- The investigation by Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, has uncovered several incidents involving President Trump that raise questions about whether he obstructed justice.
- Mr. Trump is said to have instructed the White House’s top lawyer to stop Attorney General Jeff Sessions from recusing himself, with the expectation that Mr. Sessions would shield him.
Career prosecutors shut down the case in 2016 over lack of evidence. The new interest comes as President Trump has taken the highly unusual step of calling for investigations of political rivals.
The first known criminal referral has emerged from Congress’s Russia inquiries. The target is the author of the Trump-Russia dossier.
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Every president is confronted by unflattering portrayals by former aides who leave and tell their stories, but usually not so early in an administration.
Stephen K. Bannon is confronting political irrelevance, a dire fate for a publicity-hungry provocateur, as some of his most important backers recoil after his reported criticisms of President Trump and his family.
Lawmakers from both parties see it as a state decision and vow to force the attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to back down.
Startled by the hard sell addicts face, a psychologist discovered the rehab industry’s customer acquisition tricks, one crank call at a time.
The report, which offers a picture of how the economy fared in President Trump’s first year in office, marks the 87th consecutive month of job growth.
Airports shut, schools closed and cars slid during the first major storm in the U.S. this winter. Officials fear the worst is ahead as wind chills are expected to hit minus 40 in some areas.
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Male nurses explain how the field is changing, and how it could help address a problem for men: The fastest-growing jobs are mostly done by women.
Market veterans say that stocks are overvalued and that a downturn is overdue. The question is how messy it will be, and how investors should prepare.
“I feel like I’ve done the job as well or better than anybody who’s ever had it,” said Gov. Chris Christie, a friend of President Trump for 15 years.
The notorious Aokigahara Forest looms large for Japan, with its high national suicide rate, though patrols and other steps are helping lower the toll.
There is something unsettling about how little these celebrities have to lose by taking “bold” stances, a Times Magazine reporter writes.
Nearly 24 years after it was published, the historical thriller is appearing onscreen, as a TNT series beginning Jan. 22.
Chinese consumers are demanding better protections even as government and tech giants like Alibaba and Tencent gather ever more data.
New reporting makes for a compelling case that he did, on multiple counts.
The United Arab Emirates has a brazen plan to deal with its stateless population. It could set a dangerous precedent.
Kids who know how to deceive are smarter and better adjusted.
Tthe president has still not appointed a science adviser.
After seeking help at a domestic violence shelter in 2012, Katherine Rivera says she has pushed forward “because my kids haven’t seen happiness yet.”
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