1. Biden Aides Weigh Pursuing an Iowa Caucus Alliance With Klobuchar U.S., Yesterday

    Amy Klobuchar’s campaign signaled no interest in such a plan, under which each candidate would encourage supporters to back the other in certain precincts.

  2. At Rally, Trump Praises Van Drew for Leaving ‘Deranged’ Democratic Party U.S., Yesterday

    The president traveled to Wildwood, N.J., to return a political favor for a former moderate Democrat who last month switched parties and pledged his “undying support.”

  3. The Last Ads in Iowa U.S., Yesterday

    It’s time for the candidates’ final TV pitches to caucusgoers — and these ads can tell us a lot.

  4. On the Day Democrats Vote in Iowa, Trump Plans to Flood the Zone U.S., Yesterday

    Roughly 80 members of Congress, cabinet secretaries and administration officials will descend on the state to drive voter enthusiasm and make a show of force.

  5. Bolton Book Puts New Focus on Trump’s Actions in Turkey and China Cases U.S., Yesterday

    Interventions in Justice Department proceedings draw scrutiny after the former national security adviser raised concerns about the president’s embrace of authoritarian leaders.

  6. Bolton Book Puts New Focus on Trump’s Actions in Turkey and China Cases U.S., Yesterday

    Interventions in Justice Department proceedings draw scrutiny after the former national security adviser raised concerns about the president’s embrace of authoritarian leaders.

  7. When Your Best Surrogate Can’t Talk U.S., Yesterday

    Not everyone running for president is comfortable around dogs. But some 2020 contenders have made their canine companions into campaign stars.

  8. When Your Best Surrogate Can’t Talk U.S., Yesterday

    Not everyone running for president is comfortable around dogs. But some 2020 contenders have made their canine companions into campaign stars.

  9. Trump’s Defense Team Discounts Bolton as Republicans Work to Hold Off Witnesses U.S., Yesterday

    The president’s legal team completed its impeachment defense and Republicans huddled to discuss whether to call new witnesses.

  10. Pro-Israel Democratic Super PAC to Air Attack Ads Against Bernie Sanders U.S., Yesterday

    The group, the Democratic Majority for Israel, will begin airing a negative campaign spot on Wednesday, as worries mount among moderate Democrats that Mr. Sanders could win the Iowa caucuses.

  11. With Senators Stuck in Washington, Surrogates Get Starring Role in Iowa U.S., Yesterday

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. An Olympic curling coach. A host of ‘Queer Eye.’ At house parties and rallies, stand-ins for the candidates hit the trail in Iowa.

  12. When Deval Patrick Came to Visit Opinion, Yesterday

    The former Massachusetts governor’s endorsement interview, and what the board had to say after he left the room.

  13. Anyone but Trump … and Warren or Sanders? Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers react to Bret Stephens’s argument that the Democrats’ far-left candidates are as “reckless” as the president, leaving “none of the above” as a viable option.

  14. Joni Ernst Asks if Impeachment Trial Will Turn Iowa Caucusgoers Against Biden. They Answer. U.S., Yesterday

    As Mr. Biden campaigned in the state, residents appeared unmoved: “I don’t think much about anything Joni Ernst says.”

  15. Impeachment Trial Highlights: Trump’s Lawyers Confront Bolton Allegations and Conclude Defense U.S., Yesterday

    The president’s lawyer spoke about the damage wrought by partisanship in a final appeal to the closely divided Senate to acquit Mr. Trump.

  16. A Classic Midwestern Dish Becomes a Talking Point in Iowa Food, Yesterday

    Amy Klobuchar is deploying her Minnesota hot dish at voter house parties, but it may be a hard sell outside her home state.

  17. How Impeachment Puts Doug Jones in a No-Win Situation in Alabama U.S., Yesterday

    Mr. Jones, the lone Democratic senator from the Deep South, is in a precarious political position as he cautiously approaches impeachment in a state where President Trump is immensely popular.

  18. On Politics: A Sanders Scenario U.S., Yesterday

    How Sanders can win, calls for Bolton to testify, Warren’s new line: This is your morning tip sheet.

  19. Modi Prepares to Welcome Trump to India World, Yesterday

    The February visit would be a welcome distraction for both nationalistic leaders, who face deepening political troubles at home.

  20. Why the Iowa Caucuses Are So Important Video, Yesterday

    Protests in the 1960’s, a mimeograph machine and a long-shot candidate all contributed to Iowa’s unlikely role in the presidential election process.

  21. Always Look on the Bright Side of Impeachment Opinion, Yesterday

    Not to mention the Democratic presidential race. It can be done, if you put your mind to it.

  22. How People of Color Inside the Buttigieg Campaign Sought to Be Heard U.S., Yesterday

    As the candidate courted nonwhite voters, employees of color were voicing their frustrations, according to interviews, documents and a recording. The campaign said it worked to foster a progressive workplace.

  23. A Primary From the Right? Not in Trump’s G.O.P. U.S., Yesterday

    With Republicans now unified, it is difficult to find a district where a challenger can credibly claim that the incumbent has been insufficiently supportive of the president.

  24. Is a Good-Enough Candidacy Good Enough for Joe Biden? Magazine, Yesterday

    He doesn’t want a revolution. He doesn’t have a movement. He could still win this thing.

  25. Why the Iowa Caucuses Are So Important Video, Yesterday

    Protests in the 1960s, a mimeograph machine and a long-shot candidate all contributed to Iowa’s unlikely role in the presidential election process.

  26. Bernie Could Win the Nomination. Should We Be Afraid? Opinion, January 27

    The establishment doesn’t have the credibility to stop the surging Sanders movement.

  27. ‘It’s a Done Deal’ U.S., January 27

    Iowa caucusgoers aren’t just asking about the one issue that’s dominating the headlines.

  28. Listen Up, Liberals: You Aren’t Doing Politics Right Opinion, January 27

    Politics is about getting power to enact an agenda. And the only way to do that is face-to-face organizing.

  29. In Iowa, the ‘Not Sanders’ Democrats Find Voters Torn U.S., January 27

    As the liberal Bernie Sanders tightens his grip in Iowa, more traditional Democrats remain split among his four leading competitors, or are unsure altogether of whom to support.

  30. ¿Cómo se dice ‘caucus’ en español? Los latinos de Iowa se preparan para participar en Español, January 27

    Aunque son un bloque con potencial para la elección demócrata, algunos líderes locales creen que las asambleas todavía no son muy amigables para los hispanohablantes.

  31. How Pete Buttigieg Tailors His Message to Black and White Voters U.S., January 27

    Mr. Buttigieg is the star of the show at his campaign rallies in Iowa, where his crowds are virtually all white. In South Carolina, in front of black audiences, he still needs help telling his story.

  32. Impeachment Trial Highlights: Pressure Mounts as Monday’s Session Gets Underway U.S., January 27

    Senators hear the second installment of the president’s legal defense and arguments for why Mr. Trump should not be removed from office. Here is what to know as the Senate trial resumes this afternoon.

  33. Impeachment Trial Highlights: Trump’s Lawyers Avoid Bolton, Giuliani Surfaces and a History Lesson U.S., January 27

    Senators hear the second installment of President Trump’s legal defense and arguments for why he should not be removed from office.

  34. When Pete Buttigieg Came to Visit Opinion, January 27

    The former South Bend mayor’s endorsement interview, and what the board had to say after he left the room.

  35. Bloomberg Is Taunting Trump, and Trump Is Taking the Bait U.S., January 27

    Once acquaintances as members of the wealthy Manhattan elite, Michael Bloomberg and President Trump have become bitter rivals. And a flurry of Bloomberg attack ads is angering the president.

  36. Trump Denies Telling Bolton That Ukraine’s Aid Depended on Biden Investigations U.S., January 27

    Hours after an article described an unpublished manuscript by his former national security adviser, President Trump rejected John Bolton’s account.

  37. Trump Denies Telling Bolton That Ukraine’s Aid Depended on Biden Investigations U.S., January 27

    Hours after an article described an unpublished manuscript by his former national security adviser, President Trump rejected John Bolton’s account.

  38. The Trouble With Iowa Opinion, January 27

    And how to fix the problem.

  39. On Politics: Our New Morning Tip Sheet U.S., January 27

    Welcome to our new morning newsletter. Today: Iowa countdown, our Bolton scoop, a big endorsement and more.

  40. In Crucial Pennsylvania, Democrats Worry a Fracking Ban Could Sink Them U.S., January 27

    The fracking ban pushed by Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders  epitomizes a Democratic quandary: Appeal to swing voters or energize a liberal movement?

  41. Biden’s Iowa Problem: Our Poll Suggests His Voters Aren’t the Caucusing Type The Upshot, January 27

    Why there’s a wide split in recent surveys in the state.

  42. Bernie Sanders and His Internet Army U.S., January 27

    At the start of his 2020 bid, the Vermont senator told his supporters that he condemned bullying. Is it his problem if many don’t seem to listen?

  43. Recording Shows That the Swamp Has Not Been Drained U.S., January 26

    The recording of a dinner President Trump held with big-dollar donors in 2018 demonstrates just how alive and well special-interest access and influence remains in Washington.

  44. America, the Idea, Is Lost Opinion, January 26

    The Senate is poised to deliver another blow to voter confidence in our system.

  45. Iowa Should Never Go First Again Opinion, January 26

    The current system is a form of white privilege that warps the process.

  46. T Minus 8 Days: A Frenetic Weekend on the Trail in Iowa U.S., January 26

    The candidates gave their stump speeches. They took photos and shook hands. They tried mightily to address the polling elephant in the room without appearing to concern themselves with it.

  47. Bloomberg Warns of Anti-Semitism ‘Rearing Its Ugly Head’ U.S., January 26

    Speaking at a prominent synagogue near Miami, the former New York City mayor spoke of his Jewish heritage and his support for Israel.

  48. In Impeachment Trial, Geography Dictates Politics U.S., January 26

    Republicans want to cast President Trump’s impeachment as a narrow argument over aid to Ukraine. Democrats want to describe it as part of a broader struggle with Russia.

  49. Caucusing in Iowa With a Disability: Red Tape and Unreturned Calls U.S., January 26

    Party officials say they are running accessible caucuses. But Iowans seeking even the simplest accommodations say they are struggling to get firm answers.

  50. Fact-Checking Joe Biden Before the Iowa Caucuses U.S., January 26

    The former vice president has made inaccurate claims this month about his record on Social Security, race and foreign policy.

  51. 5 Things We Learned Interviewing 2020 Democrats (Again) U.S., January 26

    We sat down with Democratic presidential candidates and asked them a new set of questions, including how they’d debate President Trump to the last book they read.

  52. 20 Questions With 2020 Democrats Video, January 26

    Before the Iowa caucuses, we sat down with the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates (again) to ask 20 questions on President Trump, foreign policy, celebrity crushes and more.

  53. Ashley Judd Wants the Next Women’s March to Be a ‘Victory March’ U.S., January 25

    The actress and activist decided against running for office herself a few years ago. But she’s out stumping for Elizabeth Warren.

  54. 20 (More) Questions With Democrats Interactive, January 25

    We sat down again with Democratic candidates and asked them a new set of questions. Watch their answers.

  55. Des Moines Register Endorses Elizabeth Warren as Iowa Caucuses Approach U.S., January 25

    Iowa’s most influential newspaper called Ms. Warren “the best leader for these times,” making its selection just over a week before the state’s caucuses.

  56. Tape Made Public of Trump Discussing Ukraine With Donors U.S., January 25

    The recording from a dinner in 2018 showed that the president spent an hour with two key players in the Ukraine pressure campaign. He has repeatedly said he does not know them.

  57. Why Do We Have an Electoral College Again? Opinion, January 25

    A pair of new Supreme Court cases reveal a foundational flaw in how we pick the president.

  58. Of All Trump’s Defenses, This Is the Lamest Opinion, January 25

    Only the voters can send the president packing? That’s a joke.

  59. What if It Were Obama on Trial? Opinion, January 25

    Consider Trump’s impeachment from some other angles.

  60. Tom Steyer Spends Millions in South Carolina. Black Voters Reap the Benefit. U.S., January 25

    Seeking inroads in the state, Mr. Steyer, a hedge-fund billionaire, is paying black vendors, hiring black staff members and appearing in rural outposts, lavishing money and attention. It’s paying dividends.

  61. ‘Good Not to Be In Washington’: Senators Return to Iowa for Burst of Campaigning U.S., January 25

    Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar hit the 2020 campaign trail on Saturday during a break in the impeachment trial.

  62. Sanders Seizes Lead in Volatile Iowa Race, Times Poll Finds U.S., January 25

    With solid support from liberals, Mr. Sanders appears to be peaking just as the caucuses approach. But many Iowa voters said they could still change their mind.

  63. Legalized Bribery by Elites Is Here to Stay. Now What? Opinion, January 25

    Conservatives have won a generational lock on the highest courts, entrenching Citizens United. But the courts aren’t the only way to bring change.

  64. Sanders, Biden, Clinton? This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., January 25

    Paying attention to the impeachment trial this week? Us too. But here are 7 things that happened on the campaign trail you may have missed.

  65. The Haves of Iowa and the Have-Nots Across the Border U.S., January 25

    South Dakota has four dead presidents carved in stone on Mount Rushmore. But good luck getting real, live presidential hopefuls to come visit.

  66. Anyone but Trump? Not So Fast Opinion, January 24

    Let’s not exchange one reckless president for another.

  67. Hubris on the Campaign Trail Opinion, January 24

    Mike Bloomberg is playing true to type.

  68. Why a Joe Rogan Endorsement Could Help (or Backfire on) Bernie Sanders U.S., January 24

    The Sanders campaign highlighted Mr. Rogan’s supportive comments in a video. But the podcast host has been criticized for aiding conspiracy theorists and for remarks about transgender people.

  69. Trump May Skip Debates, or Seek New Host, if Process Isn’t ‘Fair’ U.S., January 24

    The nonprofit Commission on Presidential Debates has sponsored every general election debate since 1988, but the Trump campaign has raised concerns about its 2020 events.

  70. Scandalize! Minimize! Repeat as Necessary Opinion, January 24

    Right-wing media have been laying the groundwork for Trump’s acquittal for half a century.

  71. Trump Impeachment: Highlights of Today’s Trial U.S., January 24

    House managers are wrapping up their oral arguments that President Trump should be removed from office, focusing Friday on the obstruction of Congress charge. Here are the highlights so far.

  72. Trump Impeachment: Highlights of Friday’s Trial U.S., January 24

    House managers wrapped up their oral arguments on Friday, focusing on the obstruction of Congress charge against the president. Here were the highlights.

  73. Trump Tells Anti-Abortion Marchers, ‘Unborn Children Have Never Had a Stronger Defender in the White House’ U.S., January 24

    Mr. Trump was the first sitting president to speak in person at the annual March for Life.

  74. When Amy Klobuchar Came to Visit Opinion, January 24

    Senator Klobuchar’s interview with the editorial board, and its subsequent deliberation today on “The Choice” podcast.

  75. 4 Reasons Anything Could Happen in Iowa U.S., January 24

    The state’s caucuses often come down to the wire, but this year’s contest is especially uncertain.

  76. A Major Fear for Democrats: Will the Party Come Together by November? U.S., January 24

    Even the goal of defeating President Trump isn’t enough for some voters to commit to backing the eventual Democratic nominee, expressing a clear aversion to a candidate who is too liberal or centrist for their tastes.

  77. Why Democrats Still Have to Appeal to the Center, but Republicans Don’t Opinion, January 24

    Polarization has changed the two parties — just not in the same way.

  78. An Unexpected Witness Opinion, January 24

    Polling data. Is it right?

  79. The Swing Issue That Could Win a Swing State Podcasts, January 24

    Will fracking determine who wins Pennsylvania in the presidential election?

  80. The Swing Issue That Could Win a Swing State Podcasts, January 24

    Will fracking determine who wins Pennsylvania in the presidential election?

  81. She’s the Next President. Wait, Did You Read That Right? U.S., January 24

    A new study, which found that Americans were reluctant to use the word “she” to describe a hypothetical president, highlights the sneaky ways language illuminates bias.

  82. The Darkness Where the Future Should Be Opinion, January 24

    What happens to a society that loses its capacity for awe and wonder at things to come?

  83. Bernie Will Have to Fight Dirty Opinion, January 24

    Despite his reputation for gruffness, Sanders hesitates to attack his opponents directly. He shouldn’t hold back.

  84. How Will Thousands of Latinos in Iowa Be Greeted at ‘El Caucus’? U.S., January 24

    The state’s Latino population is a potentially important bloc in the Democratic voting. But some local leaders believe efforts to make caucus sites friendlier to Spanish speakers have fallen short.

  85. Ready, Set, Vote: Here’s Everything You Need to Know for the 2020 Primaries Interactive, January 24

    The Iowa caucuses are around the corner. As you get ready for primary season, take a look at our cheat sheet on the race.

  86. Democrats Seek to Pre-empt Trump’s Defense in Impeachment Trial U.S., January 23

    The House impeachment managers sought to undercut the central elements of President Trump’s defense, wading into a detailed defense of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  87. Kamala Harris Is Said to Be Weighing an Endorsement of Joe Biden U.S., January 23

    The move, which would be unlikely to happen until after the Senate impeachment trial, could enhance her chances of becoming vice president but could also anger liberals in California.

  88. Joe Biden Is Stronger Than You Think Opinion, January 23

    Here’s why he is still winning.

  89. Caucusing in the Caucasus U.S., January 23

    Why attend an Iowa caucus in Des Moines or Cedar Rapids when you can do it from Tbilisi?

  90. Seeing a Bloomberg Ad on Fox News, Trump Takes the Bait U.S., January 23

    The president’s advisers have urged him not to pay attention to the low-polling Democratic presidential candidate. But as Michael Bloomberg poured cash into attack ads, he became harder to ignore.

  91. House managers use Trump’s words as evidence. U.S., January 23

    At several points, the lawmakers have used video clips of President Trump as evidence of his motives in pressuring Ukraine for investigations into the Bidens.

  92. Marianne Williamson Says She’ll Support Andrew Yang in Iowa U.S., January 23

    Ms. Williamson, a self-help author who dropped out of the Democratic presidential race this month, said she was not endorsing Mr. Yang per se, but wanted to help him get through the early primaries.

  93. How Joe Biden Talks About a Touchy Subject: His Son U.S., January 23

    As he runs for president, Mr. Biden has repeatedly faced questions about the overseas business dealings of his son, Hunter Biden. He has mostly kept his cool — but not always.

  94. When Elizabeth Warren Came to Visit Opinion, January 23

    Senator Warren’s interview with the editorial board, and its subsequent deliberation, today on “The Choice" podcast.

  95. Tom Steyer Exaggerates Fossil Fuel Divestment U.S., January 23

    A review of the Democratic presidential candidate’s reported assets calls into question his claims that he no longer has investments in oil, gas and coal.

  96. Trump, Back in Washington, Attacks Democrats Over Impeachment U.S., January 23

    President Trump swipes at Democrats ahead of the Senate’s long afternoon and evening hearing arguments for removing him from office.

  97. The Argument x The Choice Opinion, January 23

    Forthright talk about the endorsement.

  98. Why Endorse Two Candidates? Opinion, January 23

    Katie Kingsbury of The Times’s editorial board argues for the endorsement of both Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar.

  99. Impeachment Briefing: Democrats Open Their Case U.S., January 22

    Adam Schiff and his team presented the evidence and witness testimony they had gathered in the impeachment inquiry.

  100. Two Legal Teams With Contrasting Strategies Face Off in the Capitol U.S., January 22

    As House impeachment managers emphasize the facts, President Trump’s defense team calls the process unfair.

  101. Stuck in the Senate as Their 2020 Rivals Have Iowa to Themselves U.S., January 22

    Several Democratic candidates and top contenders in the Feb. 3 caucuses are at the impeachment trial while Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg court hundreds of voters each day.

  102. I Misjudged the Gender Effect U.S., January 22

    The Sanders-Warren spat looked as if it’d blow over. Instead it’s fueled the “electability” debate.

  103. Hillary Clinton’s Swipe at Bernie Sanders Opinion, January 22

    A reader says her remarks about nobody liking Bernie Sanders are “meanspirited and divisive.”

  104. What Polling Tells Us About Bernie Sanders’s Chances The Upshot, January 22

    He’s gaining, and he has some considerable advantages he lacked in 2016.

  105. Ivanka Trump Takes Spotlight at Davos, Ahead of Cabinet Members World, January 22

    Gatherings like the World Economic Forum give the president’s adviser and daughter a chance to meet the world’s power brokers, who have come to acknowledge her influence in the White House.

  106. Trump Opens Door to Cuts to Medicare and Other Entitlement Programs U.S., January 22

    The president signaled a willingness to scale back Medicare, a shift from his 2016 platform of protecting entitlement programs.

  107. When Andrew Yang Came to Visit Opinion, January 22

    The New York entrepreneur’s endorsement interview, and what the board had to say after he left the room.

  108. Bernie Sanders Has Narrow Lead in New National Poll U.S., January 22

    The survey, conducted for CNN, is the first national debate-qualifying poll showing Mr. Sanders in the lead. Joe Biden was close behind in the poll and led another.

  109. Why Bernie Sanders Went on the Attack Against Joe Biden U.S., January 22

    Mr. Sanders had mostly avoided going on the offensive in 2019, but with his standing in the polls rising, he saw an opening to criticize Mr. Biden on the Iraq war and Social Security — and he took it.

  110. Pete Buttigieg Once Led in Iowa. Can He Get His Groove Back? U.S., January 22

    With three of his top rivals pinned down at the Senate impeachment trial, Mr. Buttigieg has seized the opportunity to camp out in the state, largely below the radar.

  111. Who Are the House Impeachment Managers in the Trump Trial? U.S., January 22

    Chosen by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the seven Democratic lawmakers reflect the geographic and demographic diversity of the party’s caucus.

  112. Biden and Sanders Trade Criticism Over Honesty, Social Security and Guns U.S., January 21

    A day after they seemed to have brokered a truce, Joe Biden released a video criticizing “Bernie’s negative attacks” and Bernie Sanders responded with one blasting his rival’s record on Social Security.

  113. Democrats push to hear witness testimony from Mulvaney. U.S., January 21

    The debate raises the larger question of whether any Republican senators will join Democrats in insisting that senior administration officials appear before the Senate.

  114. Mrs. Clinton, You Already Beat Bernie Sanders. Trump Is the Opponent Now. Opinion, January 21

    The Democrats’ last standard-bearer won’t say she’ll commit to anyone who wins the nomination, disrupting party unity.

  115. Four Senators Are Trying to Be in 2 Places at Once. Here’s How. U.S., January 21

    Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and Michael Bennet are all on jury duty for the Senate impeachment trial. They’re also running for president.

  116. How to Defeat Trump and Catch a Frisbee Opinion, January 21

    There is a winnable approach for Democrats in the impeachment trial.

  117. What the Editorial Board Really Thought of the Democratic Candidates Opinion, January 21

    Members say what impressed, disappointed and surprised them.

  118. Lawmakers debate a Democratic amendment for more documents. U.S., January 21

    The amendment, which is likely to be defeated along party lines, would cover a series of communications the administration has withheld.

  119. Flake says argument that president ‘did no wrong’ pains him. U.S., January 21

    Good arguments can be made, he said, both for or against the idea that the president’s campaign to pressure Ukraine to investigate his political rivals rose to the level of an impeachable offense.

  120. Partisan Rules Debate Rages as Senate Opens Trump Impeachment Trial U.S., January 21

    Republicans made last-minute changes to the rules to placate moderates, but Democrats called them an outrage.

  121. Republicans Block Subpoenas for New Evidence as Impeachment Trial Begins U.S., January 21

    Republicans made last-minute changes to their proposed rules to placate moderates, but they held together to turn back Democratic efforts to subpoena documents.

  122. The Former Journalist Who Is Bernie Sanders’s Media Critic U.S., January 21

    David Sirota’s job is to remind the candidate’s supporters why he dislikes the news media.

  123. When Tom Steyer Came to Visit Opinion, January 21

    The California businessman’s visit to the editorial board, and the board’s subsequent deliberation, today on “The Choice” podcast.

  124. Trump Tried to Dirty the Biden Name. He May Still Get His Chance. Opinion, January 21

    Senate Republicans should not push for the political hit job that even a vulnerable foreign government refused to provide.

  125. ‘Nobody Likes Him’: Hillary Clinton Risks a Party Split Over Bernie Sanders U.S., January 21

    Mrs. Clinton’s sharp criticism of her former rival in an upcoming documentary series ricocheted across the Democratic Party on Tuesday, threatening to reopen the barely healed wounds of 2016.

  126. It’s Primary Season in New Hampshire. Time to Go Skiing! Travel, January 21

    A veteran political journalist offers a guide to visiting the state in the run up to the February vote, when after hitting the slopes you can hit a stump speech or two.

  127. Biden Dismisses Doubts on His Black Support: ‘You Know Better. You Know Better.’ U.S., January 21

    Joe Biden’s forceful remarks, made at an event in Iowa focused on voters of color, reflected his intensifying competition with Senator Bernie Sanders in the state.

  128. ‘I Was Wrong,’ Bloomberg Says. But This Policy Still Haunts Him. New York, January 21

    After defending the stop-and-frisk policing tactic, the former mayor apologized. But black voters in the Democratic presidential race may not forgive him.

  129. Sanders Apologizes to Biden for Surrogate’s Critique U.S., January 21

    The opinion piece by Zephyr Teachout accused Joe Biden of having “a big corruption problem.”

  130. 21 Stories of People Who Walked Away Interactive, January 20

    They quit their jobs, their religion, their relationships and even quitting itself.

  131. I Quit the Presidential Campaign Style, January 20

    Marianne Williamson joined the presidential campaign in January 2019. One year later she left it.

  132. Biden, Sanders, Social Security and Smears Opinion, January 20

    Lying about a rival is bad, even if you don’t like his past positions.

  133. Lev Parnas Asks Barr to Recuse Himself From Criminal Case New York, January 20

    A lawyer for Mr. Parnas, who is facing campaign finance charges, argued that Mr. Barr had too many conflicts of interest to oversee his prosecution.

  134. ‘You Picked Two!’: Parsing the Klobuchar-Warren Endorsement Opinion, January 20

    Readers react to The Times’s unusual decision to endorse two candidates.

  135. 3 Organizers for 3 Candidates, Under One Roof: This Is Campaigning in Iowa U.S., January 20

    The candidates may be getting a bit testy, but organizers for three Democratic presidential campaigns amicably share a farmhouse that reflects Iowa’s culture of grass-roots politics.

  136. When Bernie Sanders Came to Visit Opinion, January 20

    Senator Sanders’s visit to the editorial board, and their subsequent deliberation today on “The Choice” podcast.

  137. On King Holiday, 2020 Democrats March Arm in Arm to Honor His Legacy U.S., January 20

    Most of the leading Democratic presidential hopefuls took part in speeches, a march and a rally in the state capital, before heading to an Iowa forum focused on minority communities.

  138. Justice, Weaponized Opinion, January 20

    Even more grounds for impeachment.

  139. Ella Baker’s Legacy Runs Deep. Know Her Name. Opinion, January 20

    Her fighting spirit lives on in today’s social movements.

  140. With Impeachment in the News, Ads Are Staying Away From Politics Business, January 20

    A desire not to offend potential customers in a divided nation, as well as wariness of President Trump’s Twitter account, means fewer topical ads.

  141. New York Times Editorial Board Endorses Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren U.S., January 19

    The decision to endorse two candidates was a significant break with convention. The board said it reflected the Democratic Party’s “radical” and “realist” models.

  142. Mentioning Trump and K.K.K. in Same Sentence, Biden Condemns Hate U.S., January 19

    On his first campaign stop for the Martin Luther King holiday in South Carolina, Joe Biden denounced the president in some of his strongest language yet.

  143. The Big Ask of Black Voters: Trust the Government U.S., January 19

    Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg are trying to woo older black voters with policy. Those policies may be why they’re struggling to win their support.

  144. How We Make Our Choice Opinion, January 19

    A podcast introduction to the Times editorial board.

  145. Where Is Cory Gardner? U.S., January 19

    As the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump nears, the Republican senator from Colorado has gone to ground as he tries to keep moderates and independents in his corner while facing a tough re-election race.

  146. What It Was Like to Witness The Times’s Democratic Endorsement Reader Center, January 19

    Filming this special episode of “The Weekly” required a strict set of rules — and a plan to keep a secret.

  147. Biden and Sanders Clash Over Social Security U.S., January 18

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. and advisers to the Sanders campaign exchanged sharp accusations over his record as the two presidential candidates chased an overlapping slice of blue-collar voters.

  148. Sanders and Warren Try to Tone Down Rift. Some of Their Supporters Seem Less Willing. U.S., January 18

    The two progressive candidates seem to be trying to play down their differences that came into view over the past week. But many of their supporters were not ready to move on.

  149. Capt. ‘Sully’ Sullenberger: Like Joe Biden, I Once Stuttered, Too. I Dare You to Mock Me. Opinion, January 18

    The retired pilot responds to recent comments from the president’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, on the way the former vice president talks.

  150. Love in the Time of Trump: How Do You Approach Politics on Dating Apps? Reader Center, January 18

    Swipe right for Bernie? Tell us how you signal what you’re looking for politically in an online match.