Monday, September 16, 2019 12:27 PM ET

New York Times - Politics

Biden Has Deep Connection to Black Voters. Will It Translate Into Votes?

15 hours ago

Working Families Party Endorses Elizabeth Warren

1 hour ago

Schumer and Pelosi, Talking to Trump on Guns, Try to Sweeten the Deal

6 hours ago

Kamala Harris Was Ready to Brawl From the Beginning

1 day ago

At the Country's Oldest Stump, a Presidential Twist -- The Galivants Ferry Stump speaking event in South Carolina has been held every two years for at least 143 years. Now, for the first time, it will host Democratic presidential candidates. -- Matt Stevens

2 hours ago

Iran Rules Out Meeting Between Trump and Rouhani -- Iran's Foreign Ministry dismissed the possibility of a meeting between President Hassan Rouhani and President Trump during the United Nations General Assembly. -- Megan Specia

2 hours ago

Democrats' Afghan Strategy Sounds Familiar. It's a Lot Like Trump's. -- The 2020 Democratic candidates have one major goal for Afghanistan: Get out. They are struggling to differentiate themselves from a president they say has a feckless, isolationist view of American power. -- David E. Sanger -- Maggie Astor

6 hours ago

Supreme Court Says Judges Are Above Politics. It May Hear a Case Testing That View. -- A new petition asks the court to decide whether Delaware can factor in the political affiliations of judges to try to seek ideological balance on its courts. -- Adam Liptak

6 hours ago

Calls for Kavanaugh's Impeachment Come Amid New Misconduct Allegations -- President Trump and other Republicans defended the Supreme Court justice after a New York Times essay described a previously unreported story about him as a student at Yale. -- Sandra E. Garcia

18 hours ago

Bernie Sanders Campaign Shakes Up New Hampshire Operation -- Mr. Sanders has overhauled his New Hampshire state operations, as his campaign fights to maintain support in a state he won by more than 22 percentage points in 2016. -- Sydney Ember -- Jonathan Martin

58 minutes ago

Despite Turning Down Inauguration Gig, Elton John Has a Recurring Role in Trump's Presidency -- The use of Mr. John's music is a persistent reminder of the president's interest in showmanship and celebrity. -- Maggie Haberman

1 day ago

Bernie Sanders, in Las Vegas, Previews Plan for Affordable Housing -- Mr. Sanders invoked his own childhood growing up in a rent-controlled apartment, and contrasted it with the privilege of President Trump. -- Sydney Ember

1 day ago

Planned Parenthood and Fired Former Chief Mired in Escalating Dispute -- Leana Wen, who was fired in July as Planned Parenthood president after less than a year on the job, is at odds with the group over the terms of her departure and the group's direction. -- Shane Goldmacher

1 day ago

The Senate: Still Great at Deliberating, but Less So at Legislating -- Today's Senate, devoted almost only to confirming the president's nominations, is hardly a hotbed of legislative activity. Members of both parties would like that to change. -- Carl Hulse

2 days ago