House Republicans staged a protest in the secure suite on Capitol Hill where the impeachment inquiry is proceeding, seeking to shift the focus away from damaging revelations about the president.
The impeachment inquiry is in some ways the culmination of a battle between the president and the government institutions he distrusted and disparaged.
After a number of days dominated by the findings of the Democratic-led investigation, Wednesday brought an unconventional Republican response.
Top officials were told in early August about the delay of $391 million in security assistance, undercutting a chief argument President Trump has used to deny any quid pro quo.
Senior national security officials grew concerned about Kash Patel, a colleague who had been involved in Republicans’ efforts to undermine the Russia investigation.
The connection was made as two associates of Rudolph W. Giuliani pleaded not guilty in federal court in Manhattan.
A rare inside look by New York Times journalists exposes an enormous legal and humanitarian crisis, one that the world has largely chosen to ignore.
“Let someone else fight over this long bloodstained sand,” the president said of the fighting between American-allied Kurds and Turks.
With a TV project in the works and his 24th Reacher novel in stores this month, Lee Child has put down roots out West.
Pocketbook items have become the catalysts for popular fury across the globe in recent weeks.
A pitching duel turned into a blowout thanks to Washington’s six-run seventh inning, and the Nationals seized control of the series.
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Democrats leading the inquiry believe the acting U.S. envoy to Ukraine has provided what could be a critical plank in their case.
Even when it ends with a healthy baby, a long struggle to conceive may exact a brutal toll.
Williams talks about his new memoir, “Self-Portrait in Black and White,” and Stephen Kinzer discusses “Poisoner in Chief: Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA Search for Mind Control.”
As more testimony is disclosed, it becomes clearer that President Trump’s only defense against impeachment is to distract from the facts.
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And an army is blindly following.
Boris Johnson, having failed in his do-or-die mission, must take Brexit back to the public.
Vandals destroyed numerous signs remembering the 1955 lynching, mirroring the violence inflicted on the teenager himself.
You’re everyone’s favorite political punching bag, for good reason. Why not take the decade off?
Under pressure to remove “extremist content,” platforms are purging vital human rights evidence.
Political rhetoric has gotten dull and empathy fatigue has set in. A more creative communication approach can combat that.
Mr. Trump’s own acting envoy, William Taylor, described how the president tried to force Ukraine to advance his political interests.
Every good plan needs a contingency plan. That means making sure states can afford free college expansions, even in the oncoming recession.
L.G.B.T.Q. people are increasingly visible. What does that mean for a competition based on passing?
The latest research suggests it’s not far-fetched at all — especially when you consider all the societal and cultural factors that make today’s games so attractive.
One of the great family businesses faces the start-up age.
“You are likely your own cruelest reader,” says one of our advice columnists.
The utility, criticized for a botched execution of blackouts two weeks ago, said it was acting to prevent wildfires caused by its equipment.
Violators could face up to seven years in prison under the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act.
The California freshman representative has denied the allegation, which would violate House rules.
The investigation by the Indonesian National Transportation Safety Committee found that the disaster was caused by systemic design flaws in the jet that were compounded by flight crew lapses.
The lawsuit says David Boies and Lisa Bloom used underhanded tactics to stop the actress from publicizing her sexual assault allegations against the producer.
The retailer’s bankruptcy filing, and interviews with former employees, give a rare glimpse into a family controlled, intensely secretive operation.
Britain would have no more than a few months to negotiate a new trade agreement with Brussels, a process that typically takes years.
During an appeals court hearing, the judges expressed skepticism about the president’s bid to block a subpoena for his tax returns.
The officers yelled, “Shoot him! Shoot him!” Then came the gunfire. It all took a matter of seconds in the middle of the night.
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Easy additions that can make hotel stays more pleasant.
Most of us financially support companies we might not necessarily support socially, ethically or philosophically.
A slow-motion performance piece that celebrates the art of building dry stone walls nears its final stage at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
One of Portland’s N.B.A. star guards has found his lane for connecting with the world and, sometimes, escaping from his.
On her debut album, “Cheap Queen,” 20-year-old Mikaela Straus crafts candid songs grounded — but not stuck — in past generations’ pop.
In “The Problem With Everything,” the essayist Meghan Daum scrutinizes the resurgent women’s movement, uncovering a nexus of social justice activism, marketing and empty rhetoric.
Ann Leary’s 2013 essay explored a ‘crisis’ in her marriage to the actor Denis Leary. They just celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary.
We may each have a movement “signature” that, like our face or fingerprints, is unique to us.
Nocturnal moths evolved into daytime butterflies not to escape bats, as biologists once thought, but to enjoy an abundant new drink: the nectar of flowering plants.
American scientists set out to simulate a fungus’s evolution into the edible mold that makes French cheeses like Camembert.
Scientists devised “virtual crash testing” to see if an extinct deer’s colossal headgear was just for show.
Animals have rich emotional lives, the ecologist argues. The evidence is “right in front of your eyes.”
The new generation of veggie burgers aims to replace the beefy original with fake meat or fresher vegetables. To find out how well they do, we ran a blind tasting of six top contenders.