1. Dee Dee Bridgewater Throws Herself a Memphis Soul Party Culture, Yesterday

    The singer’s latest album is a tribute to the sounds of the city where she was born and a chance to “give exposure to the things that I believe in.”

  2. In Prospect New Orleans, a Curator Guides 73 Artists Toward Higher Ground Arts & Leisure, Yesterday

    Trevor Schoonmaker turns the Big Easy into a giant gallery, with Rashid Johnson, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Mark Dion and more across 17 venues.

  3. Why Celebrities Are Rallying Behind Cyntoia Brown, a Woman Spending Life in Prison National, November 22

    Ms. Brown was 16 when she shot and killed a 43-year-old man who had hired her as a prostitute. Her supporters say she was a sex trafficking victim who deserves leniency.

  4. Trump Defends Roy Moore, Citing Candidate’s Denial of Sexual Misconduct National, November 21

    President Trump said Alabama voters should not support Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate for the Senate. Mr. Trump declined to say whether he would campaign for Mr. Moore.

  5. Atlanta Rap Keeps Evolving. Quality Control Is Taking It Global. Arts & Leisure, November 21

    The nimble record label in the world’s de facto hip-hop capital is working to build sustainable careers, not viral moments, in the streaming era.

  6. Albert Ledner, Architect With a Quirky Sense, Dies at 93 Obits, November 21

    Three porthole-filled buildings in New York and many unique homes in New Orleans testify to Mr. Ledner’s adventurousness.

  7. South Carolina Is Out of Execution Drugs. Lawmakers Hope Secrecy Will Help. Express, November 21

    Facing its first execution in more than six years, the state is considering granting drug companies anonymity in order to get the lethal drugs it needs.

  8. Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Sex Scandal Op Ed, November 21

    From Bill Clinton to Roy Moore all the way back to Thomas Jefferson.

  9. Trump Administration Ends Temporary Protection for Haitians National, November 20

    A program that let 59,000 Haitians remain in the United States after a 2010 earthquake will end in July 2019.

  10. Justice at Last for the Youngest Inmates? Editorial, November 20

    The Supreme Court has narrowed the use of life sentences without parole for juveniles. Now it can end it for good.

  11. Virginia Restricts Protests at Lee Monument in Richmond After Clashes National, November 20

    The regulations, which will stay in place for at least 18 months, limit the size of crowds at the statue and bans weapons at permitted events, the governor said.

  12. Who Is LaToya Cantrell, New Orleans’s First Female Mayor? National, November 20

    Here are a few things to know about Ms. Cantrell, in an election season in which women and minorities have won groundbreaking races across the country.

  13. Every Other Terrible Thing About Roy Moore Op Ed, November 20

    Well, not everything, but his ideas are no better than his behavior.

  14. In Race Against Roy Moore, Democratic Candidate Is Mostly on His Own National, November 19

    Alabama Democrats see a rare chance of victory in the Senate special election. But the party is too diminished to give its candidate, Doug Jones, much help.

  15. Quandary for Alabama Pastors: What to Say About Roy Moore National, November 19

    Appalled by the allegations against the Senate candidate, but hesitant to alienate churchgoers who support him, many ministers steered clear of the race in Sunday sermons.

  16. Celebrating a 25-Year-Old Clinton Win, but Still Stung by a Trump Defeat Washington, November 19

    At an event in Little Rock, it was clear that Bill and Hillary Clinton, and many of their supporters, have not gotten over her loss to President Trump.

  17. Questioning Evolution: The Push to Change Science Class National, November 19

    Legislation and lawsuits that reject scientific consensus on issues like evolution and climate change are changing the way science is taught in some schools.

  18. Raising Doubts about Evolution… in Science Class Video, November 19

    A growing skepticism of science has seeped into the classroom, and it’s revived attacks on one of the most established principles of biology – evolution.

  19. For Roy Moore, a Long History of Combat and Controversy National, November 18

    The current furor surrounding the Senate candidate has played out like a concentrated version of his battle-filled career.

  20. When the Right Pushes Fake Jews Op Ed, November 18

    “Bernie Bernstein” makes a robocall in deep-red Alabama.

  21. A Great Migration From Puerto Rico Is Set to Transform Orlando National, November 17

    Tens of thousands of new arrivals fleeing damage from Hurricane Maria have arrived. Many expect to stay — and they could reshape Florida and its politics.

  22. Virginia Makes Every Voter Count Editorial, November 17

    Its governor restored the voting rights of thousands of disenfranchised felons, something all states should do.

  23. As Woman After Woman Accuses Roy Moore of Misconduct, One Leads His Defense National, November 17

    Kayla Moore, the wife of the embattled Senate candidate, offered a spirited defense of him on Friday: “He will not step down.”

  24. Alabama Thought It Had Seen Enough Scandal. Then Came Roy Moore. National, November 17

    The allegations against the Senate candidate represent just the latest political scandal in a state that has known plenty of them.

  25. Days of Greed and Desperation Op Ed, November 17

    Looming defeat has set the GOP free to be the terrible party it always wanted to be.

  26. In Sex Crimes and Other Cases, Roy Moore Often Sided With Defendants National, November 17

    Roy Moore, while generally a deeply conservative judge, voted more often than most of his colleagues in favor of convicted criminals, including in sex abuse cases.

  27. Louisiana Man Freed After 45 Years as Conviction is Tossed Out National, November 17

    Wilbert Jones spent nearly half a century behind bars. He left prison on Wednesday after a judge vacated his rape conviction because of withheld evidence.

  28. Alabama G.O.P. Says It Stands Behind Roy Moore National, November 16

    Despite allegations of sexual misconduct against Roy S. Moore, the Alabama Republican Party intends to stick by its nominee for a United States Senate seat.

  29. Venus Williams Had $400,000 in Goods Stolen From Home During U.S. Open Sports, November 16

    While Ms. Williams was playing in the United States Open in New York, thieves broke into her home in Palm Beach Gardens and stole the goods, the police said.

  30. After ‘Vandalism Got Vandalized,’ a Banksy Is Brought Back to Life Culture, November 16

    On Saturday, a formerly graffiti-covered work by Banksy is to be unveiled, coinciding with the opening day of the art show Prospect New Orleans.

  31. Roy Moore Is Mired in a Sexual Misconduct Scandal. Here’s How It Happened. National, November 16

    Initially, Mr. Moore seemed like he might be able to easily win a Senate seat in Alabama. But allegations of sexual misconduct have changed the scope of the race.

  32. Middle-Class Families Confront Soaring Health Insurance Costs Washington, November 16

    In Virginia, premiums on policies sold under the Affordable Care Act are pushing health coverage out of reach, and customers see political forces at work.

  33. A Photo of Billy the Kid Bought for $10 at a Flea Market May Be Worth Millions National, November 16

    Experts say it’s a rare, valuable tintype of the famous outlaw, with Pat Garrett, the man who later killed him.

  34. 4 More Women Accuse Roy Moore of Misconduct National, November 15

    Accusations of groping and unwanted overtures surfaced as Mr. Moore’s campaign tried to cast doubt on the credibility of one of his accusers.

  35. Moore, Trump and the Right’s New Religion Op Ed, November 16

    I no longer see Christ in American conservatism.

  36. Tampa Police Say Videos Show Same Man Near Unsolved Killings National, November 15

    A man wearing a jacket and walking with a distinctive stride was seen near a the scene of a homicide in Seminole Heights on Oct. 9 and another one on Tuesday. Detectives think he may be responsible for four recent killings.

  37. Derek Jeter Discusses His New Job and (Sort of) Giancarlo Stanton Sports, November 15

    Attending his first owners’ meetings as a stakeholder and the chief executive of the Marlins, Jeter carefully addressed Stanton’s future with the team.

  38. Roy Moore’s Campaign Pushes Back at Accuser U.S., November 15

    At a news conference, a lawyer for Mr. Moore’s campaign suggested that one of his accusers had lied in her statement against him.

  39. Georgia Students Subjected to Intrusive Searches Will Share $3 Million National, November 15

    The authorities subjected 850 high school students to “unreasonable, aggressive and invasive” searches, a lawsuit alleged. They were looking for drugs, but found none.

  40. Roy Moore and the Sorry State of Evangelical Politics Op Ed, November 15

    I’m a conservative Christian and a Republican. I’m ashamed of Roy Moore.

  41. An Artist Turns Her Lens on a New Art City: Miami Weekend, November 15

    With a major retrospective at the Pérez museum, the Miami filmmaker Dara Friedman talks about her art, her career — and her city as a cultural capital.

  42. Could a Democrat Actually Win the Alabama Senate Race? Upshot, November 15

    The Roy Moore race tests the limits of what might be the most Republican state in the country.

  43. $1.5 Million Homes in Rhode Island, California and Georgia Real Estate, November 15

    An 18th-century farmhouse outside Newport, a houseboat in Sausalito and a modern home in Atlanta.

  44. What You Get for $1.5 Million Slideshow, November 15

    An 18th-century farmhouse outside Newport, a houseboat in Sausalito and a modern home in Atlanta.

  45. Assisting the Poor to Make Bail Helps Everyone Op Ed, November 15

    In the Bronx, a fund keeps poor people charged with small offenses out of the city’s most notorious jail by helping them make bail.

  46. 5 Destinations for the Thanksgiving Traveler Travel, November 15

    For many Americans, Thanksgiving travel generally means visiting family and perhaps some shopping. But if you have time for something a little different this year, there are worthwhile events happening across the country, in big cities and spots m...

  47. Danica Roem Is Really, Really Boring Op Ed, November 14

    That’s the beauty and brilliance of this transgender trailblazer.

  48. Meet Roy Moore’s Defenders Video, November 14

    Roy S. Moore, the Senate candidate from Alabama, and his supporters are trying to discredit and diminish the mounting sexual misconduct allegations against him.

  49. Tampa Police Renew Search for Possible Serial Killer After Fourth Shooting Express, November 14

    A man was killed in the Seminole Heights neighborhood, a crime thought to be linked to three other shootings last month. “This has got to stop,” the mayor said.

  50. An Alabama Senate Candidate Keeps Democratic Leaders Away — but Not Their Money Washington, November 14

    Doug Jones has portrayed his race for the Senate as an Alabama effort, apart from the national Democratic Party, but he is reaping the fruit of an energized party.

  51. Roy Moore, Long Divisive in His Hometown, and Even More So Now National, November 14

    Amid long-whispered rumors and allegations of sexual impropriety, an Alabama county seeks to make sense of its most famous resident.

  52. Why Companies Like Toys ‘R’ Us Love to Go Bust in Richmond, Va. Business, November 14

    The federal bankruptcy court in Virginia’s capital moves quickly, has expert judges and legal precedents that are favorable to companies, and a reputation for approving huge fees for lawyers.

  53. What Can Republicans Do About Roy Moore? Here Are Their Options. National, November 14

    Ballots have been printed, and absentee voting has begun in Alabama, leaving Republicans with few options to stop Mr. Moore’s campaign for the Senate.

  54. Roy Moore: A Fifth Accusation and a Push to Quit Video, November 13

    Roy S. Moore, the Republican Senate candidate in Alabama, was accused of sexual misconduct by a fifth woman. Republicans in the Senate have called for him to drop out of the campaign.

  55. Text of Beverly Young Nelson’s Accusation Against Roy Moore Washington, November 13

    Read the text of a statement by Beverly Young Nelson, accusing the Republican Senate candidate in Alabama of a sexual assault when she was a teenager.

  56. Roy Moore Is Accused of Sexual Misconduct by a Fifth Woman Washington, November 13

    The new accusations came hours after Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, declared that he believes the accusers and urged Mr. Moore, a Senate candidate, to step aside.

  57. How the ‘Resistance’ Helped Democrats Dominate Virginia Magazine, November 13

    For campaign managers like Kathryn Sorenson, much of their job was simply channeling the enormous wave of energy that came their way.

  58. Despite Recent Wins for Democrats, Gerrymanders Dim Hopes for 2018 National, November 12

    Partisan redistricting and increasingly restrictive voting laws will make next year’s midterm elections uphill battles for Democrats.

  59. How Victory Could Trick Democrats Op Ed, November 13

    The more that I dug into last week’s election results, the less impressive I thought they were for the Democrats.

  60. Trump Officials Urge Caution on Judging Roy Moore as Senators Pull Support Washington, November 12

    Officials said that Mr. Moore, the Alabama Senate candidate accused of pursuing romantic relationships with teenagers, should be allowed to defend himself against the allegations.

  61. Yes, the G.O.P. Can Block Roy Moore Op Ed, November 12

    The Republicans aren’t powerless to prevent Alabama from sending him to the Senate.

  62. Democrats, Don’t Be Fooled by Victory Op Ed, November 12

    The wins were mostly in blue America.

  63. A Rightward Tilt and Big Ratings at Fox News Business, November 12

    The network’s prime time hosts, who gave Roy Moore the benefit of the doubt over sexual misconduct allegations, have been drawing viewers after a slump.

  64. Silence Lifts in Statehouses as Harassment Scandals Bring Swift Penalties National, November 12

    The cascade of allegations has prompted broad disavowals and public calls for resignations in male-dominated legislatures.

  65. Roy Moore, Alabama Senate Candidate Under Siege, Tries to Discredit Accusers National, November 11

    Mr. Moore criticized the women who accused him of misconduct, and in a blow to Republican leaders, the governor refused to delay the election.

  66. Can Donald Trump Save Roy Moore After All? Op Ed, November 11

    Will a sex scandal cause Alabama to break with its long tradition of electing embarrassing showmen?

  67. Republicans Try to Block Moore’s Path as Candidate Denies Sexual Misconduct Washington, November 10

    Republican leaders are searching for a way to block Roy Moore’s path to the Senate, but the jurist remains defiant over charges that he made advances on teens.

  68. Marine Drill Instructor Gets 10 Years for Tormenting Recruits Express, November 10

    Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Felix was convicted of abusing more than a dozen trainees, including taunting three Muslims as “terrorists” or “ISIS.”

  69. Yard Rage: The Rand Paul Assault Op Ed, November 10

    What could it have been about? Oh, any number of things, a highly scientific analysis of feuding neighbors through history suggests.

  70. For Alabama Women, Disgust, Fatigue and a Sense Moore Could Win Anyway National, November 10

    In an upper-middle-class suburb of Birmingham, few women were fans of Roy Moore, but many said he had a good chance of being Alabama’s next senator.

  71. Sex, Senators and — Oh Gosh, Mitt Op Ed, November 10

    Romney has been a veritable profile in courage by Republican standards.

  72. Jesus’ Parents and Roy Moore’s Gall Op Ed, November 10

    How selectively and hypocritically some Christians deploy the Bible.

  73. God Should Sue Roy Moore Op Ed, November 10

    How can some Christians cite the Bible to defend child molestation?

  74. Alabama Republicans Defend Roy Moore: ‘It Was 40 Years Ago’ Express, November 10

    State party officials staunchly defended the Senate nominee after a report that he had made advances toward four teenage girls when he was in his 30s.

  75. The ‘If True’ Cowardice Op Ed, November 10

    Roy Moore — and John McCain’s moral clarity

  76. No Room for America Left in Those Jeans Styles, November 10

    The last major American selvage denim manufacturer is closing. The American jobs are gone, but Japan has got you covered.

  77. Revenge of the Obama Coalition Op Ed, November 10

    The resistance is transforming local politics. But it probably won’t stop there.

  78. Sex Allegations Against Roy Moore Send Republicans Reeling National, November 9

    Mr. Moore, the Republican nominee for the Senate seat in Alabama, was accused of making advances toward teenage girls.

  79. The Existing Democratic Majority Op Ed, November 9

    What Virginia tells us about our political future.

  80. From Brussels to Arkansas, a Tough Week for Monsanto Business, November 9

    French and Italian opposition torpedoed an E.U. vote to reauthorize the world’s most popular herbicide, while Little Rock moved to restrict an alternative.

  81. After Night of Drinking, F.B.I. Supervisor Wakes to Find a Woman Stole His Gun Washington, November 9

    The supervisor is the subject of an internal investigation. The police report about the incident indicates that a woman stole a $6,000 Rolex and cash from his hotel room.

  82. Resistance, for the Win! Op Ed, November 9

    Objecting to identity politics is just a guise for objecting to the politics of people who are not white.

  83. Message to Mr. Trump: We’re Better Than That Editorial, November 8

    As he bitterly appeals only to the few Americans not repelled by his behavior, Democrats won with the politics of inclusiveness.

  84. Listen to ‘The Daily’: Steve Bannon on Virginia’s Elections Podcasts, November 9

    We talk with President Trump’s former chief strategist, and look at why a mass shooting could make Texas friendlier to guns.

  85. A Year After Trump, Women and Minorities Give Groundbreaking Wins to Democrats Washington, November 8

    Democrats’ broad-based election wins on Tuesday reflected the strength of the party’s diverse voters and the power of their anger over President Trump.

  86. Video Shows Georgia Teacher Threatening Student: That’s How ‘You Get Shot’ National, November 8

    The student’s mother said she didn’t want her son to feel targeted “simply because he’s an African-American male.” The teacher was put on paid leave.

  87. Diverse Candidates Make History in Local Elections Video, November 8

    A transgender lawmaker in Virginia, a Sikh mayor in New Jersey and a refugee mayor in Montana were among Democrats’ victories in state and local elections. Was this a one-off rebuke of President Trump or a sign of what’s to come in next year’s mid...

  88. Suburbs Rebel Against Trump, Threatening Republicans in Congress Washington, November 8

    Suburban areas appear to be in open revolt against President Trump, with a coalition of educated whites and minorities shunning Republican candidates.

  89. Democrats Cheer, but They May Have to Do Better in ’18 Upshot, November 8

    The Democrats’ huge gains in Virginia’s House of Delegates don’t reflect gains with working-class voters they might need to flip the House.

  90. Key Takeaways From Tuesday’s Elections Washington, November 8

    A suburban rebellion against President Trump propelled Democrats to victory in races for governor, state legislature and mayor, in a series of elections.

  91. Virginia’s Election and Trump’s Whupping Op Ed, November 8

    It wasn’t just in one state. Across the country, the normal rules do apply to him.

  92. With Virginia, Voters Give Democrats First Big Wins of the Trump Era National, November 7

    The Democratic Party’s crowning success of the night came in Virginia, where Ralph S. Northam, an understated physician and Army veteran, won a commanding victory for governor.

  93. Chris Hurst, Whose Girlfriend Was Fatally Shot on Air, Defeats N.R.A.-Backed Opponent Express, November 8

    Mr. Hurst, a Democrat, was elected to the State Legislature in Virginia. He said he hoped his victory showed that “anyone can turn tragedy into triumph.”

  94. Trumpism Without Trump: A Losing Formula in Swing-State Virginia Washington, November 7

    Ed Gillespie, the Republican candidate for governor in Virginia, ran into the clear limits of trying to run as President Trump had in a swing state.

  95. 4 Maps Show How Democrats Won the Virginia Governor Race Interactive, November 8

    Ralph S. Northam earned huge margins in metropolitan Virginia and the populous Washington suburbs.

  96. Who Is Ralph Northam, Winner of Virginia’s Governor’s Race? National, November 7

    Mr. Northam, Virginia’s lieutenant governor, defeated his Republican opponent, Ed Gillespie, according to The Associated Press, on Tuesday to keep the state’s governorship in Democratic hands.

  97. The G.O.P. Should Be Scared by Virginia Op Ed, November 7

    In winning the governor’s race, Democrats served notice of what a liability Donald Trump can be.

  98. Virginia Rejects Your Hateful Politics, Mr. Trump Editorial, November 7

    Turns out the center can hold, after all.

  99. Elections Roundup: Incumbents Fare Well in Boston, Detroit and Flint National, November 7

    Voters went to the polls on Tuesday from Maine to Seattle. They picked mayors and prosecutors and decided ballot measures on matters like drug price limits.

  100. For Wounded Vets’ Children, a Special Summer Week Op Ed, November 8

    Each year, Camp Corral offers children of wounded veterans a trip to sleepaway camp to let go of the stress of growing up too fast.

  101. Danica Roem Wins Virginia Race, Breaking a Barrier for Transgender People National, November 7

    Ms. Roem campaigned on everyday issues like reducing traffic, but in defeating a 13-term incumbent for a seat in the Virginia legislature, she made history.

  102. Lab Chimps Are Moving to Sanctuaries — Slowly Science, November 7

    Medical experimentation on chimpanzees has ended, but moving all of them into retirement will be a difficult task.

  103. What to Watch on Election Day Op Ed, November 7

    A national barometer, a Medicaid expansion, a drug-price referendum and a constitutional convention.

  104. They’re Rich but Trying to Reach Beyond the Money Bubble Special Sections, November 7

    As economic inequality continues to expand, some wealthy people are reaching beyond their gated communities to connect with less fortunate neighbors.

  105. Trump, Gillespie and the Same Old Party Op Ed, November 6

    Trumpism has taken over the G.O.P. because the party was mostly there already.

  106. Is Landscaping Drama at the Root of Rand Paul’s Assault? Washington, November 6

    Police charged the neighbor, Rene Boucher, 59, with assault after he admitted to tackling Mr. Paul while the senator was mowing his lawn.

  107. Justices Allow Execution of Inmate Who Cannot Recall His Crime Washington, November 6

    The Supreme Court said cases barring execution of mentally ill inmates do not apply to sane ones who cannot recall what they did.

  108. Avoiding Trump, but Adopting His Divisive Playbook: Will It Work in Virginia? Washington, November 5

    A racially tinged campaign by the Republican nominee for governor, Ed Gillespie, has tightened the race and, perhaps, presented a template for how to run in the Trump era.

  109. Rand Paul Had 5 Ribs Broken in Attack, Contrary to Initial Reports Washington, November 5

    One of the Kentucky senator’s neighbors tackled him in his yard, according to a criminal complaint. It is unclear when Mr. Paul will return to work.

  110. Upshot/Siena Poll Gives Democrat Narrow Lead in Virginia Governor’s Race Upshot, November 5

    The race has divided voters along demographic lines highly reminiscent of last November’s election.

  111. Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: Miami During the Cocaine Boom Culture, November 5

    Roben Farzad’s “Hotel Scarface” recounts the wild years at the Mutiny, a hotel and club in Miami where celebrities, criminals and police all spent time during a drug-fueled era.

  112. Senator Rand Paul Assaulted at His Home in Kentucky, Police Say Express, November 4

    The senator suffered a minor injury in the attack, which happened on Friday afternoon, officials said. A man described as an acquaintance of Mr. Paul’s was charged.

  113. An Embattled North Carolina Seeks to Outrun a Law’s Bitter Legacy National, November 4

    Seven months after North Carolina repealed H.B. 2, which restricted restroom access for transgender people, the state is still grappling with the law’s fallout.

  114. Gun Death Rate Rose Again in 2016, C.D.C. Says Express, November 4

    The rate of gun deaths in the United States rose to about 12 per 100,000 people, the second consecutive increase after a period of relative stability.

  115. In Atlanta, a Thorny Question: Should the Next Mayor Be Black? National, November 3

    Voters in the “Black Mecca” are asking themselves how important it is to maintain a streak of black mayors dating to 1974.

  116. A Weekend of Fear, Hate and Faith in Tennessee National, November 2

    A white supremacist gathering last weekend became a test of resolve for a mosque catering to refugees and a church still reeling from a fatal shooting.

  117. The Trumpification of Ed Gillespie Op Ed, November 2

    The smoldering governor’s race in Virginia reveals the depth of the president’s power to shape the Republican Party of 2017.

  118. October’s Most Popular Listings Real Estate, November 2

    The most popular properties on The New York Times’s “Find a Home” real estate listings site.

  119. In Obscure Virginia Races, a Test of Anger at the President National, November 2

    Down-ballot races for the House of Delegates measure partisan engagement. They may also offer a preview of national congressional voting in 2018.

  120. A Storytelling Revival in Mississippi , November 2

    To honor the bicentennial of Mississippi’s statehood, residents throughout the state are telling the stories of their own communities with photographs using the 21st century technology of smartphones.

  121. James Martin, Who Spurred G.O.P. Gains in the South, Dies at 99 Obits, October 31

    His close Senate race in 1962 and election to Congress in 1964 portended a Republican sweep in what had long been a Democratic bastion.

  122. As Open Enrollment for Obamacare Begins, Confusion Reigns Washington, October 31

    The Affordable Care Act’s fifth open enrollment season starts Wednesday, but after months of attacks in Washington, many consumers are confused about the law.

  123. Mark Warner: Tech Millionaire Who Became Tech’s Critic in Congress Business, October 29

    The Democratic senator from Virginia is emblematic of the shifting politics for big technology companies, which face congressional hearings this week.

  124. How a 672,000-Gallon Oil Spill Was Nearly Invisible Express, October 29

    When a pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico cracked recently, most of the oil wasn’t perceptible. The depth was one reason, but environmental forces were another.

  125. In Virginia Governor’s Race, Immigrants’ Turnout May Be Key Washington, October 28

    Growing numbers of South Asians, Latinos and Arabs are a major reason for Virginia’s steady march toward the Democratic Party. The question is whether they will vote.

  126. A Roadshow of Hate: Supremacist Rallies Fueled by Travelers From Afar National, October 28

    At two demonstrations in Tennessee on Saturday, as at many white nationalist events, local police faced unfamiliar crowds coming mostly from out of town.

  127. How to Experience Fats Domino’s New Orleans Travel, October 27

    Stop by his former home in the Lower Ninth Ward, see a show at Tipitina’s, spend a few minutes at the corner of Rampart and Canal.

  128. ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Returns to Mississippi School’s Reading List After Outcry National, October 27

    Biloxi Public Schools said the book may be read with a parent’s permission. It had been cut from a curriculum over complaints about its racial slurs.

  129. Jon Batiste: Fats Domino and the Rock ’n’ Roll I Didn’t Know Op Ed, October 27

    His rollicking piano style was the bridge to a new genre.

  130. In Tampa’s Seminole Heights, 3 Unlinked Victims of a Mysterious Killer National, October 27

    The city has been rattled by the unsolved shootings this month, which the police said may be the work of a serial killer. Victims’ families are mourning the “senseless” killings.

  131. Your Week in Culture: Steve Reich, Grizzly Bear and the Bass’s Reopening in Miami Arts & Leisure, October 27

    Also the week of Oct. 29: Eiko Otake dancing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; and a televised sequel to Helen Macdonald’s memoir “H Is for Hawk.”

  132. Florida Sheriff Posts Graphic Overdose Video to Combat Opioid Crisis National, October 26

    The Facebook video, of a couple passed out in a vehicle with a sleeping infant, was shared in what was described as an effort to shed light on opioid addiction.

  133. New Orleans Marks Fats Domino’s Death in Its Usual Style: With a Party Culture, October 26

    Musicians and fans in the city where he lived and worked were saddened by Fats Domino’s death, but determined to celebrate.

  134. As Other Republican Senators Bolt, Lindsey Graham Cozies Up to Trump Washington, October 26

    Senator Lindsey Graham, once the target of President Trump’s barbs, is suddenly his cheerleader, even as other like-minded Republicans recoil from Mr. Trump.

  135. Fats Domino Songs: Listen to 12 Essential Tracks Culture, October 25

    His easygoing image concealed the boldness and subtlety of his music — Domino was an innovator who didn’t flaunt it. A dozen songs from his prime years prove it.