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Welcome to The Campaign Moment, your guide to the big developments in the 2024 election — and now the biggest development yet. (If you haven’t already, make sure to sign up for this newsletter here. I’d also be obliged if you

Throughout her history-making and often rocky ascent to the summit of American public life, Kamala D. Harris has shown an uncanny ability to revive her political fortunes. Now she is on the verge of a more momentous test: With just over

Sen. Joe Manchin III (I-W.Va.) is considering re-registering as a Democrat to compete for the party’s presidential nomination in the wake of President Biden’s announcement Sunday that he will exit the campaign, according to a Manchin adviser. The adviser, Jonathan Kott,

MILWAUKEE — As Republicans break camp at the conclusion of their national convention, the presidential campaign has taken a turn that no Hollywood scriptwriter would have dared imagine, opening a cavernous gap in moods inside the two major parties. Suddenly,

Former president Donald Trump gave two speeches on Thursday evening as he accepted the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in Milwaukee. The first was a quiet one, almost demure. Reading from a teleprompter, Trump described last Saturday’s attempt on his life and

President Biden is seriously considering endorsing a set of proposals that would reform the Supreme Court, including legislation to establish term limits and impose a binding code of ethics on the justices. It is a major shift for Biden, a

MILWAUKEE — Soon after Donald Trump survived an assassination attempt, many of his prominent supporters placed blame not on the gunman who pulled the trigger but on President Biden, other Democrats or journalists who have described the former president as

Former president Donald Trump’s 92-minute speech accepting the Republican presidential nomination on the final night of his party’s national convention rambled, often incoherently, through a hit parade of his favorite falsehoods, many of them ad-libbed instead of drawn from his

Republican National Convention attendees are not just getting former president Donald Trump onstage — they’re seeing, well, lots and lots of Trumps. Five family members have appeared on the stage in Milwaukee this week. The family presence shows not just how

Former president Donald Trump’s 92-minute-long speech accepting the Republican presidential nomination on the final night of his party’s national convention rambled, often incoherently, through a hit parade of his favorite falsehoods, many of them ad libbed instead of drawn from

Republican National Convention attendees are not just getting former president Donald Trump onstage — they’re seeing, well, lots and lots of Trumps. Five family members have appeared on the stage in Milwaukee this week. The family presence shows not just how

MILWAUKEE — Donald Trump accepted his third straight Republican nomination on Thursday by wrapping a fresh gesture toward unity around the same dark view of American decline and loathing for his political opponents and immigrants that have defined his nine-year

MILWAUKEE — Welcome to The Campaign Moment. This week, we’re running through the big moments and trends from the Republican National Convention. (Did a friend forward this to you, or are you seeing this on the website? If so, sign up

MILWAUKEE — Welcome to The Campaign Moment. This week, we’re running through the big moments and trends from the Republican National Convention. (Did a friend forward this to you, or are you seeing this on the website? If so, sign up

MILWAUKEE — Welcome to The Campaign Moment. This week, we’re running through the big moments and trends from the Republican National Convention. (Did a friend forward this to you, or are you seeing this on the website? If so, sign up