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Today β€” December 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Is There Such a Thing as an Authoritarian Voter?

By MOLLY WORTHEN

Political scientists want to know. They’re not the only ones.

Father of Migrant Girl Who Died in U.S. Custody Disputes Border Patrol Account

By SIMON ROMERO

The father of Jakelin Caal Maquin said his daughter was healthy before they were detained by the authorities in the New Mexico desert this month.

Mulvaney Called Trump a β€˜Terrible Human Being’ in 2016

By MAGGIE HABERMAN

Mick Mulvaney, President Trump’s pick to be acting White House chief of staff, made the comment in a debate, and offered similar remarks in a post on his campaign Facebook page.

Zinke’s Likely Successor Is a Former Oil Lobbyist Who Has Influenced Trump’s Energy Policy

By CORAL DAVENPORT

With the Interior secretary's departure, the agency will likely be run for a time by David Bernhardt, a man who has played a central role in opening up public lands to drilling and mining.

After Skipping Events Honoring Fallen Soldiers, Trump Visits Arlington Cemetery

By MICHAEL TACKETT

The visit was a studied contrast, and an implicit atonement, to the president’s decisions last month to forgo a ceremony in France and the traditional visit to Arlington on Veterans Day.

Yesterday β€” December 15th 2018Your RSS feeds

Amid Russia Tensions, Ukraine Moves Toward Separate Church

By NEIL MacFARQUHAR

Ukraine took a major step toward establishing an Orthodox Church independent of Moscow, a move likely to increase already heightened tensions

Climate Negotiators Reach an Overtime Deal to Keep Paris Pact Alive

By BRAD PLUMER

The deal puts in place detailed implementation rules, but analysts said it was now up to individual countries to honor their commitments.

Climate Negotiators Reach an Overtime Deal to Keep Paris Pact Alive

By BRAD PLUMER

The deal puts in place detailed implementation rules, but analysts said it was now up to individual countries to honor their commitments.

Immigration Arrests and Deportations Are Rising, I.C.E. Data Show

By RON NIXON

The increase is the result of a Trump administration immigration crackdown reversing a policy that prioritized foreigners with criminal records or who posed security threats.

Companies Asked a Mississippi Senator to Refund Donations. They Are Still Waiting.

By NICHOLAS FANDOS

Some of the nation’s largest businesses asked Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith to return campaign donations after she said she would attend a “public hanging.” She is not complying.

How McKinsey Has Helped Raise the Stature of Authoritarian Governments

By WALT BOGDANICH and MICHAEL FORSYTHE

At a time when democracies and their basic values are increasingly under attack, the iconic American company has sometimes served clients in ways that directly counter American interests.

Ruling Striking Down Obamacare Moves Health Debate to Center Stage

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG, ROBERT PEAR and ABBY GOODNOUGH

A Texas judge’s ruling that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional may not stand, but it will elevate health care as a pressing topic in a divided Washington.

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