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  1. These 90-Year-Old Runners Have Some Advice for You Sports, Today

    Runners at the National Senior Games in Miramar, Fla., competed in events ranging from the 50 meters to 1,500 meters. Their secret? “You’ve got to keep moving.”

  2. Scorned by Trump, Mo Brooks Rises in Alabama Senate Race U.S., Today

    Mr. Brooks, a hard-right representative, seems to be making an unlikely comeback in a Senate race in which the Trump endorsement may not determine votes of Trump supporters.

  3. What Donald Trump Didn’t Count On in Georgia U.S., Today

    Brian Kemp, the incumbent governor, is at the top of the former president’s enemies list. But to many Georgia Republicans, he is ‘one of us.’

  4. Perdue Had Trump. In Georgia, Kemp Had Everything Else. U.S., Yesterday

    David Perdue challenged Gov. Brian Kemp because of Donald Trump’s fury over his 2020 loss. Thoroughly outflanked and failing to gain traction, he is now staring down defeat.

  5. With Rich Strike Out, the Filly Secret Oath Headlines the Preakness. Here’s What to Know. Sports, Yesterday

    The winner of the Kentucky Oaks and the second-place Derby finisher, Epicenter, are the top horses to watch in the 147th Preakness.

  6. Two Democratic Congresswomen, One Redrawn Georgia District U.S., Yesterday

    A primary for the new Seventh District, outside Atlanta, is forcing two popular incumbents, Lucy McBath and Carolyn Bourdeaux, to do battle.

  7. Attack ads have fueled sharp ups and downs in the Alabama G.O.P. Senate race. U.S., May 20

    Deep-pocketed outside groups have spent freely to disparage the rivals of their preferred candidates.

  8. In Georgia, a G.O.P. Primary Tests the Power of a Trump Vendetta U.S., May 20

    Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is fending off a challenger fueled by Donald J. Trump’s election lies. But do voters still care about 2020 as much as the former president does?

  9. The May 20 Primary Elections Pennsylvania Midterm live blog included one standalone post:
  10. ‘Casanova Scammer’ Pleads Guilty to Defrauding More Than 30 Women U.S., May 20

    Purporting to be a medical doctor who had attended prestigious universities, he persuaded those he met on dating websites to send him large sums of money, luxury items and bank account information.

  11. On Race, Herschel Walker’s Offer of Absolution Divides Georgia Voters U.S., May 20

    Georgia will still have a Black senator next year, but the likely Republican nominee, Herschel Walker, and the incumbent Democrat, Raphael Warnock, offer far different visions on race.

  12. Democrats, the Midterm Jinx Is Not Inevitable Opinion, May 20

    Standard political history may not be a good guide to 2022.

  13. Ex-Deputy Is Sentenced to 18 Years After Mental Health Patients Drowned in Van U.S., May 19

    A former deputy was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and reckless homicide in the deaths of two women who drowned in 2018 after he drove through floodwaters caused by Hurricane Florence.

  14. More than 600,000 people have already voted early in Tuesday’s Georgia primary. U.S., May 19

    Early voting in the state ends on Friday evening.

  15. University Must Reinstate Professor Who Tweeted About ‘Black Privilege’ U.S., May 19

    An arbitrator found that the University of Central Florida failed to show “just cause” last year when it fired Charles Negy, a tenured professor whose comments generated outrage on campus.

  16. Family Dollar to Close Warehouse After Rodent Infestation Business, May 19

    The F.D.A. said in February that more than 1,100 dead rodents were found inside the distribution center in West Memphis, Ark., after it was fumigated.

  17. Racists Once Terrorized This Georgia County. Diversity Made It Prosper. U.S., May 19

    The slow return of diversity to an area that brutally drove out its Black residents has been accompanied by a boom that gives the lie to “Great Replacement” conspiracy theories.

  18. In Court, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Dress to Suggest Style, May 19

    Honesty, respectability, sincerity — the clothes make the argument.

  19. Justice Dept. Employees Urge Administration to Grant Leave for Out-of-State Abortions U.S., May 18

    The request for federal employees to be granted time off to travel out of state for the procedure comes as large companies are starting to make accommodations in the area.

  20. The G.O.P. Establishment Scores a Rare Victory in Ousting Madison Cawthorn U.S., May 18

    Mr. Cawthorn, a North Carolina congressman besieged by multiple scandals, lost his primary after many old-guard Republicans had turned on him.

  21. Woman Whose Voice Was Heard in Surfside Rubble Is Identified U.S., May 18

    After a lengthy investigation, Miami-Dade officials say the trapped woman was Theresa Velasquez, 36, a music executive from Los Angeles who was visiting her parents. They also died.

  22. The Madison Cawthorn Show Is Over, and We All Deserve Refunds Opinion, May 18

    Republican politics today rewards acting out, and the soon-to-be ex-congressman from North Carolina made an art of it.

  23. America’s Doug Mastriano Problem Opinion, May 18

    The Republican Party’s strategy to contain populist rebellion didn’t work in Pennsylvania.

  24. Madison Cawthorn loses his re-election bid after a deluge of scandals. U.S., May 17

    Chuck Edwards, a three-term state senator who represents the Republican old guard, defeated Mr. Cawthorn, once seen as a rising star in his party.

  25. The May 17 Pa Primary Elections Nc live blog included five standalone posts:
  26. 2 Children Have Been Hospitalized Because of Formula Shortage U.S., May 17

    A Memphis hospital has treated two children who can’t absorb nutrients properly because of a medical condition and don’t have access to the specific formula they need.

  27. Three Questions About Today’s Consequential Primaries U.S., May 17

    How will progressive Democrats fare against moderate rivals? What signals will North Carolina Republicans send? And in Pennsylvania, will Kathy Barnette concede a loss?

  28. Your Tuesday Evening Briefing Briefing, May 17

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  29. Kentucky Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Kentucky primary elections.

  30. North Carolina Sixth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  31. North Carolina Fifth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  32. North Carolina Fourth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  33. North Carolina 13th Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  34. Kentucky Third Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Kentucky primary elections.

  35. North Carolina U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  36. Kentucky Fifth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

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  37. North Carolina Eighth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  38. Kentucky Fourth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Kentucky primary elections.

  39. North Carolina First Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  40. North Carolina Ninth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  41. North Carolina 11th Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  42. North Carolina 10th Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  43. North Carolina Seventh Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  44. North Carolina 12th Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  45. Kentucky U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Kentucky primary elections.

  46. Live Primary Results: Tonight’s Key Races Interactive, May 17

    We’re watching the top races in tonight’s primary elections in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Oregon, Idaho and Kentucky.

  47. North Carolina Second Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  48. Kentucky Second Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Kentucky primary elections.

  49. Kentucky First Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Kentucky primary elections.

  50. North Carolina 14th Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  51. North Carolina Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  52. North Carolina Third Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the North Carolina primary elections.

  53. Kentucky Sixth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Kentucky primary elections.

  54. Man Charged With Killing Teenager Who Disappeared in 2009 U.S., May 17

    The authorities said they had charged Raymond Moody with killing Brittanee Drexel, 17. Her remains were found last week, 13 years after she went missing on a spring break trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C.

  55. Amber Heard Recounts Unraveling of Marriage to Johnny Depp Movies, May 16

    The defamation trial involving the actors is entering a new stage as Ms. Heard faces aggressive cross-examination from Mr. Depp’s lawyers.

  56. Buffalo Shooting Highlights Rise of Hate Crimes Against Black Americans U.S., May 16

    The federal data shows a recent spike in assaults, threats and incidents of bias.

  57. At Montpelier, Slaves’ Descendants Will Share Power With White Board Members U.S., May 16

    The board of Montpelier, President James Madison’s Virginia estate, voted 11 new members to the board after months of disagreement.

  58. The Buffalo mass shooting was one of more than 200 this year. U.S., May 16

  59. G.O.P. Senate Candidate in North Carolina Thrives as 2 Key Backers Squabble U.S., May 16

    Representative Ted Budd is proving the political potency of pairing endorsements from Donald Trump and the Club for Growth, the on-again, off-again allies.

  60. The ‘E-Pimps’ of OnlyFans Magazine, May 16

    Clever marketers have figured out how easy it is to simulate online intimacy at scale, ventriloquizing alluring models with cheap, offshore labor.

  61. Here Are the Wildfire Risks to Homes Across the Lower 48 States Interactive, May 16

    New data was used to calculate fire risk to residential and other properties. The threats are rising.

  62. Good Samaritans Rushed Into Traffic to Save Driver, Video Shows U.S., May 15

    A group of strangers who saved an unconscious Florida driver on May 5 reunited on Friday after a video of the dramatic rescue circulated online.

  63. Good Samaritans Save Unconscious Driver Video, May 15

    Strangers rushed into a busy intersection in Boynton Beach, Fla., on May 5 to save a woman who had passed out at the wheel of her car.

  64. Ex-Nurse Convicted in Fatal Medication Error Gets Probation U.S., May 15

    RaDonda Vaught, a former nurse at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Tennessee, said at her sentencing, “‘I’m sorry’ doesn’t seem like enough.”

  65. Un ‘movimiento sísmico’ fractura a los evangélicos y un pastor abandona su hogar en Español, May 15

    Kevin Thompson pensó que dirigiría la iglesia de su ciudad natal por el resto de su vida. Luego llegó Trump y todo lo demás.

  66. In Madison Cawthorn’s District, Strong Opinions of Him, For and Against U.S., May 15

    The right-wing firebrand is counting on Republican primary voters to look past his bad press. Opponents are counting on them to lose patience with him.

  67. Lil Keed, Up-and-Coming Atlanta Rapper, Dies at 24 Arts, May 14

    The musician, a protégé of Young Thug, died on Friday in Los Angeles, his label said.

  68. Beach Houses on the Outer Banks Are Being Swallowed by the Sea U.S., May 14

    A neighborhood of vacation homes off the coast of North Carolina has become a symbol of the effects of rising oceans.

  69. Alabama’s Transgender Youth Can Use Medicine to Transition, Judge Rules U.S., May 14

    A federal judge temporarily halted part of a new law that prevents doctors from prescribing puberty blockers and hormone therapies to transgender youth. He upheld a ban on sex-altering operations.

  70. Beach House Collapses Into Ocean During Storm Video, May 13

    The prime North Carolina beachfront home, located in the Outer Banks, fell into the Atlantic Ocean during a storm.

  71. Partying With Diplo at Formula 1’s Miami Grand Prix Style, May 13

    The D.J. ran into Michelle Obama at the race, hopped from party to party and played a set that ended at 3 a.m.

  72. The Pain May Never Fade for Delaware State’s Players. I’ve Been There, Too. Sports, May 13

    The law enforcement stop and search of the Delaware State women’s lacrosse team bus recalls experiences our columnist had while traveling as a pro tennis player.

  73. After Tense Debate, Louisiana Scraps Plan to Classify Abortion as Homicide U.S., May 12

    The legislation had divided abortion opponents, many of whom objected to the idea of prosecuting women who end a pregnancy.

  74. Justice Dept. Tries to Shift Environmental Justice Efforts From Symbolic to Substantive U.S., May 12

    The agency has announced a series of policies intended to elevate those efforts, including the creation of an office meant to address the “harm caused by environmental crime, pollution and climate change.”

  75. Appeals Court Revives Texas Law Targeting Social Media Companies Technology, May 12

    The law, prompted by complaints from conservatives, allows people to sue large online platforms that remove posts expressing a particular viewpoint.

  76. How abortion is already animating the Senate race in Georgia. U.S., May 11

    Raphael D. Warnock is one of the most vulnerable Democrats in the coming midterm elections.

  77. Surfside Condo Collapse Victims Reach $997 Million Settlement U.S., May 11

    The settlement, which includes insurance companies, developers and other defendants, comes nearly a year after the tragedy killed 98 people.

  78. Passenger Lands Small Plane in Florida After Pilot Falls Ill U.S., May 11

    “My pilot has gone incoherent, and I have no idea how to fly the airplane,” the passenger of a Cessna told air traffic control Tuesday afternoon.

  79. Butt Lifts Are Booming. Healing Is No Joke. Interactive, May 11

    Beauty, pain, race and money play out in Miami’s post-surgical recovery houses.

  80. A judge in Florida says he will block Republicans’ new congressional map. U.S., May 11

    The final decision on the map, which would give Republicans a considerable advantage in the state, could ultimately lie with the State Supreme Court.

  81. The Most Famous Girl at the Waffle House Arts, May 11

    The singer-songwriter Ethel Cain has an elaborate vision of becoming a different kind of pop star. She’s doing it from rural Alabama.

  82. 4 Takeaways From Tuesday’s Primaries in Nebraska and West Virginia U.S., May 11

    It was a mixed night for Trump-endorsed candidates, with fresh evidence of an urban-rural divide within the G.O.P.

  83. Alex Mooney defeats David McKinley, a House colleague, in a newly drawn district. U.S., May 10

    A Trump endorsement swung a primary between two Republican congressmen in West Virginia.

  84. West Virginia Primary Election Results Interactive, May 10

    See full results and maps from the West Virginia primary elections.

  85. West Virginia First Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 10

    See full results and maps from the West Virginia primary elections.

  86. West Virginia State Senate Third District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 10

    See full results and maps from the Indiana primary elections.

  87. West Virginia Second Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 10

    See full results and maps from the West Virginia primary elections.

  88. West Virginia State Senate Eighth District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 10

    See full results and maps from the Indiana primary elections.

  89. Live Primary Results: Nebraska and West Virginia Interactive, May 10

    See results for the key races in the Nebraska and West Virginia midterm primary elections.

  90. A Pastor and His Congregation Part Ways Interactive, May 10

    Evangelical churchgoers who engage with QAnon conspiracy theories are causing stress for pastors.

  91. Police Search of Delaware State University Team Draws Outrage U.S., May 10

    The bus of the women’s lacrosse team was pulled over last month by Georgia sheriff’s deputies and searched by a drug-sniffing dog. Delaware officials called video of the search “disturbing.”

  92. The May 10 Elections Midterms West Virginia Nebraska live blog included two standalone posts:
  93. How Ben Got His Penis Magazine, May 10

    Phalloplasty — the surgery to make a penis — has grown more popular among trans men. But with a steep rate of complications, it remains a controversial procedure.

  94. Los pediatras están al frente de la crisis de salud mental en Español, May 10

    El panorama de la atención a la salud mental de los adolescentes en EE. UU. es cada vez más similar al consultorio de esta doctora en Kentucky, a donde llegan pacientes cada 15 minutos.

  95. Teens in Distress Are Swamping Pediatricians Health, May 10

    Around the country, the setting for adolescent mental health care looks ever more like this doctor’s office in Kentucky, the next patient arriving every 15 minutes.

  96. States Turn to Tax Cuts as Inflation Stays Hot U.S., May 10

    Tax reductions and rebates that are being proposed to help people cope could have the unintended effect of pushing prices higher.

  97. Young Thug, Atlanta Rap Star, Is Arrested on Gang-Related Charges U.S., May 9

    He was indicted with about two dozen others, including some accused of murder and attempted armed robbery. The county’s district attorney has vowed to crack down on street gangs.

  98. Alabama Officer Dies, and Escapee Is Caught After Crash, Officials Say U.S., May 9

    The former corrections officer, who had helped the inmate escape more than a week ago, fatally shot herself after a police pursuit in Indiana, the authorities said.

  99. A Cook Who Never Used a Cookbook Now Has Her Own Food, May 9

    Emily Meggett, the keeper of centuries-old culinary traditions in the Carolinas, has spent her life feeding others. At 89, she shares her kitchen wisdom.

  100. The May 9 Midterms Primary Elections Nebraska live blog included one standalone post:
  101. As a ‘Seismic Shift’ Fractures Evangelicals, an Arkansas Pastor Leaves Home U.S., May 9

    Kevin Thompson thought he would lead his hometown church for the rest of his life. Then came Trump and everything after.

  102. On an Endangered River, Another Toxic Disaster Is Waiting to Happen Opinion, May 9

    Waste from coal plants is threatening the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, which the biologist E.O. Wilson called “arguably the biologically richest place” in the nation.

  103. A Blood Feud in West Virginia Involves a Familiar Figure: Trump U.S., May 9

    The incumbent-on-incumbent Republican primary between Representatives Alex Mooney and David McKinley on Tuesday will again test the former president’s grip on the G.O.P.

  104. 3 Americans Die in Mysterious Circumstances at Bahamas Resort World, May 8

    It was unclear what happened but officials said they did not suspect foul play and there were no signs of trauma. Another guest was hospitalized in stable condition.

  105. If Roe Falls, Is Same-Sex Marriage Next? U.S., May 8

    The leaked draft opinion that would eliminate the constitutional right to abortion sent mixed signals about what other precedents might be at risk.

  106. A Haven for L.G.B.T.Q. Students in the Heart of Alabama U.S., May 8

    The Magic City Acceptance Academy, a public charter school, finally opened last year after several attempts. Students there have watched state legislators debate their future in real time.

  107. How Formula 1’s Car Redesign Is Changing Racing Interactive, May 7

    The most extensive aerodynamics changes in 40 years have allowed drivers to race more closely and pass more easily.

  108. Donald Trump is holding a fund-raiser at the Derby, trampling on Mitch McConnell’s turf. Sports, May 7

    The price tag is $75,000 per person. McConnell won’t be around.

  109. Florida Releases Reviews That Led to Rejection of Math Textbooks U.S., May 7

    To explain its puzzling rejection of dozens of textbooks, the state released 6,000 pages of comments, revealing an often confusing and divisive process.

  110. Teenagers’ Views of the News Opinion, May 7

    We invited high school students to write letters reacting to a recent article, and here are some of our favorites.

  111. In Alabama’s ‘19th Unnamed Cave,’ a Trove of Ancient Dark-Zone Art U.S., May 7

    Researchers using 3-D technology brought to light an array of art in an Alabama cave, including a serpent, flying creatures and humanoid figures in regalia.

  112. Formula 1 Roars Into Miami, Where Cars Are Already King U.S., May 7

    A culture of souped-up cars, luxury cars and collector cars has flourished in Miami for decades. This weekend it will all be on display.

  113. What to Watch For in the 2022 Kentucky Derby Sports, May 7

    Bob Baffert’s absence creates an opportunity for trainers who have longed to win the race.

  114. Johnnie A. Jones Sr. Dies at 102; a Civil Rights Lawyer Early On U.S., May 6

    In 1953, he represented defendants in the Baton Rouge bus boycott, a model for later activism, after returning from World War II as a wounded veteran of D-Day.

  115. A federal court clears the way for Florida’s restrictive voting law. U.S., May 6

    The appeals court said a lower court order blocking parts of the law had been issued too close to the state’s primary elections this summer.

  116. Bill Classifying Abortion as Homicide Is Advanced by Louisiana Lawmakers U.S., May 5

    The proposal threatens to prosecute women who end a pregnancy, a possible new frontier in the abortion debate as the Supreme Court appears inclined to overturn Roe v. Wade.

  117. Elon Musk’s Growing Grab Bag of Investors Opinion, May 5

    Twitter’s would-be owner brings a slew of financiers into the fold — and a wide range of views.

  118. Amber Heard Accuses ‘Belligerent’ Johnny Depp of Sexual Assault Arts, May 5

    With graphic depictions of what she described as physical attacks, she sought to counter the actor’s testimony that she had been the aggressor.

  119. Millions in Southeast Under Threat of Severe Weather U.S., May 5

    The rocky weather predicted to sweep across the region ahead of the weekend could bring damaging winds, hail and tornadoes, meteorologists said.

  120. Boeing plans to relocate its headquarters to Virginia from Chicago. Business, May 5

    The move underscores the importance of the federal government to the aerospace giant’s business.

  121. Expert Picks: Who Will Win the 2022 Kentucky Derby Sports, May 5

    Joe Drape and Melissa Hoppert assess the field for the 148th running of the Kentucky Derby.

  122. The May 5 Midterms Primary Elections live blog included one standalone post:
  123. A Man Tried to Rob a Bank From the Back of a Taxi. It Didn’t Go Well. U.S., May 5

    Angel Luis Masdeu, who was sentenced to six years in prison, was “one of the dumbest of the dumb crooks” the police in Hartsville, S.C., have encountered, the department said.

  124. Why Climate Change Makes It Harder to Fight Fire With Fire Climate, May 5

    Worsening wildfires in recent years have led officials to embrace planned fires to thin forests before disaster strikes. But the warming world is making it tougher to do safely.

  125. Beware the Feminism of Justice Alito Opinion, May 5

    Women apparently have advanced so far, they no longer need guaranteed access to abortion.

  126. The ‘Frighteningly Autocratic’ Implications of Overturning Roe v. Wade Opinion, May 5

    The abortion rights advocate Nancy Northup discusses Justice Alito’s leaked draft opinion and an America without guaranteed abortion rights.

  127. ‘A War for the Minds of Our Children’ Opinion, May 4

    In the Georgia governor’s race, Republicans have made the supposed indoctrination of children their focus.

  128. Amber Heard Testifies About a ‘Pattern’ of Violence by Johnny Depp Arts, May 4

    Ms. Heard took the stand for the first time in the defamation case filed against her by the actor, her ex-husband, who says he was damaged by an op-ed she wrote.

  129. What to Know About the Triple Crown Sports, May 4

    Horse racing’s rarest and grandest prize begins Saturday with the Kentucky Derby.

  130. The Mississippi clinic at the center of the Supreme Court case is still open. U.S., May 4

    Jackson Women’s Health has seen an increase in patients, many from states like Texas and Louisiana that have restricted access to abortions.

  131. $475,000 Homes in Massachusetts, Oklahoma and Virginia Real Estate, May 4

    A Cape Cod-style cottage in Amherst, a Prairie-style house in Oklahoma City and a 1913 home in Norfolk.

  132. $475,000 Homes in Massachusetts, Oklahoma and Virginia Slideshow, May 4

    A Cape Cod-style cottage in Amherst, a Prairie-style house in Oklahoma City and a 1913 home in Norfolk.

  133. Biden Visits Javelin Missile Factory in Alabama Video, May 3

    President Biden urged Congress to pass legislation that would invest billions of dollars toward the production of semiconductors, like those used by the plant in Alabama to build weapons for Ukraine.

  134. Frankies 457 Spuntino Plans a Nashville Outpost Food, May 3

    The restaurant group will bring its brand of Brooklyn Italian fare to a new development in East Nashville.

  135. Circle these dates on the midterm primary calendar. U.S., May 3

    Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Georgia are among the races to watch.

  136. The May 2 Roe V Wade Abortion Supreme Court live blog included one standalone post:
  137. Johnny Depp Lost $22.5 Million ‘Pirates’ Role After Op-Ed, Manager Says Arts, May 2

    Mr. Depp’s talent manager said the actor had been up to play Captain Jack Sparrow again until his ex-wife, Amber Heard, wrote an op-ed saying she was a “public figure representing domestic abuse.”

  138. Georgia Jury to Consider Whether Trump Illegally Interfered in 2020 Election U.S., May 2

    The panel will have up to a year to recommend whether the prosecutor should pursue criminal charges against the former president and his allies.

  139. In Florida, Social-Emotional Learning + Math = Rejection Opinion, May 2

    Readers discuss the Florida Department of Education’s objections to some of the topics in math textbooks. Also: The Ukraine war; mask mandates.

  140. Tennessee Halts Executions After Failing to Test Lethal Injection Drugs U.S., May 2

    Five men scheduled for execution this year were granted temporary reprieves while the state investigates why the drugs had not been tested for toxins.

  141. Will Trump Face a Legal Reckoning in Georgia? Opinion, May 2

    It may be the most serious prospect of prosecution that Trump and his associates are facing.

  142. The Party of Big Business Is Getting More Anti-Conservative by the Day Opinion, May 1

    Ron DeSantis and others are desecrating what the G.O.P. long championed.

  143. Loss of Pandemic Aid Stresses Hospitals That Treat the Uninsured U.S., May 1

    Hospitalizations from Covid-19 are receding, but safety-net providers are facing tremendous unmet needs from poor and uninsured patients who delayed seeking care during the pandemic.

  144. Arkansas Sues Family Dollar Over Persistent Rodent Infestation Business, April 30

    The company knew of the infestation at a West Memphis, Ark., distribution center but continued to distribute its products anyway, according to a suit filed by the state attorney general.

  145. Jail Officer and Murder Suspect Missing After Heading to ‘Bogus’ Appointment U.S., April 30

    A sheriff in Alabama said that the officer had helped the inmate escape, but that it was unclear if she had done so willingly.