How Democrats Who Beat Republicans Last Year Plan to Keep Their Seats

How Democrats Who Beat Republicans Last Year Plan to Keep Their Seats

“We’re not working on headlines,” she said. “We’re helping neighbors.” A Republican tracker with a video camera taped her every move. “Angie and her staff hate me, but they can’t stop me,” he told an attendee. Ms. Davids is socially liberal, but like Ms. Craig, she has taken a pass on the “Medicare for all”…
Welcome to TrumpTok, a Safe Space From Safe Spaces

Welcome to TrumpTok, a Safe Space From Safe Spaces

The biggest American social networks predate the presidency of Donald J. Trump, some by more than a decade. All were changed by Mr. Trump’s arrival to power, joining many other American institutions in a conspicuous struggle to account for or accommodate political and social upheaval. Each social network has expressed its intention to be a…
Gen X Is a Mess

Gen X Is a Mess

Before there was “sober curious,” there was the Washington, D.C., punk Ian MacKaye, singing, “I’m a person just like you/ But I’ve got better things to do/ Than sit around and smoke dope/ ’Cause I know I can cope/ Laugh at the thought of eating ’ludes/ Laugh at the thought of sniffing glue.” When Mr.…
Sailing in Treacherous Waters to Alaska. With Toddlers for Crew.

Sailing in Treacherous Waters to Alaska. With Toddlers for Crew.

This was the third time I’d sailed up the Inside Passage in a boat. The third time I’d watched surf explode from the rocky headlands of northern Vancouver Island, the swell rhythmically shifting my view of the horizon. The umpteenth time I’d listened to the weather forecast on the VHF radio while gulls catapulted past…
Why Apollo 10 Stopped Just 47,000 Feet From the Moon

Why Apollo 10 Stopped Just 47,000 Feet From the Moon

Soon we will recognize the 50th anniversary of the first humans to walk on the moon. We remember and celebrate the heroism of the Apollo 11 crew: the humility of Neil Armstrong making those first bootprints; the cool bravado of Buzz Aldrin during the critical moments of the Eagle lander’s final descent; and, the lonely…
Israeli Firm Tied to Tool That Uses WhatsApp Flaw to Spy on Activists

Israeli Firm Tied to Tool That Uses WhatsApp Flaw to Spy on Activists

SAN FRANCISCO — An Israeli firm accused of supplying tools for spying on human-rights activists and journalists now faces claims that its technology can use a security hole in WhatsApp, the messaging app used by 1.5 billion people, to break into the digital communications of iPhone and Android phone users. Security researchers said they had…
White House Reviews Military Plans Against Iran, in Echoes of Iraq War

White House Reviews Military Plans Against Iran, in Echoes of Iraq War

“We are very worried about the risk of a conflict happening by accident, with an escalation that is unintended really on either side,” said Jeremy Hunt, the British foreign secretary. The Iranian government has not threatened violence recently, but last week, President Hassan Rouhani said Iran would walk away from parts of the 2015 nuclear…
Supreme Court Allows Antitrust Suit Against Apple to Proceed

Supreme Court Allows Antitrust Suit Against Apple to Proceed

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday allowed an enormous antitrust class action against Apple to move forward, saying consumers should be allowed to try to prove that the technology giant had used monopoly power to raise the prices of iPhone apps. The lawsuit is in its early stages, and it must overcome other legal…
Is There a Connection Between Undocumented Immigrants and Crime?

Is There a Connection Between Undocumented Immigrants and Crime?

For undocumented immigrants, being arrested for any reason would mean facing eventual deportation — and for some a return to whatever danger or deprivation they’d sought to escape at home. There is no exact count of unauthorized immigrants living in the United States. To create estimates, experts at Pew subtracted Department of Homeland Security counts…
China Retaliates With Higher Tariffs as Trump Defends U.S. Approach

China Retaliates With Higher Tariffs as Trump Defends U.S. Approach

With talks at an impasse, economists are warning that consumers could soon start to feel the pain from Mr. Trump’s trade fight, particularly if the United States taxes all of China’s imports. While economists differ in their forecasts of how much tariffs on both sides will reduce economic growth, most agree that the cost of…

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Nadler: Trump’s Effort To Stop Mueller Probe ‘Constitutes A Crime’

Nadler: Trump’s Effort To Stop Mueller Probe ‘Constitutes A Crime’

House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) said Tuesday that he believes President Donald Trump should have been charged for his conduct detailed in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the investigation into the president’s campaign’s ties to Russia. “I believe that each of these incidents, documented in detail in the Mueller report, constitutes a crime,”…
Trump campaign and Senate GOP clash over president’s pollster

Trump campaign and Senate GOP clash over president’s pollster

Trump strategist John McLaughlin cut ties with a primary challenger to North Carolina Sen. Thom Tillis (right) after Senate Republican officials reached out to the administration. | Andrew Harnik/AP Photo 2020 elections Pollster John McLaughlin's work for a Republican aiming to unseat GOP Sen. Thom Tillis angered Senate GOP officials. On Tuesday, he cut ties.…
England’s Jordan Nobbs calls for research into ACL injuries and menstrual cycle

England’s Jordan Nobbs calls for research into ACL injuries and menstrual cycle

My menstrual cycle could have been a 'high factor' in injury - NobbsEngland and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs has called for more research into the links between anterior cruciate ligament injuries and menstrual cycles. Nobbs, 26, was ruled out of this summer's Women's World Cup after damaging her knee in November. She believes her period,…