How the Theodore Roosevelt’s Coronavirus Outbreak Became a Moral Crisis for the Military

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s acting Navy secretary, in a profanity-laced reprimand delivered Monday, criticized sailors aboard…

U.S. Will Give Terrorist Label to White Supremacist Group for First Time

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is expected to announce on Monday that it is designating an…

He Led a Top Navy Ship. Now He Sits in Quarantine, Fired and Infected.

WASHINGTON — For days, he fended off fears that the contagion would spread unchecked through his…

Biden Has Talked to Sanders About Process for Picking a Running Mate

Joseph R. Biden Jr. said on Friday that he had discussed the process of selecting a…

Ambassador Zero: A Virus’s Toll on U.S. Diplomats at Home and Abroad

WASHINGTON — The symptoms were more annoying than alarming: A dry cough, achiness and then sniffles…

The Growing Culture of Secrecy at Guantánamo Bay

This article was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. GUANTÁNAMO BAY, Cuba…

CONCACAF Nations semis off, World Cup qualifying next for US

MIAMI (AP) — The CONCACAF Nations League semifinals and final in June were called off on…

FIFA extends men’s age limit for Tokyo Olympics due to virus

GENEVA (AP) — FIFA has extended the age limit for the men’s soccer tournament at the…

The Navy Fired Captain Crozier After His Letter on the Coronavirus. Hear How the Crew Responded.

WASHINGTON — It was a send-off for the ages, with hundreds of sailors aboard the aircraft…

Sanders Argues He Has ‘Narrow Path’ and Says He Wants to Push His Issues

Senator Bernie Sanders this week offered his clearest articulation to date of his rationale for remaining…

Trump’s Virus Defense Is Often an Attack, and the Target Is Often a Woman

WASHINGTON — As he confronts a global pandemic, President Trump’s attention has also been directed at…

Venezuelan Leader Maduro Is Charged in the U.S. With Drug Trafficking

President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela was indicted in the United States on Thursday in a decades-long…

Military Judge in 9/11 Trial at Guantánamo Is Retiring

This article was produced in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. WASHINGTON — The…

Citing Death Penalty, U.K. Court Blocks Giving Evidence on ISIS ‘Beatles’ to U.S.

WASHINGTON — The British government must withhold key evidence from the United States for the trial…

Rand Paul’s Positive Coronavirus Test Sets the (Still Meeting) Senate on Edge

WASHINGTON — In another workplace, in another town, the news that a colleague who, days and…

‘Wartime President’? Trump Rewrites History in an Election Year

WASHINGTON — With the economy faltering and the political landscape unsettled as the coronavirus death toll…

The Lessons of the Elections of 1918

Across the country, citizens were ordered to hunker in their homes to avoid catching a deadly…

How It All Came Apart for Bernie Sanders

In mid-January, a few weeks before the Iowa caucuses, Senator Bernie Sanders’s pollster offered a stark…

Senators Got a Coronavirus Briefing. Then They Sold Stocks. What Now?

Senator Richard M. Burr, Republican of North Carolina, and Senator Kelly Loeffler, Republican of Georgia, have…

Boris Yaro, Whose Photo of an Assassination Endures, Dies at 81

Boris Yaro, a photographer for The Los Angeles Times, wasn’t on assignment on June 5, 1968.…