1. Trump’s Paradigm of the Personal Opinion, Today

    He confuses the way he thinks he is treated with the well-being of the country.

  2. Rule 1 at the G7 Meeting? Don’t Get You-Know-Who Mad World, Today

    Determined not to rouse President Trump’s well-known temper, Group of 7 leaders registered their policy differences in the most flattering of tones.

  3. Business Groups Warn of Peril as Trump’s Trade War Spirals Business, Today

    After the latest escalation, a wide array of business leaders raised the alarm on the likely costs for workers and consumers.

  4. The Shallow Cynicism of ‘Everything Is Rigged’ Opinion, Today

    Why do the president and many of his opponents act as though American political life is just another film noir?

  5. Three-Ring White House Opinion, Today

    Don’t you love farce?

  6. Trump Offers Contradictory Signals on China Trade War World, Today

    After initially said that he was having “second thoughts” about a new levies on Chinese goods, Mr. Trump said he only regretted not raising tariffs faster.

  7. Trump’s Signature New York Hotel and the Art of the Compromise U.S., Today

    Facing demands to change the name of the Trump International Hotel and Tower, the president’s business is considering signage that would elevate its Central Park West address.

  8. Trump Faces a Stubborn Opponent in Fed’s Economic Experts Business, Today

    As the president attacks the Federal Reserve, policymakers are looking the other way — and closing ranks around the Fed chair, Jerome H. Powell.

  9. Iranian Official Makes Surprise Appearance on Sidelines of G7 Summit World, Today

    At the invitation of France, Iran’s foreign minister flew to Biarritz and met with European officials. But he had no plans to sit down with American officials.

  10. Trump Allies Target Journalists Over Coverage Deemed Hostile to White House U.S., Today

    A loose network of conservatives says it has dossiers of offensive social media posts and other problematic public statements by hundreds of journalists.

  11. Johnson Walks Tightrope at G7, as Trump Pledges ‘Very Big Trade Deal’ for U.K. World, Today

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson responded cautiously, saying that reaching a trade agreement “may take some time” and would require compromises from Washington.

  12. Joe Walsh Confirms He Will Challenge Trump for Republican Nomination U.S., Today

    Calling Mr. Trump ‘completely unfit,’ Mr. Walsh, a conservative radio host, will adopt a television-centric strategy to try to rattle a media-obsessed president.

  13. G7 Live Updates: Trump Sends Mixed Signals on China World, Today

    President Trump, at the G7 summit in Biarritz, France, once again caught off guard allies who disagree with him on trade tariffs, global warming, Russia and China.

  14. Trump Aides Slam French for Focusing on ‘Niche Issues’ at G7 U.S., Yesterday

    The orchestrated message underscored the deep rift between President Trump and his counterparts. But Mr. Trump, who tweeted about New York subways, was also focused elsewhere.

  15. Mazel Tov, Trump. You’ve Revived the Jewish Left. Opinion, Yesterday

    ‘Only one political party is quite literally inciting white nationalists to shoot up our synagogues.’

  16. Trade Turmoil Gives Democrats an Opening to Hit Trump on Economy U.S., Yesterday

    Democratic candidates have taken a calibrated approach to talking about the economy, but the trade war with China provides a potent new line of attack.

  17. Trump Ordered U.S. Companies to Leave China. Is That Possible? Business, Yesterday

    The country offers irresistible convenience and a huge domestic market. Still, slowly but surely, some companies are cutting ties.

  18. Los directores ejecutivos seguro le temen a una recesión: podría causar una revolución en Español, Yesterday

    Los titanes económicos de Estados Unidos quieren que sepas que de verdad les importas. Más te vale no creerles.

  19. Trump Asserts He Can Force U.S. Companies to Leave China World, Yesterday

    The president cited a national security law from 1977 that has never before been used to cut economic ties with a major power in a trade dispute.

  20. One Crazy Day Showed How Political Chaos Threatens the World Economy The Upshot, Yesterday

    An escalating trade war and unpredictable policy shifts. Also, tweets.

  21. One Crazy Day Showed How Political Chaos Threatens the World Economy The Upshot, Yesterday

    An escalating trade war and unpredictable policy shifts. Also, tweets.

  22. With the Economy on Edge, Trump Sees Only Enemies Opinion, August 23

    But where are the solutions?

  23. A Gyrating Economy, and Trump’s Volatile Approach to It, Raise Alarms U.S., August 23

    Mr. Trump’s wild pronouncements on Friday renewed questions about his stewardship of the world’s largest economy even as he escalated a trade war with China before heading to France for the G7 summit.

  24. How David Koch and His Brother Shaped American Politics U.S., August 23

    The billionaire, who died Friday, understood the power of changing “hearts and minds.” He spent almost unlimited money on behalf of limited government.

  25. Court Hints at a Range of Paths in Fight Over Trump Records Business, August 23

    Two congressional committees have asked Deutsche Bank and Capital One for Trump family financial records. A judge said the fight does not have to be all or nothing.

  26. Google Tries to Corral Its Staff After Ugly Internal Debates Technology, August 23

    The tech company, telling its employees to “stop disrupting the workday,” issued new workplace rules designed to rein in its freewheeling culture.

  27. Trump’s Greenland Plan Shows He Has No Idea How American Power Works Opinion, August 23

    The U.S. doesn’t need to buy countries to rule the world.

  28. With Time Running Short, Patriots Unlikely to Make White House Visit Sports, August 23

    They won the Super Bowl on Feb. 3. But since then the team and the White House have not agreed on a date, though both sides say politics has nothing to do with it.

  29. Trolling Trump, Joe Walsh Tries to Recruit George Conway for Nascent Challenge U.S., August 23

    In a signal that he intends to bait Mr. Trump into engagement with him, Mr. Walsh, a conservative radio show host, is wooing the husband of Kellyanne Conway.

  30. California Is the ‘Popular Boy or Girl at the Dance’ in 2020 U.S., August 23

    Kamala Harris has the home-state advantage, but the other Democratic presidential hopefuls are not ceding the state.

  31. This U.S. Warship Threatens Iran (From 600 Miles Away) U.S., August 23

    “We recognize that tensions are high, and we don’t want to go to war,” said Capt. William Reed, a fighter pilot who commands the ship’s air wing.

  32. World Leaders’ G7 Expectations: A Nice Chat, Some Good Wine, No Unity With Trump U.S., August 23

    America’s closest allies meet this weekend and have all but given up on producing the kind of consensus about global issues that has been the summit’s hallmark for decades.

  33. Powell Highlights Fed’s Limits. Trump Labels Him an ‘Enemy’ Business, August 23

    Fed Chair Jerome H. Powell says the central bank will do what it can to sustain the expansion

  34. ¿Por qué soy católico en los tiempos de Donald Trump? en Español, August 23

    En lo mejor de la doctrina e historia del catolicismo, hay respuestas a muchos de los desafíos del mundo contemporáneo.

  35. Trump dice que aumentará los aranceles sobre los productos chinos al 30 por ciento en Español, August 23

    La escalada de la guerra comercial entre Estados Unidos y China preocupa a los expertos y podría afectar, entre otros, a sectores de consumo como juguetes, teléfonos inteligentes y ropa.

  36. S&P, Dow and Nasdaq Slide After China Tariff Threat and Trump Twitter Response Business, August 23

    Stocks fell to a fourth-straight weekly loss after Beijing vowed new tariffs on the U.S. and President Trump demanded that companies leave China.

  37. Trump Says He Will Raise Existing Tariffs on Chinese Goods to 30% Business, August 23

    The president said he would raise tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese imports to 30 percent and would start the next $300 billion at a rate of 15 percent.

  38. American Jailed in Moscow on Spy Charges Says Guards Injured Him World, August 23

    Paul N. Whelan, a former Marine held for eight months on charges he denies, said he was in “great pain” and compared his treatment to the Salem witch trials.

  39. Inslee Out. Moulton Out. De Blasio? Town Hall May Be Last Gasp. New York, August 23

    Trailing badly in the polls and in fund-raising for 2020, Mayor Bill de Blasio hopes that an hour on CNN Sunday before the nation’s voters can change his standing.

  40. Hiring Is Very Hard for Restaurants These Days. Now They May Have to Fire. Business, August 23

    Amid a severe labor shortage and a renewed U.S. crackdown on undocumented immigrants, owners are facing a choice: fire workers or risk prosecution.

  41. M.L.B. Bars Players from Venezuelan Winter League Sports, August 23

    The policy is related to a government ban on Americans’ doing business with Venezuela.

  42. Trump Administration Drops Proposal to Cut Foreign Aid After Intense Debate U.S., August 22

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and top lawmakers had objected to the idea of withdrawing money already allocated for overseas aid.

  43. Japan, South Korea and a Rupture on the Pacific Rim Opinion, August 22

    The United States could help resolve the rift between two critical allies. But it has shown little interest.

  44. From Voodoo Economics to Evil-Eye Economics Opinion, August 22

    Are Democrats hexing the Trump boom with bad thoughts?

  45. Democrats Are Getting Very Serious About the Native American Vote Opinion, August 22

    At a forum for presidential candidates, “everyone counts” sounded like both a moral and an electoral imperative.

  46. N.R.A., G7, ‘Sesame Street’: Your Thursday Evening Briefing Briefing, August 22

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  47. How Wayne LaPierre Survived a Revolt at the N.R.A. U.S., August 22

    Previously undisclosed documents reveal a sweeping effort by top officials and lawyers to oust the longtime head of the N.R.A. Not only has he remained, but he continues to influence the president.

  48. Trump’s Attack on the Loyalty of American Jews Opinion, August 22

    The president’s claim that Jews who vote for Democrats are not patriotic raised the ire of many readers. What “chutzpah,” one writes.

  49. Can Elizabeth Warren Win? Opinion, August 22

    Readers discuss her appeal to youthful voters. Also: Immigrant detention; recessions; the gun lobby; choices in dying; nuclear war.

  50. To Gain Leverage in China Trade Talks, Trump Shows Solidarity With Hong Kong U.S., August 22

    In recent days, American officials have warned Beijing that a peaceful resolution of the pro-democracy protests may be necessary to allow negotiations to continue.

  51. Trump Wants to Abolish Birthright Citizenship. Can He Do That? U.S., August 22

    The president reasserted his wish to do away with automatic citizenship for anyone born in the United States. Here is what he, legal experts and the Constitution have to say on the subject.

  52. Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Join Fox News as a Contributor U.S., August 22

    The former White House press secretary’s move reinforced the strong ties between the conservative network and the Trump administration.

  53. Workers at Big Government Lab Sue Over Exposure to a Toxic Chemical Climate, August 22

    Former technicians at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York say the were sickened by exposure to a toxic cleaning compound.

  54. How Politics Constrain the Federal Reserve and Other Economists Business, August 22

    Top economists will meet in Jackson, Wyo., this week for a meeting sponsored by the Kansas City Fed. But politicians gathering in France hold the real keys to the economic future.

  55. Los problemas de Alemania son problemas para el mundo en Español, August 22

    Una obsesión germana con la deuda pública está afectando a la economía global.

  56. Denmark’s Leader Didn’t Want a Fight With Trump. She Got One Anyway. World, August 22

    President Trump responded angrily when Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen rebuffed the idea of selling Greenland, but she is trying to move past it.

  57. Has Trump Kept His Promises? Opinion, August 22

    He deserves at least some credit for convincing people that he’s doing what he said he’d do.

  58. DealBook Briefing: Trump’s Big Economic Headache Business, August 22

    As the economy softens, the president’s early attempts to supercharge it are faltering or maybe even less effective than first thought. That could be a problem next year.

  59. Mike Pompeo: Secretary of Hypocrisy Opinion, August 22

    If Pompeo has a sense of honor, he might consider resigning rather than fathering the catastrophe that may soon befall Afghanistan.

  60. Trump Acclaims Economy, but Voters Are Anxious Amid Recession Talk Business, August 22

    Polling suggests that worries about the health of the economic expansion cross party lines.

  61. What the 2020 Campaign Sounds Like Podcasts, August 22

    Presidential candidates come with a message — and a playlist. We look at how music helps set the tone.

  62. One-on-One With Marianne Williamson Opinion, August 22

    An interview with the 2020 presidential candidate

  63. Stephanie Grisham’s Turbulent Ascent to a Top White House Role U.S., August 22

    The new press secretary and communications director is more behind-the-scenes facilitator than public face of the administration.

  64. Boris Johnson, Facebook, U.S. Border: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, August 21

    Here’s what you need to know.

  65. Trump Orders Student Loan Forgiveness for Disabled Veterans U.S., August 21

    The directive came after 53 attorneys general criticized the federal Education Department for cumbersome eligibility rules for disabled veterans to eliminate their college loan debt.

  66. A Lust for Punishment Opinion, August 21

    President Trump continues to inflict pain on minorities in this country because it supports the white supremacist patriarchy.

  67. A Former Congressman and Tea Party Republican Considers a Challenge to Trump U.S., August 21

    Joe Walsh, now a conservative radio show host, is expected to announce a primary challenge to Mr. Trump.

  68. The Toxic Back Story to the Charge That Jews Have a Dual Loyalty U.S., August 21

    President Trump’s comment this week that Jews who vote for Democrats are disloyal echoes an anti-Semitic trope that has persisted for centuries.

  69. Trump Goes Godly Opinion, August 21

    The man in the White House thinks he’s a miracle.

  70. Trump’s Waffling on Gun Control Confuses Legislative Picture U.S., August 21

    Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, is caught between some members of his party opposing gun legislation and others working with Democrats.

  71. Mr. Trump, Stop Questioning the Loyalty of American Jews Opinion, August 21

    It’s dangerous to insist they owe allegiance to another nation.

  72. Giuliani Renews Push for Ukraine to Investigate Trump’s Political Opponents U.S., August 21

    The president’s lawyer wants investigations of the Biden family and reports that Ukrainian officials tried to damage the Trump campaign in 2016.

  73. Job Gains Were Weaker Than Reported, by Half a Million Business, August 21

    The Labor Department provided a revised picture of employment growth over a one-year period, offering the latest sign of a cooling economy.

  74. Trump, Greenland, Denmark. Is This Real Life? Opinion, August 21

    Or a Peter Sellers movie?

  75. Donald Trump and the ‘Disloyal’ Jews Opinion, August 21

    A president loyal only to himself uses my community as a political weapon.

  76. Fact-Checking Trump’s Claim That He Didn’t Start Family Separations at Border U.S., August 21

    The president continued his effort to blame his predecessor for one of his most controversial policies.

  77. The People’s War Is Coming in Hong Kong Opinion, August 21

    Side by side, peaceniks and radicals are revving up for the next big move.

  78. Pompeo Fuels Further Talk of Senate Race U.S., August 21

    Many Republicans hope the secretary of state, who met with prominent members of the party on Tuesday, will run for Senate from Kansas.

  79. C.E.O.s Should Fear a Recession. It Could Mean Revolution. Opinion, August 21

    America’s economic titans want you to know they really care. Doubt them.

  80. A Heartbreaking Choice for Moms: Food or a Family’s Future Opinion, August 21

    We’ve studied mothers struggling to feed their kids. Trump’s new rule will scare immigrant families into going without.

  81. Salvemos la democracia en Guatemala en Español, August 21

    El presidente electo Alejandro Giammattei señaló que la nación no cumple con los requisitos para ser tercer país seguro. Pero no dijo que su gobierno podría exacerbar la violencia y la migración.

  82. Trump’s Interest in Buying Greenland Seemed Like a Joke. Then It Got Ugly. U.S., August 21

    President Trump’s much-ridiculed Greenland venture comes at a time when he has seemed particularly erratic.

  83. Trump Again Accuses American Jews of Disloyalty U.S., August 21

    “If you want to vote Democrat, you are being very disloyal to Jewish people and very disloyal to Israel,” President Trump said.

  84. Trump Administration Announces Effort to Indefinitely Detain Migrant Families Video, August 21

    Kevin K. McAleenan, the acting secretary of homeland security, unveiled a new rule that would allow the government to replace a decades-old settlement that says migrant children cannot be held for more than 20 days.

  85. Trump dice que no viajará a Dinamarca porque no quieren venderle Groenlandia en Español, August 21

    El presidente estadounidense pospuso su visita al país nórdico porque se dijo ofendido de que el gobierno danés no quiere venderle la isla semiautónoma.

  86. Budget Deficit on Path to Surpass $1 Trillion Under Trump U.S., August 21

    The Congressional Budget Office forecasts come as President Trump is mulling new initiatives that would widen the deficit even further.

  87. Migrant Families Would Face Indefinite Detention Under New Trump Rule U.S., August 21

    The administration wants to send migrant families caught crossing the border illegally to a family detention center for as long as it takes for their cases to be decided.

  88. Boris Johnson Needs Help From Trump, but Not Too Much World, August 21

    As he undertakes his first foreign trip, Mr. Johnson needs American support for Brexit. But he also needs help from Berlin and Paris, where the president is regarded with suspicion.

  89. Trump’s Economic Message: Everything Is Great, but We Need Huge Stimulus Now! The Upshot, August 21

    A tension between preparing for bad outcomes and scaring the public.

  90. In Denmark, Bewilderment and Anger Over Trump’s Canceled Visit World, August 21

    The cancellation, because the country expressed no interest in selling Greenland, was a rare snub for Denmark’s head of state.

  91. Australia Is Third Country to Join U.S. in Patrolling Strait of Hormuz World, August 21

    “This is about freedom of shipping,” said Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who denied that Australia was helping the United States put pressure on Iran.

  92. Trump Retreats, Again, on Guns Opinion, August 20

    Where is the president’s vaunted independence?

  93. Trump Scraps Trip to Denmark, as Greenland Is Not for Sale U.S., August 20

    The president said on Twitter that he was reacting to the Danish prime minister’s rejection of his interest in buying Greenland from Denmark.

  94. Trump Accuses Jewish Democrats of ‘Great Disloyalty’ U.S., August 20

    The president’s echo of a longstanding anti-Semitic smear drew condemnation from diplomats and analysts across the political spectrum.

  95. N.R.A. Gets Results on Gun Laws in One Phone Call With Trump U.S., August 20

    After talking with Wayne LaPierre, the group’s chief executive, President Trump’s interest in new gun laws fades and he repeats many of its longtime positions.

  96. The Flores Agreement Protected Migrant Children for Decades. New Regulations Aim to End It. U.S., August 20

    A landmark consent decree in 1997 set conditions for detention of migrant children. Now the Trump administration has proposed its own standards.

  97. Want to Prevent a Recession, Mr. Trump? Stop Hurting the Economy Opinion, August 20

    As the administration tries to keep growth going, its trade war weakens it.

  98. Trump Says Russia Should Be Readmitted to G7 U.S., August 20

    President Trump issued his latest call for ending Moscow’s international pariah status, but the idea is likely to earn a cool reception at the annual Group of 7 summit starting this weekend.

  99. Trump Says It Would Be ‘Appropriate’ to Have Russia in the G7 Video, August 20

    President Trump said Russia should be readmitted to the Group of 7 nations during a meeting on Tuesday with Romania’s president.

  100. Democrats, Try Speaking to the Whole of America Opinion, August 20

    Presidential candidates should follow the example of my boss, John McCain, in avoiding divisive politics.

  101. Why the 2020 Criminal Justice Debate Is Completely Different U.S., August 20

    Democratic candidates are pushing ideas that were considered radical just a few years ago. But the American public has changed its views, too.

  102. Man Who Claimed Trump Would Start a ‘Racial War and Crusade’ Is Arrested U.S., August 20

    The arrest was the latest example in a spate of what the authorities say are violent threats of domestic extremism, which have received renewed attention after mass shootings.

  103. Trump Says He Has Authority to Reduce Capital Gains Taxes Business, August 20

    The president said he thought he could bypass Congress to index capital gains to inflation.

  104. ‘I’ve Been Thinking About Payroll Taxes,’ Trump Says Video, August 20

    President Trump told reporters at the White House that he’s considering a payroll tax cut to stimulate the economy.

  105. Trump Promotes Plastics, and Himself, at Factory Opinion, August 20

    Readers worry about the cancer threat that a new plant poses and object to penalizing workers who didn’t attend the president’s event. Also: Dog conversations; a lack of privacy.

  106. Trump Says He’s Exploring ‘Various Tax Reductions,’ and the Economic Data He Loves Shows Why U.S., August 20

    Some of the administration’s favorite data points are now flashing warning signs about investment, jobs and growth.

  107. Trump Expected to Nominate Pompeo Deputy to Be Ambassador to Russia U.S., August 20

    John Sullivan, the deputy secretary of state, has been confirmed once by the Senate. Should President Trump send him to Moscow, he would face a new hearing.

  108. ‘If You’re Like Me, You Can’t Sit By. This Is America.’ Opinion, August 20

    With a lawyer, most unaccompanied immigrant children don’t get deported. But most don’t have one, and go before a judge alone.

  109. ‘If You’re Like Me, You Can’t Sit By. This Is America.’ Opinion, August 20

    With a lawyer, most unaccompanied immigrant children don’t get deported. But most don’t have one, and go before a judge alone.

  110. What Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Marco Rubio Agree On Opinion, August 20

    Many Republicans and Democrats agree: Governments should intervene to help the industries and technologies of the future.

  111. What Does Campaign Rally Music Say About a Candidate? Interactive, August 19

    Presidential campaigns have a sound. We analyzed the playlists of 10 contenders to see how the songs aligned with the messages.

  112. Trump Has Right to End DACA, Justice Dept. Tells Supreme Court U.S., August 19

    The government’s brief in the case, about the fate of the program that shields the young immigrants known as Dreamers, is the first salvo in a legal test of the president’s immigration agenda.

  113. Jill Biden, Stressing Trump Matchup, Makes a Blunt Case for Her Husband U.S., August 19

    “You may like another candidate better, but you have to look at who is going to win,” she said, while campaigning for Joe Biden in New Hampshire.

  114. Toxic Nostalgia Breeds Derangement Opinion, August 19

    A writer who charted the collapse of reality in Russia now sees it worldwide.

  115. After Lobbying by Gun Rights Advocates, Trump Sounds a Familiar Retreat U.S., August 19

    The president’s resolve to take significant action appears to have softened, and he has reverted to reiterating conservative positions on guns.

  116. Fact-Checking Trump’s Claim That Google ‘Manipulated’ Millions of Votes for Clinton U.S., August 19

    After making baseless claims of voter fraud, the president has turned to a new way of explaining his loss of the popular vote in 2016.

  117. The World Has a Germany Problem Opinion, August 19

    The debt obsession that ate the economy.

  118. It Just Got Harder to Get Birth Control in America Opinion, August 19

    Title X made sure poor women could have access to health care. The Trump administration has compromised that.

  119. Trump Administration Considers Moves to Bolster Economy Business, August 19

    Options could include a payroll tax cut or reversing tariffs.

  120. ISIS Is Regaining Strength in Iraq and Syria U.S., August 19

    Five months after its territorial defeat, the Islamic State is conducting guerrilla attacks as defense officials acknowledge that the terrorist group is here to stay.

  121. Planned Parenthood Refuses Federal Funds Over Abortion Restrictions Health, August 19

    Facing a Trump administration rule that forbids referrals for abortion, the organization decided to reject federal funds for family planning for low-income women.

  122. U.S. Companies Get More Time to Stop Working With Huawei U.S., August 19

    A 90-day extension is intended to give rural telecommunications time to wean themselves off the Chinese company, which supplies parts and equipment.

  123. U.S. Gives Companies More Time to Cease Doing Business With Huawei U.S., August 19

    A 90-day extension is intended to give rural telecommunications time to wean themselves off the Chinese company, which supplies parts and equipment.

  124. Bankrolling the Anti-Immigration Movement Podcasts, August 19

    Much of the money behind the movement can be traced to one heiress who made it her life’s work to keep immigrants out of America.

  125. In Economic Warning Signals, Trump Sees Signs of a Conspiracy U.S., August 18

    The president has accused his own Federal Reserve chair, other nations and the news media of working against him to derail the economy.

  126. Rethinking America’s Approach to the World Opinion, August 18

    It’s time to reverse the reliance on military action rather than diplomacy.

  127. G.E. Is Accused of Major Fraud, and Stocks Take a Beating Business, August 18

    Plus, WeWork takes steps to go public, and investigations into the Jeffrey Epstein case continue.

  128. Trump’s Pittsburgh Speech Was a Paying Gig for the Audience U.S., August 17

    Union workers were told attendance wasn’t mandatory, but if they didn’t come, they would lose some of their expected pay for the week.

  129. The Species Act, Endangered: ‘Like a Plan From a Cartoon Villain’ Opinion, August 17

    The president and his Interior Department undermine the landmark Endangered Species Act in the service of “energy dominance.”

  130. What Happens in a Recession? Opinion, August 17

    Trump loses, Uber evaporates, the social crisis gets worse.

  131. How Stephen Miller Seized the Moment to Battle Immigration U.S., August 17

    Behind Mr. Miller’s singular grip on the Trump anti-immigrant agenda are forces far bigger than his own hostility toward the foreign-born.

  132. Probing the Psyches of Mass Murderers Opinion, August 17

    Readers discuss whether the killers are mentally ill, hate women or are inspired by right-wing rhetoric.

  133. Israel’s Alliance With Trump Creates New Tensions Among American Jews U.S., August 17

    Religious leaders see President Trump’s influence over the Israeli prime minister becoming a wedge issue in the Jewish community.

  134. A Year of Stock Market Fury, Signifying Nearly Nothing Business, August 17

    Despite wild swings stemming from the trade war, gains over the last 12 months have been tiny.

  135. Debate Flares Over Afghanistan as Trump Considers Troop Withdrawal U.S., August 16

    President Trump met with top advisers on Friday to discuss a deal with the Taliban that could begin a final American exit from the country.

  136. Eyeing Greenland, Trump Again Mixes Real Estate With Diplomacy U.S., August 16

    The president, ever the real estate maven, has marveled over Greenland’s untapped natural resources. But an expert says his interest represents an “antiquated way of looking at things.”

  137. Lawmakers Accuse State Dept. of Defying Federal Law by Missing Deadlines for Yemen Reports U.S., August 16

    The State Department is refusing to submit reports mandated by Congress detailing efforts by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.

  138. U.S. Can Block Migrants Seeking Asylum, but Only in Some States, Appeals Court Rules U.S., August 16

    The ruling is a partial victory for the Trump administration because it allows a stricter set of rules to go into effect, but only in New Mexico and Texas.

  139. La ley antiboicot que usó Israel para impedir la visita de congresistas en Español, August 16

    Desde 2017, el país ha usado esta ley para negarles la entrada a los extranjeros que apoyan el movimiento Boicot, Desinversiones y Sanciones.

  140. After Trump Body Shames Him, Supporter Says ‘I Love the Guy’ U.S., August 16

    The president has a long history of calling protesters names. But there’s no other known instance of him mocking one of his own supporters by accident.

  141. After Trump Body Shames Him, Supporter Says ‘I Love the Guy’ U.S., August 16

    The president has a long history of calling protesters names. But there’s no other known instance of him mocking one of his own supporters by accident.

  142. Trump and Netanyahu Put Bipartisan Support for Israel at Risk U.S., August 16

    After the president enlists Benjamin Netanyahu to deny entry to two Muslim members of Congress, both parties warn that bipartisan support for Israel is in danger.

  143. In Tlaib’s Ancestral Village, a Grandmother Weathers a Global Political Storm World, August 16

    Suddenly pulled into an international uproar, the 90-year-old grandmother of Representative Rashida Tlaib has barely kept up with the dizzying drama.

  144. In Tlaib’s Ancestral Village, Grandmother Weathers a Global Political Storm World, August 16

    Suddenly pulled into an international uproar, the 90-year-old grandmother of Representative Rashida Tlaib has barely kept up with the dizzying drama.

  145. The Cost-Effectiveness of Medicare for All Opinion, August 16

    A health consultant says the free market has failed to rein in medical costs. Also: Republicans who oppose President Trump; madhouse at the Louvre.

  146. Trump Administration Approves F-16 Fighter Jet Sales to Taiwan World, August 16

    The $8 billion arms package, the single largest from the United States to Taiwan in years, is certain to anger China and could complicate the trade war.

  147. Trump Administration Approves F-16 Fighter Jet Sales to Taiwan World, August 16

    The $8 billion arms package, the single largest from the United States to Taiwan in many years, is certain to anger China and could complicate the trade war.

  148. If You Think Trump Is Helping Israel, You’re a Fool Opinion, August 16

    By barring Representatives Omar and Tlaib, Netanyahu made the president happy. But he has poisoned relations with America.

  149. ‘Greenland Is Not for Sale’: Trump’s Talk of a Purchase Draws Derision World, August 16

    Residents of the semiautonomous Danish territory were apoplectic, and Denmark gave a chilly reception to the president’s idea.

  150. ‘Greenland Is Not for Sale’: Trump’s Talk of a Purchase Draws Derision World, August 16

    Residents of the semiautonomous Danish territory were apoplectic, and Denmark gave a chilly reception to the president’s idea.