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Justice Dept., Pressured by Trump, Seeks to Speed Response to Congressional Inquiry

Attorney General Jeff Sessions appointed a United States attorney to handle document production for an inquiry into the F.B.I.’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email case.

North Korea Said to Offer Direct Assurance It Will Discuss Denuclearization

The gesture appeared to confirm that Kim Jong-un intends to participate in an unheard-of meeting with President Trump about his nuclear program.

In John Bolton, Trump Finds a Fellow Political Blowtorch. Will Foreign Policy Burn?

Mr. Bolton takes over as the president’s third national security adviser Monday. In a world of carrot-and-stick diplomacy, Mr. Bolton is a stick man: “I don’t do carrots.”

‘You Are the Product’: Targeted by Cambridge Analytica on Facebook

Facebook plans to begin notifying users on Monday who were affected by Cambridge Analytica’s data collection. The Times has already spoken with some people whose data was taken.

‘I Kept Thinking of Antioch’: Long Before #MeToo, a Times Video Journalist Remembered a Form She Signed in 2004

Before I could spend the night in my younger sister’s dorm room, I had to report to security…

Did These Women See #MeToo Coming?

In the 1990s, young women at Antioch College created the country’s first affirmative consent policy for sex. They were publicly mocked — even “S.N.L.” weighed in. Here’s what they think now.

Amid Fears of Trade War, Trump Predicts China Will Relent

President Trump tweeted that he and President Xi Jinping of China will “always be friends, no matter what happens with our dispute on trade.”

Trump Vows ‘Big Price’ for Syria Attack, Raising Prospect of Missile Strike

The president laid blame for the attack partly on President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, the first time since his election he has criticized the Russian leader by name on Twitter.

Michigan Will No Longer Provide Free Bottled Water to Flint

The state said the city’s water supply now met federal standards for safe levels of lead, but city officials were concerned, noting that lead pipes are still in service.

South Carolina Congressman Pulls Out Gun at a Meeting With Voters

The lawmaker, Representative Ralph Norman, put his gun on a table during a meeting with constituents to show that firearms were not dangerous.

Republicans Seize on Impeachment for Edge in 2018 Midterms

Invoking the specter of President Trump’s impeachment has become a fund-raising and get-out-the-vote tactic for Republicans. Democratic leaders see the issue as a trap.

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