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  1. Pandemic Teacher Shortages Imperil In-Person Schooling National, Today

    The nation’s schools need thousands of more teachers, full-time and substitute, to keep classrooms open during coronavirus outbreaks.

  2. Lincoln Knew in 1838 What 2021 Would Bring Op Ed, Yesterday

    Before Jefferson Davis there was John C. Calhoun. What rougher beasts do Trump, Hawley and Cruz prefigure?

  3. Tennessee Fires Football Coach Amid Investigation Sports, Yesterday

    Coach Jeremy Pruitt and nine members of his football program’s staff were fired after ongoing investigations into the team’s recruitment practices showed violations of N.C.A.A. rules.

  4. Gun Rights Rally in Richmond Draws Small Crowd Video, Yesterday

    Virginia’s State Capitol building was surrounded by police officers and news reporters, who outnumbered the small knots of heavily armed gun-rights supporters.

  5. The Words of Martin Luther King Jr. Reverberate in a Tumultuous Time National, Yesterday

    Dr. King’s speeches have particular resonance today amid a year of sickness and death, Black Lives Matter protests and the storming of the Capitol.

  6. Drew Brees Considering Retirement After Playoff Ouster Sports, January 17

    Brees, 42, said he will weigh ending his 20-year career after the Saints’ loss to Tom Brady’s Buccaneers in the divisional round.

  7. One Year, 400,000 Coronavirus Deaths: How the U.S. Guaranteed Its Own Failure National, January 17

    After the White House declined to pursue a unified national strategy, governors faced off against lobbyists, health experts and a restless public consumed by misinformation.

  8. Black Music Has a New Home in Nashville Op Ed, January 17

    The National Museum of African American Music is opening in the capital of country music. And that’s exactly where it belongs.

  9. Twitter temporarily suspends Marjorie Taylor Greene’s personal account. Washington, January 17

    Twitter temporarily suspends Marjorie Taylor Greene’s personal account.

  10. True-Crime Podcast Puts Spotlight on Irish Coach Accused of Abuse Foreign, January 17

    The Irish police are investigating accusations that George Gibney, a former swim coach for Ireland now living in the United States, sexually abused two swimmers who came forward after hearing the podcast about him.

  11. Raphael Warnock and the Legacy of Racial Tyranny Editorial, January 17

    His victory in the Georgia Senate runoff made history, and also echoed it.

  12. How to Celebrate Martin Luther King’s Birthday in 2021 At Home, January 16

    Here are ways to commemorate Dr. King’s legacy, whether you want to commit to a day of service or learn about the history of the civil rights movement.

  13. NASA’s Mega Rocket to the Moon Faces Setback After Test Science, January 16

    A test firing of the engines of the Space Launch System was halted after only about a minute, meaning NASA astronauts may have to wait longer before setting foot on the moon again.

  14. The Call for a Black Migration to the South Letters, January 16

    Readers discuss an excerpt from a book by Charles M. Blow proposing that Black Americans return to the South.

  15. A Ray of Hope in a Slimy Southern Cave Op Ed, January 16

    Residents in the South are coming together to protect their underground ecosystems.

  16. Post Trump, Republicans Are Headed for a Bitter Internal Showdown Politics, January 16

    G.O.P. leadership would like to blunt President Trump’s influence over the party. Mr. Trump and his allies want to punish those who have crossed him. A series of clashes looms.

  17. Atlanta Prosecutor Appears to Move Closer to Trump Inquiry Politics, January 15

    The Fulton County district attorney is weighing an inquiry into possible election interference and is said to be considering hiring an outside counsel.

  18. Tom Lankford, 85, Dies; Southern Journalist With Divided Loyalties Obits, January 15

    He took memorable photographs of the civil rights movement for The Birmingham News. But behind the scenes he was building dubious relationships with law enforcement.

  19. The State of the Virus This Week: A Milestone Looms Interactive, January 15

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  20. Parents Sue Louisiana Sheriff and Deputies Over Autistic Son’s Death Express, January 15

    According to the lawsuit, Eric Parsa, a 16-year-old with severe autism, died after deputies sat on him — one after another — for a total of nine minutes while trying to restrain him.

  21. Big Tech Has Helped Trash America Op Ed, January 15

    The chaos of the last two weeks offers an opportunity to rethink the role of technology in our lives.

  22. Ted Lumpkin Jr., a Tuskegee Airman, Dies at 100 Obits, January 14

    In World War II, he was among a barrier-shattering group of Black pilots and support personnel. He died of complications of Covid-19.

  23. Jaime Harrison Is Biden’s Pick for Next D.N.C. Chair Politics, January 14

    Mr. Harrison, a veteran of South Carolina politics, was the Democratic nominee against Senator Lindsey Graham and shattered fund-raising records in the race.

  24. They Can’t Leave the Bay Area Fast Enough Sunday Business, January 14

    As a tech era draws to an end, more workers and companies are packing up. What comes next?

  25. They Can’t Leave the Bay Area Fast Enough Sunday Business, January 14

    As a tech era draws to an end, more workers and companies are packing up. What comes next?

  26. Julia Letlow, whose husband died of Covid-19 before being sworn into Congress, will run for the seat. Washington, January 14

  27. Julia Letlow, whose husband died of Covid-19 before being sworn into Congress, will run for the seat. Washington, January 14

  28. ‘Some Kind of Heaven’ Review: Hardly an Idle Retirement Weekend, January 14

    This documentary co-produced by The New York Times visits a retirement community the size of a small city.

  29. Man Who Sat on Death Row Is Cleared After Bite-Mark Evidence Is Doubted Express, January 14

    Eddie Lee Howard of Mississippi spent more than two decades in prison, but the evidence used to convict him in a 1992 killing is no longer considered reliable.

  30. A Trump-aligned pick for U.S. attorney in Georgia dismissed the president’s claims of election fraud. Washington, January 13

    “There’s just nothing to them,” the acting top prosecutor, Bobby L. Christine, said of the claims according to a recording of a conference call.

  31. In Georgia, Trump’s Attacks on Election Still Haunt Republicans Politics, January 12

    In the aftermath of President Trump’s efforts to subvert the election, state officials face harassment and threats, and a district attorney is weighing an inquiry into the president’s actions.

  32. Alabama Fans and Ohio State Fans, and Reveling During a Pandemic Sports, January 12

    The immediate winner of college football’s national championship was easy to discern by the crowds after the game. The health consequences are yet to be seen.

  33. Citing Taylor Swift, Supreme Court Seems Set to Back Nominal Damages Suits Washington, January 12

    Three justices discussed the singer in a case over whether two students could sue their college for violating their First Amendment rights.

  34. Doctor’s Death After Covid Vaccine Is Being Investigated Science, January 12

    A Florida physician developed an unusual blood disorder shortly after he received the Pfizer vaccine. It is not yet known if the shot is linked to the illness.

  35. Masters Tournament Will Allow Limited Number of Fans to Attend Sports, January 12

    After hosting the 2020 event without spectators in November, six months delayed from its usual spring date, Augusta National Golf Club announced it would restore some tradition.

  36. Air Cargo Construction Is Booming, Thanks to Amazon Business, January 12

    Airports across the United States are devoting more space to freight shipments as online shopping surges in the pandemic.

  37. How Martin Luther King Jr.’s Imprisonment Changed American Politics Forever Book Review, January 12

    Stephen and Paul Kendrick’s “Nine Days” recounts a brief episode of the civil rights movement that had a surprisingly lasting impact.

  38. State Capitols ‘on High Alert,’ Fearing More Violence National, January 11

    Officials around the country are bracing for any spillover from last week’s violent assault on the U.S. Capitol. State legislatures already have become targets for protesters in recent days.

  39. Someone Wrote ‘Trump’ on a Florida Manatee Express, January 11

    Wildlife authorities are investigating and said that the harassment of the manatee is illegal under state and federal laws.

  40. What Did Museum Sign Up For: Exhibition or Investigation? Culture, January 11

    As part of an exhibition at Miami Dade College’s art museum, Forensic Architecture planned to examine the treatment of migrant children at a nearby facility. The pandemic is only one reason that never happened.

  41. When an I.Q. Score Is a Death Sentence Op Ed, January 11

    The Supreme Court declared it was unconstitutional to execute intellectually disabled people. On Thursday, we’re set to do it anyway.

  42. Two Men Are Accused of Stealing Skulls From Florida Cemetery Express, January 11

    The men said that they took the skulls to use in religious practices of Palo Mayombe, an African-Caribbean religion related to Santeria, according to the authorities.

  43. A Miami Market Where the Fish Fly Dining, January 11

    Plaza Seafood is a hub of sounds, sustenance and a sense of community that are more in demand than ever during the pandemic.

  44. Memphis Police Officer Is Charged With Kidnapping and Murder Express, January 11

    Patric Ferguson, who had been with the department for over two years, kidnapped a man in the back of a squad car and shot him, the authorities said.

  45. A Long, Lonesome Look at America Travel, January 11

    Alone on a 10,000-mile road trip across the United States, a Times journalist found an America cloaked in solitude — and a country on edge.

  46. Lies, Damn Lies, and Georgia Op Ed, January 11

    The election of Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff is a clear message: The South truly is changing.

  47. For Pro Athlete Leading Social Justice Push, a Victory and Uncertainty Sports, January 11

    Elizabeth Williams of the Atlanta Dream helped galvanize opposition to one of her team’s owners, Senator Kelly Loeffler, who has criticized Black Lives Matter. But the Capitol riot underscored the work ahead.

  48. For Pro Athlete Leading Social Justice Push, a Victory and Uncertainty Sports, January 11

    Elizabeth Williams of the Atlanta Dream helped galvanize opposition to one of her team’s owners, Senator Kelly Loeffler, who has criticized Black Lives Matter. But the Capitol riot underscored the work ahead.

  49. What to Watch as Alabama Plays Ohio State for the College Football Playoff Title Sports, January 11

    The Crimson Tide and the Buckeyes will face off for the national championship in a season that scuttled to the finish line amid relentless coronavirus throes.

  50. Boy, 12, Killed After Hand Grenade Bought at an Antique Mall Explodes Express, January 10

    Officials said that more of the World War II-era grenades, which had been thought to be inactive, may have been sold this summer at an antique mall in North Carolina.

  51. ‘It Became Sort of Lawless’: Florida Vaccine Rollout Turns Into a Free-for-All National, January 10

    Florida decided people 65 and older should get the coronavirus vaccine first. But demand has overwhelmed supply, and people are frustrated.

  52. Despite Chaos and Big Losses, Republicans Still Control Most of Georgia Politics, January 10

    Democrats had huge breakthroughs in winning the presidential vote and two Senate runoff elections. But power in the state’s government largely remains in the hands of Republicans.

  53. Despite Chaos and Big Losses, Republicans Still Control Most of Georgia National, January 10

    Democrats had huge breakthroughs in winning the presidential vote and two Senate runoff elections. But power in the state’s government largely remains in the hands of Republicans.

  54. N.C.A.A. President Seeks Delay on Vote to Let Students Profit From Fame Sports, January 9

    Facing pressure from the Justice Department, the N.C.A.A. president “strongly recommended” postponing a crucial decision, almost certainly extending a protracted debate.

  55. Georgia Officials Reveal Third Trump Call Seeking to Influence Election Results National, January 9

    In a December call, President Trump told a Georgia election investigator that the official would be a “national hero” for finding evidence of fraud. White House officials’ pressure on the federal prosecutor in Atlanta to resign was also revealed.

  56. Derrick Evans, a West Virginia legislator who stormed the Capitol, has resigned. Washington, January 9

    Like many other members of the pro-Trump mob, Mr. Evans made no effort to conceal his involvement.

  57. The Myth of American Innocence Editorial, January 9

    The Capitol attack shows the danger of forgetting America’s history.

  58. In Michigan, a Dress Rehearsal for the Chaos at the Capitol on Wednesday National, January 9

    In April, armed protesters crowded into the State Capitol in Michigan. Frightened lawmakers saw echoes of that day in Wednesday’s deadly riot at the Capitol in Washington.

  59. An 11th-Hour Approval for Major Changes to Medicaid in Tennessee Upshot, January 8

    The Trump administration’s move, which Biden could eventually reverse, would loosen program rules and cap the state’s funding as part of a block grant.

  60. Vaccine Demand Has Health Officials Turning to Eventbrite Express, January 8

    Public health officials are using Eventbrite’s online ticketing platform to schedule shots. But appointments are still hard to find, and not everyone knows how to use the website.

  61. The State of the Virus This Week Interactive, January 8

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  62. We Need a Second Great Migration Op Ed, January 8

    Georgia illuminates the path to Black power. It lies in the South. Follow me there.

  63. The 46th: The End of Trump or the End of American Democracy? Op Ed, January 8

    In the wake of the attack on the Capitol, Michelle Cottle joins Ross and Michelle to look at what comes next.

  64. ‘Hateful’ Tweet About Stacey Abrams Costs University Football Coach His Job Express, January 8

    The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga said that it had parted ways with Chris Malone, an offensive line coach, over a now-deleted social media post.

  65. We’ve Seen the Ugly Truth About America Op Ed, January 7

    But if the Democrats dare to use their power, a brave new world might be possible.

  66. Why Warnock and Ossoff Won in Georgia Upshot, January 7

    Far more people of both parties voted than usual in a runoff, but the Democratic turnout was stronger, largely because of Black voters.

  67. A Democratic Triumph in Georgia, Overshadowed by Right-Wing Violence in Washington Politics, January 6

    One January day encapsulated the politics of progress and grievance that have defined the presidency of Donald Trump.

  68. Loeffler Reverses Plan to Object to Georgia Election Results Video, January 6

    Senator Kelly Loeffler, who lost a Senate runoff race in Georgia, decided not to object to election results Wednesday night after Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol.

  69. Trump’s Real Claim to Fame Op Ed, January 6

    When it comes to the president, there can never be enough losing.

  70. West Virginia Lawmaker Among Those Who Stormed U.S. Capitol National, January 6

    The lawmaker, Derrick Evans, posted a video showing himself in the crowd rushing into the building.

  71. Messages in the Democratic Sweep in Georgia Letters, January 6

    Readers react to the news that Democrats will get control of the Senate.

  72. Rosemary Collins, Singer and Choir Director, Dies at 51 Obits, January 6

    Her tastes ran from Meat Loaf to Mozart and she brought that spirit of eclecticism to her jobs in schools and a church. She died of complications of the coronavirus.

  73. For Democrats in Georgia, ‘There’s No Going Back’ Politics, January 6

    The two Democratic victories in the Senate runoffs confirmed that Georgia’s metamorphosis from conservative bastion to battleground state was complete.

  74. Police Chief Who Resigned After Fatal Shooting Will Lead Louisville Department National, January 6

    Erika Shields, who stepped down after the killing of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta, will arrive in a city still gripped by the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor, which led to national cries for accountability.

  75. Stacey Abrams se propuso convertir a Georgia en un estado demócrata hace diez años. Está por conseguirlo en Español, January 6

    La exlíder de la minoría de la Cámara de Representantes del estado ha pasado una década construyendo una infraestructura política para el Partido Demócrata en Georgia.

  76. Un giro demócrata en Georgia en Español, January 6

    Warnock derrota a Loeffler en Georgia, y Ossoff lleva impulso al contarse los últimos votos.

  77. Democrats Win Both Georgia Races to Gain Control of Senate Politics, January 6

    Victories by Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock, which were overshadowed by violence from Trump supporters in Washington, will reshape the balance of power in Congress.

  78. A Democratic Twist in Georgia Politics, January 6

    Joe Biden appears close to having a friendly Senate majority: This is your morning tip sheet.

  79. A Historic Night in Georgia Podcasts, January 6

    As the results from two highly anticipated runoff elections roll in, control of the Senate appears to be within reach for the Democrats.

  80. Warnock Beats Loeffler in Georgia Senate Race Politics, January 5

    The victory is a landmark breakthrough for African-Americans in politics. Mr. Warnock becomes the first Black Democrat to be elected to the Senate from the South.

  81. Un ataque a la democracia desde el interior de la Casa Blanca en Español, January 6

    El intento del presidente Trump para revertir las elecciones que perdió ha trascendido la mera descarga de agravios y corre el riesgo de dañar la democracia estadounidense que está encargado de defender.

  82. Warnock pledges to fight for all Georgians. Washington, January 6

  83. Raphael Warnock’s Win Is One for the History Books Politics, January 5

    A Baptist preacher born and raised in Georgia, he will become his state’s first Black senator, breaking a barrier with distinct meaning in American politics.

  84. Lawyer on Trump Election Call Quits Firm After Uproar Washington, January 5

    The law firm, Foley & Lardner, had distanced itself from Cleta Mitchell after a recording of the call revealed she helped the president pressure Georgia elections officials.

  85. Final Georgia Runoff Results Not Likely Until Wednesday Video, January 5

    Gabriel Sterling, a Georgia election official, said shortly before the polls were to close that there would most likely not be a final count of the votes until Wednesday afternoon.

  86. How Trump’s Fraud Claims Could Hurt the Georgia Republican Candidates Politics, January 5

    As the president pursues his own agenda, the fallout could have longstanding repercussions in a state where Republicans have dominated for years.

  87. As the Polls Close, Here’s What We Know About the Voting in Georgia Politics, January 5

    Voting has appeared to unfold without any major problems in Georgia on Tuesday. Democrats may have claimed a bigger share of the early vote than they did in November’s election, election data shows.

  88. ‘This Vote Matters More Than Anything’: Ballots Are Cast in High-Stakes Runoffs National, January 5

    The stakes were clear: This vote could help set the country’s direction for the next two years. Some wanted a Senate that would back Joe Biden. Others sought a “balance of power.”

  89. Virginia Election Results: Eighth Congressional District Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Virginia election.

  90. Georgia Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, January 5

    Estimates from exit polls offer an initial indication of how groups voted on election night.

  91. Virginia Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, January 5

    Estimates from exit polls offer an initial indication of how groups voted on election night.

  92. Florida Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, January 5

    Estimates from exit polls offer an initial indication of how groups voted on election night.

  93. Virginia Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Virginia election.

  94. Tennessee Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, January 5

    Estimates from exit polls offer an initial indication of how groups voted on election night.

  95. Tennessee Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Tennessee election.

  96. Virginia Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Virginia election.

  97. Florida Amendment 2 Election Results: Raise Minimum Wage Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Florida election.

  98. West Virginia Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the West Virginia election.

  99. Florida Amendment 3 Election Results: Establish Top-Two Open Primary System Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Florida election.

  100. South Carolina Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, January 5

    Estimates from exit polls offer an initial indication of how groups voted on election night.

  101. West Virginia Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the West Virginia election.

  102. North Carolina Exit Polls: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, January 5

    Estimates from exit polls offer an initial indication of how groups voted on election night.

  103. South Carolina Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, January 5

    Estimates from exit polls offer an initial indication of how groups voted on election night.

  104. Louisiana Amendment 1 Election Results: State That Abortion Is Not a Right Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Louisiana election.

  105. Louisiana Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, January 5

    Estimates from exit polls offer an initial indication of how groups voted on election night.

  106. Tennessee Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Tennessee election.

  107. Mississippi Statewide Measure 3 Election Results: Approve a Redesigned State Flag Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Mississippi election.

  108. Tennessee Election Results: Seventh Congressional District Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Tennessee election.

  109. South Carolina Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the South Carolina election.

  110. Mississippi Statewide Measure 1B Election Results: Allow Medical Marijuana Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Mississippi election.

  111. Georgia Election Results Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Georgia elections.

  112. ¿Quién ganó en Georgia? Te decimos cuándo habrá resultados de la segunda vuelta por el Senado en Español, January 5

    Si todo sale bien, los resultados podrían darse muy tarde el martes o el miércoles temprano. Pero no hay garantías.

  113. Georgia Senate Runoff Election Results Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Georgia Senate runoff elections.

  114. Georgia Runoff Results: Loeffler vs. Warnock Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Georgia Senate runoff special election.

  115. Election Needles: Georgia Senate Runoffs Interactive, January 5

    Modeling the Senate runoff election results.

  116. Georgia Runoff Results: Perdue vs. Ossoff Interactive, January 5

    See full results and maps from the Georgia Senate runoff election.

  117. Prepping for the Apocalypse, the Biblical Way Op Ed, January 5

    In a small town in Kentucky, an immense replica of Noah’s ark looms over the countryside.

  118. Ark of the Apocalypse Video, January 5

    In a small town in Kentucky, an immense replica of Noah’s ark looms over the countryside.

  119. Trump Still Says He Won. What Happens Next? Editorial, January 5

    A republic works only when the losers of elections accept the results and the legitimacy of their opponents.

  120. When Will We Know Who Won the Georgia Runoffs? Politics, January 5

    If all goes smoothly, the races could be called late Tuesday or early Wednesday. But that’s far from guaranteed.

  121. El dilema de Pence: entre la Constitución y su jefe en Español, January 5

    El vicepresidente presidirá la sesión del miércoles cuando el Congreso se reúna para ratificar la victoria de Joe Biden. El presidente Trump todavía parece tener la esperanza de que su leal número dos cambie el resultado.

  122. It’s a Fateful Day in Georgia Politics, January 5

    Who will control the Senate? The answer is set to finally arrive. This is your morning tip sheet.

  123. Who’s on the Ballot in Georgia? Politics, January 5

    It’s Loeffler vs. Warnock and Perdue against Ossoff. Here’s a quick look at the candidates whose contests will determine control of the Senate.

  124. The Georgia Runoffs, Part 2: ‘I Have Zero Confidence in My Vote’ Podcasts, January 5

    Republicans have typically done well in runoff elections in the state. Will President Trump’s attacks on the electoral system change that?

  125. Georgia Senate Runoffs: What to Watch For Politics, January 5

    Control of the Senate is at stake. The candidates have shattered spending records. President Trump hovers over the two contests. Here is what we’re keeping an eye on as voters head to the polls.

  126. Can Only Republicans Legitimately Win Elections? Op Ed, January 5

    Trump and many of the G.O.P.’s leaders seem to think so, with ominous consequences for the future.

  127. Will the Democrats Win in Georgia? Op Ed, January 5

    The growth of the Atlanta area and the efforts to protect African-Americans’ voting rights have transformed the state’s political landscape.

  128. Elección al Senado en Georgia: lo que necesitas saber en Español, January 5

    En una crucial votación se decidirán las últimas dos curules del Senado en Estados Unidos.

  129. As Georgians Prepare to Vote, Trump Interference Draws Rebuke Politics, January 4

    A top election official condemned President Trump’s baseless attacks on voting integrity, as the president and Joe Biden rallied support for their candidates in the crucial Senate runoffs.

  130. How to Follow the Georgia Senate Runoffs Politics, January 5

    The New York Times will provide live coverage of two races in Georgia that will determine control of the Senate.

  131. Trump, in Georgia Before Tuesday’s Election, Can’t Let Go of the Last One Washington, January 4

    At a rally that was supposed to bolster the fortunes of two Republican runoff candidates, the president instead turned the event into a lecture filled with conspiracy theories and personal attacks.

  132. A Georgia election official debunked Trump’s claims of voter fraud, point by point. Business, January 4

    Here are the explanations from the official, Gabriel Sterling, that rebut more than a dozen of the president’s false assertions.

  133. Biden Campaigns in Georgia on Eve of Senate Runoffs Video, January 4

    President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. campaigned in Atlanta on Monday on behalf of the two Democratic candidates, Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock, for Georgia’s Senate runoff election on Tuesday.

  134. To Defend Democracy, Investigate Trump Op Ed, January 4

    There needs to be a cost to trying to overthrow an election.

  135. Pence’s Choice: Side With the Constitution or His Boss Washington, January 4

    The vice president will preside on Wednesday when Congress convenes to ratify Joe Biden’s victory. President Trump still seems to hold out hope that his loyal No. 2 could change the outcome.

  136. Trump Lawyer on Call Is a Conservative Firebrand Aiding His Push to Overturn Election Washington, January 4

    Cleta Mitchell had been quietly helping President Trump’s attempt to subvert the election results when the recording of him pressuring Georgia elections officials was revealed.

  137. As Georgians Prepare to Vote, Trump Interference Draws Rebuke Politics, January 4

    A top election official condemned President Trump’s baseless attacks on voting integrity, as the president and Joe Biden rallied support for their candidates in the crucial Senate runoffs.

  138. How the Republican Party Went Feral Op Ed, January 4

    Democracy is now threatened by malevolent tribalism.

  139. Pence’s Choice: Side With the Constitution or His Boss Washington, January 4

    The vice president will preside on Wednesday when Congress convenes to ratify Joe Biden’s victory. President Trump still seems to hold out hope that his loyal No. 2 could change the outcome.

  140. Trump’s Push to Undo Election Result Divides His Media Allies Business, January 4

    The hosts of “Fox & Friends” warn of “anarchy” and say they have not seen evidence of fraud, while a Fox News colleague, Mark Levin, says the Constitution is being “destroyed” by Democrats and the media.

  141. Trump’s Push to Undo Election Result Divides His Media Allies Business, January 4

    The hosts of “Fox & Friends” warn of “anarchy” and say they have not seen evidence of fraud, while a Fox News colleague, Mark Levin, says the Constitution is being “destroyed” by Democrats and the media.

  142. What We Know About the Voting in Georgia So Far Politics, January 4

    Democrats may have claimed a bigger share of the early vote than they did in November’s election, election data shows. Some early votes may be counted more quickly on election night.

  143. An Insurgency From Inside the Oval Office Washington, January 4

    President Trump’s effort to overturn the election he lost has gone beyond mere venting of grievances at the risk of damaging the very American democracy he is charged with defending.

  144. In Georgia, Pro Teams Dive Into Senate Races With Different Playbooks Sports, January 4

    The W.N.B.A.’s Atlanta Dream backed a candidate for the Senate running directly against a co-owner of the team; the N.F.L.’s Atlanta Falcons promoted voter participation in general.

  145. Trump Wants to ‘Find’ Votes in Georgia Letters, January 4

    Readers decry the president’s phone call to Georgia’s secretary of state and efforts in Congress to overturn the Electoral College vote.

  146. An Insurgency From Inside the Oval Office Washington, January 4

    President Trump’s effort to overturn the election he lost has gone beyond mere venting of grievances at the risk of damaging the very American democracy he is charged with defending.

  147. Al teléfono, Trump presionó a un funcionario de Georgia para ‘encontrar’ votos que anularan las elecciones en Español, January 4

    El presidente hizo una vaga alusión a un “delito penal” cuando presionaba al secretario de Estado Brad Raffensperger, según una grabación de la llamada.

  148. The Georgia Runoffs, Part 1: ‘We Are Black Diamonds’ Podcasts, January 4

    Black voters will be integral to Democratic success in the upcoming Senate races. We speak to Stacey Abrams and LaTosha Brown, two Black women who are leading the charge in mobilizing the vote.

  149. Phone Calls, Texts and Tinder — Georgia Campaigns Court Young Voters National, January 4

    As vast resources and hundreds of millions of dollars have been pumped into Georgia for the Senate runoffs, few groups have been as vigorously pursued as the state’s young voters.

  150. ¿Qué tanto te contagiaste de coronavirus? en Español, January 4

    El seguimiento de las cargas virales puede ayudar a gestionar mejor los recursos de hospitalización para los pacientes con coronavirus.