Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Court Approves Special Grand Jury in Trump Election Inquiry

A district attorney in Georgia is investigating possible election interference by former President Donald J. Trump and his allies.

Michael Avenatti Trial Begins, Unearthing Artifacts of the Trump Era

Mr. Avenatti rose to prominence as one of then-President Donald J. Trump’s primary foils. But prosecutors say he was defrauding his best-known client.

Joe Biden Would Like to Know What Your Problem Is

His marathon news conference last week did not suggest that he thought his presidency needed a reboot — or even a rebranding. 

Biden Weighs Deploying Thousands of Troops to Eastern Europe and Baltics

The president is also considering deploying warships and aircraft to NATO allies, in what would be a major shift from its restrained stance on...

Biden’s Pandemic Fight: Inside the Setbacks of the First Year

The administration has gotten much right, but its response has been hampered by confusing messaging, a lack of focus on testing, fear of political...

Ann Coulter Is Rooting for a Trump-DeSantis Throw-Down. She’s Not Alone.

The former president and the governor of Florida are on a collision course for the future of the G.OP.

On ‘S.N.L.,’ Donald Trump Tries His Hand at Wordle

Colin Jost and Pete Davidson provided an update on their purchase of a retired Staten Island Ferry boat, in this episode hosted by Will...

President Biden’s Economy Is Failing the Big Mac Test

The administration made a lot of the right economic moves in its first year, but high inflation is reason enough to postpone any celebrations.

President Biden’s Team Sees Reasons for Optimism in New Data

The national coronavirus caseload was on a slight downward trajectory, largely because of declines in Northeast cities. Here’s the latest on Covid-19.

Biden Looks to Intel’s U.S. Investment to Buoy His China Agenda

The president said passage of a China competition bill was needed “for the sake of our economic competitiveness and our national security.”