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Persuasion was a far bigger factor. To the extent Democratic turnout was weak, it was mainly among blacks, but that weakness has been exaggerated.
Caught between alienating their conservative base and angering a broader group of voters, Republicans risk losing their House majority.
Immigration officials say Adolfo Sanchez-Reyes entered the country illegally from Guatemala; his son is accused of raping a 14-year-old classmate.
President Trump named Makan Delrahim, a White House legal counsel, to lead the Justice Department’s review of mergers and acquisitions.
Energy economists say the executive order is likely to fall far short on the president’s goals of increasing the nation’s “energy independence” and restoring lost coal mining jobs.
Here are some of the voices of those central to environmental policy who have denied the effects of human-caused climate change.
The rate may need to be 28 percent so the president’s plan is tax neutral. When Barack Obama proposed that figure, repeatedly, Republicans called it too high.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions threatened painful consequences on Monday for so-called sanctuary cities.
Medicaid now covers more Americans than Medicare, and it played a major role in stopping the Republican drive to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The buyer’s identity was shielded, but the sale was facilitated by a lawyer who specializes in real estate investments by overseas Chinese buyers.
The Republicans’ utter failure to replace the Affordable Care Act raises serious questions about what exactly the party can hope to accomplish.
Some with wealth and renown are finding that insufficient and, like President Trump, are contemplating the political life.
The crucial first step for the agency’s next chairman will be the appointment of a new director of the enforcement division.
The meeting was likely to intensify questions about what prompted the congressman to say President Trump or others may have been “incidentally” wiretapped and who gave him the information.
Other quarterbacks, perhaps lesser ones, have landed spots on N.F.L. rosters. Some wonder if Kaepernick’s protests have kept teams away.
The president’s son-in-law faces questions about meetings he arranged with the Russian ambassador, including a sit-down with the head of Russia’s state-owned development bank.
The party, in its best position since its loss in the November election, is newly optimistic about picking up seats in 2018, hoping to ride a backlash against President Trump.
Congressional Republicans face a challenge made more difficult by the collapse of their health care bill, and may have to scale back their grand plans.
After a decades-long project to undercut the mainstream news media, some right-leaning organizations are pushing back, our media columnist writes.
In the wake of the Republican failure to make good on the vow to repeal the Affordable Care Act, President Trump and congressional leaders find themselves at a crossroads.