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Trump Attacks Sessions and F.B.I., Citing Conspiracy Theories

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and EILEEN SULLIVAN

The president said he was disappointed in the attorney general and insisted without evidence that he was exposing corruption among law enforcement.

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Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Skewers Trump Over Paul Manafort’s Plea Deal

By GIOVANNI RUSSONELLO

“Manafort on Friday struck a deal to cooperate with the Mueller investigation,” Mr. Meyers said. “And then Trump struck a door, two walls and Eric.”

Where a Sore Throat Becomes a Death Sentence

By DENISE GRADY

Once a year, doctors travel to Rwanda to perform lifesaving surgery on people with damaged heart valves — a disease caused by untreated strep throat.

Where a Sore Throat Becomes a Death Sentence

By DENISE GRADY

Once a year, doctors travel to Rwanda to perform lifesaving surgery on people with damaged heart valves — a disease caused by untreated strep throat.

Where a Sore Throat Becomes a Death Sentence

By DENISE GRADY

Once a year, doctors travel to Rwanda to perform lifesaving surgery on people with damaged heart valves — a disease caused by untreated strep throat.

The Secret to Cracking Trump’s Base

By TIMOTHY EGAN

New polls show that some of the most hard-core Trumpsters are starting to get a clue. It might be because he finally crossed a line: He’s now insulting them.

Manafort Is Said to Near Plea Deal With Prosecutors

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT, MAGGIE HABERMAN and SHARON LaFRANIERE

The negotiations over a plea deal relate to a separate set of seven charges including conspiracy, obstruction of justice and money laundering.

Under Fire, Robert Mueller Has a Novel P.R. Strategy: Silence

By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM

Attacked by Fox News pundits, Rudolph Giuliani and a presidential Twitter account, the special counsel sticks to a stoic approach.

Scott Pruitt, Former E.P.A. Chief, Is in Talks for His Next Job: Coal Consultant

By LISA FRIEDMAN, HIROKO TABUCHI and ERIC LIPTON

Mr. Pruitt has remained largely out of the public eye since departing the Trump administration in July under a cloud of ethics investigations.

Protection of Voting Rights for Minorities Has Fallen Sharply, a New Report Finds

By MICHAEL WINES

The head of the federal Civil Rights Commission, which was crucial in passing the 1965 Voting Rights Act, says voting rights protections are dangerously low.

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