Congress returned to Washington this month with a heavy agenda. Speaker Paul D. Ryan is discussing his goals and priorities with The New York Times as part of the inaugural TimesTalk D.C.
We asked people to show and tell us how Harvey affected them, using photos and voice mail messages. Here are some of their stories.
The New York Times is collecting messages from people who have been affected by the storm and its aftermath.
Fifty years ago, only one afternoon paper was left in New York City. The Times thought it could fill the void with something sophisticated and bright.
The man who would become a Confederate general wanted to correct an article about freeing the slaves on his family’s estate.
Our reporter compares the Republicans’ effort with prior fights over health care during the Obama, Bush and Clinton eras.