Nearly 200 executives tried this week to redefine the role of a corporation in society. We look at what’s behind that move.
Michael BarbaroOn today’s Daily: nearly 200 of the country’s most powerful CEOs just said it’s time for corporations to stop putting profits and shareholders above all else. @andrewrsorkin on what that really means, what motivated the change and whether it can be trusted
We asked the Democratic presidential candidate how her decision to call for the resignation of a Senate colleague may have affected her campaign and her party.
Michael BarbaroOn today's Daily: New reporting has revived the debate about whether Democrats moved too fast in calling for Al Franken to resign. I spoke with @SenGillibrand, the first senator to do so.
General Motors idled a factory in Lordstown, and hundreds of autoworkers lost their jobs. Did their politics change?
Michael BarbaroOn today's Daily: Trump promised to save the auto industry in Lordstown, Ohio. He didn't. But what @stavernise discovered among the plant's ex-workers is not fury at single president-- but a much deeper alienation from all of politics and government
Ms. Carroll and the two women who corroborated her sexual assault accusations against President Trump go on the record with Megan Twohey, a New York Times reporter.
Michael BarbaroThe two friends of E Jean Carroll, in whom she privately confided after the alleged attack by Trump in the 1990s, go on the record with @mega2e for the first time, on today's Daily. A powerful episode
Twenty presidential candidates are facing off onstage for the first time in the 2020 campaign. Here’s what to watch for.
Michael BarbaroHere's how to think about the next two nights of Democratic debates, contends @alexburnsNYT in today's Daily: 1) those who advocate for restoration to a pre-Trump era and 2) those who think the system, not Trump, is the problem, and must be blown up