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  1. Amid Transit Crisis, Cuomo Plans a Rare Visit to Washington Metro, Yesterday

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo will ask the transportation secretary for federal funding to help fix New York City’s deteriorating transit infrastructure.

  2. Scaramucci on Leaks: ‘I’m Going to Fire Everybody’ National, Yesterday

    Another member of the White House press shop resigned as President Trump’s new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, threatened to fire the whole staff to stop leaking.

  3. Trump May Turn to Anthony Scaramucci for White House Communications Post National, July 20

    Anthony Scaramucci, who successfully rebutted a CNN story about the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, may lead the White House’s communications strategy.

  4. Burundi Robotics Team Vanishes After U.S. Competition Foreign, July 20

    The police say foul play is not suspected in the disappearance of six students from the violence-plagued country. Two were reported seen in Canada.

  5. 29 Minutes From New York to Washington? Elon Musk Teases a New Hyperloop Business, July 20

    The entrepreneur said on Twitter that he had verbal approval to build a transportation artery connecting cities from New York to Washington D.C.

  6. Afghan Girls’ Robotics Team Wins Limelight at Competition Foreign, July 18

    Six girls from Herat, initially denied entry to the U.S. for the First Global robotics competition in Washington, are now the stars of the show.

  7. Trump Tweets ‘That’s Politics!’ About Son’s Meeting With Russian Lawyer National, July 17

    In the president’s newest tweet about his eldest son’s meeting, he described the gathering as routine and something almost anyone in politics would have wanted to attend.

  8. Trump Supporters Have a New Anthem, and It Came From Texas National, July 11

    A church choir and orchestra performed “Make America Great Again” earlier this month, and President Trump has spread it far and wide on Twitter.

  9. Steve Scalise Has Surgery to Control Infection After Shooting National, July 6

    Mr. Scalise, who was critically injured in a June 14 shooting during a congressional baseball practice, was moved back to the I.C.U. over concerns about infection.

  10. Steve Scalise Is Moved Back to I.C.U. Three Weeks After Shooting National, July 5

    A Washington hospital returned the No. 3 Republican in the House of Representatives to the intensive care unit over concerns about infection.

  11. A Cold War Summit Offers Lessons for Trump Before Putin Meeting Foreign, July 5

    A meeting of President John F. Kennedy and Nikita S. Khrushchev in 1961 points to the hazards of walking into such a session without clear strategic goals.