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  1. Minneapolis Will Pay Influencers to Fight Misinformation During Officers’ Trials Express, Yesterday

    The city will pay six social media influencers $2,000 each to share messages during the trials of Derek Chauvin and three other former police officers charged in the killing of George Floyd.

  2. A Gymnastics Coach Was Charged With Human Trafficking. What Does That Mean? Express, Yesterday

    Experts say the filing of human trafficking charges against John Geddert, who died on Thursday, could have major ramifications for future prosecutions of coaches in the high-pressure world of elite sports.

  3. Overlooked No More: Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, Whose Art Chronicled Black Life Obits, Yesterday

    She believed that life for her people in America was an act of near-superhuman perseverance, and she was determined to capture that history in every medium she could.

  4. Need a Book With That Spider? Express, Yesterday

    The discovery of Mediterranean recluse spiders at the University of Michigan prompted a two-day closure of one of its libraries.

  5. Manslaughter Charge for Officer Accused of Shooting Man in the Back Express, February 25

    An Oklahoma City police sergeant fired three shots “unnecessarily” at a man “as he was running away,” officials said.

  6. Man Killed 3 After Early Release, Officials Say Express, February 25

    An Oklahoma man whose prison sentence had been commuted cut out and cooked a woman’s heart and tried to feed it to his relatives before killing two of them, the authorities said.

  7. Human Trafficking Charges and Coach’s Death Reopen Gymnastics’ Deep Wounds Express, February 25

    John Geddert died by suicide shortly after he was charged with human trafficking and criminal sexual conduct, Michigan prosecutors said.

  8. Fate, Domestic Terrorism and the Nomination of Merrick Garland Podcasts, February 25

    The judge has said his first priority as attorney general would be to take on domestic extremism. Today, we examine how his career has prepared him for the task.

  9. Criminal Justice Is a State Issue Op Ed, February 24

    State power is the path to racial equality and liberation.

  10. C.D.C. Traces Covid Outbreaks in Gyms, Urging Stricter Precautions Science, February 24

    Coronavirus cases at fitness centers in Chicago and Honolulu were linked to carelessness about masks and symptoms, federal health officials found.

  11. Cherokee Nation Addresses Bias Against Descendants of Enslaved People Washington, February 24

    The tribe’s Supreme Court excised language from its constitution that limited the citizenship rights of descendants of Black people who had been enslaved by the tribe before the Civil War.

  12. South Dakota Attorney General Faces Impeachment and Calls to Resign Over Crash Express, February 24

    State officials released videos that show investigators confronting the attorney general, Jason Ravnsborg, with descriptions of his car hitting a man: “His face came through your windshield.”

  13. Transplant Patient Dies After Receiving Lungs Infected With Coronavirus Express, February 24

    In what appears to be the first case of its kind, a pair of donated lungs led to Covid-19 in an organ recipient, according to doctors at the University of Michigan.

  14. Illinois Becomes First State to Eliminate Cash Bail Express, February 23

    Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a law that he said would end a system that disproportionately hurts the poor and favors wealthier defendants.

  15. For Some Teens, It’s Been a Year of Anxiety and Trips to the E.R. Science, February 23

    During the pandemic, suicidal thinking is up. And families find that hospitals can’t handle adolescents in crisis.

  16. For Some Teens, It’s Been a Year of Anxiety and Trips to the E.R. Health, February 23

    During the pandemic, suicidal thinking is up. And families find that hospitals can’t handle adolescents in crisis.

  17. With New Grand Jury, Justice Department Revives Investigation Into Death of George Floyd National, February 23

    As the state murder trial of Derek Chauvin, the former officer charged in the death of George Floyd, approaches, the federal government has accelerated its own investigation.

  18. The Best Law You’ve Never Heard Of Business, February 23

    Taking back control of our personal data can feel like a lost cause. But there’s hope!

  19. Plowy McPlowface Has a Shot in Naming Contest. ‘Abolish ICE’ Does Not. Express, February 22

    The Minnesota Transportation Department excluded that one as too political. The public can vote on 50 finalists, including Raspberry Brrr-et, Road Carew and Mary Tyler More Snow.

  20. Nevada Is Moving to Vote Before Iowa in 2024. Harry Reid Makes the Case. Politics, February 22

    Goodbye, Iowa and New Hampshire. Hello, Nevada and South Carolina? The former Nevada senator is just one voice arguing that it’s time to change the nomination calendar.

  21. Nevada Is Moving to Vote Before Iowa in 2024. Harry Reid Makes the Case. Politics, February 22

    Goodbye, Iowa and New Hampshire. Hello, Nevada and South Carolina? The former Nevada senator is just one voice arguing that it’s time to change the nomination calendar.

  22. Montana and the Dakotas were hot spots. Until they weren’t. National, February 20

    The spike in these states was as brief as it was powerful. Today, their rates of new cases are back roughly to where they were last summer or early fall.

  23. With Vaccine Delay, Biden Warns of Uncertain End to Pandemic Washington, February 19

    On a visit to a vaccine manufacturing plant in Michigan, President Biden said the nation could be “approaching normalcy” by the end of the year, but said new virus variants could slow progress.

  24. N.C.A.A. Basketball Tournaments Will Welcome Fans After All Sports, February 19

    Some epidemiologists say it’s a bad idea, because the games will attract people from all over the country to Indianapolis and San Antonio, the cities that will host every game of the men’s and women’s tournaments.

  25. Biden Promises Vaccines for All Americans by the End of July Video, February 19

    After touring a Pfizer manufacturing facility in Kalamazoo, Mich., on Friday, President Biden emphasized the safety of approved coronavirus vaccines and said there would be enough available for all Americans by the end of July.

  26. South Dakota Attorney General Charged With Careless Driving in Man’s Death Express, February 18

    Jason Ravnsborg avoided felony charges, including manslaughter, after he struck and killed a pedestrian with his car last September.

  27. Chicago Lists Lincoln Statues Among Monuments to Review Express, February 18

    A city commission, created after protests against racism last year, identified five statues of Abraham Lincoln among 41 monuments that should receive public scrutiny.

  28. Paige Bueckers Knows UConn’s History. She’s Paving Its Future. Sports, February 18

    Connecticut is No. 1 again thanks to the unrelenting efforts of its latest freshman star.

  29. Bob Dole, Republicans’ 1996 presidential nominee, has advanced lung cancer. U.S., February 18

    Mr. Dole, 97, represented Kansas in the Senate for more than 25 years, including 11 years as the chamber’s Republican leader.

  30. Bob Dole, Republicans’ 1996 presidential nominee, has advanced lung cancer. Washington, February 18

    Mr. Dole, 97, represented Kansas in the Senate for more than 25 years, including 11 years as the chamber’s Republican leader.

  31. No Parties. No Sports. How Oberlin College Is Surviving the Pandemic. Editorial, February 18

    Colleges across the country are figuring out how Covid has changed the college experience, while parents are struggling to understand why schools haven’t changed their price tag.

  32. Charles Venable Resigns as Head of Indianapolis Museum of Art Culture, February 17

    His departure comes in the wake of a job posting, since corrected, that described the museum’s core audience as “white,” and amid criticism from a trustee, some staff and local artists.

  33. $400,000 Homes in Ohio, Illinois and New York Real Estate, February 17

    A 1921 home outside Cleveland, a two-bedroom condominium in Chicago and a circa-1880 house in Kingston.

  34. $400,000 Homes in Ohio, Illinois and New York Real Estate, February 17

    A 1921 home outside Cleveland, a two-bedroom condominium in Chicago and a circa-1880 house in Kingston.

  35. What You Get for $400,000 Slideshow, February 17

    A 1921 home outside Cleveland, a two-bedroom condominium in Chicago and a circa-1880 house in Kingston, N.Y.

  36. In Milwaukee, Biden Offers Reassurance, and Tries to Avoid Mention of ‘the Former Guy’ Washington, February 17

    It was President Biden’s first extended encounter with voters since Inauguration Day and was a rare opportunity for him to practice his signature brand of personal politics.

  37. Wisconsin Official Traded Sturgeon Research Eggs for Caviar, Prosecutors Say Express, February 17

    Ryan Koenigs, a biologist who oversees the state’s sturgeon spearing season in Lake Winnebago, is accused of accepting $20,000 worth of caviar in an illegal bartering scheme.

  38. On Trump, Michigan Republicans Lean One Way: ‘Fealty at All Costs’ Politics, February 16

    Even after his defeat, Donald Trump is causing fierce infighting among Republicans in a crucial battleground state. Loyalists are rewarded. Dissenters face punishment.

  39. Trying to stay warm? Here are some tips from experts. National, February 16

  40. Nebraskans wake up to -31 degrees and rolling blackouts. U.S., February 16

  41. Nebraskans wake up to -31 degrees and rolling blackouts. National, February 16

  42. Police Forces Have Long Tried to Weed Out Extremists in the Ranks. Then Came the Capitol Riot. National, February 16

    At least 30 law enforcement officers from around the country took part in the rally on Jan. 6 that preceded the riot. Many are now being investigated.

  43. Scenes From a Record-Setting Winter Storm National, February 15

    The coast-to-coast storm brought heavy snow and frigid temperatures while leading to rolling blackouts.

  44. With Indoor Rinks Closed, Players Turn to ‘Speakeasy Hockey’ Sports, February 15

    In barns and backyards, outdoor rinks built with kits or from scratch are filling a void for hockey players amid pandemic-related closures.

  45. Big Tech’s Unlikely Next Battleground: North Dakota Business, February 14

    A vote on a bill this week is part of a movement that could cost Apple and Google billions of dollars. State legislatures are becoming the fight’s new front.

  46. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on What She Learned From Battling the Teachers’ Union National, February 14

    In an interview, Ms. Lightfoot talked about how she hoped to rebuild trust in the system and eventually reopen high schools.

  47. Winter Storm Brings Icy Temperatures and Cuts Power Across U.S. Express, February 14

    At least 2.5 million customers, most of them in Texas, had lost electricity by early Monday as weather advisories extended from coast to coast.

  48. A Year of Hardship, Helped and Hindered by Washington Washington, February 14

    For Kathryn Stewart, a struggling single mother in Michigan, the past year showed how much safety net programs can help — and how the nation’s fickleness about them can add confusion and uncertainty to fear and worry.

  49. ‘Likely a Death Sentence’: Officials Fear Cold Weather Is Greater Risk for Homeless Than Virus National, February 14

    Cities and community groups are wrestling with how to shelter a vulnerable population without exposing it to an airborne virus that spreads most easily indoors.

  50. Indianapolis Museum of Art Apologizes for Insensitive Job Posting Culture, February 13

    The museum wrote that it was seeking a director who would work to maintain its “core, white art audience,” in addition to attracting a more diverse one.

  51. A City’s Mayor, Police Chief and Clerk Face Misconduct Charges Express, February 13

    The officials of Armstrong, Iowa, and a former city clerk, face charges that include assault with a dangerous weapon, theft and falsifying public documents, the authorities said.

  52. Driving in Winter? Tips From Experts on How to Arrive Safely Express, February 12

    Recent pileups in Iowa and Texas amid severe winter weather have analysts and traffic experts issuing vital reminders about how to stay safe. One common refrain: Slow down.

  53. Ohio Finds 4,000 Unreported Covid-19 Deaths Video, February 12

    Ohio officials said on Thursday they discovered about 4,000 overlooked Covid-19 deaths that occurred over the past several months after the state’s Health Department said the deaths had not been properly merged between the internal death certifica...

  54. The State of the Virus: Sustained Progress in Most States Interactive, February 12

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  55. Ohio begins adding 4,000 overlooked Covid deaths to its official count. National, February 12

    The deaths, some of which dated back to October, had not been properly merged between one reporting system and another, the state’s Department of Health said.

  56. ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’: What to Know About the HBO Max Film Culture, February 12

    The Shaka King movie dramatizes the life and death of Fred Hampton, chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party. Here’s a guide to the people and the issues of the day.

  57. From an Artist’s Life in Brooklyn to North Dakota’s Oil Fields Book Review, February 12

    Michael Patrick F. Smith’s “The Good Hand” is a memoir about grinding work in the last days of the Bakken oil boom.

  58. Valparaiso U. Drops Crusader as Mascot, Citing Ties to Hate Groups Express, February 11

    The private university in Indiana, which is affiliated with the Lutheran Church, said the Crusader name could be associated with “aggressive religious oppression and violence.”

  59. First Students Return to Chicago Classrooms Interactive, February 11

    A deal between the city and its teachers' union cleared the way for prekindergarten and special needs students. More will follow.

  60. After Three Years in a Church Facing Deportation, ‘Today I Have Freedom’ Express, February 10

    Saheeda Nadeem, 65, an undocumented immigrant from Pakistan who was given sanctuary by the First Congregational Church in Kalamazoo, Mich., learned this week that she would not be deported, her lawyer said.

  61. After Three Years in a Church Facing Deportation, ‘Today I Have Freedom’ Express, February 10

    Saheeda Nadeem, 65, an undocumented immigrant from Pakistan who was given sanctuary by the First Congregational Church in Kalamazoo, Mich., learned this week that she would not be deported, her lawyer said.

  62. The Killing of George Floyd Tore Minneapolis Apart. Now Comes the Trial. National, February 10

    As attorney general, William Barr rejected a plea deal days after Mr. Floyd died, worried in part of protesters calling it lenient. Derek Chauvin was set to plead guilty to third-degree murder.

  63. Michigan Senate majority leader is caught on hot mic claiming that Capitol riot was a hoax. Washington, February 10

    Mike Shirkey, the state’s top elected Republican, said on Wednesday that he stood behind his previous remarks.

  64. Dianne Durham, Barrier-Breaking Gymnast, Dies at 52 Obits, February 10

    Though an injury derailed her career, she proved that Black women could reach the pinnacle of the sport, winning the 1983 national championship.

  65. $700,000 Homes in Pennsylvania, Missouri and California Real Estate, February 10

    A stone house in horse country outside Philadelphia, a Georgian Revival home in Kansas City and a 1907 cottage in Pasadena.

  66. What You Get for $700,000 Slideshow, February 10

    A stone house in horse country outside Philadelphia; a Georgian Revival home in Kansas City, Mo.; and a 1907 cottage in Pasadena, Calif.

  67. Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and Mary J. Blige Among Rock Hall Nominees Culture, February 10

    Seven of this year’s 16 nominees are women, including the Go-Go’s, Dionne Warwick, Kate Bush, Carole King, Chaka Khan and Tina Turner.

  68. Chicago’s teachers approve a deal that would send students back to the classroom. National, February 10

  69. 1 Person Killed and 4 Injured in Shooting at Minnesota Health Clinic National, February 9

    The police did not give a motive, but the suspect’s brother said he had become dependent on opioids after back surgery and was recently upset when doctors refused to prescribe them to him.

  70. ‘She Just Lost It’: Chicago School Fight Leaves Families in Limbo National, February 9

    The city’s teachers union approved a deal that would send a first wave of students back to classrooms this week.

  71. ‘Its Own Domestic Army’: How the G.O.P. Allied Itself With Militants Investigative, February 8

    Actions taken by paramilitary groups in Michigan last year, emboldened by President Donald J. Trump, signaled a profound shift in Republican politics and a national crisis in the making.

  72. Anthony Sowell, Serial Killer Who Terrorized Cleveland, Dies at 61 Express, February 9

    Mr. Sowell, who was sentenced to death in 2011, murdered 11 women and hid the remains of his victims on his property.

  73. ‘Women in Blue,’ and Redefining What It Means to Protect and Serve National, February 8

    A new documentary takes viewers inside the Minneapolis Police Department and explores whether more women officers, particularly Black women, could lead to better policing.

  74. Celebratory Cannon Salute at Baby Shower Ends in Death, Police Say Express, February 7

    The authorities are trying to determine why a device exploded, hurling shrapnel into a Michigan backyard.

  75. Chicago Teachers Tentatively Agree to Return to Classrooms National, February 7

    If approved, the deal would avert a strike and allow some students to receive in-person instruction starting this week.

  76. The Tulsa Massacre, Remembered by Those Who Survived Culture, February 7

    “Goin’ Back to T-Town,” the 1993 PBS documentary about the mass murder of a city’s Black residents and the destruction of their community, returns.

  77. Lost: A Golden Flute on a Train. Found: Faith in Others. Express, February 7

    Donald Rabin, 23, searched for days for his $22,000 flute, which he left on a Chicago train during a visit.

  78. Strong Trump Supporters Picked to Head Michigan Republican Party Politics, February 6

    The state’s selection of party chair and vice chair hinged in large part on who was most loyal to the former president.

  79. A flood of emotions, along with a first shot. National, February 6

    A Times editor describes getting the vaccine as a glimmer of joy during a dark and cold winter.

  80. Britt Reid, a Chiefs Assistant Coach, Is Involved in a Car Crash Sports, February 5

    The team released a statement confirming that Reid, the son of Kansas City’s head coach, Andy Reid, had been in an accident but provided no other details.

  81. Ice Floe Rescues and Highway Crashes Cap a Bad Week of Winter Weather Express, February 5

    A cold front swept through parts of the Midwest this week, wreaking havoc on highways in Iowa. Bitter cold is in the forecast.

  82. Getting to Know You, Again Real Estate, February 5

    The pandemic has sent many people back to their parents’ homes, giving both generations new insight and a chance at a different kind of relationship.

  83. The First Step Is Admitting You Have a Problem Op Ed, February 5

    What my time working on a North Dakota oil patch taught me about America’s fossil fuel addiction — and how to curb it.

  84. George Floyd no fue el único: otras víctimas narran los abusos del oficial Derek Chauvin en Español, February 4

    Nuevos testimonios acusan al oficial de policía que presionó su rodilla contra el cuello de George Floyd, en Minneapolis, de usar tácticas similares con otros detenidos a lo largo de los años.

  85. Ex-Police Officer Charged With Murder in Columbus Shooting Video, February 3

    The Ohio attorney general announced charges against Adam Coy, a Columbus police officer when Andre Hill, a Black man, was fatally shot in December.

  86. Former Columbus Police Officer Is Charged With Murder National, February 3

    Adam Coy fatally shot Andre Hill in December within seconds of approaching him. Mr. Coy also faces charges for not activating his body camera until after the shooting.

  87. G.M. to pause production at three plants because of a semiconductor shortage. Business, February 3

  88. G.M. will pause production at three plants because of a semiconductor shortage. Business, February 3

  89. G.M. will pause work at three plants because of a chip shortage. Business, February 3

  90. Rennie Davis, ‘Chicago Seven’ Antiwar Activist, Dies at 80 Obits, February 3

    The trial arising from the “police riot” at the 1968 convention thrust him into the spotlight. He later became an unlikely spokesman for a teenage guru.

  91. Chicago Families Debate School Reopening National, February 3

    The ugly fight between the city and its teachers’ union has frustrated parents, even those who want to keep their children home.

  92. $550,000 Homes in Wisconsin, Massachusetts and Mississippi Real Estate, February 3

    A prefabricated modern house in Madison, a brick colonial in Gloucester and a Greek Revival-style home in McComb.

  93. What You Get for $550,000 Slideshow, February 3

    A prefabricated modern house in Madison, a brick colonial in Gloucester and a Greek Revival-style home in McComb.

  94. In the Ozarks, the Pandemic Threatens a Fragile Musical Tradition National, February 3

    The older fiddlers and rhythm guitar players don’t rely on sheet music, so their weekly jam sessions — now on hiatus — are critical to passing their technique to the next generation.

  95. Nearly 20 Million Americans Have a Felony Record. What Happens After They’ve Served Their Time? Culture, February 3

    In “Halfway Home,” Reuben Jonathan Miller draws on years of research and personal experience to write about how we understand incarceration and its afterlife.

  96. Protests Rise After Officer in Tamir Rice Shooting Plays on Football Team Sports, February 2

    Timothy Loehmann, who was fired from the Cleveland police force after the shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, has quietly played with a semipro team in Ohio.

  97. Protests Rise After Officer in Tamir Rice Shooting Plays on Football Team Sports, February 2

    Timothy Loehmann, who was fired from the Cleveland police force after the shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, has quietly played with a semipro team in Ohio.

  98. ‘Don’t Kill Me’: Others Tell of Abuse by Officer Who Knelt on George Floyd National, February 2

    New firsthand accounts accuse Derek Chauvin, the police officer who pressed his knee into George Floyd’s neck in Minneapolis, of using similar tactics on detainees over the years.

  99. Tim Ryan, a Top Democrat in Ohio, Is Said to Plan Senate Bid Politics, February 1

    Mr. Ryan, who mounted a long-shot campaign for president in 2019, plans to compete for the state’s open Senate seat. His campaign will test Democrats’ strength in a state tilting to the right.

  100. Missing in School Reopening Plans: Black Families’ Trust Washington, February 1

    Deep-seated mistrust among Black families toward their public school districts is holding back school reopening, even as Black children suffer inordinately from remote learning.

  101. Couple Forced to Adopt Their Own Children After a Surrogate Pregnancy Express, January 31

    Tammy and Jordan Myers will have to adopt their twins after two Michigan judges denied them parental rights because the children had been carried by a surrogate.

  102. ‘It’s Numbing’: Nine Retired Nuns in Michigan Die of Covid-19 Express, January 29

    The deaths add to what is becoming a familiar trend in the spread of the virus as it devastates religious congregate communities by infecting retired, aging populations of nuns and sisters.

  103. Isidore Torres, Trailblazing Hispanic Judge in Michigan, Dies at 73 Obits, January 29

    A child of migrant workers, he served more than 25 years in the Wayne County court system and advocated for other Latinos in the legal profession. He died of Covid-19.

  104. Children Need to Be Back in School Tomorrow Op Ed, January 28

    Teacher resistance is a disaster for the most vulnerable.

  105. The State of the Virus Ahead of the Christmas Holiday Interactive, December 23

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  106. See Where U.S. Intensive Care Units Are Filling Up Interactive, December 23

    A Times analysis found that the number of hospitals with full or nearly full I.C.U.s has doubled nationwide since the beginning of October, and more than two in five hospitals have reached a critical occupancy level.

  107. Cause of Life Interactive, December 20

    The more than 500,000 people we lost to the pandemic so far form a portrait of America. For this series of short films, we asked five people to celebrate the life of someone close to them.

  108. These Buses Bring School to Students Interactive, December 17

    Remote learning is extra hard for millions of students who lack reliable internet at home. Wi-Fi buses are the solution in this Michigan community.

  109. What We Saw on Day 1 of the Vaccine Rollout Interactive, December 15

    Times correspondents report on the first coronavirus vaccinations in the United States.

  110. 2020: The Year in Sports When Everybody Lost Interactive, December 13

    The state of Wisconsin is a microcosm of the financial devastation the pandemic has brought the sports industry, and those who rely on it.

  111. The State of the Virus This Week Interactive, December 4

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  112. 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.

  113. 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.

  114. 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.

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

    How different groups voted

  116. Indiana Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  117. Wisconsin Election Results: Sixth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Wisconsin election.

  118. Oklahoma Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  119. Indiana Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Indiana election.

  120. Wisconsin Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Wisconsin election.

  121. Iowa Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Iowa election.

  122. Minnesota Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

  123. Ohio Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Ohio election.

  124. Iowa Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Iowa elections.

  125. North Dakota Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the North Dakota elections.

  126. Oklahoma U.S. Senate Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Oklahoma election.

  127. Minnesota Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Minnesota election.

  128. Michigan Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

  129. Michigan Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Michigan elections.

  130. Illinois U.S. Senate Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Illinois election.

  131. Oklahoma Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

  132. Illinois Election Results: 11th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Illinois election.

  133. Minnesota Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Minnesota elections.

  134. Indiana Election Results: Eighth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Indiana election.

  135. Oklahoma Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Oklahoma election.

  136. Kansas Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Kansas election.

  137. Illinois Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

  138. Illinois Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Illinois election.

  139. South Dakota Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

  140. A Nutmegger, a Buckeye and a Sooner Walked Into a Voting Booth... Interactive, November 1

    Every four years, as Election Day draws near, we embrace America’s oddball geographic nicknames.

  141. The Battlegrounds Within Battlegrounds Interactive, October 31

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

  142. Live Results: Minnesota Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, October 28

  143. Live Results: Oklahoma Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, October 28

  144. Oklahoma Presidential Republican Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

  145. Oklahoma Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, October 28

  146. Full Recap and Analysis of the First Presidential Debate Interactive, September 29

    President Trump and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. debated for the first time, with Chris Wallace of Fox News moderating. Watch the full video with our fact-checks and analysis.

  147. Ilhan Omar Is Not Here to Put You at Ease Interactive, September 21

    “You’re agitated by my tone because you think people like me should be sitting in a corner, not heard and not seen.”

  148. Oklahoma Republican Primary Runoff Election Results: Fifth Congressional District Interactive, August 25

    See full results and maps from the Oklahoma primary runoff.

  149. Live: Oklahoma State Primary Runoff Election Results 2020 Interactive, August 25

    Detailed results and maps from the Oklahoma primary runoff election.

  150. Architecture, in Abstract: A Quiz Interactive, August 13

    Can you identify the cities where these abstract architectural photographs were taken?