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A representative of the Republican mainstream, Ms. Haley had criticized Mr. Trump’s demeanor. But her appointment was seen as an olive branch.
On Tuesday, Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh heard his first Supreme Court arguments, all concerning enhanced sentences for gun crimes.
Since President Trump announced that he would pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, European leaders are actively working to help Tehran get around new sanctions.
Republicans are working to harness outrage over the confirmation hearings among their voters in races where a surge of energy from the left is a threat.
Most nations don't tax carbon. Those that do tax emissions have not set carbon prices high enough to bring deep reductions in carbon pollution.
The aide requested proposals in 2016 from an Israeli firm to create fake online identities and to gather intelligence on opponents.
The musician wants to discuss job opportunities for former convicts and how to increase manufacturing jobs in the Chicago area, according to a person briefed on the meeting.
The new rules will allow ethanol-blend gasoline to be sold during the summer months, ending a ban designed to limit smog, and angering the oil industry and lawmakers from oil states.
Democrats remain confident that they will benefit from outrage over the confirmation of Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh despite sexual misconduct allegations against him.
A day after the U.N. issued a call to arms for the world to confront climate change, President Trump, who has mocked the science around it, did not broach the topic, even in vulnerable Florida.
Republican contributors have shifted focus to New York Senate races, and away from their candidate for governor, Marcus Molinaro, who has $210,000 cash in hand.
Brett M. Kavanaugh was sworn in as a justice to the United States Supreme Court on Monday. President Trump started the ceremony with a declaration of the new justice’s innocence.
The Senate majority leader misleadingly suggested on Sunday that his rationale in 2016 for refusing to fill a Supreme Court vacancy in a presidential election year was related to a divided government.
Talking to Kirsten Gillibrand and Gretchen Whitmer about women in politics; the Senate race in Texas has an identity crisis; and watching a live poll.
The company pitched plans for fake avatars that would try to persuade Republican delegates to back the Trump campaign over that of Senator Ted Cruz and to gather intelligence on Hillary Clinton.
Senator Joe Manchin III was the only Democrat to vote for Brett M. Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. That’s O.K. with his home state of West Virginia.
Amid fried catfish and sweet tea, two friends in Mississippi, who agree on next to nothing about politics, navigate their differences as part of their daily shifts.
The Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee are all men. Their remarks during the heated Supreme Court confirmation fight over Justice Brett Kavanaugh renewed attention to the party’s fraught relationship with women.
Without offering evidence, President Trump said Democrats set up Justice Brett Kavanaugh and, in reference to the multiple sexual assault accusations leveled against the newest member of the Supreme Court, said that he “did nothing wrong.”