Representative Tom Marino had championed a law that undermined the Drug Enforcement Administration’s efforts to combat the opioid crisis.
Economists may argue that trade deficits are ultimately irrelevant. But they have wounded American workers.
The plan by the two senators, Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and Patty Murray of Washington, would fund the subsidies that President Trump said he would cut off.
President Trump and Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, put on a public display of bonhomie, waving aside reports of a disintegrating relationship.
The movie business is corrupt and depraved. The Republican Party under Trump is worse.
President Trump, during a news conference, touched on topics as wide-ranging as disaster relief, the special counsel and assault allegations.
By backing out of international commitments, he is ceding the future to the powers he claims to be protecting Americans from.
President Trump’s assertion belied a long record of meetings his predecessor, Barack Obama, held with the families of killed service members, as well as calls and letters.
Twitter bots are winning fans by formatting President Trump’s posts to look like official statements, or tracking the accounts he and his inner circle follow.
A top U.S. negotiator of the agreement talks about how it was reached, and what it feels like to watch President Trump threaten to undo it.
There is a theme: A misconception about how insurance works.
The Arizona senator is in political peril as the 2018 election approaches, but he says he has no regrets in taking on President Trump.
Sergeant Bergdahl left his Afghanistan post in 2009 and was held captive by the Taliban for about five years. He was released in 2014 in a prisoner swap.
Most anthem-related controversies are not quite as dramatic as the confrontation between N.F.L. players and the Trump administration. But they are often funnier.
President Trump wants to take away health insurance. It’s possible to minimize the damage he can do.
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The nation has seen Mr. Corker, a reliable Republican senator from a deep-red state, stunningly undermining his president. Chattanooga has seen it coming, for better or worse.
On issues like health care and Iran, President Trump’s language has not been matched by action, raising questions about whether his base will be satisfied by partial steps.
President Trump has promised sweeping changes to health care, immigration, the Iran deal and trade. Here’s a look at where things stand now.
President Trump’s dual actions to undermine the health law have left insurers angry and anxious. But they are not running for the exits yet.
It’s now up to Congress to keep the nuclear deal alive — and protect the United States’ national security.
In his rebuke of the Islamic republic, President Trump omitted or distorted facts about history, the Iran deal and an alleged violation of the agreement.
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Some lawmakers want to fund the payments to insurers that President Trump is cutting off, while the president says Democrats should negotiate with him.
Like his predecessor, President Trump has grown frustrated with Congress and as a result has turned to executive power to advance a stalled agenda.
The law still stands. But the markets could get messy and expensive for certain groups of people.
A day after warning that he “cannot keep” troops and emergency workers in the hurricane-ravaged island “forever,” the president signals solidarity.
President Trump has called the Iran nuclear deal the “worst deal ever.” David E. Sanger, the national security correspondent for the Times, explains why the president is against the deal, and what that means for its future.
Most plans can probably survive without the subsidies he vowed to cut off on Thursday. But he has signaled that he will use policy levers to make their business hard.
Some foreign leaders said it was not up to Mr. Trump to abide by the deal; others appealed to Congress to keep the agreement.
A new White House executive order could significantly damage the health insurance market and harm millions of people.
Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times, joined White House correspondents Maggie Haberman and Peter Baker in a conversation moderated by Jim Rutenberg, a media columnist, on the president’s relationship with the media, the role of Twitter and more.
President Trump says the United States may withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement. That would bring big changes for the economy and consumers.
President Trump will declare on Friday his intention not to certify Iran’s compliance with the 2015 accord, an act that kicks to Congress a decision about whether to reimpose sanctions on the country.
A war with Pyongyang could kill one million on the first day.
The president is playing a dangerous game of one-upmanship that puts everyone who lives on the Korean Peninsula in peril.
President Trump issued an order on Thursday to allow the sale of health insurance plans that are exempt from some Affordable Care Act coverage rules.
The president says that the island bears some of the blame for its current crisis and that “we cannot keep” federal troops and recovery workers there “forever.”
The Trump administration said the withdrawal, which is effective at the end of 2018, is also over a “need for fundamental reform” at the cultural organization.
President Trump is expected to issue an order on Thursday to allow the sale of health insurance plans that are exempt from some Affordable Care Act rules.
As accusations rain on a kingpin of his industry, the actor known for his American hero roles begins a tour for his wide-eyed book of short stories.
The president said he might use the power of the federal government to retaliate by challenging broadcast licenses.
Time to require the president to first get a declaration of war.
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Decertifying the Iran nuclear deal will signal that the United States is now a power whose word is worthless.
Tom Steyer, a prominent liberal backer, called on Democratic lawmakers to remove Mr. Trump from office if they take control of Congress in 2018.
Mr. Barak, Israel’s former leader and defense chief, does not want Mr. Trump to decertify the deal — a step the president is expected to take.
The rapper accused President Trump of racism, hypocrisy, disrespect of military veterans and more in a video played at the BET Hip Hop Awards.
The narrative around the “sonic attack” on the American embassy in Cuba fits a troubling pattern for Trump.