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  1. Florida Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, Today

  2. Results: The Most Detailed Map of the Florida Democratic Primary Interactive, Today

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  26. Live Results: Virginia Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, Today

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  28. Virginia Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, Today

  29. Live Results: Alabama Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, Today

  30. Live Results: Arkansas Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, Today

  31. Results: The Most Detailed Map of the Virginia Democratic Primary Interactive, Today

  32. Tennessee Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, Today

  33. Alabama Primary Election Results: First House District Interactive, Today

  34. North Carolina Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, Today

  35. Alabama U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, Today

  36. Live: Arkansas State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, Today

  37. Live: North Carolina State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, Today

  38. Alabama Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, Today

  39. Live Results: North Carolina Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, Today

  40. Tennessee Presidential Republican Primary Election Results Interactive, Today

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  45. Live: Alabama State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, Today

  46. Results: The Most Detailed Map of the North Carolina Democratic Primary Interactive, Today

  47. Cristobal Threatens Gulf Coast From Louisiana to Florida Express, Today

    The third named storm of what is predicted to be an intense hurricane season is expected to make landfall on Sunday.

  48. Louisville Barbecue Owner Killed in Police Shooting Fed a Food Desert Dining, Today

    David McAtee is remembered as a man who reached out to his mostly black community through his cooking.

  49. Paint Fades, but Murals Remember People Killed by Police Culture, Today

    Across the country, artists have created portraits of George Floyd, Amadou Diallo, Eric Garner and others as markers of pain and loss.

  50. 7 People Dead in Alabama Shooting, Police Say Express, Today

    The Morgan County coroner said the authorities were investigating the deaths of the four men and three women, and it was not yet clear how they were related.

  51. How Farmers Got Florida to ‘Swipe Ripe’ Op Ed, Today

    Forget the grocery store. Pandemic-scarred Floridians are learning to shop for produce on social media instead.

  52. A Popular Louisville Restaurant Owner Was Killed by the Police. What Happened? National, Yesterday

    David McAtee, who owned a barbecue stand, was shot as the police and National Guard confronted curfew violators.

  53. The David McAtee Shooting: Did Aggressive Policing Lead to a Fatal Outcome? Video, Yesterday

    The Times analyzed videos of the shooting by the police and National Guardsmen of David McAtee in Louisville, Ky., on June 1 to show how the episode unfolded — and how questionable policing tactics played a role.

  54. Gambia Seeks Answers Over a Police Shooting in Georgia National, Yesterday

    The police say Momodou Lamin Sisay discharged his weapon before officers fatally shot him. Mr. Sisay’s family’s lawyer disputes that account.

  55. I Reopened My Restaurant, and I Don’t Regret It Op Ed, Yesterday

    “Was I scared of getting the virus? No. I was scared of losing my business.”

  56. The Damage Trump Has Done This Week Extends Far Beyond America’s Borders Op Ed, Yesterday

    Sixty-three years ago, American troops were deployed to quell racial unrest. It made this country a better place.

  57. When She Hears a Crying Bride, ‘It’s All Over’ Styles, Yesterday

    Teresa Clayton (and her husband, Steve Clayton) gave 45 couples the opportunity to marry for free last month at their wedding venue in Virginia. Distress over social restrictions led to many ‘happy tears’ in the end.

  58. Trump Campaign Looks at Electoral Map and Doesn’t Like What It Sees Politics, June 3

    As polls show President Trump significantly trailing his rival, Joseph R. Biden Jr., his campaign is spending heavily in states, like Ohio, that it had hoped would not be competitive at all this year.

  59. Virginia Governor Plans to Order Robert E. Lee Statue Removed National, June 3

    A statue of the Confederate general in Richmond is controlled by the state, but the city’s mayor said he would propose a bill to remove additional Confederate monuments there.

  60. Virginia Governor Plans to Order Confederate Monument Removed National, June 3

    A statue of Robert E. Lee in Richmond is controlled by the state, but the city’s mayor said he would propose a bill to remove additional Confederate monuments there.

  61. Virginia Governor Plans to Order Robert E. Lee Statue Removed U.S., June 3

    A statue of the Confederate general in Richmond is controlled by the state, but the city’s mayor said he would propose a bill to remove additional Confederate monuments there.

  62. Wary Journalists Return to a Reopened South Carolina Newsroom Business, June 3

    The Post and Courier in Charleston requires temperature checks at the door. An editor said she had been fired after approving a reader’s comment criticizing the newspaper’s shift away from remote work.

  63. George Floyd Protests Reignite Debate Over Confederate Statues Express, June 3

    Dozens came down after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017. Protesters outraged over the death of Mr. Floyd are targeting some that remained.

  64. Documenting Voices of Protest Summary, June 3

    In a video discussion, three Times journalists talked about what they’re hearing at demonstrations, and the racial issues behind them.

  65. The Police Report to Me, but I Knew I Couldn’t Protect My Son Op Ed, June 3

    Even as mayor, I know what every other parent to a black boy in America knows: My son is simply who he is, a young black man.

  66. The Most Important Word in the Hospitality Industry? ‘Clean’ Travel, June 3

    The world’s largest hotel companies have all come forward in recent weeks to announce new cleaning playbooks.

  67. The Price We Have Paid for Not Confronting Racism Op Ed, June 3

    We will remain trapped in a cycle of anger and hopelessness until more white Americans come to grips with our past.

  68. A peaceful protest tonight in New Orleans U.S., June 2

  69. Beverly Hills, Buckhead, SoHo: The New Sites of Urban Unrest Upshot, June 2

    In a reflection of how American cities have changed since the 1960s, demonstrations have included many wealthy areas.

  70. Republicans Will Move Trump Convention Speech Out of Charlotte Politics, June 2

    After a stalemate with Democrats in North Carolina, Republicans said the president wouldn’t accept the party’s nomination at its convention in Charlotte, as planned, but would do so in another city.

  71. Restaurants Nourish Protesters With Food, Supplies and Donations Dining, June 2

    Their windows are smashed and their storefronts are vandalized. But some restaurant owners around the country are committed to supporting demonstrators.

  72. A Spa’s Journey From Family Recipes to Whole Foods to ‘Survival Mode’ Special Sections, June 2

    Iwi Fresh in Atlanta has survived with some creative thinking by its owner, Yolanda Owens.

  73. Relaxing the Rules of Social Distancing Real Estate, June 2

    When it’s time to invite people over, would-be hosts face tough conversations with friends and family on their standards for avoiding coronavirus infection.

  74. After George Floyd’s Death, Toll Rises in Protests Across the Country National, June 1

    At least five people have died in unrest over the death of Mr. Floyd. Injuries have been numerous, and millions of dollars in damage to property has occurred.

  75. Birmingham Mayor Orders Removal of Confederate Monument in Public Park National, June 2

    The statue, at the center of a legal fight, was defaced and damaged during a protest on Sunday night.

  76. Twitter Places Warning on Congressman’s Tweet for Glorifying Violence Business, June 1

    The post, from Representative Matt Gaetz, a Florida Republican, had likened protesters to terrorists and called for them to be hunted down.

  77. North Carolina Pug Was Not Infected With Coronavirus, U.S.D.A. Says Express, June 1

    Although Winston the pug was not infected, the agency said on Tuesday that a German shepherd in New York had become the first pet dog to be tested and confirmed positive for the virus in the United States.

  78. Despite Warnings, Races Continue at a N. Carolina Speedway Sports, May 31

    At the direction of Gov. Roy Cooper, a county sheriff told the track’s operators to cancel Saturday’s races. Then they went ahead, again, as scheduled with fans in attendance.

  79. Hurricane Season Collides With the Coronavirus Op Ed, May 31

    This year Floridians will have to weigh what is more dangerous — a storm or the virus.

  80. ‘Please, I Don’t Have Insurance’: Businesses Plead With Protesters National, May 31

    Businesses ranging from national chain stores to neighborhood pizza shops have been damaged in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Stunned store owners were still assessing their losses.

  81. Covid-19 and the Rural Fear of ‘Taking Advantage’ Op Ed, May 31

    In my community, angst over the idea that some might receive too much help is shaping reactions to pandemic relief.

  82. Black Americans Have a Message for Democrats: Not Being Trump Is Not Enough Politics, May 31

    Joe Biden wants to heal the soul of the country in this moment of protest and loss, and win the White House. Simply telling people to vote in November may not help with either goal.

  83. Black Americans Have a Message for Democrats: Not Being Trump Is Not Enough Politics, May 31

    Joe Biden wants to heal the soul of the country in this moment of protest and loss, and win the White House. Simply telling people to vote in November may not help with either goal.

  84. Here’s What You Need to Know About Breonna Taylor’s Death National, May 30

    Fury over the killing of Ms. Taylor by the police has been growing, driving tense demonstrations in Louisville, Ky., and elsewhere.

  85. Here’s What You Need to Know About Breonna Taylor’s Death National, May 30

    Fury over the killing of Ms. Taylor by the police has been growing, driving tense demonstrations in Louisville, Ky., and elsewhere.

  86. Remember, No One Is Coming to Save Us Op Ed, May 30

    Eventually doctors will find a coronavirus vaccine, but black people will continue to wait for a cure for racism.

  87. Is Pickleball the Perfect Pandemic Pastime? Styles, May 30

    Ellen DeGeneres recently declared herself among the intergenerational sport’s ardent enthusiasts.

  88. Atlanta Protesters Clash With Police as Mayor Warns ‘You Are Disgracing Our City’ National, May 29

    Protesters broke windows and set fire to cars after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Protests emerged in many U.S. cities.

  89. Congress Plans Hearings on Racial Violence and Use of Force by the Police Washington, May 29

    A top Democrat said the House would likely weigh a federal chokehold ban as leaders in the House and Senate announced hearings on race and policing.

  90. Inside an Extraordinary G.O.P. Event: ‘Pressing Flesh and Kissing Babies’ Again Politics, May 29

    At the South Carolina event, attended by Senators Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott, there were few masks and no social distancing — and that was the point.

  91. ‘Looting’ Comment From Trump Dates Back to Racial Unrest of the 1960s National, May 29

    The phrase the president tweeted, “When the looting starts, the shooting starts,” was used by a Miami police chief widely condemned by civil rights groups.

  92. Back to School for a Wedding Society, May 29

    The couple held their downsized wedding at Summit School in Winston-Salem, N.C., where the bride attended school through ninth grade.

  93. The Birds Are Not on Lockdown, and More People Are Watching Them Express, May 29

    Bird-watching has surged in popularity during the pandemic. It’s easy to start, and you can do it anywhere — even from inside, and even in urban spaces.

  94. 7 People Shot at Louisville Protest Over the Death of Breonna Taylor Washington, May 29

    The protests in Kentucky were prompted by the killing of Ms. Taylor, a black woman who was shot dead by white police officers who entered her home in March.

  95. Fight Over G.O.P. Convention Escalates in North Carolina Politics, May 28

    President Trump has pushed state leaders to hold the kind of event he wants. Top Republicans and the state’s Democratic governor traded demands this week over safety measures.

  96. What I Learned as a New York Times Fellow Summary, May 28

    During my one-of-a-kind year as a reporter, I grew tougher, gained wisdom from colleagues and covered the N.F.L. draft from my parents’ basement.

  97. Couple Bilked Medicaid for $13 Million to Pay for Lavish Lifestyle, U.S. Says Express, May 28

    Latisha and Timothy Harron spent the money on a private jet, shopping sprees at Tiffany, wine and clothes that they flaunted on social media, prosecutors said.

  98. Returning, and Awakening, to the Beauty of Rural Alabama Travel, May 28

    Having traveled to Alabama to wait out the coronavirus pandemic, a photographer reassesses his relationship with his childhood and his hometown.

  99. Trump Will Have His Coronation Op Ed, May 27

    If North Carolina won’t host the Republican Party’s convention, he’ll find a state that will.

  100. As a Federal Coronavirus Expert Frets, the Capital Moves to Reopen Washington, May 27

    Like many areas around the country, Washington and its suburbs are embracing positive momentum in data on infections to push ahead.

  101. At Cape Canaveral, Trump’s Search for a Heroic Narrative Is Thwarted Washington, May 27

    The president had hoped to watch the first launch of NASA astronauts into orbit from the United States in nearly a decade. Nothing would say the U.S. is back with more verve than a rocket’s red glare.

  102. Tropical Storm Bertha Could Cause Dangerous Flooding in the South Express, May 27

    Bertha was named a tropical storm less than two hours before it made landfall near Charleston, S.C., on Wednesday.

  103. N. Carolina Speedway Packs Its Stands, Drawing Governor’s Rebuke Sports, May 27

    The track’s determination not to police the crowd, and the local sheriff’s department’s refusal to intervene, underscored the confusion and conflict that can occur as sports reopen in the pandemic.

  104. Coronavirus Isn’t Keeping Florida Crowds From SpaceX Launch Science, May 27

    Many beachside hotels along the state’s Space Coast were already at capacity before Wednesday’s scheduled launch, a local tourism executive said.

  105. 12 Underknown Songs From the Region That Birthed Emo Culture, May 27

    The Washington, D.C., punk scene (and its surrounding suburbs) figured out what happened after hardcore. What happened after that was out of its hands.

  106. In Louisiana, Covid-19 Has Achieved What Big Oil Protesters Could Not Interactive, May 26

    A plunge in oil prices has hammered the state’s economy — but also shown a glimpse of a different possible future.

  107. Republicans Tried to Suppress the Vote in Florida. And Failed. Editorial, May 26

    Voters overwhelmingly wanted to restore former felons’ voting rights.

  108. Mike Pompeo Is the Worst Secretary of State Ever Op Ed, May 26

    Where’s the Republican uproar over what’s gone on under his watch?

  109. In Audacious Move, Georgia and Florida Governors Offer to Host G.O.P. Convention Politics, May 26

    The party is still contractually obligated to hold the event in North Carolina, but President Trump has threatened a change of location as the state’s Democratic governor urges caution because of the coronavirus.

  110. Justice Dept. Ends Inquiries Into 3 Senators’ Stock Trades Washington, May 26

    Law enforcement officials told three senators that they would not be pursuing charges, but an investigation into trades by Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina appears to be proceeding.

  111. 12 Restaurants America Loves. With Recipes! Interactive, May 26

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

  112. The Latest Trend in Vacation Rentals: Long-Term Stays Travel, May 26

    Like a barbershop newly opened from lockdown, vacation properties are experiencing a surge of bookings. But instead of a week or two on the beach, people are looking for a month or more.

  113. Americans Ponder Losses Past and Present on a Subdued Memorial Day National, May 25

    At beaches, seaside arcades and other attractions, many people hoped to turn the page from the past few months. Still, moving past the pandemic is a long way off.

  114. As Meatpacking Plants Reopen, Data About Worker Illness Remains Elusive Business, May 25

    Emails show local officials received conflicting signals from state leaders and meatpacking companies about how much information to release about outbreaks in plants.

  115. Trump Threatens to Pull Republican National Convention From North Carolina Politics, May 25

    The president, who has wondered aloud to aides why the convention can’t be held in Florida, said North Carolina’s governor needed to “guarantee” that the event could be held in August.

  116. In Memphis, Journalism Can Still Bring Justice Op Ed, May 25

    The nonprofit newsroom MLK50, founded by Wendi C. Thomas, aims to carry on the work that Martin Luther King Jr. started.

  117. Florida Law Restricting Felon Voting Is Unconstitutional, Judge Rules National, May 24

    A federal judge said the law would result in discrimination against felons who cannot afford to pay court fines and fees.

  118. As Trump Pushes for Reopenings, Congregations Choose Safety Over Haste National, May 24

    Houses of worship are balancing the desire to reopen and worship together against the health consequences of moving too fast.

  119. World TeamTennis Plans to Play Its Entire Season in West Virginia Sports, May 24

    The league is planning to have a three-week season featuring nine teams from July 12 to Aug. 1 at the Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs.

  120. What Happens if a Hurricane Hits During the Pandemic? National, May 24

    Florida is trying to figure out the daunting prospect of asking residents to evacuate for their safety during a storm after asking them to stay at home for the coronavirus.

  121. Why Does the U.S. Military Celebrate White Supremacy? Editorial, May 23

    It is time to rename bases for American heroes — not racist traitors.

  122. Investigators Say One Man Shot Ahmaud Arbery. Why Are Three Charged With Murder? National, May 23

    The authorities said Travis McMichael fired the fatal shots, yet his father and a neighbor also are charged with murder in connection with Mr. Arbery’s death.

  123. Prosecutors to Drop Charges Against Boyfriend of Breonna Taylor Express, May 22

    The announcement came one day after the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it had opened an investigation into the fatal shooting of Ms. Taylor by three police officers in Louisville, Ky.

  124. White House Worries About Kelly Loeffler’s Senate Prospects in Georgia Washington, May 22

    President Trump, concerned about his own outlook in the state, plans to stay on the sideline in a race where he favored a different choice for senator.

  125. Investigators Say Man Who Filmed Arbery’s Killing Was More Than a Witness National, May 22

    The video captured by William Bryan brought the world’s attention to the case. Authorities said he participated in the deadly confrontation.

  126. He Says Trumps Cost Him $2 Million, but Hotelier Now Cheers Federal Assist Investigative, May 22

    Plans to launch a brand of Trump hotels in Mississippi fizzled when the president’s family business walked away. Now a former partner has received coronavirus relief loans as he completes the project.

  127. The Kindness of Strangers Podcasts, May 22

    The story of our show about a restaurant owner grappling with reopening.

  128. The Sun-Starved Prepare to Storm Beaches. Locals Are Worried. Styles, May 22

    As beaches open, out-of-towners will bring business, but also behavior that could threaten public health.

  129. The U.S. Is Getting Shorter, as Mapmakers Race to Keep Up Science, May 22

    Scientists are hard at work recalibrating where and how the nation physically sits on the planet. It’s not shrinkage — it’s “height modernization.”

  130. The Country Enters a Memorial Day Weekend to Remember (or Forget) National, May 22

    Communities are finding creative ways to celebrate the traditional start of summer in the midst of social distancing and coronavirus alarm.

  131. Church That Defied Coronavirus Restrictions Is Burned to Ground National, May 22

    A message at the scene that said, in part, “Bet you stay home now,” has led the police in Mississippi to suspect arson.

  132. F.B.I. to Investigate Shooting of Breonna Taylor by Louisville Police Express, May 21

    Breonna Taylor was killed during a police drug raid at her home in Louisville.

  133. A Campaign Milestone: ‘I Was Drugged and Raped,’ Heard in a Candidate’s Ad Politics, May 21

    A Democratic congressional candidate in Virginia is releasing a TV spot where she speaks candidly about assault, a new step in a political landscape altered by the #MeToo movement.

  134. How the Pandemic Splintered the Appalachian Trail Express, May 21

    The coronavirus scuttled plans and forced officials to ask people to get out of the woods. Of the thousands who hoped to hike the trail this year, only a few hundred remain.

  135. G.O.P. Officials Quietly Consider Paring Back Convention Politics, May 21

    President Trump has insisted that the Republican convention is moving ahead for August despite the coronavirus. But even he has expressed openness to a scaled-down event.

  136. Saying Goodbye to Elizabeth Suzann Styles, May 21

    A cult label that kept things slow and simple.

  137. All 50 States Are Now Reopening. But at What Cost? National, May 20

    Governors face intensifying pressure to reopen their economies, but experts warn it could mean thousands of new deaths.

  138. La mascarilla es el nuevo ingrediente del menú de los restaurantes en Español, May 20

    A medida que los restaurantes vuelven a abrir lentamente, los propietarios se esfuerzan por reducir los riesgos y tranquilizar a los clientes con una variedad de medidas. Las mascarillas marcan el camino.

  139. Breland Is Country. Breland Is Hip-Hop. Can Breland Go Pop? Culture, May 20

    The 24-year-old’s single “My Truck” is the most viable fusion of rural and urban since “Old Town Road,” and his new EP pushes the sound even further.

  140. $400,000 Homes in Louisiana, New Hampshire and Washington Real Estate, May 20

    A 1917 house in Shreveport, an 18th-century building complex in Brookfield and a Craftsman home in Tacoma.

  141. What You Get for $400,000 Slideshow, May 20

    A 1917 house in Shreveport, La.; an 18th-century building complex in Brookfield, N.H.; and a Craftsman home in Tacoma, Wash.

  142. Why Is the Pandemic Killing So Many Black Americans? Podcasts, May 20

    Racial disparities in the death rate contradict the claim that the novel coronavirus is “the great equalizer.”

  143. No More ‘Kneecap to Kneecap’ Talks: Coronavirus Hinders Military Recruiting Washington, May 20

    There is no substitute for face-to-face conversations when trying to get Americans to sign up to be service members. Boot camp outbreaks slow the pipeline, too.

  144. Fever Checks and Quarantine Dorms: The Fall College Experience? National, May 19

    We listened as University of Kentucky administrators discussed bringing students back to campus, providing a glimpse into what other schools might do in the fall.

  145. When Cadaver Dogs Pick Up a Scent, Archaeologists Find Where to Dig Science, May 19

    Recent research highlights the power of the canine nose to uncover buried remains from ancient human history.

  146. Black Voters Are Key Witnesses to Crimes Against Democracy Op Ed, May 19

    We haven’t addressed the sins of elections past. That’s a problem for November.

  147. America’s First Concert in Months Rocks an Arkansas Stage Culture, May 18

    Fans who had to have their temperatures taken and wear masks for the Travis McCready show said it was worth it for the experience of hearing live music again.

  148. Coaches of Storied Cheerleading Team Fired After Hazing Scandal Express, May 18

    A three-month investigation also found alcohol use and public nudity by students on the University of Kentucky team, the school said.

  149. Trump to Tap New Company to Make Covid-19 Drugs in the U.S. Washington, May 18

    The Trump administration on Tuesday will announce one of the largest-ever contracts to bring pharmaceutical manufacturing from abroad to a new plant in Virginia.

  150. The Phony Coronavirus Class War Op Ed, May 18

    Defiance of public health directives has become a mark of right-wing identity.