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Judge Reopens Sentencing Hearing for Man Who Attacked Pelosi’s Husband

The court said it made a mistake by not asking David DePape if he had anything to say at his sentencing hearing. The parties will be back in court on May 28.

‘We’ll See You at Your House’: How Fear and Menace Are Transforming Politics

Public officials from Congress to City Hall are now regularly subjected to threats of violence. It’s changing how they do their jobs.

A New Challenge for Asylum Seekers: Lawyer Shortages

A record number of new migrants has left many with legitimate asylum cases unable to find a lawyer to keep them from being deported.

Accepting N.R.A. Endorsement, Trump Pledges to Be Gun Owners’ Ardent Ally

Addressing the annual meeting of the National Rifle Association, former President Donald J. Trump on Saturday promised to roll back the Biden administration’s gun-control measures if elected.

Bud Anderson, Last of World War II’s ‘Triple Ace’ Pilots, Dies at 102

He single-handedly shot down 16 enemy planes in dogfights over Europe. After the war, he became one of America’s top test pilots during the “Right Stuff” era.

In Atlanta, Biden Warms Up His Pitch to Black Voters

The president, who is trailing key states in recent polling, tried to cast the election as a struggle for democracy itself.

Giuliani Is Formally Notified of His Indictment in Arizona Election Case

After trying to reach him for weeks, officials served him the notice as he left his 80th birthday party. He is expected to appear in court on Tuesday.

U.S. and Iranian Officials Held Indirect Talks in Oman on Risks of a Wider War

The talks were the first since Iran attacked Israel last month in retaliation for its killing of an Iranian general.

Stefanik to Denounce Biden, and Praise Trump, in Speech to Israeli Lawmakers

The New York congresswoman will become the highest-ranking House Republican to speak at Israel’s Parliament since the Oct. 7 attacks, in a move meant to capitalize on Democratic divisions.

113-Year-Old Death Valley Salt Tram Tower Toppled by Driver Stuck in Mud

A traveler used the tower as an anchor to try to pull out a pickup that was stuck in mud at the national park in California.

Texas Family Finally Learns Fate of Man Held in Syria

Majd Kamalmaz disappeared in Syria in early 2017. American officials recently disclosed to his family that they had intelligence indicating that he was dead.

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