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  1. Judge Rejects Government’s Request to Halt Emoluments Suit Against Trump U.S., Yesterday

    The Justice Department criticized the ruling, which allows evidence gathering to begin on Friday. An appeal is likely.

  2. What Will Democrats Look for in Debates? Someone They Can Imagine Onstage With Trump U.S., Yesterday

    Four years after Donald J. Trump blew up the expectations for how a candidate is expected to behave in a debate, he will loom over the 20 Democrats who take the stage in Miami this week.

  3. How Trump Changed Presidential Debates Video, Yesterday

    One of the hallmarks of President Trump’s 2016 campaign was his norm-breaking debate style. These were the techniques he used.

  4. She Turned Over Her Husband’s Guns After His Arrest. The Police Charged Her. U.S., Yesterday

    A Florida woman took two guns from her estranged husband’s apartment after he was arrested on a domestic violence charge. The police said that her actions were “armed burglary.”

  5. Is Cory Booker Too Nice? (And Is That Bad?) U.S., Yesterday

    The New Jersey senator is a gifted orator with a glittering résumé, but he often pulls back from political infighting. The debates offer him a chance to break out.

  6. Miami, Drowning and Scorching, Awaits Democrats for Debate U.S., June 24

    Activists wanted a Democratic debate focused entirely on climate change. They aren’t getting one, but in Miami this week, the issue will be inescapable.

  7. Self-Inflicted Medical Misery Opinion, June 24

    Red America’s homemade rural health crisis.

  8. ‘I’m Republican. I Never Thought I’d Fight for Medicaid.’ Opinion, June 24

    Medicaid expansion could benefit 4.5 million Americans. North Carolina is taking on the fight, as health care for 500,000 hangs in the balance.

  9. Dave Bartholomew, Mainstay of New Orleans R&B, Dies at 100 Obituaries, June 23

    Mr. Bartholomew, a producer, arranger, composer, trumpet player and bandleader, was best known for his long collaboration with Fats Domino.

  10. Biden, in Interview With Sharpton, Tries to Defuse Criticism of Remarks on Segregationists U.S., June 22

    Mr. Biden said his words about Southern segregationists who served with him in the Senate were misunderstood and stopped just short of an apology.

  11. Biden, in Interview with Sharpton, Tries to Defuse Criticism of Remarks on Segregationists U.S., June 22

    Mr. Biden said his words about Southern segregationists who served with him in the Senate were misunderstood and stopped just short of an apology.

  12. When Pollution Is a Matter of Life and Death Opinion, June 22

    The E.P.A. found that a small town in Louisiana was overloaded with carcinogens. Why didn’t that mean the government had to act?

  13. ‘The Black Vote Is Not Monolithic’: 2020 Democrats Find Split Preferences in South Carolina U.S., June 22

    Though many African-Americans in South Carolina have favored Joseph R. Biden Jr. they are taking a hard look at several other candidates and considering all issues, not just race.

  14. Hoping to Woo Black Voters, Democratic Candidates Gather at James Clyburn’s Fish Fry U.S., June 21

    The annual event is the first major party gathering in South Carolina and the first chance for presidential hopefuls to test their appeal to a majority black electorate.

  15. A Blow Against Racism in Jury Selection Opinion, June 21

    The Supreme Court took a Mississippi prosecutor to task for repeatedly excluding black jurors from a murder trial.

  16. The Land Where the Internet Ends Opinion, June 21

    To find real solitude, you have to go out of range. But every year that’s harder to do, as America’s off-the-grid places disappear.

  17. When ISIS Killed Cyclists on Their Journey Around the World The Weekly, June 21

    Watch our new TV show from The New York Times on FX and Hulu

  18. Rays to Explore Making Montreal a Part-Time Home Sports, June 20

    The team received approval to look into an unusual proposal: playing half its home games in the Tampa Bay area and half in Montreal.

  19. Roy Moore Expected to Mount New Senate Run in Alabama U.S., June 20

    The former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court may want a rematch with Doug Jones, who defeated him in a special election in 2017. Many Republicans are hostile to the idea.

  20. Roy Moore to Run for Alabama Senate Seat Again U.S., June 20

    The former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court wants a rematch with Doug Jones, who defeated him in a special election in 2017. Many Republicans are hostile to his plans.

  21. Democrats Can Win Florida in 2020 Opinion, June 20

    But they have to work a lot harder and they have to do it now.

  22. The Supreme Court Is Showing an Instinct for Self-Preservation, at Least Until Next Year’s Election Opinion, June 20

    The court has passed on contentious cases about abortion and the rights of same-sex couples. Will it now drop the census case?

  23. The Supreme Court Is Showing an Instinct for Self-Preservation, at Least Until Next Year’s Election Opinion, June 20

    The court has passed on contentious cases about abortion and the rights of same-sex couples. Will it now drop the census case?

  24. Want a House Like This? Prepare for a Bidding War With Investors Interactive, June 20

    As investors increasingly buy up starter homes, they are reshaping the real estate market around the country, and driving up prices for everyone else.

  25. Judge Judy Is Still Judging You Magazine, June 20

    For more than 20 years, Judith Sheindlin has dominated daytime ratings — by making justice in a complicated world look easy.

  26. Louisiana Man Killed 3 ‘Random Victims’ in Two Days, Authorities Say U.S., June 19

    The man, Sean Barrette, 22, faces murder charges after three men were shot and killed in vehicles in Metairie, outside of New Orleans. He’s also a suspect in a killing in the city.

  27. South Carolina Will Host 21 Presidential Candidates, and C-Span Can’t Do Live Coverage Business, June 19

    After the state Democratic Party cut an unusual deal granting MSNBC live broadcasting rights, the public affairs network and Fox News lodged complaints.

  28. Hit by Ransomware Attack, Florida City Agrees to Pay Hackers $600,000 U.S., June 19

    Riviera Beach, Fla., authorized its insurer to pay a Bitcoin ransom to hackers who have paralyzed the city’s computer systems for three weeks.

  29. Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School Health, June 19

    Juul is giving Meharry Medical College, a historically black institution, money for a research center that will study, among other things, Juul.

  30. The Trump Show, Season 2, Begins Opinion, June 19

    To hear the president tell it, the battle for the apocalypse has been joined.

  31. Trump 2016 Returns, This Time as Nostalgia Act Arts, June 19

    In his re-election kickoff rally, the reality-show president tries a different (but similar) genre: the TV reboot.

  32. Reparations Are Rare in America, but They Have Been Paid Before U.S., June 19

    With a renewed focus on reparations for slavery, what lessons can be drawn from payments to victims of other historical injustices in America?

  33. Reparations Are Rare in America, but They Have Been Paid Before U.S., June 19

    With a renewed focus on reparations for slavery, what lessons can be drawn from payments to victims of other historical injustices in America?

  34. In Tennessee, Blackberry Farm Takes Over a Mountain Travel, June 19

    Can you call it a wellness retreat if you’re drinking and not hiking? Blackberry Mountain says yes. (Just maybe put down your phone.)

  35. Camp Getaways for the Whole Family Travel, June 19

    Why should your children have all of the fun?

  36. College Essays Should Be Personal. For School-Shooting Survivors, the Question Is How Personal. U.S., June 19

    A generation of American students has become tragically familiar with mass shootings. Many of them describe the life-changing experiences in their college applications.

  37. Trump Is Betting That Anger Can Still Be Power Opinion, June 19

    Trump 2020 may sound a lot like Trump 2016, but this time around the fusion of president and party is complete.

  38. 2016 All Over Again U.S., June 18

    What many of those in Orlando really wanted to do was relive their historic victory.

  39. President Trump Attacks Familiar Foes at Orlando Rally Video, June 18

    President Trump began his re-election rally by hammering his rivals and heralding his perceived successes.

  40. Fact-Checking Trump’s Orlando Rally: Russia, the Wall and Tax Cuts U.S., June 18

    President Trump delivered remarks in Florida in a formal start to his re-election effort.

  41. Trump Orlando Rally: 2020 Re-election Bid Kicks Off U.S., June 18

    For a man who wants to be seen as an outsider despite occupying the Oval Office, the rally on Tuesday night presented an opportunity to, at least for one night, turn the clock back to 2015.

  42. Trump, at Rally in Florida, Kicks Off His 2020 Re-election Bid U.S., June 18

    For a man who wants to be seen as an outsider despite occupying the Oval Office, the rally on Tuesday night presented an opportunity to, at least for one night, turn the clock back to 2015.

  43. ‘Grand Hotel’ Is Part of Eva Longoria’s Mission to ‘Produce With Purpose’ Arts, June 18

    She talks about her new soapy ABC drama, playing Dora the Explorer’s mother and her activism, onscreen and off.

  44. Cities Start to Question an American Ideal: A House With a Yard on Every Lot Interactive, June 18

    Rising concerns about housing affordability, racial inequality and climate change are causing cities nationwide to re-examine their attachment to the detached house.

  45. Harvard’s False Path to Wisdom Opinion, June 17

    Sometimes sin is an opportunity for redemption.

  46. Nicholas Sparks Apologizes for Anti-Gay Comments in 2013 Emails Books, June 17

    Mr. Sparks apologized for comments he made in emails released as part of a lawsuit that claims he spread a rumor an ex-employee had Alzheimer’s.

  47. Shark Attack in North Carolina, 3rd This Month, Injures 8-Year-Old U.S., June 17

    Only three shark attacks were reported in the state in all of 2018, according to the International Shark Attack File. But experts say there is often year-to-year variation.

  48. Supreme Court Upholds Virginia’s Ban on Uranium Mining U.S., June 17

    The court ruled that the Atomic Energy Act did not bar the state’s moratorium on mining what appears to be the nation’s largest uranium deposit.

  49. Justices Dismiss Appeal in Virginia Racial Gerrymandering Case U.S., June 17

    The decision featured unusual alliances, with Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil M. Gorsuch joining three of the court’s more liberal members.

  50. Racist Comments Cost Conservative Parkland Student a Place at Harvard U.S., June 17

    The student, Kyle Kashuv, a recent graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, had repeatedly used racial slurs in a written chat with classmates when he was 16.

  51. Reparations? Yes, but … Opinion, June 17

    Black voters’ complex views on slavery payments.

  52. Democratic Candidates Promise to Close Wealth Gap Between Blacks and Whites U.S., June 15

    Inequality of wealth and income was a dominant theme as four Democratic candidates addressed the Black Economic Alliance’s forum in South Carolina.

  53. Tennessee Pastor Who Is Also a Detective Calls for L.G.B.T. People to Be Executed U.S., June 15

    The pastor said in a sermon that L.G.B.T. people were “freaks” and “worthy of death,” comments that have prompted prosecutors to review cases he has investigated.

  54. Volkswagen Factory Workers in Tennessee Reject Union Business, June 14

    The vote was a defeat for the United Automobile Workers, which has tried unsuccessfully to organize workers at plants owned by foreign automakers in the South.

  55. A Vivid Tale of Father and Son U.S., June 14

    A Somali immigrant struggles to grasp his child’s imprisonment.

  56. Lil’ Buck Sinegal, Noted Louisiana Guitarist, Dies at 75 Arts, June 14

    He worked with Allen Toussaint, Buckwheat Zydeco, Clifton Chenier and more. He has been called “the best guitar slinger South Louisiana has to offer.”

  57. When We Kill Opinion, June 14

    Everything you think you know about the death penalty is wrong.

  58. ‘Honor of a Lifetime’: Sarah Sanders Is Leaving White House Video, June 13

    The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, is exiting the post at the end of the month. During her tenure, she let President Trump do much of his own speaking, a break from the decades-long tradition of daily press briefings.

  59. He Won a Landmark Case for Privacy Rights. He’s Going to Prison Anyway. Opinion, June 13

    Those who score big victories for the civil liberties of every American sometimes lose their own freedom.

  60. Sarah Huckabee Sanders Leaving White House at the End of the Month U.S., June 13

    Ms. Sanders, the White House press secretary, fiercely defended President Trump through one of the most tumultuous periods in American politics.

  61. Sarah Huckabee Sanders Leaving White House at the End of the Month U.S., June 13

    Ms. Sanders, the White House press secretary, fiercely defended President Trump through one of the most tumultuous periods in American politics.

  62. Memphis Unrest: Dozens Injured After Man Is Killed by Marshals U.S., June 13

    Federal marshals opened fire on Wednesday night, killing a man, and more than two dozen police officers were injured in confrontations later.

  63. What Abortion Access Looks Like in Mississippi: One Person at a Time Magazine, June 13

    With state legislatures passing new abortion restrictions, the Mississippi Reproductive Freedom Fund follows its own compass on how to best help clients.

  64. How New Orleans Celebrates Its Dead Interactive, June 13

    The funeral for Leah Chase, a chef and civil rights icon, showcased a street culture that continues to flourish in the city she helped revive.

  65. Once Threatened, Sea Turtle Nests Thrive Along the Georgia Coast Science, June 13

    Longstanding efforts to protect the nests of loggerhead sea turtles have been paying off, emphasizing the importance of collaboration in conservation.

  66. Man Accused of Burning Louisiana Churches Is Charged With Hate Crimes U.S., June 12

    Holden Matthews, 21, was charged in a six-count federal indictment after three Louisiana churches burned this spring.

  67. Planned Parenthood to Host Women’s Health Forum for 2020 Democrats U.S., June 12

    The majority of the candidates have agreed to participate in the forum, the first of the presidential primary season to focus on reproductive rights.

  68. Overlooked No More: Ma Rainey, the ‘Mother of the Blues’ Obituaries, June 12

    With her unapologetic lyrics, Rainey proudly proclaimed her bisexuality and helped to mainstream black female narratives in a musical style that later became a nationwide craze.

  69. They Hid From the Mob for Decades. Now They Will Surface in a Film. Arts, June 12

    The family of Tommaso Buscetta, whose testimony figured in hundreds of Mafia convictions, agreed to appear in a new documentary.

  70. They Hid From the Mob for Decades. Now They Will Surface in a Film. Arts, June 12

    The family of Tommaso Buscetta, whose testimony figured in hundreds of Mafia convictions, agreed to appear in a new documentary.

  71. He Killed 3 Muslim Students. But Did He Commit a Hate Crime? U.S., June 12

    For the Muslim community that lost three young members to a gunman in North Carolina over what was called a “parking dispute,” motive matters.

  72. He Couldn’t Talk About What He Saw in World War II. So He Painted It. Magazine, June 12

    The aristocrat-turned-commando Guy de Montlaur was a hero of the French liberation. His paintings of D-Day depict scenes that haunted him his entire life.

  73. Virginia Primary Election Results Interactive, June 11

    See full results and maps from the Virginia primaries.

  74. Alabama Could Chemically Castrate Some Sex Offenders. Here’s What That Means. U.S., June 11

    Alabama is the latest state to use drugs to try to reduce recidivism among sex offenders.

  75. What to Know About the Alabama Chemical Castration Law U.S., June 11

    Alabama is the latest state to use drugs to try to reduce recidivism among sex offenders.

  76. Sprint and T-Mobile Merger Faces New Hurdle With Lawsuit by States Business, June 11

    Ten attorneys general filed a federal lawsuit to block the $26 billion deal between the third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers in the United States.

  77. With Most States Under One Party’s Control, America Grows More Divided U.S., June 11

    It is the first time in more than a century that all but one state legislature is dominated by a single party, and lawmakers have pushed in opposite directions.

  78. A Judge Rules Against One Stem-Cell Clinic. There Are Hundreds of Them. Health, June 10

    In a long-sought victory for the F.D.A., a federal judge said officials have the authority to regulate stem-cell treatments made from patients’ own fat.

  79. Paralysis on America’s Rivers: There’s Too Much Water U.S., June 10

    Fast currents and swollen channels have made many of the nation’s rivers unsafe for commercial traffic, spreading economic pain from a spring of severe flooding.

  80. I Turned My Back for a Second, Half a Second, and He Was Grown Opinion, June 10

    Called back to my childhood home in Alabama, I found the past still very much alive.

  81. Marc Gasol Turns Memphis Into Jurassic Park South Sports, June 10

    Instead of burning Gasol’s jerseys or booing him, Grizzlies fans want to host a parade for their team’s former center if the Raptors win a title.

  82. Prison Dogs of Angola Opinion, June 9

    The working dogs of America’s largest maximum-security prison.

  83. Harry Shearer: New Orleans, a Flood Away Opinion, June 9

    Mr. Shearer faults the Army Corps of Engineers, which has failed repeatedly to protect the city.

  84. Kamala Harris, Seeking a Campaign Jolt, Defends Record as Prosecutor U.S., June 9

    Trying to stand out in a crowded and fluid Democratic field, Ms. Harris, the former California attorney general, took on the critics of her record as a prosecutor.

  85. Life Begins at Conception (Except When That’s Inconvenient for Republicans) Opinion, June 8

    It’s almost as if abortion bans aren’t actually about “life” at all.

  86. University of Alabama Returns Largest-Ever Gift to Donor U.S., June 7

    Tensions had publicly bubbled up in recent weeks, with Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr. reportedly dictating how he wanted his $21.5 million donation spent.

  87. They Say You Can’t Go Home Again. Laura Linney Just Did. Arts, June 7

    She talks about revisiting Armistead Maupin’s “Tales of the City” for a fourth time, and the potential impact of Georgia’s abortion bill on the production of Netflix’s “Ozark.”

  88. From Instability at Home to Study Overseas Education, June 7

    These students “have a level of grit that students who have not been through similar experiences probably don’t have.”

  89. Dr. John, of Voodoo Beads, Feathers and New Orleans Sound, Dies at 77 Obituaries, June 6

    Born Malcolm Rebennack Jr., he was part of a pantheon of New Orleans keyboard wizards that also included Professor Longhair, James Booker and Fats Domino.

  90. Deceased Strategist’s Files Detail Republican Gerrymandering in North Carolina, Advocates Say U.S., June 6

    A group challenging North Carolina’s state legislative maps says that documents from the files from the late Thomas Hofeller show that Republicans misled a federal court to avoid a special election.

  91. Senators Ask Federal Reserve to Review Trump’s Deutsche Bank Transactions Business, June 6

    Seven Democrats, including the presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, want the Fed to examine the bank’s compliance with anti-money-laundering laws over flagged transactions.

  92. Let’s Ditch Mitch Opinion, June 5

    The Senate majority leader comes out of his shell.

  93. How the Parkland School Shooting Transformed Florida Politics U.S., June 5

    The mass shooting in 2018 that left 17 dead forced elected officials to talk about gun control and school safety. Politics in the state has been changed.

  94. Dolly Parton on Dollywood Travel, June 5

    And why the singer, actor and theme-park owner has never been on any of the rides.

  95. Wherever You Are, There’s a State Park Nearby Travel, June 5

    There are 8,565 of them across the country, meaning a place to take a hike, fire up some s’mores or simply recharge is often just around the corner. In a year of traveling, we visited 53 of them.

  96. What Officials Say Scot Peterson Failed to Do During the Parkland School Shooting U.S., June 4

    Mr. Peterson did not enter the building and he directed law enforcement to stay away, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

  97. 3 Steps That Ex-Officer Scot Peterson Is Accused of Missing in Shooting U.S., June 4

    Mr. Peterson did not enter the building and he directed law enforcement to stay away, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

  98. Parkland Officer Who Stayed Outside During Shooting Faces Criminal Charges U.S., June 4

    Scot Peterson, a former Broward County sheriff’s deputy, faces charges of neglect of a child, culpable negligence and perjury, the authorities said.

  99. After Another Mass Shooting, Another Virginia Governor Tries to Change Gun Laws U.S., June 4

    Gov. Ralph Northam called a special legislative session to address gun violence after a gunman killed 12 people on Friday at the municipal center in Virginia Beach.

  100. There Are Better Ways to Do College Opinion, June 4

    Work colleges teach students that communities need all their members to pick up a shovel and participate.

  101. The Tricky Politics of Abortion Opinion, June 4

    Public opinion isn’t where either side wants it to be.

  102. The Struggles of Rejecting the Gender Binary Magazine, June 4

    Not everyone identifies as male or female. This is what it’s like to be nonbinary in a world that wants to box you in.

  103. Hollywood Producer Seeks to Raise Funds to Battle Anti-Abortion Laws Business, June 3

    Peter Chernin sent an email seeking donations from entertainment power players like Jeff Bezos, Shonda Rhimes, Tim Cook, Ari Emanuel and Ted Sarandos.

  104. ‘I Will Not Say His Name’: Police Try to End Notoriety of Gunmen in Mass Shootings U.S., June 3

    They have called him “that 13th person,” “the suspect” and “the perpetrator.” Why Virginia Beach officials have maintained near silence about a gunman’s identity.

  105. ‘The Weekly’ Series Premiere: T.M. Landry School Sold Top Colleges a ‘Sob Story’ That Wasn’t True U.S., June 3

    A new TV series from The New York Times is now on FX and Hulu.

  106. When We Talk About Abortion, Let’s Talk About Men Opinion, June 2

    Since women don’t have unwanted pregnancies without them.

  107. F.B.I. Is Said to Be Investigating College Admissions Practices at T.M. Landry U.S., June 2

    The private school in Louisiana, once celebrated for helping underprivileged and minority students attend elite colleges, is now under federal investigation over its college applications.

  108. Virginia Beach Gunman Said He Was Quitting, Then Went on a Shooting Rampage U.S., June 2

    DeWayne Craddock, the suspect in the fatal shooting of a dozen people Friday at the municipal building where he worked, submitted a resignation notice hours before the assault.

  109. Who Were the 12 Victims in the Shooting in Virginia Beach? U.S., June 1

    All but one of the dead were city workers. Here is the full list of names.

  110. Former N.F.L. Player Keith Mumphery, After Settling Lawsuit, Plots a Comeback Sports, June 1

    Cleared, then convicted of relationship violence in absentia, then cut from the N.F.L., Mumphery has once again been cleared. Now he needs a job.

  111. Virginia Beach Shooting: A City Grieves Its Workers a Day After Horror U.S., June 1

    Most of the victims, city officials said, worked for the Virginia Beach government, several of them for decades.

  112. Suspect in Virginia Beach Shooting Was a Longtime City Employee U.S., June 1

    DeWayne Craddock, an employee with the Public Utilities Department, killed at least 12 people and injured several others, according to the police.

  113. 5 Writers on the Summers They Will Never Forget Magazine, June 1

    In the pool, by the sea, tales of long summer days on the water.

  114. Man Who Posed as Saudi Prince and Defrauded Investors Out of $8 Million Is Sent to Prison U.S., June 1

    Anthony Gignac, 48, once called “The Prince of Fraud,” was sentenced to more than 18 years in prison. Prosecutors said he had spent most of his life impersonating Prince Khalid al-Saud.

  115. In the Kentucky Governor’s Race, It’s an Unpopular Man vs. an Unpopular Party U.S., June 1

    The governor of Kentucky is not popular, even within his own party. But party ID and a friendship with the president may be enough for his re-election.

  116. When the Levees Break Again Opinion, May 31

    New Orleans, its flood protections verging on obsolete, lives on the edge of disaster.

  117. Trump to Kick Off His Re-Election Campaign on June 18 in Orlando U.S., May 31

    The announcement will come a little over four years after he declared his presidential bid at Trump Tower in Manhattan.

  118. Trump to Kick Off His Re-election Campaign on June 18 in Orlando U.S., May 31

    The announcement will come a little over four years after he declared his presidential bid at Trump Tower in Manhattan.

  119. 12 Killed in Rampage at Municipal Center in Virginia U.S., May 31

    Chief James A. Cervera of the Virginia Beach Police Department said at an evening news conference that the scene could “best be described as a war zone.”

  120. Death, Profit and Disclosure at a Children’s Hospital Podcasts, May 31

    Doctors suspected that children with complex heart conditions were dying at higher-than-expected rates. And yet their hospital continued the operations. Secret recordings reveal what was happening.

  121. Gun Issues, Long at the Fringe, Now Loom Large for Democratic Candidates U.S., May 31

    After years of failed efforts to enact federal universal background checks for new gun purchases, several candidates are on the leading edge of a push for more aggressive anti-gun measures

  122. ‘The Weekly’ Wants to Show You That ‘Reporters Are Not Robots’ Reader Center, May 31

    A new TV show from The Times places journalists’ expertise — and their inner conflicts — center stage.

  123. Louisiana School Scandal: The Truth Behind Students’ Viral Videos The Weekly, May 31

    The TV series premiere from The New York Times on FX and Hulu.

  124. 25 Writers on Their Favorite Beach Vacations Travel, May 31

    From paddleboarding in Colorado to bachata music in Puerto Rico, we asked writers to tell us what makes their beach vacations the best.

  125. My Husband Wore Really Tight Shorts to the Eclipse Party Style, May 31

    And for me, it was a revelation.

  126. Authorities Subpoena Information on Andrew Gillum’s 2018 Campaign U.S., May 30

    Mr. Gillum, who lost his race for Florida governor, had previously been shadowed by an F.B.I. inquiry into city government in Tallahassee, where he was mayor.

  127. Supreme Court Won’t Stay Alabama Execution After Bitter Clash U.S., May 30

    Christopher Lee Price’s case prompted an anguished middle-of-the-night dissent in April that opened a window on angry divisions at the court.

  128. How Uber Hopes to Profit From Public Transit Opinion, May 30

    Ride-hailing companies see a ‘massive market opportunity’ in replacing bus and subway rides.

  129. Thad Cochran Dies at 81; Lawmaker Brought Largess to Mississippi Obituaries, May 30

    In 45 years as a representative and senator, he combined homespun politics and a canny skill at producing billions of dollars for his home state.

  130. Thad Cochran Dies at 81; Lawmaker Brought Largess to Mississippi Obituaries, May 30

    In 45 years as a representative and senator, he combined homespun politics and a canny skill at producing billions of dollars for his home state.

  131. Disney May Halt Productions in Georgia if Abortion Law Is Enforced Arts, May 30

    The company’s chief executive, Bob Iger, said it would be “very difficult” to continue filming in the state if the law is carried out.

  132. Disney May Halt Productions in Georgia if Abortion Law Is Enforced Arts, May 30

    The company’s chief executive, Bob Iger, said it would be “very difficult” to continue filming in the state if the law is carried out.

  133. Disney C.E.O. Warns Georgia Abortion Law Would Make it ‘Very Difficult’ to Film in the State Business, May 30

    The company’s chief executive, Bob Iger, said it would be “very difficult” to continue filming in the state if the law was carried out.

  134. Crash Kills 4 Members of Church Choir en Route to Revival Meeting U.S., May 29

    “Going for revivals is kind of the norm for country churches,” said a choir member from Shiloh Baptist Church who was traveling in another car to the meeting.

  135. Louisiana Moves to Ban Abortions After a Heartbeat Is Detected U.S., May 29

    The state’s Democratic governor said he planned to sign the so-called fetal heartbeat bill. Similar bans across the country have already been challenged — and blocked — in court.

  136. Louisiana Moves to Ban Abortions After a Heartbeat Is Detected U.S., May 29

    The state’s Democratic governor said he planned to sign the so-called fetal heartbeat bill. Similar bans across the country have already been challenged — and blocked — in court.

  137. The Hidden Consequences of the New Abortion Laws Opinion, May 29

    They will force women to carry pregnancies to term despite the detection of painful and deadly fetal anomalies.

  138. Trump Warns Roy Moore Against Alabama Senate Run U.S., May 29

    Mr. Moore, a Republican former judge who lost a Senate race to Doug Jones after being accused of pursuing teenage girls, has said he is “strongly considering” running again.

  139. Despite Warning From Trump, Roy Moore Says He Can Win Alabama Senate Seat U.S., May 29

    Mr. Moore, a Republican former judge who lost a Senate race to Doug Jones after being accused of pursuing teenage girls, has said he is “strongly considering” running again.

  140. No Background Check, Drug Test or Credit Check. You’re Hired! Opinion, May 29

    A bakery epitomizes a Zen-inspired approach to hiring: Don’t ask about an applicant’s past. It’s the future that counts.

  141. Can Jaime Harrison End the Democrats’ Drought in South Carolina? U.S., May 29

    The Times talked to Mr. Harrison, the first black chairman of the state’s Democratic Party, about his bid to unseat Senator Lindsey Graham.

  142. Can Jaime Harrison End the Democrats’ Drought in South Carolina? U.S., May 29

    The Times talked to Mr. Harrison, the first black chairman of the state’s Democratic Party, about his bid to unseat Senator Lindsey Graham.

  143. ‘Blocked Off From Civilization’: Floodwaters Turn Oklahoma Town Into an Island U.S., May 28

    Braggs, a town of 259 in rural Oklahoma, has become a virtual island. Floodwaters have nearly surrounded it, cutting off residents, who have formed an ad hoc emergency response network.

  144. After a Scandal, the New Orleans Jazz Market Rises Again Arts, May 28

    One of the city’s newest musical landmarks and its Grammy-winning jazz orchestra are pushing forward as two members of its original leadership team await trial for embezzlement.

  145. On the Trail of Tupelo Honey, Liquid Gold From the Swamps Food, May 28

    Hurricanes, blights and encroaching development have cut into the harvest in Florida and Georgia, but a small cadre of beekeepers still fiercely pursues this lucrative prize.

  146. Netflix May ‘Rethink’ Georgia if Abortion Law Takes Effect Movies, May 28

    The streaming giant, which produces “Stranger Things” and “Ozark” in the state, suggests it might leave if the law goes forward.