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  1. A Poem of Gratitude from Oklahoma National, Yesterday

    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. Theaster Gates Turns the Stain of the Past Into Art Weekend, November 25

    In his show at Gagosian, he merges the language of abstract art with the legacies of racial injustice.

  3. A Poem of Gratitude From Minnesota 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.

  4. A Poem of Gratitude From Missouri 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.

  5. Poems of Gratitude From Illinois 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.

  6. A Poem of Gratitude From South Dakota 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.

  7. A Poem of Gratitude From Kansas 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.

  8. A Poem of Gratitude From North Dakota 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.

  9. A Poem of Gratitude From Nebraska 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.

  10. A Poem of Gratitude From Ohio 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.

  11. Divvy Homes Says Rent-to-Own Deals Work. Next Year Will Be a Test. Business, November 25

    Portraying itself as a good guy in a seedy corner of home sales, Divvy has received mixed early reviews. But the bulk of its clients will soon have to decide whether to buy or back out.

  12. Honestie Hodges, Whose Handcuffing Changed Police Policy, Is Dead at 14 Obits, November 24

    Honestie’s handcuffing by the police in Grand Rapids, Mich., caused a national uproar and led to a new law enforcement policy on dealing with youths. Honestie died of Covid-19.

  13. Happiness Won’t Save You Op Ed, November 24

    Philip Brickman was an expert in the psychology of happiness, but he couldn’t make his own pain go away.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. Michigan Certifies Biden’s Win for 2020 Election Video, November 23

    Election officials in Michigan certified its election results on Monday, resisting pressure from President Trump to delay the process and making President-elect Biden’s win official.

  17. What We Know About a Suddenly Important Michigan Elections Board Politics, November 23

    Its work is usually routine, but thanks to a push by President Trump and other Republicans to overturn the election results, the Michigan Board of State Canvassers is now under a microscope.

  18. 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.

  19. 2 Sonic Drive-In Workers Die in Nebraska Shooting Express, November 22

    Two other employees were injured in the shooting on Saturday night. A man was arrested, but a motive for the episode was unclear.

  20. On Running While Black, With More Hope Than Before Sports, November 22

    As Black Lives Matter signs popped up in recent months, our columnist grew less wary of running in predominantly white neighborhoods. But is that optimism premature?

  21. Duty or Party? For Republicans, a Test of Whether to Enable Trump Politics, November 21

    In pushing his false claims to the limits and cowing Republicans into acquiescence or silence, President Trump has revealed the fragility of the electoral system — and shaken it.

  22. Why Are States Imposing Virus Curfews? Express, November 21

    State and city leaders are trying to slow the spread of the coronavirus without full lockdowns. But whether curfews will help remains unclear.

  23. 1 America, 1 Pandemic, 2 Realities National, November 21

    Journeys through two states found Americans leading starkly different lives in the pandemic. New Mexico feels at a standstill. In South Dakota, life is going right on.

  24. Georgia and Michigan Deliver Blows to Trump’s Efforts to Undo the Election Politics, November 20

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. was certified as the winner in Georgia, and Michigan Republicans said they had no information that would change the tally in a state Mr. Biden also won.

  25. 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.

  26. In Detroit, Trump’s Postelection Offensive Has a Familiar Feel National, November 20

    In a city that is used to being disparaged, President Trump’s attempt to overturn an election that he lost seems both extraordinary and business as usual.

  27. 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.

  28. 8 People Hurt in Shooting at Mall Near Milwaukee Express, November 20

    The shooting, which happened at the Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa, Wis., injured seven adults and one teenager, the police said.

  29. Kyle Rittenhouse, Accused of Killing 2 in Kenosha, Freed on $2 Million Bail National, November 20

    The 17-year-old was captured on video shooting three people during protests in Kenosha, Wis., over the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

  30. Justice Department Sues Jeffrey Lowe of ‘Tiger King’ Over Treatment of Animals Express, November 20

    Mr. Lowe took control of the animal park owned by another of the show’s main subjects, Joseph Maldonado-Passage, better known as Joe Exotic.

  31. Why Trump Will Fail in Michigan Op Ed, November 20

    His only success will be in ruining what should be the celebration of a successful election under highly challenging circumstances.

  32. Trump’s Effort to Undermine Election Is ‘Pathetic,’ Biden Lawyer Says Video, November 20

    Bob Bauer, the top election lawyer for President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr., called President Trump’s attempts to overturn Michigan’s election results “an abuse of office” and “doomed to failure.”

  33. Here’s What We Know About Trump’s Meeting With Michigan Lawmakers Politics, November 20

    Two of the state’s leading Republicans are headed to the White House on Friday, as the president continues his efforts to subvert the election results in their state.

  34. Parents Erupt in Frustration as New York City Schools Close N Y T Now, November 20

    “Does the mayor think we’re all stay-at-home moms?”

  35. Wisconsin Medical Examiner Prepared for the Worst. It Wasn’t Enough. National, November 20

    Patty Schachtner took masks to funeral homes and installed showers for sheriff’s deputies. No amount of preparation could ready her for what followed.

  36. The Mask Mandate Debate Interactive, November 20

    As the virus spread in South Dakota, an impassioned debate over a local mask ordinance played out before the Sioux Falls City Council

  37. Trump’s Latest Gambit Politics, November 20

    The president appears to meddle in Michigan’s electoral process: This is your morning tip sheet.

  38. Donald Trump Is Leaving Behind Blueprints to End Democracy Op Ed, November 20

    And I fear there’s no going back.

  39. Justice Dept. Executes Man for 1994 Kidnapping and Murder Washington, November 20

    The execution of Orlando Cordia Hall was the eighth since the Trump administration revived capital punishment for federal crimes and the first of three scheduled during the presidential transition.

  40. Trump’s Attempts to Overturn the Election Are Unparalleled in U.S. History Washington, November 19

    The president’s push to prevent states from certifying electors and get legislators to override voters’ choice eclipses even the bitter 1876 election as an audacious use of brute political force.

  41. Trump Targets Michigan in His Ploy to Subvert the Election Politics, November 19

    In a brazen step, the president invited Republican state leaders in Michigan to the White House as he and his allies try to prevent the state from certifying Joe Biden’s clear victory there.

  42. A Third Member of the Cincinnati City Council Is Charged With Corruption Express, November 19

    The charges against Alexander Sittenfeld, a mayoral hopeful, stunned local political leaders and reinforced what federal prosecutors have called a “culture of corruption” that has undermined trust in City Hall.

  43. 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.

  44. 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.

  45. When Michigan Republicans Refused to Certify Votes, It Wasn’t Normal Politics, November 18

    The G.O.P. members of a county canvassing board eventually approved Detroit’s election results, but the process left many voters wondering what stands between a routine election and a breakdown of democracy.

  46. Second Epstein Investigation Begins at Victoria’s Secret, but What’s Changed? Business, November 18

    An internal review started after Jeffrey Epstein’s ties to the company were revealed has not produced any public findings. Some employees question whether workplace issues have been properly addressed.

  47. When Michigan Republicans Refused to Certify Votes, It Wasn’t Normal Politics, November 18

    The G.O.P. members of a county canvassing board eventually approved Detroit’s election results, but the process left many voters wondering what stands between a routine election and a breakdown of democracy.

  48. Wisconsin Officer Who Fatally Shot Three Men in Five Years Resigns Express, November 18

    Joseph Mensah, a Black officer, most recently killed an armed Black teenager, Alvin Cole, setting off protests in the Milwaukee area.

  49. How Iowa’s Governor Went From Dismissing Mask Mandates to Ordering One Herself National, November 18

    “I don’t want to do this,” Gov. Kim Reynolds said, joining a wave of Republican governors issuing new mask orders as her state faces a spiraling hospital crisis.

  50. When Schools Close, Moms Fill Gaps N Y T Now, November 18

    In a brutal school year, mothers keep the country afloat.

  51. $1.7 Million Homes in Illinois, Massachusetts and Oregon Real Estate, November 18

    A Frank Lloyd Wright house outside Chicago, a rowhouse on Beacon Hill in Boston and a Queen Anne Victorian in Portland.

  52. What You Get for $1.7 Million Slideshow, November 18

    A Frank Lloyd Wright house outside Chicago; a rowhouse on Beacon Hill in Boston; and a Queen Anne Victorian in Portland, Ore.

  53. ‘MasterChef Junior’ Star Ben Watkins Dies of Cancer at 14 Express, November 18

    Ben, who lost his parents in a murder-suicide in 2017, had also worked at his father’s barbecue restaurant selling homemade cookies and brownies.

  54. Republicans Stall in Challenging the Election Politics, November 18

    G.O.P. elections officials backtrack in Michigan: This is your morning tip sheet.

  55. Michigan Republicans Backtrack After Refusing to Certify Election Results Politics, November 17

    G.O.P. members of the elections board in Wayne County, which includes Detroit and is heavily Democratic, reversed their decision to hold up approval of Joe Biden’s victory after an outcry.

  56. Time Runs Out for a U.S.-Canada Oil Pipeline Climate, November 17

    Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan said the state would shut down a line between her state and Ontario that has been operating since the 1950s.

  57. 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.

  58. An Artist Who Paints in Cryptic Pastel Symbols T Style, November 16

    Caroline Kent’s canvases explore the power and limits of language — and challenge the modernist canon of abstraction.

  59. David Andahl, 55, Dies; Elected Posthumously in North Dakota Obits, November 16

    He caught Covid-19 as the virus surged across the state. How to fill his vacant seat in the state legislature remained in dispute.

  60. N.C.A.A. to Host Men’s Basketball Tournament in One City for 2021 Sports, November 16

    The event, which is typically spread across the United States, could be held in its entirety in Indianapolis, organizers said.

  61. 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.

  62. How a Minneapolis Suburb Turned Blue, Despite Trump’s Law-and-Order Pitch National, November 16

    President Trump comfortably carried Chaska, Minn., in 2016. This time, he lost by nine percentage points — a dramatic shift that similarly played out in suburban counties across the country.

  63. 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.

  64. Roger Jepsen, Senator From Iowa and Reagan Ally, Dies at 91 Obits, November 15

    A voice for farmers, he lost a re-election bid after it was disclosed that he had joined a health spa that was shut down on prostitution charges.

  65. 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.

  66. 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.

  67. 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.

  68. David Easton, Architect for an American Gentry, Dies at 83 Obits, November 12

    He was noted in the ’80s for his English-style manors, catering to an opulent clientele with a taste for grandeur.

  69. Governors Call for More Coronavirus Restrictions Video, November 12

    More than a third of the governors across the U.S., including Gov. Tony Evers of Wisconsin and Gov. Mike DeWine of Ohio, have issued public appeals for people to take coronavirus prevention measures seriously.

  70. What Places Are Hardest Hit by the Coronavirus? It Depends on the Measure National, November 12

    By different metrics, all sorts of locations in the United States are deeply troubling, from Minot, N.D., to New York City.

  71. There is no proof that people stole maiden names to vote. Business, November 11

    The hashtag #MaidenGate has spread, even though the tweet that planted the rumor contained no evidence of the supposed fraud.

  72. $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.

  73. 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.

  74. 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.

  75. Before Harris, This Vice President Broke a Racial Barrier U.S., November 10

    Charles Curtis, who served as vice president from 1929 to 1933, grew up in part on Kanza land and spoke proudly of his Native American ancestry.

  76. Before Harris, This Vice President Broke a Racial Barrier Express, November 10

    Charles Curtis, who served as vice president from 1929 to 1933, grew up in part on Kanza land and spoke proudly of his Native American ancestry.

  77. Go Ahead, Binge Old Movies and Jam Out to ’90s Hits Express, November 10

    Decades-old movies, songs and video games have surged in popularity over the pandemic. Psychologists say conjuring nostalgia during stressful times is a healthy coping mechanism.

  78. Así fue como Biden ganó la presidencia de Estados Unidos en Español, November 10

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. hizo campaña como un líder sobrio y convencional, preocupado por el “alma del país”. Juzgó correctamente el carácter de la nación y se benefició de los errores del presidente Trump.

  79. 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.

  80. No, Software Glitches Are Not Affecting Vote Counts Business, November 9

    Some Republicans have blamed software glitches for vote-count issues in Michigan and Georgia. The Michigan cases were caused by human error and soon fixed, while Georgia software issues didn’t affect tallies.

  81. 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.

  82. Sterling Brown Agrees to $750,000 Settlement in Lawsuit Against Milwaukee Express, November 9

    The city would also have to admit wrongdoing in its arrest of the Milwaukee Bucks player, who sued the city after the police used a Taser to subdue him during a confrontation over a parking violation in 2018.

  83. Businesses Trying to Rebound After Unrest Face a Challenge: Not Enough Insurance Business, November 9

    Some activists have downplayed the damage to businesses from looting and arson in racial justice protests around the country. But some small entrepreneurs are struggling.

  84. Businesses Trying to Rebound After Unrest Face a Challenge: Not Enough Insurance Business, November 9

    Some activists have downplayed the damage to businesses from looting and arson in racial justice protests around the country. But some small entrepreneurs are struggling.

  85. Roger Ryman, a ‘Real-Life’ Cowboy From Nebraska, Dies at 70 Obits, November 9

    After working summers at the family ranch, he decided to saddle up as a job, turning to selling real estate later in life. He died of Covid-19.

  86. Trading Blame and Worry, Notre Dame Grapples With Celebration’s Fallout Sports, November 9

    The university’s president promised strict punishments for students who break virus protocols. But his credibility on campus is wearing thin.

  87. A Nation Votes for Joe Biden, and a Red State Shrugs Politics, November 8

    Nebraska delivered one electoral vote for Mr. Biden, but the rest of the rural state is deeply red, and mostly accepting of the election results.

  88. Kansas Democrat Who Admitted to Revenge Porn Wins State House Seat Express, November 8

    Now, state party leaders are looking to replace the representative-elect, Aaron Coleman.

  89. As a Bitter Election Ends, 26 Americans Look to the Future National, November 8

    We asked voters about their hopes for the next four years — regardless of the occupant in the White House.

  90. ‘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.

  91. Woman Who Says She Was Fired for Being a Lesbian Is Elected Sheriff Express, November 8

    Charmaine McGuffey, an ex-major in the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio, defeated her former boss in a primary and won the general election against a candidate the sheriff had backed.

  92. 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.

  93. 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.

  94. 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.

  95. A Motorcycle Rally in a Pandemic? ‘We Kind of Knew What Was Going to Happen’ National, November 6

    Infectious-disease experts warned about the risk of cramming revelers into the Black Hills of South Dakota. But it was the annual Sturgis rally, and bikers were coming no matter what.

  96. 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.

  97. Prosecutors in Kenosha Drop Sexual Assault Charge Against Jacob Blake Express, November 6

    Mr. Blake, a 29-year-old Black man, was partly paralyzed after a white police officer shot him seven times in the back in Kenosha, Wis., in August, setting off protests.

  98. How Claims of Dead Michigan Voters Spread Faster Than the Facts Business, November 6

    Run-of-the-mill clerical errors have been used as false evidence of voter fraud in Michigan.

  99. How Claims of Dead Michigan Voters Spread Faster Than the Facts Business, November 6

    Journalists have debunked most claims of voter fraud, but President Trump’s supporters have not seemed to notice.

  100. 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.

  101. 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.

  102. Video Shows Scene Outside TCF Center in Detroit Video, November 5

    A group of President Trump supporters faced off against Black Lives Matter protesters in Detroit on Thursday morning outside of the TCF Center where the city’s votes had been tallied.

  103. Ex-Officers in George Floyd Case to Be Tried Together, With Cameras Rolling National, November 5

    The judge in the case also ruled that the trial would remain in the Minneapolis area after the defendants sought a change of venue.

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

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

  105. Detroit Protesters Organized Online. Then Misinformation Spread. Technology, November 5

    Unfounded rumors about the gathering were shared by President Trump and others.

  106. There’s a Simple Reason Workers Covered Windows at a Detroit Vote-Counting Site Business, November 5

    Unfounded rumors about the gathering were shared by President Trump and others.

  107. There’s a Simple Reason Workers Covered Windows at a Detroit Vote-Counting Site Business, November 5

    Unfounded rumors about the gathering were shared by President Trump and others.

  108. Residents Feared Low-Income Housing Would Ruin Their Suburb. It Didn’t. National, November 5

    President Trump told suburban voters that affordable housing would hurt property values and increase crime. The story of one Wisconsin community challenges those assumptions.

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

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

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

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

  111. ‘Count Every Vote’: Protests Over Ballot Tallies Sweep Through U.S. Cities National, November 5

    Protesters marched in Minneapolis, New York and elsewhere against President Trump, while some of his supporters gathered near a Phoenix building where crucial votes were being counted.

  112. 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.

  113. Victoria Spartz Wins Indiana House Seat, Quashing Democrats’ Hope of a Flip Washington, November 4

    Beating back a swell of liberal enthusiasm from suburban voters, Ms. Spartz, a Republican state senator, was elected to the House in a reliably conservative district outside Indianapolis.

  114. 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.

  115. 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.

  116. ‘Stop the Count’: Protesters Swarm Detroit Vote-Counting Center Video, November 4

    Supporters of President Trump and Democratic observers converged on the TCF Center in Detroit as poll workers tried to finish counting more than 170,000 absentee ballots.

  117. No, Joe Biden Wasn’t Suddenly Awarded 138,000 Votes in Michigan Technology, November 4

    Screenshots of an election map suggested that 100 percent of a vote update in Michigan went to Mr. Biden. The reason: A typo that was quickly fixed.

  118. No, Joe Biden Wasn’t Suddenly Awarded 138,000 Votes in Michigan Business, November 4

    Screenshots of an election map suggested that 100 percent of a vote update in Michigan went to Mr. Biden. The reason: A typo that was quickly fixed.

  119. No, Joe Biden Wasn’t Suddenly Awarded 138,000 Votes in Michigan Business, November 4

    Screenshots of an election map suggested that 100 percent of a vote update in Michigan went to Mr. Biden. The reason: A typo that was quickly fixed.

  120. La reñida contienda electoral de EE. UU. fomenta la desinformación, advierten los investigadores en Español, November 4

    La elección presidencial ha sido muy reñida, lo que según los especialistas, puede ser el peor escenario para la proliferación de información errónea.

  121. 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.

  122. Unclear Result a Recipe for Disinformation, Researchers Say Technology, November 4

    There remains a huge information gap that is ripe for exploitation.

  123. Unclear Result a Recipe for Disinformation, Researchers Say Business, November 4

    There remains a huge information gap that is ripe for exploitation.

  124. 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.

  125. 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.

  126. 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.

  127. 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.

  128. 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.

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

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

  130. 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.

  131. 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.

  132. 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.

  133. Stephanie Bice Ousts Kendra Horn, Giving Republicans a Key House Victory Washington, November 4

    The Republican state senator toppled the lone Democrat representing Oklahoma in Congress, offering her party a pickup as it sought to build its numbers in the House.

  134. Republicans Oust Collin Peterson in Minnesota Washington, November 4

    The long-serving chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, who had bucked political trends in his conservative district for years, succumbed to a challenge from Michelle Fischbach.

  135. ‘This Is Our Moment’: Cori Bush Is Elected to Congress in Missouri Video, November 4

    Cori Bush, a Democrat who won a House seat in Missouri, will become the first Black woman to represent the state in Congress.

  136. Ann Wagner Holds St. Louis-Area House Seat, Boosting Republicans in the Suburbs Washington, November 4

    The four-term congresswoman narrowly held off a well-financed challenge by Jill Schupp, a Democrat.

  137. Joni Ernst Wins in Iowa, Frustrating Democrats’ Push for Senate Majority Washington, November 4

    The first-term Republican overcame a steep challenge from Theresa Greenfield, denying Democrats a crucial pickup in their path to reclaiming control of the Senate.

  138. Randy Feenstra Wins, Keeping Steve King’s Iowa Seat in G.O.P. Hands Washington, November 4

    Mr. Feenstra, a state senator who defeated Mr. King in the primary, shares many of the incumbent’s policy views but not his history of incendiary and racist remarks.

  139. In These Suburbs, Long Lines Were Good News for the President Politics, November 3

    President Trump is counting on strong turnout in staunchly Republican neighborhoods to counter growing Democratic support in the suburbs.

  140. Illinois Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Illinois elections.

  141. This Is It. Here’s What I’m Watching. Politics, November 3

    We made it to election night, together. I’ll be keeping an eye on a few key places to get an early sense of how the results are unfolding.

  142. After 2016 Shock, Wisconsin Democrats Picked Themselves Off the Floor Politics, November 3

    Hillary Clinton’s narrow loss refocused the party’s efforts to reclaim support and power after years of Republican statehouse dominance.

  143. Wisconsin Football Cancels Over Virus Cases. Again. Sports, November 3

    The 10th-ranked Badgers will not play Purdue on Saturday as they continue to struggle with coronavirus containment and move closer to ineligibility for the Big Ten title.

  144. Michigan Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

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  145. Michigan Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

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  146. Minnesota Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

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  147. North Dakota Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

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  148. Oklahoma Question 805 Election Results: Limit Criminal History in Sentencing Interactive, November 3

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  149. South Dakota Amendment A Election Results: Legalize Recreational Marijuana Interactive, November 3

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

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