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  1. Pentagon Now Says 50 U.S. Troops Sustained Brain Injuries in Iran Strike U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump last week dismissed the symptoms as “headaches.”

  2. For John Bolton, an ‘Upside-Down World’ After Trump Revelation U.S., Yesterday

    Democrats who once derided him now want him to testify at President Trump’s impeachment trial while some of his erstwhile Republican friends are throwing him to the curb.

  3. Day 7 of Trump’s Trial: The Defense Rests Opinion, Yesterday

    No further witnesses, Your Honor.

  4. At Rally, Trump Praises Van Drew for Leaving ‘Deranged’ Democratic Party U.S., Yesterday

    The president traveled to Wildwood, N.J., to return a political favor for a former moderate Democrat who last month switched parties and pledged his “undying support.”

  5. A Muted Arab Response to Trump's Mideast Peace Plan World, Yesterday

    The U.S. is banking on Arab leaders to help make its plan for ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict work. It is not clear how realistic that is.

  6. ¿Qué significa el testimonio de John Bolton para Donald Trump? en Español, Yesterday

    El presidente de Estados Unidos ha sobrevivido a varios escándalos en los últimos tres años; ahora quizás enfrenta la revelación más seria de su presidencia.

  7. A Deal That Has Two Elections, Rather Than Mideast Peace, as Its Focus World, Yesterday

    The Israeli-Palestinian peace plan unveiled by President Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sounds more like a road map for their own futures than for the Middle East.

  8. Is Trump Bibi’s Chump? Opinion, Yesterday

    The president needs to demand a commitment so he doesn’t get played.

  9. On the Day Democrats Vote in Iowa, Trump Plans to Flood the Zone U.S., Yesterday

    Roughly 80 members of Congress, cabinet secretaries and administration officials will descend on the state to drive voter enthusiasm and make a show of force.

  10. Ordinary or ‘Enemy’? How Jay Powell Is Positioning the Fed in a Fraught Era Business, Yesterday

    Jerome H. Powell is a pragmatist, and one who is quietly insulating an embattled Federal Reserve often in President Trump’s cross hairs.

  11. Bolton Book Puts New Focus on Trump’s Actions in Turkey and China Cases U.S., Yesterday

    Interventions in Justice Department proceedings draw scrutiny after the former national security adviser raised concerns about the president’s embrace of authoritarian leaders.

  12. Bolton Book Puts New Focus on Trump’s Actions in Turkey and China Cases U.S., Yesterday

    Interventions in Justice Department proceedings draw scrutiny after the former national security adviser raised concerns about the president’s embrace of authoritarian leaders.

  13. Trump’s Defense Team Discounts Bolton as Republicans Work to Hold Off Witnesses U.S., Yesterday

    The president’s legal team completed its impeachment defense and Republicans huddled to discuss whether to call new witnesses.

  14. For Senator Kelly Loeffler, Impeachment Is an Early Proving Ground U.S., Yesterday

    The Georgia Republican was sworn in as the Senate’s newest member just in time to sit for the impeachment trial against President Trump.

  15. Trump Plan’s First Result: Israel Will Claim Sovereignty Over Part of West Bank World, Yesterday

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his government would effectively annex nearly a third of the occupied West Bank, with U.S. approval.

  16. Will There Be Witnesses? Awaiting a Senate Vote Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers discuss whether enough Republicans will defy their leadership and vote to hear from John Bolton. Also: The New York Civil Liberties Union, on bail reform.

  17. Anyone but Trump … and Warren or Sanders? Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers react to Bret Stephens’s argument that the Democrats’ far-left candidates are as “reckless” as the president, leaving “none of the above” as a viable option.

  18. Trump Releases Mideast Peace Plan That Strongly Favors Israel World, Yesterday

    The plan would discard the longtime goal of granting the Palestinians a full-fledged state. President Trump called it “a win-win” for both sides; Palestinian leaders immediately rejected it.

  19. Impeachment Trial Highlights: Trump’s Lawyers Confront Bolton Allegations and Conclude Defense U.S., Yesterday

    The president’s lawyer spoke about the damage wrought by partisanship in a final appeal to the closely divided Senate to acquit Mr. Trump.

  20. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Invisible) Opinion, Yesterday

    A Trump loyalist who doesn’t want to admit it.

  21. Britain Defies Trump Plea to Ban Huawei From 5G Network Technology, Yesterday

    The move shows how an American effort against the Chinese wireless equipment company has stumbled.

  22. What John Bolton Knows Podcasts, Yesterday

    Details in a coming book by the former national security adviser are threatening to derail Republican senators’ plans for a speedy acquittal.

  23. Modi Prepares to Welcome Trump to India World, Yesterday

    The February visit would be a welcome distraction for both nationalistic leaders, who face deepening political troubles at home.

  24. Framing the Impeachment Case: An Inside Look at Opposing Legal Teams U.S., Yesterday

    In their own words, here is how the House managers and President Trump’s defense team view impeachment.

  25. Trump’s N.J. Rally: Frigid Wait Is Worth It for President’s Fans New York, Yesterday

    President Trump arrived Tuesday to hold a rally in the state — his first there since taking office — where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans by a million voters.

  26. Always Look on the Bright Side of Impeachment Opinion, Yesterday

    Not to mention the Democratic presidential race. It can be done, if you put your mind to it.

  27. Why Trump’s Lawyers Should Talk Like Lawyers Opinion, Yesterday

    Their rhetorical choices have grave implications for the meaning of the acquittal the president is likely to receive.

  28. What to Watch For in Trump’s Impeachment Trial on Tuesday U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump’s legal team will complete oral arguments as negotiations accelerate over whether to include witnesses in the trial.

  29. A Primary From the Right? Not in Trump’s G.O.P. U.S., Yesterday

    With Republicans now unified, it is difficult to find a district where a challenger can credibly claim that the incumbent has been insufficiently supportive of the president.

  30. Is a Good-Enough Candidacy Good Enough for Joe Biden? Magazine, Yesterday

    He doesn’t want a revolution. He doesn’t have a movement. He could still win this thing.

  31. The Many Polarizations of America Opinion, Yesterday

    Three new books cover the different ways and reasons that we’ve ended up divided.

  32. The Method in John Bolton’s Madness Opinion, Yesterday

    Why wait until now to release damning information about Trump? It’s complicated.

  33. Why America’s Political Divisions Will Only Get Worse Books, Yesterday

    Ezra Klein’s “Why We’re Polarized” seeks to explain what has changed in our electoral politics and why our differences are so hard to overcome.

  34. Late Night Links John Bolton’s Moral Courage and His Projected Book Sales Arts, Yesterday

    James Corden said Bolton, the former national security adviser, proves that Republicans can go against their party “as long as it’s perfectly timed with the release of a book.”

  35. Trump Impeachment Trial Highlights: Defense Sidesteps Bolton Revelations Video, January 27

    President Trump’s lawyers played down details from John R. Bolton, the former national security adviser, about why the president froze aid to Ukraine.

  36. Bolton Was Concerned That Trump Did Favors for Autocratic Leaders, Book Says U.S., January 27

    The former national security adviser shared his unease with the attorney general, who cited his own worries about the president’s conversations with the leaders of Turkey and China.

  37. Doug Collins, Trump Ally, Is Expected to Run for Senate in Georgia U.S., January 27

    Mr. Collins plans to challenge a fellow Republican, Senator Kelly Loeffler, in this fall’s special election for one of Georgia’s Senate seats.

  38. State Dept. Will Not Allow NPR Reporter on Pompeo’s Plane Following Interview U.S., January 27

    Diplomatic correspondents said the move appeared to retaliate against NPR for an interview that pressed Mr. Pompeo on his role in the Trump administration’s shadow foreign policy in Ukraine.

  39. State Dept. Will Not Allow NPR Reporter on Pompeo’s Plane Following Interview U.S., January 27

    Diplomatic correspondents said the move appeared to retaliate against NPR for an interview that pressed Mr. Pompeo on his role in the Trump administration’s shadow foreign policy in Ukraine.

  40. Gantz Makes the Best of Being a Third Wheel at the White House U.S., January 27

    In an unusual diplomatic moment, President Trump met with both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and his challenger, Benny Gantz, on the eve of releasing a Middle East peace plan.

  41. ‘It’s a Done Deal’ U.S., January 27

    Iowa caucusgoers aren’t just asking about the one issue that’s dominating the headlines.

  42. Day 6 of Trump’s Trial: The ‘Deny Everything’ Defense Opinion, January 27

    Ken Starr — yes, Ken Starr — wonders how America has arrived at the “age of impeachment.”

  43. How Many Republican Votes Are Needed to Subpoena Bolton? 4, 3 or None? U.S., January 27

    Scant precedent and gaps in written procedures make the rules for calling witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial debatable.

  44. Juicio político a Donald Trump: un nuevo libro que podría complicarlo en Español, January 27

    El manuscrito del libro de John Bolton, exasesor de seguridad nacional de la Casa Blanca, tiene revelaciones que podrían implicar al presidente de Estados Unidos.

  45. Greta Versus the Greedy Grifters Opinion, January 27

    Why a 17-year-old is a better economist than Steve Mnuchin.

  46. Pettifogging, Three Amigos and ‘Head on a Pike’: A Trump Impeachment Glossary U.S., January 27

    A guide to the terms and phrases used in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump.

  47. Surprise, Mr. President. John Bolton Has the Goods. Opinion, January 27

    Who’s telling the truth about Ukraine? There’s one way to find out.

  48. The Push for Witnesses at the Impeachment Trial Opinion, January 27

    Readers discuss John Bolton’s book, the chief justice’s ability to insist on witnesses, Adam Schiff’s “head on a pike” comment, Lev Parnas and more.

  49. Supreme Court Allows Trump’s Wealth Test for Green Cards U.S., January 27

    The new policy revised the so-called public charge rule, making immigrants ineligible for permanent legal status if they use public benefits like Medicaid and food stamps.

  50. Paula White Says Video About ‘Satanic Pregnancies’ Was Taken Out of Context U.S., January 27

    Ms. White, who recently joined the Trump administration as a religious adviser, said her remarks referred to a Bible passage.

  51. Paula White Says Video About ‘Satanic Pregnancies’ Was Taken Out of Context U.S., January 27

    Ms. White, who recently joined the Trump administration as a religious adviser, said her remarks referred to a Bible passage.

  52. Trump Expands Steel Tariffs, Saying They Are Short of Aim Business, January 27

    The president plans tariffs on metal items like nails and cables after his earlier move raised the cost of making those products in the United States.

  53. Trump Meets With Netanyahu and His Rival on Eve of Releasing Peace Plan World, January 27

    The president predicted Palestinians would support the plan, a claim dismissed by experts, who see it as heavily favoring Israel.

  54. Don’t Be Confused by Trump’s Defense. What He Is Accused of Are Crimes. Opinion, January 27

    Abuse of power and obstruction of Congress have long been considered criminal and merit impeachment.

  55. Bloomberg Is Taunting Trump, and Trump Is Taking the Bait U.S., January 27

    Once acquaintances as members of the wealthy Manhattan elite, Michael Bloomberg and President Trump have become bitter rivals. And a flurry of Bloomberg attack ads is angering the president.

  56. John Bolton’s Account Upends Trump’s Denials, but Will It Upend Trump? U.S., January 27

    A president who has survived one revelation after another the last three years now faces perhaps the most serious disclosure of his political career at the very moment he is on trial in the Senate.

  57. John Bolton’s Account Upends Trump’s Denials, but Will It Upend Trump? U.S., January 27

    A president who has survived one revelation after another the last three years now faces perhaps the most serious disclosure of his political career at the very moment he is on trial in the Senate.

  58. In Crucial Pennsylvania, Democrats Worry a Fracking Ban Could Sink Them U.S., January 27

    The fracking ban pushed by Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders  epitomizes a Democratic quandary: Appeal to swing voters or energize a liberal movement?

  59. This Question Is More Important Than Removing Trump Opinion, January 27

    Can a sitting president block witnesses at his own impeachment trial?

  60. John Roberts Can Call Witnesses to Trump’s Trial. Will He? Opinion, January 27

    Democratic House managers should ask the chief justice to issue subpoenas for John Bolton and others.

  61. Recording Shows That the Swamp Has Not Been Drained U.S., January 26

    The recording of a dinner President Trump held with big-dollar donors in 2018 demonstrates just how alive and well special-interest access and influence remains in Washington.

  62. America, the Idea, Is Lost Opinion, January 26

    The Senate is poised to deliver another blow to voter confidence in our system.

  63. 5 Takeaways on Trump and Ukraine From John Bolton’s Book U.S., January 26

    New revelations from the former White House national security adviser could complicate President Trump’s impeachment trial.

  64. 6 Revelatory Moments From the Video of Trump’s Private Donor Dinner U.S., January 26

    The video of the 2018 event made headlines for capturing conversations now tied to the impeachment inquiry. But it also showed remarkable exchanges that weren’t about Ukraine.

  65. Trump Tied Ukraine Aid to Inquiries He Sought, Bolton Book Says U.S., January 26

    Drafts of the book outline the potential testimony of the former national security adviser if he were called as a witness in the president’s impeachment trial.

  66. Site That Ran Anti-Semitic Remarks Got Passes for Trump Trip Business, January 26

    The White House granted TruNews, a right-wing Christian site, press credentials for the president’s Davos trip after its founder’s remarks calling impeachment a “Jew coup.”

  67. In Impeachment Trial, Geography Dictates Politics U.S., January 26

    Republicans want to cast President Trump’s impeachment as a narrow argument over aid to Ukraine. Democrats want to describe it as part of a broader struggle with Russia.

  68. Before Trump Rally in N.J., Justice Dept. Joins Local Immigration Case New York, January 26

    The localities that filed the lawsuit are in the district of Representative Jeff Van Drew, who just switched parties and pledged support for President Trump.

  69. Trump’s Mideast Plan Is Seen Mainly as an Election Lift for Netanyahu World, January 26

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel returns this week to the White House, where President Trump is expected to lay out the details of a plan that is three years in the making.

  70. Schiff, Calling Trump ‘Wrathful and Vindictive,’ Sees Tweet as a Threat U.S., January 26

    In an extraordinary back-and-forth between a president and a congressman, President Trump warned that Representative Adam Schiff, the lead House impeachment manager, “has not paid the price, yet.”

  71. Reporters Face New Threats From the Governments They Cover Opinion, January 26

    The cases against Julian Assange and Glenn Greenwald may be models for a crackdown.

  72. Full Recording: Trump’s 2018 Dinner With Donors Video, January 25

    At a 2018 dinner with donors, President Trump discussed a variety of topics, including golf, trade and politics.

  73. Pompeo Denounces News Media, Undermining U.S. Message on Press Freedom U.S., January 25

    In an extraordinary statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized a veteran NPR reporter, Mary Louise Kelly, and said the news media was “unhinged.”

  74. Pompeo Denounces News Media, Undermining U.S. Message on Press Freedom U.S., January 25

    In an extraordinary statement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticized a veteran NPR reporter, Mary Louise Kelly, and said the news media was “unhinged.”

  75. Tape Made Public of Trump Discussing Ukraine With Donors U.S., January 25

    The recording from a dinner in 2018 showed that the president spent an hour with two key players in the Ukraine pressure campaign. He has repeatedly said he does not know them.

  76. Trump Calls for Ambassador’s Firing in Recording Video, January 25

    President Trump called for the removal of Marie L. Yovanovitch as the United States ambassador to Ukraine, a 2018 recording of a conversation between the president, Lev Parnas and others shows.

  77. Day 5 of Trump’s Trial: The Defense Opens Opinion, January 25

    The White House counsel, Pat Cipollone, promised to make quick work of the House managers’ case against the president.

  78. Cities Prepare for the Worst as Trump’s Food Stamp Cuts Near U.S., January 25

    Cuyahoga County, Ohio, has used a waiver for years to avoid certain work requirements for many of its food-stamp recipients. Under new rules, that is about to end.

  79. Of All Trump’s Defenses, This Is the Lamest Opinion, January 25

    Only the voters can send the president packing? That’s a joke.

  80. What if It Were Obama on Trial? Opinion, January 25

    Consider Trump’s impeachment from some other angles.

  81. Trump’s Best Defense Opinion, January 25

    It’s that he wants to be L.B.J., not Mussolini. (But that’s still a problem.)

  82. Trump’s Best Defense Opinion, January 25

    It’s that he wants to be L.B.J., not Mussolini. (But that’s still a problem.)

  83. Trump’s Best Defense Opinion, January 25

    It’s that he wants to be L.B.J., not Mussolini. (But that’s still a problem.)

  84. Trump Team, Opening Defense, Accuses Democrats of Plot to Subvert Election U.S., January 25

    President Trump’s lawyers argued against his removal in the Senate impeachment trial, saying Democrats are “asking you to tear up all of the ballots” by convicting him of high crimes and misdemeanors.

  85. Lamar Alexander, Set to Leave Office, Is G.O.P. Wild Card on Witnesses U.S., January 25

    The Tennessee Republican was a protege of Senator Howard H. Baker Jr., another Republican from Tennessee, who turned against Richard Nixon. Now Mr. Alexander may hold the fate of President Trump in his hands.

  86. Trump Impeachment: Highlights of Saturday’s Trial U.S., January 25

    After a three-day presentation from House Democrats, President Trump’s lawyers took the stage in a short Saturday session to begin arguing against his removal. Here were the highlights.

  87. Notorious D.J.T. on Trial Opinion, January 25

    Fidget spinners and spinning Republicans make the best of a bad case for Donald John Trump.

  88. Could Trump Muzzle John Bolton? The Limits of Executive Privilege, Explained U.S., January 25

    If senators vote to subpoena testimony for the impeachment trial, the president may not be able to block or delay a willing witness.

  89. ‘There Are Too Many Minefields’: Readers on Swiping and Dating in the Trump Era Reader Center, January 25

    More than 200 people told us about their political deal breakers, the subtle profile clues they look for and their connections across the aisle.

  90. What to Watch For in Trump’s Impeachment Trial on Saturday U.S., January 25

    House impeachment managers will step back as the president’s legal team fires its first salvo.

  91. Sanders Seizes Lead in Volatile Iowa Race, Times Poll Finds U.S., January 25

    With solid support from liberals, Mr. Sanders appears to be peaking just as the caucuses approach. But many Iowa voters said they could still change their mind.

  92. Sanders, Biden, Clinton? This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., January 25

    Paying attention to the impeachment trial this week? Us too. But here are 7 things that happened on the campaign trail you may have missed.

  93. Pompeo Lashes Out at Reporter and Challenges Her to Find Ukraine on a Map U.S., January 24

    “He shouted at me for about the same amount of time as the interview itself had lasted,” said Mary Louise Kelly of NPR.

  94. ‘He Is a Dictator’: Democrats Finish Opening Arguments Video, January 24

    The House impeachment managers completed their opening arguments in the Senate trial of President Trump.

  95. Branding Trump a Danger, Democrats Cap the Case for His Removal U.S., January 24

    On the final day of their oral arguments, House impeachment managers called President Trump a danger to the nation.

  96. Trump Tries to Upstage Drama in the Senate With His Own Programming U.S., January 24

    While Democrats and Republicans debate whether he should be convicted and removed from office, the president has offered up an alternative menu of events and priorities.

  97. Emotional Schiff Speech Goes Viral, Delighting the Left and Enraging the Right U.S., January 24

    Representative Adam B. Schiff took a risk in telling senators they must convict and remove President Trump because “you know you can't trust this president to do what's right for this country.”

  98. In Limelight Again, Key Impeachment Witnesses Still Experience a Divided Response U.S., January 24

    Some have been cheered again by admirers while others are drawing a new round of insults and invective from supporters of Mr. Trump — and even from the president himself.

  99. My Piece of the American Id Opinion, January 24

    Does equality in the age of Trump mean I can be irrationally angry, too?

  100. Day 4 of Trump’s Trial: The Case for Obstruction Opinion, January 24

    The House managers rest their case. For now.

  101. Few G.O.P. Senators Display Any Hint of Being Swayed by Democrats’ Arguments U.S., January 24

    While the Senate verdict on impeachment could come soon, the public judgment will not be rendered until November.

  102. Anyone but Trump? Not So Fast Opinion, January 24

    Let’s not exchange one reckless president for another.

  103. U.S. Cracks Down on Counterfeits in a Warning Shot to China U.S., January 24

    The Trump administration is stepping up searches and squeezing online sellers like Amazon to make sure Beijing is sticking to a partial trade deal.

  104. Lev Parnas Says He Has Recording of Trump Calling for Ambassador’s Firing U.S., January 24

    The former associate of Rudolph W. Giuliani said through his lawyer that he had given the recording to the House Intelligence Committee for use in the impeachment inquiry.

  105. Citing ambassador’s ouster, Schiff challenges G.O.P. senators U.S., January 24

    The comments came hours after the secretary of state refused to respond to questions about the ire that his refusal to defend Ms. Yovanovitch had prompted among career diplomats.

  106. Trump May Skip Debates, or Seek New Host, if Process Isn’t ‘Fair’ U.S., January 24

    The nonprofit Commission on Presidential Debates has sponsored every general election debate since 1988, but the Trump campaign has raised concerns about its 2020 events.

  107. Scandalize! Minimize! Repeat as Necessary Opinion, January 24

    Right-wing media have been laying the groundwork for Trump’s acquittal for half a century.

  108. Lawmakers say repetition puts facts into context. U.S., January 24

    They are repeating the same facts again and again in service of their argument about the president’s obstruction of Congress.

  109. Pence’s Trip Lets Him Change the Topic, but Impeachment Intrudes World, January 24

    The vice president’s trip to Israel and Italy gave him ample opportunities to counterprogram the news back home. But impeachment is a hard topic to outrun.

  110. The Opening Arguments Marathon at the Impeachment Trial Opinion, January 24

    Readers’ feelings range from “restored hope” to fear of “overload.”

  111. Ivanka Trump, Pretending to Help Women Opinion, January 24

    The Population Connection Action Fund says her project distracts from the anti-woman agenda of the Trump administration.

  112. Trump Administration Threatens California Over Abortion Health, January 24

    If the state doesn’t stop requiring private insurers to cover abortions, the administration said it will cut off federal funding for certain health programs.

  113. 34 Troops Have Brain Injuries From Iranian Missile Strike, Pentagon Says World, January 24

    A Pentagon spokesman said that eight of the affected service members returned to the United States from an American military hospital in Germany.

  114. Pompeo plans to meet with Zelensky next week. U.S., January 24

    It will be the first meeting between a member of President Trump’s cabinet and Ukraine’s leader since the impeachment inquiry against Mr. Trump began in the fall.

  115. Trump Tells Anti-Abortion Marchers, ‘Unborn Children Have Never Had a Stronger Defender in the White House’ U.S., January 24

    Mr. Trump was the first sitting president to speak in person at the annual March for Life.

  116. The witness at the top of Democrats’ list isn’t Bolton. U.S., January 24

    Senate Democrats and the House impeachment managers privately say they are more interested in Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff.

  117. Schiff’s closing argument resonates on Twitter. U.S., January 24

    By Friday morning, the phrase #RightMatters — from the last line of Adam Schiff’s closing speech on Thursday — was eliciting reaction on Twitter from across the philosophical spectrum.

  118. E.P.A. Is Letting Cities Dump More Raw Sewage Into Rivers for Years to Come Climate, January 24

    The agency is allowing cities to delay or otherwise change federally imposed fixes to their sewer systems. 

  119. U.S. Refuses Extradition in Fatal Crash, Prompting Anger in U.K. World, January 24

    The British police accuse an American woman of driving on the wrong side of the road in an accident that killed a teenage motorcyclist. The State Department says she had diplomatic immunity.

  120. Greta Thunberg Joins Climate March on Her Last Day in Davos World, January 24

    Ms. Thunberg, who has been rebuking world leaders for inaction on climate change, said she was not deterred by critics who called her concerns overblown.

  121. The Darkness Where the Future Should Be Opinion, January 24

    What happens to a society that loses its capacity for awe and wonder at things to come?

  122. What to Watch For in Trump’s Impeachment Trial on Friday U.S., January 24

    The conclusion of the House managers’ formal arguments and a look at how long the trial could go.

  123. What to Watch For in Trump’s Impeachment Trial on Friday U.S., January 24

    The conclusion of the House managers’ formal arguments and a look at how long the trial could go.

  124. A Watchful Eye on Threats That Could Alter the Election Reader Center, January 24

    Our cybersecurity reporter answers questions about hackers, Burisma and vulnerabilities in November.

  125. Stephen Colbert Creates an Activity Book for Bored Senators Arts, January 24

    Colbert said his book, “101 Fun Things to Do in the Senate Other Than Pay Attention to Impeachment,” would help distract lawmakers during the long sessions.

  126. Vice Officers Fired Over Stormy Daniels’s 2018 Arrest at Ohio Strip Club U.S., January 24

    The misdemeanor charges of illegal sexually oriented activity were dropped within 24 hours after the pornographic film actress was arrested in 2018.

  127. Schiff ends the day with a fiery push for Trump’s removal. U.S., January 23

    His speech jolted the sleepy Senate to attention as he argued more explicitly than ever before for President Trump’s removal from office.

  128. Libyan Militant Is Sentenced to 19 Years in Deadly Benghazi Attacks U.S., January 23

    Four Americans were killed during the 2012 siege on the United States diplomatic mission and a C.I.A. annex.

  129. Now Testifying for the Prosecution: President Trump U.S., January 23

    Barred so far from presenting witnesses, the House managers prosecuting the president have focused on turning his own words against him.

  130. Democrats Seek to Pre-empt Trump’s Defense in Impeachment Trial U.S., January 23

    The House impeachment managers sought to undercut the central elements of President Trump’s defense, wading into a detailed defense of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  131. Day 3 of Mr. Trump’s Trial: The Legal Seminar Opinion, January 23

    The House managers walked the Senate jury through the constitutional and historical basis for the president’s impeachment.

  132. Graham encourages Trump not to attend the Senate trial. U.S., January 23

    Mr. Graham told reporters that the president was “having the reaction that a normal person would have if they thought they were being accused of something they didn’t do.”

  133. Graham says he’ll resist calls for the Bidens to testify. U.S., January 23

    The senator quickly shot down the idea that President Trump should attend the trial, a possibility the president floated this week.

  134. Trump Tries to Walk Back Entitlement Comments as Democrats Pounce U.S., January 23

    A day after President Trump suggested he was open to cutting entitlement programs in a second term, he insisted he would protect Social Security.

  135. Justice Dept. Says Facts Did Not Justify Continued Wiretap of Trump Aide U.S., January 23

    The revelation was the latest to underscore the flaws in the F.B.I.’s surveillance of Carter Page.

  136. Jeffries cracks a rare joke, adding a moment of levity. U.S., January 23

    The lawmaker shared a story about running into a fellow New Yorker who asked if he had heard the latest outrage.

  137. In Defense of Donald Trump Opinion, January 23

    Legal experts examine the strongest and weakest points of his case.

  138. Democrats seek to poke holes in Trump’s expected defense. U.S., January 23

    Taken together, the presentations by the House managers were meant as a shield against what they expect is coming,

  139. Pelosi keeps a tight grip on impeachment. U.S., January 23

    Even as she traveled through Poland and Israel, she had her hand firmly on the tiller of the prosecution of the president.

  140. Seeing a Bloomberg Ad on Fox News, Trump Takes the Bait U.S., January 23

    The president’s advisers have urged him not to pay attention to the low-polling Democratic presidential candidate. But as Michael Bloomberg poured cash into attack ads, he became harder to ignore.

  141. A 3-D Tour of How the Senate Was Transformed for the Impeachment Trial Interactive, January 23

    An immersive diagram of the storied chamber where President Trump’s trial is taking place — including what you won't see in photos.

  142. Galleries draw visitors eager to watch the trial unfold. U.S., January 23

    Almost 200 people listened quietly as the House managers presented their case.

  143. House managers use Trump’s words as evidence. U.S., January 23

    At several points, the lawmakers have used video clips of President Trump as evidence of his motives in pressuring Ukraine for investigations into the Bidens.

  144. Alan Dershowitz: Why I’m Defending Trump Opinion, January 23

    The lawyer explains why he now believes that a crime is required for impeachment.

  145. Trump Is Abusing His Tariff Power, Too Opinion, January 23

    More contempt for the rule of law.

  146. Adam Schiff’s Case for Conviction: A ‘Tour de Force’ Opinion, January 23

    Readers praise his eloquence. One even muses, Mr. Schiff for president?

  147. Trump Impeachment: Highlights From Thursday’s Senate Trial U.S., January 23

    House impeachment managers continue to make their case that President Trump abused the power of his office. Here are some of the highlights.

  148. Even From Half a World Away, Pelosi Keeps a Tight Grip on Impeachment U.S., January 23

    The House speaker has closely managed President Trump’s impeachment from the beginning. She is not letting up during his Senate trial.

  149. Afghanistan Is Ready for Major U.S. Troop Reduction, Ghani Says World, January 23

    The Afghan leader said he had told President Trump that the United States could withdraw a third of its troops, even as a peace deal with Taliban remains elusive.

  150. Trump Moves to Block Visas for Pregnant Women on ‘Birth Tourism’ U.S., January 23

    The Trump administration grants visa officers more power to block pregnant women from visiting the United States if applicants are believed to be traveling to give birth.