Republicans are condemning the possible indictment, and Democrats, generally, are treading carefully. Here’s what else is being said.
Author: Maggie Astor
Larry Hogan Says He Will Not Run for President
Mr. Hogan, the former Maryland governor and longtime Trump critic, said he saw little room to gain support and did not want a large candidate field that could help Mr. Trump win the 2024 Republican primary.
Marianne Williamson Says She Will Run for President Again
Ms. Williamson, a self-help author, called Trumpism a symptom of a disease in the American psyche during her last bid for the Democratic nomination.
Vivek Ramaswamy, a Wealthy ‘Anti-Woke’ Activist, Joins the 2024 Presidential Field
Vivek Ramaswamy, 37, has made a name for himself in right-wing circles by opposing corporate efforts to advance political, social and environmental causes.
What to Know About Nikki Haley
Ms. Haley, for now the only well-known Republican to challenge Donald Trump for president, made history as South Carolina governor, and was a face of Mr. Trump’s foreign policy as his U.N. ambassador.
What Is NORAD, the Organization That Helps Defend U.S. and Canadian Airspace
The plane was part of NORAD, a defense organization operated jointly by the U.S. and Canada.
Rep. Nancy Mace Jokes About Republicans at Press Club Event
In frequently bawdy terms at a press club dinner, Ms. Mace brought down the house with her barbs at fellow House members and other Republicans.
3 Special Elections Will Determine Control of the Pennsylvania House
Democrats have a good chance of winning a majority in the chamber after a month in which three vacancies have paralyzed it.
Declaring Emergencies and Banning ‘Latinx’: First Acts for 9 New Governors
Gov. Josh Shapiro of Pennsylvania opened 92 percent of state government jobs to people without four-year degrees. Gov. Jim Pillen of Nebraska created a state office focused on broadband access.
G.O.P. State Lawmakers Push a Growing Wave of Anti-Transgender Bills
Four states could ban transition care into young adulthood. Lawmakers in several others want to restrict drag shows in ways that could affect transgender performers broadly. It’s part of a long-term plan.