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Katie Rogers

The New York Times

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Recent articles by Katie:

Trump’s Trip to Dayton and El Paso: The Back Story

The president became frustrated over his news coverage and his angry reaction led to White House-distributed media that focused on him, not people affected by the shootings. → Read More

Trump Treats Rally in Cincinnati as Rebuttal to Democratic Debates

Delivering a reliably red-meat speech to supporters who gathered Thursday in Ohio, President Trump took the stage to paint prominent Democrats as “left-wing extremists.” → Read More

Trump Calls Baltimore ‘Corrupt’ as Black Lawmakers Boycott Jamestown Ceremony

African-American legislators said they would not attend his speech commemorating the 400th anniversary of representative democracy in America. → Read More

Fact-Checking Trump’s Claim He ‘Spent a Lot of Time’ With 9/11 Responders

The president repeated claims about his presence at ground zero during the signing ceremony for legislation to ensure health care funding for emergency workers who rushed to help. → Read More

The Painful Roots of Trump’s ‘Go Back’ Comment

Mr. Trump’s instruction for four congresswomen to “go back” to their countries was a cutting reminder for those who have heard different versions of the slur before. → Read More

The Painful Roots of Trump’s ‘Go Back’ Comment

Mr. Trump’s instruction for four congresswomen to “go back” to their countries was a cutting reminder for those who have heard different versions of the slur before. → Read More

Trump Tells Freshman Congresswomen to ‘Go Back’ to the Countries They Came From

The attack, which was widely established as a racist trope, appeared to be meant for four progressive freshmen who have clashed with Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Only one was born outside the United States. → Read More

Trump Turns to Executive Action to Press Citizenship Question on Census

President Trump is planning to further his ongoing battle to place a question about citizenship on the 2020 census by announcing an executive action in the Rose Garden on Thursday. → Read More

White House Hosts a Meeting for Pro-Trump Twitter Warriors

Conservative fringe figures will get their moment with President Trump during a “social media summit,” where they will share stories of what they call discrimination and suppression on the internet. → Read More

Acosta Defends His Role in Brokering Jeffrey Epstein Plea Deal

R. Alexander Acosta, the labor secretary, rebuffed calls for his resignation by Democrats, who criticized his decision as a prosecutor in 2008 to accept a lenient sentence for Mr. Epstein. → Read More

Trump Talks Up ‘America’s Environmental Leadership’ in Climate Speech

The idea for the speech originated with consultants on the re-election campaign worried that his environmental record was a turnoff to two key demographics — millennials and suburban women. → Read More

Judge Blocks Trump Rule Requiring Drug Companies to List Prices in TV Ads

A federal court judge said the Health and Human Services Department had overreached its regulatory authority in trying to force drugmakers to disclose their prices. → Read More

Donald Trump Jr. Shares, Then Deletes, a Tweet Questioning Kamala Harris’s Race

But the original tweet that questioned the racial background of a presidential candidate of Indian and Jamaican descent had already gone far and wide. → Read More

Trump Names Stephanie Grisham, Aide to First Lady, as Sarah Sanders’s Successor

Ms. Grisham joined the Trump campaign in 2015 and is one of the last remaining aides from Mr. Trump’s campaign still serving in the White House. → Read More

Sarah Huckabee Sanders Leaving White House at the End of the Month

Ms. Sanders, the White House press secretary, fiercely defended President Trump through one of the most tumultuous periods in American politics. → Read More

Trump’s Ringside Evening in the Sumo Arena

The sumo ring is a sacred space where rules have applied for centuries. Foreign leaders do not often step inside, but President Trump came bearing a trophy. → Read More

How ‘Infrastructure Week’ Became a Long-Running Joke

For two years now, the phrase has become a catchall term invoking the chaos of the Trump White House. → Read More

Trump Walks Out on Pelosi and Schumer After 3 Minutes

After Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused him of a “cover-up,” the president said he would not work with Democrats until they stopped their “phony investigations.” → Read More

Trump Usually Keeps Loyalists Close. But There Are Some Things He Can’t Forgive.

In President Trump’s world, most sins are eventually forgiven except for one — profiting from his name. → Read More

‘I’ve Battled,’ Tiger Woods Says as He Accepts Presidential Medal of Freedom

President Trump offered the honor to Mr. Woods soon after the golfer won the Masters last month for his 15th major championship — and his first in almost 11 years. → Read More