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New York Public Housing Set to Get Federal Monitor and $1 Billion in Repairs

New York Public Housing Set to Get Federal Monitor and $1 Billion in Repairs

Under New York City’s watch, maintenance was deferred, capital projects were delayed and a backlog of repairs grew at its public housing developments, including the Queensbridge Houses in Long Island
Common Sense: How the Government Could Win the AT&T-Time Warner Case

Common Sense: How the Government Could Win the AT&T-Time Warner Case

Looming over a proposed merger with Time Warner are AT&T’s size and influence in cable, wireless and satellite communications. It’s the nation’s largest telecommunications company, the
Common Sense: How the Government Could Win the AT&T-Time Warner Case

Common Sense: How the Government Could Win the AT&T-Time Warner Case

Looming over a proposed merger with Time Warner are AT&T’s size and influence in cable, wireless and satellite communications. It’s the nation’s largest telecommunications company, the
Trump Had Power to Attack Syria Without Congress, Justice Dept. Memo Says

Trump Had Power to Attack Syria Without Congress, Justice Dept. Memo Says

The United States launched an attack in Syria in April.
Here’s What You Missed in American Politics

Here’s What You Missed in American Politics

Attorney General Jeff Sessions and President Trump during the wreath-laying ceremony on Monday at Arlington National Cemetery.
Pardon System Needs Fixing, Advocates Say, but They Cringe at Trump’s Approach

Pardon System Needs Fixing, Advocates Say, but They Cringe at Trump’s Approach

Matthew Charles, left, who got out of prison in 2016, was sent back last month after a court ruled he was not eligible for early release.
Pardon System Needs Fixing, Advocates Say, but They Cringe at Trump’s Approach

Pardon System Needs Fixing, Advocates Say, but They Cringe at Trump’s Approach

Matthew Charles, left, who got out of prison in 2016, was sent back last month after a court ruled he was not eligible for early release.
Holder: 'We're Going To Be in the Middle of Some Kind of Crisis' with DOJ

Holder: 'We're Going To Be in the Middle of Some Kind of Crisis' with DOJ

On Friday, former Attorney General Eric Holder predicted there will be a point where the Department of Justice “will not go any further.” He further stated, “We’re going to be in the middle of some
Trump’s Lawyers, in Confidential Memo, Argue to Head Off a Historic Subpoena

Trump’s Lawyers, in Confidential Memo, Argue to Head Off a Historic Subpoena

President Trump’s lawyers have privately laid out a broad view of his constitutional powers in their fight to keep him from being forced to testify in front of a grand jury in the special counsel
Trump’s Lawyers, in Confidential Memo, Argue to Head Off a Historic Subpoena

Trump’s Lawyers, in Confidential Memo, Argue to Head Off a Historic Subpoena

President Trump’s lawyers have privately laid out a broad view of his constitutional powers in their fight to keep him from being forced to testify in front of a grand jury in the special counsel
Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Discipline A.C.L.U.

Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Discipline A.C.L.U.

Activists demonstrated in Washington in support of a young, undocumented immigrant seeking an abortion in Texas in October.
Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Discipline A.C.L.U.

Supreme Court Rejects Bid to Discipline A.C.L.U.

Activists demonstrated in Washington in support of a young, undocumented immigrant seeking an abortion in Texas in October.
News Analysis: Trump and His Lawyers Embrace a Vision of Vast Executive Power

News Analysis: Trump and His Lawyers Embrace a Vision of Vast Executive Power

President Trump asserted in a Twitter post on Monday that he had “the absolute right” to pardon himself.
News Analysis: Trump and His Lawyers Embrace a Vision of Vast Executive Power

News Analysis: Trump and His Lawyers Embrace a Vision of Vast Executive Power

President Trump asserted in a Twitter post on Monday that he had “the absolute right” to pardon himself.
U.S. Army Veteran Tried to Spy for China, Officials Say

U.S. Army Veteran Tried to Spy for China, Officials Say

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, where Ron Rockwell Hansen of Syracuse, Utah, was arrested on Saturday, just before he entered the airport to board a connecting flight to China.
U.S. Army Veteran Tried to Spy for China, Officials Say

U.S. Army Veteran Tried to Spy for China, Officials Say

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, where Ron Rockwell Hansen of Syracuse, Utah, was arrested on Saturday, just before he entered the airport to board a connecting flight to China.
U.S. Army Veteran Tried to Spy for China, Officials Say

U.S. Army Veteran Tried to Spy for China, Officials Say

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, where Ron Rockwell Hansen of Syracuse, Utah, was arrested on Saturday, just before he entered the airport to board a connecting flight to China.
Donald Trump Has Unblocked Some Critics on Twitter, But He Clearly Isn’t Happy About It

Donald Trump Has Unblocked Some Critics on Twitter, But He Clearly Isn’t Happy About It

A judge ruled the blocking was unconstitutional, but this isn't the end of the matter.
White House Unblocks Twitter Users Who Sued Trump, but Appeals Ruling

White House Unblocks Twitter Users Who Sued Trump, but Appeals Ruling

President Trump had been sued by seven Twitter users after they were barred from interacting with Mr. Trump’s account.