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William P. Barr, a supporter of executive power who served as attorney general in 1991-93, is a front-runner to lead the Justice Department again.
He failed to tell government agencies of his acquisition of additional voting securities in the Madison Square Garden Company, the government says.
In the On Politics newsletter, the incentives to a presidential bid; plus, an update on the voter fraud story in North Carolina.
The Statehouse’s holiday display includes a Christmas tree, a menorah and a tribute to Satan, which are all protected by the First Amendment.
Senators and outside groups have all but accused Republican leaders of underrepresenting a bill’s support to justify not scheduling a vote before Congress adjourns.
President Trump says he wants to see us return to the high tariff days of William McKinley. History, so far, seems to be repeating itself in some telling ways.
These two pragmatic Republicans, both Navy veterans, came of age when leaders acknowledged that there were far greater threats in the world than the opposing party.
She and her husband, also a doctor, waged a campaign against “the medicalization of everyday life” and an “epidemic of diagnoses.”
The recipient of numerous honors, Mrs. Swimmer was deeply respected by members of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee: “Everyone called her grandmother.”
The Democratic candidate, T.J. Cox, was declared the winner. With this result, Democrats have now captured 40 House seats from Republicans.
Prosecutors accused Actelion Pharmaceuticals, which Johnson & Johnson acquired in 2017, of violating Medicare laws by funneling money through a patient-assistance charity.
Citing fraud allegations, the executive director of the North Carolina Republican Party said Thursday that a new election may be appropriate in the state’s Ninth Congressional District.
The arrest of Meng Wanzhou, an executive at the Chinese company Huawei, could imperil trade talks. But it is part of the Trump administration’s efforts to contain China and Iran.
But the justices seemed reluctant to overrule precedents that sometimes allow defendants to be prosecuted twice for the same crimes.
At the president’s New Jersey golf course, an undocumented immigrant has worked as a maid since 2013. She said she never imagined she “would see such important people close up.”
Gayle Benson, the billionaire owner of the New Orleans Saints, donated $93,502 to pay off customer layaway accounts at a store in New Orleans.
Anish Kapoor had filed a lawsuit against the gun rights group over its video using his work “Cloud Gate.” He announced a settlement on Thursday.
Hania Aguilar was kidnapped outside her house on Nov. 5 and her body was found about three weeks later. Her father, Noé Aguilar, wanted to attend her funeral.