Don’t miss an evening of timely conversation with New York Times Op-Ed columnist Bari Weiss and Michael Barbaro, a political journalist and host of the New Y...
Michael BarbaroThe more acts of anti-semitism and anti-semitic violence we witness, the more I keep thinking about the book by @bariweiss, How to Fight Anti-Semitism, which I spoke to her about here
House Democrats appear united in their charge that the president abused his power and obstructed Congress. Behind the scenes, this wasn’t always the case.
Michael BarbaroOn today's Daily: The articles of impeachment. @npfandos with extraordinary, fly-on-the-wall reporting on the fight that unfolded in Nancy Pelosi's office over just how many charges to bring against the president -- and whether 2 was enough
A last-minute booking, a furtive cab ride and a spy in the window. How our correspondent found a crack in China’s surveillance state — and a woman on her deathbed in Xinjiang.
Michael BarbaroOn today's Daily: the latest in our series with @paulmozur on a Uighur family's harrowing journey through China's repressive system of detention, re-education and surveillance. We hear, at last, from the woman herself at the center of the story
“My daughter has to eat,” one mother said. “And if it’s choosing between that or paying a doctor bill, I’m going to choose her.”
Michael BarbaroOn today's Daily: hospitals could once assume that patients with jobs and health insurance could pay their medical bills. @sarahkliff on why that's no longer true -- and the aggressive new tactic those hospitals are using to force patients to pay up.
Ms. Harris is the only 2020 Democrat who has fallen hard out of the top tier of candidates. She has proved to be an uneven campaigner who changes her message and tactics to little effect and has a staff torn into factions.
Michael BarbaroWhat's important about this story? Campaigns are dress rehearsals for the presidency: building a team, delegating, developing a strategy, executing it. When candidates can't run a campaign well it raises questions about whether they can run the country
The president is promoting a conspiracy theory — one that may have originated with the Russian government.
Michael BarbaroToday's Daily is a sobering piece of accountability journalism. For two years, the president has publicly peddled a thoroughly discredited theory that Ukraine hacked the DNC, in the face of abundant and detailed evidence that it's simply not true.
A war-crimes investigation pitted the commander in chief against the military. How a presidential intervention resulted in a rare resignation — upending the Navy.
Michael BarbaroOn today’s Daily: the unusual battle between the US president and the US military over the fate of a single Navy SEAL, Eddie Gallagher — which cost the Secretary of the Navy his job over the weekend.
Its passengers are mostly silver-haired retirees, oil-field workers and a few yo...
Michael BarbaroEver wonder how you can pay $250 for an Acela ticket and yet Amtrak is not profitable? (This year, it IS turning a rare profit). Here's how: the $500M profit Amtrak makes on Northeast corridor is offset by money-losing politically popular routes elsewhere
One defiant memo is now at the center of a Supreme Court case addressing deportation protections for nearly 700,000 “Dreamers.”
Michael BarbaroOn today's Daily: the story of how a small act of rebellion by an accidental cabinet member placed a ticking time bomb inside Trump's termination of DACA. @juliehdavis explains how that single act will influence a SCOTUS case that begins this morning