Catherine Lucey, Wall Street Journal

Catherine Lucey

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Recent articles by Catherine:

Biden’s Gun-Policy Plans Start to Take Shape

Ahead of the three-year anniversary of the Parkland school shooting, President Biden’s plans for gun policy are receiving fresh attention, an issue that has long proved politically challenging for Democrats. → Read More

Biden Says Trump Shouldn’t Get Intelligence Briefings Due to ‘Erratic Behavior’

“What value is giving him an intelligence briefing? What impact does he have at all, other than the fact he might slip and say something?” President Biden said of his predecessor. → Read More

Capitol Riot Strains Relationship Between Trump and Pence

The vice president shies away from publicly criticizing President Trump, but was frustrated by the president’s lack of action to stop Wednesday’s violence on Capitol Hill. → Read More

Trump Awards Medal of Freedom to Devin Nunes

President Trump bestowed the nation’s top civilian honor on Rep. Devin Nunes, a close Republican ally who aggressively defended Mr. Trump during investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election. → Read More

Biden’s Win Gives Ireland Deep-Rooted Ally

The president-elect’s ascent could provide Ireland with a boost on the world stage amid Brexit negotiations and efforts to revive the global economy. → Read More

U.S. Sanctions Iranian Intelligence Officers Over Abduction of Former FBI Agent

The action by the Treasury Department was the first public move to formally hold Iran accountable for the abduction of Robert Levinson, who went missing in 2007. → Read More

Giuliani Says Sidney Powell Not Part of Trump’s Legal Team

Sidney Powell is an attorney who appeared in public arguing for the president at a press conference at Republican National Committee headquarters last week. → Read More

Trump, Biden Pitch Dueling Visions in Final Campaign Sprint

President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden offered dueling visions for the future as they made their final pitches to voters in the 2020 presidential campaign. → Read More

Trump, Biden Barnstorming Great Lakes States in Final Weekend of Campaign

Both presidential candidates are campaigning in the Great Lakes states this weekend, keenly aware that the region could hold the key to victory in Tuesday’s election. → Read More

Trump Campaign Adviser Brad Parscale Stepping Away From the Race

Brad Parscale, who has been serving as a senior adviser to President Trump’s re-election campaign since July, had been hospitalized for a psychiatric evaluation after police were called to his home on Sunday. → Read More

Ex-Model Accuses Trump of Sexually Assaulting Her in 1997

A former model has accused President Trump of sexually assaulting her at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in 1997. → Read More

Trump, Biden Make Dueling Michigan Visits as Campaign Intensifies

Michigan has long appeared to be the toughest Midwestern state for President Trump to win a second time, but his campaign is showing renewed interest in the battleground as he visits there Thursday. → Read More

Trump Campaign Raised More Than $210 Million in August

President Trump raised more than $210 million for his re-election bid in August, bringing in more than he did during the previous month, but still significantly less than Democratic rival Joe Biden during the same time period. → Read More

Trump Heads to Kenosha Amid Campaign Clash Over Public Safety and Race Relations

President Trump heads to the embattled city of Kenosha, Wis., on Tuesday, despite pleas from local and state officials to stay away, as the recent police shooting of a Black man, protests and fatal violence have further elevated race relations and public safety as campaign issues. → Read More

With Virtual Conventions Over, Unconventional Campaign Revs Up

The presidential contest is ramping up after the virtual conventions concluded with an at-times scathing address from President Trump, but the coronavirus pandemic guarantees the campaign trail will still be quieter than in years past. → Read More

In RNC Speech, Trump to Cast Joe Biden as Weak on Jobs, Crime

President Trump plans to criticize Democratic opponent Joe Biden as weak on jobs and public safety in his speech Thursday night at the Republican National Convention, a campaign official said. → Read More

Trump to Highlight Successes in Nightly Appearances at GOP Convention

President Trump will frame his first term as an American success story at this week’s Republican convention, which will feature GOP lawmakers, administration officials, cable news stars and other conservatives. → Read More

Trump Holds Private Funeral for His Brother at White House

Robert Trump, 71, died last Saturday. → Read More

Trump Praises QAnon Followers as ‘People That Love Our Country’

President Trump welcomed the support of followers of the far-right QAnon conspiracy theory, saying he knew little about the theory but suggesting that those who subscribe to it are patriots who back his presidency. → Read More

Trump Seeks to Boost Support With Suburban Women

The president is working to draw a key demographic, in part with a message on crime and housing. Polls and voter interviews suggest the effort may be a challenge. → Read More