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  1. Andrew Yang Wins Endorsement from Left-Wing Rival Metro, Today

    Carlos Menchaca, who bowed out of the New York City mayoral race last month, will endorse his former opponent.

  2. He Said to ‘Kill Your Senators’ in an Online Video. Now He’s on Trial. Metro, Today

    The trial of Brendan Hunt, an avid Trump backer and New York City resident, will be one of the justice system’s first attempts to grapple with the events of Jan. 6.

  3. Why Trump Is Still Their Guy Op Ed, Today

    You don’t hear his name as much. But as far as the G.O.P. is concerned, the former president rules.

  4. Florida Voting Restrictions Bill Clears Hurdle in Legislature Politics, Yesterday

    The bill, which was recently softened, still includes measures like a ban on outside groups giving water to voters near polling places, and it would also empower partisan observers during the ballot-counting process.

  5. Teachers’ Union Backs Stringer for N.Y.C. Mayor, Giving Him a Boost Metro, April 19

    The endorsement comes at a critical time for the city comptroller, who has struggled to gain traction in the race.

  6. There Could Never Be a Female Andrew Yang Op Ed, April 19

    No woman with his résumé would have a chance of becoming New York’s mayor.

  7. Facebook, preparing for Chauvin verdict, to limit posts that might incite violence. Technology, April 19

  8. Facebook, preparing for Chauvin verdict, to limit posts that might incite violence. Business, April 19

    The company said it planned to limit posts that contain misinformation and hate speech related to the trial to keep them from spilling over into real-world harm.

  9. If You Care About Social Justice, You Have to Care About Zoning Op Ed, April 19

    The Biden administration is off to a good start on housing, but it could be doing much more.

  10. Why Political Sectarianism Is a Growing Threat to American Democracy Politics, April 19

    The country is increasingly split into camps that don’t just disagree on policy and politics — they see the other as alien, immoral, a threat. Such political sectarianism is now on the march.

  11. Yang Lands Last Place on Ballot: 5 Takeaways From the Mayor’s Race Metro, April 19

    The ballot order for the June 22 New York mayoral primary was decided by lottery, not alphabetical order, but Andrew Yang will still appear last.

  12. One America News Network Stays True to Trump Business, April 18

    A recent OAN segment said there were “serious doubts about who’s actually president,” and another blamed “anti-Trump extremists” for the Capitol attack.

  13. One America News Network Stays True to Trump Business, April 18

    A recent OAN segment said there were “serious doubts about who’s actually president,” and another blamed “anti-Trump extremists” for the Capitol attack.

  14. Fund-Raising Surged for Republicans Who Sought to Overturn the Election Washington, April 17

    The lawmakers, who encouraged their followers to protest in Washington on Jan. 6, have capitalized on the riot to draw huge campaign donations.

  15. 100 Days Without Trump on Twitter: A Nation Scrolls More Calmly Politics, April 17

    Democrats are breathing easier. Republicans are crying censorship. For all of the country’s news consumers, a strange quiet has descended after a four-year bombardment of presidential verbiage.

  16. Dark Money in the New York Mayor’s Race Politics, April 16

    This year’s election is shaping up to be the city’s first in which super PACs play a major role.

  17. How Democrats Who Lost in Deep-Red Places Might Have Helped Biden Politics, April 16

    A study by a liberal group found a reverse coattails effect in 2020: Down-ballot candidates may have helped elect President Biden, rather than the other way around.

  18. Vernon Jones, a Pro-Trump Republican, Will Challenge Kemp in Georgia Politics, April 15

    Vernon Jones, a Democrat-turned-Republican and former state representative who has called Georgia’s presidential election “fixed,” will oppose Gov. Brian Kemp, one of Donald Trump’s top targets.

  19. The Mayoral Race Heats Up for Top Contenders Metro, April 15

    The Working Families Party endorsed three candidates, and Andrew Yang encountered some animosity.

  20. He Has Trained to Be Mayor for Decades. Will Voters Be Persuaded? Metro, April 14

    Scott Stringer’s deep experience in New York City politics has yet to translate into momentum in the mayor’s race. Could an endorsement from the Working Families Party help?

  21. Shades of 2016: Republicans Stay Silent on Trump, Hoping He Fades Away Politics, April 14

    Just like when Donald J. Trump was a candidate in 2016, rival Republicans are trying to avoid becoming the target of his attacks or directly confronting him, while hoping someone else will.

  22. Shades of 2016: Republicans Stay Silent on Trump, Hoping He Fades Away Politics, April 14

    Just like when Donald J. Trump was a candidate in 2016, rival Republicans are trying to avoid becoming the target of his attacks or directly confronting him, while hoping someone else will.

  23. New Target for New York’s Ascendant Left: Rep. Carolyn Maloney Metro, April 14

    Justice Democrats, a left-wing group that fueled the rise of Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is backing Rana Abdelhamid’s primary bid.

  24. Democrats Were Lukewarm on Campaign Biden. They Love President Biden. Politics, April 14

    Joe Biden never captured the hearts of Democratic voters in the way Barack Obama once did. But now that he is in office, he is drawing nearly universal approval from his party.

  25. New Target for New York’s Ascendant Left: Rep. Carolyn Maloney Metro, April 14

    Justice Democrats, a left-wing group that fueled the rise of Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is backing Rana Abdelhamid’s primary bid.

  26. Democrats Were Lukewarm on Campaign Biden. They Love President Biden. Politics, April 14

    Joe Biden never captured the hearts of Democratic voters in the way Barack Obama once did. But now that he is in office, he is drawing nearly universal approval from his party.

  27. The Marriage Between Republicans and Big Business Is on the Rocks Op Ed, April 14

    But the internal contradictions of “woke capitalism” are a mixed blessing for the Democratic Party.

  28. Republicans in two rural Georgia counties censure Gov. Brian Kemp and others Politics, April 13

    The actions were driven by anger over the governor’s refusal to overturn the state’s 2020 results in favor of Trump.

  29. Can These Democratic Pollsters Figure Out What Went Wrong? Politics, April 13

    Five competing Democratic polling firms put their heads (and their data) together about 2020.

  30. As Michigan G.O.P. Plans Voting Limits, Top Corporations Fire a Warning Shot Politics, April 13

    State Republicans pushing a new voting law are threatening to use a rarely invoked option to circumvent a promised veto by the governor. And Michigan businesses are trying to get out ahead of the issue.

  31. Smartmatic says disinformation on Fox News about the election was ‘no accident.’ Business, April 12

    The company was responding to a motion filed by Fox that argued that mentions of Smartmatic were part of its reporting on a newsworthy event.

  32. A leading Democratic super PAC criticizes the party’s 2020 spending as not ‘smart enough.’ U.S., April 12

    The super PAC, Priorities USA, argued in a new analysis that Democrats spent billions of dollars in campaign cash in ways that failed to target many of the voters needed to win down-ballot races.

  33. The State of the Mayoral Race in N.Y.C. Metro, April 12

    The Democratic primary that will likely determine the next mayor is fast approaching, and the race is heating up among top contenders.

  34. Who Will ‘Vax Daddy’ Endorse? 5 Takeaways From N.Y.C. Mayor’s Race. Metro, April 12

    Candidates vied for the backing of the influential teachers’ union and other players, and one contender made a journey to Minneapolis.

  35. 10 Weeks to the Finish Line: New York’s Mayoral Race Heats Up Metro, April 11

    With the primary weeks away, candidates are sharpening their attacks, ramping up in-person events and preparing to spend the millions of dollars that they have stockpiled.

  36. ‘Sense of Disappointment’ on the Left as the N.Y.C. Mayor’s Race Unfolds Metro, April 10

    Even as New York has veered toward the left, two more-moderate candidates, Andrew Yang and Eric Adams, lead the mayoral race.

  37. How Brian Kemp Is Rebounding Against Trump’s Wrath Politics, April 8

    After resisting Donald Trump’s demands to overturn Georgia’s election results, Gov. Brian Kemp was an outcast in his own party. Now he’s embraced the state’s new voting bill as a way to rebuild his standing.

  38. For These Republicans, 2024 Is Just Around the Corner Politics, April 7

    Mike Pence. Mike Pompeo. Rick Scott. They share big ambitions, but one name hovers above them all …

  39. After the Capitol Riot, Democrats Are Torn Over Working With the G.O.P. Washington, April 7

    An uneasy détente has emerged between congressional Republicans and Democrats after the Jan. 6 attack, but relationships are badly frayed.

  40. G.O.P. Group Warns of ‘Defector’ List if Donors Uncheck Recurring Box Politics, April 7

    The National Republican Congressional Committee says to donors who opt out of recurring monthly donations: “We will have to tell Trump you’re a DEFECTOR.”

  41. G.O.P. Group Warns of ‘Defector’ List If Donors Uncheck Recurring Box Politics, April 7

    The National Republican Congressional Committee says to donors who opt out of recurring monthly donations: “We will have to tell Trump you’re a DEFECTOR.”

  42. Why Kentucky Just Became the Only Red State to Expand Voting Rights Politics, April 7

    Republican lawmakers and the state’s Democratic governor backed a new law that proved the exception to the trend of G.O.P.-led legislatures moving to restrict ballot access.

  43. Justice Breyer says expanding the Supreme Court could undermine its authority. Washington, April 7

    Justice Stephen G. Breyer’s talk, on the nature of the court’s authority, had a valedictory quality.

  44. Boehner Blasts Trump, Saying He ‘Incited That Bloody Insurrection’ Politics, April 7

    In his new book, John Boehner, the Republican former House speaker, sharply rebukes the former president for his role in the “mob violence” at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

  45. The Fear That Is Shaping American Politics Op Ed, April 7

    It affects everyone from Joe Manchin to Joe Biden.

  46. Justin Fairfax Accuses Terry McAuliffe of Treating Him Like Emmett Till Politics, April 6

    At a debate for Virginia governor, Mr. Fairfax, the state’s lieutenant governor, denounced Mr. McAuliffe for urging him to resign after women accused Mr. Fairfax of sexual assault in 2019.

  47. Biden Keeps Trump’s Policy Retaining Land Mines in U.S. Arsenal, for Now Washington, April 6

    On the campaign trail, Joseph R. Biden Jr. had pledged to reverse his predecessor’s land mine policy. A Pentagon spokesman said the matter was under review.

  48. Ex-Trump Official Fined and Barred From Government Over R.N.C. Video Metro, April 6

    Lynne Patton recruited and interviewed public housing tenants in New York City for a pro-Trump re-election video. The residents accused her of tricking them into participating.

  49. Georgia’s New Law, and the Risk of Election Subversion Upshot, April 6

    A reminder from a January phone call that the reform bill by congressional Democrats may not have the proper protections.

  50. What We Learned From 15 Million Guesses About a Neighborhood’s Politics Interactive, April 6

    Can sidewalks, pickup trucks and American flags offer clues? Revisiting readers’ perceptions of politics, density and place.

  51. Yang Drives the Bus, Republicans Joust: 5 Takeaways From N.Y.C. Mayor’s Race Metro, April 5

    The Democratic candidates vowed to stop Zooming and get out more, and a rap video earned mixed reviews.

  52. How Trump Steered Supporters Into Unwitting Donations Politics, April 3

    Online donors were guided into weekly recurring contributions. Demands for refunds spiked. Complaints to banks and credit card companies soared. But the money helped keep Donald Trump’s struggling campaign afloat.

  53. Georgia’s Election Law, and Why Turnout Isn’t Easy to Turn Off Upshot, April 3

    Making voting convenient doesn’t necessarily translate into more votes, research shows.

  54. One Republican’s Lonely Fight Against a Flood of Disinformation Politics, April 3

    After losing an ugly congressional race last year, Denver Riggleman is leading a charge against the conspiracy-mongering coursing through his party. He doesn’t have many allies.

  55. Trump’s Latino Support Was More Widespread Than Thought, Report Finds Politics, April 2

    While Latinos played a major role in Democratic victories last year, Donald Trump’s outreach to them proved successful in states around the country, not just in certain geographic areas.

  56. Where Are the Least Fortunate Americans Supposed to Live? Op Ed, April 2

    Biden’s new $2 trillion-plus jobs plan recognizes that homes are part of the nation’s infrastructure.

  57. It’s Not Too Early to Start Courting Latino Voters Op Ed, April 1

    Democrats will need their votes to keep control of the Senate and House after the midterms.

  58. A Conversation With Senator Raphael Warnock Podcasts, March 31

    As struggles over voting rights loom across the United States, Georgia’s first Black senator shares his vision for the future.

  59. The Fate of Biden’s Agenda Hangs in the Balance Op Ed, March 31

    And it isn’t all about the filibuster.

  60. A National Campaign to Restrict Voting Podcasts, March 30

    Following the 2020 election, Georgia Republicans have restricted voting rights. Other states are likely to follow suit.

  61. From Serial: The Improvement Association Podcasts, March 30

    A true story about election fraud.

  62. The G.O.P. Has Some Voters It Likes and Some It Doesn’t Op Ed, March 30

    This is what happens when a political party turns against democracy.

  63. How a Surprise Candidate Has Shaken Up a Key New York City Election Metro, March 29

    The late entry of the City Council speaker, Corey Johnson, inserted tension, money and name recognition into the comptroller’s race. The winner will guide New York’s post-pandemic economic recovery.

  64. Lara Trump Joins Fox News as a Paid Contributor Business, March 29

    The daughter-in-law of former President Donald J. Trump appeared as a frequent guest on the cable channel during the 2020 campaign. Her hiring was the latest example of the revolving door between Fox and Mr. Trump’s circle.

  65. New Jersey Will Expand Voting Rights, as Some States Limit Them Metro, March 29

    New Jersey, a state controlled by Democrats, will offer more than a week of early in-person voting for the first time before November’s election.

  66. Yang and Adams Clash, Councilman Exits: 5 Takeaways From N.Y.C. Mayor’s Race Metro, March 29

    The campaigns of Andrew Yang and Eric Adams exchanged harsh attacks, and Carlos Menchaca, a city councilman from Brooklyn, dropped out of the race.

  67. Do You Think You Can Tell How a Neighborhood Voted Just by Looking Around? Interactive, March 28

    An interactive, street-level tour of America’s full political landscape.

  68. Georgia G.O.P. Fires Opening Shot in Fight to Limit Voting Politics, March 26

    Civil rights groups quickly challenged a new law placing restrictions on voting, while President Biden denounced it as “Jim Crow.” Republicans in other states are determined to follow suit with their own measures.

  69. Fox News Faces Second Defamation Suit Over Election Coverage Business, March 26

    Dominion Voting Systems, an election technology company, accused the channel of advancing lies that devastated its reputation and business.

  70. Fox News Faces Second Defamation Suit Over Election Coverage Business, March 26

    Dominion Voting Systems, an election technology company, accused the news channel of advancing lies that devastated its reputation and business.

  71. Georgia G.O.P. Passes Major Law to Limit Voting Amid Nationwide Push Politics, March 25

    The law, which has been denounced by Democrats and voting rights groups, comes as Republican-controlled legislatures across the country mount the most extensive contraction of ballot access in generations.

  72. Why the Georgia G.O.P.’s Voting Rollbacks Will Hit Black People Hard Politics, March 25

    The state’s new Republican-crafted law is set to restrict voting access in ways that Democrats and voting rights groups say will have an outsize impact on Black voters.

  73. Georgia Republicans enact a major law to restrict voting, part of a nationwide push. U.S., March 25

    The law makes Georgia the first major battleground state to sharply limit voting access amid a nationwide Republican effort.

  74. The Georgia House passes a sweeping bill to restrict voting, after dialing back a few measures. Washington, March 25

    The bill’s passage cleared a major hurdle in the Republican-led effort to limit ballot access in the state. The legislation will now go back to the State Senate.

  75. The Georgia House passes a sweeping bill to restrict voting, after dialing back a few measures. U.S., March 25

  76. Zuckerberg, Dorsey and Pichai will testify about disinformation. Technology, March 25

  77. Zuckerberg, Dorsey and Pichai testify about disinformation. Business, March 25

  78. Democrats Begin Push for Biggest Expansion of Voting Since 1960s Washington, March 24

    Democrats characterized the far-reaching elections overhaul as the civil rights battle of modern times. Republicans called it a power grab that would put their party at a permanent disadvantage.

  79. Republicans Aim to Seize More Power Over How Elections Are Run Politics, March 24

    G.O.P. lawmakers in at least eight states controlled by the party are trying to gain broad influence over the mechanics of voting, in an effort that could further undermine the country’s democratic norms.

  80. N.Y.C. Mayoral Poll Finds a Clear Front-Runner: Undecided Metro, March 24

    Fifty percent of likely Democratic voters still don’t know whom they want to be the next mayor of New York, a poll found.

  81. N.Y.C. Mayoral Poll Finds a Clear Front-Runner: Undecided New York, March 24

    Fifty percent of likely Democratic voters still don’t know whom they want to be the next mayor of New York, a poll found. “It’s an open race,” the founder of the firm that sponsored it said.

  82. N.Y.C. Mayoral Poll Finds a Clear Front-Runner: Undecided Metro, March 24

    Fifty percent of likely Democratic voters still don’t know whom they want to be the next mayor of New York, a poll found.

  83. We See the Left. We See the Right. Can Anyone See the ‘Exhausted Majority’? Op Ed, March 24

    If it’s gone, the consequences are enormous.

  84. Postal Service Plans Price Increases and Service Cuts to Shore Up Finances Washington, March 23

    The 10-year plan, which would lengthen promised delivery times and reduce post office hours, among other provisions, drew immediate condemnation from Democrats in Congress.

  85. House Review of Narrow Iowa Election Win Revives Partisan Brawl Washington, March 23

    After one of the closest contests in American history, the House must now decide whether to unseat Mariannette Miller-Meeks, a Republican.

  86. What Are Republicans So Afraid Of? Op Ed, March 23

    Instead of conspiracy-mongering about an election they did well in, they could try to win real majorities.

  87. Eric Greitens and Mo Brooks Announce Senate Bids in Missouri and Alabama Politics, March 22

    The hard-right Republicans’ entry to the races for open Senate seats heralded fiercely contested G.O.P. primaries in the two deeply conservative states.

  88. Trump Endorses a Loyalist, Jody Hice, for Georgia Secretary of State Politics, March 22

    By supporting a challenger to Georgia’s current secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, the former president signaled that he wants Republicans who opposed his election falsehoods to pay politically.

  89. Trump endorses Jody Hice, a congressman, to run against Georgia’s secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger. U.S., March 22

    Mr. Raffensperger, a Republican, is among the top targets for former President Donald J. Trump, along with the state’s governor, Brian Kemp.

  90. Louisiana Primary Election Results 2021 Interactive, March 20

    See full results and maps from the Louisiana special primary elections.

  91. Live Impeachment Stream: Senate Trial Analysis Interactive, February 10

    New York Times reporters covered the second day of former President Donald J. Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial. The proceeding on Wednesday included the beginning of the prosecution’s case that the former president incited violence at the Capitol.

  92. Lie After Lie: Listen to How Trump Built His Alternate Reality Interactive, February 9

    Donald J. Trump’s lies and calls to action were embraced by his supporters, then amplified by rioters at the Capitol.

  93. Live Impeachment Stream: Senate Trial Analysis Interactive, February 9

    New York Times reporters covered the first day of former President Donald J. Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial. The trial began Tuesday with a debate about the constitutionality of putting a former president on trial.

  94. An Extremely Detailed Map of the 2020 Election Interactive, February 2

    An interactive map that lets readers explore in new detail how most states voted in the 2020 presidential election.

  95. How Armed Protests Are Creating a New Kind of Politics Interactive, January 26

    Americans have often ignored the political implications of the country’s enormous arsenal of privately owned, military-style weapons. Did Jan. 6 change that?

  96. A Closer Look at Who Attended President Biden’s Inauguration Interactive, January 21

    This interactive photo shows you who was there and where they sat.

  97. What Are You Hoping For Over the Next Four Years? Interactive, January 20

    Share your thoughts with other readers.

  98. Full Analysis of the 2021 Inauguration of President Joe Biden Interactive, January 20

    New York Times reporters provided live coverage of Inauguration Day, as former President Donald J. Trump departed the White House and President Joseph R. Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States.

  99. Raphael Warnock and the Solitude of the Black Senator Interactive, January 20

    The Georgia pastor will be just the 11th Black U.S. senator. His victory came amid an attempt to delegitimize election results — a pattern for more than a 150 years.

  100. Joe Biden’s Long Road to the Presidency Interactive, January 20

    Joe Biden’s journey from local government to the White House spanned half a century, with political triumphs and devastating personal tragedies along the way.

  101. To Understand This Chaotic Transition, Rewind to the Last One Interactive, January 11

    The handoff from Obama to Trump was fraught and unprecedented in ways the public didn’t see at the time. It was a prelude to so much that followed.

  102. How a Pro-Trump Mob Stormed the U.S. Capitol Interactive, January 6

    Hundreds of people barreled past fence barricades and clashed with police officers in an attempt to disrupt the certification of the Electoral College results.

  103. Vote Certification Proceedings Restart After Siege at Capitol: Reporter Analysis Interactive, January 6

    The debate in Congress to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory has renewed hours after the proceeding was disrupted by a pro-Trump mob storming the Capitol. We covered the evening’s events as they unfolded.

  104. What to Expect When Congress Meets to Certify Biden’s Victory Interactive, January 5

    A normally perfunctory joint session will be more dramatic than usual on Wednesday as some Republican lawmakers plan to object to the electoral vote count. Their effort, based on spurious claims of widespread voter fraud, is all but certain to fail.

  105. Georgia Senate Runoff Election Results Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Georgia Senate runoff elections.

  106. Georgia Runoff Results: Loeffler vs. Warnock Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Georgia Senate runoff special election.

  107. Election Needles: Georgia Senate Runoffs Interactive, January 5

    Modeling the Senate runoff election results.

  108. Georgia Runoff Results: Perdue vs. Ossoff Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Georgia Senate runoff election.

  109. Election Day Voting in 2020 Took Longer in America’s Poorest Neighborhoods Interactive, January 4

    An analysis of voting times based on anonymous smartphone location data.

  110. Immigrant Neighborhoods Shifted Red as the Country Chose Blue Interactive, December 20

    These maps show how areas with Latino and Asian residents shifted the vote in a way that may scramble the future of electoral politics, according to a New York Times analysis of 28,000 precincts.

  111. The Best of Late Night This Week 🌙 Interactive, December 18

    Vaccines, Joe Biden's victory and bombshells from Trump's world provided a perfect recipe for late night. Here's what the hosts had to say.

  112. Biden’s 306 Electoral College Votes Make His Victory Official Interactive, December 14

    See how the 538 members of the Electoral College voted for president.

  113. Louisiana Runoff Election Results: Fifth Congressional District Interactive, December 5

    See full results and maps from the Louisiana congressional runoff election.

  114. The Best of Late Night This Week Interactive, December 4

    Late-night hosts enjoyed this bit of comparatively lighter fare this week before returning to Trump. Here are some highlights.

  115. Which States Have Certified Presidential Vote Totals Interactive, November 20

    Here’s a look at how many electoral votes have been certified — or made official — so far.

  116. Where Georgia’s Hand Recount Differed From the Initial Tally, by County Interactive, November 19

    Georgia’s vote audit found more than 5,000 new votes but left Joe Biden’s victory intact.

  117. He’s a Former Cop. He Wants to Be Mayor of N.Y.C. Interactive, November 18

    Over a Zoom call, Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, officially announced his run for New York City mayor.

  118. Detailed Turnout Data Shows How Georgia Turned Blue Interactive, November 17

    Huge gains in the Atlanta suburbs make up for a decline in the Black share of the electorate.

  119. Even in Defeat, Trump Found New Voters Across the U.S. Interactive, November 16

    Though turnout was explosive for both candidates, President Trump found 10.1 million new supporters across the country, allowing him to expand his base.

  120. Counties That Suffered Higher Unemployment Rates Voted for Biden Interactive, November 16

    The counties won by Joe Biden experienced worse job losses, on average, during the initial wave of pandemic layoffs than the counties where President Trump was strongest.

  121. How Did Trump Do in Counties That Backed Him in 2016? Interactive, November 11

    See how well President Trump fared among his most ardent supporters from four years ago.

  122. Phoenix’s Blue Wave Pushes Arizona Toward Biden Interactive, November 9

    The presidential race in Arizona remains close, but Joseph R. Biden Jr. was able to draw voters in Phoenix who could help him flip the state.

  123. How Biden Flipped Pennsylvania and Won the Election Interactive, November 7

    As eastern counties shifted left, Joe Biden was propelled into victory in a state that President Trump narrowly won in 2016.

  124. The Best of Late Night This Week Interactive, November 6

    “What a year this week has been,” said every American every week of 2020. To infuse a little levity, here are highlights from this week’s late-night talk shows.

  125. How the Suburbs Moved Away From Trump Interactive, November 6

    As these areas diversify, the president’s law and order appeal did not prevent a tilt toward Biden.

  126. Michigan Flips Back to the Democrats Interactive, November 5

    Joe Biden was propelled to victory in this historically Democratic battleground with the help of increased turnout in Detroit and its wealthy suburbs.

  127. Biden Flips Wisconsin, Fueled by Support From Cities and Suburbs Interactive, November 5

    Rural voters continued to support President Trump, but some counties that swung far to the right in 2016 moved left in 2020.

  128. Biden Flips Wisconsin, Fueled by Support From Cities and Suburbs Interactive, November 5

    Rural voters continued to support President Trump, but some counties that swung far to the right in 2016 moved left in 2020.

  129. Hispanic Voters Deliver a Texas Win for Trump Interactive, November 5

    The Rio Grande Valley shifted decisively toward President Trump, cancelling out votes for Joseph R. Biden Jr. in urban and suburban areas.

  130. Trump Fights to Keep North Carolina Red Interactive, November 4

    President Trump held a lead in North Carolina, as he appeared to gain traction with Black voters while maintaining support from his base.

  131. Trump Fights to Keep North Carolina Red Interactive, November 4

    President Trump held a lead in North Carolina, as he appeared to gain traction with Black voters while maintaining support from his base.

  132. Tight Georgia Race Comes Down to Metro Atlanta Interactive, November 4

    President Trump on Wednesday held a narrow lead in the state as votes were counted in Atlanta, where Joseph R. Biden Jr. has made big gains in support.

  133. Tight Georgia Race Comes Down to Metro Atlanta Interactive, November 4

    President Trump on Wednesday held a narrow lead in the state as votes were counted in Atlanta, where Joseph R. Biden Jr. has made big gains in support.

  134. Florida Shifts Further Right Interactive, November 4

    President Trump won Florida by a larger margin than in 2016, bolstered by support from Cuban-American voters in Miami-Dade County, a Democratic stronghold.

  135. Florida Shifts Further Right Interactive, November 4

    President Trump won Florida by a larger margin than in 2016, bolstered by support from Cuban-American voters in Miami-Dade County, a Democratic stronghold.

  136. Explore Trump and Biden’s Paths to Victory Interactive, November 4

    Select a winner in the states below to see either candidate’s paths to the presidency.

  137. Race Calls: Tracking the News Outlets That Have Called States for Trump or Biden Interactive, November 3

    These nine news organizations weigh a range of data before declaring or projecting winners, and some may be more cautious than others.

  138. Kentucky Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  139. North Carolina Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  140. Texas Election Results: 26th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Texas election.

  141. Texas Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Texas election.

  142. Montana Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  143. Utah Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Utah election.

  144. South Dakota Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  145. Utah Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Utah election.

  146. Virginia Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Virginia election.

  147. Alabama Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  148. New Jersey Question 1 Election Results: Legalize Recreational Marijuana Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the New Jersey election.

  149. New Jersey Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  150. Indiana Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted