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President Trump fixated on Ukraine as a solution to his political problems. In five months, his obsession upended American foreign policy and threatened his presidency. Here is how it happened.
Mick Mulvaney, the president’s acting chief of staff, and John R. Bolton, his former national security adviser, clashed in court even as more accounts of internal schisms emerged in books and testimony.
Laura K. Cooper told impeachment investigators the White House began questioning the military aid after it came up at a meeting with President Trump.
The Israeli strike prompted a wave of rocket attacks by Gaza militants after a period of relative calm.
Days after Michael Bloomberg began taking steps to enter the 2020 race, Mr. Patrick’s conversations with top Democrats are the latest evidence of an unsettled presidential primary field.
The former president, who has suffered several falls in recent months, was admitted to an Atlanta hospital to relieve pressure caused by bleeding, his office said.
Another Democrat, Representative Ilhan Omar, had a different response to the news: “Good riddance.”
The apparent exchange, in which Afghan officials are to release three senior members of the Haqqani network of the Taliban, is likely to be a step toward new peace talks.
Tuesday: City workers are prepared for the white stuff, although it's not expected to stick, as a cold front brings stiff winds and temperatures plunging toward the 20s.
American aid has the power to tip the scales in a broader battle between authoritarianism and democracy.
Her policy would make it much harder for people to remain multibillionaires into old age. Here’s what that would look like for Bill Gates and others.
Get used to it, because Russian influence is coming to a region near you.
It’s not that top aides sought to undermine President Trump, it’s that they thought they had to.
In this week’s impeachment hearings, expect a lot of G.O.P. conspiracy theorizing.
No, America isn’t waiting for a tycoon savior.
The country’s growing economy and shrinking inequality propped him up for years. But its democracy and its institutions suffered, and that’s what brought him down.
Pretending that sports can take place in a vacuum would have been profoundly dishonest.
Bloomberg, Dimon and Gates call liberal tax ideas unfair. But excessive wealth is the real threat.
In Trump’s America, African-Americans and Latinos have a new kind of solidarity.
Comedians shouldn’t feel pressure to respond to everything the White House does. It’s exhausting.
On Veterans Day, set aside Hollywood clichés, and pick up soldiers’ letters from the front.
The Indian Supreme Court’s decision to allow the building of a temple for Rama on a disputed site is likely to intensify the Hindu nationalist efforts to turn India into a majoritarian nation.
Scientists are setting dark traps from which light cannot escape. But nature already has built a few of her own.
The title is suddenly everywhere. It can mean almost anything.
Searching for a space in the Bronx, spotting a snail upstate and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Snow and ice caused at least four deaths and forced more than a thousand flight cancellations on Monday.
Oleg Sokolov, a Russian historian known for impersonating Napoleon, was dogged for years by complaints of abuse. But he had never been held to account for it.
The circumstances surrounding the 19-year-old’s death were not immediately released, but the authorities said they were looking into “possible misconduct” at a fraternity.
Ms. Cummings, who said she would resign as chair of the Maryland Democratic Party, is aiming to take over the seat vacated by her husband.
The automaker said its quarterly profit fell nearly 55 percent, and cut its forecast for annual earnings.
Away from the front lines, volunteer groups composed of retirees, pastors and housewives quietly aid the anti-government demonstrators.
As fellow service members searched for an airman who fell from a plane into the Gulf of Mexico, they confronted the wrenching decision to switch their aim from rescue to recovery.
The former president, who faced weeks of protest, said he had been forced out in a “coup.” He leaves Bolivia in a power vacuum, with politicians scrambling to form a caretaker government.
The famous rocker, a Canadian citizen, wants to vote in America’s 2020 elections. But his naturalization hasn’t gone as planned.
Speak up, it’ll help.
Novelty is overrated.
You don’t have to be ready to throw in the towel to improve things at work. These small changes can go a long way.
Table for one? It’s not as bad as it sounds. Here’s how to dine by yourself and enjoy every bite.
Don’t confuse loneliness with time by yourself.
The 35-year-old Swede has worked closely with Ryan Coogler and Donald Glover. Up next: the score for the “Star Wars” series “The Mandalorian.”
She pioneered interactive video and artificial intelligence in art. Now this new-media path-breaker scrutinizes technology’s abuses at the Shed.
Cole Anthony had a strong debut for North Carolina, Memphis already has drama swirling, and some surprises have made for an eventful start to the season.
This sheet-pan chicken dinner stars two ingredients, paprika and parsley, you may be taking for granted.
“Fine, if you insist,” West tells men in “The Witches Are Coming,” her new essay collection. “This is a witch hunt. We’re witches, and we’re hunting you.”
Colombia’s national tree, the wax palm, is endangered. Now, with decades of guerrilla war in retreat, scientists are rediscovering vast forests and racing to study and protect them.
Researchers have found a woman with a rare genetic mutation that has protected her from dementia even though her brain has developed major neurological features of the disease.
So far, a procedure that turbocharges the immune system to attack tumors seems safe, but it’s too soon to tell whether it helps patients.
There is no exam to verify virginity, medical experts say, and the attempt violates a woman’s rights.
It’s easy to look successful on Instagram. Now, getting caught out is easy too.