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  1. The Race for Miami’s Perennial Tossup Seat Starts Leaning Democratic National, Today

    Florida’s 26th Congressional District seemed like the rare pickup opportunity for Republicans. But the campaign has been complicated by the coronavirus and the presidential election.

  2. Campaign 2020: Let’s Never Do This Again Politics, Today

    It’s not hope or change. It’s not making anything great. It’s just about making it through.

  3. Americans Surge to Polls: ‘I’m Going to Vote Like My Life Depends on It’ Politics, Today

    Anxious but determined, Americans are pushing through challenges like the pandemic and long lines to cast their ballot. The country is on course to surpass 150 million votes for the first time.

  4. ¿Quién ganará Florida, Biden o Trump? Esto dicen las encuestas en Español, Yesterday

    Las encuestas más recientes revelan que Joe Biden lleva una ventaja al presidente Donald Trump en uno de los estados cruciales para las elecciones de Estados Unidos.

  5. The Daily: An Audio Guide to the Election Podcasts, Yesterday

    Join us on a sonic journey back through the presidential campaign in preparation for Election Day.

  6. The Daily: An Audio Guide to the Election Podcasts, Yesterday

    Join us on a sonic journey back through the presidential campaign in preparation for Election Day.

  7. The Daily: An Audio Guide to the Election Podcasts, Yesterday

    Join us on a sonic journey back through the presidential campaign in preparation for Election Day.

  8. Some Older Voters Shift to Biden in Florida. Will It Be Enough for Him? Politics, Yesterday

    Polls suggest some retirees are shifting from having supported President Trump to voting for Joseph R. Biden Jr. But they are rare in Florida’s Republican heartland.

  9. Louisville Officer Who Fatally Shot Breonna Taylor Is Now Suing Her Boyfriend Express, Yesterday

    In a court filing, Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly said Kenneth Walker’s actions had caused him “severe trauma, mental anguish and emotional distress.”

  10. Who Will Win Florida? What Polls Say About an Eternal Mystery Politics, Yesterday

    Joe Biden has cut into President Trump’s edge among suburbanites and older voters, but his support from Latino voters appears weaker than Hillary Clinton’s was.

  11. The Field: The Shy Biden Voters Among Florida’s Seniors Podcasts, Yesterday

    In the swing state’s conservative retirement communities, some voters have switched sides. And some of them have reason to worry about what the neighbors might think.

  12. Florida Could Decide the Election. Inside the Count That’s Already Underway. Interactive, Yesterday

    About 50 million Americans have already voted by mail. Here’s what processing those ballots looks like in a crucial swing state.

  13. Trump and Biden Converge in Florida, an Elusive Prize Still Up for Grabs Politics, October 29

    The presidential rivals both appeared in Tampa, confronting their vulnerabilities and courting a range of voters, a clear sign that both see their political fortunes tied to the state.

  14. Coronavirus, Nice Attacks, U.S. Election: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, October 29

    Here’s what you need to know.

  15. Dan Baum, Journalist, Author and Long-Form Tweeter, Dies at 64 Obits, October 29

    He was a Twitter pioneer in writing at length, 140 characters at a time, about losing his job at The New Yorker. He wrote an admired book on New Orleans.

  16. Trump Boasts About G.D.P Growth and Attacks News Media Video, October 29

    President Trump campaigned in Tampa, Fla., Thursday boasting about third-quarter economic gains, and assailing the news media as “the enemy of the people.”

  17. ‘It’s Up to You, You Hold the Key,’ Biden Tells Florida Voters Video, October 29

    Campaigning in South Florida, Joseph R. Biden Jr., the Democratic presidential nominee, called on Latino voters to reject President Trump, and promised to reverse Trump’s hard-line Cuba policy.

  18. Amid a Local Outbreak, a Historically Black University Cancels Basketball Season Sports, October 29

    The outlook has not been much better for basketball than football. “I wouldn’t use the word ‘disaster’ because that would be too light a term,” Seton Hall Coach Kevin Willard said.

  19. El dilema del voto venezolano en Estados Unidos en Español, October 29

    La polarización que vimos en Venezuela migró con nosotros. Quienes podemos votar, debemos considerar el modo en el que Trump ha tratado a nuestra comunidad, dentro y fuera del país.

  20. Don’t Be Fooled By Trump’s Anti-Socialist Talk Op Ed, October 29

    Venezuelan-Americans need to see beyond the bluster, and look at the way he has treated our community in the U.S.

  21. What Has Trump Done for Venezuelan-Americans? Op Ed, October 29

    We need to see beyond the bluster, and look at the way he has treated our community in the U.S.

  22. The Venezuela-American Vote, From A First-Timer Opinion, October 29

    Our vote could play a key role in November. We need to see beyond the bluster, and look at the way Trump has treated our community in the U.S.

  23. The Venezuelan-American Vote, From a First-Timer in Florida Op Ed, October 29

    Our vote could play a key role in November. We need to see beyond the bluster, and look at the way Trump has treated our community in the U.S.

  24. Biden and Cunningham Hold Slim Leads in North Carolina, Poll Finds Politics, October 29

    Joe Biden and Cal Cunningham both led their Republican rivals by three points, a Times/Siena College survey found. Perhaps most notably, 64 percent of respondents said they had already voted.

  25. Zeta Causes Widespread Damage After Hitting Gulf Coast Video, October 29

    After hitting the Louisiana coast as a Category 2 hurricane, Zeta’s strong winds caused widespread power outages in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas.

  26. The Field: The Specter of Political Violence Podcasts, October 29

    The election anxieties of Americans across the political spectrum are visible in an alarming place: gun sales figures.

  27. Zeta Knocks Out Power to 2 Million National, October 29

    The storm’s strong winds caused widespread power outages in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas.

  28. How to Staycation in 6 American Cities Travel, October 29

    With business travel all but stopped, city hotels and tourist organizations have made a full-court press to attract local and nearby leisure travelers with bottom-barrel rates and extra perks.

  29. North Carolina Primary Election Results: 12th House District Interactive, October 28

  30. North Carolina Primary Election Results: 10th House District Interactive, October 28

  31. North Carolina U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

  32. North Carolina Primary Election Results: 11th House District Interactive, October 28

  33. North Carolina Governor Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

  34. North Carolina Primary Election Results: First House District Interactive, October 28

  35. Live: North Carolina State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, October 28

  36. Tennessee Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, October 28

  37. Live Results: North Carolina Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, October 28

  38. North Carolina Presidential Republican Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

  39. Virginia Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, October 28

  40. North Carolina Primary Election Results: Fifth House District Interactive, October 28

  41. North Carolina Primary Election Results: Sixth House District Interactive, October 28

  42. North Carolina Primary Election Results: Seventh House District Interactive, October 28

  43. North Carolina Primary Election Results: Second House District Interactive, October 28

  44. North Carolina Primary Election Results: Fourth House District Interactive, October 28

  45. North Carolina Primary Election Results: Ninth House District Interactive, October 28

  46. Live Results: Tennessee Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, October 28

  47. Alabama Presidential Republican Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

  48. Live Results: Arkansas Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, October 28

  49. Live: Arkansas State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, October 28

  50. Tennessee Presidential Republican Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

  51. Live Results: Virginia Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, October 28

  52. Live: Alabama State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, October 28

  53. North Carolina Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, October 28

  54. In Rural Virginia, a Militia Tries to Recruit a New Ally: The County Government National, October 28

    After Virginia passed gun laws, conservatives began invoking the state’s colonial-era constitution, which calls for a “well regulated militia.”

  55. Hurricane Zeta Live Updates: Storm Expected to Make Landfall Soon National, October 28

    The storm, which was upgraded to a Category 2 hurricane, was set to bring heavy rains and damaging winds to southeast Louisiana.

  56. In Georgia, Democrats Target the True Silent Majority: People Who Don’t Vote Politics, October 28

    As Democrats eye the Southern battleground, high turnout will be crucial for them, and that means persuading nonvoters to participate. But experts warn that changing electorates is hard and complicated.

  57. Virginia Governor Can Remove Robert E. Lee Statue, but Not Yet, Judge Rules Express, October 28

    The judge affirmed an order by Gov. Ralph Northam but allowed the monument to remain while local residents appeal the decision.

  58. Virginia Governor Can Remove Robert E. Lee Statue, but Not Yet, Judge Rules Express, October 28

    The judge affirmed an order by Gov. Ralph Northam but allowed the monument to remain while local residents appeal the decision.

  59. Thieves Steal 6 Million Medical Gloves From Florida Supplier Express, October 27

    The gloves were headed for hospitals battling the pandemic.

  60. Biden, Invoking F.D.R., Tries to Siphon Off Trump Voters in Georgia Politics, October 27

    In the rural hills of Georgia, a state he is seeking to win, Joseph R. Biden Jr. called for “healing” and “restoration,” and a commitment to a common purpose to meet the challenges of the coronavirus.

  61. En Miami-Dade, los jóvenes votantes cubanos escuchan a Trump en Español, October 27

    Los nuevos inmigrantes cubanos, que antes tenían poca participación en la política estadounidense, han empezado a identificarse como republicanos de Trump. Esto podría darle al presidente un impulso en un estado clave.

  62. New Orleans, No Stranger to Storms, Braces for Hurricane Zeta Express, October 27

    After a long season of hits and near-misses, residents are exhausted by hurricanes. The storm was expected to make landfall in southeastern Louisiana on Wednesday.

  63. A Chance to Expand Medicaid Rallies Democrats in Crucial North Carolina Science, October 27

    The legislature in this battleground state could flip to Democratic control, a prospect that is bringing out lower-income voters who stayed home in 2016.

  64. How Trump and Bolsonaro Broke Latin America’s Covid-19 Defenses Foreign, October 27

    The two presidents drove out 10,000 Cuban doctors and nurses. They defunded the region’s leading health agency. They wrongly pushed hydroxychloroquine as a cure.

  65. Win or Lose, It’s Donald Trump’s Republican Party Magazine, October 27

    The G.O.P.’s politicians, activists and voters are still figuring out what that means.

  66. Donald Trump y Jair Bolsonaro debilitaron las defensas sanitarias de América Latina contra la COVID-19 en Español, October 27

    Los dos presidentes expulsaron a 10.000 médicos y enfermeros cubanos. Le quitaron fondos a la principal agencia de salud de la región e impulsaron erróneamente a la hidroxicloroquina como una cura.

  67. Classrooms Without Walls, and Hopefully Covid National, October 27

    To combat the coronavirus, schools across America moved students outdoors. Here’s a look at four new learning environments.

  68. Biden, in Sign of Confidence, Will Visit Iowa in Race’s Final Days Politics, October 26

    Appearing newly emboldened, the Democratic nominee also said he thought he would win Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, three critical battleground states.

  69. Georgia, Once Reliably Red, Is Suddenly a Battleground. What Happened? Politics, October 26

    Joe Biden could win the state because Republicans have failed to keep up with its diverse population and shifting suburban politics.

  70. 5 Lessons on Voter Misinformation From Kentucky’s Election in 2019 Business, October 26

    The incumbent governor and some of his allies argued, without showing any evidence, that there were voting irregularities and fraud.

  71. Map: Tracking Hurricane Zeta Interactive, October 26

    Hurricane Zeta is expected to make landfall in the United States Wednesday.

  72. Swing-District Democrats, Defying Predictions, Poised to Help Keep House Washington, October 26

    Once regarded as the most vulnerable incumbents, many Democrats who carried Trump districts in 2018 are poised to win re-election, boosting the party’s chances of building its House majority.

  73. Head of Virginia Military Institute Resigns Amid Review of Racism on Campus National, October 26

    A week after the governor ordered an investigation into reports of racism at the college, Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III says the governor and other officials have lost confidence in his leadership.

  74. People of Praise, la communauté religieuse très soudée de la juge Amy Coney Barrett U.S., October 26

    La candidate à la Cour suprême des Etats-Unis a grandi dans une communauté qui se démarque d’autres groupes religieux conservateurs par l’implication très poussée de ses membres dans leurs vies respectives.

  75. Black Senate Candidates in the South Tell Democrats to ‘Meet the Moment’ Politics, October 26

    Several Black Democrats are running competitively in conservative states, and they are doing so by talking explicitly about race.

  76. A Voting Rights Battle in a School Board ‘Coup’ Politics, October 25

    For Black residents of Sumter County, the fight for representation echoed the civil rights era. For white residents, it reflected the anxiety, made manifest by the Trump era, of maintaining power over institutions even without the votes to do so.

  77. How Homegrown Disinformation Could Disrupt This U.S. Election Video, October 25

    In 2016, Russia developed a simple, effective playbook to undermine U.S. elections with disinformation on social media. Four years later, Americans are using the same playbook on each other.

  78. New Spirits Rise in Old, Repurposed Churches National, October 25

    For years, attendance rates have dropped and congregations have closed nationwide. But many reused religious spaces are still sanctuaries.

  79. Tropical Storm Zeta Strengthens as It Approaches Gulf Coast Express, October 25

    Zeta is expected to become a hurricane before it makes landfall in the United States on Wednesday. It is the 27th named storm of an unusually active Atlantic hurricane season.

  80. Pope Francis Appoints First African-American Cardinal Foreign, October 25

    Wilton Gregory, the archbishop of Washington, was among 13 new cardinals named on Sunday.

  81. N.F.L. Punishes Titans for Their Handling of Coronavirus Outbreak Sports, October 25

    A heavy fine, but no suspensions, came after two dozen players and staff members tested positive for the virus.

  82. Pope Francis Appoints First African-American Cardinal Foreign, October 25

    Wilton Gregory, the archbishop of Washington, who led the Roman Catholic Church’s response to the sexual abuse crisis in the early 2000s, was among 13 new cardinals named on Sunday.

  83. In Miami-Dade County, Younger Cuban Voters Offer Opening for Trump Politics, October 25

    Newer Cuban immigrants who previously had little engagement in American politics have started to identify as Trump Republicans. It could give the president a boost in a critical swing state.

  84. Why Trump Can’t Take Red Counties in North Carolina for Granted Politics, October 25

    Even some people in Gastonia, N.C., are a little perplexed about why the president was holding a rally in a small community that’s already in his camp.

  85. Will Cuba Tip Florida to Trump? Op Ed, October 24

    Sixty-two years after the revolution, America’s relations with its neighbor to the south loom large.

  86. ‘I voted for a guy named Trump,’ the president said after voting in person in Florida. Politics, October 24

  87. Navy Plane Crashes in Alabama, Killing Crew of 2 Express, October 23

    The plane crashed next to a house. No civilians on the ground were injured, the authorities said.

  88. Day After Debate, Biden and Trump Amplify Attacks, Seeking an Edge Politics, October 23

    Joseph Biden continued to hammer President Trump over his denial of the coronavirus threat, while the president sought to exploit what he viewed as a new opening — Mr. Biden’s comments on oil.

  89. To Recognize Misinformation in Media, Teach a Generation While It’s Young Op Ed, October 23

    There is no silver bullet to slay internet lies and fictions. But students can be taught to know when information is reliable.

  90. A Common Retort After Insensitive Remarks by Elected Leaders: Resign National, October 23

    Officials have long atoned for their racist and inappropriate comments. But unlike years past, when apologies might have been enough, they have also been asked to step down.

  91. Trump y Biden: un debate presidencial más calmado y dos visiones muy distintas de Estados Unidos en Español, October 23

    En una participación más mesurada, el presidente Donald Trump le dijo a Joe Biden: “No tuviste éxito” en Washington. El exvicepresidente acusó al mandatario de crueldad por separar a las familias inmigrantes y avivar las tensiones raciales.

  92. Out of Work in America Interactive, October 22

    We teamed up with local news organizations across the country to document the lives of a dozen Americans who found themselves out of work in the pandemic.

  93. Florida Deputies to Add Security After Armed Men Appear at Polling Site Politics, October 22

    Pinellas County sheriff’s office said it would station deputies at five early voting sites after two armed men dressed as security guards were seen outside a polling station.

  94. Full Analysis and Highlights of the Trump vs. Biden Debate Interactive, October 22

    President Trump and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. met for a second and final debate, moderated by Kristen Welker of NBC News. Watch the video here and review our analysis as it happened.

  95. Hedge Fund Magnate Is Moving His $41 Billion Firm From N.Y. to Florida Metro, October 22

    The firm, Elliott Management, led by Paul Singer, will transfer its headquarters to West Palm Beach, Fla., because of the pandemic.

  96. Mayor Lonnie Norman, Whose Town Hosts Bonnaroo, Dies at 79 Obits, October 22

    He was dedicated to Manchester, the small city where he was born and raised. In 1991, he became the city’s first Black mayor. He died of Covid-19.

  97. Deposition of Ghislaine Maxwell, Charged in Epstein Case, Is Revealed Metro, October 22

    Ms. Maxwell, who fought to keep the deposition secret, repeatedly denied that she helped Jeffrey Epstein recruit and sexually abuse teenage girls.

  98. Man Pleads Guilty to Cyberstalking Tulsa Mayor Before Trump Rally Express, October 21

    Adam Maxwell Donn, 40, of Norfolk, Va., sent dozens of harassing and threatening emails to try to get President Trump’s campaign rally canceled, officials said.

  99. A Crackdown in Ann Arbor N Y T Now, October 21

    The University of Michigan’s reopening hasn’t gone well, forcing the local government to step in.

  100. Around Atlanta, Many White Suburbanites Are Sticking With Trump Politics, October 21

    Nationwide, such voters are tilting toward Biden. But in Georgia, the president’s law-and-order message seems to be keeping the bulk of them in his column.

  101. $2 Million Homes in Michigan, Florida and New York Real Estate, October 21

    A 1979 house near an arboretum in Ann Arbor, a four-unit Art Deco apartment building in Miami Beach and a vacation compound in Ulster County.

  102. What You Get for $2 Million Slideshow, October 21

    A 1979 house near an arboretum in Ann Arbor, Mich.; a four-unit Art Deco building in Miami Beach; and a vacation compound in Ulster County, N.Y.

  103. Placing Women on a Different Sort of Pedestal Special Sections, October 21

    Public monuments, and the artists who create them, are beginning to represent women and their achievements.

  104. Las noticias falsas en español enfrentan a los votantes latinos con el movimiento Black Lives Matter en Español, October 21

    En los grupos familiares de WhatsApp y en los medios de comunicación de Estados Unidos en español, la desinformación pinta 2020 como un juego de suma cero.

  105. A Biden Landslide? Some Democrats Can’t Help Whispering Politics, October 21

    Democrats are still haunted by the ghosts of 2016. But some are allowing themselves to contemplate a Biden victory big enough to reorder the nation’s politics.

  106. False Political News in Spanish Pits Latino Voters Against Black Lives Matter Politics, October 21

    On family WhatsApp groups and in Spanish-language media, misinformation paints 2020 as a zero-sum game.

  107. Voters in Two States Report Threatening ‘Vote for Trump’ Emails Politics, October 20

    One of the emails, obtained by The Times, seemed to suggest that it was sent by an American far-right group, but its metadata showed that it originated from an Estonian server.

  108. Breonna Taylor Grand Juror Says Homicide Charges Were Not Presented National, October 20

    A judge gave grand jurors in the case permission to speak publicly, a rare move that immediately led one juror to speak out.

  109. ‘It Has Hit Us With a Vengeance’: Virus Surges Again Across the United States National, October 20

    Unlike earlier outbreaks concentrated in the Northeast and South, the virus is simmering at a worrisome level in most regions.

  110. ‘It Has Hit Us With a Vengeance’: Virus Surges Again Across the United States National, October 20

    Unlike earlier outbreaks concentrated in the Northeast and South, the virus is simmering at a worrisome level in most regions.

  111. Long Early Voting Lines in Wisconsin, Tennessee and Georgia Video, October 20

    Residents faced lengthy wait times to cast a ballot for early, in-person voting on Tuesday in Wisconsin, Tennessee and Georgia.

  112. Will Florida, the Recount State, Be Ready for the Election? National, October 20

    Elections supervisors say the hard-earned lessons of the 2000 presidential recount and other messes have taught them well. But the challenges are already apparent.

  113. Democrats Gain in Georgia Senate Races as Presidential Race Remains Tied Upshot, October 20

    Our latest survey shows a shift toward Biden among college-educated white voters, but surprising Trump gains among nonwhite voters.

  114. ‘Tengo un poco de miedo’: el desastroso historial de los recuentos electorales en Florida despierta dudas entre los votantes en Español, October 20

    Los supervisores electorales aseguran que han aprendido las difíciles lecciones del recuento presidencial de 2000 y otros desastres. Pero los retos son evidentes.

  115. A Pivotal Senate Race in North Carolina Podcasts, October 20

    The contest in the purple state could determine which party controls the chamber. And if the stakes weren’t high enough, the battle has suddenly convulsed.

  116. After 2 Hurricanes, Lake Charles Fears Its Cries for Help Have Gone Unheard National, October 20

    The city was shredded by Hurricanes Laura and Delta. But the needs of Lake Charles have been overlooked in a year of disaster and unrest.

  117. ‘Nunca esperé perder mi libertad’: trabajadores inmigrantes de una empresa de tomates fueron confinados en granjas en Español, October 19

    Se ha prohibido a los trabajadores temporales que salgan, a menos que sean desplazamientos controlados para evitar que contraigan o propaguen la COVID-19. “Es una violación de nuestros derechos”, dijo uno de ellos.

  118. Seven Charged in Flying Squirrel Trafficking Ring, Florida Officials Say Express, October 19

    The scheme involved thousands of flying squirrels that were captured in less than three years and were exported to Asia, the officials said.

  119. Cruise Ship Rescues 24 People From Sinking Boat Off Florida Coast Express, October 19

    The Carnival Sensation, which was sailing with no guests and a skeleton crew, found the boat in distress 37 miles off the coast of Palm Beach.

  120. I Am Watching My Planet, My Home, Die Op Ed, October 19

    Our world cannot survive four more years of the Trump administration’s environmental policy.

  121. Behind in Polls, Republicans See a Silver Lining in Voter Registrations Politics, October 19

    Democrats lead in overall numbers, as well as early voting, but voter registration gains in three critical states have given Republicans a cause for hope.

  122. Videos Show Long Voting Lines in Florida Video, October 19

    Monday was the first day of early voting across Florida, and voters were met with lengthy wait times at the polls.

  123. Migrant Workers Restricted to Farms Under One Grower’s Virus Lockdown National, October 19

    The guest workers have been prevented from all but carefully controlled trips to avoid contracting or spreading Covid-19. ‘I never expected to lose my freedom,’ said one.

  124. How Prepared Are These 7 Battlegrounds for the Election? A Readiness Report Politics, October 19

    Short on money and under enormous pressure, many swing states are still trying to shore up a democratic process challenged daily by court cases, new laws and surges in the coronavirus.

  125. The Election Isn’t Doomed … Yet Editorial, October 19

    Inside the intricate legal battle to make sure every vote counts in 2020.

  126. Man Sentenced to Life Over Theft of Hedge Clippers Is Granted Parole Express, October 17

    Before 2017, a person in Louisiana could be sentenced to life in prison after receiving a fourth nonviolent conviction under the state’s habitual offender law.

  127. At Least 3 Injured in Explosion at Virginia Strip Mall Express, October 17

    The shopping center was a “complete loss,” a city official said. The cause of the explosion was unknown.

  128. At Least 3 Injured in Explosion at Virginia Strip Mall Express, October 17

    The shopping center was a “complete loss,” a city official said. The cause of the explosion was unknown.

  129. Despite Everything, People Still Have Weddings at ‘Plantation’ Sites Styles, October 17

    Weddings help pay for education at American labor camp sites and connect us with history. Is that good enough?

  130. Georgia at a Tipping Point Politics, October 16

    After several near misses, Democrats can taste victory in Georgia — and Republicans fear President Trump’s lackluster numbers may drag down the party’s Senate candidates with him.

  131. Community College Enrollment Is Way Down National, October 16

    Like way, way down. That could harm millions of Black, Latino and low-income students who enter the higher education system through the system.

  132. Man Arrested in Killing of Thomas Jefferson Byrd Express, October 16

    The 70-year-old Tony-nominated actor, who appeared in numerous films by the director Spike Lee, was found dead in Atlanta from multiple gunshot wounds on Oct. 3.

  133. Trump Campaign Lawyers Are Aiding a Leading Proponent of QAnon Politics, October 16

    A firm started by a group of Trump lawyers highlights the campaign’s connections to the false conspiracy theory and reinforces how deeply it has taken hold in the Republican Party.

  134. Max Osceola Jr., Seminole Tribal Leader, Dies at 70 Obits, October 16

    He helped his tribe go from operating roadside bingo games to owning the Hard Rock chain, ushering in an era of prosperity. He died of the coronavirus.

  135. How Many Plants Have We Wiped Out? Here Are 5 Extinction Stories Science, October 16

    Botanists have laid out evidence that dozens of North American trees, herbs, plants and shrubs have gone extinct since European settlers arrived.

  136. Nick Saban Is Being Tested for the Virus. The Runaway Train of College Football Keeps Rolling. Sports, October 16

    As games are postponed and coronavirus outbreaks spike on campuses, nothing seems capable of stopping the juggernaut, regardless of the consequences.

  137. Two Park Police Officers Face Manslaughter Charges in Virginia Shooting Express, October 16

    After Bijan Ghaisar’s Jeep was hit by another vehicle in 2017, he left and failed to pull over for the police. “None of that should have led to his death,” a prosecutor said.

  138. Bernard Cohen, Lawyer in Landmark Mixed-Marriage Case, Dies at 86 Obits, October 15

    With Philip J. Hirschkop, he brought Loving v. Virginia to the Supreme Court, which struck down laws against interracial marriages.

  139. What Happened in the Trump and Biden Town Halls: Full Analysis Interactive, October 15

    President Trump and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. appeared in simultaneous town-hall-style events on NBC and ABC, after Mr. Trump rejected the previously scheduled debate. Follow our analysis of both of the broadcasts.

  140. NBC, Under Fire for Trump Event, Faces a Big Test and Bad Memories Business, October 15

    Rachel Maddow of MSNBC criticized the decision to air the town hall opposite ABC’s Biden forum tonight. NBC stars and producers also objected as Savannah Guthrie prepared to moderate.

  141. Lindsey Graham Leads Jaime Harrison in South Carolina Race, Poll Shows Politics, October 15

    Mr. Graham, in a tough fight for re-election, is ahead by six percentage points, a Times/Siena College poll shows. President Trump leads Joseph R. Biden Jr. by eight points in a state he won by 14 in 2016.

  142. Tonight’s Dueling Town Halls: How to Watch Politics, October 15

    President Trump and Joe Biden will appear at simultaneous televised forums on Thursday night, starting at 8 p.m. Eastern time.

  143. Tonight’s Dueling Town Halls: How to Watch Politics, October 15

    President Trump and Joe Biden will appear at simultaneous televised forums on Thursday night, starting at 8 p.m. Eastern time.

  144. ‘Freedia Got a Gun’ Review: A Musician Makes a Call to Action Culture, October 15

    In this documentary, the performer Big Freedia tackles the epidemic of gun violence in New Orleans.

  145. Federal Judge Strikes Down Waiting Period for Abortion in Tennessee Express, October 14

    The ruling, which called the state’s 48-hour waiting period “gratuitously demeaning,” came at a pivotal moment for abortion access, as the Senate considers Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court.

  146. Strong results for Biden in the Sun Belt. The Upshot, October 14

  147. My Brother Died and Reminded Me of These Life Lessons Op Ed, October 14

    I went home to celebrate Frederick’s glorious life and was forced to reflect on my own.

  148. Why Students Can’t Get Laptops N Y T Now, October 14

    A surge in worldwide demand for low-cost laptops has created shipment delays and pitted desperate schools against one another.

  149. North Carolina Voters Distrust Trump and Tillis, Poll Finds, Imperiling G.O.P. Politics, October 14

    President Trump trails Joseph R. Biden Jr. by four points in the latest Times/Siena survey of North Carolina, and Senator Thom Tillis is lagging behind his Democratic challenger in a crucial Senate race.

  150. $1.325 Million Homes in Connecticut, California and South Carolina Real Estate, October 14

    A Gothic Revival mansion in Old Lyme, a two-story condo in San Francisco and a 19th-century clapboard house in Charleston.