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Stephen Bannon Out at the White House After Turbulent Run
Mr. Bannon, President Trump‚Äôs chief strategist, had clashed for months with other senior West Wing advisers and members of the president‚Äôs family.
Bannon Ousted: Inside His Controversial Tenure
Stephen K. Bannon, President Trump's outgoing chief strategist, has been criticized as being emblematic of the far-right nationalism that turned violent in Virginia last weekend.
Steve Bannon, Back on the Outside, Prepares His Enemies List
With his ouster from the White House, Stephen K. Bannon will head back to Breitbart News, where he plans to wage war on the enemies of his nativist vision.
Seeking Reset, Trump Dines With Some of His Biggest Donors
The president spent Thursday evening with some of his wealthiest supporters, trying to regain momentum after criticism over his response to violence in Charlottesville, Va.
Carl Icahn Quits as a Special Adviser to President Trump
The billionaire investor‚Äôs views on environmental regulations had raised criticism from Democratic lawmakers.
Romney Tells Trump to Apologize for Causing ‚ÄėRacists to Rejoice‚Äô
In a Facebook post, Mitt Romney urged President Trump to repudiate racists and admit they were ‚Äú100% to blame‚ÄĚ for the violence in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend.
For Murdoch Empire, Perhaps a Decisive Point in Relationship to Trump
An email Thursday night from James Murdoch was a repudiation of President Trump. It may signal a shift at Murdoch-controlled media outlets.
In Monument Debate, Calls for an Overdue Reckoning on Race and Southern Identity
A longtime mantra used by many defenders is being undercut by the embrace of Confederate imagery by white supremacists.
Trump Aside, Artists and Preservationists Debate the Rush to Topple Statues
As cities and states remove Confederate monuments, leaders in the art world urge more dialogue and deliberation.
On Baseball: Thomas Yawkey, the Red Sox Owner Who Resisted Integration
Yawkey owned the team for 44 seasons but fought suiting up a black player to the last. Now there is an effort to rename a street near Fenway Park that memorializes him.
Mother of Woman Killed in Charlottesville Says She Will Not Speak to Trump
Susan Bro, the mother of Heather Heyer, had a message for the president: ‚ÄúThink before you speak.‚ÄĚ
Sorrow and Scrutiny After a Teenager‚Äôs Death at Football Practice
While his Long Island community grieves, experts question the safety of a practice drill that led to the death of a high school student.
Trump Officials Renew Effort to Expand Use of Prison at Guant√°namo
Under John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, who once oversaw the prison in Cuba, the Trump administration is debating a potential executive order on detainees.
Venezuela‚Äôs New, Powerful Assembly Takes Over Legislature‚Äôs Duties
The Constituent Assembly granted itself wide powers to write and pass all legislation, a move that essentially nullified the opposition-led legislature.
Settlement Reached in C.I.A. Torture Case
A lawsuit against two psychologists who helped devise the C.I.A.‚Äôs brutal interrogation program was an unusual effort to demand accountability for tactics adopted after Sept. 11.
Revived After Mosul, Iraqi Forces Prepare to Battle ISIS in Tal Afar
Iraqi forces, who suffered heavy casualties in the monthslong battle for Mosul, are ready to launch their fight to retake Tal Afar from Islamic State fighters, American officials said.
The Challenge of a Wright House
Frank Lloyd Wright houses may be architectural masterpieces but finding a buyer isn't always easy. Take a tour of Tirranna, on the market in New Canaan, Conn., for $7.2 million.
How to Sell a Frank Lloyd Wright House
A house by Frank Lloyd Wright is instantly recognizable, but what does it take to market, sell or even live in something designed by him.
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Police See Wider Plot in Spain and Say Carnage Could Have Been Worse
The assaults killed and wounded people from at least 34 countries. The driver in the Barcelona attack was among the assailants believed killed in the second attack at a seaside resort.
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