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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. ¿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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.”

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

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

    And so would nearly every company out there this year.

  17. 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?

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

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

  22. 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.

  23. 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.”

  24. 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.

  25. 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.

  26. 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.

  27. 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.

  28. Special Election Edition Podcasts, Yesterday

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

  29. 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.

  30. 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.”

  31. 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.

  32. 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.

  33. 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.

  34. 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.

  35. 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.

  36. 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.

  37. 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.

  38. 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.

  39. Instagram Tries Clamping Down on Misinformation Business, Yesterday

    The photo-sharing site said it would temporarily remove its “recent” tab to slow the spread of harmful content before Tuesday’s election.

  40. Instagram Tries Clamping Down on Misinformation Technology, Yesterday

    The photo-sharing site said it would temporarily remove its “recent” tab to slow the spread of harmful content before Tuesday’s election.

  41. What Went Viral This Week Business, Yesterday

    Halloween decorations, Harry Styles and a QAnon-adjacent missing children story broke up a wall of pre-election political news.

  42. Boarded-Up Windows and Increased Security: Retailers Brace for the Election Business, Yesterday

    Stores are making plans for how to deal with potential civil unrest stemming from Tuesday’s election.

  43. A Clash of Views Before Election Day Letters, Yesterday

    Readers urge congressional Republicans to repudiate the president, castigate President Obama for breaking a norm and explain why an Orthodox Jew is voting for Joe Biden.

  44. It’s Snowing in New England, but Election Day Looks Sunny for Much of U.S. National, Yesterday

    In close elections, rain or snow can suppress turnout. Friday morning’s snow, however, is expected to melt before Nov. 3.

  45. Trump Has a Women Problem. These Senators Aren’t Helping. Editorial, Yesterday

    To be in today’s Republican Party requires a particularly gross form of self-abasement.

  46. In Critical Wisconsin, the Fox Valley May Decide the State’s Winner Politics, Yesterday

    Many of Wisconsin’s swing voters live in and south of Green Bay, a region of old mill towns and farms burning with coronavirus infections and personality-driven politics.

  47. How a Century of Real-Estate Tax Breaks Enriched Donald Trump Business, Yesterday

    The real estate industry has long enjoyed uniquely favorable tax treatment — thanks in part to Mr. Trump’s actions before and after he became president.

  48. Joe Biden and the Arts: No R.B.G. but a Loyal Promoter of Culture Culture, Yesterday

    The former vice president has been an intermittent consumer of the arts, but cultural leaders credit him as a key source of government financial support.

  49. Trump y Biden: dos abstemios en carrera por la presidencia en Español, Yesterday

    No habrá brindis en la Casa Blanca después de la elección: ni el presidente Donald Trump ni Joe Biden consumen alcohol.

  50. U.S. Says Virus Can’t be Controlled. China Aims to Prove It Wrong. Foreign, Yesterday

    China’s approach to keep Covid-19 at bay has helped restore confidence and allowed businesses to reopen. But it is a strategy steeped in authoritarianism.

  51. How Does Harris View Big Business? Her Time as California’s Top Lawyer Offers Clues Business, Yesterday

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

  52. Stressed About the Election? Don’t Take It Out on Your Investments Business, Yesterday

    It may be tempting, one economist says, to think that if your side wins, the economy will be all right. But no matter who wins, it may not be as good or as bad as you think.

  53. Who Will Win Florida? What Polls Say About an Eternal Mystery Politics, Yesterday

    Joe Biden has cut into President Trump’s edge among suburbanites and older voters, but his support from Latino voters appears weaker than Hillary Clinton’s was.

  54. In Pandemic U.K., Brexit Is an Afterthought, as Is Trump Foreign, Yesterday

    British voters who opted in 2016 for leaving the European Union seem ready to move on from the president, who is widely disliked despite his cheerleading for that cause.

  55. The Field: The Shy Biden Voters Among Florida’s Seniors Podcasts, Yesterday

    In the swing state’s conservative retirement communities, some voters have switched sides. And some of them have reason to worry about what the neighbors might think.

  56. Florida Could Decide the Election. Inside the Count That’s Already Underway. Interactive, Yesterday

    About 50 million Americans have already voted by mail. Here’s what processing those ballots looks like in a crucial swing state.

  57. Estados Unidos toma previsiones ante las potenciales amenazas contra las elecciones en Español, Yesterday

    En los días previos a la elección presidencial, los funcionarios electorales y los expertos en ciberseguridad monitorean los diversos métodos que podrían usar los gobiernos extranjeros y grupos de piratas informáticos para interferir.

  58. What Makes a Man Manly? Trump and Biden Offer Competing Answers Upshot, Yesterday

    Amid a large gender gap among voters, one version of masculinity stresses toughness and the other a duty to protect the weak.

  59. Sharknado Goes to Washington Op Ed, Yesterday

    Donald Trump has made America exceptional all right — exceptionally off track.

  60. In Michigan, a Suburban County That Flipped Blue Isn’t Looking Back Politics, Yesterday

    Oakland County, Mich., a Republican stronghold 12 years ago that is now solidly Democratic, is a prime example of the political evolution taking place in many of the nation’s suburbs.

  61. The Day After Election Day Op Ed, Yesterday

    Current and former Trump administration officials are worried about what might happen on Nov. 4.

  62. In Trump and Biden, a Choice of Teetotalers for President Politics, Yesterday

    Spirits may be low around the country, but don’t expect them to be raised in the White House after the election; neither President Trump nor Joseph R. Biden Jr. partakes in alcohol.

  63. The President Has Made Selfishness Our National Credo Op Ed, Yesterday

    Trump unleashed our inner Scrooge.

  64. 2016 Nonvoters, a Key Prize for Biden and Trump, Turn Out in Droves Politics, Yesterday

    In Pennsylvania and other battlegrounds, both parties are succeeding in coaxing infrequent voters off the sidelines. The all-important question is who does it better.

  65. Trump Woke Us Up Op Ed, Yesterday

    Many Americans have lost the comfortable bliss of not paying attention to politics.

  66. In Building Economic Team, Biden Faces Tug From Left and Center Washington, Yesterday

    The Democratic nominee is seeking to balance experience and diversity in preparing a team for a potential administration if he wins in November.

  67. Don’t Fool Yourself. Trump Is Not an Aberration. Op Ed, Yesterday

    Many of the worst things the president has said and done were said and done by his predecessors.

  68. The Opportunities We Lost Under Trump Op Ed, Yesterday

    The 2016 election should have forced change on all our factions. With Trump’s help, they’ve all reverted back to type.

  69. Biden Can Fix Latinos’ Disappointment With Democrats Op Ed, Yesterday

    Latino communities haven’t forgotten Obama’s promise.

  70. Goodbye Principled Conservatism Op Ed, Yesterday

    Under Trump, the politics of resentment now govern the Republican Party.

  71. The Woman President Who Wasn’t Op Ed, Yesterday

    Trump may have beaten Hillary Clinton, but the story doesn’t end there.

  72. Trump Has Made the Whole World Darker Op Ed, Yesterday

    America has become just as cynically transactional in its foreign dealings as Russia and China.

  73. The Friendships Trump Pulled Apart Op Ed, Yesterday

    His corrosiveness has caused friends to lose trust.

  74. What if America Gets a Divorce? And Other Final Election Predictions Op Ed, Yesterday

    With just days left until Election Day, Michelle Goldberg and Ross Douthat are joined by the Time magazine columnist and senior editor of The Dispatch, David French.

  75. This Election Map Will Be Everywhere. Don’t Let It Fool You. Interactive, Yesterday

    It’s full of tricks and optical illusions.

  76. Trump and Biden Converge in Florida, an Elusive Prize Still Up for Grabs Politics, October 29

    The presidential rivals both appeared in Tampa, confronting their vulnerabilities and courting a range of voters, a clear sign that both see their political fortunes tied to the state.

  77. Coronavirus, Nice Attacks, U.S. Election: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, October 29

    Here’s what you need to know.

  78. Five Great Things Biden Has Already Done Op Ed, October 29

    We’re learning not to underestimate the guy.

  79. A focus on Florida, and waiting for Pennsylvania. The Upshot, October 29

  80. Trump’s Hard-Line Immigration Policies Go Before Voters Washington, October 29

    The administration has raced to build the president’s promised border wall and block migrants from entering the United States, but the future of those policies will be determined by the election.

  81. Lies, Damned Lies and Trump Rallies Op Ed, October 29

    Who you gonna believe, me or your own eyes?

  82. Dems Mess With Texas Politics, October 29

    Is this the year that Texas turns blue? Even if not, there’s no denying the political shift in the Lone Star State.

  83. The Voting Suppression Tipping Point Op Ed, October 29

    For years, Republicans have made it harder and harder for Americans to vote. Is that strategy backfiring?

  84. Races to Watch in California National, October 29

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

  85. In Voting Cases, Chief Justice Roberts Is Alone but in Control Washington, October 29

    While the chief justice’s views have not been fully endorsed by any of his colleagues, they have so far prevailed in five recent disputes, delivering victories to both Democrats and Republicans.

  86. Walmart, citing unrest in Philadelphia, takes guns off its sales floors. Business, October 29

    Walmart said the move was motivated by protests and looting that have roiled Philadelphia this week after police killed Walter Wallace Jr. on Monday.

  87. La filantropía de Trump: grandes condonaciones de impuestos y afirmaciones que no siempre cuadran en Español, October 29

    Los registros financieros ocultos del mandatario ponen en duda varios de sus compromisos caritativos y muestran que la mayor parte de sus donaciones provienen de acuerdos de tierras que compensan sus ingresos.

  88. Lingering Mail Problems Worry Voters in Final Week of Election Washington, October 29

    The Postal Service’s performance has not been as bad as initially feared, but handling of mail ballots has been inconsistent enough that some people are choosing to vote in person.

  89. Trump Boasts About G.D.P Growth and Attacks News Media Video, October 29

    President Trump campaigned in Tampa, Fla., Thursday boasting about third-quarter economic gains, and assailing the news media as “the enemy of the people.”

  90. No Selfies or Hugs, but Biden Is Sneaking In Meet and Greets Politics, October 29

    From a distance, with an elbow tap instead of a hug, the former vice president is getting a version of the in-person campaigning he loves.

  91. Let States Split the Electoral College Votes Letters, October 29

    Peter Diamond, a 2010 Nobel laureate in economics, suggests an improvement over the current electoral system. Also: Betsy Gotbaum on voting in New York City; honoring the poll workers.

  92. El dilema del voto venezolano en Estados Unidos en Español, October 29

    La polarización que vimos en Venezuela migró con nosotros. Quienes podemos votar, debemos considerar el modo en el que Trump ha tratado a nuestra comunidad, dentro y fuera del país.

  93. Don’t Be Fooled By Trump’s Anti-Socialist Talk Op Ed, October 29

    Venezuelan-Americans need to see beyond the bluster, and look at the way he has treated our community in the U.S.

  94. What Has Trump Done for Venezuelan-Americans? Op Ed, October 29

    We need to see beyond the bluster, and look at the way he has treated our community in the U.S.

  95. The Venezuela-American Vote, From A First-Timer Opinion, October 29

    Our vote could play a key role in November. We need to see beyond the bluster, and look at the way Trump has treated our community in the U.S.

  96. The Venezuelan-American Vote, From a First-Timer in Florida Op Ed, October 29

    Our vote could play a key role in November. We need to see beyond the bluster, and look at the way Trump has treated our community in the U.S.

  97. How Virus Politics Divided a Conservative Town in Wisconsin’s North Politics, October 29

    A lightly populated area in the critical swing state of Wisconsin serves as a microcosm for the way coronavirus politics is worsening partisan schisms across America.

  98. Transitioning From Fossil Fuels Letters, October 29

    Readers discuss Joe Biden’s debate comment about transitioning away from dependence on oil.

  99. Biden’s Call for ‘National Mask Mandate’ Gains Traction in Public Health Circles Washington, October 29

    A presidential order would almost certainly face a legal challenge. But if elected, Joseph R. Biden Jr. would have other levers at his disposal to make mask wearing a cultural norm.

  100. Women Could Decide the Election. Here’s How They’re Voting. Gender, October 29

    Covid, climate, paychecks: A cross-section of women share what’s top of mind as they cast their votes. Hear them in their own words.

  101. Biden and Cunningham Hold Slim Leads in North Carolina, Poll Finds Politics, October 29

    Joe Biden and Cal Cunningham both led their Republican rivals by three points, a Times/Siena College survey found. Perhaps most notably, 64 percent of respondents said they had already voted.

  102. You (YOU!) Can Stop Election Rumors News Desk, October 29

    As Americans vote amid a pandemic, misleading election information seems to be everywhere.

  103. Pelosi ‘Very Confident’ Biden Will Win Video, October 29

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday that she had already made preparations for the Democratic nominee’s presidency.

  104. What We Know About the Death of Walter Wallace Jr. in Philadelphia Express, October 29

    The fatal shooting of Mr. Wallace, a 27-year-old Black man, set off protests, looting and violent clashes with the police in Pennsylvania, a swing state, days before the presidential election.

  105. Kavanaugh Fixes Error in Election Opinion After Vermont Complaint Express, October 29

    Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh made a correction to a concurring opinion after Vermont officials pointed out that he mistakenly said the state had not changed its election rules.

  106. Here Are the Policy Advisers Who Have Joe Biden’s Ear Politics, October 29

    Mr. Biden has sought advice across the Democratic Party’s ideological spectrum, but his core advisers on the coronavirus, economics, foreign policy and climate change are familiar figures.

  107. La nueva ocupación de Obama: provocar a Trump en Español, October 29

    Saboreando claramente la oportunidad de contraatacar a su sucesor, el expresidente ha estado dispuesto a lanzar golpes en nombre de la campaña de Joe Biden, enfocada en la unidad.

  108. In This Strange Election Year, Foreign Embassies Find Little Access to Democrats Washington, October 29

    The Biden campaign, according to advisers, is concerned over possible perception of foreign meddling in the election — or any comparison to Russian interference on President Trump’s behalf in 2016.

  109. Student Voting Surges Despite Efforts to Suppress It National, October 29

    The coronavirus pandemic and new requirements in Republican-led states created voting obstacles for college students this year. Yet youth participation appears to be on the rise.

  110. Texas Is a Tossup. So Why Won’t Trump or Biden Campaign There? Politics, October 29

    A victory by the Democrats would herald the arrival of a formidable multiracial coalition in the country’s largest red state.

  111. For Stock Markets, ‘an Unwelcome Déjà Vu Feeling’ Business, October 29

    Echoes of the past are spooking investors.

  112. What Turn Are We Really Rounding on the Virus? Politics, October 29

    The president leans into denial for his closing argument: This is your morning tip sheet.

  113. The Field: The Specter of Political Violence Podcasts, October 29

    The election anxieties of Americans across the political spectrum are visible in an alarming place: gun sales figures.

  114. Trump’s Thoroughly Modern Masculinity Op Ed, October 29

    The president isn’t a throwback to old-school masculinity. He’s a he-man specifically engineered for our image-based, sensation-saturated times.

  115. Celebrity Vetting and ‘Helping the President’ to Defeat Coronavirus Despair Washington, October 29

    In a letter to Alex M. Azar II, the health secretary, House Democrats detailed how a $265 million public relations campaign tried to bolster President Trump.

  116. ‘Tsunamis of Misinformation’ Overwhelm Local Election Officials Business, October 29

    From Philadelphia to Sonoma County, Calif., election officials said they were working marathon hours to fight a flood of falsehoods.

  117. Facing Gap in Pennsylvania, Trump Camp Tries to Make Voting Harder Politics, October 29

    Trailing in the polls, President Trump and his campaign are pursuing a three-pronged strategy that would effectively suppress the mail-in vote in the critical state of Pennsylvania.

  118. Why Celebrities Are Wearing Hot Pink Suits Styles, October 29

    There’s a new political fashion statement in town, just in time for the election. Should you wear it?

  119. Four Wasted Years Thinking About Donald Trump Op Ed, October 29

    How this president invaded our brains and destroyed American culture.

  120. How Will I Ever Look at America the Same Way Again? Op Ed, October 29

    What I lost in the Trump years was a kind of innocence.

  121. Trump Killed the Pax Americana Op Ed, October 29

    And it won’t come back even if and when he’s gone.

  122. So, Russia, You Want to Mess With Our Voting Machines? Op Ed, October 29

    The United States should threaten to retaliate — and I’m not talking about economic sanctions or legal indictments.

  123. America Shocked Itself and the World Op Ed, October 29

    The country let some of the worst fears of the founders come true.

  124. Dating in the Run-Up to the Election Styles, October 29

    Singles are putting their political affiliations front and center as they search for partners who share their views, or at least accept them.

  125. Good Design Is the Secret to Better Democracy Interactive, October 29

    Ballots are broken. So we redesigned them.

  126. How Mail Votes Could Delay Election Results Interactive, October 28

    Counting votes by mail involves multiple steps, and in several critical swing states, that process doesn’t begin until Election Day or very close to it.

  127. The polls are here, and they tell a clear story. The Upshot, October 28

  128. ‘Perception Hacks’ and Other Potential Threats to the Election Washington, October 28

    In the final days of voting, election officials and cybersecurity experts are keeping a close eye on a range of possible ways foreign governments and other hackers could interfere.

  129. Take This Trump Election Day Quiz Before It’s Too Late Interactive, October 28

    Some of the president’s moments are unforgettable, even if you try.

  130. Who Is Miles Taylor? Washington, October 28

    A lifelong Republican and a former top official at the Department of Homeland Security, Mr. Taylor took a leave of absence from his job at Google this summer to campaign for Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  131. Texas Primary Election Results: 19th House District Interactive, October 28

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  143. North Carolina Primary Election Results: 12th House District Interactive, October 28

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  146. North Carolina Primary Election Results: 10th House District Interactive, October 28

  147. North Carolina U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

  148. Texas Primary Election Results: 21st House District Interactive, October 28

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  150. North Carolina Primary Election Results: 11th House District Interactive, October 28