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The president has turned to a group of advisers — from family, real estate, media, finance and politics — all of whom are outside the White House gates

In a Twitter message, the president said he would be “holding a BIG rally in Pennsylvania” on April 29, the night the press corps will gather for its annual black-tie event.

As the F.B.I. investigated Hillary Clinton and the Trump campaign, James B. Comey tried to keep the bureau out of politics but plunged it into the center of a bitter election.

Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy was asked to resign by the Trump administration. He has been replaced by his deputy, Rear Adm. Sylvia Trent-Adams.

At the center of the debate over the party’s future is Senator Bernie Sanders, who has emerged as the most popular active politician in America, but he isn’t even a Democrat.

Eager to roll back Dodd-Frank legislation and overhaul the tax code, President Trump directed the Treasury Department to review measures that would curtail corporate tax evasion.

Localities including New York City were told to stop withholding information about undocumented immigrants in custody or lose U.S. grant money.

The former president will take part in public and private events in May, beginning with a meeting with University of Chicago students.

Visual highlights from the demonstrations in Washington and around the world.

Real estate interests have shown their lobbying prowess, and the president has embraced positions that would benefit developers and complicate changes.

Thousands of scientists and science enthusiasts took to the streets in Washington and around the world on Saturday to protest.

In an expletive-filled rant this week, Frank Artiles, a Republican from Miami-Dade County, used a slur while speaking to black colleagues.

American troops killed Abdurakhmon Uzbeki on April 6 in Mayadin, Syria. He was targeted for his role in the Islamic State’s plotting of terrorist attacks.

Government spending on high-quality day care in a child’s early years delivers an economic boon that lasts three generations, research finds.

News Analysis

The French election is the latest European vote in which a far-right party has a shot at gaining power, though a win has yet to materialize.

The United States has been trying to sabotage North Korea’s missile program. President Trump must decide what to do next.

A tracker of the latest status of President Trump’s major priorities.

President Trump has reversed himself on several longstanding positions over the past week.

A list of appointees and nominees for top posts in the new administration.

Don’t Ask, don’t Tell.” Bombing Iraq. Somali pirates. Top officials from the Clinton, Bush and Obama White Houses recall how nothing goes exactly as planned.

New York Times reporters analyze the 45th president’s comments.

See if you’re as smart as you think you are.

President Obama announced sanctions against Russia for trying to influence the 2016 election through cyberattacks. Here’s what led to the sanctions.

Donald J. Trump’s global business empire will create an unprecedented number of conflicts of interest for a United States president, experts say.

Peeling away pieces of the law could lead to market chaos.

A Trump administration could weaken or do away with many of the Obama-era policies focused on greenhouse gas emissions.

Sorting through the confusing sets of numbers in Trump’s deportation plan.

The Opinion Pages

With the addition of Justice Neil Gorsuch, a twisted notion of “religious freedom” is likely to keep winning at the court.

Op-Ed Columnist

The administration’s decisions to cut off money for women’s health programs abroad will cost lives, extend suffering and lead to more abortions.

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