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AIDE DETAILS TRUMP’S RAGE ON JAN. 6
He Knew Crowd Could Be Violent, but Was Unconcerned, Panel Is Told
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Sarah Kerr and Natalie Reneau
Trump Smashed Plate in Fury Over Effort to Stay in Power, She Says
Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to President Trump’s chief of staff, delivered dramatic testimony. She also said Mark Meadows and Rudy Giuliani sought pardons.
Representative Liz Cheney said that Trump allies had been intimidating witnesses. One message said, “He knows you’re loyal.”
Here’s a timeline of the key scenes in Cassidy Hutchinson’s Jan. 6 testimony.
Analysis: A President Untethered
In the final, frenzied days of his administration, former President Trump’s behavior turned increasingly volatile, according to testimony.
Cassidy Hutchinson’s revelations highlighted some legal risks for former President Trump.
Cassidy Hutchinson distinguished herself as the most powerful witness yet in the investigation.
Today’s session played like the Watergate hearings as punched up by the writers’ room of “24,” our TV critic writes.
A federal prosecutor is overseeing parts of the investigation into former President Trump’s efforts to overturn the election.
Rudy Giuliani has become a central figure in Georgia’s investigation into efforts to reverse the election there.
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Hochul Cruises in New York, and a Far-Right Nominee Rises in Illinois
Gov. Kathy Hochul easily fended off challengers. In Illinois, Darren Bailey, a conservative state senator, will take on Gov. J.B. Pritzker. Follow updates.
Full Primary Results ›
Ill. 1st ›
D
J. Jackson
28%
P. Dowell
19%
53% est. reported
Ill. 6th ›
D
S. Casten
65%
M. Newman
32%
62% est. reported
Ill. 7th ›
D
D. Davis
52%
K. Collins
46%
58% est. reported
Ill. Governor ›
R
D. Bailey
56%
J. Sullivan
16%
49% est. reported
Ill. 15th ›
R
M. Miller
57%
R. Davis
43%
61% est. reported
Okla. U.S. Senate ›R
J. Lankford
68%
J. Lahmeyer
26%
79% est. reported
Colo. 8th ›
R
B. Kirkmeyer
41%
J. Kulmann
23%
94% est. reported
Colo. U.S. Senate ›R
J. O’Dea
55%
R. Hanks
45%
91% est. reported
Colo. Sec. of State ›R
P. Anderson
44%
M. O’Donnell
29%
91% est. reported
N.Y. Governor ›
R
L. Zeldin
41%
A. Giuliani
25%
38% est. reported
N.Y. Governor ›
D
K. Hochul
67%
J. Williams
21%
40% est. reported
N.Y. Lt. Governor ›D
A. Delgado
60%
A. Archila
26%
38% est. reported
Source: A.P.
Colo. Ill. Miss. N.Y. Okla. S.C. Utah
Supreme Court Revives G.O.P.-Drawn Voting Map in Louisiana
A federal judge had earlier said the map diluted the power of Black voters. The Supreme Court’s three liberal members dissented.
Russia-Ukraine War
In Blow to Putin, Turkey Won’t Bar Sweden and Finland From NATO
The change was a victory for President Biden and a setback to Vladimir Putin, who had justified the Ukraine invasion as a warning against NATO’s expansion.
Kremenchuk, Ukraine
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Finland and Sweden made security pledges to win Turkey’s acceptance. Follow updates on the war in Ukraine.
Analysis: President Biden is leading an effort to manipulate the oil market at a scale the world has rarely seen.
Roe v. Wade Overturned
Read the DecisionTracking Abortion BansWho Gets Abortions?Your Questions, Answered
State Battles Are Defining the Shifting Abortion Landscape
A ban that Texas wrote before Roe v. Wade is on hold while a ban in Wisconsin reaches the courts. A previously blocked ban in Tennessee has taken effect.
‘No Magic Bullet’ for Preserving Abortion Access, Biden’s Health Secretary Says
With the White House under pressure to push back on the Supreme Court ruling, Xavier Becerra unveiled steps aimed at protecting access to the procedure.
Patrick Semansky/Associated Press
Maxwell Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison as Epstein Case Nears Its End
Prosecutors said the harm inflicted by Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein’s scheme was “incalculable.” A victim said she was driven to suicide attempts.
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F.D.A. Panel Recommends Updated Boosters Targeting Forms of Omicron
The move came as new federal estimates show two subvariants make up more than half of new U.S. cases. Here’s the latest on the coronavirus.
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Tracking the Coronavirus ›
United States ›
Avg. on Jun. 27
14-day change
New cases108,215+1%
Hospitalized31,720+6%
New deaths333+3%
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Serena Williams Exits Wimbledon in the First Round, Again
Williams, who had not competed in singles on tour since withdrawing from Wimbledon last year with an injury, lost in three sets to Harmony Tan of France.
Matthew Childs/Reuters
As Monkeypox Spreads, U.S. Plans a Vaccination Campaign
States will be given vaccine doses from the federal stockpile, but supplies of the safest type are limited.
Hiram Durán for The New York Times
The Great Read
The Books About Sex That Every Family Should Read
The author Cory Silverberg bucks decades of conventional wisdom on how to teach kids about intimacy.
Illustration by Sophi Miyoko Gullbrants
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Taiwanese Fried Chicken Meets the Moment
As crispy chicken soars in popularity, Taiwanese American chefs reimagine the street-food classic.
Opinion
BRET STEPHENS
Will the Jan. 6 Committee Finally Bring Down the Cult of Trump?
MICHELLE COTTLE
Cassidy Hutchinson Did Her Job
Damon Winter/The New York Times
FRANK BRUNI
If Only Trump Had Been Stopped From Grabbing America’s Steering Wheel
THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN
Trump, Netanyahu and the Souls of Two Democracies
JENEEN INTERLANDI
Experts Say We Have the Tools to Fight Addiction. So Why Are More Americans Overdosing Than Ever?
TRESSIE MCMILLAN COTTOM
Citizens No More
Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters
MARY PIPHER
How I Build a Good Day When I’m Full of Despair at the World
ELIZABETH SPIERS
This Is What Happens When Tech Executives Start Believing Their Own Hype
The Reality of Abortion in America, as Told by Our Readers
‘Thank You, Cassidy Hutchinson’: Drama at the Jan. 6 Hearings
‘Deeply Concerned’: 6 College Presidents on the Abortion Ruling
EMMA ASHFORD
Europe Has an America Problem
MICHELLE GOLDBERG
Lessons From the Terrible Triumph of the Anti-Abortion Movement
PETER COY
What Happens When People Won’t Accept a Supreme Court Decision?
JAY CASPIAN KANG
California’s Fight Against Homelessness Has Turned Desperate and Dangerous
JAY K. VARMA
America May Soon Have Another Sexually Transmitted Infection
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Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Read the Climate Forward Newsletter
Here are two things critics say the World Bank could do better, and one they say it shouldn’t do at all.
Listen to ‘The Trojan Horse Affair’
An unlikely duo chases down the origins of a mysterious letter that caused a national scandal in England.
Read the On Tech Newsletter
Moderators on Reddit and Facebook are crucial but not paid. We should be creative in how we compensate them.
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Tractor-Trailer Used by Smugglers Was ‘Death Trap’ for 51 Migrants
At least 16 others from the truck in San Antonio, including some children, were taken to hospitals. Three people were in custody, officials said.
Eric Gay/Associated Press
Los Angeles County to Return Beach Seized in 1924 From a Black Family
Ownership of the property, known as Bruce’s Beach, will be transferred to descendants of Charles and Willa Bruce, who bought the land in 1912.
Margaret Keane, Painter of Sad-Eyed Waifs, Dies at 94
Her work was immensely popular and virtually ubiquitous. But until the matter was settled in court, her husband fraudulently claimed credit for it.
Colombia’s Truth Commission Is Highly Critical of U.S. Policy
Its report estimates that 450,000 people were killed in the decades-long internal conflict — more than twice the number previously thought.
Scotland’s Leader Calls for Independence Vote, Challenging Judges to Stop It
Lost and Found: USB Sticks With Data on 460,000 People
Arrest of Journalist in India Adds to Press Freedom Concerns
Deborah James, British Cancer Campaigner and Podcaster, Dies at 40
Thieves Hit Dutch Art Fair in Daylight Heist
Indictments in Flint Water Crisis Are Invalid, Michigan Supreme Court Finds
Ex-Nebraska Representative Sentenced to Probation for Lying to Authorities
Rudy Giuliani on Defensive After Uproar Over Assault Claim
Health and Family
Jess Cheetham for The New York Times
How to Raise Kids Who Are Good at Getting Angry
Sasha Arutyunova for The New York Times
New Guidelines Encourage Breastfeeding Longer
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The Voices of Men Affected by Abortion
Melanie Lambrick
If You Plan to Visit Aging Parents, Bring a To-Do List
JooHee Yoon
The Psychology Behind Sibling Rivalry
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Culture and Lifestyle
Sam Gilliam/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; via Pace Gallery
Sam Gilliam ‘Took a Step Most People Didn’t Understand Was Possible’
The artists Melvin Edwards and Rashid Johnson reflect on the legacy of their friend, just days after the painter died at age 88.
For the Most Complex Heroines in Animation, Look to Japan
‘Marcel the Shell’: From YouTube to the Big Screen
Tiny Love Stories: ‘We Should Drop the Charade’
Can a Shirt Made in India Beat Savile Row?
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