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Trump, Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Meeting Next Month

Trump, Kim Jong-un to Hold Second Meeting Next Month

President Trump plans to meet Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, next month.
Mnuchin Flew to L.A. on Private Jet of Billionaire Michael Milken

Mnuchin Flew to L.A. on Private Jet of Billionaire Michael Milken

Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, with his wife, Louise Linton, and Michael R. Milken in August in Water Mill, N.Y.
Democrats Call for Inquiry Into Report That Trump Directed Cohen to Lie

Democrats Call for Inquiry Into Report That Trump Directed Cohen to Lie

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s longtime lawyer and fixer, was sentenced last month to three years in prison.
It Was a Sanctuary for Immigrants in the Bronx. Then One of Its Owners Was Arrested

It Was a Sanctuary for Immigrants in the Bronx. Then One of Its Owners Was Arrested

Yajaira Saavedra, holding her niece, Lila, and her family own La Morada restaurant in the South Bronx. Ms. Saavedra said that when she was detained by the police, “I was just thinking that this could
Your Sweat Will See You Now

Your Sweat Will See You Now

A soft, wearable patch measures the chemical contents of sweat on the skin. It could be used to screen for cystic fibrosis, and give athletes real-time performance data.

Thousands March in Washington at Annual Anti-Abortion Rally

Vice President Mike Pence and Karen, his wife, made a surprise visit to the rally on Friday. President Trump addressed the crowd in a prerecorded message.

Pelosi: ‘The President Outing Our Trip’ Made It Dangerous

Speaker Nancy Pelosi had to delay plans to visit troops in Afghanistan due to security concerns.
Major Winter Storm Threatens Millions in Midwest and Northeast

Major Winter Storm Threatens Millions in Midwest and Northeast

Heavy rains in La Habra, Calif., on Wednesday brought threats of mudslides.
Pelosi Delays Trip as Trump Administration Leaks Travel Plans

Pelosi Delays Trip as Trump Administration Leaks Travel Plans

The House speaker and other lawmakers had planned to fly commercially to Afghanistan after the president revoked the use of a military plane, but the trip was delayed over security concerns.
Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths

Study Links Drug Maker Gifts for Doctors to More Overdose Deaths

Family and friends of people who died of opioid overdoses left pill bottles in protest outside the headquarters of Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, in August.
R. Kelly’s Manager Surrenders on Threat Charge

R. Kelly’s Manager Surrenders on Threat Charge

Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage claim their daughter is being held captive by R. Kelly. The singer’s manager is accused of threatening to harm the couple.
El Espace: 500,000 Students Are Affected by the L.A. Teachers Strike. Most Are Latino.

El Espace: 500,000 Students Are Affected by the L.A. Teachers Strike. Most Are Latino.

A protester in Los Angeles holds a sign breaking down (and translating) her demands.
California Today: How a Restaurant Critic Decides Where to Eat

California Today: How a Restaurant Critic Decides Where to Eat

Dried fish and produce hanging in the kitchen at Angler, the first restaurant reviewed by Tejal Rao in her role as The New York Times’s California restaurant critic.
Doug Jones Risks His Alabama Senate Seat Over the Shutdown and the Wall

Doug Jones Risks His Alabama Senate Seat Over the Shutdown and the Wall

Senator Doug Jones, Democrat of Alabama, is the most vulnerable senator of his party who is up for re-election in 2020.
‘It’s Making Us Less Prepared’: Shutdown Slows Planning for Hurricanes and Other Disasters

‘It’s Making Us Less Prepared’: Shutdown Slows Planning for Hurricanes and Other Disasters

Damage caused by Hurricane Michael in Lynn Haven, Fla., in October. Research and instruction have come to a halt for hurricane forecasters and an array of other emergency workers.
Federal Courts, Running Out of Money, Brace for Shutdown’s Pain

Federal Courts, Running Out of Money, Brace for Shutdown’s Pain

The United States District Court in Alexandria, Va. Judges and court officials around the country are bracing for the likelihood that the federal judiciary will be unable to maintain its current
Microsoft’s Leap Into Housing Illuminates Government’s Retreat

Microsoft’s Leap Into Housing Illuminates Government’s Retreat

Seattle’s tech boom has driven up housing prices in neighborhoods once considered moderately priced, like Ballard, seen here.