Review of Sensitive Issues Slows Potential Release of Biden Transcript

The White House’s review of whether to release a transcript of a special counsel’s interview of President Biden that set off a political furor is being complicated by the sensitive material it covers, including classified information, security measures and discussions that could be subject to executive privilege, people familiar with the matter said. The White … Read more

Haley Trails Trump by 36 Points in South Carolina, New Poll Shows

A Winthrop University poll released Wednesday shows Nikki Haley losing badly in South Carolina, her home state, with a little more than a week before the state’s Republican primary. Nearly two-thirds of likely Republican primary voters, 65 percent, said they supported former President Donald J. Trump, and only 29 percent said they supported Ms. Haley. … Read more

What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries in February

This week in Newly Reviewed, Travis Diehl covers John Knight’s institutional critiques in Chelsea, Peggy Chiang’s installation in the Lower East Side and Robert Roest’s divine visions in Chinatown. Newly Reviewed Chelsea John Knight Through March 2. Greene Naftali, 508 West 26th Street, Ground Floor, Manhattan; 212-463-7770, greenenaftaligallery.com. The conceptual artist John Knight delights in … Read more

Liberal Group Joins Efforts Calling for Protest Vote Against Biden in Michigan

Our Revolution, the political organization that Senator Bernie Sanders launched in 2016, is throwing its weight behind the movement to vote Uncommitted in Michigan’s Democratic primary, seeking to pressure President Biden into changing his approach to the war between Israel and Hamas. On Wednesday, Our Revolution is planning to send an email to 87,000 members … Read more