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In Courting New Liberals, Pelosi Runs a Risk: A Freedom Caucus of the Left

In Courting New Liberals, Pelosi Runs a Risk: A Freedom Caucus of the Left

Rashida Tlaib, left, and Ayanna Pressley, both freshman Democrats, on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Ms. Tlaib has demanded an end to “the old culture of waiting your turn.”
Independent Autopsy of Transgender Asylum Seeker Who Died in ICE Custody Shows Signs of Abuse

Independent Autopsy of Transgender Asylum Seeker Who Died in ICE Custody Shows Signs of Abuse

Roxsana Hernandez Rodriguez died in May while in custody of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
Trump Could Seek a China Trade Truce at G-20, Despite Tough Talk

Trump Could Seek a China Trade Truce at G-20, Despite Tough Talk

President Trump will meet President Xi Jinping of China at the G-20 summit meeting this weekend in Buenos Aires.
Ahead of Peace Talks for Yemen, Senate Weighs Rebuke to Saudis

Ahead of Peace Talks for Yemen, Senate Weighs Rebuke to Saudis

The rubble of a factory in Sanaa, Yemen. The Senate will vote on whether to withdraw support of Saudi Arabia in the conflict in Yemen.
Most ‘Bridgegate’ Convictions Upheld in Case Against Two Ex-Christie Allies

Most ‘Bridgegate’ Convictions Upheld in Case Against Two Ex-Christie Allies

Bill Baroni, left, and Bridget Anne Kelly with members of Ms. Kelly’s legal team in 2016. They were cleared Tuesday of two of the seven counts they had been found guilty of that year.

‘Why Do You Think I Should?’: Bolton Defends Not Listening to Khashoggi Tape

John R. Bolton, President Trump’s national security adviser, said he would not learn anything from listening to the tape of the journalist’s killing because he does not speak Arabic.
‘Large-Scale Reforms’ of Georgia Elections Sought in Federal Lawsuit

‘Large-Scale Reforms’ of Georgia Elections Sought in Federal Lawsuit

Brian Kemp has maintained that his policies as secretary of state protected the integrity of the elections.
In This Corner of New York City, It’s Gray-Haired Pedestrians vs. Bikes

In This Corner of New York City, It’s Gray-Haired Pedestrians vs. Bikes

Maurice Rosenthal, center, 96, rests in Clara Coffey Park in the Sutton Place neighborhood in Manhattan. The park is a popular gathering spot for many of the neighborhood’s older residents.
M.L.B., Once Averse to Gambling, Strikes a Deal with MGM Resorts

M.L.B., Once Averse to Gambling, Strikes a Deal with MGM Resorts

On Tuesday, James Murren, chief executive of MGM Resorts, and Rob Manfred, M.L.B.’s commissioner, announced MGM becoming baseball’s official gambling industry partner.
Can There Be a Citizenship Question on the 2020 Census? A Judge Will Soon Rule

Can There Be a Citizenship Question on the 2020 Census? A Judge Will Soon Rule

A decision by Wilbur Ross, the secretary of commerce, to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census is being challenged in federal court.
Republicans Had One Black Woman in Congress. Now They Have None.

Republicans Had One Black Woman in Congress. Now They Have None.

Mia Love, flanked by her parents at left and her husband and two of their children at right, conceded on Monday in Salt Lake City that she had lost her bid for a third term in the House.
In Standoff With Russia, What Does Ukraine’s Martial Law Decree Mean?

In Standoff With Russia, What Does Ukraine’s Martial Law Decree Mean?

A Russian intelligence officer escorting a Ukrainian sailor to a court room in Simferopol on Tuesday.
Material Culture: How a Japanese Craftsman Lives by the Consuming Art of Indigo Dyeing

Material Culture: How a Japanese Craftsman Lives by the Consuming Art of Indigo Dyeing

A collection of Kanji Hama’s beautifully hand-patterned and indigo-dyed fabrics along with tools of the craft.
Greens Thrive in Germany as the ‘Alternative’ to Far-Right Populism

Greens Thrive in Germany as the ‘Alternative’ to Far-Right Populism

A demonstration in October to stop the expansion of an open-pit coal mine in western Germany. The Greens benefit from a long tradition of environmentalism in the country.
Most Dangerous Place for Women Is the Home, U.N. Report Finds

Most Dangerous Place for Women Is the Home, U.N. Report Finds

Commemorating the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women in El Salvador on Monday.
A Hot Seat for Facebook, an Empty Chair for Zuckerberg and a Vow to Share Secret Files

A Hot Seat for Facebook, an Empty Chair for Zuckerberg and a Vow to Share Secret Files

Richard Allan, Facebook’s vice president for policy solutions, attended the session on Tuesday in London in place of Mark Zuckerberg, sitting next to the empty seat left for his boss.
The Number of Undocumented Immigrants in the U.S. Has Dropped, a Study Says. Here Are 5 Takeaways.

The Number of Undocumented Immigrants in the U.S. Has Dropped, a Study Says. Here Are 5 Takeaways.

Immigrants were apprehended by law enforcement agents in Laredo, Tex., in August. The number of unauthorized migrants living in the United States has steadily declined.