- The White House has developed a plan to replace Secretary of State Rex Tillerson with Mike Pompeo, the C.I.A. director, within the next several weeks.
- Mr. Pompeo would be replaced by Senator Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas.
Pressure was growing to withdraw President Trump’s invitation for a state visit after he shared videos on Twitter from a British far-right group, then rebuked Prime Minister Theresa May.
As the Senate continued to debate the tax bill, a new analysis complicated the argument that the measure will pay for itself.
Health care, education and social services all could be reshaped by provisions in the tax overhaul championed by President Trump and Republican leaders.
The tax legislation hurtling through Congress this week seems almost tailor-made to benefit the president, our columnist writes, despite Mr. Trump’s claims that the bills are “not good for me.”
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Representative Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader, called on Representative John Conyers Jr. to resign, after a woman who settled a sexual harassment claim against him took to television with details of her charges.
Doug Jones, the Democratic nominee for the Senate against Roy S. Moore in Alabama, spent years preparing to make a leap into elective office, building a web of relationships beyond his deep-red state.
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Mr. Lauer expressed “sorrow and regret” in his first public comments after NBC News fired the “Today” show anchor amid allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior with colleagues.
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