Democrats showed up, Trump-backed candidates underperformed and inflation wasn’t the whole story: Here are last night’s lessons.
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As a City Council member, she vowed to bring Major League Baseball to the city and persuaded the team’s owner, Walter O’Malley, to move from Brooklyn.
SCRANTON, Pa. — The fate of the Democratic Party in northeastern Pennsylvania lies in the hands of people like Steve Papp. A 30-year veteran carpenter,…
The leak of a draft opinion, he said, “gave people a rational reason to think” the eventual decision could be prevented “by killing one of us.”
Proposed tax and spending cuts by the G.O.P., which is making a push to take back Congress, are unlikely to bring down rapidly rising prices any time soon.
In the senator’s recollection, the Supreme Court justice who wrote the opinion overturning the abortion ruling tried to show Mr. Kennedy that he was not a threat to Roe.
Top officials from the United States, Britain and France cautioned that there was no change in Russia’s nuclear posture and that they believed no decision had been made to use a tactical nuclear weapon.
More than 5.5 million people have cast ballots in person or by mail. Experts predict high turnout in the midterm elections.
In a Times/Siena survey, respondents’ concerns about democracy often diverged from typical expert analysis.
The race for governor of New York appears to be tightening, according to a pair of polls released on Tuesday, the latest indication of renewed…
The Justice Department hit the company, Lafarge, with one of the largest penalties a private corporation has ever paid for providing material support to a terrorist organization.
Federal Reserve officials are barreling toward another three-quarter point increase in November, and they may decide to do more as inflation refuses to budge.
The committee investigating the attack on the Capitol has yet to decide on making criminal referrals. But its decision to subpoena Donald Trump is in keeping with its prosecutorial style.
Records obtained by the House Oversight Committee show the former president’s properties charged more than $1.4 million to agents protecting him and his family.
While the midterm elections in November will decide control of Congress and some governors’ offices, there are other far-reaching issues at stake. Among them: the…
Follow our live coverage of Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock’s debate in Georgia. Since Herschel Walker launched his bid for Senate last year, Georgia voters…
WASHINGTON — The Senate isn’t what it used to be. For evidence, consider the case of Senator Ben Sasse, the Nebraska Republican with four years…