1. State Courts Become Battleground Over Trump’s Sanctuary Cities Policy Metro, Today

    Lawyers for immigrants have started to convince judges that state laws prohibit local law enforcement from cooperating with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

  2. For the Slopes, a Ski-Themed Aquavit Dining, December 10

    Skiklubben, from Tamworth Distilling, celebrates the nation’s oldest ski club, Nansen, in Berlin, N.H.

  3. Cory Booker Dips a Toe Into New Hampshire as 2020 Decision Nears Politics, December 8

    “He’s the best friend New Hampshire Democrats had in 2018,” the chairman of the state Democratic Party said of Mr. Booker, the New Jersey senator who helped raise money for candidates there.

  4. $550,000 Homes in Florida, Indiana and New Hampshire Real Estate, December 5

    A modernist duplex in Miami Beach, a 1928 home in Fort Wayne and a 1979 ranch house in Hollis.

  5. What You Get for $550,000 Slideshow, December 5

    A modernist duplex in Miami Beach, Fla.; a 1928 home in Fort Wayne, Ind.; and a 1979 ranch house in Hollis, N.H.

  6. Deval Patrick to Announce He Will Not Run for President in 2020 U.S., December 5

    Mr. Patrick, the former governor of Massachusetts, had been discussing a possible run with associates and had been actively traveling around the country to support Democratic candidates.

  7. Teacher Placed on Leave After High School Students Sing Song About K.K.K. Express, December 4

    A New Hampshire school district placed a teacher on paid leave this week after a student recorded two classmates singing lyrics about killing black people for an assignment.

  8. How Bush’s 1988 Campaign Ushered in a New Era of Racial Politics Video, December 4

    An attack ad made by George Bush’s supporters for his 1988 presidential campaign is infamous for stoking racial fears. The ad served as a precursor to the racially charged politics of today.

  9. Bush Made Willie Horton an Issue in 1988, and the Racial Scars Are Still Fresh Washington, December 3

    Mr. Bush expressed no regret for the Horton ad, and some of his longtime allies have long argued that he got a bad rap for something that was not really of his making.

  10. The Patrician President and the Reporterette: A Screwball Story Op Ed, December 2

    My faithful correspondent, Poppy Bush, scribbling and typing notes through decades of history.

  11. ‘We’ve Lost Both of Them’: Maine Town Grapples With Loss of George and Barbara Bush National, December 1

    The Bushes were “woven into the fabric of the town,” one resident said. “To not have them here is a void.”

  12. George Bush’s Life in 13 Objects Sunday Review, December 1

    Items from family, friends, college and the White House that influenced the 41st president.

  13. Wall Street Titan to Get a Refund Over Fake Art Culture, November 30

    A federal jury in New Hampshire ordered a former professor and her son to repay Andrew J. Hall for selling him fake paintings attributed to the artist Leon Golub.

  14. Bernie Sanders Steps Out With His Favored Political Partner: His Wife Politics, November 30

    At a symposium organized by Jane Sanders, the Vermont senator didn’t quite take the reins of 2020 leadership. But he didn’t drop them either.

  15. Some Marriott Strikes End, but San Francisco Workers Stay Out Travel, November 29

    With a settlement in Hawaii, two-thirds of the almost 8,000 of the hotel giant’s workers who had walked out are back at work, as one of travel’s busiest seasons is underway.

  16. Elizabeth Warren, Eyeing 2020, Decries Military Overreach Politics, November 29

    In a major foreign policy speech, Senator Warren combined criticism of “ill-advised military commitments” with populist rhetoric about corporate greed and inequality.

  17. Are Civics Lessons a Constitutional Right? These Students Are Suing for Them National, November 28

    Many see the lack of civics in schools as a national crisis. A federal lawsuit says it also violates the law.

  18. Mikaela Shiffrin, Fueled by Home Support, Closes In on a Childhood Idol Sports, November 25

    Shiffrin won a third consecutive World Cup slalom race at Killington, putting her one victory from the career discipline record of Marlies Schild.

  19. $450,000 Homes in Rhode Island, Illinois and Arkansas Real Estate, November 21

    An 1898 Arts and Crafts house in Glocester, a modern condominium in Chicago and a 1931 cottage in Fayetteville.

  20. What You Get for $450,000 Slideshow, November 21

    An 1898 Arts and Crafts house in Glocester, R.I.; a modern condominium in Chicago; and a 1931 cottage in Fayetteville, Ark.

  21. The Thanksgiving Story You’ve Probably Never Heard Op Ed, November 21

    Not everyone confessed the Pilgrim creed at the first gathering of what would become our national holiday. Maybe we don’t have the pilgrims alone to thank for democracy.

  22. Letter of Recommendation: Plymouth Rock Magazine, November 21

    It’s a monument to its own fraudulence — and the irrepressible nature of truth.

  23. Andrew Fitzgerald, Who Saved Men From a Storm-Sundered Ship, Dies at 87 Obits, November 19

    He was the last surviving member of a four-man Coast Guard crew who braved monstrous seas off Cape Cod in 1952 to save 32 seamen clinging to half a tanker.

  24. Looking Forward to Reconstruction Op Ed, November 18

    America doesn’t need a liberal Trump; it needs precisely the opposite of that.

  25. The Chart That Shows Some of the Biggest Midterm Surprises Opinion, November 16

    In ballot measure results, red states voted for progressive goals like Medicaid expansion and blue states voted against proposals to protect the environment.

  26. A Tanglewood Summer of Bach, Wagner and Renée Fleming Culture, November 15

    The Boston Symphony Orchestra has announced its plans for next summer at Tanglewood, its bucolic summer home in the Berkshires.

  27. Maine’s Bruce Poliquin, Lone Republican in House From New England, Loses Re-election Politics, November 15

    Mr. Poliquin, a two-term congressman from Maine’s Second District, lost re-election, adding to widespread Republican losses in the Northeast.

  28. $1.4 Million Homes in Massachusetts, New York and Missouri Real Estate, November 14

    A condominium in an 1898 schoolhouse outside Boston, an 1840 Carpenter Gothic house in the Hudson Valley and a 1911 estate in St. Louis.

  29. What You Get for $1.4 Million Slideshow, November 14

    A condominium in an 1898 schoolhouse outside Boston, an 1840 Carpenter Gothic house in the Hudson Valley and a 1911 estate in St. Louis.

  30. In New Class of Young Lawmakers, a Former Girl Scout Goes to the Statehouse National, November 13

    Cassandra Levesque, 19, had once urged New Hampshire lawmakers to raise the age of marriage in the state. Now she’s been elected to vote on state laws herself.

  31. Maine Counts Votes Differently. That Could Put a House Republican in Jeopardy. National, November 13

    Since neither Bruce Poliquin, the Republican, nor Jared Golden, the Democrat, won a majority, the state will now count second, and maybe third, place votes.

  32. John Marttila, Strategist Who Helped Biden and Kerry, Dies at 78 Obituaries, November 13

    A refugee from Republican politics in Detroit, he plotted the campaigns of progressive Democrats, black mayors and anti-Vietnam War candidates.

  33. A Cheese Slate in a New York State of Mind Dining, November 12

    JK Adams, a cutting-board company in Vermont, has a new line of serving boards and slates with eight different city skylines.