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Today β€” November 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

Matthew Whitaker and the Corruption of Justice

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The real question isn’t whether the acting attorney general’s appointment is lawful, but whether it is part of a broader attempt to subvert the rule of law.

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.

McConnell Tells Trump a Criminal Justice Bill Is Not Likely This Year

By NICHOLAS FANDOS and MAGGIE HABERMAN

Mitch McConnell, who as majority leader controls the Senate floor, delivered the news in a meeting at the White House in which he told the president that the bill would eat up too much time.

Yesterday β€” November 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Trump Awards Medals of Freedom to Elvis, Babe Ruth and Miriam Adelson

By MICHAEL TACKETT

Among famous figures in sports, entertainment and politics, one honoree stands out: Miriam Adelson, a prominent Republican donor and wife of Sheldon Adelson.

CNN’s Jim Acosta Returns to the White House After Judge’s Ruling

By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM and EMILY BAUMGAERTNER

The reporter at the center of CNN v. Donald J. Trump got his press pass back after a court said the administration’s process for barring him was “shrouded in mystery.”

Just How Much of an Overhaul Is This Overhaul of the Nation’s Criminal Justice System?

By SHAILA DEWAN and ALAN BLINDER

The proposed legislation is very much a modest compromise, one that will result in about 7,000 federal inmates getting out early.

Julian Assange Is Secretly Charged in U.S., Prosecutors Mistakenly Reveal

By CHARLIE SAVAGE, ADAM GOLDMAN and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

Charges were filed secretly in recent months. A case against Mr. Assange could have implications for the special counsel inquiry as well as the publication of government secrets.

North Korea Says It Has Tested β€˜Ultramodern Tactical Weapon’

By CHOE SANG-HUN

North Korea did not identify what weapon was tested, but the development could complicate already stalled talks between the United States and North Korea.

Saudi Arabia After Khashoggi

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The kingdom comes up with another story on the journalist’s murder. The Trump administration appears ready to buy it.

How Trump Is Worse Than Nixon

By ELIZABETH DREW

The current president is pushing closer to fascism than even the man behind Watergate.

President Trump to Visit California in Wake of Fires

By JENNIFER MEDINA

The president has visited the state just once since he was elected, preferring instead to attack its leaders and policies from a distance.

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U.S. Levels Sanctions on 17 Saudis for Alleged Involvement in Khashoggi Killing

By GARDINER HARRIS and EDWARD WONG

The Trump administration announced sanctions against 17 Saudis accused of involvement in the killing of the Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi.

Mueller Team Has β€˜Gone Absolutely Nuts,’ Trump Says, Resuming Attacks on Russia Inquiry

By MAGGIE HABERMAN, MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT and EILEEN SULLIVAN

A fresh Twitter barrage comes after Mr. Trump spent three days with his personal legal team, crafting answers to written questions from the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III.

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