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  1. Battles Over Voting Rules Fuel Concern About Postelection Fights Politics, Today

    Even as early voting has gotten underway, some pivotal states are still litigating how ballots should be cast and counted, creating uncertainty that is being fanned by President Trump.

  2. The Race for Iowa, Georgia and Texas Politics, Today

    A Times poll shows Biden and Trump neck and neck in three states: This is your morning tip sheet.

  3. ‘Public Trust’ Review: Saving National Lands Weekend, Today

    This documentary follows individuals pushing back against political forces that want to privatize federal lands.

  4. What Will It Take to Vote in Milwaukee? Politics, Today

    The coronavirus has added strain to Wisconsin voters already facing challenges to ballot access.

  5. Trump Faces Challenges Even in Red States, Poll Shows, as Women Favor Biden Politics, Today

    Close races in Georgia, Iowa and Texas show President Trump’s vulnerability and suggest that Joseph Biden has assembled a formidable coalition, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.

  6. A Kids’ Vaccine Isn’t Coming Anytime Soon National, Yesterday

    There are currently no trials underway, making a vaccine unlikely before fall of 2021. And students are missing online school at alarming rates.

  7. American Suburbs Are Tilting for Biden. But Not Milwaukee’s. Politics, Yesterday

    The predominantly white neighborhoods outside Wisconsin’s largest city, among the nation’s most racially segregated suburbs, could be a key part of President Trump’s narrowing path to re-election.

  8. $725,000 Homes in Kentucky, Missouri and Minnesota Real Estate, Yesterday

    An 1840 Greek Revival home near Louisville, a midcentury-modern house in Springfield and a Gothic-Tudor cottage in Minneapolis.

  9. What You Get for $725,000 Slideshow, Yesterday

    An 1840 Greek Revival home near Louisville, Ky.; a midcentury-modern house in Springfield, Mo.; and a Gothic-Tudor cottage in Minneapolis.

  10. ‘All That Death in His Life’: Daniel Prude’s Tragic Journey to Rochester Metro, Yesterday

    Mr. Prude had a somewhat troubled life in Chicago, with a series of personal tragedies disrupting his attempts at finding meaningful stability.

  11. Polls show Biden highly competitive in red states. The Upshot, September 22

  12. Bryan Fonseca, Independent Voice in Indianapolis Theater, Dies at 65 Obits, September 22

    He directed unconventional works and championed diversity, both in the material he staged and in the actors performing it. He died of the coronavirus.

  13. Biden Courts Obama-Trump Voters as the President Seeks to Hold Them Politics, September 21

    The Democratic nominee, in Wisconsin, tried to place himself on the side of American workers, while Mr. Trump used a trip to Ohio to blame his opponent for job losses there.

  14. Biden Appeals to Obama Voters Who Backed Trump in Wisconsin Video, September 21

    Joseph R. Biden Jr., the Democratic presidential nominee, appealed to voters in Manitowoc, Wis., who had supported Barack Obama but backed President Trump in 2016.

  15. 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.”

  16. Nebraska Bar Owner Who Was Charged in Killing of Black Man Dies by Suicide Express, September 20

    Jacob Gardner, who was indicted in the killing of James Scurlock during a May protest in Omaha, had been expected to turn himself in to the authorities, his lawyer said.

  17. To Conservatives, Barrett Has ‘Perfect Combination’ of Attributes for Supreme Court Washington, September 20

    Judge Amy Coney Barrett is regarded as the leading contender to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

  18. Hi, There. Want to Triple Voter Turnout? Op Ed, September 19

    Campaign volunteers go door to door to rouse voters on Election Day. Now some stay outside polling places, asking voters to text friends to join in.

  19. In the Most Litigated Election Ever, Early Democratic Wins but Few Clear Signals National, September 18

    Democrats won some important legal battles in the critical states of Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. But the legal wars over the 2020 election are just getting going.

  20. News of Justice Ginsburg’s Death Arrives as Biden and Trump Host Dueling Minnesota Events Politics, September 18

    Shortly after President Trump started speaking at a rally in Bemidji, Minn., the news broke of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, with the potential to upend the 2020 race.

  21. Early Voting Begins in Four States, With Long Lines but Few Disruptions Politics, September 18

    Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden traveled to Minnesota, a battleground state, as its residents began to head to the polls.

  22. President Harding’s Family Battles Over Exhuming His Body Express, September 18

    DNA evidence is persuasive that James Blaesing, 70, is the grandson of the 29th president and his mistress. But his cousins are upset by his plan to exhume Harding’s remains with a reality TV crew.

  23. Michigan as a Microcosm: Will Polling Avoid Another Miss? Politics, September 18

    Key demographics are tilting Democratic. Frustration with President Trump’s virus response is high. And there are two big differences from 2016: Pollsters have made adjustments, and voter enthusiasm is high.

  24. With Football Returning, Big Ten Cities Brace for More Outbreaks Sports, September 17

    Although the games will be played without spectators in the stadiums, some officials are concerned they will lead to more off-campus gatherings that could spread the virus.

  25. Isolated Ballot Errors Do Not Equal a ‘Rigged Election’ Technology, September 17

    President Trump continued his assault on voting by mail, but printing and mailing errors are nothing new, and have affected Republican and Democratic candidates alike.

  26. Isolated Ballot Errors Do Not Equal a ‘Rigged Election’ Technology, September 17

    President Trump continued his assault on voting by mail, but printing and mailing errors are nothing new, and have affected Republican and Democratic candidates alike.

  27. For School Outbreaks, It’s When,Not If N Y T Now, September 16

    That’s frightening. But a case at your child’s school does not mean you should panic.

  28. For School Outbreaks, It’s When, Not If N Y T Now, September 16

    That’s frightening. But a case at your child’s school does not mean you should panic.

  29. Help! My Very Direct Flight Added a Stop and So Many More Passengers Travel, September 16

    Sarah Firshein tries to resolve how a nonstop with seat selection became a packed “split flight,” with concerns over proper cleaning and an arrival two hours later than expected.

  30. White Bar Owner Indicted in Fatal Shooting of Black Man During Protest Express, September 15

    The charges against Jake Gardner in the May 30 killing of James Scurlock in Omaha include manslaughter and making terrorist threats.

  31. A strong day for Biden in the battlegrounds. The Upshot, September 15

  32. A strong day for Biden in the battlegrounds. Upshot, September 15

  33. ‘I Discovered the Body’: South Dakota’s Attorney General Offers New Crash Details Express, September 15

    Jason Ravnsborg, the attorney general, elaborated on what happened after his car struck something on a dark highway, saying he returned in the morning to find the dead man, Joe Boever, 55, nearby.

  34. 3 Takeaways From the New York Times/Siena College Poll Politics, September 14

    President Trump and Joe Biden can both point to advantages in our new poll of Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire and Wisconsin.

  35. South Dakota Investigates Fatal Crash Involving Attorney General Express, September 14

    The attorney general, Jason Ravnsborg, called 911 to say he thought he had hit a deer late Saturday. The next morning, the body of Joe Boever, 55, was found nearby, the authorities said.

  36. Wisconsin’s Top Court Rules Against Reprinting of Ballots, Avoiding Election Chaos Politics, September 14

    Days before the start of mail voting, the state’s Supreme Court rejected an appeal by the Green Party’s candidate to reprint thousands of ballots so that his name could be added. The decision could help Joe Biden.

  37. Retired Colonel Criticizes ‘Solitary Confinement’ of Quarantined Soldiers at Guantánamo Washington, September 13

    Eric Kerska, whose daughter was deployed to the base, said he was alarmed by the isolation of young soldiers on their first tour as a coronavirus precaution.

  38. Decoupling From China: There’s Precedent Letters, September 13

    A former U.S. trade negotiator says Japan, India and Australia have already taken steps. Also: Kenosha, my hometown; making the switch to metric.

  39. Minnesota Seemed Ripe for a Trump Breakout. It Has Not Arrived. Politics, September 13

    Minnesota was a near miss for Donald Trump in 2016. But new polling shows him well behind where he finished four years ago in a state he views as a prime pickup opportunity.

  40. Big Voting Decisions in Florida, Wisconsin, Texas: What They Mean for November Politics, September 13

    Less than two months before the election, both parties are waging legal battles around the country over who gets to vote and how.

  41. New Cases Have Reached Record Levels in the Midwest Interactive, September 13

    As new coronavirus cases have dropped nationally, infections have soared in the Midwest.

  42. Trump Onslaught Against Biden Falls Short of a Breakthrough Politics, September 12

    President Trump has leveled scathing law-and-order attacks on Joseph Biden for weeks. But a new poll shows Mr. Biden ahead in three states Mr. Trump hopes to pick up, and maintaining a lead in Wisconsin.

  43. In Wisconsin Poll, Unrest Concerns Don’t Translate Into Surge for Trump Politics, September 12

    Worries about law and order have become so prevalent that likely voters say it’s just as important as solving the coronavirus pandemic. But voters aren’t favoring Mr. Trump on the issue.

  44. Ancient Python Lays Eggs, Apparently Without Male Help Express, September 12

    The snake, which is about 62 and hasn’t had contact with a male python in at least 15 years, surprised zookeepers at the St. Louis Zoo.

  45. Police Veteran Charged in George Floyd Killing Had Used Neck Restraints Before National, September 11

    Derek Chauvin, the officer who is charged with second-degree murder in Mr. Floyd’s death, is expected to go to trial next year.

  46. George Floyd’s Family Lawyer Pushes Back on Police Claims Video, September 11

    The family of George Floyd and their lawyer, Benjamin Crump, rebuked claims from police officers’ defense lawyers that Mr. Floyd died of an overdose.

  47. A Favorite Teacher Lost N Y T Now, September 11

    Educators’ deaths are part of an unabated pandemic.

  48. Dated 1920, a Postcard Finally Gets Delivered Express, September 11

    Brittany Keech does not know how a message from 100 years ago landed in her mailbox. Now she’s trying to find relatives of the intended recipient.

  49. One Question Left on the Board Styles, September 11

    Lina-Marie Mano and Andrew Silvestri played 20 questions while they were dating as a way to learn more about each other.

  50. ‘Science Versus Politics’: School District Defies Governor’s Reopening Order National, September 10

    In one of the nation’s sharpest clashes over school reopening, officials in Des Moines say Iowa’s Republican governor is pushing them to risk public safety.

  51. Trump Resumes the Rallies He Cherishes, but Virus Vexes His Plans Politics, September 9

    With hyperbole and falsehoods, the president has increased stops at airports that resemble campaign rallies, his favorite type of politicking. But Nevada said the events violated health restrictions and canceled two rallies there.

  52. Biden, in Michigan to Push a Jobs Plan, Tears Into Trump’s Virus Response Politics, September 9

    Before sketching out a plan to keep more jobs in the United States, the former vice president denounced his rival over revelations in a new book that the president knowingly minimized the coronavirus’s dangers.

  53. Pay People to Get Vaccinated Sunday Business, September 9

    Once a reliable vaccine exists, it won’t stop the pandemic unless most people are willing to take it. Economics provides a solution.

  54. An Operatic Innovator Takes On Detroit Culture, September 9

    Yuval Sharon, who has created works in cars, a park and a train station, will now lead Michigan Opera Theater.

  55. Republicans Revive 2018 Strategy, Hoping for Better Result: Scare Voters Politics, September 8

    President Trump and his party are using a playbook that aims to alarm people about crime in their backyards. It didn’t work in 2018, but both parties think it could resonate more this year.

  56. Una fiesta para dar conocer el sexo de un bebé termina en incendio. Ya había pasado antes en Español, September 8

    El incendio en El Dorado, California, comenzó cuando una familia usaba un “dispositivo pirotécnico” para anunciar el sexo de un bebé, dijeron las autoridades.

  57. What We Know About the Death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Express, September 8

    Mr. Floyd died after being handcuffed and pinned to the ground by an officer’s knee in an episode that was captured on video, touching off nationwide protests.

  58. Black, Native American and Fighting for Recognition in Indian Country National, September 8

    Enslaved people were also driven west along the Trail of Tears. After a historic Supreme Court ruling, their descendants are fighting to be counted as tribal members.

  59. Bishop-Elect Resigns After Being Accused of Sexually Abusing a Minor Express, September 7

    Father Michel J. Mulloy had been chosen by Pope Francis to lead the Diocese of Duluth, Minn., but then an allegation from the 1980s surfaced, church officials said.

  60. Pence and Harris Vie for Wisconsin as Trump Vents From the White House Politics, September 7

    The unofficial Labor Day kickoff to the fall campaign centered on Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, two pivotal states for both the president and Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  61. A Gender-Reveal Celebration Is Blamed for a Wildfire. It Isn’t the First Time. Express, September 7

    The El Dorado fire in California ignited as a family was using a “pyrotechnic device” to announce the gender of a new baby, the authorities said.

  62. Jacob Blake, Rare Survivor at Center of Police Protests, Starts Telling His Own Story National, September 7

    In a video recorded from his hospital bed, Mr. Blake, who was shot by the police, says, “It hurts to breathe; it hurts to sleep.”

  63. ‘There’s a Lot More Life to Live,’ Jacob Blake Says From Hospital Bed Video, September 7

    Mr. Blake spoke from his hospital bed in Milwaukee on Sunday, two weeks after he was shot seven times in the back by the police in Kenosha, Wis., and became paralyzed.

  64. What to Watch For as Harris and Pence Visit Wisconsin on Labor Day Politics, September 7

    The vice-presidential candidates will be on opposite ends of Wisconsin, a battleground that is increasingly essential to President Trump in November.

  65. A New Front in America’s Pandemic: College Towns National, September 6

    The coronavirus is spiking around campuses from Texas to Iowa to North Carolina as students return.

  66. The Battle Over Biscuits and Gravy at the 11-Worth Cafe Politics, September 5

    In “levelheaded” Omaha, a protester was killed and, in the aftermath, people demanding an end to racial injustice set their sights on police budgets — and a diner with Robert E. Lee on the menu.

  67. One City. Two Neighborhoods. A 30-Year Gap in Life Expectancy. Interactive, September 5

    A view of income inequality in Chicago at ground level.

  68. Justice Dept. Charges 2 With Trying to Support Hamas Washington, September 4

    The men, both American citizens, were taken into custody on Thursday evening in Minneapolis. They say they are members of a far-right group called the Boogaloo Bois.

  69. Coronavirus Schools Briefing: Lunch Along With Learning N Y T Now, September 4

    Providing free meals is a crucial function for schools.

  70. Los demócratas se preparan para el apocalipsis electoral en Español, September 4

    ¿Y si los primeros resultados del 3 de noviembre en los estados pendulares muestran que el presidente Trump va ganando y declara su victoria antes de que los votos por correo, fuertemente demócratas —y que él ha vinculado falsamente con el fraude— sean contados en su totalidad?

  71. Cleveland Officer Is Shot and Killed Express, September 4

    A second person was also killed, a police union official said. Details were scarce, and the police were still gathering evidence, he said.

  72. Biden, in Kenosha, Makes Case for Healing and Unity, Not Division Politics, September 3

    Two days after President Trump traveled to Wisconsin to focus attention on violence and disorder, Joe Biden sought to strike a drastically different tone, repudiating the president’s divisive approach to matters of racial injustice.

  73. Scrambling Across State Lines to Play During the Pandemic Sports, September 3

    Some high schools have postponed football seasons. Some are forging ahead. And others are in limbo, with young athletes desperate to find a way to avoid a lost season.

  74. Efforts to Channel Protests Into More Votes Face Challenges in Kenosha National, September 3

    Some Black residents of Kenosha, upended by the police shooting of Jacob Blake, weren’t convinced that an election would solve the problem.

  75. One Man’s Plea to His City Council: Rename Boneless Wings Express, September 3

    “Nothing about boneless chicken wings actually comes from the wing of a chicken,” he told the Lincoln, Neb., council. “We’ve been living a lie for far too long.”

  76. Following My Instincts Back to South Dakota Summary, September 3

    Reporting experience at a previous job told me that I should check out the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally this year.

  77. Is ‘American Carnage’ Campaign Gold? Op Ed, September 3

    What is the political fallout of urban violence? And is the media just buying into it?

  78. America at Hunger’s Edge Interactive, September 2

    We spent months photographing dozens of families across the country to understand what food insecurity looks like today.

  79. Joni Ernst, in a Tight Senate Race, Repeats a Debunked Coronavirus Theory Politics, September 2

    The Iowa senator’s comments echoed a false claim, spread by President Trump over the weekend, that deaths from Covid-19 have been inflated.

  80. Joni Ernst, in a Tight Senate Race, Repeats a Debunked Coronavirus Theory Politics, September 2

    The Iowa senator’s comments echoed a false claim, spread by President Trump over the weekend, that deaths from Covid-19 have been inflated.

  81. This Is Democrats’ Doomsday Scenario for Election Night Politics, September 2

    What if early results in swing states on Nov. 3 show President Trump ahead, and he declares victory before heavily Democratic mail-in votes, which he has falsely linked with fraud, are fully counted?

  82. $260,000 Homes in Ohio, Maine and Colorado Real Estate, September 2

    A circa-1900 cottage in Columbus, a Second Empire-style house in Calais and a two-bedroom condominium in Denver.

  83. What You Get for $260,000 Slideshow, September 2

    A circa-1900 cottage in Columbus, a Second Empire-style house in Calais and a two-bedroom condominium in Denver.

  84. ‘That Kept Us Going’: Small Businesses Stay Alive With Local Help Business, September 2

    Cities big and small know they can’t rely on federal stimulus to support their entrepreneurs, so they are finding innovative ways to keep them afloat.

  85. For Biden to Win, Listen to Minneapolis Op Ed, September 1

    Not everyone is for defunding the police. Especially those in communities that would be most affected.

  86. Trump’s False and Misleading Statements About Protests and Violence Washington, September 1

    The president has wrongly claimed credit for sending in the National Guard. He has also made misleading assertions in attacking his Democratic rival, Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  87. Trump’s False and Misleading Statements About Protests and Violence Washington, September 1

    The president has wrongly claimed credit for sending in the National Guard. He has also made misleading assertions in attacking his Democratic rival, Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  88. Tulsa Massacre Survivors Sue City Nearly 100 Years After Attack Express, September 1

    In 1921, white looters destroyed a prosperous Black business district and killed up to 300 people. In a lawsuit, survivors of the catastrophe and descendants of victims said the city and state needed to rectify the past.

  89. Biden Confronts Trump on Safety: ‘He Can’t Stop the Violence’ Politics, August 31

    In a blistering speech, Joe Biden charged that crises “have kept multiplying” under President Trump’s watch. It was an effort to refocus the spotlight on the incumbent after a week of Republican attacks.

  90. A Long History of Language That Incites and Demonizes Washington, August 31

    President Trump has employed provocative and sometimes incendiary words and images to focus attention on demonstrations and away from the human and economic costs of the pandemic.

  91. Journalist Quits Kenosha Paper in Protest of Its Jacob Blake Rally Coverage Business, August 31

    Daniel Thompson, an editor at The Kenosha News, resigned over a headline that highlighted a speaker who made a threat during a peaceful protest.

  92. The Turmoil in Portland and Kenosha Letters, August 31

    Readers write that President Trump is stoking fear for his political advantage.

  93. ‘Who Replaces Me?’ Podcasts, August 31

    A Black police officer in Flint, Mich., reflects on what it now means to be part of the force in his hometown.

  94. Portland Shooting Amplifies Tensions in Presidential Race National, August 30

    A fatal shooting after clashes in Portland came on the heels of the shooting deaths of two people during confrontations in Kenosha, Wis., earlier in the week.

  95. Trump Embraces Fringe Theories on Protests and the Coronavirus Washington, August 30

    In a Twitter barrage, the president advanced conspiracy theories claiming that protests are an organized coup and that the virus death toll is inflated. He also reposted a call to imprison New York’s governor.

  96. ‘Enough Is Enough’: New Racial Justice Leaders Rise in Kenosha National, August 29

    A new crop of activists has joined the ranks of protesters in Kenosha, Wis., as police killings across the country spur ordinary people into the streets. Jacob Blake’s family spoke at a rally on Saturday.

  97. Bison Are On the Run After 125 Escape a Nebraska Feedlot Express, August 29

    So many people have been chasing the 50 stragglers that the animals got spooked and split off into singles and pairs, complicating efforts to catch them, a sheriff said.

  98. Rival Themes Emerge as Race Enters Final Weeks: Covid vs. Law and Order Politics, August 28

    The national political conventions over the last two weeks set the battle lines for the election’s remaining weeks. Joe Biden is focusing on President Trump’s virus management, while the president is hammering a law-and-order message.

  99. Jacob Blake Was Shackled in Hospital Bed After Police Shot Him National, August 28

    The authorities said an earlier sexual assault charge was the reason for the restraints, which were removed on Friday.

  100. Rory McIlroy and Patrick Cantlay Tough It Out, Sharing BMW Lead Sports, August 28

    The two were the only golfers to finish below par after 36 holes. Tiger Woods was far back in the field as he struggled to keep his PGA Tour season alive.

  101. How Kenosha Affects Pro Sports and Politics Letters, August 28

    Readers address athlete walkouts and the reverberations of the protests and violence in Wisconsin. Also: Not every Christian is an evangelical; safe drinking water; hope in everyday things.

  102. Watch Full Video: Wisconsin Officials Give Update on Blake Investigation Video, August 28

    Several law enforcement and public officials in Wisconsin held a news conference at the Kenosha Public Safety Building about the investigation into the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

  103. 11 Female Voices, From Age 13 to 110, on Why the Vote Matters Special Sections, August 26

    "Your right." "A duty." "A very sacred act." A century after suffrage, women reflect on what it means to them.

  104. Peaceful Marches and Armored Vehicles: Scenes From Kenosha Protests Video, August 26

    Unrest in Kenosha, Wis., continued after the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black resident. Peaceful demonstrations earlier in the day gave way to chaos as law enforcement faced off with protesters.

  105. $780,000 Homes in Rhode Island, Virginia and Iowa Real Estate, August 26

    An 1810 Federal-style house near the harbor in Bristol, a midcentury-modern home in Alexandria and a 1906 Tudor Revival in Davenport.

  106. What You Get for $780,000 Slideshow, August 26

    An 1810 Federal-style house near the harbor in Bristol, R.I.; a midcentury-modern home in Alexandria, Va.; and a 1906 Tudor Revival in Davenport, Iowa.

  107. Three Shot Amid Protests Over Jacob Blake Shooting National, August 26

    Demonstrations turned tense, then violent early Wednesday on the streets of Kenosha, Wis.

  108. Three People Shot, One Fatally, on Third Night of Unrest in Kenosha, Wis. National, August 26

    The violence occurred early Wednesday during a confrontation between demonstrators and a group of armed men as protests continued over the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

  109. Three People Shot, Two Fatally, on Third Night of Unrest in Kenosha, Wis. National, August 26

    The violence occurred early Wednesday during a confrontation between demonstrators and a group of armed men as protests continued over the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

  110. Two Killed and One Injured on Third Night of Unrest in Kenosha, Wis. National, August 26

    The violence occurred early Wednesday during a confrontation between demonstrators and a group of men armed with guns as protests continued over the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

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

    See full results and maps from the Oklahoma primary runoff.

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

    Detailed results and maps from the Oklahoma primary runoff election.

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

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

  114. Live: Minnesota State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, August 11

  115. Wisconsin Primary Election Results: Fifth Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  116. Wisconsin Primary Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  117. Minnesota Primary Election Results: Seventh Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  118. Minnesota U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, August 11

  119. Minnesota Primary Election Results: Eighth Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  120. Minnesota Primary Election Results: Fifth Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  121. Live: Wisconsin State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, August 11

  122. Wisconsin Primary Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  123. Wisconsin Primary Election Results: Sixth Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  124. Minnesota Primary Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  125. Wisconsin Primary Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  126. Minnesota Primary Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  127. Minnesota Primary Election Results: Sixth Congressional District Interactive, August 11

  128. Live Primary Election Results: Races in Connecticut, Georgia, Minnesota and Wisconsin Interactive, August 11

    Get the latest primary results from Connecticut, Georgia, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

  129. Live Analysis: August 4 Election Results Interactive, August 4

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

  130. Live Primary Election Results: Races in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan and Missouri Interactive, August 4

    Get the latest primary results from Arizona, Kansas, Michigan and Missouri.

  131. Live Analysis: June 30 Election Results Interactive, June 30

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

  132. Live Primary Election Results: Races in Colorado, Oklahoma and Utah Interactive, June 30

    Get the latest primary results from Colorado, Oklahoma and Utah.

  133. Lori Lightfoot, Mayor of Chicago, on Who’s Hurt by Defunding Police Interactive, June 22

    “You are eliminating one of the few tools that the city has to create middle-class incomes for black and brown folks.”

  134. Police Reform Is Necessary. But How Do We Do It? Interactive, June 13

    A discussion about changes in policing, moderated by Emily Bazelon.

  135. A Striking Disconnect on the Virus: Economic Pain With Little Illness Interactive, June 6

    In corners of the U.S. facing financial ruin, but where the coronavirus hasn’t arrived in full, an analysis of economic and infection data helps explain why some see reopening as long overdue.

  136. Minneapolis Police Use Force Against Black People at 7 Times the Rate of Whites Interactive, June 3

    When the officers use kicks, chokeholds, punches, takedowns, Mace spray, Tasers and the like, the person subject to that force is black about 60 percent of the time.

  137. Live Analysis: June 2 Election Results Interactive, June 2

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

  138. Live Primary Election Results: Iowa, New Mexico, Pennsylvania and More Races to Watch Interactive, June 2

    Get the latest primary results from Iowa, New Mexico, Pennsylvania and more.

  139. Can America’s Middle Class Be Saved from a New Depression? Interactive, May 26

    As the pandemic guts the livelihoods of formerly stable families, the federal government seems unwilling to act on the necessary scale.

  140. 12 Restaurants America Loves. With Recipes! Interactive, May 26

    We’re making food from our favorite restaurants at home.

  141. Two Dams That Failed Were Rated ‘High Hazard.’ A Third of Michigan’s Dams Hold a Similar Risk. Interactive, May 20

    More than 300 dams in the state are classified as having the potential to cause loss of life or economic and environmental damage in the case of a failure, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

  142. Live Analysis: California and Wisconsin Special Election Results Interactive, May 12

    Get live updates from our reporters on the special elections in California and Wisconsin.

  143. Live: Nebraska State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, May 12

    Detailed results and maps from the Nebraska primary election.

  144. Nebraska Election Results: Live Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, May 12

    Detailed results and maps from the Nebraska presidential primary election.

  145. Wisconsin Special Election Results: Seventh Congressional District Interactive, May 12

    See full results and maps from the Wisconsin special election.

  146. Kansas Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, May 2

    Detailed results from the Kansas presidential primary election.

  147. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

    With billions of people staying home, the world is reinventing the weekend.

  148. Live: Ohio State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, April 28

    Detailed results and maps from the Ohio primary election.

  149. Live Results: Ohio Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, April 28

    Detailed results and maps from the Ohio presidential primary election.

  150. Ohio Primary Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, April 28

    Many will be watching the results from Ohio’s third congressional district as a progressive first-time candidate hopes to beat a four-term incumbent.