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"First Draft" will have a more informal tone than the Times' typical political coverage.
Here are some of the notable initiatives to look out for as November approaches.
The former mayor will fight to dismiss a lawsuit against the "Call of Duty" video game franchise.
EMILY'S List president says she has not engaged in any conversations with the DNC.
He notes that the group has secured major territory and funding -- things Al Qaeda never did.
The newspaper identifies him as one of the senators who made comments about her appearance.
He calls for a full-scale Secret Service review.
He says he might be making house calls for Republicans such as Mitch McConnell.
The Louisiana Democrat has taken a new kind of stand - a keg stand.
The show is having some fun with the team in the wake of its canceled trademarks.
The social media campaign is aimed at pressuring GOP voters to go to the polls by Election Day.
She refuses to beg for forgiveness for her role in the IRS tea party targeting scandal.
War, Ebola and climate change make for a complex agenda for the president to address.
He says it's a less-lethal option for riot control.
The Secret Service discusses setting up security screening checkpoints near the building.
GOP Gov. Rick Snyder names a suburban-Detroit businessman to replace the filmmaker.
Her frustration with lawmakers' failure to advance gun control is playing out in her 2014 efforts.
"I agree with her and I would have taken the chance," he says about arming rebels years ago.
Organizers estimate that the march drew 310,000 people, far exceeding their projections.