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Andrew McCabe Escapes Charges While Barr Tightens Control on Flynn Case 14 Feb 9:01pm Andrew McCabe Escapes Charges While Barr Tightens Control on Flynn Case
Amid mounting furor over politicization at the Justice Department, the attorney general ordered reviews of such investigations and prosecutions.
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Trump Claims ‘Legal Right’ to Interfere in Justice Dept. Cases 14 Feb 8:16pm Updated Trump Claims ‘Legal Right’ to Interfere in Justice Dept. Cases
A day after the attorney general publicly rebuked him, President Trump rejected the tradition of an independent Justice Department.
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Andrew McCabe, Ex-F.B.I. Official, Will Not Be Charged in Lying Case 14 Feb 7:36pm Updated Andrew McCabe, Ex-F.B.I. Official, Will Not Be Charged in Lying Case
The decision to decline charges appears to be a move to distance the Justice Department from President Trump, who has long attacked Mr. McCabe.
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Facebook Says Political Candidates Can Use Sponsored Memes 14 Feb 7:06pm Facebook Says Political Candidates Can Use Sponsored Memes
Unlike campaign advertisements, the posts are not subject to advance review by Facebook, and the platform does not make money from them.
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14 Feb 7:01pm Ads in Spanish, Obama Cameos: The Democratic Ad Race in Nevada and South Carolina
The battle for momentum in the two states could prove pivotal. Here’s how the candidates are making their pitches.
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Bill de Blasio Endorses Bernie Sanders 14 Feb 6:41pm Bill de Blasio Endorses Bernie Sanders
The New York City mayor, who was briefly a presidential candidate himself, is scheduled to campaign with Mr. Sanders in Nevada ahead of the caucuses there next week.
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Barr Installs Outside Prosecutor to Review Case Against Michael Flynn, Ex-Trump Adviser 14 Feb 5:49pm Updated Barr Installs Outside Prosecutor to Review Case Against Michael Flynn, Ex-Trump Adviser
Amid turmoil in the U.S. attorney’s office in Washington, the attorney general has also sent outside prosecutors to review other politically sensitive cases.
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Bernie Sanders Is on the Rise. But How High Can His Numbers Go? 14 Feb 3:52pm Updated Bernie Sanders Is on the Rise. But How High Can His Numbers Go?
A crucial question for the Vermont senator has always been whether he can expand his coalition. In a race this crowded, it’s unclear whether he even needs to do so.
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When America’s Oddest Political Couple Fights, Those Sparks Are Real 14 Feb 2:41pm Updated When America’s Oddest Political Couple Fights, Those Sparks Are Real
The public struggles of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway and her husband, George T. Conway III, are not shtick, friends say, and they are not having fun.
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How Rashad Robinson, Racial Justice Activist, Spends His Sundays 14 Feb 2:22pm Updated How Rashad Robinson, Racial Justice Activist, Spends His Sundays
The head of Color of Change likes to go out for brunch and cocktails. He just needs to find the right hat.
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Russians Pressure U.S. Forces in Northeast Syria 14 Feb 11:48am Updated Russians Pressure U.S. Forces in Northeast Syria
Russian troops are engaging in standoffs with U.S. troops guarding oil fields and fighting remnants of the Islamic State.
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Another Caucus Is Coming. But Nevada Will Look Completely Different. 14 Feb 11:18am Another Caucus Is Coming. But Nevada Will Look Completely Different.
Nevada is more diverse than Iowa and in many ways more reflective of the Democratic Party. And it has a different take on how caucuses should work.
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Another Caucus Is Coming. Here’s Why It’ll Look Completely Different. 14 Feb 9:06am Another Caucus Is Coming. Here’s Why It’ll Look Completely Different.
Nevada is more diverse than Iowa and in many ways more reflective of the Democratic Party. And it has a different take on how caucuses should work.
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What Being a Mayor Taught Pete Buttigieg 14 Feb 8:32am Updated What Being a Mayor Taught Pete Buttigieg
Some Democratic rivals question whether Mr. Buttigieg has the experience to be president. Some key episodes in South Bend show how he struggled, learned and grew as a leader.
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14 Feb 7:00am On Politics: Iowa 2.0?
Caucus concerns and a big non-endorsement in Nevada: This is your morning tip sheet.
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The Andrew Yang Exit Interview 14 Feb 12:27am Updated The Andrew Yang Exit Interview
He thinks New York City should offer a universal basic income. (And he hasn’t ruled out running for mayor.)
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The Nevada Caucuses Are Up Next. Will They Unfold Smoothly? 14 Feb 12:12am Updated The Nevada Caucuses Are Up Next. Will They Unfold Smoothly?
State party officials released new details about their plans on Thursday, but after the chaos in Iowa, campaigns are worried that their months of effort in Nevada could go to waste.
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