Katie Rogers, The New York Times

Katie Rogers

The New York Times

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Recent articles by Katie:

After Afghan Soldier Kills 2 Americans, Trump Approves Taliban Deal

Should the killing of 2 U.S. soldiers by an Afghan ally derail a peace deal with the Taliban? Or is a peace deal the only way to stop such killings? → Read More

Young, Conservative and Working for Trump? The Dating Pool Is Small

Washington’s highly politicized culture can be brutal on dating life. For Trump aides, one solution is to find love with each other. → Read More

Draft Executive Order Would Give Trump a New Target: Modern Design

The proposed order, called “Making Federal Buildings Beautiful Again,” favors classical design for buildings in Washington. It has drawn opposition from architects. → Read More

Trump Mistakenly Congratulates Kansas City, Kan., on Its Super Bowl Win

The Kansas City Chiefs play in Missouri, a fact that people on Twitter didn’t hesitate to point out. → Read More

Impeachment All but Behind Him, Trump Celebrates and Keeps Focus on Bloomberg

In tweets and an interview with Sean Hannity, the president mocked the former New York mayor who seems to be on his mind. → Read More

Trump Defends Closing Borders to Travelers to Fight Coronavirus

In an interview with Sean Hannity of Fox News, President Trump insulted his potential 2020 rivals, lamented impeachment and defended his administration’s coronavirus policies. → Read More

White House Holds Trafficking ‘Summit,’ but Critics Dismiss Lack of Dialogue

President Trump issued an executive order on trafficking, but several advocacy groups did not attend the meeting, criticizing it as a “one way” conversation. → Read More

Pence’s Trip Lets Him Change the Topic, but Impeachment Intrudes

The vice president’s trip to Israel and Italy gave him ample opportunities to counterprogram the news back home. But impeachment is a hard topic to outrun. → Read More

Trump Invites Netanyahu to White House to Discuss Middle East Peace Plan

The invitation could provide a welcome distraction for President Trump, facing an impeachment trial, and for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is facing corruption charges. → Read More

Trump Considering an Expansion of His 2017 Travel Ban

The president said in Davos, Switzerland, that he was planning to add more countries to an executive order barring people from predominantly Muslim countries. → Read More

Stephanie Grisham: Trump’s Press Secretary Who Doesn’t Meet the Press

A presidency in crisis, a nation on the brink of war — and a White House press secretary who was largely out of sight. → Read More

Impeachment Day in Washington: History Emerges From the Routine Chaos

From Capitol Hill to the Trump hotel to the White House, Wednesday was not a normal day, even in the not-normal Trump administration. → Read More

White House Summons Feuding Health Officials for Counseling Session

White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney wants to see if the Medicare chief Seema Verma and the health secretary, Alex M. Azar II, can still work together. → Read More

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