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Howard Kaminsky, Publisher With a Best-Seller Sense, Dies at 77

Howard Kaminsky, Publisher With a Best-Seller Sense, Dies at 77

Howard Kaminsky with his wife and writing partner, Susan Kaminsky, at their home on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in 1999. She died in 2008.
From Truman to Trump: How U.S. Presidents Have Addressed the U.N.

From Truman to Trump: How U.S. Presidents Have Addressed the U.N.

President Jimmy Carter speaking at the United Nations in 1977.
From Truman to Trump: How U.S. Presidents Have Addressed the U.N.

From Truman to Trump: How U.S. Presidents Have Addressed the U.N.

President Jimmy Carter speaking at the United Nations in 1977.
Documenting U.S. Role in Democracy’s Fall and Dictator’s Rise in Chile

Documenting U.S. Role in Democracy’s Fall and Dictator’s Rise in Chile

A phone in the exhibition “Secrets of State: The Declassified History of the Chilean Dictatorship” at the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago, Chile. Visitors can pick up the receiver to
Trump Abandons Idea of Sending Terrorism Suspect to Guantánamo

Trump Abandons Idea of Sending Terrorism Suspect to Guantánamo

President Trump at a meeting at the White House on Tuesday.
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Should Fire the E.P.A.’s Scott Pruitt

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Should Fire the E.P.A.’s Scott Pruitt

Scott Pruitt, administrator of the E.P.A., has built his political career by attacking clean-air and clean-water rules.
Behind the Race to Publish the Top-Secret Pentagon Papers

Behind the Race to Publish the Top-Secret Pentagon Papers

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, then the publisher of The New York Times, answered questions about the Pentagon Papers in 1971.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Presidential Incapacity: A Holiday Gift Guide

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Presidential Incapacity: A Holiday Gift Guide

President Dwight Eisenhower at Fitzsimons Army Hospital, where he convalesced after his heart attack in 1955.
As Trump Targets the Press, His White House Is Screening a Journalism Tribute

As Trump Targets the Press, His White House Is Screening a Journalism Tribute

Tom Hanks as the editor Ben Bradlee and Meryl Streep as the publisher Katharine Graham in “The Post.” Mr. Hanks said in December that he would not attend a White House screening of his movie.
Nonfiction: The Presidential Election That America Lost

Nonfiction: The Presidential Election That America Lost

Richard Nixon campaigns in Philadelphia in September 1968.
Opinion: They Were Bad. He May Be Worse.

Opinion: They Were Bad. He May Be Worse.

Presidents Andrew Johnson, left, James Buchanan and Donald Trump.
Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Repeats Nixon’s Fateful Panic

Op-Ed Columnist: Trump Repeats Nixon’s Fateful Panic

President Nixon announced he would turn over transcripts of White House tapes to House impeachment investigators in 1974.

Trump Calls Justice Department and F.B.I. Conduct ‘a Disgrace’

Democrats warn against firing Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, whom the president singled out for criticism.

Trump Calls Justice Department and F.B.I. Conduct ‘a Disgrace’

Democrats warn against firing Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, whom the president singled out for criticism.
Op-Ed Contributor: How Congress Can Protect Mueller

Op-Ed Contributor: How Congress Can Protect Mueller

Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation, leaving the Capitol in June.