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  1. Robert Mueller to Testify Before House Committees U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Mueller, the former special counsel, agreed to testify on July 17, two House panels said Tuesday night after issuing subpoenas to compel his appearance.

  2. When Trump Meets With World Leaders, He Won’t Be the Only One Thinking About 2020 U.S., Yesterday

    Presidents, premiers and potentates around the globe are trying to calculate whether they can essentially wait out President Trump or whether they will have to deal with him for years to come.

  3. ‘A Special Place in Hell’: Democrats Rip Trump’s Border Policy Video, Yesterday

    House Democrats savaged the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown before the vote on a $4.5 billion humanitarian aid bill.

  4. Judge Rejects Government’s Request to Halt Emoluments Suit Against Trump U.S., Yesterday

    The Justice Department criticized the ruling, which allows evidence gathering to begin on Friday. An appeal is likely.

  5. What Will Democrats Look for in Debates? Someone They Can Imagine Onstage With Trump U.S., Yesterday

    Four years after Donald J. Trump blew up the expectations for how a candidate is expected to behave in a debate, he will loom over the 20 Democrats who take the stage in Miami this week.

  6. How Trump Changed Presidential Debates Video, Yesterday

    One of the hallmarks of President Trump’s 2016 campaign was his norm-breaking debate style. These were the techniques he used.

  7. Debates Mark the Starting Line for the Media’s Race Through 2020 U.S., Yesterday

    Millions of Americans start paying attention once the candidates start sparring on national TV, which puts a spotlight on both cringe-worthy gaffes and successful zingers.

  8. Trump Takes On China and Persia at Once. What’s to Worry About? Opinion, Yesterday

    He’s imposed pain. Now, if he only had defined plans and goals.

  9. U.S. Cruelty Toward Migrant Children Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers express dismay and discuss whether the term “concentration camp” is apt.

  10. U.S. Tech Companies Sidestep a Trump Ban, to Keep Selling to Huawei Technology, Yesterday

    Chip makers’ deals underscore how difficult it is to clamp down on companies that the administration considers a national security threat.

  11. Mark Morgan to Lead Customs and Border Protection in Latest Shake-Up During Migrant Crisis U.S., Yesterday

    As director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Mr. Morgan pushed for nationwide raids to deport undocumented families.

  12. ‘A Constant Game of Musical Chairs’ Amid Another Homeland Security Shake-Up U.S., Yesterday

    Mark Morgan, Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s acting director, will lead Customs and Border Protection, administration officials said Tuesday.

  13. House Adds New Policy Restrictions Ahead of Border Funding Vote U.S., Yesterday

    House Democrats pressed toward a vote on $4.5 billion in humanitarian aid to address the plight of migrants at the southern border, as leaders moved to quell a revolt.

  14. House Approves Border Aid, Seeking to Curb Trump’s Crackdown U.S., Yesterday

    House Democrats pushed through $4.5 billion in humanitarian aid to address the plight of migrants at the southern border, after leaders quelled a revolt.

  15. Latest Sexual Assault Claim Against Trump Opinion, Yesterday

    Two readers are skeptical of the president’s denials. Plus: Scooters in our cities; online cults.

  16. Fed Chair Emphasizes Independence as Trump Attacks Persist Business, Yesterday

    Fed Chairman Jerome H. Powell underlined the central bank’s insulation from politics and kept the door open for interest rate cuts as uncertainties loom.

  17. Fed Chair Powell Weighs Whether Cut Will Be Needed as Risks Loom Business, Yesterday

    Mr. Powell underlined the Fed’s insulation from politics and kept the door open for interest rate cuts at a time of trade uncertainty.

  18. Trump Names Stephanie Grisham, Aide to First Lady, as Sarah Sanders’s Successor U.S., Yesterday

    Ms. Grisham joined the Trump campaign in 2015 and is one of the last remaining aides from Mr. Trump’s campaign still serving in the White House.

  19. In Bahrain, U.S. Tries to Promote Mideast Peace Through Prosperity World, Yesterday

    A conference organized by the White House was meant to show the economic benefits of its peace plan to Palestinians and Israelis. But major players were absent.

  20. When Anthony Bourdain Went to the Bottom of the World Opinion, Yesterday

    He didn’t come for the food. He wanted to know about our climate research.

  21. The Travel Ban Shows What Happens When the Supreme Court Trusts Trump Opinion, Yesterday

    A cautionary tale for the census case before the Supreme Court.

  22. The Likelihood of Impeachment Podcasts, Yesterday

    We talked to a congresswoman who has been in the Capitol for two presidential impeachment proceedings about the possibility of a third.

  23. Trump Threatens ‘Obliteration’ of Iran, as Sanctions Dispute Escalates World, Yesterday

    President Hassan Rouhani vowed that Tehran would not be intimidated. His words drew a blistering warning from the White House.

  24. A Plan to Mine the Minnesota Wilderness Hit a Dead End. Then Trump Became President. Climate, Yesterday

    The project’s reversal of fortunes has angered environmentalists and focused attention on an unusual connection between a Chilean billionaire and President Trump’s family.

  25. Seth Meyers Says Every Day With Trump Is Like ‘Fight Club’ Arts, Yesterday

    Baffled by the president’s reversal on Iran, Meyers predicts “we’re going to find him in the parking lot outside the White House” beating himself up.

  26. The House and Senate Have Separate Plans for Border Aid. Here’s What’s Different. U.S., June 24

    Both chambers have put forward their own versions of legislation that would allocate $4.6 billion and fulfill the Trump administration’s request for funds.

  27. Emergency Aid for Migrants Badly Divides Democrats U.S., June 24

    Congress is trying to rush billions of dollars to the border to alleviate the suffering of detained migrants, but Democrats fear the funds will advance President Trump’s immigration policies.

  28. Michael Flynn’s New Lawyer Seeks Security Clearance, Citing Unknown Evidence U.S., June 24

    Mr. Flynn appeared in court for the first time since hiring a lawyer who has pushed conspiracies about the Mueller investigation.

  29. Self-Inflicted Medical Misery Opinion, June 24

    Red America’s homemade rural health crisis.

  30. ‘She’s Not My Type’: Accused Again of Sexual Assault, Trump Resorts to Old Insult U.S., June 24

    E. Jean Carroll, a columnist for Elle magazine, said in a CNN interview on Monday that she fought back when Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in a Bergdorf Goodman fitting room.

  31. ‘Knitting Has Always Been Political’: Ravelry Bans Pro-Trump Content, and Reactions Flood In Style, June 24

    The site’s move set off a firestorm about the role of politics in the crafting world.

  32. Jason Miller, Former Trump Aide, Loses Job After Nadler Tweetstorm U.S., June 24

    Mr. Miller called Representative Jerrold Nadler, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, “fat and nasty” for his treatment of Hope Hicks, the former White House communications director, during a closed-door hearing last week.

  33. Trump’s Feud With the Fed Is Rooted in Presidential History Business, June 24

    From Lyndon Johnson to Richard Nixon, presidents have long had fraught relationships with Fed chairs.

  34. Our Top Editor Revisits How We Handled E. Jean Carroll’s Allegations Against Trump Reader Center, June 24

    Dean Baquet, our executive editor, says “we were overly cautious” in our handling of a prominent writer’s allegations against the president.

  35. Democrats Strike Deal With an Obstruction Witness, but a Court Fight Looms U.S., June 24

    The House Judiciary Committee reached an agreement with a former Trump White House lawyer, Annie Donaldson, to delay her testimony but get written answers soon.

  36. Treasury’s Inspector General to Review Harriet Tubman $20 Bill Delay U.S., June 24

    The review, which will take 10 months, will be part of a broader audit of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

  37. Trump’s Thinking in Calling Off Iran Attack Opinion, June 24

    Readers discuss the role of Tucker Carlson, Munchausen syndrome by proxy and the president’s reliance on gut instinct.

  38. Trump Promised a Manufacturing Renaissance. What Happens in 2020 in Places That Lost Those Jobs? U.S., June 24

    Donald J. Trump carried several key states on a vow to end manufacturing job losses. That has not happened.

  39. The Economy Is About to Hit a Record. Trump Says the Fed ‘Blew It.’ Business, June 24

    President Trump’s central bank criticism comes in defiance of record stock prices and what is poised to be America’s longest period of economic growth.

  40. ‘Our Small Towns Are Toppling Like Dominoes’: Why We Should Cut Some Farmers a Check Opinion, June 24

    For pennies a meal, the federal government can incentivize better environmental services.

  41. Why Are Elizabeth Warren and Donald Trump Trying to Weaken the Dollar? Opinion, June 24

    A strong dollar makes America strong. Any campaign to devalue it is likely to backfire.

  42. Mexico’s Crackdown at Its Southern Border, Prompted by Trump, Scares Migrants From Crossing World, June 24

    Increased enforcement along the border with Guatemala, which began in recent days, has made crossing into Mexico harder. This has dissuaded migrants from traveling north.

  43. Mexico’s Crackdown at Its Southern Border, Prompted by Trump, Scares Migrants From Crossing World, June 24

    Increased enforcement along the border with Guatemala, which began in recent days, has made crossing into Mexico harder. This has dissuaded migrants from traveling north.

  44. Trump Imposes New Economic Sanctions on Iran U.S., June 24

    The president has said he wants to tighten sanctions in the hopes of driving Tehran into negotiations on a deal to place additional limits on its nuclear activity and curb its aggression.

  45. Trump Imposes New Sanctions on Iran, Adding to Tensions U.S., June 24

    The sanctions are meant to prevent some top Iranian officials from using the international banking system, but the move is largely symbolic.

  46. A New Trump Order May Make More Health Care Prices Public The Upshot, June 24

    The president calls it “a giant step towards a heath care system that is really fantastic.” Experts are less sure.

  47. There’s No Excuse for Mistreating Children at the Border. Here’s What To Do About It. Opinion, June 24

    Speak up. Donate. Educate yourself. Vote.

  48. Trump’s ‘Concentration Camps’ Opinion, June 23

    The cruelty of immigrant family separations must not be tolerated.

  49. Xi and Trump and the Art of the Game Opinion, June 23

    The president of China may have the upper hand after a visit to Pyongyang.

  50. Susan Rice: How Did We Get 10 Minutes From War With Iran? Opinion, June 23

    President Trump’s process of ordering and then canceling military strikes was a mess. But he now has an opening to restart talks on Iran’s nuclear program.

  51. White House Is Pressing for Additional Options, Including Cyberattacks, to Deter Iran U.S., June 23

    American officials are working on clandestine plans to counter Iranian aggression, pushed by the White House to develop options that would not escalate tensions into a full-out conventional war.

  52. Allies See a Familiar U.S. Pattern in Trump’s Iran Reversal World, June 23

    The move intensified global doubts about the president’s judgment and the power wielded by the United States. But some analysts also praised Mr. Trump’s restraint.

  53. Trump’s Iran Reversal Raises Allies’ Doubts Over His Tactics, and U.S. Power World, June 23

    The public response of Western politicians has been largely cautious, sometimes confused. But some analysts also praised Mr. Trump’s restraint.

  54. Joe Sestak, Ex-Pennsylvania Congressman, Becomes 24th Democratic Candidate for 2020 U.S., June 23

    Mr. Sestak entered the presidential race later than the 23 other candidates because his daughter had been battling brain cancer.

  55. Trump Shrugs Off Khashoggi Killing by Ally Saudi Arabia U.S., June 23

    In an NBC interview, Mr. Trump also said he was “not looking for war” with Iran and lashed out at his Federal Reserve chairman.

  56. Why Xi Jinping Is Courting Kim Jong-un Opinion, June 23

    It’s not about nuclear weapons, leverage with President Trump or the trade war.

  57. North Korea Says Kim Jong-un Received ‘Excellent’ Letter From Trump World, June 22

    The letter was revealed shortly after a trip by the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, to Pyongyang, where he was seen as trying to use Mr. Kim as leverage in his trade standoff with President Trump.

  58. Trump Emphatically Denies Sexual Assault Allegation by E. Jean Carroll U.S., June 22

    President Trump said he had “no idea” who Ms. Carroll was in comments to reporters outside the White House on Saturday.

  59. U.S. Carried Out Cyberattacks on Iran U.S., June 22

    The operation went forward because it was intended to be below the threshold of armed conflict — using the same shadow tactics that Iran has used.

  60. White House Unveils Economic Portion of Middle East Peace Plan U.S., June 22

    The 38-page plan sets ambitious goals, but there are no concrete dollar commitments from the United States.

  61. Pompeo, a Steadfast Hawk, Coaxes a Hesitant Trump on Iran World, June 22

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has expanded his power during a vacuum in the Pentagon, but his hard-line policies on Iran are running into President Trump’s isolationist instincts.

  62. Trump Says He’ll Delay Deportation Operation Aimed at Undocumented Families U.S., June 22

    Immigration agents had planned to sweep into immigrant communities on Sunday in coordinated raids in 10 major cities.

  63. Trump Says He’ll Delay Deportation Operation Aimed at Undocumented Families U.S., June 22

    Immigration agents had been planning to sweep into several immigrant communities on Sunday in coordinated raids in 10 major cities.

  64. Blowhard on the Brink Opinion, June 22

    Trump holds off his hawks — for now.

  65. Will America Make Trump Great Again? Opinion, June 22

    The president, like his opposition, may be underestimating his ability to win.

  66. Pour Your Rage Into a Postcard to the President Opinion, June 22

    I have written almost 450 postcards to politicians. As Margaret Atwood said, “A word after a word after a word is power.”

  67. Abdicating, Again, on Climate Opinion, June 22

    President Trump’s new energy plan aims to save coal-burning power plants and miners’ jobs. It won’t do either.

  68. Kim Jong-un Stages a Pageant in Pyongyang for Xi Jinping Opinion, June 22

    Were they sending a message to their absent pal, President Trump?

  69. Iranian Force Exults in Downing of U.S. Drone With a Feast and a Prayer World, June 22

    Some leaders of the Revolutionary Guards force saw the shooting down of the drone as a vindication. They resented that Americans had belittled their prowess.

  70. The Gay Truth About Trump Opinion, June 22

    His betrayal of us is his betrayal of all of America.

  71. The Week in Business: Stocks Hit a Record High, and Facebook Wants to Replace Your Bank Business, June 22

    Plus, tensions with Iran reach a boiling point and Trump’s meeting with China’s president.

  72. Facing Intensifying Confrontation With Iran, Trump Has Few Appealing Options World, June 22

    The administration is relying first on economic sanctions to change Tehran’s behavior. But it continues to weigh military or cyberattacks.

  73. Trump Plays Chicken With the Ayatollah Opinion, June 22

    The United States and Iran remain on a collision path. Here’s what President Trump should do.

  74. Trump Kicks Off 2020, Biden’s Backlash, Warren on Prisons: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., June 22

    The president goes to Orlando, the former vice president invokes two segregationist senators and Elizabeth Warren says she’ll ban private prisons.

  75. They Each Backed Off Strikes: Trump in ’19, Obama in ’13, Clinton in ’98 U.S., June 22

    The immediate comparison was to Barack Obama’s decision not to attack Syria. But the closer one might be to a last-minute choice by Bill Clinton over a missile strike on Iraq.

  76. Paul Manafort and Sean Hannity Traded Complaints and Tidbits for Months, Texts Show U.S., June 21

    Unsealed private messages reveal that the Fox News host expressed support for, but also sought information from, President Trump’s former campaign chairman.

  77. Urged to Launch an Attack, Trump Listened to the Skeptics Who Said It Would Be a Costly Mistake U.S., June 21

    Meetings and memos aside, the president trusted his instincts more than institutions and was willing to defy a roomful of advisers.

  78. Restraint and Patience … and Donald Trump Opinion, June 21

    Given a clearly flawed decision-making process, President Trump was right to buy himself time on Iran.

  79. ICE Is Expected to Begin Operation on Sunday Targeting 2,000 Immigrant Family Members U.S., June 21

    The operation will focus on undocumented migrants in at least 10 major cities across the country and who had their cases expedited and were served deportation orders.

  80. E. Jean Carroll Accuses Trump of Sexual Assault in Her Memoir Books, June 21

    In her forthcoming book “What Do We Need Men For?,” the Elle advice columnist says the president assaulted her in the 1990s.

  81. Trump’s Iran Response Underlines Republican Rift Over National Security U.S., June 21

    The rift has rekindled debate over lawmakers’ roles in matters of war and peace and pointed up deep concerns among some Republicans, who are normally loath to criticize the president over national security.

  82. Distress and Defiance in Tehran Opinion, June 21

    The devastating impact of American sanctions has left many Iranians feeling they are already at war.

  83. Felix Sater, Trump Associate, Skips House Hearing and Now Faces a Subpoena U.S., June 21

    House Democrats want to hear from Mr. Sater about his pursuit of a real estate deal in Moscow with a Trump Organization lawyer during the 2016 campaign.

  84. U.S. Attack on Iran Averted ... for Now Opinion, June 21

    Readers caution against going to war and react to the president’s concern for casualties with praise and skepticism.

  85. In Trump’s Iran Response, Some See a Dangerous Ambiguity World, June 21

    As diplomats try to ratchet down tensions, some of them worry that hard-liners in Iran could be emboldened to further test President Trump’s resolve.

  86. In Trump’s Iran Response, Some See a Dangerous Ambiguity World, June 21

    As diplomats try to ratchet down tensions, some of them worry that hard-liners in Iran could be emboldened to further test President Trump’s resolve.

  87. Trump’s Slouching Toward War With Iran Is a Disgrace Opinion, June 21

    The last-minute calling-off of military action is the first wise decision on Iran the president has taken.

  88. Trump’s Refusal to Admit Error Opinion, June 21

    A reader says the president’s refusal to backtrack on the Central Park Five signals that he won’t change course if he errs on national issues.

  89. Fed Officials Make the Case for Cutting Interest Rates as Risks Loom Business, June 21

    The presidents of the St. Louis and Minneapolis branches of the Federal Reserve want rates cut now, and even the central bank’s vice chair says uncertainty is growing.

  90. Andrew Weissmann, a Top Mueller Prosecutor, Has a Book Deal U.S., June 21

    Mr. Weissmann appears to be the first prosecutor on the special counsel’s team to agree to write a book, though it is not clear how much he will reveal.

  91. Let Congress Intervene on Nuclear Arms Opinion, June 21

    An antinuclear advocate calls on Congress to stop the Trump administration’s undermining of our nuclear treaties.

  92. Trump Nominates Mark Esper as Next Defense Secretary U.S., June 21

    If confirmed, Mr. Esper, who fought in the gulf war before becoming a lobbyist for Raytheon, would join a national security team with his West Point classmate, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

  93. Iran Crisis: What Happened and What You Need to Know U.S., June 21

    President Trump approved and then canceled an attack on Iran with just minutes to spare.

  94. What You Need to Know About the Iran Crisis U.S., June 21

    President Trump approved and then canceled an attack on Iran with just minutes to spare. Here’s a guide to the crisis, with links to further reading.

  95. Trump Says He Was ‘Cocked and Loaded’ to Strike Iran, but Pulled Back U.S., June 21

    The president said he stopped because 150 people would probably die in an attack as retaliation for Iranians shooting down an unmanned American drone.

  96. Throw the Crooks Out Opinion, June 21

    Democrats and Republicans agree: Corruption ails the country.

  97. Friendlier Days for North Korea and China? Maybe Not World, June 21

    On the surface, all seemed warm as Kim Jong-un played host to Xi Jinping this week. So why didn’t the Chinese leader stay longer?

  98. The Standoff With Iran Podcasts, June 21

    As tensions rapidly escalate, both the United States and Iran are pointing fingers. We look at what each country wants.

  99. Trump Bets We’ll Stop Caring About Migrant Kids Opinion, June 21

    One year ago, Trump outlawed family separation. It hasn’t stopped.

  100. Airlines Divert Flights Around Iran After U.S. Drone Is Shot Down World, June 21

    As diplomats try to ratchet down tensions, global airlines are broadly rerouting flights around Iran and nearby waterways.

  101. Airlines Divert Flights Around Iran After U.S. Drone Is Shot Down World, June 21

    As diplomats try to ratchet down tensions, global airlines are broadly rerouting flights around Iran and nearby waterways.

  102. In Pictures: For Kim Jong-un and Xi Jinping, Small Talk and Mass Games World, June 21

    China’s leader made a rare visit to North Korea this week, a two-day trip full of pomp and propaganda.

  103. Stephen Colbert Isn’t Sure What to Believe About Iran and That Drone Arts, June 21

    Whether to trust Iran or the U.S. government “is a question that used to be really easy to answer,” the “Late Show” host said.

  104. For Trump, ‘Judgment Time Is Coming’ on How to Respond to Iran U.S., June 20

    The shooting down of an American spy drone will test the president’s conflicting impulses between employing bellicose language and avoiding foreign wars.

  105. Does Trump Have the Legal Authority to Demote the Federal Reserve Chairman? U.S., June 20

    Pressuring the Fed to juice the economy as he seeks re-election, the president is toying with an unprecedented challenge to its independence.

  106. The Trumpification of the Federal Reserve Opinion, June 20

    Like it or not, its next move will be political.

  107. Attacking Iran Is Congress’s Call Opinion, June 20

    The Trump administration’s campaign of maximum pressure and minimal diplomacy is bringing the two countries ever closer to blows. Lawmakers must weigh in.

  108. Donald Trump: ‘Out of His League’ Opinion, June 20

    A reader says the savvy and crafty leaders of Iran, North Korea and Iran regard the president as “a dilettante, nothing more.”

  109. Roy Moore Expected to Mount New Senate Run in Alabama U.S., June 20

    The former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court may want a rematch with Doug Jones, who defeated him in a special election in 2017. Many Republicans are hostile to the idea.

  110. Roy Moore to Run for Alabama Senate Seat Again U.S., June 20

    The former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court wants a rematch with Doug Jones, who defeated him in a special election in 2017. Many Republicans are hostile to his plans.

  111. Senate Votes to Block Trump’s Arms Sales to Gulf Nations in Bipartisan Rebuke U.S., June 20

    The vote illustrated the deep divide between lawmakers and the administration over Saudi Arabia and the president’s attempts to circumvent Congress on national security decisions.

  112. What We Know About Iran Shooting Down a U.S. Drone U.S., June 20

    The two countries disagree about where the drone was shot down: over international waters or in Iranian airspace.

  113. What We Know About Iran Shooting Down a U.S. Drone U.S., June 20

    The two countries disagree about where the drone was shot down: over international waters or in Iranian airspace.

  114. Paul Whelan, Held in Russia for Spying, Pleads for Help from Trump World, June 20

    A corporate security officer and former Marine, charged with espionage in Russia, called on President Trump and other leaders to free him from a “political kidnapping.”

  115. Erdogan Says He Will Meet With Trump to Resolve Weapons Disagreement World, June 20

    The Turkish president, holding a rare meeting with international journalists, also said that he would accept the results of Istanbul’s mayoral election.

  116. Erdogan Says He Will Meet With Trump to Resolve Weapons Disagreement World, June 20

    The Turkish president, holding a rare meeting with international journalists, also said that he would accept the results of Istanbul’s mayoral election.

  117. Trump’s Iran Strategy Opinion, June 20

    But what is the endgame?

  118. Iran’s Gambit: Force the World to Rein In Trump World, June 20

    Iran is resorting to rogue state tactics as part of a strategy to induce other countries to counter what it sees as an existential American threat.

  119. Iran’s Gambit: Force the World to Rein In Trump World, June 20

    Iran is resorting to rogue state tactics as part of a strategy to induce other countries to counter what it sees as an existential American threat.

  120. Democrats Can Win Florida in 2020 Opinion, June 20

    But they have to work a lot harder and they have to do it now.

  121. The National Debt Is Still a Problem Business, June 20

    A rising budget deficit may make sense in a major war or recession but not now, when the economy is strong, the economist N. Gregory Mankiw says.

  122. What ‘Chernobyl’ Teaches About Trump Opinion, June 20

    A country’s survival during a crisis depends on the credibility of its government.

  123. Why Asylum Seekers Are Being Sent Back to Mexico Podcasts, June 20

    The Trump administration is pushing an immigration policy that could profoundly change how asylum works in the United States.

  124. The Supreme Court Is Showing an Instinct for Self-Preservation, at Least Until Next Year’s Election Opinion, June 20

    The court has passed on contentious cases about abortion and the rights of same-sex couples. Will it now drop the census case?

  125. The Supreme Court Is Showing an Instinct for Self-Preservation, at Least Until Next Year’s Election Opinion, June 20

    The court has passed on contentious cases about abortion and the rights of same-sex couples. Will it now drop the census case?

  126. Are We Headed for War With Iran? Opinion, June 20

    And have conservatives given up on liberal democracy?

  127. House Moves Forward With Spending Bills as Congress Grapples With Looming Fiscal Deadlines U.S., June 19

    The burst of productivity stood in stark contrast to the tenor of the wider negotiations, which are hung up over how much to increase domestic spending.

  128. Trump and Iran May Be on a Collision Course, and It Could Get Scarier Opinion, June 19

    They’ve behaved recklessly and given themselves no face-saving escapes.

  129. A Trio of Unlikely Partners: Kim, Xi and Trump U.S., June 19

    Their motives for getting together are deeply divergent, but the interests of the leaders of North Korea, China and the United States occasionally harmonize.

  130. Immigration Agency Says It Plans Deportation Operation Aimed at Undocumented Families U.S., June 19

    The acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement said the focus would be on 2,000 family members who already have deportation orders.

  131. Trump’s Running Again. Still. Opinion, June 19

    Somebody seems to miss Hillary Clinton.

  132. The Unspoken Agenda at the Xi-Kim Meeting? Could Be Messaging Trump World, June 19

    A state visit between the leaders of China and North Korea comes as each is locked in a dispute with the United States, and both are looking for leverage over President Trump.

  133. Trump’s Nominee for U.N. Envoy Appears to Differ With Him on Saudis and Climate World, June 19

    At her confirmation hearing, Kelly Knight Craft suggested that she would be tougher than President Trump on Saudi Arabia and that climate change is a threat.

  134. Deutsche Bank Faces Criminal Investigation for Potential Money-Laundering Lapses Business, June 19

    Federal authorities are focused on whether the bank complied with anti-money-laundering laws, including in its review of transactions linked to Jared Kushner.

  135. Could Trump Use the Sept. 11 War Law to Attack Iran Without Going to Congress? U.S., June 19

    Talk of purported Iran-Qaeda ties is raising questions about whether the Trump administration is laying the groundwork to claim that it needs no new legal authority to take military action.

  136. ‘Europe First’: Self-Interest à la Trump Opinion, June 19

    The European Central Bank is just using Trumpian tactics, says a reader.

  137. Schumer Requests Investigation Into Mnuchin’s Handling of the Harriet Tubman $20 Bill U.S., June 19

    Delayed designs of the note continue to raise questions of political interference.

  138. Trump’s Elite Circle Opinion, June 19

    A reader is perplexed that Trump supporters cite anti-elitism as a reason for voting for him.

  139. $24.8 Million Raised in 24 Hours: Trump Adds to His Financial Advantage U.S., June 19

    President Trump’s fund-raising haul for his re-election kickoff was more than five leading Democrats raised in their first 24 hours — combined.

  140. The Trump Show, Season 2, Begins Opinion, June 19

    To hear the president tell it, the battle for the apocalypse has been joined.

  141. Pelosi Dismisses Censuring Trump: ‘If the Goods Are There, You Must Impeach’ U.S., June 19

    The House speaker still does not want to start an impeachment inquiry, but she ruled out censure as insufficient.

  142. E.P.A. Finalizes Its Plan to Replace Obama-Era Climate Rules Climate, June 19

    The new measure will very likely prompt a flurry of legal challenges. If upheld in court, it could tie the hands of future presidents on global warming.

  143. Trump 2016 Returns, This Time as Nostalgia Act Arts, June 19

    In his re-election kickoff rally, the reality-show president tries a different (but similar) genre: the TV reboot.

  144. Give Joe a Break Opinion, June 19

    Talking about compromise is smart.

  145. Trump Is Changing the Shape of the Democratic Party, Too Opinion, June 19

    In reaction to his provocations, many white Democrats are seeing race relations in a new light.

  146. Trump’s Re-election Rally Podcasts, June 19

    The president opened his 2020 bid in Florida with a familiar message. We look at what the rally signals about the campaign ahead.

  147. Hope Hicks Declines to Answer Lawmakers’ Questions on Transition and White House U.S., June 19

    Behind closed doors, lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee pressed Ms. Hicks, one of Mr. Trump’s closest former aides, for nearly seven hours on Wednesday.

  148. The Fed May Give Trump His Rate Cut. The Question Is When. Business, June 19

    The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged but opened the door to a future rate cut if risks to economic growth intensify.

  149. Globalization Is Moving Past the U.S. and Its Vision of World Order Business, June 19

    As President Trump deploys tariffs as weapons in international disputes, he has ceded the American role as champion of global trade.

  150. 2020 Democrats on Trump’s Legal Issues Interactive, June 19

    We asked the candidates whether they think President Trump committed crimes in office.