Thursday, December 1, 2022

Turning Point for Garland as Justice Dept. Grapples With Trump Inquiries

After months of an already hyperpartisan political environment, the attorney general appears to be acknowledging that his approach has to be recalibrated.

Biden Helped Democrats Avert a ’22 Disaster. What About ’24?

A stronger-than-expected midterm showing has quieted the party’s public hand-wringing about a re-election campaign for President Biden. But it hasn’t put those worries to...

Gina Raimondo, a Rising Star in the Biden Administration, Faces a $100 Billion Test

Gina Raimondo, the commerce secretary, has made a career of tackling increasingly larger challenges. Could the next one be too big?

Meet the House Republicans Who Will Wield Power in the New Congress

The G.O.P. lawmakers in line to chair key committees have made it clear they will prioritize investigations of the Biden administration.

Trump’s Latest Dinner Guest: Nick Fuentes, White Supremacist

The former president’s table for four at Mar-a-Lago on Wednesday also included Kanye West, whose antisemitic statements have made him an entertainment-industry outcast.

Is Donald Trump Ineligible to Be President?

The nation once again faces dilemma as it confronts a third presidential run by Donald Trump.

Lisa Murkowski Wins Re-election in Alaska, Beating a Trump-Backed Rival

Ms. Murkowski was the only Senate Republican up for re-election this year who voted to convict former President Donald J. Trump in his impeachment...

Trump Was a Gift That May Not Keep Giving

Democrats may be relieved, but they should not be overconfident.

Maxwell Frost, a 25-Year-Old Gun Control Activist, Heads to Congress

Maxwell Alejandro Frost, a Democrat who won a House race in Florida, will soon be the youngest member of Congress and its first denizen...

Biden Administration Extends Pause on Student Loan Payments

The Biden administration said it will hold off on collecting payments to give courts time to rule on lawsuits that have blocked the president’s...