Rachel Shorey is a software engineer in the Interactive News department. She works primarily on large data collections.
The New York Times is making public hundreds of the Pentagon’s confidential assessments of reports of civilian casualties resulting from U.S.-led airstrikes in Iraq and Syria.
By Azmat Khan, Lila Hassan, Sarah Almukhtar and Rachel Shorey
Donald Trump and the Republican Party returned $12.8 million to donors in the first half of the year, a sign that their aggressive fund-raising tactics ensnared many unwitting contributors.
By Shane Goldmacher
By Shane Goldmacher and Rachel Shorey
In the first half of 2021, the former president raised far more money online than any other Republican, federal records show. But his team claimed he had raised more than he actually did.
Early fund-raising has given Democrats cause for optimism in key states as Republicans split over how closely to align with Donald Trump’s preferences.
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By Luke Broadwater, Catie Edmondson and Rachel Shorey
The lawmakers, who encouraged their followers to protest in Washington on Jan. 6, have capitalized on the riot to draw huge campaign donations.
Angry at his critics in the party and seeking to keep his options for raising money open, the former president is trying to take charge of the online fund-raising juggernaut he helped create.
By Annie Karni and Maggie Haberman
A civil war broke out in the group as it antagonized Donald Trump, with leaders splintering over financial arrangements and revelations of online harassment by a top official.
By Danny Hakim, Maggie Astor and Jo Becker