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How Trump Has Reshaped the Presidency, and How Itâs Changed Him, Too
As Washington evaluates the first 100 days of Mr. Trump tenure, the one consensus is that, for better or worse, the capital has headed deep into uncharted territory.
Trump Invites Rodrigo Duterte to the White House
The two leaders spoke late on Saturday and addressed the Philippinesâ violent campaign against drugs, which has been condemned by human rights groups and many Western governments.
A Spring Thaw? Trump Now Has âVery Goodâ Words for Chinaâs Leader
President Trump came into office fuming about China. But lately he has been describing his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, as if he were an old pal.
Persuasive Business Leaders Parade Through White House
Nearly 300 executives have visited this year, putting C.E.O.s on par with senior lawmakers as influences on President Trumpâs thinking.
100 Days: The Making of a Legacy: First Steps in the Trump Era
While his actions have produced few of the policy changes he had promised as a candidate, President Trump has moved to set the nation on a radically different course. Here is a look at his record to date.
Trump Savages News Media at Rally to Mark His 100th Day
President Trump returned to the populist themes of his campaign with a Pennsylvania rally held in lieu of attending the White House Correspondentsâ Association dinner.
At Samantha Beeâs âWhite Houseâ Dinner, Journalism Is Toasted as Trump Is Mocked
The comedianâs âNot The White House Correspondentsâ Dinnerâ was both an alternative to the dinner itself, and to a rally in Pennsylvania that Trump held instead of attending the dinner.
100 days: Fact-Checking President Trump Through His First 100 Days
In his first 100 days in office, President Trump has falsely boasted of attracting the largest inaugural crowd ever and leveled an unproved accusation that his predecessor spied on him.
Climate March Draws Thousands of Protesters Alarmed by Trumpâs Environmental Agenda
On the presidentâs 100th day in office, demonstrators descended on Washington in an attempt to drown out the administrationâs climate change deniers.
Pope Francis Urges U.S. and North Korea to Step Away from the Brink
The pope, returning to Rome from a two-day trip to Egypt, says a nuclear conflict could be disastrous for âthe future of humanity.â
Tony Blair Urges U.K. to Stay Centered, and Close to Europe
Twenty years after his landslide election as prime minister, Mr. Blair says he will ânever give upâ on the idea of remaining in the European Union.
Marine Le Pen Will Name a Former Rival Prime Minister if Elected
Ms. Le Pen said she had reached an agreement with Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, a right-wing politician who shares her distrust of the European Union.
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What happens when a reporter for The New York Times spends one hour in Emily Dickinsonâs former bedroom? Hear about Sarah Lyallâs experience and explore the room yourself in this 360 video.
What to Cook, Watch, Listen To and More This Weekend
Tips to make the most of your weekend.
In Mexico, âItâs Easy to Kill a Journalistâ
The state of Veracruz is the hemisphereâs most dangerous place to be a reporter. The authorities seem ill equipped to stop attacks on the press, and in some cases appear entangled in them.
Family by Family, How School Segregation Still Happens
Decisions in a district in Upper Manhattan offer a look at a persistent problem in public education that, for now, is without a solution.
On Soccer: ArsĂ¨ne Wenger Reaches the End of the Road at Arsenal. Or Maybe Not.
Some observers say the Arsenal manager has seemed weary lately, leading to speculation that he may leave the position he has held for 21 seasons.
Efforts to Ease Congestion Threaten Street Food Culture in Southeast Asia
Major cities in Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia are forcing vendors to move, creating more space but diluting local flavor.
Marines Return to Helmand Province for a Job They Thought Was Done
Thousands of Marines once flooded the Afghan province to push out the Taliban. Now 300 have returned there, and a difficult mission lies ahead.
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