The article is a notable rebuke by a family member to Mr. Miller, who is one of the most fervent public defenders of President Trump’s immigration policies.
A tweet disparaging Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former aide, appeared to confirm the highly unusual agreements, which officials have declined to acknowledge for months.
“It was a dead-enders event from the get-go.” The alt-right’s sparse turnout at a Washington rally on Sunday illustrated a fracturing within the movement.
Mr. Strzok was one of the F.B.I.’s top counterintelligence officials. But his disparaging texts about President Trump handed a weapon to conservatives assailing the Russia investigation.
We are yet again reminded of how this president has hired people who reflect and reinforce his nastiness, neediness and narcissism.
She’s a venal scammer, but she’s right to tell all about Trump.
Both North Korea and South Korea want to start the process toward a peace treaty in the decades-long war, but Washington is standing in the way.
The president attended a bill signing in Fort Drum, N.Y., and then criticized the Democrats at a fund-raiser for Representative Claudia Tenney.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei went further than he had before in blaming President Hassan Rouhani for the failing nuclear deal and Iran’s economic travails.
In a pair of tweets, Representative Robert W. Goodlatte’s son made it clear he wants change: “I’m deeply embarrassed” by “my father’s grandstanding.”
While signing the annual funding bill, President Trump inaccurately claimed that the amount was “historic” and the military had “never” previously received funding.
The president avoided reading the name of the military spending bill — which would have meant mentioning the ailing senator and Trump critic — during his speech or the signing ceremony.
The Maine governor’s legacy is a better economy but a more contentious atmosphere. He balanced the budget, but will anyone remember that amid all the fussing?
The Obama Justice Department fought voter-ID laws, aggressive purges of voter rolls and dilution of minority votes. Under President Trump, the department often does the opposite.
Voters will have to make up their own minds about how the puzzle pieces fit together.
A proposed rule would make it difficult for immigrants and their family members who use government services to obtain permanent residency, city officials said.
Readers discuss an Op-Ed article decrying Democrats’ “inflammatory rhetoric.”
Which should surprise no one, including the G.O.P who sold it.
Reporters and news assistants in the Washington bureau have developed a series of tactics to manage the trial’s demands.
The former Trump campaign chairman’s trial has ripped away the facade of a man who worked for the campaign for free, intimating he was too rich to need the money.
The recording, played on “Meet the Press,” revealed the White House chief of staff suggesting that Ms. Manigault Newman could face damage to her reputation if she did not leave quietly.
Turkish banks’ ability to swap liras for foreign currencies was curbed. The lira has been dropping since President Trump said he would raise tariffs on Turkish imports.
The statement by Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer, contradicted a memo by James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, as well as his own previous comments.
The president’s comments on Lisa Page and Nellie Ohr made clear his disdain for the two women, who have connections to the Russia inquiry.
President Vladimir V. Putin has nimbly exploited differences between Washington and its allies, but he has yet to translate that into fewer sanctions against Russia.
The Trump administration has forced the World Trade Organization into the tough spot of having to make a ruling that could cause problems whatever it does.
Democrats hope to swing back in their favor a state that played an unexpectedly pivotal role in President Trump’s victory. But it may be too late.
A reader says President Trump takes credit only for good things, not bad ones.
The president inflicts pain, all right.
President Trump issued a general call for unity a year after the violence in Charlottesville, Va., saying that he condemns “all types of racism and acts of violence.”
The broadside included some of President Trump’s harshest language yet against the attorney general, whom he criticized as “Missing in Action.”
An expert on voter suppression, he will help keep Georgia red.
No parent wants to put his or her child’s life at risk. But for families like mine, crossing the border was our only hope for a better future.
Activists have mustered seven-figure war chests and troops on the ground, but little energy to stop Judge Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation has materialized.
Trump’s winning coalition and its weaknesses.
Trump administration officials say they will still allow states to impose work requirements on Medicaid beneficiaries, despite a federal court ruling that blocked such requirements in Kentucky.
A move by the company has put one of the country’s most iconic brands in the uncomfortable position of clashing with a president who is immensely popular with most of its customers.
This is Sturgis: A massive biker rally in South Dakota. Harley-Davidson has always been a mainstay here, but since the company announced that it’s moving some production overseas, some die-hard fans are questioning their loyalty.
Mrs. Obama said, “When they go low, we go high.” In his first speech as a prospective presidential candidate, Mr. Avenatti told Democrats to “fight fire with fire” instead.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, in her most drastic move to deregulate for-profit colleges, announced she would end a rule to force them to prove the gainful employment of their graduates.
Glenn Kessler’s database of presidential untruths will become a reference, a talisman.
Three friends of the president have quietly influenced decisions at the Department of Veterans Affairs, including the firing of the secretary. They seem to be growing bolder.
The view of President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee about the separation of powers may please Mr. Trump. But Democrats will want to ask more questions about his views.
Unilateral actions against Turkey by the United States will undermine American interests and force Turkey to look for other friends and allies.
As Presidents Trump and Erdogan feud, the alliance between the United States and Turkey grows ever more frayed.
Pyongyang wants the U.S. to formally declare the end of the Korean War before it begins dismantling its nuclear arsenal. Officials said that was not part of the Singapore deal.
The case of a detained American pastor seemed to trigger the latest salvo. But a long list of complaints has been building between the two NATO allies.
Several recent developments in the Russia investigation have placed Mr. Stone in increasing legal jeopardy.
The president holds chummy meetings with Vladimir Putin, while his administration imposes new sanctions.
Twenty months after the president-elect reached a deal to keep blue-collar jobs from leaving the country, absenteeism plagues the Indiana plant.
Frustrated by Turkish delays in releasing an American pastor, President Trump announced economic sanctions as Turkey’s currency plummets.
Both presidents have had trouble turning better times into higher approval ratings. But this time the challenge is in the hands of a salesman.
The clash over the proposal exposes the tensions within the E.P.A. over the Trump administration’s efforts to roll back environmental regulations.
Months after Paul Manafort left Donald J. Trump’s presidential campaign, he still sought to use that connection to bail himself out of financial trouble, a banker’s testimony showed.
The package landed on a New Jersey field with a note assuring that the device was not a bomb and wishing the president a “great round of golf.”
When sloppily cherry-picking isolated numbers, they disrespect our intelligence and our democracy.
Omarosa Manigault Newman writes in a new memoir that she never heard President Trump use the slur, but says there are tapes to prove it.
Readers have asked about the kind of public information requests our journalists make. Two of our investigative reporters explain how this worked with recent requests on President Trump’s Supreme Court nomination.
Modern economies alternate between booms and recessions for reasons that are imperfectly understood and generally outside a president’s control.
A reader worries that the comics are “driving the polarization that’s tearing the country apart.”
Omarosa Manigault Newman writes in a new memoir that she never heard President Trump use the slur but says there are tapes to prove it.
New data offers a more nuanced look at this group beyond “white men without a college degree.”
West told Mr. Kimmel that his support for the president was “not about policies,” but because it represented “doing what you felt, no matter what anyone said.”
Viktor and Amalija Knavs had a private naturalization ceremony in Lower Manhattan, after being sponsored by their daughter in a program President Trump wants to end.
John R. Bolton, the national security adviser, pushed NATO ambassadors to finish a critical policy document before the alliance’s summit meeting last month so the president could not reject it.
Mr. Avenatti, President Trump’s tormentor, said he is “strongly considering” running for president in 2020. He is attending a major Democratic dinner in Iowa this week.
A Russian aluminum giant got a break that had eluded most others. Then it unraveled after Commerce officials realized it had been granted in error.
A private conversation during the Paul Manafort trial concerned whether investigators had asked a cooperating witness about the Trump campaign.
Vice President Mike Pence gave details about President Trump’s plan to create a military force for space. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is now onboard with the plan.
The email, part of a trove of about 5,700 documents involving Brett M. Kavanaugh’s time in the George W. Bush administration, appears likely to be a focus at his Supreme Court confirmation hearing.
The Trump administration is tolerating abuses by Saudi Arabia instead of defending its democratic ally, Canada.
Data offers a more nuanced look at this group and how their feelings about the president might have shifted since the election.
The end of the three-month review brings prosecutors one step closer to deciding whether to file charges against Mr. Cohen or to seek his cooperation.
The message Judge T.S. Ellis III gives lawyers in his court is clear: Keep questions on point, move briskly and show some respect.
Ms. Provost had been the acting chief for over a year and is promoted at a moment of transition as the agency looks to add 5,000 agents.
Representative Dave Brat’s stunning victory in 2014 showed the power of insurgency. But he is facing an uprising of his own among Democratic women in his Virginia congressional district.
Moscow’s financial markets were in turmoil after the United States announced the measures it would take in response to the use of a rare nerve agent.
Surging newsprint costs are adding to the woes of struggling local newspapers, forcing them to reduce staff and publication days.
The ruling by a federal appeals court was a major setback for the pesticide industry, which had successfully lobbied the Trump administration to reject a ban.
Candidates in different states are testing out the electoral power of the left and the center.
A reader wonders how it is that the president can dictate the questions asked in an interview with the special counsel.
Readers discuss President Trump’s attacks on the press as an “enemy of the people” and a threatening phone call to a Times columnist.
Granting clemency was long a cumbersome bureaucratic process. That has changed under President Trump.
A federal court in Houston heard arguments on a bid to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. But the fate of the program is complicated.
The sanctions are part of anti-Russian efforts by the United States, even as President Trump works to forge warmer ties.
President Trump and his chaotic, controversy-laden tenure are at least partly responsible for creating a toxic political climate for the Republican candidates he is trying to save.
Representative Collins, one of President Trump’s earliest and most vocal supporters, is accused of using inside information about a new drug to avoid losses.
Spa owners and authors appear eligible for the new break for professionals, along with some of President Trump’s real estate entities. Doctors, however, are out of luck.
The bigger the dad, the bigger the trouble.
The president, either willfully ignorant or playing to his base, tweets nonsense about the California wildfires and refuses to acknowledge the role of climate change in the disaster.
While American companies and consumers are paying the price for tariffs, China protects its factories and investors.
Negotiations between the president’s lawyers and the special counsel over whether Mr. Trump will voluntarily answer questions have dragged on for months.
Representative Collins, one of President Trump’s earliest and most vocal supporters, is accused of using inside information about a new drug to avoid losses.
After Rick Gates provided hours of damning testimony, Paul Manafort’s lawyers fought back by attacking his character and accusing him of lying.
In his race to be Kansas’ next governor, Kris Kobach represents the ugliest part of today’s Republican Party. He also sounds a lot like the president.
Beneath the acrimony, two potential paths for China seem to be emerging in the trade war with the United States.
Just a little wave of disgust among Republican moderates is all that is needed to turn several key states from red to blue.
In this week's newsletter, we've got a bit about everyone's favorite summer pest, and about Trump’s plan to freeze standards on automobile pollution.
President Trump claimed that Senate and House candidates he endorses will always win. But four candidates he has backed have lost their races.
The race, between the sitting governor and a hard-right challenger, served as a test of President Trump’s growing influence over the Republican party.
Democratic politicians should stop acting like internet trolls.
After he called burqa-wearing women “letter boxes” and “bank robbers,” his detractors sensed a not-so-subtle effort to claim the populist mantle in British politics.
The party wildly outperformed expectations, raising hopes for a big November.
Federal immigration agents apprehended about 2,900 fewer migrants at the border with Mexico in July. The drop follows a springtime spike in arrests.
More Republicans are needed, Mr. Giuliani says, but simple explanations are rarely the right ones.
As speaker of the House, the Republican lawmaker should be at the peak of his powers. Instead, he’s walking away.
The “Daily Show” host has been relishing the news coming out of Manafort’s trial, particularly the testimony from Gates, his former right-hand man.
Despite millions of dollars in advertising and interventions from President Trump and Vice President Pence, the Republican candidate had a razor-thin lead over a little-known Democrat.
The prosecution’s star witness, Rick Gates, detailed a yearslong fraud by Paul Manafort. Defense lawyers assailed Mr. Gates’s credibility, pointing to thefts, lies and an extramarital affair.
One of the two pillars of the West is in jeopardy.
Officials could deny legal status to immigrants who accept food stamps or other benefits. Republicans are poised to make it a powerful election year issue.
Kristin M. Davis, a former Manhattan procuress, is testifying this week before a grand jury looking at ties between Russia and President Trump’s campaign.
Donald Trump’s “look over there” media strategy is a trap that keeps Democrats from focusing public attention on his bad policies.
Paul Manafort, the former campaign chairman for President Trump, is being tried on charges of bank and tax fraud in a case stemming from the special counsel’s investigation.
The state’s rebuttal lays out a road map to California’s legal strategy against the federal government in coming months and years.
On the 22nd night of a series of protests, cast members from “Wicked,” “Hamilton” and other shows sang songs meant to evoke a political edge or offer a tinge of hope for the hundreds of demonstrators.
The budget deficit is growing much faster than any increase in tariff revenue.
With Turkish-American relations souring, the focus should be on freeing imprisoned American citizens and the Turkish staff of the United States Embassy.
It does still need some draining.
A resolution by the City Council there was largely meaningless because West Hollywood has no authority over the Walk of Fame, which is in Los Angeles.
A reader highlights the fact that aides were worried about what Donald Trump would do during an “unsupervised” trip to one of his golf resorts.
Republicans have deployed a polarizing message and millions of advertising dollars in an attempt to rescue what used to be a reliably conservative congressional seat.
Victory may go to the side that best understands the other — and Americans would do well not to underestimate Chinese resolve.
Jimmy Kimmel took aim at the president for tweeting that Donald Trump Jr. met with Russian officials before the election “to get information on an opponent.”
For decades, Mr. Gates was right-hand man to Mr. Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman who is accused of tax and bank fraud.
Thanks to Trump, Democrats have a shot in Orange County.
There are more signs of a slowdown as the tax cuts’ stimulus proves weak, temporary and maybe even counterproductive.
President Trump’s lawyer, defending the younger Mr. Trump’s meeting with Russians, said nobody has pointed to any law that may have been violated. Here are several.
The Trump administration is betting that the sanctions, which had been lifted under the 2015 nuclear accord that the president abandoned, will force Iran to curb its weapons program.
New passenger planes landed at Tehran’s airport, Iranians bought gold and other bulwarks against economic distress and the government introduced measures to ease the hardship.
The president’s tweets appeared to conflate water-management issues that have no bearing on the state’s battle against wildfires, experts said.
The Department of Homeland Security did not fully consider where barriers were needed or how their cost could vary based on factors like terrain, a Government Accountability Office report says.
The company, which imports much of its aluminum from its facilities in Canada, asked the administration for an exemption.
In providing his support in the governor’s race, the president ignored concerns that Mr. Kobach’s hard-right positions are too polarizing for a general election
Federal officials got a skeptical reaction from state insurance regulators on the value of the plans promoted by the president as a cheap alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
Kris Kobach, a Trump ally, holds hard-line positions on immigration and voting rights. Should he win the Republican primary for governor over the incumbent, Gov. Jeff Colyer, many Democrats think their nominee stands a chance of winning in the gen...
Kristin M. Davis, a former procuress, is likely to be asked about her long friendship with Roger J. Stone Jr., a political adviser to President Trump.
Readers worry about a generation growing up amid divisiveness, fear and hate.
Readers discuss the president’s attack on the N.B.A. star after his critical remarks in a CNN interview.
Some people changed which party’s nominee they voted for from 2012 to 2016. They are key to who wins the House and Senate.
The lawyer’s self-sure ways and penchant for media spectacle have led some to characterize him as the anti-Trump.
Nucor and United States Steel have exercised veto power, so far without fail, over other companies, forcing them to buy their products instead of steel from abroad.
President Trump claimed that the June 2016 meeting was “totally legal,” though it is a key subject of the investigation by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III.
Politicians across the country who have been accused of sexual harassment or other misconduct are running for office anyway. Some deny wrongdoing; others ask for a second chance.
Donald Trump tends to criticize the intelligence of blacks and women, above and beyond any other faults he finds with them.
The official economic indicators look pretty good. The trends in hourly pay do not.
After attacks on Stephen Curry and N.F.L. players, President Trump’s broadside on LeBron James followed an obvious pattern.
The Republican nominee for Senate in Virginia likes to engage the racial fringes of his party, creating a dilemma for mainstream G.O.P. leaders wary of his views.
In a deeply Democratic state, a Republican governor prospers. The president could ruin that.
When no one is trustworthy, you might as well trust a con artist.