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  1. What Does Campaign Rally Music Say About a Candidate? Interactive, August 19

    Presidential campaigns have a sound. We analyzed the playlists of 10 contenders to see how the songs aligned with the messages.

  2. Hickenlooper Exits as O’Rourke Presses On: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., August 17

    John Hickenlooper said he would give “serious thought” to a Senate run, Beto O’Rourke reset the focus of his campaign and Stacey Abrams laid out her 2020 plans.

  3. The 5 Days That Defined the 2020 Primary Interactive, August 17

    Money isn’t everything. But it does keep the lights on, and it explains why this Democratic field looks the way it does today.

  4. Why Are These Democrats Too Good for the Senate? U.S., August 16

    Several high-profile Democrats would rather hold on to their low-polling presidential campaigns instead of running for the Senate. Has it lost its appeal?

  5. Beto O’Rourke’s New Approach to 2020: ‘Taking the Fight to Donald Trump’ U.S., August 15

    After the shooting in El Paso, Mr. O’Rourke decided to abandon his focus on early primary states and more directly confront the president over immigration and gun control.

  6. On Gun Control, 2020 Democrats Agree: No Reason to Hold Back U.S., August 12

    After mass shootings jolted the nation this month, the Democratic candidates seemed to move in lock step toward more aggressive gun control positions without resistance from moderates.

  7. After El Paso Shooting, Will Voters Revisit Beto O’Rourke? U.S., August 11

    The presidential candidate is back in the spotlight after a tragedy in a city that is core to his personal and political identity.

  8. El Paso Was a Massacre Foretold Opinion, August 10

    Those who are set on killing minorities are aided by the fact that they can easily obtain assault weapons in this country.

  9. Trump’s Trip to Dayton and El Paso: The Back Story U.S., August 9

    The president became frustrated over his news coverage and his angry reaction led to White House-distributed media that focused on him, not people affected by the shootings.

  10. Trevor Noah Wonders What Other Kinds of Supremacy Trump Isn’t Into Arts, August 8

    After the president said he opposed “any type of supremacy,” the “Daily Show” host wondered which nonwhite varieties he could possibly have in mind.

  11. Warren Joins O’Rourke in Calling Trump a White Supremacist U.S., August 8

    In an interview, Senator Elizabeth Warren said President Trump had “done everything he can to stir up racial conflict and hatred in this country.”

  12. Elizabeth Warren Calls Trump a White Supremacist U.S., August 8

    In an interview, Ms. Warren said the president had “done everything he can to stir up racial conflict and hatred in this country.”

  13. Biden and Booker Say Trump Is Fostering Hatred, Not Fighting It U.S., August 7

    The Democratic candidates lashed the president with their sternest denunciations yet of his exploitation of racism for political purposes and his resistance to gun control.

  14. ‘Of Course He’s Racist’: 2020 Democrats Criticize Trump After Shootings U.S., August 5

    After shootings in Texas and Ohio killed dozens, Democrats renewed their condemnation of the president for divisive rhetoric and inaction on guns.

  15. ‘Of Course He’s Racist’: 2020 Democrats Criticize Trump After Shootings U.S., August 5

    After shootings in Texas and Ohio killed dozens, Democrats renewed their condemnation of the president for divisive rhetoric and inaction on guns.

  16. Two Days, Two Cities, Two Massacres Podcasts, August 5

    Mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, took place less than 24 hours apart. We spoke to Times reporters in El Paso about the aftermath.

  17. Some Democratic Candidates Seek to Link Shootings to Trump U.S., August 4

    In the wake of two shootings, one of which is being investigated as domestic terrorism, some said the president creates a culture that lets white nationalism thrive.

  18. What Beto Gets Right Opinion, August 2

    His approach to both Medicare and the border.

  19. How Democrats Will Attack Trump on the Economy Business, August 1

    Unemployment is low and growth is solid, but the president’s 2020 rivals are challenging the Trump economic record on several fronts.

  20. Live Analysis: The July Democratic Debates, Night 1 Interactive, July 30

    Follow the Democratic presidential debate with our reporters in real time.

  21. What I’ll Be Looking for Tonight Opinion, July 30

    Ten Democrats go back to the debate stage

  22. Where Did It Go Wrong for Beto? Opinion, July 30

    A national campaign has exposed each and every one of his weaknesses. Is there any chance of a comeback?

  23. Top Progressives Face Off: Democratic Debates, Night 1 Interactive, July 29

    Aside from the marquee matchup between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, there are plenty of other dynamics to watch for in second round of debates.

  24. Seven 2020 Democrats Pledge to Focus First Bill on Fighting Corruption U.S., July 29

    Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg are among the presidential candidates earning approval from the government-reform group End Citizens United.