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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Defeats Joseph Crowley in Major Democratic House Upset

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Defeats Joseph Crowley in Major Democratic House Upset

Representative Joseph Crowley of New York during a news conference on Capitol Hill this month. Mr. Crowley lost the Democratic primary to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 28, a political newcomer from the

Donovan, Aided by Trump, Holds Off Grimm in G.O.P. Primary

Dan Donovan, the incumbent endorsed by President Trump, defeated Michael Grimm, who resigned from Congress in 2014 after pleading guilty to tax fraud.
Federal Judge in California Halts Splitting of Migrant Families at Border

Federal Judge in California Halts Splitting of Migrant Families at Border

Speaker Paul D. Ryan on Tuesday in Washington. He reiterated Tuesday that he wants migrant families to be kept together.
Gang ‘Hunting’ for Rivals Is Said to Have Mistakenly Killed Teenager

Gang ‘Hunting’ for Rivals Is Said to Have Mistakenly Killed Teenager

Leandra Feliz, right, emerged from Ortiz Funeral Home with her daughter, center, and daughter-in-law, left, to thank the crowd gathered at a wake for her 15-year-old son, Lesandro Guzman-Feliz.
Trump Helps Boost Two Preferred Candidates While Progressive Democrats Gain

Trump Helps Boost Two Preferred Candidates While Progressive Democrats Gain

Gov. Henry McMaster of South Carolina on Tuesday night at a watch party in Columbia for the state’s Republican primary runoff election.
Editorial: Viva Mexico, America’s Team

Editorial: Viva Mexico, America’s Team

Mexico celebrating a goal during a match against South Korea in the World Cup on Saturday.
Roiling Markets, U.S. Insists World Must Stop Buying Iranian Oil

Roiling Markets, U.S. Insists World Must Stop Buying Iranian Oil

An Iranian oil facility on Kharg Island, in the Persian Gulf. Oil markets were shaken Tuesday by a State Department announcement that the United States will impose sanctions against all importers of
About New York: Caught on Speed Camera, a Senator Who’d Like to Shut Them Down

About New York: Caught on Speed Camera, a Senator Who’d Like to Shut Them Down

Senator Martin J. Golden, a Republican of Brooklyn, right, is one of a tiny number of car owners who have been ticketed 10 or more times for speeding in a school zone monitored by cameras.
Georgia Resident Convicted of Murder in ‘Heinous’ 1983 Killing of Black Man

Georgia Resident Convicted of Murder in ‘Heinous’ 1983 Killing of Black Man

Frank Gebhardt, 60, looked at his family during his murder trial in Griffin, Ga., last week. He was convicted of murder and other charges on Tuesday.
Sonia Sotomayor Delivers Sharp Dissent in Travel Ban Case

Sonia Sotomayor Delivers Sharp Dissent in Travel Ban Case

One of Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s most striking decisions in her dissent was to repeat the words of the president himself.
Manafort Trial Is to Go Forward, but Judge Warns Mueller to Stay Within Authority

Manafort Trial Is to Go Forward, but Judge Warns Mueller to Stay Within Authority

Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, arriving this month at federal court in Washington.
Senate Odd Couple Tries to Salvage an Immigration Deal

Senate Odd Couple Tries to Salvage an Immigration Deal

Senator Ted Cruz last week in Washington. He is facing an unusually spirited midterm challenge from Representative Beto O’Rourke.
Trump May Soften Sweeping Plan to Restrict Chinese Investments

Trump May Soften Sweeping Plan to Restrict Chinese Investments

A passenger plane being constructed in Chengdu, China. The White House has threatened tariffs, investment restrictions and export controls on the country as it looks to combat Beijing’s dominance in
Editorial: Democrats Appealing to the Heart? Yes, Please

Editorial: Democrats Appealing to the Heart? Yes, Please

Amy McGrath thanking her volunteers for their support a day before she won the Democratic primary last month for a House seat representing Lexington, Ky.
As Summit Nears, NATO Allies Have One Main Worry: Trump

As Summit Nears, NATO Allies Have One Main Worry: Trump

After his angry performance with fellow Group of 7 leaders, allies fear that President Trump will deliver a noisy, divisive NATO summit meeting next month.
The Court Ruled Correctly on the Travel Ban

The Court Ruled Correctly on the Travel Ban

President Trump after signing the original travel ban on Jan. 27, 2017.
Is America Ready to Love Cottage Cheese Again?

Is America Ready to Love Cottage Cheese Again?

Clabbered cottage cheese at Cowgirl Creamery’s Sidekick Cafe at the Ferry Building in San Francisco.
Korematsu, Notorious Supreme Court Ruling on Japanese Internment, Is Finally Tossed Out

Korematsu, Notorious Supreme Court Ruling on Japanese Internment, Is Finally Tossed Out

A Japanese internment camp in Manzanar, Calif., in 1942. In upholding President Trump’s travel ban on Tuesday, the Supreme Court also overruled the case that had allowed the World War II internments