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Mr. Cohen’s Showtime series, “Who Is America,” has used deception to embarrass G.O.P. figures, similar to the way Mr. O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has targeted liberals.
President Trump threatened Iran after the country’s president, Hassan Rouhani, himself warned of a confrontation that would be the “mother of all wars.”
Jared Kushner and his partner in peacemaking, Jason D. Greenblatt, have declared that no foreign investors will pour money into Gaza during what they call a Hamas-driven conflict.
To capitalize on the link to Melania Trump, shopkeepers in Sevnica brand everything from slippers to salami with her name. For some, the novelty is wearing thin.
Mr. Spencer, a Georgia lawmaker who proposed a bill that could have banned facial veils in public, was duped into an embarrassing appearance in “Who Is America?”
In recent weeks, more than two dozen measures have been proposed to remove protections for species and weaken the law, which critics say impedes people’s livelihoods.
Documents released over the weekend plainly demonstrated that key elements of Republicans’ claims about the F.B.I.’s surveillance of Carter Page were misleading or false.
As the I.M.F. projected that the currently announced tariffs could reduce global economic output by $430 billion in 2020, the odds only appeared to grow that friction will intensify.
The Trump Organization has struck just one new hotel deal since the president took office. It’s with two brothers doing business in rural Mississippi.
Opposition to the president is motivating many more Democratic voters in local races, creating an intensity gap, governors say.
The Fox News anchor follows his aggressive interview of the Russian president with a vacation — to St. Petersburg.
Welcome to Wichita, Kan., the biggest city in a state that hasn’t sent a Democrat to Congress in a decade. Can Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders’s support for an insurgent candidate help change that?
Congressional Republicans have responded to Russia’s attacks with conflicting impulses, pressing to sanction Moscow even as some undercut the investigations.
The Trump administration hopes to cut red tape by establishing a single Medicare rate for office visits. But the change could reduce payments for the sickest patients, doctors warn.
President Trump claimed that the surveillance warrant against Mr. Page proves wrongdoing on the part of the F.B.I. in asking to wiretap the former aide.
More people than ever are discussing periods in public, including a push for “menstrual equity” and an end to tampon taxes. We explain.
Federal authorities believe that American Media Inc. acted more as a political supporter than as a news organization as it helped Michael D. Cohen suppress embarrassing coverage.
At a rally, Vice President Mike Pence urged Republicans to vote for Brian Kemp in a runoff on Tuesday. Mr. Kemp has said he would be a “politically incorrect” governor, worrying some Republicans.
Mr. Coats, the nation’s top intelligence chief, said his “admittedly awkward” reaction to President Trump’s invitation was not intended to be critical.