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  1. Words of Gratitude From Maryland National, November 25

    The New York Times asked poets laureate from across the country what the people in their states had to be thankful for in this difficult year.

  2. Words of Gratitude From Delaware National, November 25

    The New York Times asked poets laureate from across the country what the people in their states had to be thankful for in this difficult year.

  3. $1.3 Million Homes in Pennsylvania, Colorado and Texas Real Estate, November 25

    A 1769 townhouse in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia, an 1898 home in Denver and a 1997 postmodern house designed by Michael Graves in Austin.

  4. What You Get for $1.3 Million Slideshow, November 25

    A 1769 townhouse in Society Hill, Philadelphia; an 1898 home in Denver; and 1997 postmodern house designed by Michael Graves in Austin, Texas.

  5. A Failed Attempt to Overturn the Election Podcasts, November 24

    The Trump administration has authorized formal preparations for the transfer of power. Here is a look at the campaign of lawsuits, lies and pressure that sought to prevent that from happening.

  6. Trump Administration Approves Start of Formal Transition to Biden Politics, November 23

    A key official designated President-elect Joe Biden as the apparent winner after Michigan certified his victory there and President Trump lost another court decision in Pennsylvania.

  7. Republicans Rewrite an Old Playbook on Disenfranchising Black Americans Politics, November 22

    As they try to somehow reverse Joe Biden’s victory, President Trump and his allies have targeted heavily Black cities, painting them as corrupt and trying to throw out huge numbers of votes.

  8. Judge Dismisses Trump Lawsuit Seeking to Delay Certification in Pennsylvania Politics, November 21

    In a scathing order, a federal judge rejected the Trump campaign’s claim of widespread improprieties with mail-in ballots, removing a major legal hurdle to certifying Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory there.

  9. Pharmacist and Drug Dealer Sentenced to Prison in Plot to Firebomb Rival Pharmacy Express, November 20

    The Nebraska pharmacist was sentenced to nine years and the Maryland drug dealer was sentenced for 14 years for the plot.

  10. Trump Campaign Lawyers Step Up but Are Swiftly Knocked Down Washington, November 20

    The race to file lawsuits challenging the election results has forced lawyers into mistakes and uncomfortable court appearances.

  11. Biden Calls Trump’s Attack on Electoral Process ‘Totally Irresponsible’ Washington, November 19

    Choosing his words carefully, the president-elect stepped up his criticism of President Trump and warned that the delayed transition sent “a horrible message about who we are as a country.”

  12. So, Did ‘Bad Things Happen’ With the Election in Philadelphia? Op Ed, November 19

    Despite President Trump’s message, the evidence shows no signs of fraud.

  13. Threats and Tensions Rise as Trump and Allies Attack Elections Process Politics, November 18

    Confrontations have escalated in swing states, with elections officials in both parties facing threats of violence, as the president and other Republicans try to subvert the country’s voting system.

  14. Threats and Tensions Rise as Trump and Allies Attack Elections Process Politics, November 18

    Confrontations have escalated in swing states, with elections officials in both parties facing threats of violence, as the president and other Republicans try to subvert the country’s voting system.

  15. Military Judge in U.S. Held Court by Video Link to Guantánamo Bay Washington, November 18

    The Pentagon staged its first “Zoom Court” linking the courtroom at Guantánamo Bay to a secret location in the United States for a classified hearing in a military commissions case.

  16. Eleanor Schano, Trailblazing Journalist in Pittsburgh, Dies at 88 Obits, November 17

    Ms. Schano rose from “weather girl” to reporter to anchor in firsts for the city, hiding three pregnancies along the way. She died of Covid-19.

  17. A ‘Surprising and Unexpected’ Update at Winterthur Real Estate, November 17

    The museum’s director recruited the designer Thomas Jayne to bring new life to the Federal-style Chandler Farm, the house where her family lives.

  18. Lockdowns, Round 2: A New Virus Surge Prompts Restrictions, and Pushback National, November 16

    California and Michigan moved to shut down indoor dining, and Philadelphia severely limited indoor gatherings. With more than 150,000 virus cases daily, the nation is shutting down again.

  19. The Cities Central to Fraud Conspiracy Theories Didn’t Cost Trump the Election Upshot, November 16

    Yet Philadelphia, Milwaukee and Detroit have become the targets of G.O.P. allegations of voting shenanigans.

  20. Behind Trump’s Yearslong Effort to Turn Losing Into Winning Washington, November 15

    Even before he was elected in 2016, Donald J. Trump was building a conspiracy theory about voter fraud that took on new energy this year, as his political fortunes ebbed during the coronavirus pandemic.

  21. Trump Loses String of Election Lawsuits, Leaving Few Vehicles to Fight His Defeat Washington, November 13

    The president’s efforts to use the courts to delay or block President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory were turned aside in cases in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Arizona.

  22. Trump Is Not Doing Well With His Election Lawsuits. Here’s a Rundown. Washington, November 13

    The president has suffered a string of defeats in pursuing legal action seeking to delay certification of his loss to President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  23. Could State Legislatures Pick Electors to Vote for Trump? Not Likely Politics, November 13

    Some Trump allies have suggested that Republican lawmakers should override the will of voters who elected Joe Biden the next president.

  24. Sports Helped Shape Biden. But Expect a Quieter Fan in the White House. Sports, November 12

    Playing football in high school helped the president-elect overcome a stutter. And while he is known to be a sports fan, he has not displayed a taste for inserting politics in sports.

  25. Math Lessons From Pennsylvania Op Ed, November 12

    The state’s lieutenant governor has been tweeting since election night. Mostly he’s trying to get the president to understand simple arithmetic.

  26. $225,000 Homes in Indiana, Virginia and Delaware Real Estate, November 11

    A Dutch Colonial-style bungalow in Indianapolis, a Victorian rowhouse in Richmond and a 1918 home in Wilmington.

  27. What You Get for $225,000 Slideshow, November 11

    A Dutch Colonial-style bungalow in Indianapolis; a Victorian rowhouse in Richmond, Va.; and a 1918 home in Wilmington, Del.

  28. The Times Called Officials in Every State: No Evidence of Voter Fraud Politics, November 10

    The president and his allies have baselessly claimed that rampant voter fraud stole victory from him. Officials contacted by The Times said that there were no irregularities that affected the outcome.

  29. Aumenta el flujo de información falsa sobre que Biden ‘perdió’ Pensilvania en Español, November 10

    Algunos de los aliados de más alto perfil del presidente Trump han ayudado a encender rumores falsos que dicen que el presidente electo no ganó el estado. Y Facebook, Twitter y YouTube batallan para controlarlo.

  30. Dog People Are Loving This (at Least Some of Them) Styles, November 10

    President-elect Biden is headed to Washington with Champ and Major, who will be the White House’s first shelter dog.

  31. False Claims That Biden ‘Lost’ Pennsylvania Surge, and Tech Companies Struggle to Keep Up Technology, November 10

    Some of President Trump’s most prominent allies helped to set the rumors in motion.

  32. False Claims That Biden ‘Lost’ Pennsylvania Surge, and Tech Companies Struggle to Keep Up Business, November 10

    Some of President Trump’s most prominent allies helped to set the rumors in motion.

  33. False claims that Biden ‘lost’ Pennsylvania surge, and tech companies struggle to keep up. Business, November 10

    Some of President Trump’s most prominent allies helped to set the rumors in motion.

  34. Growing Discomfort at Law Firms Representing Trump in Election Lawsuits Business, November 9

    Some lawyers at Jones Day and Porter Wright, which have filed suits about the 2020 vote, said they were worried about undermining the electoral system.

  35. Democracy Required Kind of a Lot of Patience, Actually Politics, November 9

    Delaware’s own Joe Biden was eventually named the winner of the 2020 presidential race. By then, Delaware itself had gotten a decent turn in the spotlight, as the nation waited.

  36. Where the ‘Blue Wall’ Was Strongest, and Where Cracks Appeared Politics, November 9

    President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. took back Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin by surging in the suburbs. He held his own in big cities, but there were signs of weakness in Black and Latino neighborhoods.

  37. Trump Put Down Philadelphia. The City Got Payback. Politics, November 9

    A city that “will long remember slights,” as one area congressman put it, came through for Joe Biden, who benefited from his ties there and President Trump’s affronts to its voters.

  38. ‘Lawn and Order!’ ‘Make America rake again.’ The (other) Four Seasons is selling merchandise. Business, November 9

  39. Celebration and Sorrow: Americans React to the Election Podcasts, November 9

    We traveled the country to capture dispatches from a divided nation.

  40. Conor Lamb, House Moderate, on Biden’s Win, ‘the Squad’ and the Future of the Democratic Party Politics, November 8

    Conor Lamb, who survived a Republican challenge in Pennsylvania, says Democrats were given a message on Election Day: Backlash to progressive policies risks killing their House majority.

  41. In Pennsylvania, Trump Voter Fury Foretells a Nation Still Divided Politics, November 8

    President Trump has presented no hard evidence of voter fraud, but his charges have riled supporters in Pennsylvania who now insist the election has been stolen.

  42. ‘It’s Such a Relief’: Biden Voters Rebuild a Wall That Trump Smashed Politics, November 8

    Joe Biden’s victory was particularly sweet for supporters in three states he had to win: Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan.

  43. In Pennsylvania, Trump Voter Fury Foretells a Nation Still Divided Politics, November 8

    President Trump has presented no hard evidence of voter fraud, but his charges have riled supporters in Pennsylvania who now insist the election has been stolen.

  44. Five Takeaways From President-Elect Biden’s Victory Speech Politics, November 8

    As he addressed the nation from Delaware, Joseph R. Biden Jr. set a tone that was very different from President Trump’s.

  45. Dancing in the Streets, and a Parking Lot, for Joe Biden Politics, November 8

    Defeating President Trump can do strange things for a man’s reputation.

  46. How Joe Biden Won the Presidency Politics, November 7

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. campaigned as a sober and conventional presence, concerned about the “soul of the country.” He correctly judged the character of the country, and benefited from President Trump’s missteps.

  47. Dancing in the Streets, and a Parking Lot, for Joe Biden Politics, November 8

    Defeating President Trump can do strange things for a man’s reputation.

  48. Donald Trump y sus asesores: entre la negación y la resignación en Español, November 7

    El presidente no tiene planes de dar el tradicional discurso de concesión, dijeron algunos aliados. Su campaña prometió continuar las impugnaciones electorales en todo el país.

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

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

  50. Biden, Now President-Elect, Calls for End to ‘Grim Era of Demonization’ Politics, November 7

    Joe Biden, in his first post-victory speech, joined his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, in addressing the country and reached out to President Trump’s supporters. “Let’s give each other a chance,” he said.

  51. The Key States Biden Won en Route to the White House Politics, November 7

    Joe Biden had to flip a few states that went to President Trump in 2016 and hold on to Democratic-leaning battleground states to win the election. Here’s how it happened.

  52. The Key States Biden Won en Route to the White House Politics, November 7

    Joe Biden had to flip a few states that went to President Trump in 2016 and hold on to Democratic-leaning battleground states to win the election. Here’s how it happened.

  53. Un presidente electo forjado por la tragedia y la tradición en Español, November 7

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. ha dedicado su carrera a las instituciones y las relaciones. Esas serán sus herramientas para gobernar a una nación dividida.

  54. Irish Home of Biden’s Great-Great-Great Grandfather Cheers His Victory Foreign, November 7

    He may be five generations removed, but the president-elect is a hometown boy in Ballina, Ireland.

  55. Irish Home of Biden’s Great-Great-Great Grandfather Cheers His Victory Foreign, November 7

    He may be five generations removed, but the president-elect is a hometown boy in Ballina, Ireland.

  56. Protesters Dance Outside Philadelphia Vote-Counting Site Video, November 7

    Large groups of demonstrators gathered outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center Friday night as the Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s lead increased in the battleground state.

  57. What’s Still Left to Count, and Why Hasn’t a Winner Been Called? Upshot, November 7

    Biden’s lead is expected to expand again in Pennsylvania today.

  58. Leading in Pennsylvania, Biden Tells Nation, ‘We’re Going to Win This Race’ Politics, November 6

    Joe Biden also pulled ahead in Georgia, and maintained leads in Nevada and Arizona. President Trump and his team weighed legal options, but lawsuits this week have had no meaningful effect on the tabulation of ballots.

  59. With No Evidence of Fraud, Trump Fails to Make Headway on Legal Cases Politics, November 6

    The president appeared to have little path through the courts to shift the outcome of the election, leaving him reliant on long shots like recounts or pressure on state legislatures.

  60. With No Evidence of Fraud, Trump Fails to Make Headway on Legal Cases Politics, November 6

    The president appeared to have little path through the courts to shift the outcome of the election, leaving him reliant on long shots like recounts or pressure on state legislatures.

  61. Where the Election Fight Is Playing Out in the Courts Politics, November 6

    The Trump campaign has intensified its efforts to stop vote counting and to question the validity of ballots, with nearly a dozen lawsuits in Nevada, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia.

  62. No, 21,000 Dead People in Pennsylvania Did Not Vote Business, November 6

    The viral claim stemmed from a lawsuit that a federal judge in the state had already cast doubt on.

  63. No, 21,000 Dead People in Pennsylvania Did Not Vote Technology, November 6

    The viral claim stemmed from a lawsuit that a federal judge in the state had already cast doubt on.

  64. The Great State of Pennsylvania? No. The Greatest State. Also, Not a State. Styles, November 6

    It’s a commonwealth, thank you for caring and wanting to know more.

  65. Así van los estados clave en un día decisivo para Joe Biden en Español, November 6

    El nominado demócrata ahora lidera en Georgia y Pensilvania y tal vez es solo cuestión de tiempo para que Pensilvania quede fuera del alcance de Trump.

  66. What’s Left to Count in a Possible Day of Decision for Biden Upshot, November 6

    He now leads in Georgia and Pennsylvania, and it seems just a matter of time before the race in Pennsylvania is put out of reach.

  67. Biden on the Brink Politics, November 6

    Biden leads in Georgia and Trump’s edge in Pennsylvania evaporates: This is your morning tip sheet.

  68. Biden Makes Gains in Key States as Anxious Nation Awaits Winner Politics, November 5

    Joe Biden picked up votes in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Georgia and urged patience with the slow-moving vote count. President Trump appeared in the evening to break his silence, lying about “illegal” votes.

  69. Biden Pulls Ahead in Key States as Anxious Nation Awaits Winner Politics, November 5

    Joe Biden picked up votes in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Georgia and urged patience with the slow-moving vote count. President Trump appeared in the evening to break his silence, lying about “illegal” votes.

  70. In Torrent of Falsehoods, Trump Claims Election Is Being Stolen Washington, November 5

    Most television networks cut away from the statement President Trump gave Thursday night from the White House briefing room on the grounds that what he was saying was not true.

  71. Pennsylvania Official Says Integrity of State’s Voting Processes Is ‘Unparalleled’ Video, November 5

    At a news conference on Thursday, Kathy Boockvar, Pennsylvania’s secretary of state, said that while a large percentage of votes in the state had been counted, the results were not yet certain.

  72. Watch Full Video: Pennsylvania Official Holds News Conference Video, November 5

    Kathy Boockvar, Pennsylvania’s secretary of state, held a news conference to provide updates on the state’s general election.

  73. Trump Can Try, but the Courts Won’t Decide the Election Op Ed, November 5

    Judges, like most Americans, will surely see that the winner should be chosen by no one other than voters.

  74. Cuándo podríamos saber los resultados de las elecciones en Español, November 5

    El conteo sigue, pero parece que estamos más cerca de un ganador.

  75. Cuándo podríamos saber los resultados de las elecciones en Español, November 5

    El conteo sigue, pero parece que estamos más cerca de un ganador.

  76. When We Might Know Election Results Politics, November 5

    The count goes on, but we appear to be closer to a winner.

  77. Biden Appears to Hold Edge in the Key Votes Left to Be Counted The Upshot, November 5

    The tabulations continue in the states too close to call, but some things are becoming clearer.

  78. Biden Appears to Hold Edge in the Key Votes Left to Be Counted Upshot, November 5

    The tabulations continue in the states too close to call, but some things are becoming clearer.

  79. ¿Es posible un fraude electoral en Estados Unidos? en Español, November 5

    Robarse una elección presidencial, como han argumentado algunos republicanos, requiere un nivel impracticable de planeación, coordinación y buena suerte.

  80. Will Every Vote Count in Pennsylvania? Video, November 4

    The vote count continues across Pennsylvania. But the rules are still in dispute, and legal battles raise questions about whether every vote will be counted.

  81. Protests Spread Across U.S. as Votes are Counted Video, November 4

    A wide range of demonstrators gathered on Wednesday night in cities including Portland, Ore., Philadelphia, Chicago and New York. Marchers showed support for counting all votes in the election, for Black Lives Matter and for other causes.

  82. Philadelphia Releases Body-Camera Video of Fatal Police Shooting of Black Man Express, November 4

    Amid calls for calm, officials also announced measures to help officers respond to mental health crises.

  83. A Way for the Supreme Court to Protect Religious Minorities Op Ed, November 4

    The justices have an opportunity to overturn a precedent that has hurt Americans’ First Amendment rights.

  84. With His Path to Re-election Narrowing, Trump Turns to the Courts Politics, November 4

    The president pursued lawsuits in Pennsylvania and Michigan, and his campaign said it would demand a recount in Wisconsin.

  85. In Philadelphia, Hundreds Protest Police Killing Video, November 4

    Demonstrators gathered outside City Hall on Wednesday night to condemn the Oct. 26 police killing of Walter Wallace, a Black resident of West Philadelphia. They also showed support for the vote counting still underway in Pennsylvania.

  86. Pennsylvania Remains Up for Grabs as Trump and Biden Assert Confidence Politics, November 4

    Both sides are maneuvering for a possible ballot-by-ballot legal fight if the race is extremely close.

  87. As States Fall His Way, Biden Vows ‘Every Vote Must Be Counted’ Politics, November 4

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. picked up victories in Michigan and Wisconsin, giving him an advantageous position, as President Trump prepared legal challenges.

  88. Republicans Claim Voter Fraud. How Would That Work? Op Ed, November 4

    Stealing a presidential election requires an unrealistic level of planning, coordination and good luck.

  89. Supreme Court Weighs Legacy of Same-Sex Marriage Case Washington, November 4

    The justices considered whether a city may exclude a Catholic social services agency from its foster care system because it refuses to work with gay couples.

  90. Elecciones 2020: ¿Qué falta en los estados que decidirán la elección? en Español, November 4

    Todavía es muy pronto para saberlo, pero hay indicios de lo que podría pasar.

  91. Los escenarios posibles para Trump y Biden: ¿qué necesita cada uno para ganar la elección? en Español, November 4

    Joe Biden se acercó a los 270 votos electorales con victorias en Wisconsin y Michigan el miércoles, y dejó al presidente Trump en buena medida jugando a la defensa en el mapa de los estados en disputa.

  92. What’s Left in the Seven States That Will Decide the Race Upshot, November 4

    Though they’re still too close to call, there are some indications of which way things might go.

  93. What’s Left in the Seven States That Will Decide the Race The Upshot, November 4

    Though they’re still too close to call, there are some indications of which way things might go.

  94. What’s Left in the Seven States That Will Decide the Race Upshot, November 4

    Though they’re still too close to call, they’re tilting in Biden’s direction for now.

  95. What’s Left in the States That Will Decide the Race Upshot, November 4

    Although some are still too close to call, they’re tilting in Biden’s direction for now.

  96. How Biden’s Discipline on Rebuilding the ‘Blue Wall’ Moved Him Close to Victory Politics, November 4

    From the beginning of his campaign until the end, Joseph R. Biden Jr. concentrated on winning back Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, rather than becoming overly distracted by red states.

  97. The Remaining Vote in Pennsylvania Appears to Be Overwhelmingly for Biden Upshot, November 4

    The president leads by nearly 700,000 votes, but there are 1.4 million absentee votes outstanding.

  98. The Remaining Vote in Pennsylvania Appears to Be Overwhelmingly for Biden Upshot, November 4

    The president leads by nearly 700,000 votes, but there are 1.4 million absentee votes outstanding.

  99. As the race tightens, chances of a protracted legal struggle increase. U.S., November 4

    With neither side delivering a knockout punch, lawyers are descending on states by the hundreds to fight over mail ballots.

  100. As the race tightens, chances of a protracted legal struggle increase. Politics, November 4

    With neither side delivering a knockout punch, lawyers are descending on states by the hundreds to fight over mail ballots.

  101. When We Might Know Election Results Politics, November 4

    The count goes on, but we appear to be closer to a winner.

  102. Can Biden Still Win? Can Trump Still Win? Yes. Here Are the Remaining Paths. Politics, November 4

    Joe Biden moved closer to 270 electoral votes with victories in Wisconsin and Michigan on Wednesday, leaving President Trump largely playing defense on the battleground map.

  103. Will Biden’s Focus on the ‘Blue Wall’ States Win Him the Election? Politics, November 4

    From the beginning of his campaign until the end, Joseph R. Biden Jr. concentrated on winning back Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. It is not clear that he did.

  104. Maryland Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Maryland election.

  105. In ‘Knife’s Edge’ Pennsylvania, Trump’s Fortunes Rely on His Rural Base Politics, November 3

    If President Trump is able to outperform the polls in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, it will be because he re-energized white, blue-collar voters in places like Butler County.

  106. In ‘Knife’s Edge’ Pennsylvania, Trump’s Fortunes Rely on His Rural Base Politics, November 3

    If President Trump is able to outperform the polls in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, it will be because he re-energized white, blue-collar voters in places like Butler County.

  107. Maryland Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  108. Pennsylvania Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  109. Delaware Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  110. Pennsylvania Election Results: 13th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Pennsylvania election.

  111. Pennsylvania Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Pennsylvania election.

  112. Pennsylvania Election Results: 18th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Pennsylvania election.

  113. Pennsylvania Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Pennsylvania election.

  114. Maryland Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Maryland election.

  115. Pennsylvania Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  116. Delaware Election Results: At-Large Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Delaware election.

  117. Delaware U.S. Senate Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Delaware election.

  118. Maryland Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps for the 2020 presidential election in Maryland.

  119. Maryland Question 2 Election Results: Allow Sports Betting Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Maryland election.

  120. Maryland Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Maryland election.

  121. The Daily: Live Election Day Broadcast Podcasts, November 3

    Come back at 4 p.m. Eastern time to hear live conversations with correspondents and voters on a history-making day. For now, listen to the trailer.

  122. Some Regions Still Experience Slow Delivery of Mail Ballots Washington, November 2

    In the final days of voting, the Postal Service is struggling to ensure timely delivery of ballots in parts of key battleground states like Pennsylvania and Michigan.

  123. Some Regions Still Experience Slow Delivery of Mail Ballots U.S., November 2

    In the final days of voting, the Postal Service is struggling to ensure timely delivery of ballots in parts of key battleground states like Pennsylvania and Michigan.

  124. Battleground States See the Most Voting Misinformation Business, November 2

    Pennsylvania, Ohio and Texas topped the list of places seeing the most vote-by-mail distortions, according to new data.

  125. A Stable Race’s Volatile Finish Politics, November 2

    The polls are pretty steady. Voters’ nerves are another matter. This is your morning tip sheet.

  126. A Viewer’s Guide to Election Night Podcasts, November 2

    How to understand the results as they roll in on Tuesday.

  127. ‘It’s Just Crazy’ in Pennsylvania: Mail Voting and the Anxiety That Followed Politics, November 2

    A county northeast of Pittsburgh is a microcosm of the high tension, confusion and deep uncertainty that have accompanied the expansion of mail-in voting.

  128. Has the Court Learned Nothing From Bush v. Gore? Op Ed, November 2

    Doesn’t seem like it has.

  129. In Dash to Finish, Biden and Trump Set Up Showdown in Pennsylvania Politics, November 1

    Both campaigns were intensifying their efforts in a state increasingly critical to victory, as the candidates and their surrogates planned a final blitz to make their closing arguments.

  130. Caregivers Have Witnessed the Coronavirus’s Pain. How Will They Vote? Politics, November 1

    In Pennsylvania, deaths in nursing homes account for almost two-thirds of all virus-related fatalities. Some of the people working inside those facilities say the pandemic is shaping their politics.

  131. Elecciones 2020: Biden supera a Trump en cuatro estados clave, muestran las encuestas en Español, November 1

    Trump enfrenta una avalancha de oposición nacional por parte de las mujeres, las personas de color, los votantes urbanos y de los suburbios, los jóvenes, los adultos mayores y los nuevos votantes.

  132. Election at Hand, Biden Leads Trump in Four Key States, Poll Shows Politics, November 1

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. leads President Trump in Pennsylvania, Florida, Arizona and, by a wide margin, in Wisconsin, according to a Times/Siena College poll.

  133. The Battlegrounds Within Battlegrounds Interactive, October 31

    Here are 20 counties in battleground states that are crucial for a White House victory.

  134. Trump Camp Uses Online Gimmick to Fuel Donations Into December Politics, October 31

    The Trump campaign is now automatically checking a box to create recurring weekly donations from supporters until mid-December.

  135. Trump Predicts No Results on Election Day Video, October 31

    During his rally in Newtown, Pa., on Saturday, President Trump warned that voters would be “waiting for weeks” to get final election results and called it “a terrible thing.”

  136. Trump Predicts No Results on Election Day Video, October 31

    During his rally in Newtown, Pa., on Saturday, President Trump warned that voters would be “waiting for weeks” to get final election results.

  137. Can Trump Woo Enough Black Men to Hurt Biden in Battleground States? Politics, October 31

    On the ground and in TV ads, the candidates are in an intense and surprising battle for Black male voters, who are crucial for Democrats trying to win back Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

  138. Final Weekend Campaigning Reflects Both Traditional Barnstorming and 2020 Chaos Politics, October 31

    The candidates visited two of the key “Blue Wall” states Mr. Trump won in 2016.

  139. Pennsylvania: Bucks County was tight in 2016, and voters are split again. U.S., October 31

  140. Poll Watchers Endure, Minus the Partisan Drama National, October 31

    As President Trump urges supporters to watch for fraud at polling places, people inside the polls already are keeping watch — and usually not finding much.

  141. Americans Surge to Polls: ‘I’m Going to Vote Like My Life Depends on It’ Politics, October 31

    Anxious but determined, Americans are pushing through challenges like the pandemic and long lines to cast their ballot. The country is on course to surpass 150 million votes for the first time.

  142. Campaign 2020: Let’s Never Do This Again Politics, October 31

    It’s not hope or change. It’s not making anything great. It’s just about making it through.

  143. Time Running Short, Trump and Biden Return to Northern Battlegrounds Politics, October 30

    Surprise victories in the Midwest catapulted President Trump to victory four years ago, and the region again looms as the critical battleground. Both candidates are focusing on it in the final days.

  144. N.E.H. Funds Restoration of Statues Toppled During Protests Culture, October 30

    Statues of Christopher Columbus in Baltimore and a Union Army colonel in Madison, Wis., will be repaired.

  145. The Daily: An Audio Guide to the Election Podcasts, October 30

    Join us on a sonic journey back through the presidential campaign in preparation for Election Day.

  146. The Daily: An Audio Guide to the Election Podcasts, October 30

    Join us on a sonic journey back through the presidential campaign in preparation for Election Day.

  147. The Daily: An Audio Guide to the Election Podcasts, October 30

    Join us on a sonic journey back through the presidential campaign in preparation for Election Day.

  148. 2016 Nonvoters, a Key Prize for Biden and Trump, Turn Out in Droves Politics, October 30

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

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

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

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

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