Liz Cheney, Trump’s Chief Antagonist, Loses House Primary in a Landslide
- Harriet Hageman defeated Ms. Cheney, a leader on the Jan. 6 panel, in Wyoming. It’s a win for former President Trump in his effort to purge his G.O.P. critics.
- After Liz Cheney’s loss, only two of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Mr. Trump will advance to the general election. Catch up on the midterms.
Lisa Murkowski and Kelly Tshibaka have advanced in Alaska’s Senate primary race.
Former Gov. Sarah Palin and two leading rivals advanced to the November election for Alaska’s open House seat.
In an impassioned concession speech, Liz Cheney invoked President Abraham Lincoln and General Ulysses Grant.
Behind Enemy Lines, Ukrainians Tell Russians: ‘You Are Never Safe’
Clandestine resistance cells are spotting targets, sabotaging rail lines and killing those deemed collaborators as they seek to unnerve Russian forces.
Ukraine Strikes Again in Crimea, Posing a New Challenge for Putin
President Vladimir Putin has made Russia’s seizure of the peninsula a centerpiece of his rule, but a series of Ukrainian attacks have tested security there.
Ukraine foiled a cyberattack as Russia appeared set on disrupting its energy system. Follow updates.
Analysis: Biden Signs Climate and Tax Bill Into Law as Other Goals Remain
The legislation is the latest victory for President Biden on overhauling the physical economy, but he has found less support for plans to help workers.
See a detailed picture of what’s in the Democrats’ climate and health law.
Analysis: President Biden’s victories are often eclipsed by the chaos that is created by and surrounds his predecessor.
F.B.I. Interviewed Top White House Lawyers About Missing Trump Documents
They were the most senior aides to Donald Trump who were known to have been interviewed over his handling of classified material.
Top Democrats Say D.H.S. Watchdog Blocked Testimony in Jan. 6 Inquiry
The Homeland Security inspector general is under fire for his handling of an investigation into missing Secret Service text messages around Jan. 6.
Billions in Pandemic Fraud Leave Prosecutors Struggling to Catch Up
Investigators say there was so much fraud in federal Covid-relief programs that — even after hundreds of prosecutions — they’re still just getting started.
A century-old vaccine may protect against Covid-19 and other infections by broadly bolstering the immune system.
F.D.A. Clears Path for Hearing Aids to be Sold Over the Counter
The agency’s action opens the door to cheaper, more accessible devices without a prescription or medical exam.
Here’s what to know about the new F.D.A. rule on hearing aids.
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How Liz Cheney Fell to a New Class of Republican Rabble Rousers
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Every Dollar Spent on This Climate Technology Is a Waste
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The Office Is Dying. It’s Time to Rethink How We Work.
These 13 Wyoming Voters Helped Decide Liz Cheney’s Fate
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Why We Don’t Have a Carbon Tax
Catholic Order Struggles to Raise $100 Million to Atone for Slave Labor
Jesuits established a trust to answer for their history of enslaving Black people. But descendants told Rome the order was “not delivering in deed.”
Inflation in Britain Jumps to 10.1 Percent, Pushed Higher by Food Prices
The surge in prices is expected to peak in the autumn, when household energy bills are expected to sharply increase.
Wolfgang Petersen, Director of ‘Das Boot,’ Is Dead at 81
He made it big in Hollywood with box-office hits, but he’s best remembered for a harrowing, Oscar-nominated film set inside a U-boat in World War II.
Serena Williams Struggles, Ever Closer to the Finish Line
Emma Raducanu beat Williams in the first round at the Western and Southern Open. Williams’s next tournament — possibly her last — will be the U.S. Open.
Review: ‘Saul’ Great, Man
A potent finale showed why the series “Better Call Saul” was more than “Breaking Bad 2.”