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The impressive early fund-raising haul by Mr. Sanders gives him bragging rights in a crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates.
President Trump’s efforts have exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice as Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, finishes his work.
Mr. Sanders, the runner-up in the 2016 Democratic primaries, is embarking on a bid that will test whether he can retain the anti-establishment appeal he enjoyed with liberals three years ago.
While nearby states have pushed to legalize recreational pot, some people in New Hampshire are resisting. After opioids, they wonder why anyone would expand access to drugs.
The internet is great at rooting out and freeze-framing interpersonal drama. It has become downright masterful during the Trump era, our critic writes.
On one side of the debate, Bernie Sanders promises a single-payer revolution. On the other, Amy Klobuchar and Sherrod Brown are calling for incremental change.
The Times won for coverage of the Trump family’s finances and social media companies’ privacy practices. And for the first time in its 70-year history, the program gave an award to a podcast.
An examination by The New York Times reveals the extent of President Trump’s assault on federal law enforcement, which has exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice.
In the On Politics newsletter: After shifting the Democratic Party to the left, Bernie Sanders could struggle to beat a crop of fresh-faced candidates who support many of the policies he championed.
After two years of aggressively overhauling education policy, the education secretary, Betsy DeVos, must now answer to lawmakers she has clashed with or ignored.
It’s not just the emergency declaration. President Trump is also siphoning more than $2 billion in military funds for his wall through another complex move.
Senator Bernie Sanders is embarking on a second run for president. This time the field will be bigger, more diverse and filled with candidates who have adopted his progressive populist mantle.
A proposal to tax wealth finds support across party lines, along with the premise that the government should combat inequality.
A review by The Times found a continuous effort by President Trump to derail federal law enforcement and a public campaign to discredit the investigations on him.
The Supreme Court’s 1964 decision in New York Times v. Sullivan, Justice Thomas wrote, was not rooted in the text and history of the Constitution.
After Mr. Stone posted the photo, which depicted the judge overseeing his criminal case, she called a new hearing to reconsider the conditions of his release.
In a concession to Congress, the force would be overseen by the Air Force, but critics say it still raises the danger of militarizing space.
The plan would create a network of government-funded child care centers, which would be free for low-income families and partly subsidized for others.
Stormy times continue at the Pittsburgh daily, where the publisher and newsroom employees are at odds.