Katie Rogers, The New York Times

Katie Rogers

The New York Times

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Recent articles by Katie:

Justin Trudeau Is ‘Two-Faced,’ Trump Says of Comments Caught on Video

The leaders of Canada, France and Britain did not appear to realize that a conversation at a Buckingham Palace reception was being recorded. → Read More

Trump Warns Trade Talks With China May Last Past 2020 Election

The president said he was in no rush to complete a deal, injecting further uncertainty into a dispute that has rocked global markets. → Read More

Trump Begins NATO Summit by Targeting Macron’s ‘Brain Death’ Comment

President Trump said a warning from President Emmanuel Macron of France that Europe could no longer assume support from the United States was “a very dangerous statement.” → Read More

Trump’s Embrace of Sanctions Irks Allies and Prompts Efforts to Evade Measures

Allies and adversaries are seeking ways to avoid President Trump’s sanctions, which critics say have become a substitute for foreign policy. → Read More

Emails Outline Anti-Immigration Group’s Connection to Stephen Miller

A new batch of leaked emails illustrates the degree to which Mr. Miller used a think tank’s work to shape coverage at Breitbart News and policy at the White House. → Read More

Report Details How Stephen Miller Shared Theories Favored by White Nationalists

A report by the Southern Poverty Law Center seeks to illustrate how Mr. Miller brought anti-immigrant beliefs to the White House and turned them into policy. → Read More

On the Scoreboard: The Home Team, the Visitors and Trump

The president’s visit to the University of Alabama, in the thick of an impeachment inquiry, was not without the usual controversy over whether he’d be booed or not. → Read More

Republicans Try Different Response to Ukraine Call: Quid Pro Quo Isn’t Impeachable

The new line of attack is a turnabout for Republicans, who for weeks had rallied around the cry of “no quid pro quo.” → Read More

Trump Shares Photo of ‘Wonderful’ Dog in ISIS Raid, but Not a Name

The dog “is still in theater, returned to duty,” said Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. But the name is still classified. → Read More

‘Get Over It’? Why Political Influence in Foreign Policy Matters

Readers have asked The New York Times why asking another nation for help ahead of an election is such a serious issue. Here are some answers. → Read More

Why Trump Dropped His Idea to Hold the G7 at His Own Hotel

He knew Democrats would criticize him. When Republicans started doing so, he changed his mind. → Read More

Mark Esperanto? Trump Misnames His Defense Secretary in Tweet

Even for a president who often lards his online missives with typos, caps-lock abuses and errant exclamation points, Sunday’s Twitter missive on Syria contained an outsize number of errors. → Read More

Mick Mulvaney Struggles to Explain Comments on Ukraine

The acting White House chief of staff admitted he did not have a “perfect press conference,” but said the administration did not tie military aid to investigating Democrats. → Read More

After Criticism, Trump to Select New Location for G7

White House officials would consider another site, the president said, suggesting Camp David was a possibility. → Read More

Mulvaney Says, Then Denies, That Trump Held Back Ukraine Aid as Quid Pro Quo

Conflicting comments by the acting White House chief of staff threw Washington into turmoil. → Read More

Trump Will Host 2020 G7 Summit at His Doral Resort

The decision to host the economic summit at the Trump National Doral Miami Golf Club is sure to alarm ethics watchdogs and critics of the administration. → Read More

Inside the Derailed White House Meeting

“I hate ISIS more than you do,” President Trump said. “You don’t know that,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi replied. Here’s the rest of their exchange. → Read More

Inside the Derailed White House Meeting

“I hate ISIS more than you do,” President Trump said. “You don’t know that,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi replied. Here’s the rest of their exchange. → Read More

Violent Video Was Product of Right-Wing Provocateurs and Trump Allies

The White House said President Trump condemned a fake video depicting him killing rivals and members of the news media. But Mr. Trump never mentioned it. → Read More

For Finland’s President and Other Guests of Trump, Stoicism Is Key

A placid face and a willingness to expect the unexpected has become the price of admission for any foreign ally who hopes for a productive audience with President Trump. → Read More