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  1. Reading Tea Leaves on Abortion Rights Op Ed, Yesterday

    Will the conservative majority deliver on Trump’s promise to overturn Roe v. Wade?

  2. There’s a Wave of New Prosecutors. And They Mean Justice. Op Ed, Yesterday

    These district attorneys should make jail the exception and eliminate cash bail.

  3. Court Approves Plea Deal With No Jail Time in Baylor Rape Case National, Yesterday

    Jacob Anderson, a former fraternity president accused of raping a fellow student, was given a fine and probation for unlawful restraint. Sexual assault charges were dropped.

  4. There’s a Lot of Killing in Thou-Shalt-Not-Kill States Op Ed, December 10

    When it comes to the death penalty, guilt or innocence shouldn’t really matter to Christians.

  5. George H.W. Bush Funeral Live: Ceremony Begins at Capitol for Coffin’s Departure U.S., December 5

    The United States’ five living presidents and about a dozen current and former heads of state will attend the services at the National Cathedral.

  6. For George Bush and His Eldest Son, a Relationship Unique Among American Presidents Washington, December 4

    In retirement, the 41st and 43rd presidents could finally focus on the things that parents and children focus on when the parents grows older.

  7. Boomers Create a Surge in Luxury Care Communities Special Sections, December 4

    These upscale communities offer a continuum of care from independent living to failing health, allowing people to age in one place.

  8. A Nation Mourns George Bush: Scenes of Tribute and Grief Washington, December 4

    From Houston to Washington, the former president will be remembered in a series of memorial services this week. Here are The New York Times’s best photos.

  9. ‘I Love You, Too’: George Bush’s Final Days Washington, December 1

    The end for Mr. Bush was remarkably peaceful after a life that took him from the skies of the Pacific during World War II to the Oval Office at the end of the Cold War.

  10. George Bush’s Life in 13 Objects Sunday Review, December 1

    Items from family, friends, college and the White House that influenced the 41st president.

  11. Former Dallas Officer Amber Guyger Charged With Murder for Shooting Man in His Apartment National, November 30

    Amber R. Guyger said that she mistook Botham Jean’s apartment for her own, and opened fire. On Friday, she was indicted on a murder charge.

  12. Barack Obama Joins James Baker at a Wistful Bipartisan Summit Op Ed, November 29

    Baker is still sharp at 88, and Obama is a mere 57, but you couldn’t help feeling that the current climate had left them, and their audience of political moderates, out in the cold.

  13. Investigators Raid Offices of President of U.S. Catholic Bishops National, November 28

    The search was primarily for records on the Rev. Manuel LaRosa-Lopez, who was arrested in September on four felony counts of indecency with a child.

  14. Mother Whose Child Died After ICE Detention Sues for $60 Million Express, November 28

    Yazmin Juárez said her daughter, Mariee, was a healthy 18-month-old when they were detained by the immigration agency for three weeks. Two months later, she was dead.

  15. From Obama and Baker, a Lament for a Lost Consensus Washington, November 28

    Former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State James A. Baker III call for bipartisanship in a partisan era.

  16. Tragic History on the Border: A Boy, a Gun and the U.S. Marines National, November 27

    Esequiel Hernandez Jr. was killed by a Marine on the border in 1997. His death has become a cautionary tale as troops once again deploy to the border.

  17. In a Texas Art Mecca, Humble Adobe Now Carries a High Cost Culture, November 27

    In Marfa, Tex., officials have raised taxes on adobe homes, pinching upscale homeowners as well as lower-income families who have lived there for decades.

  18. Beto O’Rourke Says He Isn’t Ruling Out 2020 Presidential Bid National, November 26

    During his campaign against Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, Mr. O’Rourke said repeatedly he wouldn’t run for president in 2020. But on Monday, he said he had “made a decision not to rule anything out.”

  19. Bob McNair, Energy Mogul Who Brought the N.F.L. Back to Houston, Dies at 81 Sports, November 23

    Mr. McNair, who was awarded the franchise that became the Texans, gave to many charitable causes. More recently, he was criticized for remarks about national anthem protests.

  20. Texas Students Will Now Learn That Slavery Was ‘Central’ to the Civil War U.S., November 21

    The new educational standards also retained mentions of Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller, after there was talk of removing them. Critics say the changes don’t go far enough.

  21. Trump’s Criticism of Architect of Bin Laden Raid Draws Fire Washington, November 19

    Colleagues and commanders alike found it audacious for the president to impugn the lifelong nonpartisan political position of William H. McRaven, a retired admiral and university chancellor.

  22. He Led the Bin Laden Raid. Now He’s a Trump Target. Video, November 19

    President Trump has caused a stir with criticism of a retired Navy admiral, William H. McRaven. How did Mr. McRaven, the former Navy SEAL commander who oversaw the mission to kill Osama bin Laden, become a political target of the president? It all started with a speech about the media.

  23. Will Hurd Wins Re-election to Texas Congressional Seat National, November 19

    The two-term incumbent defeated his opponent, Gina Ortiz Jones, in one of the closest elections in Texas, called more than a week after Election Day.

  24. A Gay Councilman in Texas, Ousted From Office, Says He Was Blackmailed With Naked Photos Express, November 17

    Cross Coburn said he was targeted by voters in Grove, Tex., because of his sexuality. Now he’s challenging the validity of signatures on the petition that led to a recall election.

  25. I Would Have Driven Her Anywhere Styles, November 16

    Caring for a mother who suffers from dementia was really hard. I wish I could do it again.

  26. Fed Chairman Seeks to Reassure Those Left Behind by Roaring Economy Business, November 15

    As he toured Houston, Jerome H. Powell, the Fed chairman, told residents that the Fed understands the economic recovery has been uneven and parts of the United States remain distressed.

  27. As Long as Trump Is President, Blue Texas Could Actually Happen Opinion, November 15

    What was once a Democratic pipe dream is now a real possibility.

  28. Caroline Rose Hunt, 95, Dies; Turned Inheritance Into Vast Wealth Obits, November 14

    An heiress to a Texas oil fortune, she protected her assets as her brothers went bust trying to corner silver, and she quietly built a real fortune.