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Today β€” November 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

Nonfiction: When Tribalism First Entered American Politics

By GABRIEL DEBENEDETTI

Steve Kornacki’s “The Red and the Blue” traces current political divisions back to the battles between Newt Gingrich and Bill Clinton.

Two Years In, Trump Struggles to Master Role of Military Commander

By HELENE COOPER, PETER BAKER, ERIC SCHMITT and MITCHELL FERMAN

Defense Department officials doubt President Trump has fully grasped the role of the troops he commands, or the responsibility he has to lead.

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No One Wants to Campaign With Bill Clinton Anymore

By LISA LERER

In an election shaped by the #MeToo movement, female voters and female candidates, Mr. Clinton finds his legacy tarnished by past allegations of sexual assault and misconduct.

Roger Stone Sold Himself to Trump’s Campaign as a WikiLeaks Pipeline. Was He?

By SHARON LaFRANIERE, MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT, MAGGIE HABERMAN and DANNY HAKIM

The special counsel is investigating whether Mr. Stone, a self-described “dirty trickster,” knew in advance about email releases damaging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign or was merely hyping himself.

Hillary Clinton on Possible 2020 Run: β€˜I’d Like to Be President’

By LISA LERER

During an interview on Friday, Mrs. Clinton said she would be well-suited to the job, but that she wouldn’t consider another run until after the midterms next week.

A White Van Laden With Stickers Is at Center of Bombing Investigation

By NICK MADIGAN and AMY HARMON

A Facebook feed on wheels, the white van belonging to Cesar Sayoc illuminates a window into his political leanings.

65 or Older? Here’s What We Owe Our Kids

By GLENN KRAMON

I’m a baby boomer. Our parents spoiled us by building a better world than they had. Somewhere down the road, we stopped promising our own children the same.

After Bomb Scares, Trump Tries Bipartisanship, Then Blames the Media

By KATIE ROGERS and EILEEN SULLIVAN

The president tried to soften his rallying cry after law enforcement authorities said bombs were sent to prominent Democratic Party figures.

Pipe Bombs Sent to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and CNN Offices

By WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM

The similar devices set off an intense investigation into whether a bomber is going after people who have often faced barbed right-wing criticism.

news analysis: Down With the Year of the Woman

By AMY CHOZICK

We need to normalize female politicians, not act as though they’re unicorns. And if someone says “pink wave” again, I’m going to dry heave.

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