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09/21/2018 07:54 PM
Rod Rosenstein Suggested Secretly Recording Trump and Discussed 25th Amendment
In the turbulent days after the firing of James B. Comey, the deputy attorney general appeared conflicted about his role and wanted to expose administration dysfunction, people around him said.
09/21/2018 05:37 PM
The 25th Amendment: The Difficult Process to Remove a President
The author of an anonymous essay in The New York Times writes that some advisers around President Trump discussed invoking the amendment, but the talk did not move forward because “no one wanted to precipitate a constitutional crisis.”
09/21/2018 07:41 PM
In Reversal, Trump No Longer Demands Declassification of Russia Documents
In a tweet on Friday morning, Mr. Trump said that instead of an immediate release, Justice Department officials would review the documents.
09/22/2018 01:50 AM
Grassley Extends Negotiation Deadline for Christine Blasey Ford
Dr. Blasey, who has accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, has until 2:30 p.m. Saturday to agree to testimony terms, Charles Grassley said late Friday night.
09/21/2018 06:49 PM
Many Voters Tend to Believe Christine Blasey Ford, Even if They Question Her Motive
In a Pennsylvania swing district, voters are gripped by the allegations against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, and divided over them.
09/21/2018 04:20 PM
Conservative Pundit Points Finger at Another Man to Deflect from Kavanaugh
Conservative lawyer Edward Whelan’s theory that Christine Blasey Ford was attacked by a classmate of Brett M. Kavanaugh’s has heads shaking — and Mr. Whelan apologizing.
09/21/2018 11:20 PM
Florence’s Floodwaters Breach Defenses at Duke Energy Plant, Sending Toxic Coal Ash Into River
Duke Energy shut down a power plant in Wilmington, N.C., after a dam at the site breached and allowed coal ash to enter the nearby Cape Fear River.
09/21/2018 08:50 PM
What Is Coal Ash and Why Is It Dangerous?
Coal ash refers to what’s left after coal is burned. Those remnants pose environmental and health risks, especially when storage ponds are breached.
09/21/2018 07:34 PM
Billionaire Backer of Maria Butina Had Russian Security Ties
Konstantin Nikolaev, the oligarch who helped finance Ms. Butina, has been an investor in projects linked to the Russian government.
09/21/2018 05:00 AM
The Brothel Empire and the Ex-Detective, Always One Step Ahead of the Law
A former vice detective is at the center of one of the New York Police Department’s worst scandals in recent years. Here is his story, as uncovered by a team of Times reporters.
09/22/2018 12:05 AM
At Missouri Rally, Trump Vows to Eliminate ‘Lingering Stench’ at the Justice Department
The event resembled a boisterous re-election pep rally for the president rather than an effort to lift Josh Hawley, the Republican attorney general running for Senate.
09/21/2018 11:07 PM
Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke Clash Over ‘Jim Crow,’ Immigration and Kavanaugh in Debate
The Texas political rivals spent weeks preparing for the debate, the first of three in their Senate race, which is one of the tightest and most heated this year.
09/20/2018 03:06 PM
With More Than 200 L.G.B.T. Candidates, Advocates Hope for a ‘Rainbow Wave’ in the Midterms
The number of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender candidates running for office this year is higher than ever. But there is a partisan split among the nominees.
09/21/2018 08:58 PM
G.O.P. Leaders Can’t Even Fake Respect for Christine Blasey Ford
They are struggling to pretend they will fairly weigh her accusations against Brett Kavanaugh.
09/21/2018 09:27 PM
Op-Ed Columnist: Beto and Ted — Who’s Ahead?
It’s Cruz versus O’Rourke in the clash of the Texas titans. A look at the first big debate of the election season.
09/21/2018 08:57 PM
This I Believe About Blasey v. Kavanaugh
I believe Blasey deserves to be fairly heard, not automatically believed.
09/21/2018 07:36 PM
We Need More Enemies of the People
A forgotten slice of history about courageous African-American high school students and the journalists who covered them.
09/21/2018 12:00 PM
The Dangers of DNA Testing
In a new study, 74 out of 108 crime laboratories implicated an innocent person in a hypothetical bank robbery.
09/21/2018 05:20 PM
Democracy Will Still Surprise Us
Of late, Western democracy has concentrated rather than spread wealth, suggesting it serves injustice. But it is stubborn and adaptable.
09/21/2018 05:51 PM
We Are Not the Resistance
Donald Trump is the one who is pushing back against the new nation that’s struggling to be born.
09/20/2018 06:49 PM
Making Tariffs Corrupt Again
Trump has perverted the process and undermined U.S. credibility.
09/21/2018 10:47 AM
Kim Jong-un Has a Dream. The U.S. Should Help Him Realize It.
North Korea’s leader wants to be a great economic reformer. Encouraging him is the best way forward on denuclearization.
09/21/2018 03:58 PM
letter: An Evangelical’s Plea: Oppose Kavanaugh
A pastor calls on fellow evangelicals to follow the teachings of Jesus, not the agenda of the Republican Party.
09/21/2018 12:01 AM
Explorer: Singapore, for Those Who Aren’t Crazy Rich
In the hit movie “Crazy Rich Asians,” the country looks luxe. But it’s easy to have a great time (and eat memorably well) without spending much.
09/22/2018 12:01 AM
Books News: Would You Like Some Sausage With Your Novel?
A nearly century-old bookstore in Germany is staying afloat by joining forces with the butcher, the baker … no word yet from the candlestick maker.
09/16/2018 04:04 PM
Nonfiction: The American Past: A History of Contradictions
Jill Lepore’s “These Truths” shows both the successes and failures that have made the country what it is today.
09/22/2018 12:27 AM
16-Year-Old Is Fatally Shot While Playing Basketball in Brooklyn, Police Say
The boy, Oluwadurotimi Oyebola, was shot in the head while playing at a basketball court near a charter school he attended in Brownsville, the authorities said.
09/21/2018 05:46 PM
Michael Saudino, a New Jersey Sheriff, Resigns Over Racist Remarks
Under pressure from public officials, Saudino and his four deputies stepped down a day after a recording of the sheriff’s comments was published.
09/22/2018 12:54 AM
FEMA Administrator Must Reimburse U.S. for Misuse of Agency Vehicles
Brock Long will have to reimburse the government for misusing government vehicles to travel to and from his home — but will keep his job.
09/21/2018 07:48 PM
Patti Davis, Ronald Reagan’s Daughter, Tells Her Story of Sexual Assault
In an opinion piece defending Christine Blasey Ford, the former first daughter wrote: “Your memory snaps photos of the details that will haunt you forever.”
09/22/2018 03:08 AM
Several Killed as Gunmen Attack Military Parade in Southwest Iran
Several people were killed and up to 20 wounded when unknown gunmen opened fire during a military parade in the southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz on Saturday, state television reported.
09/21/2018 04:59 PM
The Death Toll for Afghan Forces Is Secret. Here’s Why.
The Taliban is killing Afghan soldiers and police officers in record numbers. Last week, 400 were killed, officials say.
09/21/2018 06:03 PM
Brexit Talks at ‘Impasse,’ Theresa May Says, After a Rancorous Summit
The bloc’s leaders rejected her proposals at an unexpectedly bitter meeting that cast doubt over the prospects of reaching an agreement.
09/21/2018 09:26 PM
It Was a Suspected ‘Birth Tourism’ Site. Then Came Late-Night Screams.
When officers arrived at the house in Queens, they found three infants and two adults had been stabbed by a worker who then cut her own wrist, according to the police.
09/21/2018 08:47 PM
Michelle Obama’s Big Book Rollout: ‘It’s Like You’re Looking at a Madonna Tour’
In advance of the publication of Mrs. Obama’s memoir, “Becoming,” Live Nation, Ticketmaster and Hearst are helping with the former first lady’s rock-star-style return to the public sphere.
09/14/2018 10:36 AM
Sketch Guy: Your Future Should Be Bigger Than Your Past. Here’s How to Do It.
If your past feels bigger than whatever you can imagine in your future, it’s not a healthy sign. A single, focused question can help reframe things.
09/20/2018 02:24 PM
Editors’ Choice: 7 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
09/07/2018 05:00 AM
So Now You Own a Home. Do You Know How to Maintain it?
Home maintenance classes can help you save money and be smarter about what needs to be done to keep your new home in shape.
09/20/2018 01:17 PM
The Most Fun (and Useful) Things You Can Do With an Amazon Echo or Google Home
Smart home devices will tell you the weather and answer trivia questions, sure, but they can do so much more. Try these tips to streamline your day, relax a little or just have some fun.
09/21/2018 04:00 AM
‘A Little Life’ Comes to the Stage. The Audience Can’t Look Away.
Hanya Yanagihara’s best-selling novel includes many disturbing scenes. In a new production in Amsterdam, the director Ivo van Hove puts that cruelty center stage.
09/21/2018 01:37 PM
Encounters: Noah Centineo Is Hot. If Only He Could Cool Off.
The star of Netflix’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” bounced around SoHo and NoLIta.
09/21/2018 10:00 AM
A Word With: Jane Fonda Isn’t Letting the Curtain Come Down Any Time Soon
Ms. Fonda speaks about her new documentary, “Jane Fonda in Five Acts,” and about what lies ahead.
09/21/2018 10:00 AM
Was This Homage to Bratwurst Really Designed by Robert Indiana?
The sausage company that commissioned it believes it was, despite a disputed image of the artist that may have been altered.
09/20/2018 12:01 PM
Life Is a Cabaret (and Alan Cumming Is Tending Bar)
The actor’s East Village bar, Club Cumming, is a place he can spontaneously perform, do some bartending or simply socialize.
09/21/2018 05:30 AM
Saving Hummingbirds Is One Small Step in Saving the Planet
High in the Andes Mountains in Colombia, a reforestation project led by SavingSpecies works to protect one of the world’s most renowned bio hot spots.
09/20/2018 09:00 AM
Trilobites: Decoding Pandas’ Come-Hither Calls
During mating season, the solitary mammals bleat important information to each other through their dense bamboo habitat.
09/19/2018 03:25 PM
Tech We’re Using: Windows on How Cities Change Can Be All Too Captivating
Technology is crowding curbs with ride hailers and keeping homeowners fixated on housing values. Here are the tools that Emily Badger, a writer for The Upshot, uses to analyze the ripple effects.
09/21/2018 04:39 AM
When Family Members Care for Aging Parents
My siblings and I joined the ranks of the 15 million or so unpaid and untrained family caregivers for older adults in the United States.
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