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  1. Buttigieg, in Search of Black Support, Looks Homeward U.S., Today

    The mayor of South Bend, Ind., has some local black leaders vouching for him. But that hasn’t stopped his opponents from criticizing his record.

  2. Buttigieg, in Search of Black Support, Looks Homeward U.S., Today

    The mayor of South Bend, Ind., has some local black leaders vouching for him. But that hasn’t stopped his opponents from criticizing his record.

  3. For Trump, Instinct After Florida Killings Is Simple: Protect Saudis U.S., December 7

    Before issuing his own condolences, the president channeled the Saudi king’s, and avoided any discussion of the hard questions about why the U.S. is training Saudi officers.

  4. Twilight of the Technocrats Opinion, December 7

    How Bernie and Biden both channel an exhaustion with the experts.

  5. Twilight of the Technocrats Opinion, December 7

    How Bernie and Biden both channel an exhaustion with the experts.

  6. Exhausted With the Experts Opinion, December 7

    How Bernie and Biden both channel the current distrust of technocrats.

  7. Hating the Word ‘Hate’ Opinion, December 7

    Don’t mess with us, man.

  8. As Candidates Jostle for Position, a Long Race May Become a Marathon U.S., December 7

    In a volatile primary with no true front-runner, Democrats face the prospect of a monthslong delegate battle that would also feature a lengthy public airing of the party’s ideological fissures.

  9. G.O.P. Tactic on Impeachment: Turn Ukraine Allegations Against Biden U.S., December 6

    President Trump and his allies are pushing debunked claims of corruption by Mr. Biden as a counternarrative to impeachment.

  10. ‘You’re a Damn Liar, Man,’ Biden Tells Voter in Iowa Video, December 5

    Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. had a tense exchange with a voter questioning Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings. Mr. Biden also challenged the man to do push-ups.

  11. Joe Biden Challenges Iowa Man to Push-Up Contest After Testy Exchange U.S., December 5

    Shortly after John Kerry, the former secretary of state, endorsed Mr. Biden in the 2020 Democratic primary, the former vice president had a heated confrontation with a voter.

  12. Joe Biden Trades Barbs With Voter in Iowa: ‘You’re a Damn Liar’ U.S., December 5

    Shortly after John Kerry, the former secretary of state, endorsed Mr. Biden in the 2020 Democratic primary, the former vice president had a heated confrontation with a voter.

  13. Kamala Decamps, Iowa’s Still Crowded, Trump’s Still Trump Opinion, December 4

    For Democrats, it’s Des Moines for the holidays.

  14. Biden Proposes Smaller Tax Increases Than Rivals Do Business, December 4

    His set of tax plans would ask the highest earners to pay more to fund a smaller-scale expansion of government than those proposed by other leading Democrats.

  15. Giuliani, Facing Scrutiny, Travels to Europe to Interview Ukrainians U.S., December 4

    President Trump’s personal lawyer has been in Budapest and Kyiv this week to talk with former Ukrainian prosecutors for a documentary series intended to debunk the impeachment case.

  16. Of All the Defenses of Trump, This Conspiracy Theory Is the Worst Opinion, December 3

    The president grasps at a debunked claim of election interference as impeachment looms.

  17. Joe Biden Still Wants to Win Iowa. Here’s His Strategy. U.S., December 3

    The former vice president has lost his advantage in the leadoff caucus state, but he’s hoping his “No Malarkey” bus tour can win over rural voters.

  18. Why the Less Disruptive Health Care Option Could Be Plenty Disruptive The Upshot, December 3

    Democrats like the “optional” part of the so-called public option. But the very existence of new government insurance could shake up the system.

  19. Trevor Noah Roasts Joe Biden for ‘No Malarkey’ Slogan Arts, December 3

    “What does that word even mean?” asked the “Daily Show” host. “It sounds like the dish your vegan cousin serves at Thanksgiving: ‘It’s not turkey, it’s malarkey!’”

  20. Ukraine Knew of Aid Freeze in July, Says Ex-Top Official in Kyiv World, December 3

    Ukraine’s government learned of the military aid freeze during the Trump administration’s pressure campaign — and tried to keep that knowledge from going public, an ex-deputy foreign minister said.

  21. Republican Impeachment Defense Claims Trump’s Ukraine Pressure Was Apolitical U.S., December 2

    In a report intended to counter Democrats’ impeachment case against President Trump, Republicans will argue his efforts to get Ukraine to investigate his rivals had nothing to do with politics.

  22. Three Women Accuse Gordon Sondland of Sexual Misconduct, Report Says U.S., November 27

    The publication of the allegations came a week after Mr. Sondland testified before Congress in the impeachment proceedings.

  23. Giuliani Pursued Business in Ukraine While Pushing for Inquiries for Trump New York, November 27

    The president’s private lawyer explored agreements with Ukrainian officials for hundreds of thousands of dollars.

  24. What the Bidens Actually Did in Ukraine Podcasts, November 27

    How the former vice president and his son became caught in the crossfire of the impeachment inquiry, without any evidence of wrongdoing.

  25. As Bloomberg Enters the Democratic Race Opinion, November 26

    Readers discuss the former mayor’s candidacy, Barack Obama’s advice and Joe Biden’s slumping poll numbers.

  26. Minority Voters Chafe as Democratic Candidates Abandon Charter Schools New York, November 26

    The front-runners for the presidential nomination are moving away from the charter school movement, and black and Latino families ask why their concerns are lost.

  27. 2020 Democrats Unapologetically Support Abortion Rights, Times Survey Shows U.S., November 25

    The presidential candidates’ positions reflect a fundamental and politically consequential change in the party’s approach to reproductive issues.

  28. Black Voters to Black Candidates: Representation Is Not Enough U.S., November 25

    Joe Biden leads with black voters, and Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are making better inroads with younger ones than Kamala Harris and Cory Booker. In interviews, voters rejected the idea that racial representation equated to change.

  29. Why Giuliani Singled Out 2 Ukrainian Oligarchs to Help Look for Dirt U.S., November 25

    Inside a strategy to leverage damaging information on Joe Biden from foreign citizens who were politically powerful — and legally vulnerable.

  30. Devin Nunes Denounces Reports He Played a Role in Ukraine U.S., November 24

    The top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee called the reports that he met with a former Ukrainian prosecutor part of a criminal campaign against him by a “totally corrupt” news media.

  31. Biden Is Struggling in Iowa and His Supporters There Know Why U.S., November 24

    The former vice president’s backers have noted a lack of enthusiasm and a spotty campaign operation as reasons Joe Biden is lagging in Iowa, not to mention a formidable moderate competitor in Pete Buttigieg.

  32. Debate 5, and a Push for Black Voters: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., November 23

    In the absence of a clear front-runner, some lower-polling candidates were able to break through — at least for one news cycle.

  33. Debate 5, and a Push for Black Voters: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., November 23

    In the absence of a clear front-runner, some lower-polling candidates were able to break through — at least for one news cycle.

  34. Black Leader in South Bend Endorses Joe Biden Over Pete Buttigieg U.S., November 22

    Emphasizing the country’s need for experienced leadership, Oliver Davis, a longtime council member in the city, has been a frequent critic of Mr. Buttigieg.

  35. The Four Lessons of Impeachment Opinion, November 22

    They are not all depressing.

  36. Moderate Voters Could Decide the Democratic Nominee. What Do They Want? U.S., November 22

    Many of the existential questions gripping the Democratic Party center on one mysterious figure: the “moderate” voter.

  37. Protesters Confront Warren and Biden at Campaign Events Video, November 22

    In Georgia, Senator Elizabeth Warren was interrupted by protests because of her plan to cut charter school funding. And in South Carolina, immigrants’ rights activists clashed with former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. over Obama-era deportation policies.

  38. The Double-Barreled Dream World of Trump and His Enablers Opinion, November 22

    They wanted to take down Biden. But they also wanted to absolve Moscow of election meddling.

  39. The Double-Barreled Dream World of Trump and His Enablers Opinion, November 22

    They wanted to take down Biden. But they also wanted to absolve Moscow of election meddling.

  40. Stephen Colbert Takes Issue With Likening Rudy Giuliani to a Hand Grenade Arts, November 22

    Colbert joked on Thursday that Giuliani “seems more like a Molotov cocktail — used by Russians and full of alcohol.”

  41. Day After Debate, Biden and Warren Face Protesters at Events U.S., November 21

    In a palpably tense exchange at an event in South Carolina, Joseph R. Biden Jr. sparred with an organizer protesting Obama-era deportation policies.

  42. Elizabeth Warren Makes Pitch to Black Women In Speech About Racial Inequities U.S., November 21

    In events across Atlanta, Ms. Warren, Bernie Sanders and others described how they would address the concerns and priorities of black voters.

  43. What Were the Most Memorable Moments From Last Night’s Debate? U.S., November 21

    For a Democratic debate that was without major fireworks, there were several memorable moments. Here are the lines that stood out.

  44. Debate Night: The ‘On Politics’ Breakdown U.S., November 21

    I thought Pete Buttigieg would have a target painted on his back. But no one really stopped him.

  45. Who Won the Democratic Debate? Campaign Experts Weighed In U.S., November 21

    Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar and Cory Booker stood out at the fifth Democratic primary debate in Atlanta.

  46. Winners and Losers of the Democratic Debate Interactive, November 21

    Our columnists and contributors give their rankings.

  47. Late Night Is Tickled by Gordon Sondland’s Impeachment Testimony Arts, November 21

    “In order to catch a selfish, idiotic hotel business guy, you have to send a selfish, idiotic hotel business guy,” Samantha Bee joked Wednesday.

  48. The Electability Debate, Brought to You by the People Who Want to Be Elected U.S., November 20

    If combat is the sincerest form of flattery in politics, Pete Buttigieg had some reason to be flattered on the Atlanta stage.

  49. Watch: Key Moments From November Democratic Debate Video, November 20

    Ten presidential candidates took the stage in Atlanta to discuss topics including impeachment, climate change and foreign policy. Also, there were some jokes.

  50. Cory Booker Jokes Biden ‘Might Have Been High’ When He Made Marijuana Comments U.S., November 20

    At the Democratic debate, the New Jersey senator sparred with the former vice president over legalizing marijuana.

  51. With Impeachment as Backdrop, Democrats Direct Fire at Trump in Debate U.S., November 20

    The candidates mostly tempered their criticism of one another and presented a united front on vital issues like climate change.

  52. Which Candidates Got the Most Speaking Time in the Democratic Debate Interactive, November 20

    The candidates spent the most time touting their own electability and plans to beat President Trump.

  53. Analysis of the Nov. 20 Democratic Debate Interactive, November 20

    Our reporters are providing real-time analysis of tonight’s Democratic debate, with 10 presidential candidates on stage. Join us to follow along.

  54. 5 Takeaways From the November Democratic Debate U.S., November 20

    It was a mostly bloodless evening among the 10 candidates onstage, but there were some standout moments.

  55. Sondland, in Act of Defiance, Says He Followed Trump’s Orders in Ukraine Pressure Scheme U.S., November 20

    The United States ambassador to the European Union told the impeachment inquiry his efforts to press Ukraine to announce investigations were ordered by President Trump, and top officials knew.

  56. Sondland, Defiant, Says He Followed Trump’s Orders to Pressure Ukraine U.S., November 20

    The United States ambassador to the European Union told the impeachment inquiry his efforts to press Ukraine to announce investigations were ordered by President Trump, and top officials knew.

  57. Sondland Says He Followed Trump’s Orders to Pressure Ukraine U.S., November 20

    The United States ambassador to the European Union told the impeachment inquiry his efforts to press Ukraine to announce investigations were ordered by President Trump, and top officials knew.

  58. Trump Is Doing Exactly What He Was Elected to Do Opinion, November 20

    Don’t impeach him. His actions have all been within the scope of the presidency.

  59. Tonight’s Democratic Debate: What to Watch For U.S., November 20

    Everything you need to know about the presidential primary debate lineup in Atlanta.

  60. Dear Debate Moderators … Opinion, November 20

    Please don’t start with Medicare.

  61. Sondland Kept Pompeo Informed on Ukraine Pressure Campaign U.S., November 20

    The diplomat at the center of the impeachment inquiry looped in the secretary of state at key moments as American officials pushed for investigations sought by President Trump.

  62. Officials Testify Trump Call Was Inappropriate; One ‘Couldn’t Believe’ It U.S., November 19

    In the second week of impeachment hearings, White House national security aides recalled their concerns after the president’s conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart.

  63. Why Joe Biden Resonates With Blue-Collar Voters U.S., November 19

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. has durable support from a multiracial coalition of working-class voters who view him as one of their own.

  64. Key Moments from the Impeachment Inquiry Hearing: Vindman, Williams, Morrison and Volker Testify U.S., November 19

    The White House pushed back on a top aide to the vice president who testified that Mr. Trump’s conversation with Ukraine’s president was inappropriate.

  65. Next Democratic Debate: The Top Four vs. Everyone Else Interactive, November 19

    The debate stage is nearly identical to the one from October, minus two candidates — Beto O’Rourke has since dropped out and Julián Castro did not make the cut. See how similar or different the dynamics will be this time.

  66. How Moderates Are Seizing the Moment in the Democratic Primary U.S., November 18

    New entrants into the race. A nod from Barack Obama. Centrist victories in governor’s contests. Moderates sense a favorable shift.

  67. Pete Buttigieg Jumps Out to Lead in Iowa Poll U.S., November 16

    Mr. Buttigieg had a surprisingly robust lead in the latest Des Moines Register and CNN poll. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Joseph R. Biden Jr. were in a statistical tie for second.

  68. The Honest People Donald Trump Cannot Fathom Opinion, November 16

    Some civil servants will endure only so much abuse and scandal before speaking up.

  69. Obama Says Average American Doesn’t Want to ‘Tear Down System’ U.S., November 15

    Former President Barack Obama, in an address to liberal donors, warned candidates not to go too far left and sought to calm those who were concerned about the state of the Democratic primary.

  70. Embassy Official Confirms Trump Asked About Ukraine Investigation U.S., November 15

    The official in Kiev also said that he was told President Trump cared more about the investigations than about Ukraine.

  71. A Goldilocks Candidate? Opinion, November 15

    Deval Patrick’s opportunity — and his problem.

  72. Marie Yovanovitch Hearing: What to Expect From Her Impeachment Inquiry Testimony U.S., November 15

    The former ambassador to Ukraine will testify publicly about the campaign by Rudy Giuliani that led to her ouster and her shock and anger about the effort to get her fired.

  73. A Public Hearing, and a Feud Over Ukraine Podcasts, November 14

    In the first televised testimony in the impeachment inquiry, top diplomats detailed how a politically motivated foreign policy threatened the fate of an ally.

  74. Compelling Testimony, but No Minds Changed So Far U.S., November 14

    Republicans avoided a committee brawl and dismissed the hearing, while Democrats said they were just getting started.

  75. Will New Candidates Shake Up the 2020 Race? Opinion, November 14

    And what has the resistance inside the Trump administration actually accomplished?

  76. It May Be a Good Idea for Democratic Front-Runners Not to Look Back The Upshot, November 14

    Buttigieg and Sanders seem well positioned to gain by exploiting the vulnerabilities of Biden and Warren.

  77. Impeachment Hearings Open With Revelation on Trump’s Ukraine Pressure U.S., November 13

    As public hearings began, William B. Taylor Jr., the top American diplomat in Ukraine, said he was told President Trump cared more about investigating Joe Biden than he did about Ukraine.

  78. Key Moments From the First Public Impeachment Hearing U.S., November 13

    Witnesses testified that President Trump pressured a foreign power to help him win re-election during historic hearings that previewed an intensely partisan battle.

  79. The Man Trump Trusts for News on Ukraine U.S., November 12

    Who is John Solomon? His name popped up frequently in closed-door testimony in the impeachment query. He is a regular on Hannity. And his work helps shape how millions of Americans understand this moment.

  80. Assessing the Impeachment Defenses Offered by Trump and his Allies U.S., November 12

    From denials of a quid pro quo to attacks on impeachment inquiry witnesses, here’s a look at some of the arguments made by the president and his supporters.

  81. Trump, Ucrania y el juicio político: la historia de cómo llegamos hasta este momento en Español, November 12

    El presidente de Estados Unidos vio en Ucrania una solución a sus problemas políticos. En cinco meses, su obsesión cambió la política exterior estadounidense y puso en riesgo su mandato.

  82. What to Expect as the House Starts Impeachment Hearings U.S., November 12

    The public phase of the House impeachment inquiry into President Trump begins Wednesday. Here’s how it will unfold.

  83. Who’s Afraid of Elizabeth Warren? Opinion, November 12

    Quite a few people, and they have something in common. It’s not poverty.

  84. Five Polling Results That May Change the Way You Think About Electability The Upshot, November 12

    Our battleground surveys had some outcomes that upended the conventional wisdom.

  85. Five Polling Results That May Change the Way You Think About Electability The Upshot, November 12

    Our battleground surveys had some outcomes that upended the conventional wisdom.

  86. Key Dates at the Center of the Ukraine Matter U.S., November 11

    The origins of the impeachment inquiry engulfing President Trump and his administration go back to the election last spring of a new Ukrainian president.

  87. How the 2020 Democrats Plan to Help Veterans U.S., November 11

    Democratic presidential candidates want to provide veterans with better health care and increase their access to education and jobs. Pete Buttigieg said a woman should lead the V.A.

  88. Trump, Ukraine and Impeachment: The Inside Story of How We Got Here U.S., November 11

    President Trump fixated on Ukraine as a solution to his political problems. In five months, his obsession upended American foreign policy and threatened his presidency. Here is how it happened.

  89. Giuliani Associate Says He Gave Demand for Biden Inquiry to Ukrainians New York, November 10

    The claim by the associate, Lev Parnas, is being vigorously disputed.

  90. The Disorienting Defenses of Donald Trump Opinion, November 10

    The president and his allies ask Americans to reject the evidence before their eyes.

  91. What Joe Biden Actually Did in Ukraine U.S., November 10

    The aims and the aftermath of a legacy project that underscores Mr. Biden’s years of diplomacy — but has been swallowed by the subplot of his son and a Ukrainian gas company.

  92. Biden’s Attacks on Warren Turn Personal, Drawing Some Complaints of Sexism U.S., November 10

    By calling Warren’s approach “condescending,” “angry” and elitist, Biden and his allies are making a risky case against a female candidate. He says the criticism has nothing to do with gender.

  93. Biden’s Attacks on Warren Turn Personal, Drawing Some Complaints of Sexism U.S., November 10

    By calling Warren’s approach “condescending,” “angry” and elitist, Biden and his allies are making a risky case against a female candidate. He says the criticism has nothing to do with gender.

  94. Sanders Rebukes Bloomberg: ‘Sorry, You Ain’t Going to Buy This Election’ U.S., November 9

    Appearing in Iowa with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Bernie Sanders pushed his populist message and drew a contrast between his grass-roots support and Mr. Bloomberg’s billions.

  95. ‘I’d Consider Anybody’: Democrats Like Their 2020 Candidates, and Yet ... U.S., November 9

    Michael R. Bloomberg is poised to enter a race that has many voters anxious and searching for the perfect candidate. But do they need yet one more option?