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  1. This Drug Gets You High, and Is Legal (Maybe) Across the Country Science, Today

    A once-ignored derivative of hemp has become a hot seller for people looking for a loophole around marijuana laws.

  2. Una ciudad texana resiente el abandono de sus autoridades en la tormenta en Español, Yesterday

    Sin alimentos frescos ni agua, los residentes de Del Río dijeron que la ayuda del gobierno ha sido escasa. “Los vemos solo cuando están contendiendo por el cargo”, dijo un hombre sobre los políticos.

  3. Biden Visits Storm-Battered Texas and Vows Federal Help ‘For the Long Haul’ Washington, Yesterday

    The overwhelming nature of grief has been the unofficial theme this week for a White House confronted with a disaster in the nation’s second largest state amid a pandemic.

  4. Texans Demand Answers as They Grapple With Storm’s Lingering Wrath National, Yesterday

    After millions lost power during a winter storm, lawmakers have held marathon hearings, prosecutors have started criminal investigations and residents have asked for accountability.

  5. Iranian and Mexican Rice Pudding Meet at Nixta Taqueria in Austin Dining, Yesterday

    The owners of the genre-bending Texas restaurant took inspiration from similar childhood treats.

  6. The Daily: Welcome to Odessa Podcasts, Yesterday

    We spent six months documenting one Texas high school’s reopening. This is what it looked like.

  7. What to Know About the Virus This Week Interactive, Yesterday

    The latest news and data from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  8. Odessa Podcasts, Yesterday

    A struggling school system. An oil bust. A marching band determined to keep playing through a pandemic. This is the story of one Texas high school in crisis — and trying to reopen its doors.

  9. Odessa Podcasts, Yesterday

    A struggling school system. An oil bust. A marching band determined to keep playing through a pandemic. This is the story of one Texas high school in crisis — and trying to reopen its doors.

  10. The Texas Crisis Could Become Everyone’s Crisis Op Ed, Yesterday

    Will the crisis in Texas become the new normal? David Wallace-Wells and Leah Stokes discuss.

  11. Residents of a Texas Border City Long Felt Overlooked. The Storm Made It Worse. National, February 25

    Del Rio residents, searching for fresh food and water, said that government aid has been sparse. “When they’re running for office is when we see them,” one man said of politicians.

  12. On the Ground in Texas, 10 Days Later Interactive, February 25

    The temperatures are back to normal, but daily life is still a struggle for Texans affected by last week’s storms.

  13. Coast-to-Coast Crises Waiting to Happen Climate, February 24

    What happened in Texas is a warning for the rest of America

  14. Can You Believe This Is Happening in America? Op Ed, February 23

    We used to dream big. Now we’re increasingly thinking short term.

  15. Managers of Texas Power Grid Resign After Widespread Storm Outages National, February 23

    The chairwoman and four other board members of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas stepped down after millions were left without electricity during freezing temperatures.

  16. Biden Takes On Trump’s Migrant Policies and Confusion Reigns at the Border Washington, February 23

    President Biden is trying to untangle an interlocking web of Trump-era border restrictions, leading for now to disparate treatment of migrants and rampant confusion.

  17. ‘Like We’re Being Cursed’: First Covid and Now Waterlogged Homes National, February 22

    Basics remain scarce in some parts of Texas, and many already battered by a year of the coronavirus now face a costly recovery.

  18. Et Tu, Ted? Why Deregulation Failed Op Ed, February 22

    Even Senator Cruz realizes kilowatt-hours aren’t like avocados.

  19. Tras una tormenta brutal los texanos se refugiaron en donde siempre: el supermercado H-E-B en Español, February 22

    El gobierno estatal enfrenta desafíos para alimentar y proteger a los ciudadanos pero una cadena local de tiendas ha acudido al rescate.

  20. Texans Needed Food and Comfort After a Brutal Storm. As Usual, They Found It at H-E-B. National, February 22

    As state government flounders, has a beloved grocery store chain become “the moral center of Texas”?

  21. Storm Victims Didn’t Bring It on Themselves Op Ed, February 22

    Disasters call for compassion and action, not sniping on social media.

  22. Your Monday Briefing Foreign, February 21

    The Schengen Area closes up.

  23. What a Texas Plumber Faces Now: A State Full of Burst Pipes National, February 21

    Since a winter storm and hard freeze swept through the state last week, knocking out power and heat, homeowners have swamped plumbers with urgent repair calls.

  24. Why Texas Republicans Fear the Green New Deal Op Ed, February 21

    Small government is no match for a crisis born of the state’s twin addictions to market fixes and fossil fuels.

  25. How Texas’ Drive for Energy Independence Set It Up for Disaster National, February 21

    Texas has refused to join interstate electrical grids and railed against energy regulation. Now it’s having to answer to millions of residents who were left without power in last week’s snowstorm.

  26. His Lights Stayed on During Texas’ Storm. Now He Owes $16,752. National, February 20

    After a public outcry from people like Scott Willoughby, whose exorbitant electric bill is soon due, Gov. Greg Abbott said lawmakers should ensure Texans “do not get stuck with skyrocketing energy bills” caused by the storm.

  27. Texas Winter Storm: What to Know National, February 20

    Power outages and no running water have left Texas and other parts of the South still feeling the effects of a deep freeze that swept the region earlier this week.

  28. Texas Blackouts Point to Coast-to-Coast Crises Waiting to Happen Climate, February 20

    Continent-spanning storms triggered blackouts in Oklahoma and Mississippi, halted one-third of U.S. oil production and disrupted vaccinations in 20 states.

  29. ¿Cómo fue que Ted Cruz se convirtió en el político menos simpático de Estados Unidos en Español, February 20

    Su escapada a Cancún durante la emergencia eléctrica de Texas fue solo el más reciente episodio de una carrera política en la que Cruz ha sido repudiado por los demócratas, y no pocos republicanos.

  30. Extreme Cold Killed Texans in Their Bedrooms, Vehicles and Backyards National, February 19

    At least 58 people died in storm-affected areas stretching to Ohio, victims of carbon monoxide poisoning, car crashes, drownings, house fires and hypothermia.

  31. N.C.A.A. Basketball Tournaments Will Welcome Fans After All Sports, February 19

    Some epidemiologists say it’s a bad idea, because the games will attract people from all over the country to Indianapolis and San Antonio, the cities that will host every game of the men’s and women’s tournaments.

  32. The Lessons of the Texas Power Disaster Editorial, February 19

    The entire nation’s energy delivery system needs an overhaul.

  33. Ted Cruz Is Going to the Dogs Op Ed, February 19

    If you were a dog, would you rather belong to the senator from Texas or the one from Utah?

  34. How Texas’ Power Generation Failed During the Storm, In Charts Interactive, February 19

    All energy sources fell short, but natural gas power broke down the most.

  35. Biden to Sign Major Disaster Declaration for Texas Video, February 19

    President Biden said on Friday that he planned to declare a major disaster in Texas which would allow for additional federal aid to be routed to residents struggling to access basic necessities after a deadly winter storm.

  36. How To Get Your Family Through An Extreme Weather Event Parenting, February 19

    Take these steps when critical services are affected by freezing temperatures.

  37. Ted Cruz Fled One Storm, but Flew Into Another Letters, February 19

    Readers criticize the Texas senator for abandoning his constituents at a critical time on the pretext of “being a good dad.”

  38. The State of the Virus: East Coast Lags as U.S. Sees Sustained Progress Interactive, February 19

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

  39. How Ted Cruz Became the Least Sympathetic Politician in America Politics, February 19

    His getaway to Cancún during the Texas power emergency was only the latest episode in a political career that has left Mr. Cruz reviled by Democrats and more than a few Republicans.

  40. Jimmy Kimmel: Texas in Crisis, Ted Cruz Says, ‘Adios, Amigos’ Culture, February 19

    “Snake on a plane, right there!” Kimmel joked. “Headed, ironically, to the very place he tried to build the wall around.”

  41. Cracked Pipes, Frozen Wells, Offline Treatment Plants: A Texan Water Crisis National, February 18

    Electricity was restored to most Texans who had lost power after a winter storm, but water systems for nearly two-thirds of residents were disrupted, leaving millions without drinkable water.

  42. Ted Cruz’s Cancún Trip: Family Texts Detail His Political Blunder Politics, February 18

    The Texas senator faced fierce blowback for fleeing his state as a disaster unfolded. Text messages sent by his wife revealed a hastily planned trip away from their “FREEZING” family home.

  43. Texans Face Long Lines and Empty Shelves at Grocery Stores Video, February 18

    Days of freezing temperatures and power outages left many Texans facing long lines and sparsely stocked shelves at grocery stores, with more cold weather forecast for the coming days.

  44. ‘Such Dire Straits’: Chaos Unfolds in Texas Hospitals National, February 18

    The state’s power failure has plunged some hospitals into crisis, even as they are still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic.

  45. Abbott Says Power Is Being Restored but Water Remains a Challenge Video, February 18

    Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas said on Thursday that access to clean water remained a problem even as power was restored. He plans to ask for a major federal disaster declaration to release emergency funds.

  46. What Crisis-Communications Experts Would Tell Ted Cruz Politics, February 18

    We asked political strategists who have worked for figures like Anthony Weiner and Mark Sanford for their take on the Texas senator’s Cancún fiasco.

  47. Mexico Cries Foul at Natural Gas Cutoff Ordered by Texas Governor Foreign, February 18

    Amid his own push for Mexican energy sovereignty, President López Obrador said he was trying to stop a measure by Texas to restrict gas exports as both sides of the border suffered mass outages.

  48. Ted Cruz Leaves Mexico Amid Winter Emergency in Texas Video, February 18

    Senator Ted Cruz of Texas flew home from a vacation to Mexico after receiving heavy criticism for leaving the state while millions have struggled with a lack of electricity and water after a brutal winter storm.

  49. Texas Storms, California Heat Waves and ‘Vulnerable’ Utilities Business, February 18

    Power failures have cast a spotlight on whether energy companies and regulators are doing enough to prepare for climate change and natural disasters.

  50. Texas, Land of Wind and Lies Op Ed, February 18

    When post-truth politics meets energy policy.

  51. The Storm That Knocked Out Texas Letters, February 18

    Readers urge greater use of renewable energy and less reliance on fossil fuels.

  52. Senator Ted Cruz left Texas for Cancún as the state was battered by a brutal winter storm. Politics, February 18

    Photos of Mr. Cruz and his wife boarding a flight from Houston to Cancún, Mexico, sparked a fierce outcry on social media late Wednesday.

  53. A former Texas mayor said residents should fend for themselves. Express, February 18

    Tim Boyd, the former mayor of Colorado City in Texas, said in Facebook posts that have since been deleted that families needed to come up with their own plans on how to survive the winter storm.

  54. A Plan to Future-Proof the Texas Power Grid Op Ed, February 18

    The state’s massive blackouts are the result of a failure to insure against extreme weather.

  55. Desperate for Light and Warmth, Texans See No End for Winter Storm National, February 17

    Almost seven million people were being told to boil their water as another barrage of sleet and snow approached. FEMA has sent the state bottled water, blankets and generators.

  56. No, Wind Farms Aren’t the Main Cause of the Texas Blackouts Climate, February 17

    The state’s widespread electricity failure was largely caused by freezing natural gas pipelines. That didn’t stop advocates for fossil fuels from trying to shift blame.

  57. ‘Now It’s Coming Back to Bite Them’: Democrats See an Opening in G.O.P. Oversight of Texas Grid National, February 17

    As the state reels from power outages, Democrats look to turn the tables on the Republicans who dominate state government.

  58. Father and Son Abducted in Mexico Are Allowed into the U.S. National, February 17

    A Honduran man and his young child were kidnapped for ransom while enrolled in a Trump program that forced thousands of asylum seekers to wait across the border. President Biden is slowly easing the restrictions.

  59. Texas Could Have Kept the Lights On Op Ed, February 17

    Republicans are blaming renewable energy, when it’s the state’s powerful utilities that failed to prepare for the worst.

  60. Texas Governor Orders Halt to Natural Gas Shipments Out of State Video, February 17

    Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas signed an executive order on Wednesday directing natural gas providers to sell only to power generators in the state. With a second winter storm approaching, millions were still without power.

  61. F.E.M.A. Sending Relief to Texas Video, February 17

    Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, said the Federal Emergency Management Agency is sending generators and other supplies to Texas to help the state cope with power outages after a severe winter storm.

  62. FEMA Sending Relief to Texas Video, February 17

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency is sending generators and other supplies to Texas to help the state cope with power outages after a severe winter storm, Jen Psaki, the White House press secretary, said.

  63. No, Wind Farms Aren’t the Main Cause of the Texas Blackouts Climate, February 17

    The state’s widespread electricity failure was largely caused by freezing natural gas pipelines. That didn’t stop advocates for fossil fuels from trying to shift blame.

  64. Cold Interrupts Classes, in an Interrupted Year National, February 17

    A massive storm shut down electricity, closed schools and halted food delivery, adding more stress for students and teachers in the South and Midwest.

  65. Los apagones ilustran la amenaza del cambio climático a las redes eléctricas en Estados Unidos en Español, February 17

    Los sistemas están diseñados para hacer frente a los picos de demanda, pero el clima salvaje e impredecible vinculado al calentamiento global muy probablemente llevará a las redes más allá de sus límites.

  66. A New Arts Destination Near Marfa Quietly Takes Shape Culture, February 17

    The founder of an insiders’ art fair in the Texas town is now planning a bigger cultural center, in the desert, for visitors year-round. It will open in the fall.

  67. The Blackout in Texas Podcasts, February 17

    One of the worst winter storms in years has plunged large parts of the United States into a deadly energy crisis. It may be a glimpse of America’s future.

  68. A Different Kind of Land Management: Let the Cows Stomp Climate, February 17

    Regenerative grazing can store more carbon in soils in the form of roots and other plant tissues. But how much can it really help the fight against climate change?

  69. Through Chattering Teeth, Texans Criticize Extended Power Outages National, February 16

    “I’m kind of angry,” said one man whose family has been without power since Monday. A winter storm caused physical damage to the electrical grid’s infrastructure as well as a surge in demand.

  70. Winter Storm Disrupts Wide Swath of American Business Business, February 16

    Power outages, natural gas shortages and icy conditions made it hard for automakers, retailers and delivery carriers to operate across much of the South and Midwest.

  71. Texas Blackouts Hit Minority Neighborhoods Especially Hard Climate, February 16

    As the freak winter storm raged, historically marginalized communities were among the first to face power outages, experts say.

  72. Millions in Texas Are Without Power After Storm Video, February 16

    After a deadly winter storm made its way across parts of the United States this week, millions of Texans remained without power in freezing temperatures on Wednesday.

  73. A Glimpse of America’s Future: Climate Change Means Trouble for Power Grids Climate, February 16

    Systems are designed to handle spikes in demand, but the wild and unpredictable weather linked to global warming will very likely push grids beyond their limits.

  74. They Say They Are Attacking Abortion. They Are Really Hurting the Poor. Op Ed, February 16

    Deep in the heart of Texas, poverty means illness reigns.

  75. Mapping the Winter Storm’s Impact Interactive, February 16

    Maps showing where frigid temperatures led to power outages after the huge winter storm.

  76. Mapping the Winter Storm’s Impact Interactive, February 16

    Maps showing where frigid temperatures led to power outages after the huge winter storm.

  77. Icy Storm Barrels Across Central U.S., Leaving Millions Without Power National, February 15

    The snowstorm covered a huge part of the country, including states unaccustomed to slick roads and a deep freeze.

  78. Scenes From a Record-Setting Winter Storm National, February 15

    The coast-to-coast storm brought heavy snow and frigid temperatures while leading to rolling blackouts.

  79. Winter Storm Crawls Across the U.S. Video, February 14

    A major storm brought snow and ice to a large part of the country, causing power outages and car accidents in several states over the weekend.

  80. Winter Storm Brings Icy Temperatures and Cuts Power Across U.S. Express, February 14

    At least 2.5 million customers, most of them in Texas, had lost electricity by early Monday as weather advisories extended from coast to coast.

  81. Driving in Winter? Tips From Experts on How to Arrive Safely Express, February 12

    Recent pileups in Iowa and Texas amid severe winter weather have analysts and traffic experts issuing vital reminders about how to stay safe. One common refrain: Slow down.

  82. The State of the Virus: Sustained Progress in Most States Interactive, February 12

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

  83. La vacuna tenía que utilizarse. Él la usó y fue despedido en Español, February 12

    Diez dosis de la vacuna de COVID-19 expirarían en unas horas, por lo que un médico de Houston se las administró a personas con afecciones médicas, incluida su esposa. Lo que sucedió luego fue “el momento más bajo de mi vida”, dijo el doctor Hasan Gokal.

  84. Video Shows Texas Interstate Crash Video, February 11

    At least five people were killed in crashes that involved at least 100 vehicles on a Texas interstate Thursday morning, as winter weather caused hazardous conditions.

  85. 6 People Die in Texas Crash Involving More Than 100 Vehicles Express, February 11

    The accident took place along Interstate 35W in Fort Worth, where the authorities warned of dangerous weather conditions.

  86. The Vaccine Had to Be Used. He Used It. He Was Fired. Investigative, February 10

    Ten doses of the Covid-19 vaccine would expire within hours, so a Houston doctor gave it to people with medical conditions, including his wife. What followed was “the lowest moment in my life,” Dr. Hasan Gokal said.

  87. The Vaccine Had to Be Used. He Used It. He Was Fired. Investigative, February 10

    Ten doses of the Covid-19 vaccine would expire within hours, so a Houston doctor gave it to people with medical conditions, including his wife. What followed was “the lowest moment in my life,” Dr. Hasan Gokal said.

  88. Ron Wright, Texas Conservative, Dies at 67 Obits, February 9

    Mr. Wright contracted Covid-19 soon after the Capitol riot. A month later, he became the first sitting member of Congress to succumb to the disease.

  89. What’s It Like to Sleep in a Hexagon? Real Estate, February 9

    After buying an awkward 1960s house with a clumsy 1980s addition, a couple set about dragging the lakefront property into the 21st century.

  90. A Lakefront Home With a Hexagonal Heart Slideshow, February 9

    After buying an awkward 1960s house with a clumsy 1980s addition, a couple set about dragging the lakefront property into the 21st century.

  91. Judge Says Florist Charged in Capitol Riot May Travel to Mexico Express, February 5

    Jenny Cudd, who is charged with participating in the Jan. 6 siege, said she had planned a four-day “work-related bonding retreat” in the Riviera Maya with employees and their spouses.

  92. The State of the Virus: A Notable Decline in New Cases Interactive, February 5

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

  93. Texas Department Apologizes for ‘Chucky’ Amber Alert Express, February 3

    The alert, which said that the killer doll from the “Child’s Play” horror films was a suspect in a kidnapping, was sent as a “result of a test malfunction,” according to state officials.

  94. ‘Anything for Selena’ Examines a Singer’s Legacy and Latino Identity Culture, February 2

    While the podcast is a biography of the Tejano star, it also weaves in the personal story of the host and examines why the singer has had a lasting effect on culture.

  95. SpaceX’s Prototype Mars Rocket Crashes in Test Flight Science, February 2

    After defying the F.A.A. during its last test flight in December, the company got approval but didn’t succeed in sticking the landing.

  96. Un doctor de Texas intentó prevenir un brote, pero ahora cuenta los muertos en Español, February 1

    Laredo, Texas, sufre el peor brote de Estados Unidos durante el mes más mortífero de la pandemia. Un cardiólogo emprendió una cruzada para lograr que el estado cierre su ciudad.

  97. The ‘Dr. Fauci’ of the Texas Border Is Counting the Dead National, February 1

    Laredo, Texas, is enduring the country’s worst outbreak at the end of the pandemic’s deadliest month. A crusading cardiologist, leading the fight, is begging the state to close down his city.

  98. ‘Likely Innocent’: Judge Frees Woman Jailed 15 Years in Child’s Death Express, January 29

    Rosa Jimenez was imprisoned after being convicted of murder in the death of a toddler who choked on paper towels while she was babysitting him in 2003. Experts now say the death was accidental.

  99. 11 Fort Bliss Soldiers Hospitalized After Drinking Antifreeze, Officials Say Express, January 29

    Two of those taken ill were in an intensive care unit, military officials said, adding that the soldiers had believed they were consuming alcohol.

  100. The State of the Virus: Cases Begin to Drop Interactive, January 22

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

  101. 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.

  102. The State of the Virus This Week Interactive, December 4

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

  103. Hispanic Voters Deliver a Texas Win for Trump Interactive, November 5

    The Rio Grande Valley shifted decisively toward President Trump, cancelling out votes for Joseph R. Biden Jr. in urban and suburban areas.

  104. Texas Election Results: 26th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Texas election.

  105. Texas Election Results: Third Congressional District Interactive, November 3

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  106. Texas Election Results: 22nd Congressional District Interactive, November 3

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  107. Texas Election Results: Ninth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

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  108. Texas Election Results: 21st Congressional District Interactive, November 3

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  109. Texas Primary Election Results: 19th House District Interactive, October 28

  110. Texas U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

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  143. Texas Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, October 28

  144. Live Results: Texas Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, October 28

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  146. Map: Tracking Tropical Storm Beta Interactive, September 19

    A hurricane watch was issued for parts of the Texas coast.

  147. Architecture, in Abstract: A Quiz Interactive, August 13

    Can you identify the cities where these abstract architectural photographs were taken?

  148. Maine, Texas and Alabama Election Results: Live Updates and Analysis Interactive, July 14

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  149. Live Primary Election Results: Races in Alabama, Maine and Texas Interactive, July 14

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  150. Live Primary Election Results: Races in Alabama, Maine and Texas Interactive, July 14

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