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  1. Trump Again Sows Doubt About Election as G.O.P. Scrambles to Assure Voters Politics, Yesterday

    President Trump declined for a second day to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he lost the election, while Republicans, including Mitch McConnell, implicitly rebuffed him, promising an “orderly transition.”

  2. Trump Wants You to Think You Can’t Get Rid of Him Op Ed, Yesterday

    His strongman threats are scary. But don’t forget that he’s weak.

  3. No Signs of a Shift in Polls After the Death of Justice Ginsburg Upshot, Yesterday

    Opinions about the Supreme Court vacancy and the coming fight over filling it seem poised to split along partisan lines.

  4. Another Big Investment in Racial Justice Business, Yesterday

    Square plans to put $100 million into programs to bolster Black communities, joining the likes of Netflix and others.

  5. The Race for Iowa, Georgia and Texas Politics, Yesterday

    A Times poll shows Biden and Trump neck and neck in three states: This is your morning tip sheet.

  6. Trump Faces Challenges Even in Red States, Poll Shows, as Women Favor Biden Politics, Yesterday

    Close races in Georgia, Iowa and Texas show President Trump’s vulnerability and suggest that Joseph Biden has assembled a formidable coalition, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.

  7. Ginsburg Remembered as Champion of Justice as Struggle Continues Over Her Successor Washington, September 23

    Long lines of mourners waited outside the Supreme Court to pay their respects, but President Trump again made clear he would not honor her dying wish that filling her seat wait until the next president was chosen.

  8. The Republican Irritation Olympics Op Ed, September 23

    So much talent, if you really enjoy exasperation.

  9. Homeland Security Chief Denies Downplaying White Supremacist Threat Washington, September 23

    Chad Wolf, the acting secretary of homeland security, defended his record at a Senate confirmation hearing and flatly denied he suppressed intelligence that could have embarrassed President Trump.

  10. Biden Gives Cautious Answers on Breonna Taylor and the Supreme Court Politics, September 23

    Asked by reporters about two issues of deep importance to Democrats, the party’s nominee was circumspect. The Biden campaign later released a fuller statement about Ms. Taylor.

  11. Biden Could Be Our Second Catholic President. Does It Matter? Op Ed, September 23

    With John F. Kennedy in 1960, Catholic America achieved a long-sought victory and lost something in return.

  12. False Claims, Spread by a Trump Son, That Biden Used a Teleprompter Technology, September 23

    An edited version of a video has been shared by people close to the president, including his son Eric Trump.

  13. False Claims, Spread by a Trump Son, That Biden Used a Teleprompter Business, September 23

    An edited version of a video has been shared by people close to the president, including his son Eric Trump.

  14. Republican Inquiry Finds No Evidence of Wrongdoing by Biden Washington, September 23

    The report delivered on Wednesday appeared to be little more than a rehashing of unproven allegations that echoed a Russian disinformation campaign.

  15. American Suburbs Are Tilting for Biden. But Not Milwaukee’s. Politics, September 23

    The predominantly white neighborhoods outside Wisconsin’s largest city, among the nation’s most racially segregated suburbs, could be a key part of President Trump’s narrowing path to re-election.

  16. The House Moves to Avert a Shutdown Politics, September 23

    A stopgap bill will still need Senate and Oval Office approval: This is your morning tip sheet.

  17. Five Things Biden and His Allies Should Be Worried About Op Ed, September 23

    Interestingly, the suburban vote may not be one of them.

  18. America’s Health Care Is Under Existential Threat Op Ed, September 23

    A Supreme Court case could eliminate the Affordable Care Act, and the president should be judged for recklessly supporting it.

  19. How Republicans Are Trying to Use the Green Party to Their Advantage Politics, September 22

    The G.O.P. has sought to help Green Party candidates in previous election cycles to siphon votes from Democrats. This year is no different — but it hasn’t always worked.

  20. Cindy McCain Endorses Biden, Citing Trump’s Disparagement of Troops Politics, September 22

    The widow of Senator John McCain praised Joe Biden’s “character and integrity” and noted that both he and her family had children who had served in the military.

  21. Trump’s Motto: Your Money or Your Life Op Ed, September 22

    The president claims you have to make a choice, but you don’t.

  22. White House Attacks Former Pence Aide Who Endorsed Biden Washington, September 22

    Olivia Troye, the latest Republican to leave the administration and speak out against President Trump, called the statements seeking to undermine her credibility “a bald faced lie.”

  23. Facebook Takes Down Fake Pages Created in China Aimed at Influencing U.S. Election Washington, September 22

    The social media campaign was small but targeted all sides of the debate. Officials said Beijing had not decided whether to wade more directly in the American presidential race.

  24. Así debería ser la estrategia de Joe Biden hacia los votantes latinos en Español, September 22

    Hay formas de hablar del racismo y el clasismo que son más efectivas en una campaña política.

  25. C.I.A. Reasserts Putin Is Likely Directing Election Influence Efforts to Aid Trump Washington, September 22

    The assessment, which the agency has moderate confidence in, buttresses earlier findings that the Russian president supports President Trump’s re-election.

  26. Despite Claims, Trump Rarely Uses Wartime Law in Battle Against Covid Science, September 22

    The president often criticized the Defense Production Act as anti-business. Now he’s campaigning on having frequently used the law to ramp up production of medical gear.

  27. In Biden, China Sees an ‘Old Friend’ and Possible Foe Foreign, September 22

    Some in China believe Biden, if elected, might do damage to the nation’s ambitions, taking a harder line on human rights and rallying allies to stand up to Beijing.

  28. Bernie Sanders Sounds Alarm on a Trump ‘Nightmare Scenario’ Politics, September 22

    Warning that this election is an “extremely dangerous moment” for the country, he said in an interview that he would aggressively push to try to stop President Trump from delegitimizing the vote.

  29. Bernie Sanders Sounds Alarm on a Trump ‘Nightmare Scenario’ Politics, September 22

    Warning that this election is an “extremely dangerous moment” for the country, he said in an interview that he would aggressively push to try to stop President Trump from delegitimizing the vote.

  30. The C.D.C.’s Continuing Confusion Politics, September 22

    A reversal erodes trust as Trump barrels forward with a nomination: This is your morning tip sheet.

  31. The C.D.C.’s Continuing Confusion Politics, September 22

    A reversal erodes trust as Trump barrels forward with a nomination: This is your morning tip sheet.

  32. Swing Voters and the Supreme Court Vacancy Podcasts, September 22

    A court battle is beginning just weeks before Election Day. Here’s what that could mean for the campaigns in key states.

  33. When Joe Biden’s in Town, but It’s Hard to Tell Politics, September 22

    An expert retail politician has become perhaps the most conspicuous practitioner of social distancing in America.

  34. Democratic Donors Push Biden for a Cabinet Free of Fossil Fuel Connections Climate, September 22

    A group of more than 60 donors is urging Joe Biden to renounce advisers with ties to the fossil fuel industry.

  35. When Joe Biden’s in Town, but It’s Hard to Tell Politics, September 22

    An expert retail politician has become perhaps the most conspicuous practitioner of social distancing in America.

  36. DeVos to Be Investigated for Potential Violation of Ethics Law Washington, September 22

    A watchdog filed a complaint over the Education Department distributing a Fox News clip of Secretary Betsy DeVos criticizing Joe Biden, potentially in violation of the Hatch Act.

  37. The race is more stable than we thought. The Upshot, September 21

  38. Biden Courts Obama-Trump Voters as the President Seeks to Hold Them Politics, September 21

    The Democratic nominee, in Wisconsin, tried to place himself on the side of American workers, while Mr. Trump used a trip to Ohio to blame his opponent for job losses there.

  39. Ginsburg Will Lie in State in the Capitol, the First Woman to Be Given the Honor Washington, September 21

    The event in Statuary Hall will follow two days in which Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose at the Supreme Court, but outside, because of pandemic precautions.

  40. Voting G.O.P. Means Voting Against Health Care Op Ed, September 21

    The death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg has only raised the stakes.

  41. Biden Appeals to Obama Voters Who Backed Trump in Wisconsin Video, September 21

    Joseph R. Biden Jr., the Democratic presidential nominee, appealed to voters in Manitowoc, Wis., who had supported Barack Obama but backed President Trump in 2016.

  42. El impacto de la muerte de Ruth Bader Ginsburg en las elecciones en Español, September 21

    ¿Qué escenarios enfrentan las campañas de Trump y Biden al abrirse una vacante en la Corte Suprema a dos meses de las elecciones?

  43. Dos candidatos y tres moderadores: así serán los debates de las elecciones en EE. UU. en Español, September 21

    Chris Wallace de Fox News, Steve Scully de C-SPAN y Kristen Welker de NBC News conducirán los eventos televisados.

  44. This Is How Bloomberg Can Help Biden Win Florida Op Ed, September 21

    Rather than spend his money on TV ads, Michael Bloomberg can re-enfranchise thousands of formerly incarcerated people in the state by paying off debts tied to their sentences.

  45. The first polling tidbits after the death of Justice Ginsburg. The Upshot, September 21

  46. Trump and Democrats Brace for Showdown Over Supreme Court Seat Washington, September 20

    The president’s determination to confirm a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the election set lawmakers on a collision course as Congress deals with other major issues.

  47. Biden Has $466 Million in Bank, and a Huge Financial Edge on Trump Politics, September 20

    The former vice president and the Democrats were $187 million behind President Trump and the Republicans this spring. Now they are entering the final stretch of the campaign with a $141 million advantage.

  48. Abortion Was Back-Burnered in the Presidential Race. Not Anymore. National, September 20

    The battle over the Supreme Court brings back a volatile issue with political risks for both sides, even as it energizes parts of their bases.

  49. As Supreme Court Fight Heats Up, Biden Urges Republican Senators to ‘Follow Your Conscience’ Politics, September 20

    The Democratic nominee, speaking in Philadelphia, said the Senate should wait until after the election to decide on the nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

  50. As Supreme Court Fight Heats Up, Biden Urges Republican Senators to ‘Follow Your Conscience’ U.S., September 20

    The Democratic nominee, speaking in Philadelphia, said the Senate should wait until after the election to decide on the nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

  51. How the G.O.P. Might Get to Yes on Replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg Op Ed, September 20

    There’s no escape from juristocracy except through political conflict.

  52. Joe Biden’s Court Vacancy Plan: More Talk of Health Care and the Pandemic Politics, September 19

    Mr. Biden has spent months assailing President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus. With a bitter Supreme Court confirmation battle looming, he will seek to link the vacancy to the pandemic and the future of health care.

  53. Joe Biden’s Court Vacancy Plan: More Talk of Health Care and the Pandemic Politics, September 19

    Mr. Biden has spent months assailing President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus. With a bitter Supreme Court confirmation battle looming, he will seek to link the vacancy to the pandemic and the future of health care.

  54. Ginsburg Expected to Lie in Repose at the Supreme Court Washington, September 19

    Plans for a commemoration and services have yet to be made final, but large crowds are expected to pay their respects for a justice who became a feminist icon and liberal hero.

  55. Ginsburg’s Death Further Polarizes Voters Just Weeks Before Election Politics, September 19

    Republicans want to push forward. Democrats are seething. A bitterly divided nation gets more so as a Supreme Court nomination fight looms.

  56. Trump Presses for New Justice ‘Without Delay’ as Election-Season Battle Looms Washington, September 19

    The president is likely to nominate a successor this coming week to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday, but Senate Republicans are weighing whether they have the votes to confirm his choice before the Nov. 3 election.

  57. Justice Ginsburg Is Mourned on the Supreme Court Steps Video, September 19

    In the hours following Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, people gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court to honor her life and legacy.

  58. Justice Ginsburg Is Mourned on the Supreme Court Steps Video, September 19

    In the hours following Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, people gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court to honor her life and legacy.

  59. Arizona: Democrats wait for a Biden visit as Trump and Pence try to make up ground. U.S., September 19

  60. Court Vacancy Injects New Uncertainty Into Rancorous Election Battle Politics, September 19

    After the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it was not clear that President Trump’s right-wing coalition would be more motivated by a confirmation fight than the alliance of liberals and moderates supportive of Mr. Biden would be.

  61. Court Vacancy Injects New Uncertainty Into Rancorous Election Battle Politics, September 19

    After the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it was not clear that President Trump’s right-wing coalition would be more motivated by a confirmation fight than the alliance of liberals and moderates supportive of Mr. Biden would be.

  62. Court Vacancy Injects New Uncertainty Into Rancorous Election Battle Politics, September 19

    After the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it was not clear that President Trump’s right-wing coalition would be more motivated by a confirmation fight than the alliance of liberals and moderates supportive of Mr. Biden would be.

  63. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies: This Week in the 2020 Race Politics, September 19

    The news arrived late Friday night while Joe Biden and President Trump were both campaigning in Minnesota.

  64. Polls Have Shown Voters Prefer Biden to Pick Next Justice Upshot, September 19

    In surveys before Justice Ginsburg’s death, he led by a slightly wider margin on choosing the next justice than he did over all against President Trump.

  65. Polls Have Shown Voters Prefer Biden to Pick Next Justice Upshot, September 19

    In surveys before Justice Ginsburg’s death, he led by a slightly wider margin on choosing the next justice than he did over all against President Trump.

  66. McConnell Vows Vote on Ginsburg Replacement as Her Death Upends the 2020 Race Washington, September 18

    Democrats warn Republicans to follow the precedent they set in 2016, when they refused to consider President Barack Obama’s choice for the court on the grounds that it was an election year.

  67. Will the Election Turn on R.B.G.? Op Ed, September 18

    The nation was divided enough already.

  68. Will the Election Turn on R.B.G.? Op Ed, September 18

    The nation was divided enough already.

  69. Trump Declares He Is Now ‘the Best Thing That Ever Happened’ to Puerto Rico Washington, September 18

    In announcing long-awaited aid for the storm-ravaged island, President Trump seemed to have his eye partly on the Puerto Ricans who now make up an increasingly critical voting bloc in Florida.

  70. News of Justice Ginsburg’s Death Arrives as Biden and Trump Host Dueling Minnesota Events Politics, September 18

    Shortly after President Trump started speaking at a rally in Bemidji, Minn., the news broke of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, with the potential to upend the 2020 race.

  71. Early Voting Begins in Four States, With Long Lines but Few Disruptions Politics, September 18

    Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden traveled to Minnesota, a battleground state, as its residents began to head to the polls.

  72. Computing Pioneers Endorse Biden, Citing Trump Immigration Crackdown Business, September 18

    They said the administration’s policies were driving away technology talent and could do long-term damage to their industry.

  73. Michigan as a Microcosm: Will Polling Avoid Another Miss? Politics, September 18

    Key demographics are tilting Democratic. Frustration with President Trump’s virus response is high. And there are two big differences from 2016: Pollsters have made adjustments, and voter enthusiasm is high.

  74. With town hall events, Biden and Trump have eased into their debate warm-ups. U.S., September 18

  75. With dueling events, Biden and Trump have eased into their debate warm-ups. U.S., September 18

  76. Virus Pulls Down Trump, Poll Shows, and G.O.P. Senators Suffer With Him Politics, September 18

    A New York Times/Siena College survey showed Joe Biden leading President Trump by wide margins in Maine and Arizona, and effectively tied in North Carolina. Susan Collins trailed her Democratic rival in Maine’s Senate race.

  77. Virus Pulls Down Trump, Poll Shows, and G.O.P. Senators Suffer With Him Politics, September 18

    A New York Times/Siena College survey showed Joe Biden leading President Trump by wide margins in Maine and Arizona, and effectively tied in North Carolina. Susan Collins trailed her Democratic rival in Maine’s Senate race.

  78. Women in Suburbia Don’t Seem Too Worried About Its Destruction Upshot, September 18

    President Trump has sought to fan fears about lower property values and crime, but polls suggest his general statements are not resonating locally.

  79. The Biden Campaign Isn’t Door-Knocking. Don’t Freak Out. Op Ed, September 18

    Campaigning during a pandemic is an experiment for everyone.

  80. This Is How Biden Should Approach the Latino Vote Op Ed, September 18

    Some ways of talking about race and class are more effective politically. And not just with Hispanics.

  81. Biden, Facing Voters in a 2020 Rarity, Attacks Trump From a Battleground State Politics, September 17

    At a town hall event near Scranton, Pa., the Democratic nominee played up his local roots as he sought to connect with voters after many months off the campaign trail during the pandemic.

  82. No, the Democrats Haven’t Gone Over the Edge Op Ed, September 17

    The party still has a strong vibrant center.

  83. Playing Politics With a Vaccine Politics, September 17

    Growing numbers of Americans say they wouldn’t take a coronavirus vaccine if it were available today. If you’ve been watching the presidential campaign, that’s not surprising.

  84. Don’t Mess With Ireland, Biden Warns Boris Johnson Foreign, September 17

    The Democratic presidential candidate warned Britain’s prime minister that any deal with the European Union must protect the Irish peace agreement.

  85. What Is It With Trump and Face Masks? Op Ed, September 17

    It’s not about freedom or culture. It’s cynical politics.

  86. Biden y Trump encuentran en los incendios forestales un nuevo frente en la batalla por los suburbios en Español, September 17

    Los incendios no solían ser un tema en las campañas presidenciales. Hasta ahora: Biden está posicionando el asunto para atraer votantes preocupados por el cambio climático.

  87. The Media’s Coverage of the Election Letters, September 17

    Readers urge more attention to Joe Biden and discuss why the president’s supporters like him.

  88. Trump’s Secret Health Plan Is a Promise Voters Have Heard Before Washington, September 17

    On Tuesday night, President Trump told a town-hall-style meeting he had a health plan to replace the Affordable Care Act that’s “all ready,” a pitch he has delivered for four years.

  89. Does Biden Need a Higher Gear? Some Democrats Think So Politics, September 17

    As President Trump’s campaign barrels ahead with crowded rallies and in-person door-knocking, some Democratic officials in battleground states are warning that Joe Biden may not be doing enough to excite voters.

  90. What’s at Stake in This Election? The American Democratic Experiment Op Ed, September 17

    Trump’s former director of national intelligence on how to firmly and unambiguously reassure all Americans that their votes will be counted.

  91. Stephen Colbert Can’t Believe There Are Undecided Voters Culture, September 17

    “I assume the night started with each of them being roused from a coma,” Colbert said of the uncommitted audience at President Trump’s Philadelphia town hall.

  92. Biden continues run of strong state polls. The Upshot, September 16

  93. Biden, Seizing on Worries of a Rushed Vaccine, Warns Trump Can’t Be Trusted Politics, September 16

    Thrusting the issue of a coronavirus vaccine to the center of the campaign, Joe Biden said he trusted vaccines, but not a politicized development process. His comments came as the president publicly rebuked the top federal scientist.

  94. Let Trump Be Trump? Politics, September 16

    Joe Biden, who for months bet on the president’s campaign to self-destruct, may need to make more of a case for himself.

  95. Trump Shares Doctored Video of Biden Playing Anti-Police Song Technology, September 16

  96. Can Biden Fix What Trump Broke? Op Ed, September 16

    E.U. leaders are still learning to navigate a world ever more dangerous for them, while relations with the United States grow more and more awkward.

  97. Why Trump’s Supreme Court Fantasy List Is Bad for Real Life Op Ed, September 16

    Listing potential justices may distort how we see the judiciary and how it behaves. Joe Biden should stick to “no names.”

  98. Those Biden ‘Gaffes’? Some Key Voters Actually Like Them Op Ed, September 16

    Some of the working-class voters Biden must appeal to are sometimes enthralled by President Trump’s transgressions.

  99. A New Front in the Biden-Trump Battle for the Suburbs: Wildfires Politics, September 15

    An issue that has always been on the sidelines in presidential campaigns may be coming to the forefront as Joseph Biden seeks to cast climate change, not violence, as the real and immediate threat to the suburbs.

  100. Biden, in First Florida Trip as Nominee, Aims to Shore Up Latino Support Politics, September 15

    The former vice president sought to engage a broad range of voters with stops in Tampa and Kissimmee, speaking at a veterans event and unveiling a plan to support Puerto Rico.

  101. What Can We Learn From Rival Political Ads in Florida? Politics, September 15

    The margin is expected to be razor thin between President Trump and Joe Biden in this hotly contested state, here’s how the campaigns’ recent television and radio ads there are characterizing their opponent.

  102. Lord & Taylor Was More Than a Store Letters, September 15

    Readers mourn the closing of the legendary department store. Also: Mike Bloomberg’s campaign money; police accountability; misuse of algorithms; hostages in the Trump era.

  103. A Trump-Biden Split Screen on Climate Politics, September 15

    In California, the president blamed forest management for the fires: This is your morning tip sheet.

  104. Nevada Built a Powerful Democratic Machine. Will It Work in a Pandemic? Politics, September 15

    One example of how things have changed: A Latino outreach group estimated in January that it would register 21,000 new voters in the state by Labor Day. It’s at around 6,000 now.

  105. Trump y Biden se esfuerzan para ganar el voto latino en Florida en Español, September 15

    En Florida, las elecciones se ganan aumentando la ventaja en los territorios favorables y con derrotas reñidas en los distritos hostiles. El martes, Joe Biden visita ese estado por primera vez desde que reclamó la nominación demócrata.

  106. As Trump Again Rejects Science, Biden Calls Him a ‘Climate Arsonist’ Washington, September 14

    The president visited California after weeks of silence on its wildfires and blamed the crisis only on poor forest management, not climate change. “I don’t think science knows” what is happening, he said.

  107. 3 Takeaways From the New York Times/Siena College Poll Politics, September 14

    President Trump and Joe Biden can both point to advantages in our new poll of Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire and Wisconsin.

  108. The G.O.P. Plot to Sabotage 2021 Op Ed, September 14

    Republicans are already acting as if there’s no next year.

  109. A Tight Trump-Biden Race in Florida: Here’s the State of Play Politics, September 14

    Elections in Florida are won by running up margins in favorable terrain while losing more closely in hostile precincts. Joseph Biden visits the state on Tuesday for the first time since claiming the nomination.

  110. Wisconsin’s Top Court Rules Against Reprinting of Ballots, Avoiding Election Chaos Politics, September 14

    Days before the start of mail voting, the state’s Supreme Court rejected an appeal by the Green Party’s candidate to reprint thousands of ballots so that his name could be added. The decision could help Joe Biden.

  111. Biden’s Legal Preparations Politics, September 14

    The former vice president prepares for a voting battle: This is your morning tip sheet.

  112. Biden Creates Legal War Room, Preparing for a Big Fight Over Voting Politics, September 14

    With two former solicitors general and hundreds of lawyers, the Biden campaign is bracing for an extended legal battle and hoping to maintain trust in the electoral process.

  113. Trump Defies Nevada Directive as Thousands Gather for Indoor Rally Washington, September 14

    The president unloaded his regular, inaccurate onslaught against Joseph R. Biden Jr., and there were no signs of any attempts at social distancing at the event.

  114. Bloomberg Says He’ll Spend $100 Million in Florida to Help Biden Politics, September 13

    The move came as polls show a tight race in Florida, and after criticism that the New York billionaire had not delivered on his promise to put his fortune behind defeating President Trump.

  115. Wisconsin: Many independent voters say they just don’t know Joe. U.S., September 13

  116. Michigan: Trump and Biden both visited, but their audiences looked a lot different. U.S., September 13

  117. Minnesota: Political pros on both sides see an opening for Trump. U.S., September 12

  118. Trump to Visit California After Criticism Over Silence on Wildfires Washington, September 12

    The announcement came after the president acknowledged a wildfire season that so far has claimed at least 20 lives and destroyed millions of acres of land in California, Oregon and Washington.

  119. Sanders Urging Biden to Do More to Excite Progressives Politics, September 12

    Bernie Sanders has been sounding more direct notes of caution to the Biden campaign, saying the centrist former vice president should work harder to appeal to young voters and Latinos.

  120. Trump Onslaught Against Biden Falls Short of a Breakthrough Politics, September 12

    President Trump has leveled scathing law-and-order attacks on Joseph Biden for weeks. But a new poll shows Mr. Biden ahead in three states Mr. Trump hopes to pick up, and maintaining a lead in Wisconsin.

  121. In Wisconsin Poll, Unrest Concerns Don’t Translate Into Surge for Trump Politics, September 12

    Worries about law and order have become so prevalent that likely voters say it’s just as important as solving the coronavirus pandemic. But voters aren’t favoring Mr. Trump on the issue.

  122. Trump and Biden Seek an Electoral Edge From an Unlikely Source: College Football Sports, September 12

    College sports leaders aren’t thrilled to see football assume a role in the presidential campaign, but they’re not surprised.

  123. A Big Florida Poll, Nevada Tightens, Trump on Defense: This Week in the 2020 Race Politics, September 12

    As new polling continues to give clues toward the states in play for the presidential campaign, President Trump was once again at the center of two story lines that consumed the news.

  124. Remembering One Tragedy in the Shadow of Another Interactive, September 11

    This year’s 9/11 ceremony captured not just a city still grieving those lost nearly two decades ago, but one enduring a pandemic that has claimed many more lives.

  125. Family Members, Politicians Pay Tribute to 9/11 Victims Video, September 11

    Politicians gathered at the Sept. 11 memorial in Lower Manhattan to remember a national crisis on the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

  126. Democrats Gained These Voters in 2018, and Biden Needs to Keep Them Now Politics, September 11

    An authoritative new study on 2018 midterm voters shows how despite his strong position, Joe Biden is lagging behind the rates at which some key demographics broke for the Democrats two years ago.

  127. How to Win the Latino Vote Op Ed, September 11

    A podcast debate over the political future of the growing demographic of voters.

  128. Hostilities on Hold for a Day, Trump and Biden Head to Shanksville Politics, September 11

    Joe Biden traveled to ground zero and then to Shanksville, Pa., where he and the president separately honored the victims of the hijacked plane that crashed after passengers fought back.

  129. As Clock Ticks, Trump Engulfs Himself in Chaotic News Cycles Politics, September 10

    With early voting about to begin in some states, the days President Trump can afford to be consumed by crises of his own making are dwindling. But he has spent the last week in reaction mode.

  130. Russian Intelligence Hackers Are Back, Microsoft Warns, Aiming at Officials of Both Parties Washington, September 10

    China is also growing more adept at targeting campaign workers. But contrary to Trump administration warnings, Beijing is mostly aiming at Biden campaign officials.

  131. U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Ukrainian With Ties to Russia, Citing Election Interference Washington, September 10

    Andriy Derkach has released information intended to hurt former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., which President Trump has promoted.

  132. Biden Campaign Lashes Trump Over Concealing the Danger of the Virus Politics, September 10

    A day after revelations that President Trump had knowingly downplayed the virus, Joe Biden’s surrogates attacked that response, while the Trump campaign tried to deflect blame back on the former vice president.

  133. Russian Intelligence Hackers Are Back, Microsoft Warns, Aiming at Officials of Both Parties Washington, September 10

    China is also growing more adept at targeting campaign workers. But contrary to Trump administration warnings, Beijing is mostly aiming at Biden campaign officials.

  134. Even With 190,000 Dead, There’s a Lot That Voters Don’t Know Upshot, September 10

    People often engage in “projection,” assuming a preferred candidate shares their view, even on a key issue like masks during a pandemic.

  135. Even Big Pharma Is Turning on Trump Op Ed, September 10

    The president is the coronavirus vaccine’s worst hype man.

  136. Oh Lord, We’re Financing Trump Op Ed, September 9

    Next time your lawn needs a rehab, you know whom to bill.

  137. Trump Resumes the Rallies He Cherishes, but Virus Vexes His Plans Politics, September 9

    With hyperbole and falsehoods, the president has increased stops at airports that resemble campaign rallies, his favorite type of politicking. But Nevada said the events violated health restrictions and canceled two rallies there.

  138. Biden Accuses Trump of Lying to the Public About Coronavirus Threat Video, September 9

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. accused President Trump of lying to Americans about the dangers of coronavirus, citing a forthcoming book by the journalist Bob Woodward.

  139. Biden, in Michigan to Push a Jobs Plan, Tears Into Trump’s Virus Response Politics, September 9

    Before sketching out a plan to keep more jobs in the United States, the former vice president denounced his rival over revelations in a new book that the president knowingly minimized the coronavirus’s dangers.

  140. The ‘Straightforward’ Link Between Climate and California’s Fires Climate, September 9

    Also this week: They led the E.P.A. as Republicans. Now, they’re backing Biden.

  141. Voters Seem to Think Biden Is the ‘Law and Order’ Candidate Op Ed, September 9

    Extracting political power from racism and fear is a Trump specialty, but will it work in 2020?

  142. The Electoral College Will Destroy America Editorial, September 8

    And no, New York and California would not dominate a popular vote.

  143. Who Can Win America’s Politics of Humiliation? Op Ed, September 8

    Trump or Biden?

  144. Trump, Calling Himself ‘the No. 1 Environmental President,’ Green Washes His Record Washington, September 8

    President Trump traveled to Florida to declare himself “a great environmentalist,” extending a moratorium on offshore oil drilling that his administration had moved to end.

  145. What’s the Point of All These Polls? Op Ed, September 8

    Many Americans felt the 2016 election discredited the whole business of electoral forecasting. But that’s not how some pollsters see it.

  146. Will Doug Emhoff’s Legal Career Be an Issue for the Biden-Harris Ticket? Politics, September 8

    Mr. Emhoff, the husband of Senator Kamala Harris, has a long record as a litigator at two of the nation’s top firms, posing potential conflicts that could draw scrutiny.

  147. We Have Questions About SoftBank Business, September 8

    Assessing the Japanese conglomerate’s market-moving bets.

  148. Kamala Harris Visits Wisconsin Politics, September 8

    Harris and Pence come to Wisconsin bearing two very different messages, while Biden and Trump accuse each other of politicizing the virus.

  149. How Trump’s Billion-Dollar Campaign Lost Its Cash Advantage Politics, September 7

    Five months ago, President Trump’s re-election campaign had a huge financial edge over Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s. The Times conducted an extensive review of how the Trump team spent lavishly to show how that advantage evaporated.

  150. Pence and Harris Vie for Wisconsin as Trump Vents From the White House Politics, September 7

    The unofficial Labor Day kickoff to the fall campaign centered on Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, two pivotal states for both the president and Joseph R. Biden Jr.