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Trump Adds Roger Stone to His List of Pardons and Commutations

President Trump on Friday commuted the sentence of Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime friend and former campaign adviser who had openly expressed loyalty...

Trump Threatens to Cut Funding if Schools Do Not Fully Reopen

WASHINGTON — President Trump pressured the government’s top public health experts on Wednesday to water down recommendations for how the nation’s schools could reopen...

Herman Cain Hospitalized With Coronavirus

Herman Cain, a former Republican presidential candidate, announced on Twitter on Thursday that he had been hospitalized with the coronavirus.Mr. Cain, the former chief...

Bolton’s Book Says Trump Impeachment Inquiry Missed Other Troubling Actions

John R. Bolton, the former national security adviser, says in his new book that the House in its impeachment inquiry should have investigated President...

U.S. Examines Whether Saudi Nuclear Program Could Lead to Bomb Effort

American intelligence agencies are scrutinizing efforts by Saudi Arabia to build up its ability to produce nuclear fuel that could put the kingdom on...

A.O.C. Unleashes a Viral Condemnation of Sexism in Congress

WASHINGTON — Ever since Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez came to Congress as the youngest woman elected to the House, she has upended traditions, harnessing the...

Trump Raises $165 Million With G.O.P. in July, Overtaking Biden

President Trump raised $165 million in July for his campaign and shared committees with the Republican National Committee, outpacing Joseph R. Biden Jr., who...

Trump Is in Trouble in Pennsylvania, but ‘He’s Been Way Behind Before’

In political speeches for 40 years, Joseph R. Biden Jr. has evoked his scrappy childhood in Scranton, Pa. He kicked off his presidential run...

A #MeToo Moment Emerges for Military Women After Soldier’s Killing

WASHINGTON — As the #MeToo movement gained ground, propelled by stories of women in Hollywood, the news media, restaurants and other industries, women in...

House to Vote on Limiting F.B.I. Power to Collect Americans’ Internet Data

WASHINGTON — House leaders have agreed to permit a vote on tightening limits on when the F.B.I. may collect Americans’ internet browsing and search...