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  1. Their First Try Backfired, but Giuliani and Allies Keep Aiming at Biden Washington, Today

    The former New York mayor’s dirt-digging effort on Hunter Biden in 2019 ended with President Trump’s impeachment. Now he is back with new associates. So far it is not going exactly as planned.

  2. Biden and Surrogates Hit Trump on Taxes in Closing Argument Investigative, Today

    “Why should you pay more taxes than Donald Trump?” Joseph R. Biden Jr. asked as he took aim at the president’s taxes and tax policy.

  3. Philadelphia Democrats embrace absentee voting, but many are holding out for Election Day. U.S., Today

  4. Pennsylvania: Bucks County was tight in 2016, and voters are split again. U.S., Today

  5. In Atlanta, dislike for President Trump spurs a chronic nonvoter to the polls. Democrats are looking for more like her. U.S., Today

  6. Trump begins four-stop Pennsylvania tour and predicts a strong showing on Election Day. U.S., Today

  7. In a first for the U.S., Cuomo requires visitors to New York to undergo testing. World, Today

  8. Skakel Won’t Be Retried for Greenwich Murder: How Did the Case Unfold Over the Decades? Express, Today

    Prosecutors in Connecticut said they did not have enough evidence to pursue a second trial against Michael C. Skakel, who was convicted of killing Martha Moxley in 1975 when they were both 15.

  9. Elvia Ramirez Dies at 17; Youngest Covid-19 Victim in North Dakota Obits, Today

    Her mother watched her heartbreaking downfall over three swift weeks, starting in mid-September, when Elvia began experiencing headaches.

  10. Democrats hope to flip upscale Florida voters, but signs of resistance appear in south Tampa. U.S., Today

  11. A battle rages over razor-thin margins in western Pennsylvania. U.S., Today

  12. An Ancient Hill and Forgotten Dead: Afghanistan’s Haunted Outpost Foreign, Today

    Its name was Observation Post Rock. The outpost is the backdrop for a ghost story, and is known for strange voices, radio static and the creeping fear of being watched.

  13. The ‘Wall’ Is Still Motivating Voters. But This Time is it Against Trump? Politics, Today

    Immigration was a defining issue for President Trump in 2016. It’s less dominant in 2020, and it is motivating his critics as well as his supporters.

  14. Did President Trump Keep His First-Term Promises? Let’s Look at 5 of Them Politics, Today

    Mr. Trump won the presidency in 2016 after making more than 100 promises. Here’s where some stand four years later and what some of his supporters think of them.

  15. Greece and Austria add restrictions, and Britain weighs following suit as Europe’s surge helps drive global cases to new highs. World, Today

  16. New Zealand’s preview of a post-virus world. World, Today

  17. Rescue Workers Search for Survivors After Major Earthquake in Turkey Video, Today

    A magnitude-7.0 quake that struck in the Aegean Sea also killed at least two people in Greece. Hundreds in Turkey were injured and many thousands displaced.

  18. ¿El presidente Trump cumplió las promesas de su primer mandato? Analizamos cinco de ellas en Español, Today

    Trump ganó la presidencia en 2016 haciendo más de cien promesas. Cuatro años después, este es el avance de algunos de esos compromisos y lo que piensan algunos de sus seguidores de ellos.

  19. Can Trump Woo Enough Black Men to Hurt Biden in Battleground States? Politics, Today

    On the ground and in TV ads, the candidates are in an intense and surprising battle for Black male voters, who are crucial for Democrats trying to win back Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

  20. Greek Orthodox Priest Wounded in Lyon, France, Shooting Foreign, Today

    An unknown assailant fired twice at the priest before fleeing the scene, authorities said. The attack came amid heightened tensions in France after an Islamist terrorist attack in Nice that left three dead.

  21. Arizona: Democrats eye victory, even in an unlikely district. U.S., Today

  22. Obama will head to South Florida and Atlanta on Monday, Biden campaign announces. U.S., Today

    Obama will head to South Florida and Atlanta on Monday, Biden campaign announces.

  23. As Augmented Reality Evolves, the Reporting Is All Around You Society, Today

    A new storytelling initiative is rooted in the belief that information is “not going to be on a sliver of glass forever.”

  24. Early vote totals tick past 90 million, nearing two-thirds of 2016 turnout. U.S., Today

    Early vote totals tick past 90 million, nearing two-thirds of 2016 turnout.

  25. Poll Watchers Endure, Minus the Partisan Drama National, Today

    As President Trump urges supporters to watch for fraud at polling places, people inside the polls already are keeping watch — and usually not finding much.

  26. How Are Americans Catching the Virus? Increasingly, ‘They Have No Idea’ National, Today

    New outbreaks used to be traced back to crowded factories and rowdy bars. But now, the virus is so widespread not even health officials are able to keep up.

  27. The Race for Miami’s Perennial Tossup Seat Starts Leaning Democratic National, Today

    Florida’s 26th Congressional District seemed like the rare pickup opportunity for Republicans. But the campaign has been complicated by the coronavirus and the presidential election.

  28. Trump and the Working Class Letters, Today

    “Mr. Trump presented himself as a class traitor who would bring the billionaires to heel,” but did the opposite, a reader says.

  29. Variety: Cryptic Crossword Games, Today

    John Forbes returns with a proper cryptic challenge.

  30. The President’s Taxes: A Reader’s Guide Investigative, Today

    Over the past four years, The New York Times has independently obtained and published information on several decades of Donald J. Trump’s taxes.

  31. President Trump called for a poll watcher army. What can it really do? U.S., Today

  32. Dramatic Rescues After Major Earthquake Kills at Least 37 in Turkey Foreign, Today

    The magnitude-7.0 quake that struck in the Aegean Sea also killed at least two people in Greece. Hundreds were injured in Turkey and many thousands displaced.

  33. 15 Sean Connery Movies to Stream Culture, Today

    Whether as James Bond or Indiana Jones’s father, the Scottish star played the man’s man with an earthy sexiness, as these performances prove.

  34. Cut Off From the World Again, Australia Now Finds Silver Linings Foreign, Today

    After chafing against their isolation for so long, Australians these days are finding island life a privilege when pestilence lies beyond.

  35. North Carolina: An invisible line cleaves a region into political camps. U.S., Today

  36. Police Reform Is on the Ballot Editorial, Today

    When it comes to curbing violence by law enforcement, local elections matter most.

  37. Is France Fueling Muslim Terrorism by Trying to Prevent It? Op Ed, Today

    Emmanuel Macron’s government may unwittingly be breeding the kind of communalism it wants to ward off.

  38. I’m Dreaming of a Blue Texas Op Ed, Today

    With every election cycle, the same question comes up: Is this the year the Lone Star State changes its color?

  39. Republicans, Not Biden, Are About to Raise Your Taxes Op Ed, Today

    People making from $10,000 and $30,000 — nearly one-quarter of Americans — are among millions slated to pay more in 2021.

  40. The Economy Is Down. Why Are Home Prices Up? Op Ed, Today

    Government efforts to stimulate growth are lifting markets of all kinds everywhere.

  41. Trump campaign will dominate YouTube home page through Election Day. U.S., Today

  42. My Co-op Is Losing Revenue in the Pandemic. Do I Have to Pay? Real Estate, Today

    Co-op shareholders are responsible for keeping the building financially stable. But what happens when they don’t want to pay a new fee?

  43. Navy Commandos Rescue American Kidnapped in Niger Washington, Today

    U.S. Special Operations forces conducted a predawn raid in neighboring Nigeria to free the American before he could be sold to terrorists.

  44. Comfort Food Forever Dining, Today

    Hearty and consoling dishes.

  45. El papa Francisco, la homosexualidad y la hipocresía de la Iglesia en Español, Today

    La iglesia de Roma pierde terreno frente a la secularización, el ateísmo y el avance de otras religiones. Para sobrevivir y actualizarse necesita mostrar compasión.

  46. When Parents Lose Their Jobs, Their Children Also Suffer. But Sometimes There’s a Consolation. Washington, Today

    The sudden increase of time with their children has reminded some low-income parents of what they have been missing. “It’s an odd silver lining, but it’s there,” says Jane Waldfogel, a professor at the Columbia School of Social Work.

  47. Biden continues to outspend Trump on the airwaves in the final stretch of the campaign. U.S., Today

  48. Did This Building Grow a Beard? Nope. Those Are Legs. Science, Today

    Daddy longlegs will sometimes collect in large groups. Don’t mistake their dangling limbs for fur.

  49. The U.S. breaks its record, tallying over 99,000 new cases in a day. World, Today

  50. Nursing home residents continue to grapple with effects of isolation. World, Today

  51. With 85 percent of N.Y.C. office workers still home, some companies are using perks to lure employees back. World, Today

  52. The U.S. breaks the record for new cases in a day, tallying over 99,000. World, Today

  53. Thanksgiving airline bookings have plummeted. World, Today

  54. As Tanzania’s President Wins a Second Term, Opposition Calls for Protests Foreign, Today

    After a poll marred by accusations of widespread fraud and irregularities, one opposition leader warned that the nation could become a “one-party system.”

  55. England Weighs Another Nationwide Virus Lockdown Foreign, Today

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s cabinet met on Saturday as medical experts warned that the virus would soon overwhelm hospitals if the government did not take draconian action.

  56. Sean Connery, Who Embodied James Bond and More, Dies at 90 Obits, Today

    To legions of fans who have watched a parade of actors play Agent 007, none played the part as magnetically or as indelibly as Mr. Connery.

  57. Today’s polls, as we get them. The Upshot, Today

  58. El turismo de Islandia se prepara para un regreso en Español, Today

    El país espera que cuando la gente reserve sus primeros vuelos pospandémicos al extranjero, Islandia sea la primera opción. También pretende aprender del pasado reciente, cuando el número de turistas se disparó.

  59. Nebraska: Trump fights for a single electoral vote that could prove decisive. U.S., Today

  60. Russian Provinces Hit by a Second Wave of Coronavirus Foreign, Today

    Overall, Russia’s health care system is coping with a fall surge in cases, but bodies are piling up in overwhelmed regional hospitals and morgues.

  61. The puzzle isn’t complete. Pennsylvania is the last piece for Biden. The Upshot, Yesterday

  62. The Capital of Sprawl Gets a Radically Car-Free Neighborhood Sunday Business, Today

    On an empty lot near Phoenix, perhaps the most auto-addicted city in America, a start-up is betting $170 million on a more walkable future.

  63. The Year of Blur Styles, Today

    How isolation, monotony and chronic stress are destroying our sense of time.

  64. Investing for the Future in the United States of Agita Business, Today

    No matter who wins the presidency, a lot of people are going to be disappointed. Maybe even scared. But it’s no time to act rashly.

  65. Florida: On the lookout for voting problems, but probably not this one. U.S., Today

  66. As the U.S. votes, a frazzled world holds its breath. U.S., Today

  67. As the U.S. votes, a frazzled world holds its breath. Politics, Today

  68. Philippines Braces for Typhoon Goni, Likely to Be Year’s Strongest Storm Foreign, Today

    “We are forecasting widespread destruction,” an official said of the typhoon, which was expected to make landfall on Sunday.

  69. Obama will join Biden on the campaign trail in Michigan, hoping to drive turnout. U.S., Today

    In a bid to drive turnout in Michigan, Obama and Biden will appear together at two rallies on Saturday.

  70. What if They Could Make the Pandemic Go Poof? Styles, Today

    The crisis facing magicians is unprecedented. “It’s a scary, scary time,” said one.

  71. The Election Work Diary of a Reporter With 2.5 Million Subscribers Sunday Business, Today

    Peter Hamby hosts “Good Luck America” on Snapchat. “My North Star is really the low-information news consumer,” he says. “That’s not an insult.”

  72. Spirits of Grandfathers Past Styles, Today

    My wife and I thought we were two strangers meeting on social media. Turns out, we shared some history.

  73. Trump Dismisses Virus Coverage and Biden Dismisses Virus Leadership: This Week in the 2020 Race Politics, Today

    President Trump has complained this week of what he calls a media obsession with the coronavirus pandemic. The message from Democrats has been united — all coronavirus, all the time.

  74. Campaign 2020 isn’t about hope or change. It’s about making it through. Politics, Today

    In a divided country, a tour of the final, furious campaign days has revealed an abiding theme that cuts across party lines: Let’s never do this again.

  75. Campaign 2020 isn’t about hope or change. It’s about making it through. U.S., Today

    In a divided country, a tour of the final, furious campaign days has revealed an abiding theme that cuts across party lines: Let’s never do this again.

  76. With early voting underway in Florida, Democrats worry about Black and Latino support. U.S., Today

    With turnout the key to victory in Florida, some Democrats have expressed concern about a lack of enthusiasm from Black and Latino voters.

  77. With early voting underway in Florida, Democrats worry about Black and Latino support. Politics, Today

    With turnout the key to victory in Florida, some Democrats have expressed concern about a lack of enthusiasm from Black and Latino voters.

  78. With early voting underway in Florida, Democrats worry about Black and Latino turnout. U.S., Today

  79. Campaign 2020: Let’s Never Do This Again Politics, Today

    It’s not hope or change. It’s not making anything great. It’s just about making it through.

  80. A Frazzled World Holds Its Breath While the U.S. Chooses Its Leader Foreign, Today

    President Trump turned American foreign policy inside out, to the benefit of some nations and consternation of others. Now both groups are watching attentively to see which direction the U.S. goes next.

  81. Fueled by Cash, Health Care and Trump’s Woes, Democrats Aim for Senate Control Washington, Today

    Republicans are battling to hold off losses by warning of the risks of unified Democratic power in Washington, but they concede their majority is in peril.

  82. Americans Surge to Polls: ‘I’m Going to Vote Like My Life Depends on It’ Politics, Today

    Anxious but determined, Americans are pushing through challenges like the pandemic and long lines to cast their ballot. The country is on course to surpass 150 million votes for the first time.

  83. ‘They’re Calling You on the Squid Phone’ Science, Today

    Cephalopod researchers were surprised by the sighting of a ram’s horn squid, a peculiar animal never before filmed in its natural environment.

  84. Networks Pledge Caution for an Election Night Like No Other Business, Today

    Complicated ballot counts and a president’s baseless claims of vote-rigging are two of the challenges facing TV anchors and executives.

  85. The Yarn Store Would Like You to Vote Upshot, Today

    And so would nearly every company out there this year.

  86. Crispr Gene Editing Can Cause Unwanted Changes in Human Embryos, Study Finds Science, Today

    Instead of addressing genetic mutations, the Crispr machinery prompted cells to lose entire chromosomes.

  87. Halloween Makeup Ideas, From ‘Euphoria’ to ‘Twilight’ Styles, Today

    Because we could all use a little escapism this year.

  88. Ohio: Trump faces a daunting gender gap in a changing state. U.S., Today

  89. He’s a Rare House Republican in a District Trump Lost. Can He Hold On? Metro, Today

    Representative John Katko has managed to keep his seat in Central New York by distancing himself from the president. Will that be enough this year?

  90. One More Thing the Pandemic Election Upended: First Campaign Job Rites of Passage Politics, Today

    Young staff members are adjusting to a campaign trail altered by the coronavirus, working long hours from their childhood bedrooms.

  91. Voters suing Minnesota over a mask mandate are asking the Supreme Court to intervene. U.S., Today

  92. Voters suing Minnesota over a mask mandate are asking the Supreme Court to intervene. Politics, Today

  93. Philip Pullman’s New ‘Dark Materials’ Book Brims With Familiar Delights Book Review, Today

    “Serpentine” — which features, once again, the unquenchably curious Lyra — juxtaposes light and dark, innocence and experience.

  94. ‘Everyone Needs a Buddy’ Book Review, Today

    In Varian Johnson and Shannon Wright’s graphic novel “Twins,” sisters navigate a sometimes cruel and changing world.

  95. Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee: A Book Brings a Black Hero to Life Book Review, Today

    “Becoming Muhammad Ali,” by James Patterson and Kwame Alexander, is a poetic retelling of the legendary boxer’s youth.

  96. Georgia’s governor, who attended a Trump rally where virus precautions were flouted, is now self-quarantining. U.S., Today

  97. ‘Square Dancing Belongs Somewhere Far Away … Like the 1800s’ Book Review, Today

    In “Lupe Wong Won’t Dance,” a seventh-grade girl who dreams of becoming a major-league pitcher is horrified by a new unit in gym class: square dancing.

  98. Minnesota will not contest a ruling ordering it to set aside ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day. U.S., Today

    Minnesota will not contest a ruling ordering it to set aside ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day.

  99. Minnesota will not contest a ruling ordering it to set aside ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day. Politics, Today

    Minnesota will not contest a ruling ordering it to set aside ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day.

  100. Fights in Front of Fans Test Boxing’s Business in the Pandemic Era Sports, Today

    Gervonta Davis and Leo Santa Cruz will fight on pay-per-view and in front of fans at the Alamodome. Two weeks ago, another big fight was not sold separately for viewers, and did not allow paying spectators.

  101. In Times of Crisis, Life-Affirming Picture Books Book Review, Today

    These new works from Tomi Ungerer, Sophie Blackall and Christian Robinson are realistic and — without being soppy — filled with hope.

  102. Trump will barnstorm Pennsylvania as both campaigns focus on the crucial state. U.S., Today

    President Trump plans four stops in Pennsylvania on Saturday, and the Biden campaign will be there on Sunday and Monday.

  103. Trump will barnstorm Pennsylvania as both campaigns focus on the crucial state. Politics, Today

    President Trump plans four stops in Pennsylvania on Saturday, and the Biden campaign will be there on Sunday and Monday.

  104. A judge orders the Postal Service to take ‘extraordinary measures’ to deliver ballots on time in 22 districts. U.S., Today

    A federal judge told the Postal Service to take “extraordinary measures” to ensure on-time ballot delivery in 22 districts, some of them in battleground states.

  105. After Trump accuses doctors of profiteering, medical professionals push back. U.S., Today

    After President Trump repeated an unfounded claim that American doctors were profiteering from coronavirus deaths, medical professionals pushed back.

  106. After Trump accuses doctors of coronavirus profiteering, medical professionals push back. U.S., Today

    After President Trump repeated an unfounded claim that American doctors were profiteering from coronavirus deaths, medical professionals pushed back.

  107. A judge orders the Postal Service to take ‘extraordinary measures’ to deliver ballots on time. U.S., Today

    A federal judge told the Postal Service to take “extraordinary measures” to ensure on-time ballot delivery in 22 districts, some of them in battleground states.

  108. After Trump accuses doctors of coronavirus profiteering, medical professionals push back. Politics, Today

    After President Trump repeated an unfounded claim that American doctors were profiteering from coronavirus deaths, medical professionals pushed back.

  109. Friday. virus fader Slideshow, Today

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  110. ‘A Slow Killer’: Nursing Home Residents Wither in Isolation Forced by the Virus National, Yesterday

    Nursing homes set restrictions to lower risks, but Covid-19 has continued spreading in some homes, and residents are now grappling with consequences from isolation.

  111. Time Running Short, Trump and Biden Return to Northern Battlegrounds Politics, Yesterday

    Surprise victories in the Midwest catapulted President Trump to victory four years ago, and the region again looms as the critical battleground. Both candidates are focusing on it in the final days.

  112. Quotation of the Day: In Florida’s Republican Heartland, Some Retirees Shift to Vote for Biden Summary, Yesterday

    Quotation of the Day for Saturday, October 31, 2020.

  113. politics campaign-country fader Slideshow, Yesterday

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  114. No Corrections: Oct. 31, 2020 Corrections, Yesterday

    No corrections appeared in print on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020.

  115. With early voting underway in Florida, Democrats worry about Black and Latino turnout. U.S., Yesterday

  116. midwest fader friday Slideshow, Yesterday

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  117. After Trump accuses doctors of profiteering, medical professionals push back. Politics, Yesterday

  118. Terrapin Topper Games, Yesterday

    Stella Zawistowski brings us a Saturday puzzle with bite.

  119. The Three A.M. Club Styles, Yesterday

    As 2020 lurches to a close, it seems more people are waking up at this ghastly liminal hour, unclaimed by neither night nor day.

  120. How to Take On the Tech Barons Editorial, Yesterday

    Something has to be done about the technology sector. Here’s what to keep in mind.

  121. What Keeps Facebook’s Election Security Chief Up at Night? Op Ed, Yesterday

    The social media company’s head of cybersecurity policy on “perception hacks” and what it will take to have an authentic election.

  122. Do Dunkin’ and Arby’s Go Together? Private Equity Group Bets $11 Billion They Do Business, Yesterday

    Inspire Brands, backed by Roark Capital, is assembling a portfolio of quick-service restaurant chains it thinks will withstand the pandemic.

  123. A judge orders the Postal Service to take ‘extraordinary measures’ to deliver ballots on time in 22 districts. U.S., Yesterday

  124. N.E.H. Funds Restoration of Statues Toppled During Protests Culture, Yesterday

    Statues of Christopher Columbus in Baltimore and a Union Army colonel in Madison, Wis., will be repaired.

  125. Trump, in Minnesota, lashes out at Democrats for limiting crowd sizes. U.S., Yesterday

  126. Political Satire Isn’t Dead. It’s Been Turned Into Horror Stories. Op Ed, Yesterday

    Toxic ideas can be turned into literal demons — and defeated.

  127. Europe Risks a New Economic Downturn as Lockdowns Return Business, Yesterday

    Record quarterly growth inspires little joy as the threat of a double-dip recession looms.

  128. Voters suing Minnesota over a mask mandate are asking the Supreme Court to intervene. U.S., Yesterday

  129. Freedom as the Muzzle of a Glock Op Ed, Yesterday

    In western Colorado, the election is about “not having the government think for us, the right to protect ourselves.”

  130. How Lincoln Survived the Worst Election Ever Op Ed, Yesterday

    There are many parallels between 1860 and 2020. Let’s hope there aren’t too many.

  131. Woman Who Mailed Threat to Susan Collins Gets 30 Months in Prison Express, Yesterday

    Suzanne Muscara, 38, sent a threatening letter to the senator’s home in 2018 after becoming upset with her vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court justice, the authorities said.

  132. France’s Hardening Defense of Cartoons of Muhammad Could Lead to ‘a Trap’ Foreign, Yesterday

    Once denounced by French leaders, the images are now defended across the political spectrum, widening a divide with Muslim nations and leaving many French Muslims alienated.

  133. U.S. Coronavirus Cases Set New Record as Infections Soar National, Yesterday

    The previous record for most cases in a single day was set one day before amid a spiraling outbreak. Case levels reached highs in almost half the country.

  134. ¿Quién ganará Florida, Biden o Trump? Esto dicen las encuestas en Español, Yesterday

    Las encuestas más recientes revelan que Joe Biden lleva una ventaja al presidente Donald Trump en uno de los estados cruciales para las elecciones de Estados Unidos.

  135. At End of Bitter Campaign, Joe Biden Anguishes Over ‘My Only Surviving Son’ Washington, Yesterday

    Hunter Biden’s business dealings have provided President Trump with plenty of political ammunition, while making an already complicated father-son relationship even more so.

  136. Glimmers of Hope for a Winter With Tropical Travel Foreign, Yesterday

    Canada’s public health experts are researching approaches to testing and quarantine that could make travel abroad more feasible.

  137. A.J. Hinch Hired by Tigers After Suspension for Astros Cheating Sports, Yesterday

    Thirty minutes after Hinch’s season-long punishment officially ended on Tuesday, Detroit contacted him. Three days later, he was officially introduced as manager.

  138. An Open Letter to Justin Turner and M.L.B. Sports, Yesterday

    Turner could not have been unaware of the pandemic’s severity when he insisted on celebrating his World Series win in close quarters with his Dodgers teammates. And Rob Manfred, baseball’s commissioner, can’t just blame one player.

  139. Steven Cohen Is Approved as Mets Owner After Clearing 2 More Hurdles Sports, Yesterday

    M.L.B.’s owners voted to approve Cohen’s $2.4 billion purchase of the team, and New York City signed off on his taking over the lease of Citi Field.

  140. Cruise Ships Can Sail Again, With Strict Rules. Here’s What to Know. Travel, Yesterday

    Cruise companies must follow stringent health and safety protocols to be allowed to resume passenger excursions.

  141. Cruise Ships May Set Sail on Sunday, but Only With Crew Science, Yesterday

    The C.D.C. has issued a conditional order toward certifying companies that can prove they can protect passengers and crews from the coronavirus. Actual travel by sea is still a distant wish.

  142. Kyle Rittenhouse Must Go to Wisconsin for Trial, Illinois Judge Rules National, Yesterday

    Mr. Rittenhouse, 17, is accused of shooting three protesters, two fatally, during a protest against the police in Kenosha, Wis.

  143. U.S. breaks a record with over 92,000 cases in a day. World, Yesterday

  144. The U.S. breaks its record, tallying over 92,000 new cases in a day. World, Yesterday

  145. The U.S. breaks its record, tallying over 98,000 new cases in a day. World, Yesterday

  146. The U.S. breaks its record, tallying over 99,000 new cases in a day. World, Yesterday

  147. Trump and Biden campaign through Midwest states with ‘red zone’ virus outbreaks. U.S., Yesterday

  148. In many local elections, systemic racism and police reform have become the focal points of campaigns. U.S., Yesterday

  149. ‘Goodfellas,’ the Sequel? 4 Arrested in $6 Million Heist at J.F.K. Airport Metro, Yesterday

    The men used fake paperwork to steal more than 4,000 Prada, Gucci and Chanel items from a cargo area at the airport, prosecutors say.

  150. Advertisers Flock to Election Night, When Live TV Is the Main Event Again Business, Yesterday

    In a media environment dominated by streaming and battered by the pandemic, companies see a rare opportunity to catch a huge audience all at once.

  151. TikTok Gets Another Reprieve From Order That Would Ban It in U.S. Business, Yesterday

    A month after a preliminary injunction in a separate lawsuit, a federal judge blocked Commerce Department restrictions from taking effect on Nov. 12.

  152. After a Summer of Racial Reckoning, Race Is on the Ballot National, Yesterday

    The coronavirus and battered economy are focal points in national campaigns. But in many local elections, systemic racism and police reform have emerged as dominant themes.

  153. Trump Says Black Voters Aren’t Supporting Biden Video, Yesterday

    At his rally in Green Bay, Wis., President Trump maintained that Black voters are not supporting Joseph R. Biden Jr., the Democratic presidential nominee, because of his support of the 1994 crime bill.

  154. New C.D.C. report shows how quickly the virus can spreads within households, even when the first case is a child. World, Yesterday

  155. New C.D.C. report shows how quickly the virus can spread within households, even when the first case is a child. World, Yesterday

  156. Above Billionaire’s Row, a Spinning Crane, Falling Debris and More Fear Metro, Yesterday

    The material that rained down from a tower terrified passers-by, though no one was injured. The building will be the second-tallest residential skyscraper in the city.

  157. Trump Is Said to Set Aside Career Intelligence Briefer to Hear From Advisers Instead Washington, Yesterday

    For weeks, the director of national intelligence has taken over a job usually done by an intelligence officer.

  158. Most Conservative Christians Support Trump. Will They Help Him Win Again? National, Yesterday

    White evangelicals have time and again offered uncompromising support for President Trump when he needed it the most.

  159. Coronavirus, Migrant Children, November Books: Your Friday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  160. Stocks Suffer Biggest Weekly Decline Since March as Virus Spreads Business, Yesterday

    The latest sell-off has come as a second wave of cases forced more lockdowns in Europe, threatening the economic recovery and spooking investors around the world.

  161. Belgium locks down in a ‘last chance’ bid to keep its hospitals from collapse, and other news from around the world. World, Yesterday

  162. Stream These Vintage Heist Movies Interactive, Yesterday

    Some of the most popular heist films of the last 25 years are remakes of beloved classics. Here’s where you can get away with streaming the originals, plus some other vintage-cool crooks.

  163. Herb Adderley, a Packers Hall of Fame Cornerback, Dies at 81 Obits, Yesterday

    A defensive star in Green Bay — he ran back seven interceptions for touchdowns — he played on five championship teams under Vince Lombardi and one in Dallas.

  164. Special Election Edition Podcasts, Yesterday

    We share a big announcement and look back on a year in the field.

  165. One of the largest surveys of the electorate released preliminary data, offering clues on the eve of the election. U.S., Yesterday

  166. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today N Y T Now, Yesterday

    The U.S. recorded more than 500,000 new cases and counted its nine millionth case.

  167. Undecided Voters Could Still Decide the Election. They Tend to Dislike Trump. Politics, Yesterday

    About one in 10 voters could still be considered “volatile,” half the number as at this point in 2016, but this time around, most of them have an unfavorable opinion of Donald J. Trump.

  168. Covid pm slideshow Slideshow, Yesterday

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  169. C.D.C. issues plan to allow cruise ships to resume sailing. World, Yesterday

  170. The last Democratic presidential candidate to win Texas, Jimmy Carter, seeks to ‘turn Texas blue.’ U.S., Yesterday

  171. The last Democratic presidential candidate to win Texas, Jimmy Carter, seeks to ‘turn Texas blue.’ Politics, Yesterday

  172. In Iowa, Biden Criticizes Trump’s Treatment of Farmers Video, Yesterday

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. slammed President Trump on Friday for trade policies that have “cost farmers and manufacturing so badly.”

  173. The Daily: An Audio Guide to the Election Podcasts, Yesterday

    Join us on a sonic journey back through the presidential campaign in preparation for Election Day.

  174. The Daily: An Audio Guide to the Election Podcasts, Yesterday

    Join us on a sonic journey back through the presidential campaign in preparation for Election Day.

  175. The Daily: An Audio Guide to the Election Podcasts, Yesterday

    Join us on a sonic journey back through the presidential campaign in preparation for Election Day.

  176. Georgia’s governor, who attended a Trump rally where virus precautions were flouted, is now self-quarantining. U.S., Yesterday

  177. In Florida, some older voters are shifting to Biden. Will it be enough for him? U.S., Yesterday

  178. Some Older Voters Shift to Biden in Florida. Will It Be Enough for Him? Politics, Yesterday

    Polls suggest some retirees are shifting from having supported President Trump to voting for Joseph R. Biden Jr. But they are rare in Florida’s Republican heartland.

  179. Regeneron says it will stop enrolling seriously ill Covid-19 patients in its antibody trials. World, Yesterday

  180. Two Museums Tried to Sell Art. Only One Caught Grief About it. Culture, Yesterday

    The Baltimore Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum both planned on selling works last Wednesday at auction, but Baltimore paused the sale after much criticism.

  181. New York has a plan to allow schools in hardest-hit areas to reopen. World, Yesterday

  182. What Will You Do With the ‘Extra Hour’? At Home, Yesterday

    Falling back, for better or worse.

  183. Masks Work. Really. We’ll Show You How. Interactive, Yesterday

    A visual journey through the microscopic world of the coronavirus shows how masks provide an important defense against transmission.

  184. Trump’s Campaign Is Building an Army of Poll Watchers. What Can They Actually Do? Video, Yesterday

    President Trump and his campaign have been calling for an army of poll watchers on Election Day. What is poll watching, and when does it cross the line? We look at how a federal consent decree restricted the Republican Party for decades, and why its expiration could make a difference in 2020.

  185. Lori Loughlin Begins 2-Month Sentence for Role in Admissions Scandal Express, Yesterday

    The actress and her husband pleaded guilty in May to charges that they conspired to have their daughters admitted to college as rowing recruits, even though neither participated in the sport.

  186. Trump Mocks Laura Ingraham’s Face Mask During Rally Video, Yesterday

    President Trump called Laura Ingraham, a Fox News host, “politically correct” for wearing a mask during his rally in Michigan on Friday.

  187. Trump, in Michigan, calls Laura Ingraham ‘politically correct’ for wearing a mask. U.S., Yesterday

  188. Trump, in Michigan, calls Laura Ingraham ‘politically correct’ for wearing a mask. Politics, Yesterday

  189. How Three Election-Related Falsehoods Spread Interactive, Yesterday

    The lies took off so rapidly on Facebook and Twitter that local election officials could not contain them.

  190. Lil Wayne, Latest Rapper in Trump’s Orbit, Sees Backlash Over Photo Culture, Yesterday

    Following Kanye West, 50 Cent and Ice Cube before him, the rapper faced criticism on social media after posting a seeming endorsement of the president.

  191. Lil Wayne, Latest Rapper in Trump’s Orbit, Sees Backlash Over Photo Culture, Yesterday

    Following Kanye West, 50 Cent and Ice Cube before him, the rapper faced criticism on social media after posting a seeming endorsement of the president.