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California Today: Why is the San Diego Sheriff’s Department Charging $350,000 for Records?

California Today: Why is the San Diego Sheriff’s Department Charging $350,000 for Records?

Valerie Rivera protested the death of her son Eric, who was shot by police officers while holding a toy gun in Los Angeles last year.
National Emergency, Amazon, Kashmir: Your Friday Briefing

National Emergency, Amazon, Kashmir: Your Friday Briefing

A protest against Amazon’s planned headquarters in Queens in January.
In a Divided Washington, Congress Averted a Shutdown — but at a Price

In a Divided Washington, Congress Averted a Shutdown — but at a Price

Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, convinced President Trump to sign legislation that would avoid another government shutdown.

A New Law Made Him a ‘Free Man on Paper,’ but He Died Behind Bars

The case of Steve Cheatham shows why so many families were pinning their hopes on the bipartisan criminal justice overhaul. For Mr. Cheatham, the reprieve came too late.
On Washington: In Wielding Emergency Powers, Trump Paves a Dangerous Path Forward

On Washington: In Wielding Emergency Powers, Trump Paves a Dangerous Path Forward

When it comes to congressional end runs, lawmakers warn President Trump that what goes around comes around.

On Politics: Trump Plans Emergency Declaration to Build Wall

A bill to fund the government includes nothing for the president’s promised border wall, but he planned to bypass Congress by declaring a national emergency.
The Federal Debt Is Rising. Concern Is Not.

The Federal Debt Is Rising. Concern Is Not.

The national debt has topped $22 trillion, a record, creating political challenges for both parties. The national debt clock in Times Square hasn’t quite caught up though.

He’s No Chuck Norris, but He Did Kill a Mountain Lion

The runner said the attack by a young cat in North Colorado won’t keep him from returning to the trails. But in the future, he’ll do so with a friend.
Travis Kauffman Is No Chuck Norris, but He Did Kill a Mountain Lion

Travis Kauffman Is No Chuck Norris, but He Did Kill a Mountain Lion

Travis Kauffman on Thursday recounted the mountain lion attack that left him with seven stitches along his cheek, six along the bridge of his nose and three on his wrist.
It Was a Busy Day in Washington. Here’s a Guide

It Was a Busy Day in Washington. Here’s a Guide

President Trump said Thursday he would declare a national emergency to build his long-promised border wall.
Answers to 4 Key Questions About Trump’s Declaration of an Emergency

Answers to 4 Key Questions About Trump’s Declaration of an Emergency

The White House confirmed that President Trump will declare a national emergency at the southern border.
Trump’s Face-Saving Way Out of Crisis Raises Fears Over Rule of Law

Trump’s Face-Saving Way Out of Crisis Raises Fears Over Rule of Law

President Trump is expected to declare a national emergency after signing a government funding bill that does not include money for a wall along the southern border with Mexico.

White Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Shooting Black Men After Hurricane Katrina

In 2005, Roland J. Bourgeois Jr., 55, opened fire at three young men crossing through his neighborhood to reach an evacuation site.
A Border Agent Detained Two Americans Speaking Spanish. Now They Have Sued.

A Border Agent Detained Two Americans Speaking Spanish. Now They Have Sued.

Martha Hernandez, left, and Ana Suda in front of a convenience store in Havre, Mont., where they say they were detained by a United States Border Patrol agent for speaking Spanish last year.
At 243 Pounds, Trump Tips the Scale Into Obesity

At 243 Pounds, Trump Tips the Scale Into Obesity

The White House released the results of President Trump’s annual physical, which showed a weight gain but lower cholesterol.
On Politics With Lisa Lerer: This Quiet Change Could Be a Big Deal in 2020

On Politics With Lisa Lerer: This Quiet Change Could Be a Big Deal in 2020

Howard Dean, the former national party chairman, will lead Democrats’ new data-sharing initiative.
Michael Avenatti Says He Gave R. Kelly Sex Video to Authorities

Michael Avenatti Says He Gave R. Kelly Sex Video to Authorities

R. Kelly, pictured in 2013, has been trailed by allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse for years, but he has never been convicted of a crime.