Opinion | Scott Stringer Mayoral Endorsement Interview

Scott Stringer is New York City’s comptroller. He previously served as an assemblyman and the borough president of Manhattan. This interview with Mr. Stringer was conducted by the editorial board of The New York Times on April 23, several days before Jean Kim, a lobbyist who once worked for Mr.

Reed Disputes Groping Allegation, Calling Woman’s Account ‘Not Accurate’

Representative Tom Reed, Republican of New York, on Friday disputed the accuracy of a news report detailing the allegations of a former lobbyist who said he touched her inappropriately during a weekend political trip in 2017. The woman, Nicolette Davis, told The Washington Post that she was a 25-year-old lobbyist

As Trump Seeks to Remain a Political Force, New Targets Emerge

Former President Donald J. Trump, determined to remain a force in G.O.P. politics, is gaining new opportunities with a crucial Senate seat unexpectedly coming open in Ohio, an ally announcing for governor of Arkansas and rising pressure on Republicans in Congress who did not stand with him during this month’s

France warns ‘situation becoming catastrophic’ as UK warned freight supply could ‘DRY UP’

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Vanessa Ibarlucea , a spokeswoman for the French national road haulage federation, FNTR , said: “They are stuck in lorry parks with no toilets – it’s becoming a catastrophe. “No driver

China’s economic coercion ‘tip of iceberg’ as Beijing uses power to control businesses

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. China this week signed an historic trade agreement with 14 other countries, not including the UK or US. It is one of the biggest free trade deals