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  1. An E.V. Start-Up Backed by UPS Does Away With the Assembly Line Business, Today

    Arrival, a developer of electric vans and buses, says it has come up with a cheaper way to build vehicles in small factories. But can it deliver on that promise?

  2. $650,000 Homes in South Carolina, Nebraska and New Jersey Real Estate, Today

    A 1945 cottage in Charleston, a two-bedroom condo in an industrial loft in Omaha and a converted stone church in Bernardsville.

  3. What You Get for $650,000 Slideshow, Today

    A 1945 cottage in Charleston, S.C.; a two-bedroom condo in an industrial loft in Omaha; and a converted stone church in Bernardsville, N.J.

  4. G.O.P. Anti-Protester Bills Include Immunity for Hitting Them With Cars Politics, Today

    As the nation reacts to the guilty verdict a jury handed to Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd, Republican-led states are introducing punitive new measures governing protests.

  5. Senators Debating Federal Voting Laws Scrutinize Georgia Statute Washington, Yesterday

    Democrats pushing a giant federal elections overhaul summoned leaders from the state, which has passed new voting restrictions, to spar over Republican efforts.

  6. Senators Debating Federal Voting Laws Scrutinize Georgia Statue Washington, Yesterday

    Democrats pushing a giant federal elections overhaul summoned leaders from the state, which has passed new voting restrictions, to spar over Republican efforts.

  7. Florida Voting Restrictions Bill Clears Hurdle in Legislature Politics, Yesterday

    The bill, which was recently softened, still includes measures like a ban on outside groups giving water to voters near polling places, and it would also empower partisan observers during the ballot-counting process.

  8. Georgia Faith Leaders Urge Boycott of Home Depot Over Voting Law Business, Yesterday

    Black religious leaders representing more than 1,000 churches in the state issued a “warning shot” for other Republican-led states that are trying to limit voting access.

  9. The Improvement Association, Chapter Three: The Ballad of the Nursing Home Ballots Podcasts, Yesterday

    Which stories stick?

  10. With Search Ending, 13 Are Likely Dead After Boat Capsized in Gulf Express, April 19

    The Seacor Power, a lift boat carrying 19 people, capsized last week, eight miles from a Louisiana port in stormy weather. Six crew members were quickly rescued. The bodies of five others have been recovered.

  11. Harris visits North Carolina to promote Biden’s infrastructure plan, saying it will create ‘good jobs.’ Washington, April 19

    The vice president discussed a $20 billion investment the administration is proposing to convert the country’s entire fleet of gasoline and diesel-powered school buses to electric vehicles.

  12. There’s a Booming Business in America’s Forests. Some Aren’t Happy About It. Climate, April 19

    The fuel pellet industry is thriving. Supporters see it as a climate-friendly source of rural jobs. For others, it’s a polluter and destroyer of nature.

  13. We Were Born to Be Wild Op Ed, April 19

    Earth Day is a reminder that we are living creatures all the same.

  14. As New Police Reform Laws Sweep Across the U.S., Some Ask: Are They Enough? Investigative, April 18

    States have passed over 140 police oversight bills since the killing of George Floyd, increasing accountability and overhauling rules on the use of force. But the calls for change continue.

  15. A Bobcat Attacks, and a Husband Swings Into Action Express, April 18

    Kristi Wade credits her husband, Happy Wade, with saving her life when a rabid bobcat attacked her in their North Carolina driveway.

  16. Ron DeSantis Is the Republican Autopsy Op Ed, April 17

    As their theory of how to move past Donald Trump, G.O.P. insiders have the governor of Florida.

  17. Danica Roem, a Pathbreaking Lawmaker, on the Fight for Trans Rights Politics, April 17

    Ms. Roem, a Virginia delegate who in 2018 became the first openly transgender legislator in the country, spoke with The Times about Republicans’ anti-trans crusade and how Democrats can push back.

  18. S.U.V. Driver Jumps a Rising Drawbridge in Florida Express, April 16

    The Daytona Beach Police Department said the jump, which was captured on video, was the second in the past few weeks.

  19. S.U.V. Driver Jumps a Rising Drawbridge in Florida Express, April 16

    The Daytona Beach Police Department said the jump, which was captured on video, was the second in the past few weeks.

  20. Driver Jumps S.U.V. Across Drawbridge in Daytona Beach Video, April 16

    A driver smashed through the traffic arms of a drawbridge in Daytona Beach, Fla., as its ramps were moving up this week.

  21. Why Amazon Workers Sided With the Company Over a Union Business, April 16

    Pay, benefits and an aggressive anti-union campaign by the company helped generate votes at a warehouse in Alabama.

  22. Liberty University Sues Jerry Falwell Jr., Alleging Deception National, April 16

    The lawsuit claims that Mr. Falwell, the university’s former president, withheld scandalous and potentially damaging information from Liberty’s board of trustees.

  23. Art of the Dealer: Paula Cooper Shores Up Her Legacy Arts & Leisure, April 16

    She opened the first gallery in SoHo and was a part of Chelsea’s initial wave. Now, at 83, the dean of ‘tough art’ will bring in new partners and start a year-round branch in Palm Beach.

  24. The Blue Wall of Silence Is Starting to Crack Op Ed, April 16

    Police say, ‘This is not who we are.’ Prove it.

  25. As protests against police violence surge, Florida passes a bill to combat ‘public disorder.’ Express, April 15

    Critics call the measure racist and anti-democratic, and say it could criminalize peaceful demonstrations.

  26. Simon & Schuster Says It Won’t Distribute Book by Officer Who Shot Breonna Taylor Express, April 15

    Plans by Post Hill Press to publish the book, written by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, have drawn sharp criticism.

  27. Vernon Jones, a Pro-Trump Republican, Will Challenge Kemp in Georgia Politics, April 15

    Vernon Jones, a Democrat-turned-Republican and former state representative who has called Georgia’s presidential election “fixed,” will oppose Gov. Brian Kemp, one of Donald Trump’s top targets.

  28. Florida Man Who Posed as Immigration Lawyer Gets 20-Year Sentence Express, April 15

    Elvis Harold Reyes filed hundreds of fraudulent applications, collecting $411,000 that he spent on himself and his girlfriend, prosecutors said.

  29. ‘Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts’ Review: He Made a ‘Pill for the Pain’ Weekend, April 15

    Blues, silhouettes, two-dimensional figures at play. This artist created mystical experiences from whatever scraps he could find.

  30. The Improvement Association, Chapter Two: ‘Where Is Your Choice?’ Podcasts, April 15

    Suspicion breeds suspicion in Bladen County.

  31. Why the Amazon Workers Never Stood a Chance Op Ed, April 15

    Our system of labor law and regulations has too strongly tilted the playing field in favor of companies and against unions.

  32. Gabriela Garcia Remembers the Women Who Helped Make Her a Best Seller Book Review, April 15

    “Of Women and Salt” is a novel about sisters and mothers — and its author is an expert on these subjects.

  33. Tennessee Student Killed by Police Did Not Fire Bullet That Hit Officer, Officials Say Express, April 14

    Anthony J. Thompson Jr., 17, a student at Austin-East Magnet High School in Knoxville, Tenn., was fatally shot during a struggle, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said.

  34. What It’s Like to Fly Now Interactive, April 14

    Here’s what a recent trip through Miami International Airport looked like for a New York Times reporter.

  35. Fraternity Members Pay Off Mortgage of Longtime House Cook Express, April 14

    For 14 years, Jessie Hamilton cooked for the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity at Louisiana State University. Years later, 90 former members took up a collection to pay her mortgage.

  36. The Marriage Between Republicans and Big Business Is on the Rocks Op Ed, April 14

    But the internal contradictions of “woke capitalism” are a mixed blessing for the Democratic Party.

  37. Republicans in two rural Georgia counties censure Gov. Brian Kemp and others. U.S., April 13

    The actions were driven by anger over the governor’s refusal to overturn the state’s 2020 results in favor of Trump.

  38. Florida Plans to Close Wastewater Reservoir Where Leak Forced Evacuations Express, April 13

    A potential deluge of millions of gallons of water from a former phosphate mine had threatened homes south of Tampa.

  39. Republicans in two rural Georgia counties censure Gov. Brian Kemp and others Politics, April 13

    The actions were driven by anger over the governor’s refusal to overturn the state’s 2020 results in favor of Trump.

  40. Hank Aaron’s Name Will Replace a Confederate General’s on an Atlanta School Express, April 13

    Forrest Hill Academy, named for Nathan Bedford Forrest, also an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan, will become Hank Aaron New Beginnings Academy.

  41. Indicted Gaetz Associate Is Said to Be Cooperating With Justice Dept. Washington, April 13

    Joel Greenberg, a former elected official in Florida, has been talking to federal investigators since last year about the conduct of Representative Matt Gaetz and others.

  42. A $1.2 Million Bank Error Buys a House, and an Arrest, Officials Say Express, April 13

    Kelyn Spadoni tried to keep a deposit that was off by five decimal places, according to the authorities, who said she was charged with fraud and fired from her job on the same day.

  43. A $1.2 Million Bank Error Buys a House, and an Arrest, Officials Say Express, April 13

    Kelyn Spadoni tried to keep a deposit that was off by five decimal places, according to the authorities, who said she was charged with fraud and fired from her job on the same day.

  44. The Improvement Association, Chapter One: ‘The Big Shadoo’ Podcasts, April 13

    Who's been cheating in Bladen County?

  45. Virginia Opens Investigation Over Army Officer Who Was Pepper-Sprayed Express, April 12

    The state attorney general requested records going back as far as a decade after two officers were involved in a traffic stop during which a Black U.S. Army lieutenant was pepper-sprayed.

  46. Liberals for Ron DeSantis* Op Ed, April 12

    *Unwittingly, as usual.

  47. Ready or Not, Hideki Matsuyama Is Now a National Hero in Japan Sports, April 12

    By winning the Masters, the publicity-shy golfer will face a news media spotlight that trails every move of Japanese athletes abroad.

  48. Will Smith’s production pulls out of Georgia, citing the state’s voting law. Business, April 12

    The film, ‘Emancipation,’ which is being produced and financed by Apple Studios, is the first major production to cite the law as a reason to leave the state.

  49. Trouble in Titletown Sports, April 12

    Georgia’s Valdosta High School, a longtime football powerhouse, is awash in a scandal involving race, funny money, allegations of improper recruiting and a one-armed booster named Nub.

  50. Officer Who Pepper-Sprayed a Black Army Medic Is Fired Express, April 12

    Joe Gutierrez, who is accused of using excessive force during a traffic stop in Windsor, Va., has been dismissed, the town said.

  51. ‘Like the Tiger King Got Elected Tax Collector’: Inside the Case That Ensnared Matt Gaetz Washington, April 11

    Joel Greenberg, a onetime local official in Florida, is accused of an array of crimes, including bribery, stalking and corruption.

  52. High Finishes at the Masters Are Becoming Familiar to First-Year Players Sports, April 11

    Will Zalatoris, who finished second at the Masters, one stroke behind the winner, is only the latest first-year player to contend for a green jacket.

  53. Breonna Taylor Show Points Art Museums to a Faster Track Culture, April 11

    Assembled in a mere four months, pivoting off an important national event, the Speed Museum offers a new, relevant model for aging institutions.

  54. Storms Cause Tornadoes and Softball-Size Hail in the South Video, April 11

    Powerful storms moved through the South late Friday into Saturday, killing two people in Louisiana, bringing hail the size of softballs and baseballs to parts of Alabama, and leaving damage in the Florida Panhandle.

  55. 2 Korean Battery Makers Settle Dispute That Threatened Biden’s Green Agenda Business, April 11

    The settlement between LG Energy Solution and SK Innovation ensures that a battery plant in Georgia will go forward without hampering electric vehicle production.

  56. A Hole in One Pushes Corey Conners Up the Masters Leaderboard Sports, April 10

    The shot by the Canadian golfer was the sixth hole in one on No. 6 in tournament history.

  57. Video Shows Police Pepper-Spraying Black Army Medic at Traffic Stop Video, April 10

    Caron Nazario, an Army lieutenant, was driving through Windsor, Va., on Dec. 5, 2020, when two officers drew guns and doused him with pepper spray, according to a lawsuit filed this month.

  58. Black Army Officer Pepper-Sprayed in Traffic Stop Accuses Officers of Assault Express, April 10

    Second Lt. Caron Nazario was in uniform when two Windsor, Va., police officers ordered him to stop his car, pointed their weapons at him and doused him with pepper spray.

  59. Life Has Moved On, but Fans in Atlanta Mourn the All-Star Game Sports, April 10

    Friday’s home opener offered some prepandemic-like excitement, but even fans who support M.L.B.’s choice to move the signature event are sad to see it go.

  60. Republicans Have Found Their Cruel New Culture War Op Ed, April 10

    Arkansas lawmakers’ move against trans people reflects a larger strategy.

  61. Man Who Boasted He Was at Capitol Riot Is Charged in Bomb Plot Express, April 10

    Seth Aaron Pendley was arrested on Thursday and charged with plotting to blow up an Amazon data center in Virginia, prosecutors said.

  62. Could Ron DeSantis Be Trump’s G.O.P. Heir? He’s Certainly Trying. Politics, April 10

    Florida’s governor has elbowed his way to the front of the line of 2024 Republican hopefuls by leveraging a brand of “competent Trumpism” (as one ally put it) and hitting back at critics of his pandemic leadership.

  63. Scenes From the First Rounds of the Masters Sports, April 10

    Our staff photographer Doug Mills brings us an inside look at Augusta National.

  64. The New Cancel Culture Capitalism Politics, April 10

    For Republicans, cancel culture is good for business.

  65. Woman Who Coughed on Pier 1 Shopper’s Face Is Sentenced to 30 Days Express, April 9

    Debra Hunter, 53, was seen in a widely circulated video last year coughing on a customer who was recording her dispute with employees at a home-goods store in Jacksonville, Fla.

  66. Matt Gaetz Says He Is a Victim of ‘the Leaks and the Lies’ of Critics Washington, April 9

    The congressman defended himself in his first major public appearance since a Justice Department inquiry came to light last week.

  67. Jordan Spieth Had a Very Good Day at the Masters Sports, April 9

    A crowd favorite, all eyes were on Spieth as he charged up the leaderboard and put himself in contention with a confident second round.

  68. The Sandwich Economics of the Masters and Augusta National Sports, April 9

    Experts say $1.50 pimento cheese sandwiches are not just about hospitality. Instead, they are a low-cost way to cultivate one of the biggest brands in American sports.

  69. Union Loss May Bring New Phase of Campaign Against Amazon Business, April 9

    After an election defeat in Alabama, many in labor are shifting strategies, wary of the challenges and expense of winning votes site by site.

  70. The Mystery of Why a Foundering Football Player Killed a Family Sports, April 9

    A small city that bills itself as Football City U.S.A. is grappling with the shooting deaths of members of a prominent local family by Phillip Adams who, many say, had been adrift after his N.F.L. career ended.

  71. Amazon Workers Vote Down Union Drive at Alabama Warehouse Business, April 9

    The company’s decisive victory deals a crushing blow to organized labor, which had hoped the time was ripe to start making inroads.

  72. How a Defeated Trump Is Making a Muddle of the G.O.P. Politics, April 9

    The former president’s instincts for red-meat political fights over governing and policymaking have left party leaders in a state of confusion over what they stand for.

  73. Why Mississippi Has Few Takers for 73,000 Covid Shots Science, April 9

    The good news: There are more shots available. The challenge is getting people to take them.

  74. Their Focus Was on the Marriage, Not the Wedding Styles, April 9

    Carmen Myer and Aaron James had to deal with storms, long distance commuting, a pandemic and a lost rescue dog to get here.

  75. A Final Celebration of Their Life Together Styles, April 9

    Sarah Myler and Jeffrey Benesch had a wedding ceremony in the courtyard of the hospital where he was receiving palliative care. He died a week later.

  76. At the Masters, Justin Rose Is an Outlier, and Establishes an Early Lead Sports, April 8

    Unlike last year, when the Masters was played in November, a firm Augusta National course fought back, punishing many golfers through the first round, though Rose managed six birdies on the back nine.

  77. In the Virginia Governor’s Race, Can Anyone Take On Terry McAuliffe? Politics, April 8

    Once again, the state is shaping up to be a case study in the complexities around the politics of race and power.

  78. ‘The Start of a Comeback’ in 5 U.S. Cities Travel, April 8

    With vaccinations picking up, warmer weather and increased business reopenings over the last week, tourism has picked up in these destinations.

  79. ‘The Start of a Comeback’ in 5 U.S. Cities Travel, April 8

    With vaccinations picking up, warmer weather and increased business reopenings over the last week, tourism has picked up in these destinations.

  80. Former N.F.L. Player Kills 5 in South Carolina Video, April 8

    Phillip Adams, a former N.F.L. cornerback, killed five people and seriously injured a sixth in the town of Rock Hill, S.C., on Wednesday before taking his own life, the authorities said.

  81. For Masters Second-Timers, a Chance at a More Normal Augusta National Sports, April 8

    The greens are firm and fast. Spectators are back. The course is blush with azaleas, not autumn’s colors. For young players, this tournament is an opportunity for a more traditional Masters experience.

  82. Asa Hutchinson on Arkansas’s Anti-Trans Law and the G.O.P. Culture Wars Politics, April 8

    The state’s Republican governor, who recently vetoed an anti-transgender bill only to be overridden by the legislature, spoke to The Times about why his party has “got to show greater compassion.”

  83. At the Masters, Lee Elder Gets Another Moment in the Spotlight Sports, April 8

    The first Black golfer to play the Masters in 1975 is an honorary starter as the 2021 tournament gets underway at Augusta National.

  84. Indicted Matt Gaetz Associate Is Expected to Plead Guilty, Lawyers Say Washington, April 8

    The indication of a potential cooperation deal came as investigators were also examining a trip by Mr. Gaetz to the Bahamas and whether he discussed running a so-called ghost candidate in a local race.

  85. McConnell walks back his rebuke of companies that have come out publicly against Georgia’s new voting law. U.S., April 8

    Senator Mitch McConnell waged a brief rhetorical war on corporate America.

  86. The Disruption of Weddings, Then and Now Styles, April 8

    During World War II and over the past year, couples learned to be resilient and flexible. A New Orleans museum keeps some memories from wartime alive.

  87. How Brian Kemp Is Rebounding Against Trump’s Wrath Politics, April 8

    After resisting Donald Trump’s demands to overturn Georgia’s election results, Gov. Brian Kemp was an outcast in his own party. Now he’s embraced the state’s new voting bill as a way to rebuild his standing.

  88. Doctor and His Grandchildren Among 5 Fatally Shot in South Carolina Express, April 8

    The victims included the doctor’s wife and two of their eight grandchildren. The gunman, identified as a former N.F.L. cornerback, was found dead at a nearby home.

  89. Here’s … Matt Gaetz Op Ed, April 7

    Trouble for the Florida fanboy.

  90. No, Georgia’s voting laws are not like Colorado’s. Politics, April 7

    Here are four key differences between the voting systems in the two states.

  91. Yet Again, Mitch McConnell Digs In Against Campaign Law Changes Washington, April 7

    The top Senate Republican, who has spent his career fighting campaign finance limits, has taken a lead role in challenging Democrats’ sweeping voting rights bill.

  92. Ancient Native American Site Is Defaced in Georgia Forest Express, April 7

    Rock faces and boulders bearing figure carvings called petroglyphs were scratched or dabbed with paint, the United States Forest Service said.

  93. Kentucky Becomes the Only Red State to Expand Voting Rights Video, April 7

    Gov. Andy Beshear of Kentucky signed a bipartisan bill on Wednesday that aims to make voting easier in the state. The law breaks with nationwide efforts by many Republican-led states to restrict voting access.

  94. Why Kentucky Just Became the Only Red State to Expand Voting Rights Politics, April 7

    Republican lawmakers and the state’s Democratic governor backed a new law that proved the exception to the trend of G.O.P.-led legislatures moving to restrict ballot access.

  95. $300,000 Homes in Massachusetts, Ohio and North Carolina Real Estate, April 7

    An 1876 clapboard cottage in New Bedford, a two-bedroom condo in Cincinnati and a Cape Cod-style house in Winston-Salem.

  96. What You Get for $300,000 Slideshow, April 7

    An 1876 clapboard cottage in New Bedford, a two-bedroom condo in Cincinnati and a Cape Cod-style house in Winston-Salem.

  97. The Unsung Influence of a Pioneering Food Journalist Magazine, April 7

    Jane Nickerson made Craig Claiborne possible and put the cheeseburger on the map. Her recipe for lime pie is a taste of Florida sunshine.

  98. Keeping Trans Kids From Medicine Doesn’t Make Them Disappear Op Ed, April 7

    Treating trans children isn’t an “experiment.” The experiment is making it impossible for these young people to become themselves.

  99. Georgia Is Facing a Political Onslaught. At the Masters, It’s Business as Usual. Sports, April 7

    Major League Baseball pulled its All-Star Game from the Atlanta area, but Georgia’s most cherished sporting event remains firmly rooted in the state.

  100. Justin Fairfax Accuses Terry McAuliffe of Treating Him Like Emmett Till Politics, April 6

    At a debate for Virginia governor, Mr. Fairfax, the state’s lieutenant governor, denounced Mr. McAuliffe for urging him to resign after women accused Mr. Fairfax of sexual assault in 2019.

  101. Matt Gaetz, Loyal for Years to Trump, Is Said to Have Sought a Blanket Pardon Washington, April 6

    The congressman was at the time under investigation over whether he violated sex trafficking laws, though it was unclear what he knew of the inquiry.

  102. Florida Residents Threatened by Reservoir Leak Are Allowed to Return Home Express, April 6

    A Manatee County official said that additional pumps and the rerouting of water from an uncontrolled breach had “successfully mitigated” the risk of collapse.

  103. Alcee Hastings, Longtime Florida Congressman, Dies at 84 Obits, April 6

    As a federal judge, he was impeached and removed from the bench. He was then elected to the House, where he became known as a strong liberal voice.

  104. Republicans Have Declared War on Coca-Cola and Baseball Editorial, April 6

    Mitch McConnell wants corporate America to stop being “stupid” about the ongoing battle over voting rights.

  105. Alcee Hastings, Longtime Florida Congressman, Dies at 84 Obits, April 6

    As a federal judge, he was impeached and removed from the bench. He was then elected to the House, where he became known as a strong liberal voice.

  106. Tiger Woods ‘in Decent Spirits,’ His Closest Golf Buddies Say Sports, April 6

    Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas and other golfers who live near Woods in Florida, have visited regularly as he recovers from his serious car crash.

  107. School District Investigating ‘Abhorrent’ George Floyd Image Posted by Student Express, April 6

    A football player posted the image, which superimposed two Virginia high schools’ logos on the faces of Derek Chauvin and George Floyd, to celebrate his team’s victory, according to the district superintendent.

  108. Baseball Takes ‘Step Toward Where It Should Be’ With All-Star Move Sports, April 6

    M.L.B. is not known for activism, but former stars say pulling the All-Star Game from Georgia honors the legacies of Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente and others.

  109. Arkansas legislators enact an anti-transgender law over the governor’s veto. U.S., April 6

    The American Civil Liberties Union immediately announced plans to challenge the law in court.

  110. Florida Crisis Highlights a Nationwide Risk From Toxic Ponds Climate, April 6

    Thousands of open-air waste pools near power plants, mines and industrial farms can pose safety dangers from poor management and, increasingly, the effects of climate change.

  111. Florida’s Crisis Highlights a Nationwide Risk From Toxic Ponds Climate, April 6

    Thousands of open-air waste pools near power plants, mines and industrial farms can pose safety dangers from poor management and, increasingly, the effects of climate change.

  112. New Study Finds Covid Spikes After N.F.L. Games With Fans Sports, April 6

    As the N.F.L. makes plans to return to stadiums at full capacity this season, researchers published findings that “fan attendance at N.F.L. games led to episodic spikes” in the number of Covid-19 cases.

  113. Alcee Hastings, who represented Florida in the House, dies at 84. Washington, April 6

    The former civil rights lawyer and federal judge served in Congress for nearly three decades.

  114. Is Big Business the Democrats’ New Best Friend? Business, April 6

    When C.E.O.s speak out against Republican priorities, it isn’t the flip-flop of alliances it appears to be.

  115. Is Big Business the Democrats’ New Best Friend? Business, April 6

    When C.E.O.s speak out against Republican priorities, it isn’t the flip-flop of alliances it appears to be.

  116. Georgia’s New Law, and the Risk of Election Subversion Upshot, April 6

    A reminder from a January phone call that the reform bill by congressional Democrats may not have the proper protections.

  117. If It’s Not Jim Crow, What Is It? Op Ed, April 6

    Georgia’s new voting law has to be understood in its own peculiar historical context.

  118. Arkansas Governor Vetoes Anti-Transgender Bill Video, April 5

    Gov. Asa Hutchison vetoed a bill banning gender-affirming surgery and medication for minors, saying he believed medical decisions should be left up to families and doctors.

  119. Asa Hutchinson, G.O.P. Governor of Arkansas, Vetoes Anti-Transgender Bill Politics, April 5

    The bill, which could still be enacted if state legislators override the governor’s veto, would make it illegal for transgender minors to receive gender-affirming medication or surgery.

  120. Possible Second Breach at Florida Reservoir Is Investigated and Ruled Out Express, April 5

    The authorities said more pumps were expected to be used in the hopes of doubling the volume of water being removed, to up to 100 million gallons a day.

  121. Transgender Childhood Is Not a ‘Trend’ Op Ed, April 5

    As far back as historians have found evidence of transgender people, they’ve found transgender children.

  122. Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, a Republican, vetoed an anti-transgender bill. Washington, April 5

    The bill, which could still be enacted if state legislators override the governor’s veto, would make it illegal for transgender minors to receive gender-affirming medication or surgery.

  123. Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, a Republican, vetoed an anti-transgender bill. U.S., April 5

    The bill, which could still be enacted if state legislators override the governor’s veto, would make it illegal for transgender minors to receive gender-affirming medication or surgery.

  124. Inside Corporate America’s Frantic Response to the Georgia Voting Law Business, April 5

    Companies like Delta are caught between Democrats focused on social justice and populist Republicans. They face major political consequences no matter what they do.

  125. Lessons From Lynchings Op Ed, April 4

    There’s a through-line from a noose on the neck to a knee on the neck.

  126. With Biggest Stars Absent, Miami Open Serves Up Some Chaos Sports, April 4

    Top men’s seeds and Naomi Osaka fell earlier than expected, but there was some normalcy: Ashleigh Barty won in women’s singles, successfully defending her title.

  127. With Biggest Stars Absent, Miami Open Serves Up Some Chaos Sports, April 4

    Top men’s seeds and Naomi Osaka fell earlier than expected, but there was some normalcy: Ashleigh Barty won in women’s singles, successfully defending her title.

  128. Martha Lou Gadsden, Soul-Food Matriarch, Dies at 91 Obits, April 4

    For 37 years she stirred the pot at Martha Lou’s Kitchen in Charleston, S.C., a modest restaurant that became known as a temple for Low Country cuisine.

  129. Florida Officials Warn of 20-Foot ‘Wall of Water’ if Reservoir Breaches Express, April 4

    The authorities on Sunday said they were making progress in draining a leaking wastewater pond south of Tampa but urged residents to heed evacuation warnings.

  130. Salmonella Outbreak Is Linked to Wild Birds and Feeders, C.D.C. Says Express, April 4

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 19 people had been sickened in eight states.

  131. Florida Reservoir Breach Could Cause Severe Flooding, Officials Say Video, April 4

    The authorities in Florida said on Sunday that they were working to drain a leaking reservoir at a former phosphate mine in Manatee County, warning that a full breach could result in a 20-foot wall of water.

  132. ‘Imminent’ Collapse of Wastewater Reservoir in Florida Forces Evacuations Express, April 3

    A potential deluge of nearly 400 million gallons of water from a former phosphate mine threatened homes south of Tampa on Saturday, officials warned.

  133. An Alabama basketball superfan dies from complications of Covid-19 at 23. Foreign, April 3

    Luke Ratliff rarely missed a game and was known by the Crimson Tide community as “Fluffopotamus.”

  134. An Alabama basketball superfan dies from complications of Covid-19 at 23. World, April 3

    Luke Ratliff rarely missed a game and was known by the Crimson Tide community as “Fluffopotamus.”

  135. Kemp Lashes M.L.B. as Republicans Defend Georgia’s Voting Law Politics, April 3

    Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia, who is starting his re-election push, argued that the league had “caved to fear” in moving its All-Star Game as he tried to rally Republicans around the new voting limits.

  136. Virus Variants Threaten to Draw Out the Pandemic, Scientists Say Science, April 3

    Declining infection rates overall masked a rise in more contagious forms of the coronavirus. Vaccines will stop the spread, if Americans postpone celebration just a bit longer.

  137. Activism Was Unusual for Baseball, but Not for Sports Sports, April 3

    Pulled by public opinion and sometimes their own players, leagues and teams are wading in to issues around race and social issues as never before.

  138. Georgia’s Election Law, and Why Turnout Isn’t Easy to Turn Off Upshot, April 3

    Making voting convenient doesn’t necessarily translate into more votes, research shows.

  139. One Republican’s Lonely Fight Against a Flood of Disinformation Politics, April 3

    After losing an ugly congressional race last year, Denver Riggleman is leading a charge against the conspiracy-mongering coursing through his party. He doesn’t have many allies.

  140. M.L.B. Pulls All-Star Game From Georgia in Response to Voting Law Politics, April 2

    The move served as a warning to Republicans in other states who are trying to restrict voting, and is likely to put new pressure on other organizations and corporations to consider pulling business out of Georgia.

  141. Baseball Pulls All-Star Game from Georgia in Response to Voting Law Sports, April 2

    Major League Baseball said it would remove its midsummer showcase and its annual entry draft as a response to the state’s new voting law.

  142. M.L.B. Pulls All-Star Game From Georgia in Response to Voting Law Politics, April 2

    The league said it would remove its midsummer showcase and its annual entry draft as a response to the state’s new voting law.

  143. How Matt Gaetz Got Here Politics, April 2

    A prominent young Republican and Trump ally faces a head-spinning scandal.

  144. Florida’s governor bans agencies and businesses from requiring ‘vaccine passports.’ U.S., April 2

    The Biden administration has made clear that it will neither issue nor require so-called vaccine passports, but Republicans have seized on the issue as an example of government overreach.

  145. Florida’s governor bans agencies and businesses from requiring ‘vaccine passports.’ Foreign, April 2

    The Biden administration has made clear that it will neither issue nor require so-called vaccine passports, but Republicans have seized on the issue as an example of government overreach.

  146. More U.S. states move to expand vaccine eligibility to all adults. National, April 2

    Alabama, which will allow those 16 or older to be inoculated beginning on Monday, became the latest state to broaden vaccination access.

  147. What Has the Pro-Life Movement Won? Op Ed, April 2

    Donald Trump gave us a Supreme Court that could overturn Roe v. Wade. But the fight against abortion may leave the current G.O.P. behind.

  148. The Matt Gaetz Investigation: What We Know Washington, April 2

    The Justice Department is said to be investigating the congressman’s encounters with women recruited online for sex and whether he had sex with a 17-year-old girl.

  149. Jeff Bezos Is Taunting Politicians. Will They Take the Bait? Op Ed, April 2

    A labor battle in Alabama is a referendum on Amazon’s strategy.

  150. A spokesman for Matt Gaetz quits, as the Justice Dept. investigates whether his boss violated sex trafficking laws. Washington, April 2

    Luke Ball had worked with Mr. Gaetz since he first began serving in the House in 2017, earning a reputation as one of the congressman’s closest aides.