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Trump’s Budget Math Grapples With Economic Reality

Trump’s Budget Math Grapples With Economic Reality

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s budget proposals have been defined by a belief that the economy will grow significantly faster than most economists anticipate. The latest version, set for release on Monday, is a brief departure:…

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New Campus Sexual Misconduct Rules Will Tackle Dating Violence

New Campus Sexual Misconduct Rules Will Tackle Dating Violence

WASHINGTON — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s pending rules on sexual misconduct at the nation’s schools and colleges will include provisions to shore up protections for victims of stalking and dating violence, a response to lethal…

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U.S. Charges Chinese Military Officers in 2017 Equifax Hacking

U.S. Charges Chinese Military Officers in 2017 Equifax Hacking

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department announced charges on Monday against four members of China’s military on suspicion of hacking into Equifax, the credit reporting agency, in 2017 and stealing trade secrets and the personal data…

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On Politics: This Is Sparta (or Manchester)

On Politics: This Is Sparta (or Manchester)

The Sanders-Buttigieg attacks grow, and a Biden ad gets sarcastic. This is your morning tip sheet. View original Post

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Killing of Terrorist Leader in Yemen Is Latest Blow to Qaeda Affiliate

Killing of Terrorist Leader in Yemen Is Latest Blow to Qaeda Affiliate

WASHINGTON — For more than a decade, Al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen has been one of the most dangerous terrorist organizations on the planet. The group spent years inventing explosives that are difficult to detect,…

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Mitt Romney Is a ‘Judas’ to Many Republicans. But Not in Utah.

Mitt Romney Is a ‘Judas’ to Many Republicans. But Not in Utah.

SALT LAKE CITY — Phil Lyman wanted to do something swift and stern. Within hours of Senator Mitt Romney’s vote to remove President Trump from office on Wednesday, Mr. Lyman, a freshman state representative from…

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Sanders and Buttigieg Clash, Aiming for a Two-Person Race

Sanders and Buttigieg Clash, Aiming for a Two-Person Race

Mr. Biden was not the only candidate seeming to move past New Hampshire. Ms. Warren, too, indicated in Concord on Sunday that she was looking to states further down the primary calendar and perhaps anticipating…

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How the Iowa Caucuses Became an Epic Fiasco for Democrats

How the Iowa Caucuses Became an Epic Fiasco for Democrats

DES MOINES — The first signs of trouble came early. As the smartphone app for reporting the results of the Iowa Democratic caucuses began failing last Monday night, party officials instructed precinct leaders to move…

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North Korea’s Internet Use Surges, Thwarting Sanctions and Fueling Theft

North Korea’s Internet Use Surges, Thwarting Sanctions and Fueling Theft

Ms. Moriuchi, who left the National Security Agency in 2017, began tracking the internet use of the North Korean elite two and a half years ago, a period that encompassed Mr. Trump’s confrontational approach to…

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‘Losing Friends’ Over How She Covers the New Hampshire Primary

‘Losing Friends’ Over How She Covers the New Hampshire Primary

James Pindell, a Boston Globe reporter who is covering his fifth New Hampshire primary, disagreed, describing “Stranglehold” as a novel journalistic development. “You would occasionally have long-form pieces that looked at the institution, but never…

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