1. U.S. Executes Inmate Who Murdered Two Youth Ministers Express, Yesterday

    Christopher Andre Vialva, 40, was the seventh federal inmate and the first Black man put to death since federal executions resumed in July.

  2. The Race for Iowa, Georgia and Texas Politics, Yesterday

    A Times poll shows Biden and Trump neck and neck in three states: This is your morning tip sheet.

  3. Trump Faces Challenges Even in Red States, Poll Shows, as Women Favor Biden Politics, Yesterday

    Close races in Georgia, Iowa and Texas show President Trump’s vulnerability and suggest that Joseph Biden has assembled a formidable coalition, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.

  4. How One District Reopened Its Classrooms National, September 21

    Most lower-income students are learning online. But in Cajon Valley, Calif., they’re back in school. Here’s how they did it.

  5. Tropical Storm Beta Draws Warnings in Gulf Coast States Express, September 20

    The storm is headed for the Texas and Louisiana coasts, another blow for states in the Gulf that have been hit by five other storms this hurricane season.

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

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

  7. Tommy Searcy, Veteran Texas Firefighter, Dies at 45 Obits, September 18

    He and his twin brother volunteered when they were 18 and had remained on the job ever since. He died of the coronavirus.

  8. Tyler Amburgey, Devoted Hockey Player and Coach, Dies at 29 Obits, September 17

    A physical defenseman, he loved hockey enough to be excited by the sight of a new pair of skates or shin guards. He died of the novel coronavirus.

  9. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week T Style, September 17

    A new 1970s-inspired Texas hotel, South Korean artisanal objects — and more.

  10. Jerry Harris of ‘Cheer’ Accused of Sex Abuse in Teenagers’ Lawsuit Culture, September 16

    A lawsuit filed in Texas on Monday accuses a star of the Netflix docuseries of soliciting sex and nude photos from two underage boys.

  11. Jerry Harris of ‘Cheer’ Accused of Sex Abuse in Teenagers’ Lawsuit Culture, September 16

    A lawsuit filed in Texas on Monday accuses a star of the Netflix docuseries of soliciting sex and nude photos from two underage boys.

  12. Crane Accident in Austin Injures at Least 20 People Express, September 16

    The authorities in Austin, Texas, said that 16 people had been taken to a hospital after two cranes became entangled at a construction site.

  13. Officer in Texas Is Indicted in 2019 Fatal Shooting of Pamela Turner Express, September 14

    Officer Juan Delacruz has been charged with aggravated assault by a public servant in the deadly encounter.

  14. School Closures Cut a Critical Line to Dental Care for Poor Students Express, September 14

    Programs that allowed hygienists to visit schools to look for cavities and tooth decay have been suspended because of the pandemic. Students from low-income families may be hit the hardest.

  15. Conflicting Virus Data in Texas Raises Distrust of the Government National, September 13

    Delays, discrepancies and abrupt leaps in coronavirus case and death counts in Texas have baffled residents and frustrated local officials. Here is what has gone awry.

  16. Big Voting Decisions in Florida, Wisconsin, Texas: What They Mean for November Politics, September 13

    Less than two months before the election, both parties are waging legal battles around the country over who gets to vote and how.

  17. Four Houston Police Officers Are Fired Over Fatal Shooting Express, September 10

    Nicolas Chavez, 27, was killed by the police in southeast Houston in April, during a confrontation that was partly recorded by a bystander’s cellphone.

  18. Texas Man Sentenced to Five Years for Planting Bombs in Beaumont Express, September 9

    Jonathan Matthew Torres “preyed upon Beaumont,” terrifying residents days after a bomb spree in Austin, federal officials said.

  19. A Year of Heartbreak and Bloodshed at Fort Hood National, September 9

    More Fort Hood soldiers have died in homicides than in battle since 2016, and officials and family members are struggling to understand why.

  20. Dallas Police Chief Resigns in Wake of Policing Protests National, September 8

    The chief, U. Reneé Hall, faced eroding support on the City Council stemming from the department’s handling of public protests over African-Americans and policing.

  21. Website Crashes and Cyberattacks Welcome Students Back to School National, September 8

    With many districts across the country opting for online learning, a range of technical issues marred the first day of classes.

  22. Imagine if We Listened to Scientists Before the Hurricane Op Ed, September 8

    When community members know more about how to protect their homes and businesses, they become more resilient to disaster.

  23. At Least 4 Boats Sink During ‘Trump Boat Parade’ in Texas, Officials Say Express, September 5

    No injuries were immediately reported at the event, which was taking place on Lake Travis.

  24. America at Hunger’s Edge Interactive, September 2

    We spent months photographing dozens of families across the country to understand what food insecurity looks like today.

  25. Army to Investigate Chain of Command’s Actions at Fort Hood After Killing Washington, September 1

    Army Secretary Ryan D. McCarthy asked those leading the inquiry to examine whether commanders at the Texas base allowed a climate of harassment to spread.

  26. Catching the Buzz: A Young C.E.O. on Her Lemonade Business, Which Was Inspired by Bees Book Review, August 29

    Mikaila Ulmer’s “Bee Fearless” is that rarest of book breeds: the middle grade memoir.

  27. Texas Is Running Out of Near Misses Op Ed, August 28

    We survived Hurricane Laura, but the Gulf Coast needs better surge protections for the next one.

  28. Medics Save Lives. Let Them. Op Ed, August 26

    The U.S. military, with its experience in disasters and its multiple medical corps, could do more to end the pandemic.

  29. Hurricane Laura Live Updates: Forecasters Warn of ‘Unsurvivable’ Storm Surge National, August 26

    The hurricane is projected to strengthen to a Category 4 storm and make landfall near the Texas-Louisiana border, pushing a of storm surge of 15 to 20 feet into some areas.

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

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

  31. Inside the Fight to Save Houston’s Most Vulnerable Interactive, August 10

    Our reporters and cameras were given exclusive access to the Covid medical I.C.U. at Houston Methodist Hospital. Meet five patients and watch as the staff works to heal them.

  32. Here's What Extreme Heat Looks Like: Profoundly Unequal Interactive, August 6

    Earth is overheating. This year is poised to be one of the hottest ever. Millions are already feeling the pain, but the agony of extreme heat is profoundly unequal across the globe.

  33. Where the Virus Is Sending People to Hospitals Interactive, July 23

    New data from nearly 50 cities shows the number of people hospitalized with coronavirus is rising in a wide expanse of hot spots around the country.

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

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

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

    Get the latest primary results from Alabama, Maine and Texas.

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

    Get the latest primary results from Alabama, Maine and Texas.

  37. We Went Inside a Houston Hospital Dealing With the Virus Surge Interactive, July 7

    We spent time with the doctors and patients dealing with the outbreak at Houston’s largest hospital. “I’ll be honest with you, I can barely keep track,” one doctor told us.

  38. A Striking Disconnect on the Virus: Economic Pain With Little Illness Interactive, June 6

    In corners of the U.S. facing financial ruin, but where the coronavirus hasn’t arrived in full, an analysis of economic and infection data helps explain why some see reopening as long overdue.

  39. At the San Antonio Food Bank, the Cars Keep Coming Interactive, May 26

    Last month, aerial photos of a packed parking lot became a nationwide symbol of economic insecurity. If anything, the anxiety has only deepened.

  40. Texas Covid Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  41. How Megan Thee Stallion Turned ‘Hot’ Into a State of Mind Interactive, March 11

    The musician talks about the aftermath of going viral, the sanctuary of alter egos and what she hopes to do by the time she turns 40.