a shadow contest over who can steal the TV president’s spotlight.

  112. House Judiciary Committee Hires Trump Legal Critics for Investigations U.S., February 12

    Retaining two counsels of Norman L. Eisen and Barry H. Berke’s caliber is relatively unusual for a congressional panel, and underscores the legal and political jeopardy the president faces.

  113. Trump Says He Is ‘Not Happy’ With Border Deal but Does Not Say if He Will Sign It U.S., February 12

    President Trump said “I can’t say I’m happy” about a bipartisan border security agreement that does not fund his wall, but he does not think the government will shut down.

  114. Trump Is ‘Not Happy’ With Border Deal, but Doesn’t Say if He Will Sign It U.S., February 12

    The president, who said he would have to study the deal, all but ruled out another government shutdown and emphasized that he would find “other methods” to finance a border wall.

  115. Five Key Takeaways From the Tentative Deal on Border Security U.S., February 12

    Congressional negotiators have come up with a tentative deal to avert a government shutdown. Here are some key takeaways.

  116. The Government Shutdown Made the I.R.S. Even More Frustrating to Deal With Business, February 12

    Fewer taxpayer calls are being answered and wait times are longer, a new report finds.

  117. The Government Shutdown Made the I.R.S. Even More Frustrating Your Money, February 12

    Fewer taxpayer calls are being answered and wait times are longer, a new report finds.

  118. Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Makes Surprise Visit to Iraq World, February 12

    Patrick Shanahan is expected to firm up plans for the transfer of troops to Iraq from Syria, a quest complicated by President Trump’s suggestion the soldiers would be asked to monitor Iran.

  119. Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Makes Surprise Visit to Iraq World, February 12

    Patrick Shanahan is expected to firm up plans for the transfer of troops to Iraq from Syria, a quest complicated by President Trump’s suggestion the soldiers would be asked to monitor Iran.

  120. Trump Repeats False Claim About El Paso Crime, This Time in El Paso U.S., February 12

    At a rally in Texas, President Trump insisted that crime had fallen in El Paso because of a border wall. The data and the city’s Republican mayor disagree with him.

  121. BBC Camera Operator Is Attacked at Trump Rally U.S., February 12

    A supporter of President Trump “violently pushed and shoved” a cameraman during the president’s rally in El Paso on Monday, the broadcaster said.

  122. BBC Cameraman Is Attacked at Trump Rally U.S., February 12

    A supporter of President Trump “violently pushed and shoved” a camera operator during the president’s rally in El Paso on Monday, the broadcaster said.

  123. What’s Anti-Semitic? Opinion, February 12

    Criticisms of Israel? No, not necessarily. A congresswoman’s tweets? Yes.

  124. DealBook Briefing: Congress Might Just Keep the Government Open Business, February 12

    Democratic and Republican negotiators said last night that they have an “agreement in principle” on border security funding.

  125. No Texan Is a Match for Trump. Not Even Beto. Opinion, February 12

    In the land of tall tales, this president knows how to win a fight.

  126. When the President and His Intelligence Chiefs Clash, What Do We Report? Reader Center, February 12

    The “Worldwide Threat Assessment” requires intelligence chiefs to explain publicly what worries them — made more difficult when a finding goes against a president’s desired outcomes.

  127. The Bezos Story Is Big Opinion, February 12

    And it’s got a little bit of everything.

  128. Trevor Noah Says Northam’s ‘Racism Debt’ Might Be a Good Thing Arts, February 12

    Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia has the support of most black residents, according to a new poll, and Noah thinks he knows why.

  129. Top Leader at Interior Dept. Pushes a Policy Favoring His Former Client Climate, February 12

    David Bernhardt, the agency’s acting chief, wants to roll back endangered-species protections on a tiny fish, a change that benefits few outside a California group he once represented as a lobbyist.

  130. How Trump Has Hurt the Gun Lobby Opinion, February 11

    His presidency hasn’t been the boon for gun-rights supporters that they might have hoped.

  131. Negotiators Reach Deal ‘in Principle’ on Border Security to Avoid Shutdown U.S., February 11

    Lawmakers said they had reached the agreement after an impasse over the number of ICE detention beds had threatened to derail negotiations.

  132. With Shutdown Looming, Border Deal Is Reached ‘in Principle’ U.S., February 11

    Lawmakers said they had reached the agreement after an impasse over the number of ICE detention beds had threatened to derail negotiations.

  133. 40 Years After the Revolution Opinion, February 11

    The Iranian government collapsed on Feb. 11, 1979.

  134. Democrats, Debt and Double Standards Opinion, February 11

    Don’t let the deficit scolds scare you into thinking small.

  135. Cliff Sims, White House Tell-All Author, Sues Trump for Going After Him Over Book U.S., February 11

    Mr. Sims, a former White House communications aide, is alleging that the president used his campaign organization as a “cutout” to improperly punish former employees.

  136. Trump Takes Border Wall Fight to El Paso; Beto O’Rourke Fires Back U.S., February 11

    Dueling rallies by President Trump and Beto O’Rourke, a Democratic former congressman considering a 2020 presidential run, offered a vivid snapshot of the immigration debate.

  137. ‘Everyone Here Knows Trump Hates Brown People’ Opinion, February 11

    Instead of fanning fear, the president should listen to people on both sides of the border.

  138. Trump and the Joint Chiefs Opinion, February 11

    A Pentagon official says there has been no effect on command guidance after the president announced his nominee to be the next chairman.

  139. Trump’s Trail of Fears Opinion, February 11

    The president, channeling his hero Andrew Jackson, continues to champion a particularly virulent form of reactionary white majoritarianism.

  140. Trump and O’Rourke Face Off in Battle at the Border Over Wall U.S., February 11

    President Trump travels to El Paso today for a rally to win support for his call for a border wall. But this time, his potential rival in 2020, Beto O’Rourke, will be there to answer him.

  141. Dueling Rallies in Texas for Trump and O’Rourke U.S., February 11

    President Trump travels to El Paso today for a rally to win support for his call for a border wall. But this time, his potential rival in 2020, Beto O’Rourke, will be there to answer him.

  142. For Iran, a Grand Occasion to Bash the U.S. World, February 11

    While celebrating 40 years of revolution, Iran’s president decried “a psychological and economical war, waged by cruel enemies,” namely President Trump.

  143. The Case Against ‘Border Security’ Opinion, February 11

    Voters want more open borders, not a ‘smart wall.’ Democrats should listen.

  144. DealBook Briefing: Brace for Another Government Shutdown Business, February 11

    Bipartisan negotiations to forge a border security deal broke down yesterday, potentially setting up the federal government for another shutdown.

  145. Cuomo’s Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Level in 8 Years as Governor New York, February 11

    Only 43 percent of those polled by Siena College reported having a favorable view of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, down from 51 percent last month.

  146. Iraq Rebuffs U.S. Demands to Stop Buying Energy From Iran U.S., February 11

    The push by American officials to get Iraq to comply with Iran sanctions could lead to more mass protests and political instability in the electricity-starved country.

  147. Trump Pushes Iraq to Stop Buying Energy From Iran U.S., February 11

    The push by American officials to get Iraq to comply with Iran sanctions could lead to more mass protests and political instability in the electricity-starved country.

  148. California Is Expected to Pull National Guard Troops Out of Border Duty U.S., February 11

    Troops deployed last year at President Trump’s request will now help combat drug gangs and fight wildfires instead, under an order Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to sign on Monday.

  149. California Governor Announces Withdrawal of National Guard Troops From Border Duty U.S., February 11

    Troops deployed last year at President Trump’s request will now help combat drug gangs and fight wildfires instead, under an order expected to be signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

  150. Trump to Sign Executive Order Promoting Artificial Intelligence Business, February 11

    But the order does not set aside additional funds for A.I. development, and officials provided few details on how it will track the progress of its new policies.