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The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

Investigators for the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, have told President Trump's lawyers that they want to question him about his tweets.
15 Years of Covering the Detention of Terrorism Suspects

15 Years of Covering the Detention of Terrorism Suspects

The author after deplaning at a landing site in northeastern Syria with a military-escorted congressional delegation touring prisons for accused ISIS fighters captured by the Kurds.
Russian Hackers Appear to Shift Focus to U.S. Power Grid

Russian Hackers Appear to Shift Focus to U.S. Power Grid

Senator Claire McCaskill, Democrat of Missouri, last week on Capitol Hill. She said this week that her office had been targeted by Russian hackers, but that the effort had been unsuccessful.
‘Why Did You Leave Me?’ The Migrant Children Left Behind as Parents Are Deported

‘Why Did You Leave Me?’ The Migrant Children Left Behind as Parents Are Deported

Immigrant families at a bus station in McAllen, Tex. As the Trump administration has rushed to reunite thousands of children with their families, it has been left with 700 or more cases that have been
The Rules for Beating Donald Trump

The Rules for Beating Donald Trump

Trump supporters faced anti-Trump demonstrators at a protest in New York on Thursday.
Pruitt’s Successor Wants Rollbacks, Too. And He Wants Them to Stick.

Pruitt’s Successor Wants Rollbacks, Too. And He Wants Them to Stick.

Andrew Wheeler, the acting head of the Environmental Protection Agency, is moving more slowly to cut regulations than his predecessor, Scott Pruitt.
Five Lawmakers Call on U.S. to Investigate Florida ‘Stand Your Ground’ Case

Five Lawmakers Call on U.S. to Investigate Florida ‘Stand Your Ground’ Case

Michael McGlockton, standing in front of a photo of his son, Markeis McGlockton, who was shot dead last week. The shooter has not been arrested because of Florida’s so-called Stand Your Ground law,
Trump Says He’ll Stump for Vulnerable Republicans ‘Six or Seven Days a Week’

Trump Says He’ll Stump for Vulnerable Republicans ‘Six or Seven Days a Week’

President Trump in April in Florida. In a radio interview on Friday with Sean Hannity, Mr. Trump said he was confident that the strength of the economy and the demise of the Islamic State would boost
Designated for Assignment ... Permanently

Designated for Assignment ... Permanently

Chase Utley being tagged out while trying to steal second base during a game against the San Diego Padres earlier this month.
New York Moves to Kick Spectrum Out of State

New York Moves to Kick Spectrum Out of State

The state’s Public Service Commission ordered Charter Communications, which operates under the brand name Spectrum, to leave New York. It also ordered Charter to file a plan within 60 days to find a
As Affordable Housing Crisis Grows, HUD Sits on the Sidelines

As Affordable Housing Crisis Grows, HUD Sits on the Sidelines

Ben Carson, the housing secretary, with Terrance McCoy at a homeless youth center in Las Vegas. Mr. Carson continues to prioritize his push to reduce, rather than expand, assistance to the poor.

What the ‘Blood Moon’ Lunar Eclipse Looked Like

The entire moon was in shadow for 103 minutes, about 15 minutes longer than the average eclipse, and was visible from Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and parts of South America.
Sex Scandal Toppled a Silicon Valley Chief. Investors Say, So What?

Sex Scandal Toppled a Silicon Valley Chief. Investors Say, So What?

Mike Cagney was ousted as chief executive of Social Finance last year after questions about sexual misconduct. He has since raised $58 million for a new start-up.

Medicare Slashes Star Ratings for Staffing at 1 in 11 Nursing Homes

1,387 facilities got only one out of five stars for staffing because they failed to maintain the required nursing coverage or to provide data proving they did.
Missed Connection: Donald Trump Jr. and Robert Mueller Cross Paths at Washington Airport

Missed Connection: Donald Trump Jr. and Robert Mueller Cross Paths at Washington Airport

Robert S. Mueller III, second from left, the special counsel, and Donald Trump Jr., President Trump’s eldest son, standing second from right, on Friday at Gate 35X at Reagan National Airport near
A New Batsman for Pakistan

A New Batsman for Pakistan

Imran Khan at a rally in Islamabad on July 21.
New Hampshire, 94 Percent White, Asks: How Do You Diversify a Whole State?

New Hampshire, 94 Percent White, Asks: How Do You Diversify a Whole State?

Melina Hill Walker and Dick Martin at a gathering of business leaders, government officials and others this week on how to make New Hampshire more diverse.
Mai Skaf, Syrian Actress Who Defied Assad Regime, Dies at 49

Mai Skaf, Syrian Actress Who Defied Assad Regime, Dies at 49

Mai Skaf speaking at the funeral of her fellow actress and activist Fadwa Suleimane in Montreuil, a suburb of Paris, in 2017. “I will not lose hope,” she wrote two days before her death. “It’s the