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  1. A Nixonian Attorney General Opinion, Today

    William Barr vs. the Justice Department as we knew it.

  2. The Mueller Report Is Released Podcasts, Today

    We dig into the highly anticipated findings of the special counsel’s two-year investigation.

  3. Mueller Hints at a National-Security Nightmare Opinion, Today

    The missing piece of the report is a counterintelligence investigation that should set off alarm bells about our democracy and security.

  4. Trump-Nadler Feud, Renewed by Mueller Report New York, Today

    Friday: The prominent New Yorkers have been battling for decades.

  5. Mueller Findings Kick Off a Political Tug of War That’s Only Just Beginning U.S., Today

    Democrats appear to be gearing up, with Representative Jerrold Nadler of New York describing the report as a road map to holding the president accountable.

  6. Mueller Findings Kick Off a Political Tug of War That’s Only Just Beginning U.S., Today

    Democrats appear to be gearing up, with Representative Jerrold Nadler of New York describing the report as a road map to holding the president accountable.

  7. Live Briefing: A Post-Mueller-Report America U.S., Today

    A day after the release of the most anticipated report in years, Washington takes a breath, and a resolution seems anything but clear.

  8. Mueller Report Updates: Questions Remain After Special Counsel’s Findings U.S., Today

    A day after the release of the most anticipated report in years, Washington takes a breath, and a resolution seems anything but clear.

  9. Socialist! Capitalist! Economic Systems as Weapons in a War of Words Business, Today

    The economist Joseph Stiglitz discusses Bernie Sanders, social policy and how we define ourselves — and one another.

  10. Comparing Barr’s Excerpts With Mueller’s Report U.S., Today

    Attorney General William P. Barr sent a letter to Congress last month citing brief fragments from the Mueller report. Now that the document is public, his selections are coming under scrutiny.

  11. How Barr’s Excerpts Compare to the Mueller Report’s Findings U.S., Today

    Attorney General William P. Barr sent a letter to Congress last month citing brief fragments from the Mueller report. Now that the document is public, his selections are coming under scrutiny.

  12. Barr Is Right About Everything. Admit You Were Wrong. Opinion, Yesterday

    After Trump’s vindication, the liberal media and its allies in government should face a reckoning. I’m not holding my breath.

  13. Democrats Draw Closer to a Dicey Question: Whether to Impeach Trump U.S., Yesterday

    Democrats took the legal analysis in the special counsel’s report as a clear nod that Congress should make its own judgment on obstruction of justice.

  14. A Portrait of the White House and Its Culture of Dishonesty U.S., Yesterday

    At one juncture after another, the Mueller report describes how Mr. Trump made his troubles worse, giving into anger and grievance and lashing out in ways that turned advisers into witnesses against him.

  15. Mueller Report Leaves Unanswered Questions About Contacts Between Russians and Trump Aides U.S., Yesterday

    Starting during the campaign and through the transition, a parade of Russians dangled business deals, floated policy options and sought high-level meetings.

  16. Trump Ordered Aides to Search for Clinton Emails, While the Russians Already Were Looking U.S., Yesterday

    The incident is among the closest that investigators came to finding an instance in which Donald J. Trump appeared to use whatever means necessary to locate the emails.

  17. Trump Says He’s Having a ‘Good Day,’ but Avoids Questions U.S., Yesterday

    The president refused to budge from his initial assessment that the Mueller report was a total exoneration of his actions.

  18. The ‘On Politics’ Mueller Report Cheat Sheet U.S., Yesterday

    From the On Politics newsletter: The Times read all 448 pages of the special counsel’s report, so you don’t have to. Here are the highlights.

  19. In Divided Washington, Relief and Disappointment at Mueller’s Report U.S., Yesterday

    The stoic feelings of progressive Washington were similarly subdued in the city’s more conservative corners.

  20. It’s Not the Collusion, It’s the Corruption Opinion, Yesterday

    What the Mueller report says about our world.

  21. ‘This Is the End of My Presidency’: 4 Dramatic Moments From the Mueller Report U.S., Yesterday

    The report detailed private conversations and described the president’s despondent reaction to the appointment of the special counsel.

  22. Mr. Mueller’s Indictment Opinion, Yesterday

    The special counsel’s report reveals a pattern of deceit and dysfunction. What comes next is up to Congress.

  23. The Mueller Show: TV Hosts Unpack 448 Pages in Real Time Business, Yesterday

    What was billed as a series finale turned out to be more of a midseason cliffhanger.

  24. Reaction to Mueller Report, From Right, Left and Center U.S., Yesterday

    Writers across the political spectrum responded to the public release of the report and the news conference by Attorney General William P. Barr.

  25. The Mueller Report Is 448 Pages Long. You Need to Know These 7 Key Things. U.S., Yesterday

    The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, produced a report of more than 400 pages that painted a deeply unflattering picture of President Trump but stopped short of accusing him of criminal wrongdoing.

  26. The Mueller Report Is 448 Pages Long. You Need to Know These 7 Key Things. U.S., Yesterday

    The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, produced a report of more than 400 pages that painted a deeply unflattering picture of President Trump but stopped short of accusing him of criminal wrongdoing.

  27. Trump’s Nafta Revisions Offer Modest Economic Benefits, Report Finds Business, Yesterday

    A government study challenges the president’s claims that the proposed North American trade pact makes far-reaching changes to the 1994 agreement.

  28. What We Learned From the Mueller Report Opinion, Yesterday

    The report’s release left readers with many questions and concerns.

  29. Mueller Left Open the Door to Charging Trump After He Left Office U.S., Yesterday

    The special counsel’s report laid out a series of actions President Trump took that show a leader intent on controlling the Russia investigation.

  30. Mueller Rejects View That Presidents Can’t Obstruct Justice U.S., Yesterday

    The special counsel’s rationale for demurring on the question of obstruction of justice stood in stark contrast to that of the attorney general, William P. Barr.

  31. The Mueller Report, Vol. 1 & 2 Opinion, Yesterday

    Ft. Abraham Lincoln.

  32. National Enquirer to Be Sold to James Cohen, Heir to Hudson News Founder Business, Yesterday

    A new buyer for the tabloid swooped in after talks between its publisher, American Media, and the billionaire Ron Burkle fell apart.

  33. Mueller’s Damning Report Opinion, Yesterday

    It lays out everything Congress needs to investigate the president for obstruction of justice.

  34. Mueller Reveals Trump’s Efforts to Thwart Russian Inquiry in Highly Anticipated Report U.S., Yesterday

    The Mueller team ultimately decided not to charge the president, citing numerous legal and factual constraints, but pointedly declined to exonerate him.

  35. Mueller Reveals Trump’s Efforts to Thwart Russian Inquiry in Highly Anticipated Report U.S., Yesterday

    The Mueller team ultimately decided not to charge the president, citing numerous legal and factual constraints, but pointedly declined to exonerate him.

  36. The Mueller Report’s Free, but Publishers Are Selling It as a Book Business, Yesterday

    A number of book publishers are selling the report, released on Thursday, even though it can be read for free online.

  37. The Mueller Report’s Free, but Publishers Are Selling It as a Book Business, Yesterday

    A number of book publishers are selling the report, released on Thursday, even though it can be read for free online.

  38. 2020 Democratic Candidates React to Barr’s Framing of Mueller Report U.S., Yesterday

    Elizabeth Warren said William Barr, the attorney general, was acting like a “publicist” for President Trump, and Kamala Harris said Mr. Barr’s news conference was “filled with political spin.”

  39. 2020 Democratic Candidates Target Barr Over Mueller Report U.S., Yesterday

    “He’s behaving as the president’s personal lawyer,” Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said. “He’s not behaving as the attorney general of the United States.”

  40. The Episodes of Potential Obstruction of Justice by Trump in the Mueller Report U.S., Yesterday

    Here are the key moments in the investigation into whether President Trump obstructed justice.

  41. Barr’s Defense of Trump Rewards the President With the Attorney General He Wanted U.S., Yesterday

    At his news conference before he released the report of the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, Mr. Barr gave a forceful defense of the president.

  42. Barr’s Defense of Trump Rewards the President With the Attorney General He Wanted U.S., Yesterday

    At a news conference before he released the special counsel’s report, William P. Barr presented the findings in the best possible light for the president.

  43. Read the Mueller Report: Searchable Document and Index Interactive, Yesterday

    The findings from the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, are now available to the public. The redacted report details his two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

  44. Don’t Trust Barr. Verify His Redactions. Opinion, Yesterday

    The Trump administration hasn’t earned the benefit of the doubt from the American people. Both parties must see the uncensored Mueller report.

  45. How Will History Judge Barr’s Redactions? Opinion, Yesterday

    Considering his behavior in the shadow of Watergate, when someone erased a crucial stretch of audiotape to protect the president.

  46. Mueller Report Excerpts: Live Analysis U.S., Yesterday

    Times reporters are reading and analyzing the redacted Mueller report, released on Thursday.

  47. Mueller Report Excerpts: Live Analysis U.S., Yesterday

    Times reporters are reading and analyzing the redacted Mueller report, released on Thursday.

  48. Excerpts and Analysis From the Mueller Report U.S., Yesterday

    The Justice Department released a redacted version of the special counsel’s report on Thursday. Times reporters uncovered the biggest findings and shared excerpts and analysis.

  49. One of the Deadliest Places on the Southwest Border U.S., Yesterday

    In this week’s Crossing the Border newsletter, a trip to Brooks County, deep in South Texas brush country, where the terrain is deadly.

  50. North Korea’s Latest Weapons Test: Short in Range but Long in Message World, Yesterday

    Experts say Kim Jong-un is returning to saber rattling as he tries to regain leverage over President Trump after their failed summit meeting in Vietnam.

  51. Mueller Report Is Released: Live Updates U.S., Yesterday

    The Justice Department has released a redacted version of the report by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, who investigated Russian election interference, any ties to the Trump campaign and possible presidential obstruction.

  52. What We Know So Far From the Mueller Report U.S., Yesterday

    The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, investigated Russian election interference, ties to the Trump campaign and possible presidential obstruction of justice. His report has been released.

  53. What’s Really Going On in the Democratic Primary? Opinion, Yesterday

    Bundlers and endorsers are out. Ears and eyeballs are in.

  54. Ilhan Omar, Harbinger of Democratic Decline? Opinion, Yesterday

    With political power comes rhetorical responsibility.

  55. Stephen Colbert Catches Himself Putting All His Eggs in the Mueller Report Basket Arts, Yesterday

    Colbert joked sarcastically that the Mueller report would “undoubtedly blow the lid off of Donald Trump’s corruption.”

  56. U.S. Scholar Who Advises Trump Says China Blocked His Visa Application World, Yesterday

    The scholar, Michael Pillsbury, said the move seemed to be in retaliation for American restrictions on visas for visiting Chinese scholars.

  57. What to Watch Ahead of Mueller Report Release U.S., Yesterday

    The findings of the investigation by special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, will be made public on Thursday.

  58. The Mueller Report: What to Watch For Today U.S., Yesterday

    It’s finally happening: The findings of the investigation by special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, will be made public.

  59. HUD Moves to Limit Public Housing Aid for Undocumented Immigrants U.S., April 17

    The rule would require expanded use of a verification system meant to confirm a person’s immigration and citizenship status and determine whether people are eligible for benefits.

  60. Trump Administration Announces New Restrictions on Dealing With Cuba World, April 17

    Some whose property had been seized by the Castro government hailed a decision to allow lawsuits for reparations.

  61. Politics Lost in Translations Opinion, April 17

    One Democrat speaks more languages than Donald Trump’s wives.

  62. Jorge Ramos: AMLO Is Not Our Boss Opinion, April 17

    The Mexican president has systematically discredited journalists and media outlets. He is powerful and popular but he is not untouchable.

  63. North Korea Tests New Weapon World, April 17

    North Korea had declared a moratorium on missile tests after the launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile in November 2017.

  64. An Inside Job at Interior Opinion, April 17

    The new secretary, David Bernhardt, is under investigation on complaints that, as deputy, he used his office to advance the interests of former lobbying clients.

  65. Attorney General Will Hold News Conference on Mueller Report Release on Thursday U.S., April 17

    A Justice Department spokeswoman did not say when the report itself would be released.

  66. White House and Justice Dept. Officials Discussed Mueller Report Before Release U.S., April 17

    Some of President Trump’s advisers are concerned about whether he will retaliate against them if the report reveals them as sources of damaging details.

  67. White House and Justice Dept. Officials Discussed Mueller Report Before Release U.S., April 17

    Some of President Trump’s advisers are concerned about whether he will retaliate against them if the report reveals them as sources of damaging details.

  68. What Is Asylum and Who Can Seek It? Explaining Trump’s New Restrictions U.S., April 17

    Attorney General William P. Barr issued an order that could keep thousands of migrants seeking asylum in jail while they wait for their requests to be evaluated by a judge.

  69. What Is Asylum and Who Can Seek It? Explaining Trump’s New Restrictions U.S., April 17

    Attorney General William P. Barr issued an order that could keep thousands of migrants seeking asylum in jail while they wait for their requests to be evaluated by a judge.

  70. Furor and Threats Over Remarks by Ilhan Omar Opinion, April 17

    Readers discuss attacks on the Muslim congresswoman, and how Democrats are torn over how to respond.

  71. Treasury Issues Rules on Tax Breaks for Opportunity Zones Business, April 17

    The move lays out criteria for the program after some critics said it risked funneling money to real estate rather than start-up businesses.

  72. Monica Crowley, a Fox News Fixture, Is Said to Get a Top Treasury Job Business, April 17

    The choice of Ms. Crowley for the Treasury’s top communications role comes about two years after she withdrew as a candidate for other administration jobs in the face of plagiarism accusations.

  73. Which 2020 Underdogs Stand a Chance? Opinion, April 17

    And what would a better immigration system look like?

  74. Trump’s Budget Is Full of Cuts Aimed at People With Disabilities Opinion, April 17

    Funding for the Special Olympics may have been restored, but many more important programs are still on the chopping block.

  75. If Trump Country Soars, Will the President Glide to a Second Term? Opinion, April 17

    The rate of job growth in Republican-leaning regions is outstripping the rate in more Democratic areas.

  76. Kimmel Suggests Bernie Sanders’s Cash-Heavy Campaign Could Spend a Bit on ‘Personal Grooming’ Arts, April 17

    The late-night hosts gave Sanders a light ribbing for his early successes in the presidential campaign.

  77. The Mueller Report Will Be Released on Thursday. Here’s a Guide. U.S., April 17

    The highly anticipated report will tell us a lot about Russia’s 2016 election interference, any contacts between Moscow and the Trump campaign and possible presidential obstruction.

  78. A President of the People or a President of His People? U.S., April 16

    While his predecessors sought to broaden their public support, President Trump appears to be heading into his re-election campaign sticking with his own tribe.

  79. In New Effort to Deter Migrants, Barr Withholds Bail to Asylum Seekers U.S., April 16

    Attorney General William Barr issued an order on Tuesday that could keep thousands of migrants in jail indefinitely while they wait for a resolution of their asylum request.

  80. Trump Vetoes Measure to Force End to U.S. Involvement in Yemen War U.S., April 16

    President Trump’s decision to reject the bipartisan resolution was the second time in a month that he has blocked legislation passed by both houses of Congress.

  81. This Just In! Waiting for Mueller, Trump Passes Time Commenting on the News U.S., April 16

    In speeches, in interviews and on Twitter this week, the president has been a kind of town crier as he opines on the day’s news developments.

  82. To Pressure Cuba, Trump Plans to Lift Limits on American Lawsuits U.S., April 16

    The move could open the door to thousands of legal actions against foreign companies and individuals accused of “trafficking” in seized property.

  83. Why Trump Won’t Stop Talking About Ilhan Omar Opinion, April 16

    The president is following a Republican playbook that is now nearly two decades old.

  84. Jimmy Fallon Parodies Pete Buttigieg, ‘the Boy Who Became Mayor’ Arts, April 16

    “By age 14, I knew I wanted to be president of the United States,” Fallon said, impersonating Buttigieg. “And, boy, the two years since have just flown by.”

  85. Mick Mulvaney’s Master Class in Destroying a Bureaucracy From Within Magazine, April 16

    The C.F.P.B. was created to protect Americans from predatory lenders after the financial crisis. President Trump’s new chief of staff took it apart on his way to White House.

  86. ‘Stop Sanders’ Democrats Are Agonizing Over His Momentum U.S., April 16

    Members of the party establishment who oppose Bernie Sanders have had discussions about how to handle his candidacy, while others warn of a schism within the party.

  87. Gina Haspel Relies on Spy Skills to Connect With Trump. He Doesn’t Always Listen. U.S., April 16

    Ms. Haspel, the C.I.A. director, has proved to be an adept tactician in dealing with the president, but there is little evidence he has heeded her work to change policy.

  88. Donald Trump, China Savior? Some Chinese Say Yes Business, April 16

    Business leaders and intellectuals say one of Beijing’s toughest critics could force the country to change. Still needed: voices of support from the inside.

  89. Trump’s History of Using 9/11 for Political Attacks New York, April 16

    Donald J. Trump has wielded the Sept. 11 attacks for many reasons, for a moment of somber reflection, for a campaign rallying cry and for personal gain.

  90. Anti-Zionists Deserve Free Speech Opinion, April 15

    The Trump administration bars a critic of Israel from America.

  91. Trump’s Nominees: Too Much Even for the Die-Hards Opinion, April 15

    Some are spectacularly unqualified, others so extreme as to alienate the president’s most conservative enablers.

  92. Bernie Sanders Has an Important Lesson for Republicans Opinion, April 15

    The G.O.P. could really use a remarkably successful policy entrepreneur.

  93. How Ilhan Omar Fits Into Trump’s New Culture War U.S., April 15

    In the On Politics newsletter: Mr. Trump has taken the old culture war mantra, “God, guns and gays,” and transformed it into “immigration, identity and Islamophobia.”

  94. Republicans Are the Real Extremists Opinion, April 15

    Conspiracy theorists and enemies of democracy, oh my.

  95. Five Lies Our Culture Tells Opinion, April 15

    The cultural roots of our political problems.

  96. Deutsche Bank Is Subpoenaed for Trump Records by House Democrats Business, April 15

    Subpoenas from the House’s Financial Services and Intelligence committees were the latest attempts by congressional Democrats to collect information about the finances of President Trump.

  97. U.S. Risks Roiling Oil Markets in Trying to Tighten Sanctions World, April 15

    Oil purchases by China and India are undermining United States sanctions on Iran and Venezuela, but halting them could come at a cost.

  98. Trump and Sanders Campaigns Lead 2020 Fund-Raising Race U.S., April 15

    Presidential campaigns were required to disclose their finances for the first quarter of the year by Monday night, a key moment in the early days of the race.

  99. Trump Says He Will Give Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom Sports, April 15

    The president has lavished praise on Woods, a golf and business partner, for winning the Masters on Sunday in a dramatic comeback.

  100. Trump Says He Will Give Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom Sports, April 15

    The president has lavished praise on Woods, a golf and business partner, for winning the Masters on Sunday in a dramatic comeback.

  101. The New York Times Just Won 2 Pulitzers. Read the Winning Work. Business, April 15

    The newspaper is recognized for its work in explanatory reporting and editorial writing.

  102. France and Belgium Refuse Support for New Trade Talks With the U.S. Business, April 15

    The decision doesn’t mean a halt to the negotiations, but the rift is practically unheard-of in the bloc’s recent history.

  103. Trump’s Attacks on Health Care Will Backfire Opinion, April 15

    The administration’s chaotic reversals on Obamacare could deprive millions of coverage.

  104. Trump Lawyer Urges Treasury Not to Release His Tax Returns U.S., April 15

    The Internal Revenue Service is facing an April 23 deadline to comply with a Congressional request.

  105. Mueller Report Will Be Released Thursday, Justice Dept. Says U.S., April 15

    The attorney general has promised that he would release a stripped-down version of the report after law-enforcement officials black out sensitive information.

  106. Mueller Report Will Be Released Thursday, Justice Dept. Says U.S., April 15

    The attorney general has promised that he would release a stripped-down version of the report after law enforcement officials blackout delicate information.

  107. Their Tax Rate Is 0% Opinion, April 15

    You should be jealous of Amazon, G.M. and Coors.

  108. DealBook Briefing: Goldman Says Trump Could Squeak a Win in 2020 Business, April 15

    Economists at the bank think the president has a “narrow” advantage over Democratic challengers in his re-election bid.

  109. South Korean President, Called ‘Officious’ by Kim Jong-un, Still Wants Another Summit World, April 15

    President Moon Jae-in made his overture days after the North Korean leader dismissed his mediating efforts between the North and the United States.

  110. South Korean President, Called ‘Officious’ by Kim Jong-un, Still Wants Another Summit World, April 15

    President Moon Jae-in made his overture days after the North Korean leader dismissed his mediating efforts between the North and the United States.

  111. In Attacking Ilhan Omar, Trump Revives His Familiar Refrain Against Muslims U.S., April 15

    The president hopes to resurrect a major theme of his 2016 campaign for his re-election bid in 2020. This time, he has picked a specific target.

  112. In Attacking Ilhan Omar, Trump Revives His Familiar Refrain Against Muslims U.S., April 15

    The president hopes to resurrect a major theme of his 2016 campaign for his re-election bid in 2020. This time, he has picked a specific target.

  113. On the Last Day to File Taxes, Here’s How the Trump Tax Cut Unfolded Business, April 15

    As the deadline for tax filing falls, the effects of the tax act are becoming clearer.

  114. In Search for Leverage, Trump May Be Undercutting His Own Trade Deals U.S., April 15

    President Trump’s unpredictable style has brought foreign countries to the negotiating table. But will it result in the United States leaving with more?

  115. Trump’s 2020 Campaign Raises Over $30 Million in First Quarter U.S., April 14

    Mr. Trump’s haul is about the size of what Senators Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris — the top two Democratic fund-raisers — raised combined in the first quarter.

  116. Trump’s 2020 Campaign Raises Over $30 Million in First Quarter U.S., April 14

    Mr. Trump’s haul is about the size of what Senators Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris — the top two Democratic fund-raisers — raised combined in the first quarter.

  117. Trump Sees an Obstacle to Getting His Way on Immigration: His Own Officials U.S., April 14

    The president’s removal of Department of Homeland Security officials was the culmination of months of clashes over policies many say were legally dubious, unethical or impractical.

  118. Pelosi Requests Security Review to Protect Ilhan Omar After Trump Tweet U.S., April 14

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s request, which came after President Trump tweeted a video attacking Ms. Omar using images of 9/11, was not based on new threats, an aide said.

  119. Pelosi Requests Security Review to Protect Ilhan Omar After Trump Tweet U.S., April 14

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s request, which came after President Trump tweeted a video attacking Ms. Omar using images of 9/11, was not based on new threats, an aide said.

  120. Don’t Let a Killer Pollutant Loose Opinion, April 14

    The Trump administration is moving to ease standards on a particularly deadly air contaminant.

  121. Trump’s Attack on Ilhan Omar: How the 2020 Democrats Diverged in Response U.S., April 14

    The question of how — and when — to engage with Mr. Trump’s political broadsides has become a dividing line among Democrats and party activists.

  122. Emboldened by His Attorney General, Trump Confronts Mueller Report Head-On U.S., April 14

    The president’s plan of attack is to act as if the report itself is extraneous to his attorney general’s brief letter, aides said.

  123. Those Cuban Ballplayers? They Won’t Be Coming Here Opinion, April 14

    President Trump killed a deal that would have allowed Cuban baseball players to enter the United States legally and safely.

  124. Face It: You (Probably) Got a Tax Cut Business, April 14

    Studies consistently find that the 2017 law cut taxes for most Americans. Most of them don’t buy it.

  125. Mitch McConnell, Never a Grandstander, Learns to Play by Trump’s Rules U.S., April 14

    The Senate majority leader, a tactician with few social graces, is learning to manage President Trump, even if he lacks the bonhomie that the president so craves.

  126. V.A. Officials, and the Nation, Battle an Unrelenting Tide of Veteran Suicides U.S., April 14

    High rates of homelessness, traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress and a military culture that can be resistant to seeking help are all aggravating factors for veterans.

  127. Julian Assange: Friend and Foe to Left and Right Video, April 13

    Over the years, the WikiLeaks founder has been embraced by everyone from Lady Gaga to Sean Hannity. But he’s also made enemies along the way. Our video shows how his anti-secrecy agenda has attracted, and repelled, people across the political spectrum.

  128. Everyone’s Income Taxes Should Be Public Opinion, April 13

    Disclosure of tax payments would make it easier to hold politicians accountable. It also would help to reduce fraud and economic inequality.

  129. The Week in Business: Uber’s Bumpy Ride and Apple’s Star-Studded Trial Business, April 13

    Plus, The National Enquirer is for sale, and Elon Musk must make nice with the S.E.C.

  130. As Fed Chief, Jerome Powell Navigates an Angry President and Turbulent Markets Business, April 13

    How Jerome H. Powell handles the next few months will be a critical test of his leadership skills, as he tries to guide the bank through a highly uncertain moment in the global economy.

  131. House Chairman Says Treasury’s Concerns Over Trump’s Tax Returns ‘Lack Merit’ U.S., April 13

    The tone of a lawmaker’s letter suggested Democrats are prepared to take their request to court, initiating what could be a protracted legal fight over Congress’s oversight powers.

  132. He Committed a $300 Million Fraud, but Left Prison Under Trump’s Justice Overhaul New York, April 13

    Hassan Nemazee, who once owned a $17.75 million Park Avenue duplex, had been serving a 12-year sentence. He benefited from a criminal justice bill signed by President Trump.

  133. Trump Assails Ilhan Omar With Video of 9/11 Attacks U.S., April 13

    The attack amplified a controversy that has been a focus of conservative news outlets, which have sought to elevate Ms. Omar, a Muslim lawmaker, as a political target.

  134. Rule Keeping Asylum Seekers in Mexico Can Temporarily Proceed, Court Says U.S., April 12

    An appeals court granted a stay four days after a lower court blocked what the Trump administration calls migration protection protocols.

  135. Kim Says He’s Open to Another Meeting With Trump, With Conditions World, April 12

    The North Korean leader says the United States should offer mutually acceptable terms by the end of the year.

  136. Trump Announces 5G Plan as White House Weighs Banning Huawei U.S., April 12

    President Trump has been considering an executive order that would ban Huawei and other Chinese telecom companies from building the next generation of wireless networks.

  137. Trump and the Annihilation of Shame Opinion, April 12

    Charles Van Doren’s death marks the end of an era.

  138. Agreement Allows 2,700 Children in Central America to Join Parents in U.S. U.S., April 12

    The children had previously been granted conditional approval to enter the country as refugees under an Obama-era initiative, until the Trump administration canceled the program.

  139. Grand Jury Indicts Chinese Woman on Charges of Lying and Trespass at Mar-a-Lago U.S., April 12

    A consultant from China who was arrested after entering President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort was indicted on charges of making false statements to federal officials.

  140. Grand Jury Indicts Chinese Woman on Charges of Lying and Trespass at Mar-a-Lago U.S., April 12

    A consultant from China who was arrested after entering President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort was indicted on charges of making false statements to federal officials.

  141. Is America Hopelessly Polarized, or Just Allergic to Politics? Opinion, April 12

    The good news about polarization is that it’s overstated — most Americans just really don’t like partisan squabbles.

  142. Gregory Craig Pleads Not Guilty to Lying to Justice Dept. U.S., April 12

    Mr. Craig, a White House counsel in the Obama administration, was arraigned in a case that grew out of the investigation by the special counsel.

  143. Trump Urged Homeland Security Official to Close Border Despite an Earlier Promise of a Delay U.S., April 12

    The conversation with Kevin McAleenan was another instance of the president trying to undo a decision and to stretch the boundaries of his power, even when told there were legal issues at stake.

  144. Fixing Immigration, Dispelling Fear Opinion, April 12

    Human Rights First says our borders are manageable, and a reader takes issue with the president’s remark that the country is “full.”

  145. Trump’s ‘Gift for Hatred’ Opinion, April 12

    A reader dissects the president’s appeal.

  146. Trump Says He Is Considering Releasing Migrants in ‘Sanctuary Cities’ U.S., April 12

    One high-profile sanctuary city, which limits how local law enforcement agencies cooperate with federal immigration officers, is San Francisco. It happens to be the home of Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

  147. With Polls and Private Meetings, Republicans Craft Blunt Messaging to Paint Democrats as Extreme U.S., April 12

    Republicans are poll-testing ways to portray Democrats as too extreme on issues like health care, abortion and the environment, and Democrats worry that the messaging is working.

  148. Mueller and the Media, Take Two Opinion, April 12

    Let’s try to do better this time.

  149. How to Break the Republican Lock on God Opinion, April 12

    The progressive leaders Pete Buttigieg and Stacey Abrams are confronting the hypocrisy of the religious right.

  150. Is Assange’s Arrest a Threat to the Free Press? Opinion, April 11

    He deserves his fate, but it sets a dangerous precedent.