Two Black Native Americans Were Arrested. The Law Sees Only One as Indian.3h By Chris Cameron and Mark WalkerA Supreme Court ruling barred Oklahoma from prosecuting crimes committed by Native Americans on tribal land, but some Black tribal members are still being prosecuted because they lack “Indian blood.”
5 Takeaways From Ron DeSantis’s First Campaign Trip3hHe swung back at Donald Trump. He vowed to vanquish the “woke mob” and turn the country into mega-Florida. He had normal encounters with voters that didn’t become memes.
Trump Lawyer’s Notes Could Be a Key in the Classified Documents Inquiry3hM. Evan Corcoran recorded recollections of his legal work last year for Donald Trump. The recording is now in the hands of prosecutors, unnerving some aides to the former president.
U.S. Will Try to Bring China Into Arms Control TalksFri 9:41pmThe nuclear order established during the Cold War is under more stress than at any point since 1962, but efforts to negotiate with Beijing are unlikely to succeed anytime soon.
Biden Praises Debt-Ceiling Deal in Address to the NationFri 8:49pm By Michael D. ShearThe president addressed the nation from the Oval Office on Friday evening, after congressional passage of legislation to prevent economic calamity.
Lawyers Unable to Find Document Trump Discussed in Recorded ConversationFri 7:58pmProsecutors issued a subpoena for a description of military options for Iran mentioned by the former president during an interview. But Mr. Trump’s legal team said they could find no such document.
The Debt-Ceiling Deal Suggests Debt Will Keep Growing, FastFri 7:35pm By Jim TankersleyNegotiations to prevent a government default reaffirmed that the big drivers of future deficits are all off the table in a divided Washington.
RNC Rules for First Debate Pose Challenge for Underfunded CandidatesFri 7:06pm By Katie GlueckRepublican presidential candidates hoping to join the first G.O.P. primary debate on Aug. 23 must have a minimum of 40,000 unique donors to their campaign.
Steve Garvey, Former Dodgers All-Star, May Run for Senate in CaliforniaFri 6:10pm By Neil VigdorMr. Garvey, 74, a Republican, said he would decide in the next few weeks whether to run for the seat of Senator Dianne Feinstein, who is retiring.
Two More Oath Keepers Members Are Sentenced for Sedition in Jan. 6 CaseFri 5:51pm By Zach MontagueA federal judge veered toward leniency with more junior members of the group who were involved in the attack on the Capitol, issuing lighter sentences than prosecutors had sought.
Why May’s Jobs Data Complicates Inflation Picture for the FedFri 4:12pm By Jeanna SmialekFederal Reserve officials are expected to leave rates unchanged at their June 13-14 meeting. Fresh jobs data might make the choice harder.
Judge in Disney World Case Steps Aside but Blasts Ron DeSantis’s LawyersFri 2:22pm By Brooks BarnesThe judge accused Gov. Ron DeSantis’s lawyers, who wanted him off the case, of “rank judge shopping.” But he disqualified himself because a relative owns Disney stock.
Group Challenges Arkansas Law That Criminalizes Access to Some BooksFri 2:12pm By Elizabeth A. Harris and Alexandra AlterA lawsuit says the edict “forces bookstores and libraries to self-censor in a way that is antithetical to their core purposes.”
Pence Won’t Face Charges in Classified Documents InquiryFri 2:05pm By Maggie Haberman and Glenn ThrushThe Justice Department informed the former vice president of its decision days before he was expected to announce his campaign for president.
G.M. and Stellantis Paid $364 Million in Fuel Economy FinesFri 2:01pm By Neal E. BoudetteThe automakers paid the federal government for falling short of efficiency standards for cars and trucks in recent years.
Nikki Haley’s Husband Will Deploy to Africa for Year With National GuardFri 1:17pm By Neil VigdorMichael Haley, a major in the South Carolina Army National Guard, served in Afghanistan in 2013.
New World Bank President Ajay Banga Leads at a Pivotal MomentFri 10:50am By Alan RappeportThe incoming president will be under pressure to juggle the global institution’s ambitions to combat climate change and fight poverty.
How to Enforce a Debt Deal: Through ‘Meat-Ax’ Cuts Nobody WantsThu 11:21pm By Catie EdmondsonThe debt-limit legislation includes a provision meant to force both sides to pass additional bills following through on their deal: the threat of automatic cuts if they fail to do so.
Child Migrant Who Died in C.B.P. Custody Was Seen by Medical Staff 11 TimesThu 10:52pm By Eileen SullivanInitial findings in an internal investigation suggest the child was not provided with proper care. The acting head of the agency said changes to procedures had been made.
What Is the Debt Ceiling? Here’s What to Know.Thu 9:11pm By Alan RappeportThe government spends more than it takes in, so it has to borrow money to pay its bills.
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