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  1. A Texas-Size Taste of Barbecue Dining, Today

    These ribs arrive, by way of Lewis Barbecue in Charleston, S.C., ready for a few hours of cooking.

  2. Nevin Patel, a Miami Chef, Is Not Giving Up on 2020 Dining, Today

    A return to indoor dining may be far off, but he just opened a new, Caribbean-inspired restaurant and is moving ahead with plans for others.

  3. Niven Patel, a Miami Chef, Is Not Giving Up on 2020 Dining, Today

    A return to indoor dining may be far off, but he just opened a new, Caribbean-inspired restaurant and is moving ahead with plans for others.

  4. Porsha in Protest Styles, Today

    On “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Porsha Williams is a glamorous goofball. In real life, she’s become a crusader against police violence.

  5. I Have a Cure for the Dog Days of Summer Op Ed, Today

    It’s hot, Donald Trump is still president, the pandemic is still raging, and did I mention that it’s hot?

  6. After Falwell Stumbles, His Hometown Sees a Leader in Need of Redemption National, Yesterday

    Jerry Falwell Jr. has courted controversy repeatedly, but a provocative Instagram post led to him stepping aside as Liberty University’s president.

  7. 5.1 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes North Carolina Express, Yesterday

    The earthquake near the border with Virginia was the strongest in the region since 1916, the authorities said.

  8. Georgia Businessman Charged With Hoarding Face Masks and Price Gouging Express, August 7

    The man, Milton Ayimadu, allegedly hoarded 200,000 face masks and sold them for double what he paid, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

  9. Marquita Bradshaw on Her Tennessee Primary Victory: ‘I Could See the Momentum’ Politics, August 7

    Ms. Bradshaw, an environmental justice advocate, is the first Black woman to be nominated for the Senate by a major party in Tennessee. “Working people showed that my viability was different,” she said.

  10. Sharon Williams, a Nurturer on the Police Force, Dies at 54 Obits, August 7

    When Ms. Williams came across troubled young women while on the job in New Orleans, she saw them as potential “angels.” She died of Covid-19.

  11. Lost Summer: How Schools Missed a Chance to Fix Remote Learning National, August 7

    Education leaders spent months preparing to reopen classrooms. But with online learning set to continue for millions of students this fall, schools must catch up with reality.

  12. Bill Hagerty Wins Tough Tennessee Primary With Trump’s Endorsement Politics, August 6

    The fractious race to replace the outgoing Lamar Alexander signified an end to the moderate tenor that has long defined Tennessee Republicanism.

  13. ‘I Was a Little Scared’: Inside America’s Reopening Schools National, August 6

    In their first week back, students have faced altered classrooms and emergency quarantines. Here’s what they say school is like in the age of Covid-19.

  14. Tennessee Primary Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, August 6

  15. Live: Tennessee State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, August 6

    Detailed results and maps from the Tennessee primary election.

  16. Tennessee Primary Election Results: Ninth Congressional District Interactive, August 6

  17. Tennessee U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, August 6

  18. Tennessee Primary Election Results: Eighth Congressional District Interactive, August 6

  19. Tennessee Primary Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, August 6

  20. Tennessee Democratic Primary Election Results: Fifth Congressional District Interactive, August 6

  21. Tennessee Primary Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, August 6

  22. ‘The Photo Does Not Look Good’: Georgia School’s Crowded Halls Go Viral U.S., August 6

    The Paulding County schools superintendent defended the district’s reopening plans after social media criticism, and said wearing a mask is an unenforceable “personal choice.”

  23. Suspension Lifted of Georgia Student Who Posted Photos of Crowded Hall National, August 6

    “The photo does not look good,” the district’s superintendent acknowledged in a letter to parents, but said wearing masks in school could not be mandated.

  24. In Richmond, Black Dance Claims a Space Near Robert E. Lee Culture, August 6

    Black dancers, musicians and artists have invigorated what had long been considered a whites-only space.

  25. Water, Sand and Plenty of Elbow Room on 8 Wild, Protected Coastlines Travel, August 6

    From California to Cape Cod, these national seashores and lakeshores offer everything from bird-watching to boating to basking in the sun.

  26. The Unique U.S. Failure to Control the Virus National, August 6

    Slowing the coronavirus has been especially difficult for the United States because of its tradition of prioritizing individualism and missteps by the Trump administration.

  27. Virginia Announces First Virus Alert App Video, August 5

    Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia announced on Wednesday that his state would be the first to use a contact tracing app to combat the coronavirus crisis.

  28. Virginia Announces Virus Alert App Video, August 5

    Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia announced on Wednesday that his state would be the first to use a contact tracing app to combat the coronavirus crisis.

  29. Tennessee Republicans, Once Moderate and Genteel, Turn Toxic in the Trump Era Politics, August 5

    In the Senate primary race to replace Lamar Alexander, two candidates are fighting to see who can better emulate the president. It isn’t pretty.

  30. Sheriff Apologizes to Family of Inmate Who Died After Being Restrained Express, August 4

    The sheriff, Bobby F. Kimbrough Jr., said he cried after watching video of the events that led to John Neville’s death last year in a North Carolina jail.

  31. Will Superblue Be the ‘Infinity Room’ Writ Large? Culture, August 4

    Art objects are a bore. People want multisensory “experiences,” the more immersive the better. With JR, James Turrell, teamLab and more, a new business venture funded by Marc Glimcher and Laurene Powell Jobs hopes to deliver.

  32. Tropical Storm Isaias Moves Up the East Coast Video, August 4

    Isaias, now a tropical storm, made landfall as a hurricane in North Carolina and is causing widespread power outages as it cuts a path north.

  33. Isaias Reaches Canada as a Dwindling Storm National, August 4

    At least two people were killed after a tornado touched down in Bertie County, N.C., and two others in the United States were killed by falling trees.

  34. ‘Life of a Klansman’ Tells Ugly Truths About America, Past and Present Book Review, August 4

    In his latest book, Edward Ball retraces an ancestor’s involvement with the Ku Klux Klan in order to shed light on the country’s legacy of white supremacy.

  35. As the Coronavirus Comes to School, a Tough Choice: When to Close National, August 3

    As schools in the South and the Midwest reopen this week, officials must decide what steps to take as staff members and students test positive.

  36. East Coast Braces for Floods and Wind as Isaias Intensifies National, August 3

    A heavy soaking is expected in the Carolinas and Maryland, with tropical storm warnings and watches in effect all the way up the Eastern Seaboard.

  37. N.C. Governor Tells Residents to ‘Take This Storm Seriously’ Video, August 3

    Gov. Roy A. Cooper urged North Carolinians on Monday to properly prepare for Tropical Storm Isaias.

  38. Navy Investigates Video of Dogs Attacking Man in Kaepernick Jersey Express, August 3

    The Navy condemned the video, which it said was taken at an “independent organization’s event” last year. A filmmaker said it took place at a museum dedicated to the SEALs.

  39. Hurricane Makes Landfall in North Carolina National, August 3

    Isaias regained strength into a Category 1 hurricane on Monday night, bringing heavy winds and rain to the East Coast. Flash flooding and tornadoes are possible.

  40. The United States Is Reopening Many of the Wrong Schools Sunday Business, August 3

    When it is safe enough to return to school, young children would benefit the most. Yet financial pressures are pushing colleges to reopen most rapidly, an economist says.

  41. Where a Little Mortgage Goes a Long Way Business, August 2

    Affordable homes can be hard to buy because lenders don’t make much money on small loans. But programs to encourage homeownership can help buyers build wealth.

  42. Tropical Storm Isaias, Grazing Florida, Takes Aim at Carolinas National, August 2

    The Florida coast was spared severe damage on Sunday, but much of the Eastern Seaboard is threatened with flooding rains.

  43. ‘Thanks for Flying SpaceX’: NASA Astronauts Safely Splash Down After Journey From Orbit Science, August 2

    Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley returned to Earth in the first water landing by an American space crew since 1975.

  44. ‘Immigration Nation’ Review: The Banality of Deportation Culture, August 2

    This Netflix documentary looks at the bureaucracy of immigration enforcement — an intriguing investigation that probably won’t change any minds.

  45. Storm Grazes Florida and Takes Aim at the Carolinas National, August 2

    Storm watches have been extended as far north as New England. Tropical Storm Isaias is on a track to reach land on Monday, with heavy rain and the potential for damaging floods.

  46. Florida’s Summer of Dread National, August 2

    The coronavirus had entrenched itself in communities from Pensacola to Key West, killing more than 7,000 Floridians. Then came Tropical Storm Isaias.

  47. NASA Astronauts in SpaceX Capsule Make First Water Landing Since 1975 Science, August 2

    Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley splashed down on Sunday in the Gulf of Mexico in the Crew Dragon spacecraft.

  48. Talking to the Dead in the Sunshine State Op Ed, August 1

    I was searching for facts, for a lost friend, and for what couldn’t be explained.

  49. Dr. Eddie Negrón, a Physician Full of Fun, Is Dead at 69 Obits, August 1

    Friends remember his jokes and his dancing as well as his medical care. He died of the novel coronavirus.

  50. The Coronavirus Infected Hundreds at a Georgia Summer Camp Science, July 31

    The camp took precautions but did not require campers to wear masks, the C.D.C. reported. Singing and cheering may have helped spread the virus.

  51. Hurricane Isaias Rakes the Bahamas on a Track for Florida’s East Coast Express, July 31

    The National Hurricane Center issued a hurricane warning for over 150 miles of the Florida coastline, stretching from Boca Raton to the northern bound of Brevard County.

  52. Contact Tracing Is Failing in Many States. Here’s Why. Science, July 31

    Inadequate testing and protracted delays in producing results have crippled tracking and hampered efforts to contain major outbreaks.

  53. Wear Your Mask. Please. No, Not on Your Chin. National, July 31

    More than 30 states have enacted mask requirements to guard against the coronavirus. But local authorities have had a difficult time enforcing them.

  54. Full Video: Obama Delivers Eulogy for Rep. John Lewis Video, July 30

    Former President Barack Obama paid tribute to Representative John Lewis at his funeral, and called on lawmakers to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Act.

  55. Louisville May Become Latest City to Declare Racism a Public Health Crisis Express, July 30

    “We must have a new sense of urgency to make this declaration,” Mayor Greg Fischer said. The city has been the focus of protests after the police killing of Breonna Taylor.

  56. As Tropical Storm Isaias Forms in the Atlantic, Florida Eyes Its Path Express, July 30

    The storm, which is expected to pass over Hispaniola on Thursday, is the ninth named storm system of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.

  57. Tennessee State Senator Embezzled $600,000 in Federal Money, U.S. Says Express, July 29

    Katrina Robinson allegedly used the funds for personal expenses — including her wedding, honeymoon and later divorce — as well as a campaign event, according to a criminal complaint.

  58. Atlanta Mourns John Lewis and Ponders Carrying On With ‘Good Trouble’ National, July 29

    The congressman and civil rights leader preached in support of nonviolent resistance, a message that some say must live on in his absence.

  59. Val Demings Is on Biden’s V.P. List. Will Her Police Career Hurt or Help? Politics, July 29

    The former police chief in Orlando, Fla., Ms. Demings has emerged as a finalist to be Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s running mate. A review of her record shows a complicated history with episodes involving police misconduct.

  60. Val Demings Is on Biden’s List. Will Her Police Career Hurt or Help? Politics, July 29

    The former police chief in Orlando, Fla., Ms. Demings has emerged as a finalist to be Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s running mate. A review of her record shows a complicated history with episodes involving police misconduct.

  61. Val Demings Is on Biden’s V.P. List. Will Her Police Career Hurt or Help? U.S., July 29

    The former police chief in Orlando, Fla., Ms. Demings has emerged as a finalist to be Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s running mate. A review of her record shows a complicated history with episodes involving police misconduct.

  62. The New College Drop-Off Travel, July 29

    A bittersweet family tradition has become an exercise in risk assessment, logistics and trying to understand ever-changing rules.

  63. Georgia Senator Is Criticized for Ad Enlarging Jewish Opponent’s Nose Politics, July 27

    Senator David Perdue, a Republican, drew a quick rebuke from his Democratic opponent, Jon Ossoff, who said the Facebook ad employed the “least original anti-Semitic trope in history.”

  64. A Small Georgia City Plans to Put Students in Classrooms This Week National, July 27

    In-person classes without a mask requirement are scheduled to begin on Friday in Jefferson, worrying some parents, students and teachers as the state confronts the coronavirus.

  65. Trump Boasts About Progress Toward a Coronavirus Vaccine Video, July 27

    During a visit to a North Carolina biotechnology lab, President Trump urged Americans to practice social distancing, and said there had been “tremendous” progress toward developing a vaccine.

  66. Hundreds of Teenagers Sow Chaos at Memphis Mini Golf Park Express, July 27

    Around 300 to 400 teenagers gathered at the center, mostly outside, in violation of coronavirus restrictions. Employees hid in the basement, a general manager said.

  67. Darius Settles, Custom Suit-Designer to Ministers, Dies at 30 Obits, July 27

    A son and grandson of Pentecostal ministers, he was at the time the youngest person in Nashville to die of the coronavirus.

  68. For the N.B.A., a Long, Strange Road Trip to the Finals Sports, July 27

    The league has transported 22 of its 30 teams to a complex in Disney World in Florida to play out the season in a worsening pandemic. Can it succeed without the virus piercing the bubble?

  69. A Liberal Town Built Around Confederate Generals Rethinks Its Identity Politics, July 26

    In Lexington, Va., where Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson are buried, people are reassessing the town’s ties to a legacy that symbolizes slavery and oppression.

  70. My Son Got Married in a Pandemic. It Was Perfect. Op Ed, July 26

    The coronavirus turned our plans upside down, but in the end, the day was perfect.

  71. 27 States Issue Warnings About Seed Packets From China Express, July 26

    State agriculture officials are urging residents not to plant the seeds, which were mailed in pouches featuring Chinese characters.

  72. Selma Helped Define John Lewis’s Life. In Death, He Returned One Last Time. National, July 26

    The body of John Lewis crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge on Sunday, more than a half century after he helped change American history there.

  73. From Alabama to the Capitol, the Journey to Honor John Lewis National, July 25

    Family and friends gathered to remember the civil rights figure.

  74. From Alabama to the Capitol, the Journey to Honor John Lewis U.S., July 25

    Family and friends gathered to remember the civil rights figure.

  75. The Pandemic Could Make Political Conventions Less Terrible Editorial, July 25

    The president did America a favor, in more ways than one, by canceling much of this year’s Republican National Convention.

  76. Anatomy of an Election ‘Meltdown’ in Georgia Politics, July 25

    New voting machines and the pandemic exacerbated distrust of the state’s oversight of elections and voter access. What does this mean for November?

  77. True Crime Podcasts at the Intersection of Race At Home, July 25

    True crime is the lifeblood of podcasting. Here’s a list of shows that make racial justice their focus.

  78. Why Everyone’s Talking About the ‘Green Banana’ Off Florida’s Coast Express, July 25

    Scientists will soon embark on a mission to one of the deepest “blue holes” in the ocean’s floor.

  79. Thanks to Trump, Jacksonville Becomes Political Roadkill Politics, July 25

    Successfully hosting a Republican National Convention during a pandemic could have been a big moment for Florida’s biggest city. But the coronavirus got in the way.

  80. Inside Trump’s About-Face on the Republican Convention in Jacksonville Politics, July 24

    Faced with a surging pandemic, resistance from local officials in Florida and deadlines for items like hotel payments, Mr. Trump chose to cancel the convention in an effort to cast himself as putting safety first.

  81. ‘Mugged by Reality,’ Trump Finds Denial Won’t Stop the Pandemic Washington, July 24

    A president who once claimed that “the worst days of the pandemic are behind us” now acknowledges that it has surged through much of the country and will “get worse before it gets better.”

  82. Robert E. Lee High in Virginia Will Be Renamed for John Lewis, District Says Express, July 24

    Mr. Lewis, the civil rights giant who died last week, beat out a list that included Barack Obama and Cesar Chavez to have the high school, in Fairfax County, named after him.

  83. Brad Watson, 64, Dies; His Southern Upbringing Animated His Books Obits, July 24

    In his acclaimed novels and short stories, most of them set in his native Mississippi, he wrote about characters who had to transcend difficult moments.

  84. Scientist Plan to Explore Florida’s ‘Green Banana’ or Blue Hole Video, July 24

    Scientists and divers visited the Amberjack blue hole in November 2018, ahead of the Green Banana mission. This is their video looking up from inside the underwater sinkhole to the surface.

  85. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez condena la misoginia en el Congreso de Estados Unidos en Español, July 24

    Después de que un legislador republicano se refirió a la congresista con una grosería sexista, ella acudió al pleno de la Cámara para denunciar el abuso que enfrentan las mujeres en el país.

  86. A.O.C. Unleashes a Viral Condemnation of Sexism in Congress Washington, July 23

    After a Republican lawmaker referred to Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez using a sexist vulgarity, she took to the House floor to denounce the abuse faced by women in Congress and across the nation.

  87. Trump Abruptly Cancels Republican Convention in Florida: ‘It’s Not the Right Time’ Politics, July 23

    After forcing the convention to move from Charlotte to Jacksonville because he wanted a big celebration, President Trump called off the Florida portion, citing the health risks from the coronavirus.

  88. ‘Not the Right Time’ for a Convention, Trump Says Video, July 23

    President Trump announced that because of the growing number of coronavirus cases in Florida, he was canceling the Republican National Convention, which had been planned for August in Jacksonville.

  89. Epstein Mansions in New York and Palm Beach for Sale for $110 Million Metro, July 23

    Federal prosecutors said the homes were where Mr. Epstein operated a vast sex-trafficking scheme and assaulted underage girls.

  90. The W.N.B.A. Is Out to Reclaim ‘Tremendous Momentum’ in New Season Sports, July 23

    A dramatic free agency period, a new collective bargaining agreement and a leading voice on social justice have set the stage for the W.N.B.A.’s players to capture the spotlight.

  91. Tropical Storm Gonzalo Expected to Become 2020’s First Atlantic Hurricane Express, July 23

    Gonzalo is the earliest named “G” storm since the satellite era began in 1966, according to the National Hurricane Center. In the Pacific, Hurricane Douglas is advancing toward Hawaii.

  92. The Blessing and Burden of Being John Lewis Summary, July 23

    During a reporting assignment in 2013, I received a rare glimpse of both the legend and the man. Neither one disappointed.

  93. Where the Virus Is Sending People to Hospitals Interactive, July 23

    New data from nearly 50 cities shows the number of people hospitalized with coronavirus is rising in a wide expanse of hot spots around the country.

  94. U.S. Hospitalizations for the Coronavirus Near April Peak National, July 22

    The rising hospitalizations reflect the scale of serious illnesses: Nearly as many people are in hospitals now as there were when New York was at its worst.

  95. 3 Charged in ‘Massacre’ of 3 Friends During Florida Fishing Trip Express, July 22

    The killings last Friday shocked Frostproof, Fla., a city of 3,200 people about 70 miles south of Orlando.

  96. Miami Mayor Wants Florida to Mask Up, Too Politics, July 22

    Mayor Francis Suarez of Miami, a Republican, wants President Trump and Governor Ron DeSantis to enforce a masks-in-public rule.

  97. Charles Evers, Businessman and Civil Rights Leader, Dies at 97 Obits, July 22

    Galvanized by the assassination of his brother, Medgar, he helped transform Mississippi politics, running for Congress, becoming a mayor and gaining wide attention.

  98. Constance Curry, 86, Ally in Civil Rights Fight and Author, Dies Obits, July 22

    She was a bridge between Black activists and white Southerners, worked for Andrew Young and chronicled a Black Mississippi family’s struggle against racism.

  99. Within Days, Florida Family Loses Two Siblings, 20 and 22, to the Virus Express, July 22

    Byron Francis died suddenly of the coronavirus in June. Eleven days later, his sister Mychaela had died of it, too.

  100. Samantha Diaz, Florida Health Care Worker, Dies at 29 Obits, July 22

    She left behind three children — two of whom have the novel coronavirus — in the care of her parents. “Our world came crashing down,” her mother said after Ms. Diaz died of Covid-19.

  101. The Latest in School Segregation: Private Pandemic ‘Pods’ Op Ed, July 22

    If they become the norm, less privileged kids will suffer.

  102. Rise in Virus Cases Near Bases in U.S. and Abroad Poses Test for Military Washington, July 21

    American military officials are trying to contain the spread of the coronavirus in its ranks while tackling logistical problems like relieving troops overseas.

  103. When John Lewis Cosplayed at Comic-Con as His Younger Self Express, July 21

    For several years, Mr. Lewis would lead a group of children in a march across the San Diego Convention Center.

  104. A Kangaroo Got Loose in Florida. Now Its Owner May Face Charges. Express, July 21

    The kangaroo, named Jack, was corralled by the police last week after he was spotted hopping down a street in Fort Lauderdale.

  105. Andrew Gillum and the Long Shadow of the Florida Governor’s Race National, July 21

    The magnetic former Democratic nominee for Florida governor went from being a breakout political star to checking into rehab.

  106. Andrew Gillum and the Long Shadow of the Florida Governor’s Race National, July 21

    The magnetic former Democratic nominee for Florida governor went from being a breakout political star to checking into rehab.

  107. Teachers Push Back on Reopening in Florida Politics, July 21

    Educators unions sue Ron DeSantis, and Congress debates virus aid: This is your morning tip sheet.

  108. Destroying a Way of Life to Save Louisiana Interactive, July 21

    The state’s $50 billion plan to re-engineer its coastline may wash some fishing communities off the map.

  109. 3 Friends ‘Massacred’ During Florida Fishing Trip, Police Say Express, July 20

    One of the victims called his father, asking for help, officials said.

  110. Georgia Democrats Choose Nikema Williams to Fill John Lewis’s Seat in Congress Politics, July 20

    Ms. Williams, a state senator, is considered the overwhelming favorite in the general election this fall.

  111. Georgia Democrats Are Moving Fast to Fill John Lewis’s Seat in Congress U.S., July 20

    The party announced a short list of candidates on Monday morning, with a final choice to follow within hours.

  112. ‘If It’s Here, It’s Here’: America’s Retirees Confront the Virus in Florida National, July 20

    As cases spike across Florida, the virus appears to have caught up with the residents of the Villages.

  113. Death of John Lewis Fuels Movement to Rename Edmund Pettus Bridge Express, July 18

    The bridge became a flash point on March 7, 1965, as protesters, led by Mr. Lewis and other civil rights leaders, were stopped and beaten by state troopers as they marched to Alabama’s capital.

  114. Death of John Lewis Fuels Movement to Rename Edmund Pettus Bridge U.S., July 18

    The bridge became a flash point on March 7, 1965, as protesters, led by Mr. Lewis and other civil rights leaders, were stopped and beaten by state troopers as they marched to Alabama’s capital.

  115. ‘They Didn’t Just Love Him. They Knew Him.’ Young Atlanta Activists Mourn John Lewis. National, July 18

    Mr. Lewis, who died on Friday, served as a connective tissue linking the lions of the civil rights movement to a new generation of activists in the city.

  116. A More Liberal Supreme Court? Not When It Comes to Voting Rights Washington, July 18

    In four rulings in a row, the court has refused to ease voting restrictions.

  117. Republicans Keep Flunking Microbe Economics Op Ed, July 18

    Getting other people sick isn’t an “individual choice.”

  118. John Lewis, Towering Figure of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 80 Obits, July 17

    Images of his beating at Selma shocked the nation and led to swift passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. He was later called the conscience of the Congress.

  119. While Virus Surges, Georgia Governor Sues Atlanta Mayor to Block Mask Rules National, July 17

    Gov. Brian Kemp filed a lawsuit against Keisha Lance Bottoms, the mayor of Atlanta, to block the city’s mask requirement.

  120. Prosecutors Drop Felony Charges Against 87 Breonna Taylor Protesters in Kentucky Express, July 17

    The Jefferson County attorney will expunge the charge from the records of an N.F.L. player, a reality TV star and 85 others who gathered this week on the Kentucky attorney general’s lawn.

  121. How One Student Chose a College During a Pandemic Express, July 17

    Craig McFarland was accepted by all eight Ivy League schools. At first he committed to Yale, but the ongoing disruptions caused by the coronavirus caused him to change his plans.

  122. Voices From Travel’s Front Lines: ‘We Walk in Fear, We Work in Fear’ Travel, July 17

    Six travel workers from Alaska to the Maldives talk about returning to the job. They are in a new world, with restrictions and health measures, uncertainty and new procedures.

  123. Democratic Officials Tell Members of Congress to Skip the Convention Politics, July 16

    The directive ensures that little will happen at the convention in Milwaukee beyond speeches by former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., his vice-presidential nominee and a handful of other top party leaders.

  124. Supreme Court Allows Restrictions on Voting by Ex-Felons Washington, July 16

    The case concerned a Florida state law that limited the sweep of a voter initiative meant to allow former prisoners to vote.

  125. Asheville’s City Council Votes for Reparations for Black Residents Video, July 16

    Officials in Asheville, N.C., approved a measure to provide funding to programs geared toward increasing homeownership, and business and career opportunities for Black residents.

  126. Florida, Georgia and California show a rise in jobless claims. Business, July 16

  127. Reopening, Warily: Revisiting Jasmine Lombrage Podcasts, July 16

    A restaurant owner in Louisiana grappled with the decision to reopen. This is what has happened to her since.

  128. North Carolina City Approves Reparations for Black Residents Express, July 16

    The measure passed by the City Council of Asheville, N.C., would provide funding to promote homeownership and business opportunities, but stopped short of stipulating direct payments.

  129. Saying Goodbye to Totokaelo Styles, July 16

    A shopping refuge for irreverent luxury.

  130. Vacation in the Summer of Covid-19 Travel, July 16

    Traveling during a pandemic requires lots of research, precision planning and a willingness to play by new and very stringent rules. For these writers, it still felt good to get away.

  131. North Carolina City Approves Reparations for Black Residents Express, July 16

    The measure passed by the City Council of Asheville, N.C., would provide funding to promote homeownership and business opportunities, but stopped short of stipulating direct payments.

  132. My Small Alabama Town, Masked and Unmasked Op Ed, July 16

    This is a nice place to live in ordinary times. But these are not ordinary times.

  133. Protests Continue Daily in Louisville. Here’s a Look at 45 Days of Marches. Interactive, July 16

    Kentucky’s largest city has seen weeks of demonstrators demanding justice in the case of Breonna Taylor, who was killed by the police in her home there.

  134. Who Can Make Trump Miserable This Fall? Op Ed, July 15

    Goodbye, Jeff Sessions, hello … Heir Archy.

  135. Can Doug Jones Fend Off Tommy Tuberville and Trump in Alabama? Politics, July 15

    Mr. Tuberville, the Republicans’ new Senate nominee, will most likely repeat the same pro-Trump strategy he used to beat Jeff Sessions in the primary.

  136. Elecciones 2020: cómo se ha votado hasta ahora en Español, July 15

    Largas filas. Pizza en las mesas de votación. Boletas para sufragar a distancia que nunca llegaron. Así ha sido la previa de noviembre.

  137. When the President Shows You an Old Man Shouting ‘White Power’ Magazine, July 15

    There are all sorts of interesting things you might learn from the video Donald Trump retweeted. The president, it would seem, noticed none of them.

  138. 87 Face Felony Charges After Protesting Breonna Taylor’s Death Express, July 15

    The demonstrators were arrested at the home of Kentucky’s attorney general in Louisville, where they had gathered to demand charges against the officers who killed Ms. Taylor.

  139. Tuberville Advances: Will Alabama Send an Auburn Coach to the Senate? Sports, July 15

    Tommy Tuberville led Auburn to an undefeated season in 2004. Now that he’s running for a Senate seat, will Alabama fans forgive him?

  140. Teenage Suspect Charged in Fatal Shooting of 8-Year-Old Girl in Atlanta Express, July 15

    The death of Secoriea Turner has roiled Atlanta. A lawyer for the suspect said his client, who turned himself in, witnessed the shooting but did not open fire.

  141. ‘The City I Love’ and Climate Change: A Miami Story Climate, July 15

    Also this week, who cleans up when oil and gas companies fail?

  142. Sessions Falls in Alabama, and Gideon Rises in Maine Politics, July 15

    Alabama sides with Trump, and anti-G.O.P. energy builds in Maine: This is your morning tip sheet.

  143. Most Big School Districts Aren’t Ready to Reopen. Here’s Why. National, July 14

    All but two of the nation’s 10 largest districts exceed a key public health threshold, according to a New York Times analysis.

  144. Blaine Kern, Architect of Lavish Mardi Gras Floats, Dies at 93 Obits, July 14

    The work of Mr. Kern, known as “Mr. Mardi Gras,” has delighted visitors to Carnival in New Orleans for decades.

  145. What It’s Been Like to Vote in 2020 So Far Politics, July 14

    Long lines. Pizza at the polls. Absentee ballots that never showed up. And that’s just the warm-up to November.

  146. Live Alabama Senate Runoff Results: Sessions vs. Tuberville Interactive, July 14

  147. Live: Alabama State Primary Runoff Election Results 2020 Interactive, July 14

    Detailed results and maps from the Alabama primary runoff election.

  148. Live: Alabama State Primary Runoff Election Results 2020 Interactive, July 14

    Detailed results and maps from the Alabama primary runoff election.

  149. Live Primary Election Results: Races in Alabama, Maine and Texas Interactive, July 14

    Get the latest primary results from Alabama, Maine and Texas.

  150. Former V.A. Nursing Assistant Pleads Guilty in Deaths of 7 Patients Express, July 14

    Prosecutors said Reta Mays, who worked at a hospital in West Virginia, administered fatal doses of insulin to veterans.