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Excerpts From Trump’s Interview With The New York Times

President Trump spoke with The New York Times on Thursday, sitting down with two White House correspondents, Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman, and A.G. Sulzberger, the newspaper’s publisher.
Trilobites: You Flushed the Toilet. They Made Some Bricks.

Trilobites: You Flushed the Toilet. They Made Some Bricks.

Abbas Mohajerani holds a brick made with biosolid waste, or treated wastewater sludge.

Fact Check: Fact-Checking President Trump’s Interview With The New York Times

President Trump, in an interview with The New York Times, made numerous inaccurate statements about trade, the military and his border wall, among other topics.

E.U. Suspects 8 Banks of Colluding on Bond Sales

The European Commission said the banks, which it did not name, may have breached antitrust rules by coordinating strategies for buying and selling European government bonds.
Book Written by Detainee via WhatsApp Gets a Top Prize

Book Written by Detainee via WhatsApp Gets a Top Prize

Behrouz Boochani has been held in a detention center on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea for more than five years.
The Billionaire’s Stadium Next Door

The Billionaire’s Stadium Next Door

Children dashed across a playground in Vine City, a neighborhood in Atlanta, against a backdrop of the billion-dollar stadium that will host the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Brexit, Trump, Serbia: Your Friday Briefing

Brexit, Trump, Serbia: Your Friday Briefing

A stockpile of materials at Pressmark Pressings, which makes auto parts at a factory in Atherstone, about 100 miles northwest of London.
Sackler Scion’s Email Reveals Push for High-Dose OxyContin, New Lawsuit Disclosures Claim

Sackler Scion’s Email Reveals Push for High-Dose OxyContin, New Lawsuit Disclosures Claim

Demonstrators outside Purdue Pharma’s headquarters in Stamford, Conn., in August.
ICE Says It Is Force-Feeding Detainees Who Are on Hunger Strike

ICE Says It Is Force-Feeding Detainees Who Are on Hunger Strike

Protesters outside an immigration processing center in El Paso last year. On Thursday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said the agency was force-feeding six detainees there who were on
Senate Evidence Clarifies Mystery Calls Around Trump Tower Meeting

Senate Evidence Clarifies Mystery Calls Around Trump Tower Meeting

Donald Trump Jr. has testified privately that he could not recall who called him from blocked numbers around the time of a 2016 meeting with Russians.
Syria Ordered to Pay $302.5 Million to Family of Marie Colvin

Syria Ordered to Pay $302.5 Million to Family of Marie Colvin

The journalist Marie Colvin in Cairo in 2012. She was killed in Syria later that year.
5 Takeaways From The Times’s Interview With President Trump

5 Takeaways From The Times’s Interview With President Trump

President Trump held forth from the Oval Office on Thursday about the special counsel’s investigation and his relationship with his top intelligence officials, among other topics.
Trump’s Campaign Spent Heavily as He Hit the Midterm Trail

Trump’s Campaign Spent Heavily as He Hit the Midterm Trail

President Trump at a rally in Cape Girardeau, Mo., on the day before the midterm elections in November. Records show the Trump campaign spent $23 million in the last three months of last year.
Catholic Church in Texas Names Nearly 300 Priests Accused of Sex Abuse

Catholic Church in Texas Names Nearly 300 Priests Accused of Sex Abuse

Roman Catholic leaders in Texas on Thursday identified nearly 300 clergy members accused of sexually abusing children. Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, pictured, said
As Trump Demands His Wall, Lawmakers Plead for Space to Negotiate

As Trump Demands His Wall, Lawmakers Plead for Space to Negotiate

Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters during her weekly news conference that “there’s not going to be any wall money” in a final bill.

Trump, in Interview, Calls Wall Talks ‘Waste of Time’ and Dismisses Investigations

President Trump indicated he will most likely take action on his own when the talks officially end in two weeks.
Trump, Pence Lead G.O.P. Seizure of Late-Term Abortion as a Potent 2020 Issue

Trump, Pence Lead G.O.P. Seizure of Late-Term Abortion as a Potent 2020 Issue

Anti-abortion activists on Jan. 18 outside of the United States Supreme Court in Washington during the March for Life.