The reversal by the Treasury Department during the administration’s final days came after an appeal by lobbyists with close ties to the former president.
Source: Failing New York Times, Trump Administration Quietly Eased Sanctions on Israeli Billionaire
Justice Department colleagues said they were shocked by Mr. Clark’s embrace of the president’s falsehoods and plan to oust the acting attorney general in an effort to overturn Georgia’s election results.
Source: Failing New York Times, Jeffrey Clark Was Considered Unassuming. Then He Plotted With Trump.
The bid by Ms. Sanders, a former press secretary to Donald J. Trump who is seen as his preferred candidate in the race, will test the former president’s political strength in a divided Republican Party.
Source: Failing New York Times, Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Run for Arkansas Governor
The Biden administration is inheriting the menace of Chinese antisatellite arms as well as an innovative way of trying to defuse the escalating threat.
Source: Failing New York Times, Five Takeaways From the Developing Space War Between China and the U.S.
The Biden administration faces not only waves of Chinese antisatellite weapons but a history of jumbled responses to the intensifying threat.
Source: Failing New York Times, How Space Became the Next ‘Great Power’ Contest Between the U.S. and China
“I put my emotions behind me to do what I thought was right,” said Jackson Reffitt, who weeks before the siege alerted the F.B.I. that his father was planning “something big.”
Source: Failing New York Times, Son Tipped Off F.B.I. About His Father, Who Is Charged in Capitol Riot
Mitt Romney indicated that he believed the charge against former President Donald J. Trump was impeachable, while Marco Rubio called a trial “stupid.”
Source: Failing New York Times, Divisions Harden in Senate as It Prepares to Receive Impeachment Article
From denialism to death threats, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci describes a fraught year as an adviser to President Donald J. Trump on the Covid-19 pandemic.
Source: Failing New York Times, Fauci on What Working for Trump Was Really Like
It seems a long time since we pledged to drink less, eat better, exercise more, cut spending and stop doom-scrolling. Be gentle on yourself: It’s been a tough month.
Source: Failing New York Times, Forget ‘Dry January’ and Other New Year’s Resolutions
A huge coalition of activist groups had been working together since the spring to make sure that Joe Biden won and that the “election stayed won” amid Donald Trump’s subterfuge.
Source: Failing New York Times, How Democrats Planned for Doomsday
Firmly linking teen suicides to school closings is difficult, but rising mental health emergencies and suicide rates point to the toll the pandemic lockdown is taking.
Source: Failing New York Times, Surge of Student Suicides Pushes Las Vegas Schools to Reopen
Garret Miller, who was among those who stormed the Capitol, also threatened the officer who fatally shot a Trump supporter, saying he would “hug his neck with a nice rope,” prosecutors said.
Source: Failing New York Times, Man Threatened to Assassinate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Officials Say
The involvement of Representative Scott Perry underlined how far the former president was willing to go in using the government to subvert the election, turning to more junior and relatively unknown figures for help.
Source: Failing New York Times, Pennsylvania Lawmaker Played Key Role in Trump’s Plot to Oust Acting Attorney General
The three Republicans face a rebuke from their own party for refusing either to support former President Trump or his effort to overturn the election results in Arizona, which President Biden won.
Source: Failing New York Times, Arizona G.O.P. Set to Censure Doug Ducey, Cindy McCain and Jeff Flake
As scholars consider the legacy of Donald J. Trump, it appears that even the woefully inadequate James Buchanan has some serious competition.
Source: Failing New York Times, The Trump Presidency Is Now History. So How Will It Rank?
The Trump administration had been accused of trying to turn the federally funded news agencies into partisan mouthpieces for his presidency.
Source: Failing New York Times, Biden Administration Removes Trump Allies from U.S.-Funded News Outlets
Senator Raphael Warnock was sworn in this week as Georgia’s first Black senator, and he arrived with a canny canine assist.
Source: Failing New York Times, How Alvin the Beagle Helped Usher in a Democratic Senate
Mr. Ducey, who is facing censure by his state party on Saturday, says the divisions within the Republican Party are nothing new.
Source: Failing New York Times, How Doug Ducey, Arizona’s Republican Governor, Views His Party After Trump
Mr. Biden, a man of old Washington, might be in for a rude awakening.
Source: Failing New York Times, Is President Biden Ready for the New Senate?
The House Republicans who voted to charge President Donald J. Trump with inciting the Capitol riot are facing a fleet of primary challengers, censures and other rebukes from their party.
Source: Failing New York Times, 10 Republicans Voted to Impeach Trump. The Backlash Has Been Swift.
After the surprise discovery of an extra dose in every vial, Pfizer executives successfully lobbied the F.D.A. to change the vaccine’s formal authorization language. The company charges by the dose.
Source: Failing New York Times, Pfizer Will Ship Fewer Covid-19 Vaccine Vials to Account for ‘Extra’ Doses
Jonathan Braun’s 10-year sentence for running a drug ring was commuted by the departing president. The White House did not mention that he faces separate accusations of violence and threats.
Source: Failing New York Times, Who is Jonathan Braun? Trump’s Last Minute Pardon Still Faces Accusations of Violence
Trying to find another avenue to push his baseless election claims, Donald Trump considered installing a loyalist, and had the men make their cases to him.
Source: Failing New York Times, Trump and Justice Dept. Lawyer Said to Have Plotted to Oust Acting AG
The plan would put off the historic proceeding until Feb. 9, giving former President Donald J. Trump time to prepare his defense and allowing President Biden to fill his cabinet and begin work on his agenda.
Source: Failing New York Times, Senate Leaders Agree on Impeachment Trial Delay, Giving Biden Breathing Room
President Donald Trump came to rely on executive action for many of his achievements. But his successor seems to understand that it is best used to repeal someone else’s legacy, not build his own.
Source: Failing New York Times, Why Biden Can Undo Much of Trump’s Legacy Via Executive Orders