Trump Takes a Gamble in Cutting Programs His Base Relies On
Supporters defended the presidentâs budget plan as necessary, but opponents called it âdraconianâ and âshameful.â Even members of his party questioned some of the cuts.
Public Broadcasters Fear âCollapseâ if U.S. Drops Support
Cutting off federal money for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting could devastate stations in smaller markets that already have tight budgets.
Scientists Bristle at Trump Budgetâs Cuts to Research
Scientists expressed alarm at the depth of proposed cuts to climate change, medical and energy programs, saying they threaten the nationâs research infrastructure.
Trump Budget Guru, Long a Fiscal Hawk, Now Has to Sell Spending
Mick Mulvaney, the man charged with executing the White Houseâs budget vision, is a figure who, not very long ago, might well have been leading the opposition.
Political Memo: Trump Budget Is Heavy Lift, Even for G.O.P. Congress
The presidentâs proposal spares entitlement programs as promised but cuts $54 billion from domestic programs and departments and applies all that money to military spending.
Republicans, Wilders, Tillerson: Your Thursday Evening Briefing
Hereâs what you need to know at the end of the day.
2 Top Senators Dismiss Trump Wiretap Claim
Richard M. Burr and Mark Warner, who lead the Senate Intelligence Committee, said they had seen âno indicationsâ that Trump Tower had been under surveillance last year.
Campaign Pledges Haunt Trump in Court
In an unusual move, federal judges who blocked the presidentâs revised travel ban considered statements he had made as a candidate regarding a Muslim ban.
2 Federal Judges Rule Against Trumpâs Latest Travel Ban
Both rulings â the one in Hawaii more expansive than the one in Maryland â said the likely purpose of the presidentâs order was a de facto ban on Muslims.
Amid âTrump Effectâ Fear, 40% of Colleges See Dip in Foreign Applicants
College officials wondered if there would be a price to pay for the presidentâs travel ban and the anti-Muslim rhetoric. Now the first numbers are in.
Delicate but Critical Dance for New U.N. Leader and New U.S. Envoy
Nikki Haley, the United States ambassador to the United Nations, and AntÃ³nio Guterres, the new secretary general, are playing for high stakes.
Who Undercut President Trumpâs Travel Ban? Candidate Trump
Mr. Trumpâs angry, often xenophobic rallying cries during the campaign have become legal and political liabilities now that he is in the Oval Office.
A Shift From âSoft Powerâ Diplomacy in Cuts to the State Dept.
Educational and cultural exchange programs designed to improve the United Statesâ image would be abolished or pared back to pay for an increase in military spending.
New York City E.M.T. Is Killed in Ambulance Theft in the Bronx
A second emergency medical worker was critically injured and the police said someone was in custody.
Trump May Have Pushed Dutch Voters Away From Populism
Britainâs vote to leave the European Union and President Trumpâs election âlead to uncertainties,â one researcher said.
Paisley Journal: In a Working-Class Stronghold, a Push for Scotland âto Stand on Its Ownâ
Areas like Paisley have long supported Scottish bids for independence, but the European Unionâs uncertain future has cast a pall on those hopes.
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âI Am an American Because of Himâ: The Journey of Penceâs Irish Grandfather
It is difficult not to view the experience of Richard Michael Cawley, who came to the United States nearly a century ago, through the prism of current events.
N.C.A.A. March Madness: Purdue Survives, Maryland and Vanderbilt Donât
Earlier, No. 12 Princeton threatened to knock off Notre Dame. Stay here for live updates and scores from the first round.
The Desert Is Blooming
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is experiencing a rare super bloom. See it up close in 360Â° video.
Trump Adviser Gary Cohn to Sell Stake in Chinese Bank Giant
The former Goldman executiveâs shares in the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China appear to have been his largest holding, apart from his Goldman stake.
While Scolding Trump, Mexico Seeks to Curtail Citizensâ Rights
A bill to overhaul the legal system would set back human rights in Mexico by decades, experts fear, while another bill would legalize the militaryâs domestic security role.
Trump and G.O.P. Work to Win Repeal of Obamaâs Health Act
To appeal to conservatives, they offered concessions to speed cutbacks in Medicaid and dismantle more of the President Barack Obamaâs signature health law.
Letter Bomb Injures Worker at International Monetary Fund Office in Paris
The incident at such a high-profile target in Paris renewed jitters in France, which remains under a state of emergency after terrorist attacks.
Fed Raises Interest Rates for Third Time Since Financial Crisis
The move will increase the upward pressure on interest rates that consumers pay, but the immediate effect is likely to be modest.
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Art Review: Why the Whitneyâs Humanist, Pro-Diversity Biennial Is a Revelation
This much-anticipated show displays a strength and focus doubly important when art and the humanities seem under attack in Washington.
Wheels: Sleepy Behind the Wheel? Some Cars Can Tell
Some automakers already offer drowsiness detection systems, and more are likely to follow with ever more sophisticated technology.
Clare Waight Keller Is Named First Female Designer of Givenchy
The appointment signals changes ahead in multiple ways for the storied French brand.
Justin Trudeau Brings Ivanka Trump to Broadway Show on Welcoming Outsiders
The Canadian prime minister, who has emphasized welcoming refugees, attended âCome From Awayâ with the presidentâs daughter in a pairing that was rich with symbolism.
In Denmark, Passage of Rules on Immigration Called for Cake
Inger Stolberg, the countryâs integration minister, celebrated the 50th regulation against immigration, spurring a public outcry â and praise.
Me Time: So You Think You Canât Meditate?
With meditation studios looking to become the new yoga studios, our new wellness columnist learns to train her errant thoughts at Mndfl.
Foster Parent Diary: Starting Over With a New Foster Child
The next child doesnât replace or displace. The next child adds to.
Art Review: âMarsden Hartleyâs Maine,â His Muse, First and Last
A Met Breuer show follows the restless Modernistâs second act in his native state, after a peripatetic career in Paris, Berlin, New York and other places.
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