Former President George W. Bush, the 43rd president, delivered a eulogy for the 41st president and his father, George Bush. Here are those remarks.
The United States’ five living presidents and about a dozen current and former heads of state will attend the services at the National Cathedral.
Mr. Meacham, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and former President George Bush forged a deeply personal connection that was unusual for most historians and their subjects.
In retirement, the 41st and 43rd presidents could finally focus on the things that parents and children focus on when the parents grows older.
The highly choreographed spectacle, a fitting bookend to the heavily scripted inaugural ritual, offers Americans a welcome chance for reflection.
The National Republican Congressional Committee said it had reported the breach to the F.B.I. but acknowledged that it had otherwise kept the hack secret for months.
A hastily organized White House meeting came as fears were rising in Europe that the president may follow through on threats to impose car tariffs.
From Houston to Washington, the former president will be remembered in a series of memorial services this week. Here are The New York Times’s best photos.
Ms. Daniels, a pornographic film actress, was interviewed by the journalist Sally Quinn on Monday at a bookstore in Washington.
Thirty-two Democrats who will serve in the House next year voted in a secret ballot on Wednesday against Representative Nancy Pelosi’s ascent to the speakership. These are the known dissenters so far.
Starting with the blood-red trees, it became abundantly clear this week that not even the frothiest of White House holiday events would be carried without the requisite Trump-era criticisms and presidential complaints.
Vice president and first lady Rosario Murillo, along with a top aide, was targeted with penalties aimed at ending a harsh crackdown.
Representative Seth Moulton said that his efforts to deny Nancy Pelosi the speaker’s gavel were “bigger than her.” But nine more Democrats said they would not support her without rule changes.
John Ismay, a reporter for At War, explains his interest in developments and trends in the arms industry that may influence how wars are fought in the future.
The Federalist Society’s celebration of Brett Kavanaugh is a reminder that social control can shape the way justices approach their jobs.
There is plenty of art to see now in the nation’s capital, but three exhibitions stand out: Bill Traylor’s iconic drawings, Dawoud Bey’s haunting portraits and the savoir faire of Senegalese women.
The new book, “Team of Vipers,” is written by Cliff Sims, a former aide in the White House communications office who had previously worked on the Trump campaign.
As Nancy Pelosi insisted she had enough support for the role, Democrats wrestled with the importance of keeping a woman in the top job after a “pink wave” delivered the party back to the majority.
And is President Trump actually good for the Republican Party?
Amazon is not in the business of saving your hometown.
Readers worry about how the two locations chosen might be changed for the worse by the arrival of the retailer.