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News Analysis: Trump’s Meeting With Kim Jong-un Is Another Pledge to Do What Nobody Else Can

News Analysis: Trump’s Meeting With Kim Jong-un Is Another Pledge to Do What Nobody Else Can

President Trump in November in Seoul, South Korea. He said on Thursday that he had agreed to meet the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, in the next two months.
Fact Check: Little Evidence Supports Trump’s Claims Against China on Tariffs and Trade

Fact Check: Little Evidence Supports Trump’s Claims Against China on Tariffs and Trade

Rolls of steel in a transshipment yard in northeast China. President Trump has accused China of unfair tactics in the steel trade, including transshipping.
Common Sense: What History Has to Say About the ‘Winners’ in Trade Wars

Common Sense: What History Has to Say About the ‘Winners’ in Trade Wars

Senator Reed Smoot and Representative Willis C. Hawley at the Capitol in December 1929. The Smoot-Hawley Tariff act of 1930 imposed steep tariffs on imported goods, touching off a trade war that
One Hotel in Panama, but Two Competing Websites (and a Single Mention of Trump)

One Hotel in Panama, but Two Competing Websites (and a Single Mention of Trump)

A worker cleaning the site where the Trump name was removed from the Trump International Hotel & Tower Panama.
Stormy Daniels Lawsuit Opens Door to Further Trouble for Trump

Stormy Daniels Lawsuit Opens Door to Further Trouble for Trump

A suit filed this week by an adult film actress who claims to have had an affair with President Trump could lead to his having to testify in a deposition.
Why G.O.P. Is Spending Millions on a Soon-to-Vanish Seat in Trump Country

Why G.O.P. Is Spending Millions on a Soon-to-Vanish Seat in Trump Country

A campaign event for Rick Saccone, a Republican, on Monday in Waynesburg, Pa.
Review: In ‘Good for Otto,’ a Case of Psychiatrist, Shrink Thyself

Review: In ‘Good for Otto,’ a Case of Psychiatrist, Shrink Thyself

Ed Harris as Dr. Michaels and Rileigh McDonald as Frannie in David Rabe’s play about a small-town mental health clinic.
Op-Ed Columnist: President Trump’s North Korea Gamble

Op-Ed Columnist: President Trump’s North Korea Gamble

North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, center, attended a parade in February to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the country’s military. Photo provided by the North Korean government.
Obama in Talks to Provide Shows for Netflix

Obama in Talks to Provide Shows for Netflix

President Obama at the Obama Foundation Summit in Chicago in October. He is in talks with Netflix for a series of programs, possibly to highlight inspirational stories.

Seeking ‘Peaceful Resolution’: Transcript of South Korean Adviser’s Remarks

Remarks by South Korea’s national security adviser, Chung Eui-yong, at the White House after a meeting with President Trump.
Trump Administration Blocks Idaho’s Plan to Circumvent Health Law

Trump Administration Blocks Idaho’s Plan to Circumvent Health Law

Gov. C.L. Otter of Idaho. The state wants to allow plans that would, among other violations of the Affordable Care Act, allow insurance companies to charge higher premiums to people with pre-existing

South Korean Official on Trump, Kim Jong-un and Denuclearization

Mr. Trump and Mr. Kim were said to have agreed to direct talks, a first between a U.S. president and a North Korean leader.
News Analysis: Netanyahu’s Bilingual U.S. Tour: Triumphal and Defensive

News Analysis: Netanyahu’s Bilingual U.S. Tour: Triumphal and Defensive

Benjamin Netanyahu at the United Nations on Thursday. Will this be his last American visit as Israel’s prime minister?
Judge Floats Idea to Settle @realDonaldTrump Twitter Blocking Case

Judge Floats Idea to Settle @realDonaldTrump Twitter Blocking Case

Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza and Philip Cohen, two of the seven people who have filed a lawsuit after being blocked by President Trump on Twitter, after arguments in federal court on Thursday.
North Korea Asks for Direct Nuclear Talks, and Trump Agrees

North Korea Asks for Direct Nuclear Talks, and Trump Agrees

No sitting American president has ever met a North Korean leader, and the meeting would be a breathtaking gamble for Mr. Trump.
Yale Rape Verdict Shows How ‘Yes Means Yes’ Can Be Murkier in Court

Yale Rape Verdict Shows How ‘Yes Means Yes’ Can Be Murkier in Court

Saifullah Khan, who was accused of raping a fellow Yale student on Halloween night in 2015, was declared not guilty on Wednesday after barely three hours of deliberations.