The president’s re-election haul reflects a brisk fund-raising effort. Most of his predecessors, by contrast, did not kick off their campaigns until after the midterms.
The indictment of 12 Russian operatives provides never-before-seen detail about the central role of the online avatar Guccifer 2.0 in the dissemination of stolen Democratic documents.
The Israeli government showed three reporters, including one from The Times, documents indicating that the Iranian nuclear weapons program was larger and more sophisticated than once suspected.
As patience with the long war fades, diplomats have expanded authority to begin talks with the Taliban, which could grow into broader negotiations.
The military intelligence service suspected of disrupting the 2016 presidential campaign in the U.S. may be behind the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in England.
In an interview with CBS, the president said, “I’ll be asking about it,” but he again sought to play down his coming meeting with the Russian president in Finland.
By attacking Europe and starting a trade war with America’s closest allies, President Trump has already advanced the agenda of President Vladimir V. Putin, analysts say.
As many top Democrats eye a run for president in 2020, Elizabeth Warren has all but announced her candidacy, while Joe Biden is planning to campaign up to four days a week this fall for midterm candidates.
Senator Dianne Feinstein is widely expected to preserve her seat in the midterm elections, but the support for Mr. de León reflects the rise of younger liberal activists.
After years of being told to put on a suit and recite their résumé, women running for office are now revealing themselves in more complex ways.