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Mr. Trump will call for significant changes in how the U.S. defines its allies, urge an end to “nation building” and move toward foreign policy “realism.”
A Pew analysis found differences in black and white reactions online to big, often tragic, news moments like the church shooting in Charleston, S.C.
They previewed his speech in a conference call, saying it would use the Cold War as a model for the type of ideological fight the U.S. is waging against the Islamic State.
For the second year in a row, Mr. Obama released his summer vacation music and reading lists, and they’re emblematic of his personality and popularity.
A strategy of courting Republicans and focusing closely on Mr. Trump, they say, may impede Hillary Clinton’s ability to claim a policy mandate if elected.
No state is more central to the Republican candidate’s uphill quest than Pennsylvania, which has voted Democratic in the last six presidential elections.
In his hometown of Columbus, Ind., Donald J. Trump’s running mate responded with stony silence when asked if his returns would be made public.
Called “Dead Broke,” an ad focuses on how Mrs. Clinton and her husband made money for themselves and their foundation after Bill Clinton’s presidency.
Representative Mike Coffman of Colorado, seen as one of the most vulnerable Republican incumbents this year, started learning Spanish after redistricting changed the demographics of his voting pool.
Mr. Obama will leave the White House as one of the most prolific authors of major regulations in presidential history.
The Obama White House has issued hundreds of major regulations in an effort to reshape aspects of American life.
The heated presidential campaign of 2016 seeps into private life.
The stem cell debate of the 1990s is recalled in legislation that touches on the fate of unused embryos.
If Mr. Trump were elected and followed through on his impulse, the move would face legal, political and practical obstacles, specialists said.
The senator, speaking to the Florida Renewal Project, near the site of the Orlando nightclub massacre, urged the group to resist passing judgment on gays.
A lavish municipal property bearing a presidential candidate’s name yields little for the Bronx residents who live nearby.
After the candidate said the country was among those sending “animals” to the United States, a Philippine lawmaker urged that Mr. Trump be denied entry.
Thomas Friedman of The Times explains why, despite criticism from Bob Woodward, he thinks Donald Trump’s children “should be ashamed of him.”
One major difference is that Mr. Trump would give the wealthy a big tax cut, and Mrs. Clinton would raise their taxes.
What Mrs. Clinton got right, and wrong, in her promotion of her economic agenda and attacks on that of her rival, Donald J. Trump.