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Court Blocks Trump Administration From Asking About Citizenship in Census

By MICHAEL WINES

Critics had accused the Trump administration of trying to turn the census into a tool to advance Republican political fortunes.

Actually, the Numbers Show That We Need More Immigration, Not Less

By SHIKHA DALMIA

By any reasonable metric, “mass” immigration is a myth. The reality is that America desperately needs to pick up the pace of immigration for its economic health.

El Chapo Trial: An I.T. Guy’s Testimony Leads to a Week of Cyber Spy Intrigue

By ALAN FEUER and EMILY PALMER

Last week, jurors heard secret recordings of several of Joaquín Guzmán Loera’s phone calls that were obtained by the F.B.I. through the help of an informant.

Trump Tweets Lengthy Attack on F.B.I. Over Inquiry Into Possible Aid to Russia

By NICHOLAS FANDOS and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

President Trump cast James B. Comey and other former top F.B.I. officials as corrupt and politically motivated, saying they had opened the counterintelligence investigation for “no reason.”

Now Being Held Hostage by the Shutdown: Your Favorite Craft Brewery

By NICK CORASANITI

Inaction in Washington has idled the bureau that regulates craft beer manufacturers, dealing a blow to a $76 billion industry and disappointing discerning drinkers.

Farm Country Stood by Trump. But the Shutdown Is Pushing It to Breaking Point.

By JACK HEALY and TYLER PAGER

As the government shutdown dragged into its third week, many farmers were struggling under the loss of crucial loans, payments and other services.

El Chapo Trial: Kingpin Used Spyware to Obsessively Monitor His Wife and Mistress

By ALAN FEUER

An I.T. expert working for the crime lord helped the F.B.I. obtain dozens of intimate — and incriminating — text messages he wrote to the women.

Misconduct in Federal Prisons Is Tolerated or Ignored, Congressional Report Says

By TIMOTHY WILLIAMS

The investigation found that bad behavior, including criminal acts and sexual harassment, routinely goes unpunished in federal prisons.

Government Shutdown May Turn a Day in Court Into a Four-Year Wait

By RICHARD A. OPPEL Jr. and CHRISTINA GOLDBAUM

A Washington impasse over a border wall has challenged the courts and criminal justice system. Among the most affected? Immigration cases.

Shutdown Leaves Food, Medicine and Pay in Doubt in Indian Country

By MITCH SMITH and JULIE TURKEWITZ

Native Americans, entitled to federal services under treaties, are bearing the brunt of the government shutdown and worried about more pain to come.

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