Commandos who played a key role in helping American forces are waiting for visas in the United Arab Emirates, and are among the last of the evacuated Afghans to get a chance to reach the United States.
The Federal Reserve is still buying bonds as prices surge. Some praise the central bank’s continuing policy pivot; others ask if it was fast enough.
Why Congress should reform the Electoral Count Act.
New Gallup numbers may portend a political earthquake.
Don’t teach anything that makes students uncomfortable.
Fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine are growing, but diplomatic options remain.
Following last week’s Supreme Court ruling, the House panel has received material that it hopes could flesh out how the attack on the Capitol came about.
A district attorney in Georgia is investigating possible election interference by former President Donald J. Trump and his allies.
Lawmakers asked the Government Accountability Office to review “critical incident teams,” and two House committees will conduct a separate investigation.
The move signals a shift for the Biden administration as the United States and NATO allies brace for possible Russian military action.
The research could have policy implications as President Biden pushes to revive his proposal to expand the child tax credit.
Mr. Avenatti rose to prominence as one of then-President Donald J. Trump’s primary foils. But prosecutors say he was defrauding his best-known client.
Some members of Congress have strangely good timing when it comes to stock investments.
His marathon news conference last week did not suggest that he thought his presidency needed a reboot — or even a rebranding.
Democrats in Virginia denounced the action as a partisan move aimed at helping former President Donald J. Trump undercut the investigation of the Capitol riot.
A Trump administration weakening of climate rules has kept incandescent bulbs on store shelves, and research shows they’re concentrated in shops serving poorer areas.
The president is also considering deploying warships and aircraft to NATO allies, in what would be a major shift from its restrained stance on Ukraine.
The administration has gotten much right, but its response has been hampered by confusing messaging, a lack of focus on testing, fear of political blowback and the coronavirus’s unpredictability.
Readers respond to columns by Ross Douthat and Michelle Goldberg. Also: Bosses who are jerks; voter suppression, then and now.
The former president and the governor of Florida are on a collision course for the future of the G.OP.
To many of those who attended the Trump rally but who never breached the Capitol, that date wasn’t a dark day for the nation. It was a new start.
Kyrsten Sinema, a first-term Arizona senator, was rebuked by fellow Democrats in her state after her vote on the filibuster helped sink the party’s voting-rights legislation.
Searching for a non-disastrous way back from American overreach.
Arguments about the filibuster need the right context.
The administration made a lot of the right economic moves in its first year, but high inflation is reason enough to postpone any celebrations.
Gov. Doug Ducey has been using federal pandemic aid to undermine school mask requirements, which Treasury said violated the law.
The president said passage of a China competition bill was needed “for the sake of our economic competitiveness and our national security.”
President Biden rebooted. Democrats feuded. And Republicans watched it all with glee.
Pressure is mounting on the Justice Department to investigate bogus electors who claimed that Donald J. Trump defeated Joseph R. Biden Jr. in their states.
Mr. Fruman was at the center of a campaign to damage then-President Donald J. Trump’s rivals, but was brought down by campaign finance charges.
The road to successful vaccines; mask distribution; Starbucks; Build Back Better; Trump’s call to Georgia; leaving the G.O.P.; a football fan’s plea.
Jonathan Pershing, a veteran diplomat, worked to reassert the U.S. role in global negotiations. He said he was optimistic that the world will avert climate catastrophe.
More Democrats are focusing on it.
The erosion of reproductive rights is a result of raw, bare-knuckled politics, as a minority exercises its power over a majority.
Ron Klain, President Biden’s chief of staff, reflects on the first year of the administration.
Why a section of the 14th Amendment could offer a challenge to Madison Cawthorn and others running for office this year.
When a “federal takeover of elections” is nothing of the kind.
When politics becomes “a pervasive and largely unavoidable source of chronic stress.”
A new internal report found that minorities felt marginalized at the Treasury agency that produces the nation’s coins.
The president’s agenda — big progressive change — has placed Democratic priorities over the voters’ desire for practical help on the pandemic and inflation.
Building up U.S. chip production has been a focus of lawmakers and companies alike amid a global shortage of the crucial components.
Senator Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, chose to plunge ahead because of the importance of the issue even after the outcome became preordained.
Senators Cory Booker, Tim Scott and Raphael Warnock brought vastly different perspectives to proceedings that highlighted the Senate’s striking lack of diversity.
As discussions resumed over how to whittle down Democrats’ marquee plan, Senator Joe Manchin, a key holdout, said any talks would be “starting from scratch.”
Anti-vaccine politics explain many of the president’s problems.
Eric Adams spoke at a national gathering of mayors and focused on the importance of cities demonstrating that government can work.
President Biden will retreat from fruitless negotiations with lawmakers and instead emphasize his power to govern, senior White House advisers said.
The Fox News host discussed with the White House press secretary how to dissuade the president from pursuing claims of voter fraud, newly disclosed documents show.
In a letter to President Biden, dozens of Democrats in Congress raised grave concerns about “repeated civilian casualties arising from secretive and unaccountable lethal operations.”
The voting rights bill and the filibuster. Also: A Supreme Court ruling; President Biden and Ukraine; Medicare and Covid tests; an American paradox.