The travel ban case is the first major legal challenge to the president’s authority that the justices have heard. NYT > Home Page
The Russia investigation has uncovered shady practices in the interlinked worlds of banking, law and lobbying that have long flourished in the dark. NYT >
Rául Castro ceded his position as head of state to a longtime Communist Party official. But the Castro family retains its grip on real power.
With a man in the White House who helped set off a new women’s movement, the Equal Rights Amendment has a chance of being ratified.
The E.P.A. administrator’s appalling environmental policies aside, his unethical and bullying behavior has sullied his agency and demoralized its employees. NYT > Home Page
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He expresses no outrage as his extremist backers are linked to violence. NYT > Home Page
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Predatory lending and discriminatory federal housing policy have denied African Americans the chance to reap the rewards of homeownership. NYT > Home Page
The president should still seek congressional approval for further action and needs to be cautious about letting the conflict escalate. NYT > Home Page
At his confirmation hearing, the secretary of state nominee sounded less isolationist than Trump, but didn’t distance himself from some of his more disturbing views.
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How racist federal policy brought Jim Crow to housing in the North. NYT > Home Page
The president’s rhetoric suggests he’s moving America toward a trade war with China. But what will he actually do? NYT > Home Page
He wants U.S. troops out. Great. Where’s his plan? NYT > Home Page
If we learn anything from the recent controversies surrounding the social media giant, it should be that America’s privacy laws need beefing up. NYT >
Iran froze its nuclear program after months of talks. If Trump kills that deal, Kim Jong-un will see little reason to trust him in negotiations.
The president sticks his head in the sand as his administration’s hostility toward science continues. NYT > Home Page
Tensions rise as the West and Russia trade insults and expulsions. But the old Cold War restraints and channels of communication have been dismantled. NYT
Republican state lawmakers have introduced a bill that would outlaw abortion, period. It’s unconstitutional, but that’s the point. NYT > Home Page
A new lawsuit challenges the parole board’s routine denials, even to those who have served decades and pose little or no safety risk. NYT >
Protesting the murder of a journalist, a generation on the rise refuses to be silent when unscrupulous politicians erode hard-won freedoms. NYT > Home Page
We didn’t think so. NYT > Home Page
After learning how advisers to Donald Trump exploited the company’s vulnerabilities to get him elected, Congress needs to strengthen privacy laws. NYT > Home Page