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  1. The Arizona G.O.P. Is Sticking With Trumpism, Whether Arizona Republicans Like It or Not Politics, Today

    Despite losing a Senate seat and seeing Joe Biden win the state, state party leaders in the land of Barry Goldwater and John McCain aren’t switching gears. They’re doubling down.

  2. The Next Trump Op Ed, Today

    There is no one quite like him in the Republican Party. So where should we look for the president’s inheritors?

  3. Joe Did It. But How? Op Ed, Today

    Biden’s campaign strategy put Democrats in agony. Here’s why it worked.

  4. Joe Did It. But How? Video, Today

    Biden’s campaign strategies often worried Democrats. But they worked.

  5. Why Rage Over the 2020 Election Could Last Well Past Trump National, Yesterday

    A vast majority of Americans do not approve of the riot at the Capitol. But experts warn that the widespread belief there was election fraud, while false, could have dangerous, lasting effects.

  6. Toma de posesión en EE. UU.: una guía para el día del evento en Español, Yesterday

    Washington se prepara para disturbios y los organizadores instan a la gente a no asistir debido a la pandemia. Habrá eventos virtuales para mantener el espíritu de celebración.

  7. Rivals Mock Andrew Yang: 5 Takeaways From the Mayor’s Race Metro, Yesterday

    Andrew Yang’s visit to a “bodega” drew digs from other contenders, and his entry in the New York City’s race seemed to shake up the contest.

  8. Fox Settled a Lawsuit Over Its Lies. But It Insisted on One Unusual Condition. Business, January 17

    Why did the network insist an agreement with the family of a murdered young man remain undisclosed until after the election?

  9. Fox Agreed to Pay for Telling Lies. But It Insisted on One Unusual Condition. Business, January 17

    Why did the network insist its hyping of a conspiracy theory stay secret until after the election?

  10. Kevin McCarthy Finds That Charm Has Its Limits Op Ed, January 17

    Many people will not forgive the Republican House leader’s blatant acts to embrace and perpetuate dangerous lies that threatened democracy.

  11. Security Tightens Around U.S. Capitol Video, January 17

    The police and members of the National Guard filled the Capitol and the streets of Washington ahead of possible armed protests on Sunday and the inauguration of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. on Jan. 20.

  12. Images From the Capitol Under Siege Editorial, January 16

    The usual bustle of lawmakers moving in and out of offices gave way to a horrific scene.

  13. Banner Headlines for Tumultuous Times Express, January 16

    For this newspaper, the extraordinary events of the past few months have demanded headlines that take up space.

  14. Trump’s ‘Law and Order’: One More Deceptive Tactic Is Exposed Politics, January 16

    The president’s response to the riot at the Capitol underscored the ways he has twisted the phrase “law and order” over the past four years.

  15. Lankford Apologizes to Black Voters for Backing Trump’s Election Deceit Washington, January 15

    The Oklahoma senator, who is up for re-election in 2022, said he had not realized his objection to the election results would be seen as a direct attack on the voting rights of people of color.

  16. Atlanta Prosecutor Appears to Move Closer to Trump Inquiry Politics, January 15

    The Fulton County district attorney is weighing an inquiry into possible election interference and is said to be considering hiring an outside counsel.

  17. Cash Is Pouring Into the N.Y.C. Mayoral Race. Here’s Who Has the Most. Metro, January 15

    Eric Adams and Scott Stringer, two of the best-known candidates, continue to far outpace the rest of the Democratic field in raising money.

  18. Photos of Trump ally who visited the White House capture notes about martial law. Politics, January 15

    President Trump, isolated and watching the clock count down on his time in the White House, spent some of it on Friday with the C.E.O. of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, who brought some notes with him.

  19. A Republican senator from Oklahoma apologizes to Black constituents for seeking to disenfranchise them. Politics, January 15

    Senator James Lankford said in a letter that he had never intended to “diminish the voice of any Black American” by questioning the election results. Still, he added, “I should have recognized how what I said and what I did could be interpreted by...

  20. North Korea Unveils New Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile Foreign, January 15

    Days before President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s inauguration, the North made its latest demonstration of its nuclear might at a Pyongyang military parade.

  21. ‘Stop the Steal’ Didn’t Start With Trump Op Ed, January 15

    Mainstream Republicans and conservative commentators have been pushing the idea that Democrats can only win through fraud for decades.

  22. La conclusión predestinada de una presidencia en Español, January 15

    El segundo proceso de destitución al presidente Trump —en un Capitolio rodeado de tropas— parecía la culminación inevitable de cuatro años que dejan a una nación fracturada, molesta y sin sentido claro de identidad.

  23. After 2 Impeachments, Giuliani Vows to Continue His Fervor for Trump Washington, January 14

    White House officials are universally angry with Rudolph W. Giuliani and blame him for both of President Trump’s impeachments. But he remains one of few people still willing to join Mr. Trump in the foxhole.

  24. Abandon Trump? Deep in the G.O.P. Ranks, the MAGA Mind-Set Prevails Politics, January 14

    As President Trump prepares to exit the White House, his ideas, including falsehoods and conspiracy theories, continue to exert a gravitational pull among grass-roots G.O.P. officials.

  25. Trump Ignites a War Within the Church Op Ed, January 14

    After a week of Trumpist mayhem, white evangelicals wrestle with what they’ve become.

  26. How Sustainable Is the Rally in Renewable Energy Stocks? Sunday Business, January 14

    Solar and wind power companies have soared in value. Are they in a bubble or in a virtuous upward cycle?

  27. Kelly Loeffler and the N.Y.S.E. Business, January 14

    One company may have a harder time than most separating itself from the controversy at the Capitol.

  28. They Used to Post Selfies. Now They’re Trying to Reverse the Election. Op Ed, January 14

    Right-wing influencers embraced extremist views, and Facebook rewarded them.

  29. Trump Impeached for Inciting Insurrection Washington, January 13

    President Trump became the first president to be impeached twice, after the House approved a single charge citing his role in whipping up a mob that stormed the Capitol. He faces a Senate trial that could disqualify him from future office.

  30. As His Predecessor Is Impeached, Biden Tries to Stay Above the Fray Washington, January 13

    The president-elect has long tried to keep from being sucked into President Trump’s dramas. He may find that posture hard to maintain when he takes office and the Senate puts Mr. Trump on trial.

  31. A Preordained Coda to a Presidency Washington, January 13

    The impeachment of President Trump for a second time — in a Capitol ringed by troops — seemed like the almost inevitable culmination of four years that left the nation fractured, angry and losing its sense of self.

  32. Inauguration Day: What You Need to Know Washington, January 14

    Washington is preparing for unrest, and planners urge people not to attend during a pandemic, but virtual events are intended to keep up the spirit of celebration.

  33. Under Heavy Pressure, Trump Releases Video Condemning Capitol Siege Washington, January 13

    The video was made public after President Trump was impeached a second time and after he told his supporters in the hours following the start of the riot last week that “we love you.”

  34. A Preordained Coda to a Presidency Washington, January 13

    The impeachment of President Trump for a second time — in a Capitol ringed by troops — seemed like the almost inevitable culmination of four years that left the nation fractured, angry and losing its sense of self.

  35. Pressure Mounts on Republicans to Buck Trump Amid Impeachment Battle Politics, January 13

    A lengthening list of blue-chip giants of corporate America are pledging to cut off funds to Republicans who opposed certifying the election, and Democrats are planning ad campaigns against them.

  36. The First Step Toward Unity Is Honesty Editorial, January 13

    More Republicans need to be honest that the election wasn’t stolen. Law enforcement needs to be transparent about the threats facing the nation.

  37. Biden’s Inaugural Will Draw Stars, but Not the Crowds of Years Past Culture, January 13

    Inaugurations have long mirrored the nation’s cultural life. Joe Biden’s will feature Tom Hanks, Justin Timberlake and Jon Bon Jovi — remotely, in an age of illness and threats.

  38. ‘Estamos en una lucha del bien contra el mal’: cómo los cristianos evangélicos blancos se fusionaron con el extremismo de Trump en Español, January 13

    Una potente mezcla de agravio y fervor religioso ha impulsado el apoyo entre los leales a Trump, muchos de los cuales se describen como parte de una especie de guerra santa.

  39. Joaquin Castro: Impeachment Manager Has Fought Trump on Immigration Washington, January 13

    The Harvard-educated lawyer, who sits on the Intelligence Committee and once led the Hispanic Caucus, will help prosecute President Trump in the Senate impeachment trial.

  40. Acting Attorney General Vows to Hold Capitol Rioters Accountable Video, January 13

    Jeffrey A. Rosen, the acting attorney general, said those involved in attack on the U.S. Capitol would be held responsible, and that there would be no tolerance for future violent attempts to disrupt the transfer of power.

  41. El día que Mike Pence se hartó de Trump en Español, January 13

    Durante casi cuatro años, el vicepresidente se mordió la lengua frente a los impulsos de su jefe, algo que los críticos dicen que permitió lo peor del presidente. Así fue la semana en que resistió a los insultos y presiones de Trump.

  42. New York Post to Staff: Stay Away From CNN, MSNBC, New York Times and Washington Post Business, January 13

    As the Murdoch tabloid navigates a fraught political moment, high-level editors instructed reporters not to base articles on reporting by four news outlets that President Trump has falsely labeled “fake news.”

  43. New York Post to Staff: Stay Away From CNN, MSNBC, New York Times and Washington Post Business, January 13

    As the Murdoch tabloid navigates a fraught political moment, high-level editors instructed reporters not to base articles on reporting by four news outlets that President Trump has falsely labeled “fake news.”

  44. L’Amérique au bord de l’abîme Magazine, January 13

    Le regard d’un historien du fascisme et des atrocités en politique sur Trump, la foule partisane et ce à quoi il faut s’attendre.

  45. A Trump-aligned pick for U.S. attorney in Georgia dismissed the president’s claims of election fraud. Washington, January 13

    “There’s just nothing to them,” the acting top prosecutor, Bobby L. Christine, said of the claims according to a recording of a conference call.

  46. Wall Street Favorite Raises $5 Million, Jolting New York Mayor’s Race Metro, January 13

    New York’s business community is coalescing behind Raymond J. McGuire, an ex-Wall Street executive, but the support may turn off some left-leaning voters.

  47. Trump Is the Republican Party’s Past and Its Future Op Ed, January 13

    Donald Trump is not an aberration but a blueprint.

  48. Biden to Restore Homeland Security and Cybersecurity Aides to Senior White House Posts Washington, January 13

    The two appointments illustrate how the president-elect appears determined to rebuild a White House national security team to focus on threats that critics say were ignored by President Trump.

  49. McConnell Privately Backs Impeachment as House Moves to Charge Trump Washington, January 12

    The House formally called on Vice President Mike Pence to move to wrest power from the president, as Republican support built for impeaching him of inciting violence against the nation.

  50. Pence Reached His Limit With Trump. It Wasn’t Pretty. Washington, January 12

    After four years of tongue-biting silence that critics say enabled the president’s worst instincts, the vice president would not yield to the pressure and name-calling from his boss.

  51. In Georgia, Trump’s Attacks on Election Still Haunt Republicans Politics, January 12

    In the aftermath of President Trump’s efforts to subvert the election, state officials face harassment and threats, and a district attorney is weighing an inquiry into the president’s actions.

  52. Meet the House G.O.P. Freshmen Emerging as Some of the Party’s Sharpest Critics Washington, January 12

    Even as many freshmen have avoided breaking with President Trump, some have called for a partywide reckoning most of their caucus’s leaders have shied away from.

  53. Trump Is Blowing Apart the G.O.P. God Bless Him. Op Ed, January 12

    There still will be a place for principled Republicans.

  54. Congress United After 9/11, but 1/6 Has Deepened the Divide Washington, January 12

    Many Democrats are in no mood for calls for unity, pushing instead for accountability for Republicans who refused to recognize the election result and fueled divisions that erupted in the Capitol riot.

  55. Trump Seeks Respite in Texas, Where G.O.P. Allies Face Pressure National, January 12

    In visiting the border, Mr. Trump hoped to change the focus from a mob attack on the U.S. Capitol. But Texas is also reeling from the turmoil in Washington.

  56. As Corporate America Flees Trump, MyPillow’s C.E.O. Stands by Him Business, January 12

    Since the siege on the Capitol, Mike Lindell, a strong supporter of President Trump, has continued advertising heavily while repeating misinformation about the election and the attack.

  57. Congress United After 9/11, but 1/6 Has Deepened the Divide Washington, January 12

    Many Democrats are in no mood for calls for unity, pushing instead for accountability for Republicans who refused to recognize the election result and fueled divisions that erupted in the Capitol riot.

  58. Senator Cruz’s communications director resigns. National, January 12

    The communications director, Lauren Blair Bianchi, has resigned as Mr. Cruz continues to face fallout from his efforts to overturn the results of the presidential election.

  59. Getting Corporate Cash Out of Politics Business, January 12

    IBM doesn’t donate to politicians. Perhaps others shouldn’t, either.

  60. Impeachment Isn’t the Only Option Against Trump Op Ed, January 12

    Congress can invoke its constitutional power to bar the president from holding office again.

  61. Sure, Now Ted Cruz and Kevin McCarthy Want ‘Unity’ Op Ed, January 12

    Where was that spirit when election results were being counted?

  62. La historia de un radical: trabajé con uno de los asaltantes del Capitolio en Español, January 12

    En BuzzFeed, nos enfocábamos en realizar contenidos virales para las redes sociales. Un joven empleado aprendió esa noción y la aplicó a la extrema derecha.

  63. How the Republican Party Could Break Op Ed, January 12

    After the Capitol Hill riot, the divide between reality and fantasy may become too wide to bridge.

  64. If It’s Still Trump’s Party, Many Republicans Like Me Will Leave Op Ed, January 12

    I need to believe that if I stick with the G.O.P., I will have a fighting chance at changing its direction.

  65. How White Evangelical Christians Fused With Trump Extremism National, January 11

    A potent mix of grievance and religious fervor has turbocharged the support among Trump loyalists, many of whom describe themselves as participants in a kind of holy war.

  66. House Sets Impeachment Vote to Charge Trump With Incitement Washington, January 11

    Democrats are planning a Tuesday vote to formally call on the vice president to wrest power from President Trump and a Wednesday impeachment vote if he does not.

  67. State Capitols ‘on High Alert,’ Fearing More Violence National, January 11

    Officials around the country are bracing for any spillover from last week’s violent assault on the U.S. Capitol. State legislatures already have become targets for protesters in recent days.

  68. Before Capitol Riot, Republican Lawmakers Fanned the Flames Washington, January 11

    A “1776 moment”: Several of the president’s closest allies in Congress used bellicose language to urge their supporters to attend the Jan. 6 rally that turned into a deadly riot.

  69. Fractured by Trump, the G.O.P. Can’t Agree on a Way Back to Power Politics, January 11

    Many Republican leaders and strategists want to prepare the party for a post-Trump future. But the pro-Trump voter base has other ideas.

  70. Impeach Trump Again Editorial, January 11

    It is a dark day for the nation when the president’s behavior forces Congress to hold him accountable.

  71. After Rivals Pounce, Yang Explains His Family’s Escape From New York Metro, January 11

    Andrew Yang said that his family decided to leave the city during the pandemic in part to help his autistic son “adapt to our new normal.”

  72. 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.

  73. U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Ukrainians Linked to Giuliani for Election Disinformation Washington, January 11

    The Treasury Department accused seven Ukrainians of working with a Russian agent “to spread misleading and unsubstantiated allegations” about President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  74. The talk radio network that airs Dan Bongino and Mark Levin warned staff to stop ‘dog-whistle talk.’ Business, January 11

    Cumulus Media warned employees at 416 stations that they would be fired if they continued to back Trump’s false claims of voter fraud.

  75. Parler, la aplicación que prefieren los seguidores de Trump, enciende el debate sobre la libertad de expresión en Español, January 11

    ¿Quién domina el discurso en línea? La discusión sobre el acceso a las plataformas de redes sociales se avivó cuando los gigantes tecnológicos le quitaron el respaldo al aplicativo.

  76. Can Andrew Yang Make It in New York City Politics? Metro, January 11

    Mr. Yang has name recognition, fund-raising ability and some different ideas on how to run a government. How will that play in a city ravaged by the pandemic?

  77. Big companies pause their political contributions. Business, January 11

    Several Wall Street banks and other companies have said they are reviewing their political giving after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol building.

  78. Big companies pause their political contributions. Business, January 11

    Several Wall Street banks and other companies have said they are reviewing their political giving after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol building.

  79. Money Walks Business, January 11

    Corporate America is rethinking its political donations.

  80. Never Forget What Ted Cruz Did Op Ed, January 11

    The senator has been able to use his Ivy League pedigree as a cudgel. After last week, his credentials should condemn him.

  81. The Roots of Josh Hawley’s Rage Op Ed, January 11

    Why do so many Republicans appear to be at war with both truth and democracy?

  82. Why We Are Introducing an Article of Impeachment Op Ed, January 11

    One of the authors of the impeachment article against President Trump makes his case.

  83. Inside the Billion-Dollar War Against Right-Wing Conspiracists Op Ed, January 11

    John Poulos is the C.E.O. of Dominion Voting Systems. His $1.3 billion suit against an ex-Trump lawyer might be the “first step” in a powerful fight against actual fake news.

  84. Superheroes and an Indoor Fund-Raiser: 5 Takeaways From the Mayor’s Race Metro, January 11

    With a big fund-raising deadline this week, the New York City mayoral candidates are under pressure to reach benchmarks that would qualify them for matching funds.

  85. House Moves to Force Trump Out, Vowing Impeachment if Pence Won’t Act Washington, January 10

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the House would formally call on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to strip President Trump of power, and move to impeach the president if he refused.

  86. We Worked Together on the Internet. Last Week, He Stormed the Capitol. Business, January 10

    At BuzzFeed, we followed the signals of social media. A young employee followed them all the way to Charlottesville and Capitol Hill.

  87. How Parler, a Chosen App of Trump Fans, Became a Test of Free Speech Business, January 10

    The app has renewed a debate about who holds power over online speech after the tech giants yanked their support for it and left it fighting for survival. Parler went dark early on Monday.

  88. Incitement to Riot? What Trump Told Supporters Before Mob Stormed Capitol Washington, January 10

    Here is a closer look at what the president said at a rally of his supporters, which is a central focus of the impeachment case being prepared against him.

  89. Impeach and Convict Trump. Congress Must Defend Itself. Op Ed, January 10

    Trump’s incitement of a riot is a violation of the separation of powers that threatens the foundation of the Republic.

  90. Despite Chaos and Big Losses, Republicans Still Control Most of Georgia Politics, January 10

    Democrats had huge breakthroughs in winning the presidential vote and two Senate runoff elections. But power in the state’s government largely remains in the hands of Republicans.

  91. Despite Chaos and Big Losses, Republicans Still Control Most of Georgia National, January 10

    Democrats had huge breakthroughs in winning the presidential vote and two Senate runoff elections. But power in the state’s government largely remains in the hands of Republicans.

  92. Major Technology Companies Join List of Biden Inaugural Donors Washington, January 9

    The inaugural committee did not disclose how much it has raised so far for the event, which is to be scaled down because of the pandemic.

  93. ‘Our President Wants Us Here’: The Mob That Stormed the Capitol Investigative, January 9

    They came from around the country with different affiliations — QAnon, Proud Boys, elected officials, everyday Americans — united by one allegiance.

  94. Georgia Officials Reveal Third Trump Call Seeking to Influence Election Results National, January 9

    In a December call, President Trump told a Georgia election investigator that the official would be a “national hero” for finding evidence of fraud. White House officials’ pressure on the federal prosecutor in Atlanta to resign was also revealed.

  95. Graham Swarmed by Trump Supporters at National Airport Video, January 9

    Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, was accosted at Reagan National Airport by supporters of President Trump after he failed to uphold Mr. Trump’s false claims of election fraud.

  96. The Myth of American Innocence Editorial, January 9

    The Capitol attack shows the danger of forgetting America’s history.

  97. Facing Backlash, Republicans Confront Trump’s Effect on Their Party Washington, January 9

    In encounters with their constituents this week, Republican lawmakers have grappled with the consequences of their yearslong alliance with President Trump: an angry, misinformed base.

  98. Meena Harris, Building That Brand Styles, January 9

    Kamala Harris’s niece is building her own empire with statement T-shirts. Just don’t define her by her family.

  99. The G.O.P.’s New Distancing Policy Politics, January 9

    After years of excusing or ignoring President Trump’s most inflammatory rhetoric, many Republicans are backing away at the last minute.

  100. Trump’s Legacy: Voters Who Reject Democracy and Any Politics but Their Own Politics, January 9

    The mob attack on the Capitol, and interviews with Trump voters this week, show that the president’s subversion of democratic values will have enduring influence within the Republican Party.

  101. In Capital, a G.O.P. Crisis. At the R.N.C. Meeting, a Trump Celebration. Politics, January 8

    Party members at a gathering of the Republican National Committee endorsed President Trump as the man to lead the party forward, ignoring the turmoil in Washington.

  102. Hawley Faces Blowback for Role in Challenging Election Results Washington, January 8

    The junior senator from Missouri drew widespread condemnation but defended his decision to object to Congress’s certification of the election results.

  103. Trump Administration Politicized Some Intelligence on Foreign Election Influence, Report Finds Washington, January 8

    A report to lawmakers from a watchdog in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence criticizes how threat intelligence was analyzed and presented.

  104. Far-Right Protesters Stormed Germany’s Parliament. What Can America Learn? Op Ed, January 8

    It might be time to crack down, rather than reach out.

  105. Antifa falsehood tops list of misinformation after Capitol rampage. Technology, January 8

    Here are the top false and misleading narratives on social media, as compiled by Zignal Labs.

  106. Running Out the Clock on Trump Is Cowardly and Dangerous Op Ed, January 8

    Forget the 25th Amendment. It’s Congress that was attacked and Congress that must act.

  107. How to Ensure This Never Happens Again Op Ed, January 8

    The election and its aftermath have revealed weaknesses in our democracy. Here’s how we can fix some of them.

  108. How New York’s Representatives Voted After the Capitol Riot Metro, January 8

    When the state's representatives and senators in Washington returned, four voted to sustain objections to the presidential election.

  109. ‘Hateful’ Tweet About Stacey Abrams Costs University Football Coach His Job Express, January 8

    The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga said that it had parted ways with Chris Malone, an offensive line coach, over a now-deleted social media post.

  110. Capitol Attack Leads Democrats to Demand That Trump Leave Office Washington, January 7

    The White House was propelled deeper into crisis as officials resigned in protest and prominent Republicans broke with the president after he incited a mob that assaulted Congress.

  111. Capitol Attack Leads Democrats to Demand That Trump Leave Office Washington, January 7

    The White House was propelled deeper into crisis as officials resigned in protest and prominent Republicans broke with the president after he incited a mob that assaulted Congress.

  112. ‘Hold the Line, Patriots’: New Scenes From the Capitol Riot Video, January 7

    Our cameras captured the mayhem, confusion and chaos outside the Capitol as Trump supporters entered and disrupted certification of the Electoral College results.

  113. Trump siempre ha sido un lobo disfrazado de lobo en Español, January 7

    Al respaldar al presidente de manera incondicional, las élites republicanas ayudaron a que sucediera el asalto al Capitolio.

  114. Did the Capitol Attack Break the President’s Spell? Op Ed, January 7

    Either the beginning of the end for Trump, or America.

  115. Trump Pledges Orderly Transfer of Power Video, January 7

    President Trump said a day after a mob stormed the Capitol that a “new administration” would be sworn in after a “smooth, orderly, seamless transition of power.”

  116. We’ve Seen the Ugly Truth About America Op Ed, January 7

    But if the Democrats dare to use their power, a brave new world might be possible.

  117. Woman Killed in Capitol Embraced Trump and QAnon U.S., January 7

    After 14 years in the military, Ashli Babbitt bought a pool supply company and delved into far-right politics.

  118. How Trump’s Allies Are Still Defending Him: Denial, Deflection, Disinformation Politics, January 7

    They falsely claimed President Trump had no role in spurring the assault on the Capitol. They resorted to false equivalencies. Some even questioned whether the mob was an anti-Trump “false flag.”

  119. La respuesta de las fuerzas del orden en el Capitolio genera duras críticas en Español, January 7

    La policía del Capitolio estaba claramente en inferioridad numérica y poco preparada para la embestida. Y muchos vieron una descarnada doble moral en su respuesta al ataque.

  120. ¿Fue un intento de golpe? No exactamente, pero tampoco ha terminado en Español, January 7

    Los expertos dicen que las acciones recientes del presidente Trump y sus seguidores son más difíciles de detener que un golpe de Estado y ofrecen como ejemplo los retrocesos democráticos de países como Turquía y Venezuela.

  121. It Wasn’t Strictly a Coup Attempt. But It’s Not Over, Either. Foreign, January 7

    Experts say recent actions by President Trump and his loyalists are harder to stop than a coup — citing anti-democratic slides in Turkey and Venezuela as closer examples.

  122. Joe Biden es certificado como 46.º presidente de Estados Unidos en Español, January 7

    El Congreso confirmó la elección horas después de que una turba invadió el Capitolio. Tras la ratificación, el presidente Trump emitió un comunicado diciendo que habría una “transición ordenada” el 20 de enero.

  123. An Assault on the Capitol Podcasts, January 7

    A mob incited by President Trump stormed into Congress, disrupting the certification of Joe Biden’s election victory. We hear from our colleagues who were inside the building.

  124. Why Warnock and Ossoff Won in Georgia Upshot, January 7

    Far more people of both parties voted than usual in a runoff, but the Democratic turnout was stronger, largely because of Black voters.

  125. If You Were on This App, You Saw the Mob Coming Op Ed, January 7

    Parler is a go-to social media site for the right, with users calling to “burn D.C. to the ground.” The C.E.O., John Matze, says it’s not his job to police speech.

  126. Trump Has Always Been a Wolf in Wolf’s Clothing Op Ed, January 7

    By enabling the president anyway, Republican elites helped make the storming of the Capitol possible.

  127. Senate and House Vote to Certify Biden’s Victory Video, January 7

    The Senate and House voted early Thursday to certify Joseph R. Biden Jr. as winner of the 2020 presidential election.

  128. Biden Denounces Storming of Capitol as a ‘Dark Moment’ in Nation’s History Washington, January 6

    The president-elect said the violence “borders on sedition” and made clear he viewed President Trump as responsible for inciting his supporters with baseless claims the election was stolen.

  129. Capitol Breach Draws Sharp Condemnation of Law Enforcement National, January 7

    The Capitol Police were clearly outnumbered and unprepared for the onslaught. And many saw a stark double standard.

  130. ‘Be There. Will Be Wild!’: Trump All but Circled the Date Investigative, January 6

    Inside Trump supporters’ online echo chambers, the chaos of Jan. 6 could be seen coming. People posted their plans to come to Washington — and showed the weapons they would carry.

  131. ‘Protesters Are in The Building’: How an Electoral Count Turned Into Chaos Video, January 6

    As Congress met to certify the election results, President Trump held a simultaneous rally. Watch these moments unfold side by side to see how his speech incited a mob that broke into the Capitol.

  132. Lo primero que se escuchó en el Capitolio fue el sonido de la turba en Español, January 6

    Poco después de que el senador Mitch McConnell advirtió a sus colegas republicanos que sus esfuerzos por revertir la elección sumirían a la democracia estadounidense en una “espiral de muerte”, el miedo se apoderó de la cámara del Senado.

  133. Twitter and Facebook Lock Trump’s Accounts After Violence on Capitol Hill Business, January 6

    The moves came after critics and even some allies of the social media companies said they had failed to prevent the misinformation that led to chaos on Wednesday.

  134. Senate Leaders Condemn Mob’s Assault on U.S. Capitol Video, January 6

    Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, and Chuck Schumer, the minority leader, condemned the storming of the Capitol and vowed that the Senate would finish certifying Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s election victory,

  135. Business Leaders Condemn Violence on Capitol Hill: ‘This Is Sedition’ Business, January 6

    Hours after supporters of President Trump stormed the Capitol, industry groups and C.E.O.s called for an end to the chaos.

  136. 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.

  137. Trump’s Real Claim to Fame Op Ed, January 6

    When it comes to the president, there can never be enough losing.

  138. Impeach and Convict. Right Now. Op Ed, January 6

    Trump is too dangerous to leave in office for even another minute.

  139. Trump Told Crowd ‘You Will Never Take Back Our Country With Weakness’ Washington, January 6

    As Congress prepared to certify the victory of his successor, President Trump railed against the election and helped set in motion hours of violence.

  140. Trump Told Crowd ‘You Will Never Take Back Our Country With Weakness’ Washington, January 6

    As Congress prepared to certify the victory of his successor, President Trump railed against the election and helped set in motion hours of violence.

  141. ‘This Is Still The People’s House,’ Pence Declares After Mob Storms Capitol Video, January 6

    Vice President Mike Pence reconvened lawmakers to count Electoral College votes hours after Trump supporters disrupted the previous session.

  142. Trump Is to Blame for Capitol Attack Editorial, January 6

    The president incited his followers to violence. There must be consequences.

  143. Disturbios y violencia en el Capitolio: el fin de la era Trump en Español, January 6

    Luego de que el presidente Trump incitó a sus seguidores para que no aceptaran su derrota electoral, los partidarios iracundos irrumpieron en el Capitolio, suspendiendo la validación de las elecciones y protagonizando el violento final de su presidencia.

  144. Inside the Capitol, the Sound of the Mob Came First Washington, January 6

    Not long after Senator Mitch McConnell warned his Republican colleagues that their efforts to overturn an election would send democracy into a “death spiral,” fear surged through the Senate chamber.

  145. Watch Live: House Reconvenes to Debate Challenges of Biden’s Victory Video, January 6

    After a joint session of Congress was suspended, the House returned to its chamber to debate challenges to President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s Electoral College win. A pro-Trump mob breached the U.S. Capitol, halting the certification vote.

  146. Donald Trump’s Last Picture Show Culture, January 6

    The Capitol mob had reason to believe the president would be watching them. For the rest of us, it was a horror story.

  147. Inside the Capitol, the Sound of the Mob Came First U.S., January 6

    Not long after Senator Mitch McConnell warned his Republican colleagues that their efforts to overturn an election would send democracy into a “death spiral,” fear surged through the Senate chamber.

  148. Trump Incites Rioters Op Ed, January 6

    The president may use the language of patriotism, but these are the actions of Benedict Arnold.

  149. The ‘Horrifying Events’ at the Capitol Letters, January 6

    A reader reacts: “This should mark the end of the Trump presidency, before he can cause more damage.”

  150. Business Groups Condemn Violence on Capitol Hill: ‘This Is Sedition’ Business, January 6

    Hours after supporters of President Trump stormed the Capitol building, industry leaders called for an end to the chaos that disrupted efforts to certify the presidential election results.