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  1. Wildfire Smoke Is Poisoning California’s Kids. Some Pay a Higher Price. Interactive, Yesterday

    Fires are making the state’s air more dangerous. How much that hurts depends largely on where you live and how much money your family has.

  2. Edward P. Lazear, Economist and Presidential Adviser, Dies at 72 Obits, November 25

    He was a widely respected labor economist at Stanford who led President George W. Bush’s economic council during the financial crisis.

  3. Words of Gratitude From California National, November 25

    The New York Times asked poets laureate from across the country what the people in their states had to be thankful for in this difficult year.

  4. Iconic or Sexist? Palm Springs Mulls a Marilyn Monroe Statue Culture, November 25

    The City Council has voted to place the sculpture near the Palm Springs Art Museum, but local cultural leaders oppose the move.

  5. 7 Places Where the Slopes Are Less Skied Travel, November 25

    These under-the-radar resorts offer plenty of room to turn, and plenty of challenge amid a winter of social distancing.

  6. Gavin Newsom, What Were You Thinking? Op Ed, November 25

    A lavish dinner helped reinforce the idea that California’s government is a mess of bureaucratic dysfunction and aristocratic indifference.

  7. I Remember When Rock Was Young Op Ed, November 25

    As a closeted queer teenager in 1970, I found something in Elton John’s voice that gave me hope. It still does.

  8. It’s the Fauci Awards! Op Ed, November 25

    What if public health officials got awards instead of death threats?

  9. ‘Never Think That You’re Not Supposed to Be There’ Op Ed, November 24

    A virtuoso jazz pianist and film composer tracks his family’s lineage through his 91-year-old grandfather from Jim Crow Florida to the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

  10. A Concerto Is a Conversation Video, November 24

    Can’t be with your grandparents? Watch this instead.

  11. Unemployment Scam Using Inmates’ Names Costs California Hundreds of Millions National, November 24

    Investigators say the payment of benefits claimed with the names of prisoners, including many on death row, “appears to be the most significant fraud on taxpayer funds in California history.”

  12. Dancing Six Feet Apart? They’d Rather Not Interactive, November 24

    Matthew Cohen and Ben Schwartz were supposed to get married in September. The coronavirus delayed their wedding for a year, at least.

  13. Ex-Police Officer Charged With Manslaughter in 2017 Killing of Suspect Express, November 23

    The San Francisco police rookie, Christopher Samayoa, was on his fourth day of field training when he shot and killed Keita O’Neil, an unarmed carjacking suspect, the authorities said.

  14. $800,000 Homes in California Real Estate, November 23

    A Tudor Revival house in San Leandro, a home with mountain views in Nevada City and a 1910 bungalow with a backyard Airstream trailer in Los Angeles.

  15. What You Get for $800,000 in California Slideshow, November 23

    A Tudor Revival house in San Leandro, a home with mountain views in Nevada City and a 1910 bungalow with a backyard Airstream trailer in Los Angeles.

  16. What to Know About California’s Vaccine Rollout National, November 23

    Monday: Who will be the first in line to receive the Covid-19 vaccines? Here’s what we know.

  17. Suspect Is Arrested in San Jose Church Stabbing National, November 23

    The police said five people were stabbed, two of them fatally, at the church on Sunday night. A suspect was in custody, but information on a motive was not immediately available.

  18. When Sharks Turned Up at Their Beach, They Called in Drones Science, November 20

    A goal of the SharkEye project is to one day produce automated “shark reports” for beachgoers to help them gauge levels of risk.

  19. Elders and an Artist Bring a Social Sculpture to Life Culture, November 20

    Elizabeth Turk imagined illuminated umbrellas spreading hope during the pandemic. A retirement community said yes, and became her canvas.

  20. What to Know About the California Curfew National, November 20

    Friday: California officials announced the most sweeping restrictions since the state’s first stay-at-home order in March.

  21. It’s Never Been Harder to Be the New Kid on the Block Real Estate, November 20

    Moving to a new place is never easy. It’s even harder, and lonelier, when no one is supposed to come within six feet of you.

  22. San Francisco’s School Plan Could Offer Other Districts Hope Editorial, November 19

    With relatively low virus rates, the city faces a dilemma over a return to in-person instruction.

  23. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week T Style, November 19

    Japanese strawberries, a Bohemian Baja-based hotel — and more.

  24. What to Know About California’s Covid Restrictions National, November 19

    Thursday: Here’s where the state’s efforts stand. Also: A call for your adapted Thanksgiving traditions.

  25. La inmunidad al coronavirus podría durar años, según un nuevo estudio en Español, November 19

    Las muestras de sangre de los pacientes recuperados de la COVID-19 sugieren que la respuesta inmune sería poderosa y duradera, reportaron los investigadores.

  26. Ponzi Scheme Suspect Uses Underwater Scooter to Flee F.B.I. Express, November 18

    After a chase, Matthew Piercey disappeared underwater using a submersible scooter, the authorities said. When he surfaced, agents were waiting with dry clothes his wife had provided.

  27. For California Governor the Coronavirus Message Is Do as I Say, Not as I Dine National, November 18

    A meal at the French Laundry? A junket to Maui? California’s Democratic leaders have put strict measures in place. If only they would follow them.

  28. Modern Love Podcast: Confronting Race on the First Date Styles, November 18

    “How did we match on a dating app in the first place? She had to swipe right, and I certainly had not become Asian overnight.”

  29. Yes, Californians Should Be Worried About Thanksgiving, Too National, November 18

    Wednesday: A conversation with Dr. Bob Wachter, about how much difference more testing makes, and how worried he is about the holiday.

  30. Suit Accusing Russell Simmons of Rape Was Filed Too Late, Judge Rules Culture, November 17

    The judge found that the 2018 suit, based on an allegation of sexual assault said to have occurred in 1988, was filed too late under California’s statute of limitations.

  31. Immunity to the Coronavirus May Last Years, New Data Hint Science, November 17

    Blood samples from recovered patients suggest a powerful, long-lasting immune response, researchers reported.

  32. California Will Pull ‘Emergency Brake’ on Reopening Plan Video, November 17

    Gov. Gavin Newsom of California announced that the state would be “pulling the emergency brake” on its reopening plans and would tighten restrictions to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

  33. California Is ‘Pulling the Emergency Brake’ on Reopening National, November 17

    Tuesday: With Covid cases on the rise, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the most significant reopening rollback in months.

  34. Lockdowns, Round 2: A New Virus Surge Prompts Restrictions, and Pushback National, November 16

    California and Michigan moved to shut down indoor dining, and Philadelphia severely limited indoor gatherings. With more than 150,000 virus cases daily, the nation is shutting down again.

  35. Albert R. Jonsen, 89, Dies; Brought Medical Ethics to the Bedside Obits, November 16

    A former Jesuit priest and leader in bioethics, he believed that an ethicist should be part of a patient’s medical team when hard decisions have to be made.

  36. $3.8 Million Homes in California Real Estate, November 16

    A Tudor-style cottage in Palo Alto, a contemporary home in Beverly Hills and a Spanish-style estate in North Tustin.

  37. What You Get for $3.8 Million in California Slideshow, November 16

    A Tudor-style cottage in Palo Alto, a contemporary home in Beverly Hills and a 1928 Spanish-style estate in North Tustin.

  38. New Virus, Old Enemy Interactive, November 16

    The U.S. military’s past battles with Infectious disease have helped it fight off coronavirus.

  39. Living Near Drilling Is Deadly. Why Don’t California Lawmakers Care? Op Ed, November 16

    The state may be phasing out gas-powered cars, but it’s still legal to put an oil well right next to an elementary school.

  40. At-Home Covid Tests and Other Powers of a Tech Billionaire Op Ed, November 16

    Chamath Palihapitiya made his fortune with bold predictions and bets on the future. That wealth gives him influence well beyond Silicon Valley — but should it?

  41. New Virus, Old Enemy Interactive, November 16

    The U.S. military’s past battles with Infectious disease have helped it fight off coronavirus.

  42. Understanding California’s Travel Guidelines for the Holidays National, November 13

    Friday: California currently has no travel restrictions in place. But as cases in the state reached a million, health officials are urging people to travel as little as possible.

  43. The Work Diary of Blair Imani, ‘Herstory’ Historian Sunday Business, November 13

    Her “Smarter in Seconds” Instagram videos feature bite-size lessons — and a kaleidoscopic array of hijabs.

  44. A College Crush From Afar Gets Real Two Decades Later Society, November 13

    Annette Blum recognized Michael Pearson on Bumble. Both had been at Emory University 20 years ago. When she saw his profile, she messaged him, “My freshman year self is really excited right now.”

  45. What Happened in California Is a Cautionary Tale for Us All Op Ed, November 13

    A voter-approved measure strips gig workers of basic protections enjoyed by employees in other businesses.

  46. Tom Metzger, Notorious White Supremacist, Dies at 82 Express, November 12

    Mr. Metzger, a former Klansman and the founder of the White Aryan Resistance, was one of the most influential leaders of the white power movement.

  47. California’s Coronavirus Caseload: 1 Million and Counting National, November 12

    More than half of California’s nearly 40 million residents live in counties now under the most restrictive measures for businesses and public gatherings.

  48. A Conversation With Todd Gloria, San Diego’s Mayor-Elect National, November 12

    Thursday: He’ll be a history-making mayor of the state’s second biggest city.

  49. What Places Are Hardest Hit by the Coronavirus? It Depends on the Measure National, November 12

    By different metrics, all sorts of locations in the United States are deeply troubling, from Minot, N.D., to New York City.

  50. Fight Over Gig Workers Persists Despite Win for Uber and Lyft Business, November 11

    A successful ballot measure in California makes drivers and other workers contractors, but the companies face continued pushback.

  51. Ella escaló El Capitán y estableció un récord en Español, November 11

    Emily Harrington es la primera mujer que completa, en menos de 24 horas y en escalada libre, la ruta de Golden Gate hasta El Capitán, un monolito de 914 metros metros de altura en el Parque Nacional Yosemite.

  52. Emergency Help for Wildfire Victims National, November 11

    Wednesday: A trustee ordered up to $25,000 in payments to fire victims, saying many are destitute. Also: A coronavirus update.

  53. California Is Trying to Jump-Start the Hydrogen Economy Business, November 11

    The fuel could play an important role in fighting climate change, but it has been slow to gain traction because of high costs.

  54. 11 Hotels to Visit in Your Dreams T Style, November 11

    Travel options may be limited, but here are places sure to linger in the mind, and that these writers, designers and others hope to get to — or get back to — someday.

  55. California’s 40-Year-Old Tax Revolt Survives a Counterattack Business, November 10

    Voters rejected a bid to modify Proposition 13, a landmark 1978 measure, to remove a tax shield from commercial properties.

  56. The Rainbow Man Brings His Mishmash Appeal to TikTok Arts & Leisure, November 10

    Mark Kanemura’s ebullient videos showcase what’s appealing about TikTok: escapism and originality, rather than slick perfection.

  57. The Next Big Question for California Politicians National, November 10

    Tuesday: State leaders cheered Senator Kamala Harris’s ascension. Now Gov. Gavin Newsom has to figure out who should replace her.

  58. An Apron That Gives Thanks Dining, November 9

    Sales from BlueCut’s latest collaboration, with the artist Alexandra Bowman, benefit Black chefs and restaurants.

  59. A Record-Setting Ascent of El Capitan Express, November 9

    Emily Harrington is the first woman to free-climb the Golden Gate route up El Capitan, a 3,000-foot-high monolith in Yosemite National Park, in under 24 hours.

  60. $1.7 Million Homes in California Real Estate, November 9

    An Edwardian home in San Francisco, a Spanish-style house in San Diego and a three-bedroom beachside condominium in Malibu.

  61. What You Get for $1.7 Million in California Slideshow, November 9

    An Edwardian home in San Francisco, a Spanish-style house in San Diego and a three-bedroom beachside condominium in Malibu.

  62. Kamala Harris Makes California History National, November 9

    Monday: The senator is the first Democrat from the Golden State to win on a national presidential ticket.

  63. Black Empowerment Outside the Headlines Op Ed, November 8

    A quiet battle over retail space is a modern fight for the soul of Black Los Angeles.

  64. ‘A Long Time Coming’: Black Women Celebrate Harris’s Ascension National, November 7

    As Kamala Harris heads toward the highest levels of power, many rejoiced and saw her achievement as a particularly poignant reminder to Black girls that anything is possible.

  65. Why Is California a Blue State? National, November 6

    Friday: For over 25 years the state has been a Democratic stronghold. But it wasn’t always that way.

  66. A Big Win for Democrats in California Came With a Gut Check for Liberals National, November 5

    Joe Biden received one of the highest margins in the nation in California, but a look at how the state’s ballot measures were decided shows a more complex picture of the electorate.

  67. Humpback Whale Upends California Kayakers Express, November 5

    Julie McSorley and Liz Cottriel were whale watching off California’s Central Coast when a humpback suddenly surfaced beneath their kayak.

  68. Whale Capsizes Kayak Video, November 5

    Two women kayaking in California were tossed into the water by a surfacing humpback whale.

  69. California Bars Insurers From Dropping Policies in Wildfire Areas Climate, November 5

    The new one-year freeze is a sign of the growing financial burden caused by climate change.

  70. Alison Saar on Transforming Outrage Into Art Weekend, November 5

    Ahead of her biggest exhibition to date, the sculptor talks about Black Panther imagery, the goddess Yemoja and her own quest to balance anger and beauty.

  71. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week T Style, November 5

    Fruit butters, a classic Palm Springs hotel reopens — and more.

  72. Making Sense of the California Voter National, November 5

    Thursday: An expert analysis of ballot proposition results. Also: More election updates from around the state.

  73. In San Francisco, Closed Public Schools, Open Private Schools N Y T Now, November 4

    As the results of the 2020 election hang in the balance, we’re focusing on a district that epitomizes the heated debate over reopening schools.

  74. What We Know About Election Results in California National, November 4

    Wednesday: Joe Biden definitely won California, as expected. Here’s what else happened on Election Day.

  75. Uber and Lyft Drivers in California Will Remain Contractors Business, November 4

    The victory of Proposition 22, the most expensive initiative in the state’s history, could help gig companies remake labor laws throughout the country.

  76. Oregon Decriminalizes Small Amounts of Heroin and Cocaine, and New Jersey and Arizona Legalize Marijuana National, November 4

    There were 38 statewide citizen initiatives being decided across the country on Tuesday, about half the level of the last presidential election.

  77. Oregon Decriminalizes Small Amounts of Heroin and Cocaine; Four States Legalize Marijuana National, November 4

    There were 38 statewide citizen initiatives being decided across the country on Tuesday, about half the level of the last presidential election.

  78. California Election Results: 26th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  79. San Francisco Reinstates Winning Design for Maya Angelou Monument Culture, November 3

    Last year, officials selected and then rejected Lava Thomas to design the sculpture, opening a rift between public leaders and local artists.

  80. California Proposition 16 Election Results: Repeal Ban on Affirmative Action Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  81. California Proposition 25 Election Results: End Cash Bail Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  82. California Proposition 22 Election Results: Define App-Based Drivers as Contractors Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  83. California Proposition 21 Election Results: Expand Rent Control by Local Governments Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  84. California Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  85. California Proposition 17 Election Results: Give Vote to Felons on Parole Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  86. California Election Results: 23rd Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  87. California Election Results: Ninth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  88. California Election Results: 16th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  89. California Election Results: 14th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  90. California Election Results: 34th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  91. California Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  92. California Election Results: 30th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  93. California Election Results: 48th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  94. California Election Results: 33rd Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  95. California Election Results: 52nd Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  96. California Election Results: 22nd Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  97. California Election Results: 42nd Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  98. California Election Results: 28th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  99. California Election Results: Sixth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  100. California Election Results: Seventh Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the California election.

  101. Six ballot measures that could affect businesses and taxes. Business, November 3

  102. Election Day in California National, November 3

    Tuesday: Today’s the day. Here’s everything you need to catch up.

  103. Les parents de Kamala Harris, immigrés réunis par l’activisme Noir des années 1960 U.S., November 3

    Donald Harris et Shyamala Gopalan, nés dans d’ex-colonies britanniques de part et d’autre de la planète, choisirent d'étudier à Berkeley, aux Etats-Unis. Le cercle d’intellectuels qu’ils y trouvèrent détermina leur avenir.

  104. Trustee orders emergency payments to PG&E fire victims in California Business, November 2

  105. Elección presidencial en California: guía para los votantes en Español, November 2

    Toda la información que los electores deben saber para participar en la elección presidencial de este año.

  106. $900,000 Homes in California Real Estate, November 2

    A renovated ranch house in Los Angeles, a contemporary home in Oakland and an 1881 Victorian in San Jose.

  107. What You Get for $900,000 in California Slideshow, November 2

    A renovated ranch house in Los Angeles, a contemporary home in Oakland and an 1881 Victorian in San Jose.

  108. California’s Role in Historic Voter Turnout National, November 2

    Monday: Millions of Californians have voted early. Also: An update on the pandemic; and, if you need it, a distraction from the election.

  109. As California Goes, So Goes the Nation’s Business? Business, November 2

    Some of the state’s ballot propositions could have profound implications for companies.

  110. This Is an Election Story That Mentions Neither Biden Nor Trump National, November 2

    Here are the (other) races and issues our national correspondents are watching.

  111. In San Francisco, Virus Is Contained but Schools Are Still Closed National, November 1

    A debate over reopening classrooms pits the mayor against the Board of Education, cutting across class, party and racial lines.

  112. Lori Loughlin Begins 2-Month Sentence for Role in Admissions Scandal Express, October 30

    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.

  113. How Does Harris View Big Business? Her Time as California’s Top Lawyer Offers Clues Business, October 30

    As attorney general for six years, Kamala Harris took a moderate, realpolitik approach to going after big business, aides say.

  114. Vote Centers Open After a Week of Wildfires National, October 30

    Friday: Fires caused tens of thousands of Orange County residents to flee their homes this week. No ballots were damaged and polls will open, officials say.

  115. Prosecutors Call Former Embassy Employee an ‘Experienced Sexual Predator’ Express, October 30

    Brian Jeffrey Raymond, who worked at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico, was charged with videotaping a woman who was partially naked and unconscious. Prosecutors said there are at least 21 other victims.

  116. Races to Watch in California National, October 29

    Here are some of the key local and statewide races and measures to watch in California.

  117. Bob Biggs, Los Angeles Punk-Rock Entrepreneur, Dies at 74 Obits, October 29

    Slash Records, which Mr. Biggs founded in 1979, became one of the most successful independent record labels of its era.

  118. David Guillod, Hollywood Executive, Arrested Again After Assault Report Culture, October 29

    Mr. Guillod was out on bail after he was charged earlier this year with sexually assaulting four women.

  119. The Tax Fight Haunting California National, October 29

    Thursday: Ah! It’s property tax reform. Also: Fire updates; and more on Justin Turner.

  120. ‘The Donut King’ Review: Sweet Dreams Weekend, October 29

    This documentary traces the mercurial journey of a Cambodian refugee who became a doughnut mogul in California.

  121. How to Staycation in 6 American Cities Travel, October 29

    With business travel all but stopped, city hotels and tourist organizations have made a full-court press to attract local and nearby leisure travelers with bottom-barrel rates and extra perks.

  122. Officials Warn of Cyberattacks on Hospitals as Virus Cases Spike Washington, October 28

    Government officials warned that hackers were seeking to hold American hospitals’ data hostage in exchange for ransom payments.

  123. A Privacy Measure That’s Hard to Like Editorial, October 28

    An update to California’s groundbreaking privacy law falls short.

  124. California Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, October 28

  125. California Primary Election Results: 14th House District Interactive, October 28

  126. California Primary Election Results: 12th House District Interactive, October 28

  127. California Special Election Results: 25th House District Interactive, October 28

  128. California Primary Election Results: 11th House District Interactive, October 28

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  141. Live: California State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, October 28

  142. California Primary Election Results: 33rd House District Interactive, October 28

  143. California Primary Election Results: First House District Interactive, October 28

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  150. California Primary Election Results: 29th House District Interactive, October 28