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Today β€” January 20th 2020Your RSS feeds

The Trial That Would Be a Template

By Peter Baker

Twenty-one years ago, President Bill Clinton was brought up on charges of high crimes and misdemeanors. But there were some big differences from what President Trump now faces.

Yesterday β€” January 19th 2020Your RSS feeds

Where Is Cory Gardner?

By Elaina Plott

As the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump nears, the Republican senator from Colorado has gone to ground as he tries to keep moderates and independents in his corner while facing a tough re-election race.

Why Do Trump Supporters Support Trump?

By Anand Giridharadas

Michael Lind’s “The New Class War” sees class divisions at the heart of America’s current political divide.

How Did Americans Lose Faith in Everything?

By Yuval Levin

Our institutions lost the capacity to mold character and have become platforms for performance instead.

Trump’s Defense Team Calls Impeachment Charges β€˜Brazen’ as Democrats Make Legal Case

By Michael D. Shear and Nicholas Fandos

In a six-page filing formally responding to the impeachment charges, President Trump’s lawyers rejected the case against him as illegitimate and described the effort to remove him as dangerous.

How Conor McGregor Beat Donald Cerrone at U.F.C. 246

By Morgan Campbell

Conor McGregor, the U.F.C.’s biggest star, stopped Donald Cerrone with a quick, explosive flurry of strikes.

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House to Vote on Disaster Aid Package for Puerto Rico After Earthquakes

By Emily Cochrane and Mark Walker

Lawmakers challenged President Trump’s reluctance to send more aid to Puerto Rico, unveiling $3.35 billion in funding.

How Conor McGregor Beat Donald Cerrone at U.F.C. 246

By Morgan Campbell

Conor McGregor, the U.F.C.’s biggest star, stopped Donald Cerrone with a quick, explosive flurry of strikes.

Impeachment Trial Puts Susan Collins, Stung by Kavanaugh Backlash, Under Scrutiny

By Jennifer Steinhauer

The four-term Maine senator, who crossed party lines to vote against President Clinton’s impeachment, must now decide whether to break with President Trump.

How Did Americans Lose Faith in Everything?

By Yuval Levin

Our institutions lost the capacity to mold character and have become platforms for performance instead.

Conor McGregor and U.F.C. Attempt a Shift Away from Heel Status

By Morgan Campbell

With some selective spin, the mixed-martial arts promotion has been billing its biggest star as past most of his legal troubles since a loss in October 2018.

In Oval Office Meeting, Trump Expresses Regret on Vaping Policy

By Maggie Haberman

The president interrupted a meeting with campaign advisers to scold his health and human services secretary about the administration’s ban on most flavored e-cigarettes.

Conor McGregor and U.F.C. Attempt a Shift Away from Heel Status

By Morgan Campbell

With some selective spin, the mixed-martial arts promotion has been billing its biggest star as past most of his legal troubles since a loss in October 2018.

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