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The Federal Reserve is wrapping up its post-crisis economic stimulus campaign, and said the next step would come “relatively soon,” so long as moderate economic growth continues.
White House officials highlighted President Trump’s negotiations with the world’s largest contract electronics maker, to secure the project, which they said would represent a $10 billion investment.
The legislative showdown will continue Wednesday as the Senate considers various measures to replace the health law.
Margot Sanger-Katz, a New York Times correspondent, explains the implications of a new, more modest health care bill Republicans are working on.
California wants to cut greenhouse gas emissions more than even President Barack Obama had proposed. But can the state pull it off, or will it falter?
President Trump said the military cannot be burdened with what he called “the tremendous medical costs” of allowing transgender service members.
President Trump has reversed an Obama administration policy that evolved rapidly. Here is how The Times covered the issue.
The president’s third straight day of publicly complaining about Jeff Sessions, the attorney general, came during speculation that Mr. Trump could fire Mr. Sessions.
Senator Susan Collins, Republican of Maine, and Senator Jack Reed, Democrat of Rhode Island, were recorded disparaging President Trump and another G.O.P. lawmaker.
His one-man show, “The Terms of My Surrender,” is opening at the Belasco Theater. But theater audiences in New York may already be part of his choir.
David J. Apol has sought to loosen ethics requirements on federal employees, and will face an early test when he makes a decision on Anthony Scaramucci.
The Space Corps, which would be created within the Air Force, has formidable skeptics, including the defense secretary and members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
A public outcry led the Coast Guard to ease a security zone at Trump National Golf Club on the river for boats, kayaks and other watercraft.
President Trump’s nominee for a top Justice Department role said he would not have done work for the bank had he known for sure that he would be tapped by the administration.
The attorney general told cities and states they could lose millions of dollars in federal grants unless they cooperate with immigration agents.
The president escaped Washington in search of more appreciative audiences and found that he still enjoys campaign-style rallies.
The fact that the plan came up well short of even 50 votes was an ominous sign for Republican leaders still grappling with a formula to pass final health care legislation later this week.
The estimate significantly shortens the time that analysts believed it would take the regime to develop a weapon capable of reaching the continental United States.