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  1. How to Fund ‘Medicare for All’: Slash the Military Interactive, Today

    We found billions of dollars to pay for universal health care.

  2. Ambassador to E.U. to Testify That Trump Delegated Ukraine Policy to Giuliani U.S., Today

    Gordon D. Sondland said in his prepared statement to House impeachment investigators that he was disappointed the president involved his personal lawyer in diplomacy with Kiev.

  3. Ambassador to E.U. to Testify That Trump Delegated Ukraine Policy to Giuliani U.S., Today

    Gordon D. Sondland said in his prepared statement to House impeachment investigators that he was disappointed the president involved his personal lawyer in diplomacy with Kiev.

  4. Why Ocasio-Cortez Is Endorsing Sanders New York, Today

    Thursday: She was a relatively unknown organizer on his 2016 campaign. This weekend, she'll star at his campaign rally in Queens.

  5. The Other Candidates Are Coming for Warren Opinion, Today

    And happy birthday to “The Argument”!

  6. Democrats, Dream Big but Tell the Whole Truth Opinion, Yesterday

    Big moves come with hitches. But that’s no reason not to go big and bold.

  7. Two-Person Race? Moderates, and Bernie Sanders, Say Not So Fast U.S., Yesterday

    Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg are vying to become the pragmatic alternative to Joe Biden. Mr. Sanders is trumpeting endorsements to compete with Elizabeth Warren.

  8. 8.3 Million Watched Ohio Democratic Debate on Television Business, Yesterday

    Tuesday’s event drew an audience significantly smaller than the one for last month’s candidate forum in Houston.

  9. In Democratic Fund-Raising, Joe Biden Falls Far Behind U.S., Yesterday

    In the past three months, Mr. Biden spent more on his campaign than he raised. He begins an aggressive phase of the primary race with far less cash on hand than top rivals.

  10. A Dozen Democrats on the Debate Stage Opinion, Yesterday

    Readers offer both praise and criticism, suggesting how some questions could have been handled better.

  11. Socialism and the Young Voter Opinion, Yesterday

    A college student says the doctrine has its appeal, but many more students don’t care for any politics. Also: A jail plan for New York City.

  12. Which Candidates Won Last Night’s Democratic Debate? Six Experts Weigh In U.S., Yesterday

    We asked veterans of political debates for their reviews of each of the Democratic hopefuls onstage Tuesday.

  13. ‘I Don’t Need Lessons From You on Courage’: Pete Buttigieg Makes His Case U.S., Yesterday

    On the Democratic debate stage Tuesday night, Mr. Buttigieg didn’t brag about his military service, but he did outflank his rivals.

  14. Republicans, Defiant After Debate, Throw Punches on Impeachment and Economy U.S., Yesterday

    President Trump and his allies seized on debate moments over taxes, health care and economic inequality to portray the Democratic candidates as tax-and-spend liberals.

  15. Winners and Losers of the Democratic Debate Interactive, Yesterday

    Our columnists and contributors give their rankings.

  16. Tom Steyer and a Billionaire’s Conundrum U.S., Yesterday

    Wednesday: A billionaire who is also a progressive makes his first debate appearance. Also: Bay Area earthquakes; and Catalan human towers.

  17. The Question Warren Won’t Answer Opinion, Yesterday

    Also: Some of the best debate analysis from around the web.

  18. Breaking Down the Biggest Debate Attacks on Warren Video, Yesterday

    Senator Elizabeth Warren was the prime target of her rivals at Tuesday’s debate. Patrick Healy, the political editor for The New York Times, explains what this means for the Democratic contest.

  19. Tom Steyer’s Tie: They’ll Never Take His Freedom! Style, Yesterday

    The tartan tie choice had viewers in a tizzy, but there was method to the madness.

  20. All You Need to Know About Last Night’s 2020 Democratic Debate U.S., Yesterday

    Biden’s son. Bernie’s heart. Warren’s health plan. Here’s a look at some of the moments that stood out during the debate.

  21. What Happened on Debate Night U.S., Yesterday

    Elizabeth Warren got a taste of that front-runner life in Tuesday night’s CNN/New York Times debate.

  22. Health Care and Billionaires Took Center Stage at Last Night’s Democratic Debate Business, Yesterday

    Several candidates criticized Senator Elizabeth Warren’s health care proposal and backed proposals to impose big taxes on the wealthy.

  23. The Moderates Strike Back: The 4th Democratic Debate Podcasts, Yesterday

    Candidates asserted themselves by attacking Elizabeth Warren, not Joe Biden, revealing a shifting balance of power in the Democratic field.

  24. Trump Is Winning the Online War Opinion, Yesterday

    The technical superiority and sophistication of the president’s digital campaign is a hidden advantage of incumbency.

  25. It Was the Best of Warren. It Was the Worst of Warren. Opinion, Yesterday

    Tuesday’s debate — the tensest yet — put the Democrats’ newly minted front-runner to the test.

  26. Can Buttigieg or Klobuchar Push Biden Aside? Opinion, Yesterday

    The Midwestern centrists are the only two plausible not-Biden candidates.

  27. Who’s Up and Who’s Down in 2020 Democratic Fund-Raising Interactive, Yesterday

    Elizabeth Warren saw her fund-raising increase once again. Joseph R. Biden Jr. brought in less money. Bernie Sanders remains strong. New fund-raising numbers reveal the shifting financial fortunes of 2020 Democrats.

  28. 6 Takeaways From the October Democratic Debate U.S., Yesterday

    Elizabeth Warren was called out by rivals for a change, Joe Biden failed to stand out and Bernie Sanders calmed concerns about his health. Pete Buttigieg had his biggest night yet.

  29. Unified Against Trump on Syria, Democrats Struggle to Define Alternate Strategy U.S., October 15

    After decades of trying to prove their toughness on national security, the candidates described an allies-first, tough-on-Russia foreign policy. But many of them, too, want to withdraw from the Middle East.

  30. Elizabeth Warren, Candidate With the Plans, Needed One for All the Incoming Attacks U.S., October 15

    Her reward for a steady rise in the polls? Criticism from her debate rivals.

  31. Joe Biden Stresses His Part in Elizabeth Warren’s Signature Accomplishment U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  32. Beto O’Rourke and Pete Buttigieg Battle Over Confiscating Assault Weapons U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  33. Ilhan Omar Endorses Bernie Sanders, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Will Do So as Well U.S., October 15

    “I believe Bernie Sanders is the best candidate to take on Donald Trump in 2020,” Ms. Omar said. Ms. Ocasio-Cortez will appear with Mr. Sanders at a rally on Saturday.

  34. Warren and Harris Spar Over Trump’s Twitter Account U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  35. Bernie Sanders Is 78. Biden Is 76. Is That Too Old to Be President? U.S., October 15

    Mr. Sanders, 78, is trying to reassure voters of his stamina after he had a heart attack two weeks ago. Ms. Warren is in her 70s as well.

  36. Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren Discuss Age at Debate U.S., October 15

    Mr. Sanders, 78, is trying to reassure voters of his stamina after he had a heart attack two weeks ago. Ms. Warren is in her 70s as well.

  37. Top Video Moments From the Democratic Presidential Debate Video, October 15

    Twelve Democratic candidates for president gathered in Ohio for the debate hosted by CNN and The New York Times. Here were the highlights from the night.

  38. Is Automation Threatening American Jobs? Democrats Debate U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  39. Kurds in Syria Were Sold Out by President Trump, 2020 Democrats Say U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  40. 2020 Democrats Say President Trump ‘Sold Out the Kurds’ in Syria U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  41. Kamala Harris Calls for Attention on Reproductive Rights at Debate U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  42. Warren Draws Fire From All Sides, Reflecting a Shift in Fortunes in Race U.S., October 15

    The criticism of Elizabeth Warren illustrated her status as an emerging front-runner, while Joe Biden faced scrutiny over his son’s financial dealings overseas.

  43. Warren’s Wealth Tax Proposal is ‘Punitive,’ O’Rourke Says U.S., October 15

    Beto O’Rourke took aim at Elizabeth Warren over a proposal that is at the center of her presidential campaign: an annual tax on the wealth of the richest Americans.

  44. O’Rourke Says Warren Is Being ‘Punitive’ as She Pitches a Wealth Tax U.S., October 15

    Beto O’Rourke took aim at Elizabeth Warren, who wants to create an annual tax on the accumulated wealth of the richest Americans.

  45. Should Billionaires Exist? Sanders, Warren and Steyer Debate It U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  46. Should Billionaires Exist? Sanders, Warren and Steyer Debate It U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  47. Amy Klobuchar Goes After Elizabeth Warren Over Health Care Plan in Debate U.S., October 15

    Ms. Klobuchar pressed Ms. Warren over how she would pay for a “Medicare for All” plan.

  48. Fact-Checking the Democratic Debate U.S., October 15

    Our reporters followed all of the exchanges and fact-checked the candidates, providing context and explanation on the policy debates.

  49. ‘Medicare for All’: Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg Clash at Debate U.S., October 15

    Mayor Buttigieg said Senator Warren had not been forthcoming about whether she would raise taxes on the middle class to help finance a health care plan.

  50. Biden Defends Son Hunter at Debate, Saying Focus Should Be on Trump U.S., October 15

    Twelve Democratic presidential candidates shared the stage in Ohio for the fourth televised primary debate.

  51. Who Is Tom Steyer? Billionaire Makes His Debut on the 2020 Debate Stage U.S., October 15

    Mr. Steyer is a hedge fund billionaire who has funded efforts to impeach President Trump and regularly decries “the corporate stranglehold on democracy.”

  52. What Democratic Candidates Said About Impeaching Trump at the Debate U.S., October 15

    At Tuesday night’s Democratic debate, moderators asked some of the candidates about their views on the inquiry in an attempt to find daylight between them.

  53. October Democratic Debate: Full Video and Analysis Interactive, October 15

    Watch the live stream of the CNN/New York Times debate and follow along with real-time analysis from our reporters. The video and chat begin at 8 p.m. ET.

  54. A Presidential Candidate Reported Raising $5 Last Quarter. Yes, $5. U.S., October 15

    You may not have heard of Wayne Messam, who is running for the Democratic presidential nomination. Apparently, donors haven’t either.

  55. Democrats Debate Who Is Best to Take On Trump U.S., October 15

    Follow our coverage of the CNN/New York Times debate.

  56. Trump and Impeachment: The Elephant in the Room at Tonight’s Debate U.S., October 15

    Far more than at the previous Democratic debates, President Trump will be a major factor in the discussion, scrambling the candidates’ calculations about what to say onstage.

  57. As Debate Nears, Where Do Democratic Voters Stand on the Issues? U.S., October 15

    Polls show Democrats broadly support liberal policies like the Green New Deal and an assault weapons ban. Health care is a major concern for many.

  58. 2020 Debate Recap: Video Highlights From When Democrats Were Last Onstage U.S., October 15

    Ahead of tonight’s debate, here’s a look back at when 10 Democratic candidates appeared onstage in Houston in September.

  59. How Close Are Barack Obama and Joe Biden? Books, October 15

    Steven Levingston’s “Barack and Joe” looks at a relationship that continues to influence American politics.

  60. How to Prepare a Debate Zinger That Doesn’t Sound Prepared U.S., October 15

    We talked to veterans of presidential debates about crafting and delivering lines voters would remember.

  61. Debate Night: What I’ll Be Watching For Opinion, October 15

    Here we go again.

  62. Why Some Young Voters Are Choosing Democratic Socialism Over the Democratic Party U.S., October 15

    As the presidential debate comes to Ohio, the students in a local chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America are defining their political identity.

  63. How to Watch the CNN/New York Times Debate U.S., October 15

    Tuesday’s 2020 presidential primary debate is in Ohio. Here’s everything you need to know.

  64. 2020 Campaign Quiz Interactive, October 15

    How closely have you been paying attention to the 2020 campaign so far? Test your knowledge and see how your answers stack up with others.

  65. 2020 Campaign Quiz Interactive, October 15

    How closely have you been paying attention to the 2020 campaign so far? Test your knowledge and see how your answers stack up with others.

  66. Hunter Biden Admits to ‘Poor Judgment’ but Denies ‘Ethical Lapse’ in Work Overseas U.S., October 15

    In an interview with ABC News, Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s son rejected as “ridiculous” President Trump’s suggestions that he and his father had engaged in wrongdoing.

  67. Why Are Democrats Jilting G.O.P. Voters Who Want to Like Them? Opinion, October 15

    Candidates are leaving potential Republican converts without options.

  68. Which Candidates Will Win Tonight’s Democratic Debate? Six Experts Offer Tips U.S., October 15

    We asked veterans of political debates for the advice they would give to each of the Democratic hopefuls onstage Tuesday.

  69. 12 Things to Know About Ohio Before 12 Candidates Debate There U.S., October 14

    The 2020 Democratic hopefuls will debate in a state that has voted for the winning presidential candidate every time since 1944, with one exception.

  70. Democratic Debate Preview: The ‘On Politics’ Guide U.S., October 14

    There are bound to be some fireworks at the CNN/New York Times debate. Here’s what we’ll be watching Tuesday night.

  71. Can Joe Biden Deliver the Debate Performance He Needs? U.S., October 14

    Mr. Biden in recent days has been more forceful in defending his family and denouncing the president. Some voters and Democratic officials think he should do more.

  72. Democratic Candidates Need to Listen to These Voters Opinion, October 14

    Undecided voters in Ohio are focused on urgent bread-and-butter issues.

  73. Democratic Debate: Tulsi Gabbard, After Threatening Boycott, Will Participate on Tuesday U.S., October 14

    The Hawaii congresswoman has railed against what she sees as a “rigging” of the election by Democratic Party leaders and corporate media.

  74. Bernie Sanders, Back in Action at the Debate, Has Much to Prove U.S., October 14

    Two weeks after his heart attack, the Vermont senator will be trying to convince voters he has the strength to run a forceful campaign.

  75. Missing From Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 Surge: Democratic Endorsements U.S., October 14

    Despite Ms. Warren’s upward momentum in polls and fund-raising, she lacks the support of a single governor, big-city mayor or fellow senator outside Massachusetts.

  76. ‘Faithless Electors’ Could Tip the 2020 Election. Will the Supreme Court Stop Them? U.S., October 14

    A new petition asks the justices to rule quickly, before the next election, on whether members of the Electoral College may vote their consciences.

  77. Facebook Political Ads: What the 2020 Candidates’ Campaign Spending Reveals Interactive, October 14

    Candidates have spent more money on Facebook than TV this year. See what coalitions they are trying to build through Facebook ads.

  78. How The Times Covers the United States Ahead of a Pivotal Election Interactive, October 14

    With one of the largest teams of national correspondents in the business, we help the country to understand itself. Watch with us on Tuesday as we co-sponsor the Democratic debate.

  79. Macabre Video of Fake Trump Shooting Media and Critics Is Shown at His Resort U.S., October 13

    The video was shown at a conference attended by Donald Trump Jr. and Sarah Huckabee Sanders. They said they did not see it.

  80. Fox News Is Trump’s Chief TV Booster. So Why Is He Griping About It? Business, October 13

    A phone call from the president to the Fox News chief executive suggests a crack in the alliance between him and his favorite news network.

  81. The Clinton Legacy: Impeachment Hurts the President Opinion, October 13

    The 1998 trial damaged Democrats more than Republicans.

  82. How the Pitfalls of Past Debates Inform 2020 Candidates’ Playbooks Video, October 13

    A pivotal debate moment can make or break a campaign. We asked Times reporters to analyze some famous — and infamous — ones from the past.

  83. We Surveyed the 2020 Democrats on Gun Control. Here Are the New Dividing Lines. U.S., October 13

    The Democratic presidential candidates agree on many gun control measures, like an assault weapons ban. But they’re split on other ideas, like a federal gun registry.

  84. How the 2020 Democrats Responded to a Gun Policy Survey U.S., October 13

    We asked all 19 Democratic presidential candidates for their views on assault weapons, gun licensing and other policies.

  85. Hunter Biden to Leave Chinese Company Board, His Lawyer Says U.S., October 13

    He plans to resign from the BHR board of directors on or by Oct. 31, his lawyer said in a statement.

  86. Hunter Biden to Leave Chinese Company Board, Addressing Appearance of a Conflict U.S., October 13

    As next debate approaches, Joseph R. Biden’s son also said he would not work for foreign-owned companies if his father became president.

  87. The Week in Business: Facebook’s Role in Impeachment Business, October 13

    Plus, the N.B.A.’s multibillion-dollar relationship with China hits a snag.

  88. Get to Know the Politics Reporters Covering the 2020 Election for The Times Reader Center, October 13

    Hailing from across the United States, these 21 journalists bring a range of backgrounds and experience to our coverage of the presidential race.

  89. How ‘White Guilt’ in the Age of Trump Shapes the Democratic Primary U.S., October 13

    The changing racial attitudes of white liberals are changing how 2020 candidates try to win votes.

  90. Warren Dares Facebook With Intentionally False Political Ad Technology, October 12

    The Democratic presidential candidate bought the ad to goad Facebook into removing misinformation in political ads, escalating her feud with the social network.

  91. Democrats Have a Politeness Problem Opinion, October 12

    In this next debate, they should take the gloves off.

  92. Cory Booker’s Unique Strength: 80-Plus Relatives in Iowa U.S., October 12

    As the senator from New Jersey enters a final sprint to relevance in Iowa, he has the backing of dozens of family members in the Des Moines area, with roots that date back more than a century.

  93. Biden on Impeachment, L.G.B.T.Q. Forum: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., October 12

    Here are seven things that happened on the presidential campaign trail this week.

  94. James Comey Would Like to Help U.S., October 12

    The former F.B.I. director wants an end to the Trump presidency. And yes, he knows you might think he caused it.

  95. What, Exactly, Is Tulsi Gabbard Up To? U.S., October 12

    As she injects chaos into the 2020 Democratic primary by accusing her own party of “rigging” the election, an array of alt-right internet stars, white nationalists and Russians have praised her.

  96. How Well Off Is Ohio, Site of Democratic Debate? It’s Debatable U.S., October 12

    Unemployment is down and wages are inching up. But in a state becoming less dependent on manufacturing, people wonder where the well-paying jobs will come from.

  97. Which 2020 Candidates Have the Ground Game Lead in Early Primary States Interactive, October 12

    Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg are dominant, with more campaign offices in the first four states than any other 2020 Democrat.

  98. At Louisiana Rally, Trump Lashes Out at Impeachment Inquiry and Pelosi U.S., October 11

    The president denounced the impeachment inquiry and condemned what he called the “unholy alliance of corrupt Democrat politicians, deep-state bureaucrats and the fake news media.”

  99. Those Foreign Business Ties? The Trump Sons Have Plenty Too U.S., October 11

    The Trumps have criticized Hunter Biden for doing business overseas while his father was vice president. Last month, the Trumps won approval in Scotland to build 500 homes.

  100. Democrats’ Bolder Stand on Labor Reflects Nation’s Ideological Shift Business, October 11

    Ambitious moves to shift power to workers are being embraced by several presidential candidates.

  101. 2020 Presidential Debate Schedule Announced for General Election U.S., October 11

    The presidential debates will be held in Indiana, Michigan and Tennessee, and a vice-presidential debate will be held in Utah.

  102. Democrats Will Hope for a ‘Bump’ at Next Week’s Debate. What’s It Worth? U.S., October 11

    In a crowded field, experts agree, debates can result in a momentary spike in support for second-tier candidates — but it rarely lasts.

  103. Prince’s Estate to Trump Campaign: Don’t Play ‘Purple Rain’ U.S., October 11

    The estate said that despite an agreement last year not to use Prince’s music, the song was played at the president’s rally on Thursday night in Minneapolis, the singer’s hometown.

  104. The Democrats Worth Staying Up Past Bedtime For U.S., October 11

    For the way-too-young-to-vote crowd, 2020 events are still a draw.

  105. Trump Lashes Out at Bidens at Campaign Rally Video, October 11

    President Trump criticized former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Mr. Biden’s son, Hunter, during a rally in Minneapolis on Thursday, his first since the beginning of an impeachment inquiry last month.

  106. Why Populist Democrats Have Gained the Upper Hand in the 2020 Race U.S., October 11

    As next week’s debate looms, polls and donor contributions suggest a party seeking candidates who will push the boundaries, while moderates argue they can beat President Trump.

  107. October Democratic Debate: The Biggest Stage Ever Interactive, October 11

    On Tuesday night, a dozen candidates will crowd the debate stage at once. Here are the key dynamics to watch for in the biggest primary debate in history.

  108. Elizabeth Warren Has Quick Comeback to Gay Marriage Question U.S., October 10

    At a Democratic forum focused on L.G.B.T.Q. issues, Ms. Warren was asked what she would say to someone opposed to same-sex marriage.

  109. Giuliani’s Ukraine Team: In Search of Influence, Dirt and Money U.S., October 10

    The president’s lawyer was paid by Lev Parnas, who with Igor Fruman worked on behalf of President Trump in Ukraine.

  110. Highlights From the L.G.B.T.Q. Town Hall, Where Protesters Took the Spotlight U.S., October 10

    Activists at the Equality Town Hall repeatedly called on the 2020 Democrats to focus more on violence against transgender women of color.

  111. Tiptoeing Around Hunter Biden U.S., October 10

    There’s no evidence the Bidens did anything improper in Ukraine. But there’s still the image of a son doing business overseas while his father was vice president.

  112. Could Facebook Actually Nuke Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign? Opinion, October 10

    Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t need to tip the scales in 2020. His platform will do that naturally.

  113. Rep. Nita Lowey Announces Unexpected Retirement New York, October 10

    The move by Ms. Lowey, a New York Democrat who was first elected in 1988, creates an open seat in 2020. Could Chelsea Clinton be interested?

  114. Rep. Nita Lowey Is Retiring. Could Chelsea Clinton Seek the Seat? New York, October 10

    The move by Ms. Lowey, a New York Democrat first elected in 1988, creates an open seat next year.

  115. As Elizabeth Warren Rises, the G.O.P. Deploys an Old Tactic U.S., October 10

    Republicans are attacking Ms. Warren over authenticity, a sexist trope in politics, much like they did with Hillary Clinton. Ms. Warren has used those attacks to rally supporters.

  116. A Pregnancy Scandal Opinion, October 10

    The problem here is not Elizabeth Warren.

  117. What Jane Sanders Is Telling Bernie Sanders About His 2020 Bid U.S., October 10

    Jane Sanders, long an influential force in her husband’s political life, has recently been instrumental in shaping decisions about his health issues, his campaign and the flow of information to the public.

  118. Bernie Sanders Says He Knew of Heart Attack Three Days Before Disclosing It U.S., October 9

    “I think we did it appropriately and did it as quickly as we could,” Mr. Sanders said. “No apologies.”

  119. Undeterred by White House Threat, Democrats Push Impeachment Inquiry Ahead U.S., October 9

    Democrats want to test the limits of the White House’s refusal to hand over documents and witnesses related to Ukraine.

  120. Trump Is Serious About Carrying Minnesota, the One That Got Away in 2016 U.S., October 9

    The president lost the state by less than 45,000 votes in 2016, despite barely campaigning there. He holds a rally in Minneapolis Thursday night.

  121. In Shift, Warren Says She’ll Forgo Big Money Events if Nominated U.S., October 9

    Skipping fund-raisers has been a big part of her message as she has risen in the Democratic primary. She had previously said she would not unilaterally disarm against President Trump in a general election.

  122. How Can Democrats Keep Themselves From Overreaching? Opinion, October 9

    And is that even the right question for 2020?

  123. On Climate Change, Biden Has a Record and a Plan. Young Activists Want More. Climate, October 9

    No presidential candidate has Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s experience in the trenches of the climate wars. For a youth-driven movement, though, he may not be the man of the hour.

  124. What Joe Biden Learned at the Last Two Impeachments U.S., October 9

    Until Wednesday, he had resisted calling for President Trump’s impeachment. His experience as a senator helps explain his restraint.

  125. Facebook’s Hands-Off Approach to Political Speech Gets Impeachment Test Technology, October 8

    The company’s handling of a Trump campaign ad with unsubstantiated accusations about Joseph Biden foreshadows a continuing fight over misinformation.

  126. The Agonizing Imperfection of Pete Buttigieg Opinion, October 8

    So talented yet so vulnerable — like all the leading contenders for the Democratic nomination.

  127. Sanders Says He Will ‘Change the Nature’ of His Campaign After Heart Attack U.S., October 8

    The Vermont senator also acknowledged that voters would take his health into account when deciding whether to support him.

  128. Bernie Sanders Says He Will Slow His Campaign Pace After Heart Attack U.S., October 8

    The Vermont senator said he would “change the nature” of his campaign. He also acknowledged that voters would take his health into account when deciding whether to support him.

  129. Fifth Democratic Debate Will Be in Georgia, With 8 Candidates So Far U.S., October 8

    The Democratic National Committee announced that the debate would be held in the Atlanta area on Nov. 20, hosted by MSNBC and The Washington Post.

  130. Trump Criticizes Minneapolis Over Rally Security Costs U.S., October 8

    A $530,000 fee for security at a rally planned for Thursday is too high, President Trump and his campaign said. “Welcome to Minneapolis where we pay our bills,” the city’s mayor said in response.

  131. Elizabeth Warren Details Her Account of Losing Teaching Job Because of Pregnancy U.S., October 8

    Ms. Warren said she had grown more comfortable talking about her experience over the years, explaining why her description of the 1971 episode in her stump speeches differs from how she discussed it in the past.

  132. The Yom Kippur Prayer on Cory Booker’s Lips U.S., October 8

    On the 2020 campaign trail, the senator from New Jersey relies on some help from his rabbinical friends, and his decades of Jewish learning.

  133. The Yom Kippur Prayer on Cory Booker’s Lips U.S., October 8

    On the 2020 campaign trail, the senator from New Jersey relies on some help from his rabbinical friends, and his decades of Jewish learning.

  134. Julián Castro’s Mom Always Wanted Him to Be This Outspoken U.S., October 8

    It took Donald Trump to help get him there.

  135. Remember When Bill Clinton Was Accused of Trading White House Access for Political Favors? Opinion, October 7

    Republican lawmakers were incensed. Yet President Trump has actually warped foreign policy for political reasons and they defend him.

  136. How Will Bernie Sanders’s Heart Attack Affect His Campaign? U.S., October 7

    As a leading candidate in an extremely tight race, Mr. Sanders will inevitably face questions about the viability and intensity of his campaign going forward.

  137. Bernie Sanders’s Heart Attack: Should He Stay in the Race? Opinion, October 7

    Readers disagree about whether he should withdraw for the sake of his health or whether it is a “nonissue.”

  138. New York City: Are We an Empire in Decline? Opinion, October 7

    The city was built on big ideas, but lately the vision seems smaller.

  139. ‘I Gave the Other Guy a Shot’ U.S., October 7

    After taking a chance on Donald Trump in 2016, a swing county in western Pennsylvania is up for grabs again.

  140. Kamala Harris Has Settled on an Iowa Strategy. Now What? U.S., October 6

    Ms. Harris has seen her stock fall in the presidential race. As she goes all in on Iowa, will voters respond?

  141. Kamala Harris Has Settled on an Iowa Strategy. Now What? U.S., October 6

    Ms. Harris has seen her stock fall in the presidential race. As she goes all in on Iowa, will voters respond?

  142. Flawed Legislation to Protect the 2020 Vote Opinion, October 6

    Readers cite shortcomings in a bill that gives states $250 million to promote election security. Also: Loving cats; knitting at the ballpark.

  143. Elizabeth Warren’s Big Challenge: Winning Black Voters U.S., October 6

    African-Americans were essential to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton winning competitive primaries like Ms. Warren faces in 2020. For now, Joe Biden has far deeper support.

  144. Why This Ex-Con Mayor Is Running Away From Reporters New York, October 6

    Joe Ganim, the mayor of Connecticut’s largest city, won a disputed primary. Now the state is investigating possible voting irregularities.

  145. Top Biden Donors Gather Amid Storm Clouds Over Campaign U.S., October 5

    Now fourth in the Democratic money chase and under fire from President Trump, Joseph R. Biden Jr. is increasingly dependent on his top donors, many of whom met in Philadelphia.

  146. Biden Faced His Biggest Challenge, and Struggled to Form a Response U.S., October 5

    As Trump made unfounded allegations about Biden and his son, the former vice president was torn over what to do. He now looks more vulnerable than at any point in the campaign.

  147. Bernie Sanders Has a Heart Attack: This Week in the 2020 Race U.S., October 5

    Here are seven things that happened in the presidential campaign this week.

  148. China Loves News About Trump’s Controversies. Not This Time. World, October 5

    Since President Trump called for China to investigate the Bidens, Chinese media and officials have been notably muted. They have reason for caution, said experts.

  149. Bernie Sanders Had Heart Attack, His Doctors Say as He Leaves Hospital U.S., October 4

    “After two and a half days in the hospital, I feel great, and after taking a short time off, I look forward to getting back to work,” Mr. Sanders said.

  150. Impeachment, Prince Harry, Diahann Carroll: Your Friday Evening Briefing Briefing, October 4

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.