Maggie Haberman, The New York Times

Maggie Haberman

The New York Times

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Recent articles by Maggie:

Trump Loses Case to Enforce Omarosa Manigault Newman’s N.D.A.

Donald Trump had filed the case against Ms. Manigault Newman, a former White House aide and “Apprentice” star, after she wrote a tell-all book about serving in his administration. → Read More

Rep. Lee Zeldin Confirms Leukemia Diagnosis

Mr. Zeldin, a conservative Republican, says the disease is in remission, and that his bid for governor of New York will be unaffected. → Read More

Alphonso David, Who Advised Cuomo, Fired as Human Rights Campaign President

Mr. David, who previously worked as a lawyer for former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was identified in a report as having advised Mr. Cuomo on how to handle sex harassment allegations. → Read More

Trump Was Not Indicted. But the Charges Still Threaten Him.

The criminal case against the former president’s business could deliver a blow to his finances, and he remains the focus of a broader investigation in New York. → Read More

Trump Aides Prepared Insurrection Act Order During Debate Over Protests

President Donald Trump never invoked the act, but fresh details underscore the intensity of his interest last June in using active-duty military to curb unrest. → Read More

Pence, Diverging From Trump, Says He Was ‘Proud’ to Certify Election

In a speech, former Vice President Mike Pence went the furthest he has gone yet in distancing himself from Donald Trump and the Capitol riot. But he still praised the former president and his agenda. → Read More

2 Leading Manhattan D.A. Candidates Face the Trump Question

Alvin Bragg and Tali Farhadian Weinstein both had dealings with President Donald J. Trump’s administration that Mr. Trump could try to use against them. → Read More

Giuliani’s Legal Bills Are Growing. His Allies Want Trump to Pay Them.

As Rudolph Giuliani faces an escalating federal investigation and defamation suits, his advisers believe he should benefit from a $250 million Trump campaign war chest. → Read More

Federal Investigators Execute Search Warrant at Rudy Giuliani’s Apartment

Prosecutors obtained the warrant as part of an investigation into whether Mr. Giuliani broke lobbying laws as President Trump’s personal lawyer. → Read More

Caitlyn Jenner Announces Run for California Governor

Ms. Jenner, a Republican former Olympian and transgender activist, said on Friday that she was running to challenge Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat facing an all but certain recall election. → Read More

‘A Tremendous Complication’: G.O.P. Dances Around Trump’s Lingering Presence

A gathering of Republican leaders and top donors in Florida this weekend is less a reset of priorities and more a reminder of the tensions that Donald J. Trump instills in his party. → Read More

Matt Gaetz Says He Is a Victim of ‘the Leaks and the Lies’ of Critics

The congressman defended himself in his first major public appearance since a Justice Department inquiry came to light last week. → Read More

Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club partially closed after positive coronavirus tests.

The club is set to play host to events during the Republican National Committee spring retreat in Florida next month. It has been Mr. Trump’s post-presidency base of operations. → Read More

How Cuomo’s Team Tried to Tarnish One of His Accusers

People tied to Gov. Andrew Cuomo sought to damage the credibility of Lindsey Boylan, the first woman to accuse Mr. Cuomo of sexual harassment. → Read More

Prosecutors Investigating Trump Focus on His Finance Chief

Manhattan district attorney investigators who are examining possible financial fraud have asked witnesses about Allen Weisselberg, the chief financial officer at the Trump Organization. → Read More

A Quiet Life Out of the Spotlight? Not for This Former President

Most presidents leave the White House and adopt low profiles. Donald Trump is returning to the national stage with a prominent appearance at a conservative conference on Sunday. → Read More

Trump Schedules Address Before CPAC Next Sunday

The former president will make his first lengthy remarks since leaving office before the annual conference of conservatives Feb. 28. → Read More

Stumbles, Clashes and Egos: Behind the Scenes With Trump’s Legal Team

The lawyers assembled by the former president to represent him in his Senate impeachment trial hardly knew one another. They prevailed in the end, but it wasn’t pretty. → Read More

Trump, in Scorching Attack on McConnell, Urges G.O.P. to Replace Him

The former president, breaking an unusually long silence, called the Senate minority leader a “dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack” and called on Republicans in the chamber to find a new leader. → Read More

After the Speech: What Trump Did as the Capitol Was Attacked

New evidence emerged in the impeachment trial about what President Donald J. Trump did from roughly 1 to 6 p.m. the day of the Capitol attack. But many questions remain unanswered. → Read More