A Presidential Candidate and a City Brace for a Consequential Week
Donald Trump and his campaign spent the weekend making plans for his arrest, and how to capitalize on it, while officials in New York prepared for potential turmoil.
Trump Flourishes in the Glare of His Indictment
The former president’s appetite for attention has been fundamental to his identity for decades. Where others may focus on the hazards of a criminal case, he raises money, promotes his campaign and works to reduce the case to a cliffhanging spectacle.
Louisiana State Wins N.C.A.A. Women’s Title With Rout of Clark and Iowa
Angel Reese starred and talked trash as her Tigers held Caitlin Clark and Iowa at bay in a 102-85 victory.
A Front Company and a Fake Identity: How the U.S. Came to Use Spyware It Was Trying to Kill.
The Biden administration has been trying to choke off use of hacking tools made by the Israeli firm NSO. It turns out that not every part of the government has gotten the message.