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Pelosi Talks of ‘Bridge’ to New Leader as Democrats Test Her Strength

Pelosi Talks of ‘Bridge’ to New Leader as Democrats Test Her Strength

Representative Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader in the House, has dismissed warnings from her party that her unpopularity could hinder them in elections this year.
The Questions the Jurors in the Manafort Trial Will Be Asking

The Questions the Jurors in the Manafort Trial Will Be Asking

Paul Manafort’s defense lawyers have tried to suggest that their client was unfairly singled out by the special counsel.
Reeling From the ‘Year Without a Sam’s Club,’ Alaskans Wonder: What’s Next?

Reeling From the ‘Year Without a Sam’s Club,’ Alaskans Wonder: What’s Next?

A shuttered Sam’s Club in Fairbanks, Alaska. Its exit was a thunderclap for residents and a symbol of an anxious new economic chapter for the state.
In Kentucky House Race, a Battle of Ideology vs. Résumé

In Kentucky House Race, a Battle of Ideology vs. Résumé

Representative Andy Barr, Republican of Kentucky, at the Castle & Key Distillery this month in Frankfort. His re-election campaign is one of the most competitive midterm races.
Pro-Trump Fan of Social Distortion Says Lead Singer Punched Him at Concert

Pro-Trump Fan of Social Distortion Says Lead Singer Punched Him at Concert

Mike Ness, the lead singer of Social Distortion, in May. A fan has accused Mr. Ness of punching him during a July concert in Sacramento.
In a Proxy Fight for the Party’s Future, a New Face Presses Her Democratic Opponent

In a Proxy Fight for the Party’s Future, a New Face Presses Her Democratic Opponent

Ayanna Pressley, right, a Boston city councilor, and Representative Michael Capuano, center, on Wednesday participated in their final debate before next month’s Democratic primary.
Little-Known Justice Dept. Official Makes Trump’s Security Clearance List

Little-Known Justice Dept. Official Makes Trump’s Security Clearance List

The Justice Department. President Trump has accused a number of former officials, and a career official at the department, of leveraging their access to sensitive information for personal gain.
Why the Explosive Report on Catholic Church Abuse Is Unlikely to Yield Criminal Charges

Why the Explosive Report on Catholic Church Abuse Is Unlikely to Yield Criminal Charges

State laws that limit when criminal charges or lawsuits can be filed block many victims of childhood abuse from seeking justice when they come forward later in life. Judy Deaven, whose son was abused,
Bannon’s New Group Issues a Midterm Plea: Save Trump

Bannon’s New Group Issues a Midterm Plea: Save Trump

Stephen K. Bannon is forming a group to influence the midterm elections and make President Trump’s popularity among Republicans a signature issue.
‘It’s Really Hard to Be a Catholic’: The Pain of Reading the Sex Abuse Report

‘It’s Really Hard to Be a Catholic’: The Pain of Reading the Sex Abuse Report

Parishioners worshiped during a Mass at St. Paul’s Cathedral, the mother church of the Pittsburgh Diocese.

Fact Check: Was the U.S. Actually ‘Built on Tariffs,’ as Trump Says?

We took a look at the evidence for President Trump’s claim, which appeared to refer to a period starting in the late 19th century.
Anomaly or Omen? A House Republican Tells Voters He ‘Stood Up’ to Trump

Anomaly or Omen? A House Republican Tells Voters He ‘Stood Up’ to Trump

Representative David Joyce, Republican of Ohio, has issued an ad that promotes his ability to stand up to President Trump.
Overlooked No More: Sissieretta Jones, a Soprano Who Shattered Racial Barriers

Overlooked No More: Sissieretta Jones, a Soprano Who Shattered Racial Barriers

Sissieretta Jones in a photograph by Addison N. Scurlock, about 1911. She was perhaps the most famous of an early generation of African-American singers.
Herbert Sperling, Drug Kingpin Tied to French Connection Case, Dies at 79

Herbert Sperling, Drug Kingpin Tied to French Connection Case, Dies at 79

Herbert Sperling and his wife, Josephine, in the early 1970s. He was among the first defendants to be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole after federal judges were empowered to impose that
Four Girls Fight Off Would-Be Kidnapper at Summer Festival

Four Girls Fight Off Would-Be Kidnapper at Summer Festival

Bruce Hipkins, 22, confronted four young girls in Millington, Mich., and tried to kidnap one of them, the police said. They kicked and scratched him and “threw iced coffee at him until he finally let
Christine Hallquist on Her Primary Victory: ‘It Gives the Transgender Community Hope’

Christine Hallquist on Her Primary Victory: ‘It Gives the Transgender Community Hope’

Christine Hallquist greeted supporters at a polling location at a library on Tuesday.
Trump Revokes Ex-C.I.A. Director John Brennan’s Security Clearance

Trump Revokes Ex-C.I.A. Director John Brennan’s Security Clearance

The White House cited “erratic” behavior by Mr. Brennan, who has frequently been a fierce critic of the president.
School Administrator ‘Stunned’ After Being Suspended Because She’s Married to a Woman

School Administrator ‘Stunned’ After Being Suspended Because She’s Married to a Woman

Shelly Fitzgerald, who works at a Catholic school in Indianapolis and is married to a woman, was put on leave after school leaders obtained a copy of her marriage certificate.
Evidence Against Manafort Is ‘Overwhelming,’ Prosecutors Say

Evidence Against Manafort Is ‘Overwhelming,’ Prosecutors Say

Kevin Downing, who is defending Paul Manafort, entering federal court in Alexandria, Va., on Tuesday. Mr. Manafort’s lawyers presented no witnesses during the trial and focused much of their defense