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  1. $350,000 Homes in Connecticut, Michigan and Texas Real Estate, Today

    A 19th-century farmhouse in Middletown, a one-bedroom condominium in Detroit and a 1910 Craftsman house in Dallas.

  2. What You Get for $350,000 Slideshow, Today

    A 19th-century farmhouse in Middletown, Conn.; a one-bedroom condominium in Detroit; and a 1910 Craftsman house in Dallas.

  3. Clayton Williams, Oilman Whose Gaffes Cost an Election, Dies at 88 U.S., Yesterday

    Leading Ann Richards in 1990, he was undone by a spate of blunders. He was the last Republican to date to lose a race for governor of Texas.

  4. California Takes Revenge on Trump Opinion, February 14

    People leaving the Golden State are changing the political makeup of the states they move to.

  5. ‘We’re an Afterthought’: The Push to Get Asian-Americans to Complete the Census U.S., February 14

    They are the fastest-growing demographic group in the nation, and activists say they remain largely misunderstood. They want to use this year’s count to help.

  6. Some Wuhan Evacuees Ask Why They Aren’t Being Tested for the Coronavirus U.S., February 13

    There is no reason to test healthy people for the virus, the C.D.C. says, but some evacuees are asking to be tested.

  7. Songs? Nah. 10k.Caash Is Making Whatever Comes Next. Arts, February 12

    The Dallas rapper found fame with viral dance moves. Now he’s slicing and dicing music into post-song creations ripe for TikTok and Triller.

  8. A Childhood Crush, Updated for the 21st Century Real Estate, February 11

    As a child in Austin, Texas, he admired the house from afar. As an adult, he made it his own.

  9. The Midcentury-Modern House on the Hill Slideshow, February 11

    As a child in Austin, Texas, he admired the house from afar. As an adult, he made it his own.

  10. How Politics Plays Out in Textbooks Opinion, February 8

    Readers react to an article comparing textbooks in California and Texas.

  11. Federal Hate Crime Charges Filed in El Paso Shooting That Targeted Latinos U.S., February 6

    The man charged in a shooting at a Walmart that left 22 people dead had railed in a manifesto about “the Hispanic invasion of Texas.”

  12. ‘Cheer’: What to Read and Listen to After Seeing This Netflix Hit Arts, February 6

    The docu-series about Navarro College’s competitive cheerleading team has taken over the internet. Here’s the best of the conversation to dive into next.

  13. Veronica Escobar to Focus on Health Care, Guns in Spanish-Language Response to Trump U.S., February 4

    The first-term congresswoman from Texas had a visceral response to President Trump’s State of the Union address last year. Now she has the chance to rebut him directly.

  14. U.S. Oil Industry Is Already Suffering From the Coronavirus Business, February 4

    With a decline in China’s demand sending world prices lower, cutbacks by American companies may be ahead, but drivers are benefiting.

  15. U.S. Oil Industry Is Already Suffering From the Coronavirus U.S., February 4

    With a decline in China’s demand sending world prices lower, cutbacks by American companies may be ahead, but drivers are benefiting.

  16. Exploring the Complicated State of Football in America Times Insider, February 2

    With high N.F.L. viewership amid decreasing participation in youth football, The Times examined the unexpected in its On Defense series.

  17. Student Suspended Over Dreadlocks Is Invited to the Oscars by ‘Hair Love’ Team U.S., February 1

    DeAndre Arnold was told his dreadlocks violated his Texas high school’s dress code. Now he has been invited to the Oscars by the celebrity couple Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade.

  18. Fort Worth Embraces Its Cowboy Culture Business, January 28

    The Texas city hopes to become a center of sports and entertainment with the opening of Dickies Arena and plans to modernize its Stockyards district.

  19. ‘American Dirt’ Is Proof the Publishing Industry Is Broken Opinion, January 27

    The clumsy high-profile rollout of the polarizing novel points to a larger issue concerning how new books are promoted.

  20. A Small Town’s Fight Over America’s Biggest Sport Podcasts, January 27

    Is football safe for kids to play? The debate in Marshall, Texas, reflects a broader dialogue about the dangers of playing the game.

  21. Two Dead in Explosion at Houston Plant U.S., January 24

    A blast woke Houston residents from sleep in the early hours of Friday morning, shattering windows and scattering debris. The two fatalities were believed to be employees of the plant, officials said.

  22. Suspected Case of Wuhan Coronavirus Surfaces in Brazos County, Texas U.S., January 23

    Health officials said they were investigating the case and keeping the patient isolated at home.

  23. Where Are the Best Places for Millennials to Live and Work? Real Estate, January 23

    Younger workers are likelier to seek new cities for career advancement. Here are the Top 10 metro areas based on job-relevant factors.

  24. Why This Texas City Is Saying Yes to Refugees While the Governor Says No U.S., January 21

    In earlier years, Amarillo had more refugees per capita than any other Texas city. The newcomers are considered neighbors now.

  25. Conservative States Seek Billions to Brace for Disaster. (Just Don’t Call It Climate Change.) Climate, January 20

    A Trump administration program to help states prepare for natural disasters has become a window into the tortured political language of talking about climate change.