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  1. Trump Is Not the First President to Snub an Inauguration U.S., Today

    A few heads of state have refused to celebrate their successors. “It’s usually a sign that American society is in the midst of major political feud,” the presidential historian Douglas Brinkley said.

  2. ¿Quiénes fueron los presidentes más jóvenes y más viejos de Estados Unidos en sus tomas de posesión? en Español, Today

    Hasta que Joe Biden, de 78 años, asuma el cargo este miércoles, el presidente Trump ostenta el récord como el presidente más viejo. Theodore Roosevelt, quien ascendió al poder a los 42 años, ha sido el mandatario más joven.

  3. When Joe Biden Takes the White House, He’ll Also Take @WhiteHouse Express, Today

    The transition of official White House social media handles is more complicated now than four years ago.

  4. When Joe Biden Takes the White House, He’ll Also Take @WhiteHouse Express, Today

    The transition of official White House social media handles is more complicated now than four years ago.

  5. What to Expect Over a Frantic Few Days Politics, Today

    Trump’s final pardons, Biden’s first executive orders: This is your morning tip sheet.

  6. ‘What Kind of Message Is That?’: How Republicans See the Attack on the Capitol Podcasts, Today

    We spoke to fans of President Trump about the Capitol riot and their feelings before Joe Biden’s inauguration.

  7. The Arizona G.O.P. Is Sticking With Trumpism, Whether Arizona Republicans Like It or Not Politics, Today

    Despite losing a Senate seat and seeing Joe Biden win the state, state party leaders in the land of Barry Goldwater and John McCain aren’t switching gears. They’re doubling down.

  8. The Next Trump Op Ed, Today

    There is no one quite like him in the Republican Party. So where should we look for the president’s inheritors?

  9. Joe Did It. But How? Op Ed, Today

    Biden’s campaign strategy put Democrats in agony. Here’s why it worked.

  10. Good Riddance, Leader McConnell Op Ed, Today

    The judgment of history will be damning.

  11. Bryan Cranston Won’t Play Donald Trump Op Ed, Today

    The actor who portrayed Lyndon Johnson and Walter White says he’s drawn to broken characters. But he’s got his limits.

  12. His Legacy Interactive, Today

    A journey through four years of Trump in The Times.

  13. Joe Did It. But How? Video, Today

    Biden’s campaign strategies often worried Democrats. But they worked.

  14. Cómo han cambiado las tomas de posesión en Estados Unidos en Español, Today

    La juramentación de los presidentes estadounidenses ha evolucionado un poco desde los días de George Washington.

  15. Late Night Celebrates the Final 36 Hours of Trump in Charge Culture, Today

    “Normally, after a president’s term, they show before and after photos to prove how much the job aged him. This time, they’re showing before and after photos of all of us,” Jimmy Fallon joked on Monday.

  16. Trump’s 1776 Commission Critiques Liberalism in Report Derided by Historians Washington, Yesterday

    The report charges that Americans are being indoctrinated with a false narrative of the nation’s founding and identity, including the role of slavery in its history.

  17. Trump Orders Lifting of Virus Travel Ban, but Biden Aides Vow to Block Move Washington, Yesterday

    The president’s proclamation, which would not take effect until Jan. 26, after Joe Biden assumes office, was part of a flurry of orders that Mr. Biden is likely to reverse.

  18. Trump Orders Lifting of Virus Travel Ban, but Biden Aides Vow to Block Move Washington, Yesterday

    The president’s proclamation, which would not take effect until Jan. 26, after Joe Biden assumes office, was part of a flurry of orders that Mr. Biden is likely to reverse.

  19. Pentagon Accelerates Efforts to Root Out Far-Right Extremism in the Ranks Washington, Yesterday

    The nation’s military has a history of downplaying white nationalism and right-wing activism, but the siege of the Capitol has created a new urgency for dealing with them.

  20. They Prepare the White House for a New President. They Have 5 Hours. Washington, Yesterday

    Inauguration Day brings with it an awkward transition when one family moves in and another moves out, made all the more so this year by the coronavirus and President Trump’s stormy departure.

  21. Sharpshooters, Protesters, a Secret Train Trip Washington, Yesterday

    The inaugural of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. is not the first to take place at a tense moment in American history.

  22. Lincoln Knew in 1838 What 2021 Would Bring Op Ed, Yesterday

    Before Jefferson Davis there was John C. Calhoun. What rougher beasts do Trump, Hawley and Cruz prefigure?

  23. Trump lifted coronavirus travel restrictions from Europe and Brazil; Biden team says it won’t last. Politics, Yesterday

    President Trump ordered an end to the ban on travelers from Europe and Brazil to the United States, a move that was quickly rejected by aides to President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  24. Biden to Cancel Keystone XL Pipeline in Inauguration Day Executive Order Washington, Yesterday

    The project had already been languishing, but the action by Mr. Biden would signal his determination to undo President Trump’s environmental legacy.

  25. Trump Prepares Pardon Wave for Final Hours Washington, Yesterday

    Among those under consideration for grants of clemency are the former New York Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver and the rapper Lil Wayne.

  26. Andrés Manuel López Obrador ya extraña a Donald Trump, a quien alguna vez criticó en Español, Yesterday

    El presidente de México llegó a apreciar el estilo no intervencionista de Trump y ha empezado a agitar las aguas frente a un gobierno que anticipa será más entrometido.

  27. An Inaugural Lockdown Comes at a Price for Washingtonians Washington, Yesterday

    The nation’s capital has been secured with checkpoints, tens of thousands of National Guard troops and miles of fencing and barricades, security at the cost of normalcy.

  28. Once a Trump-Basher, Mexico’s Leader Misses Him Already Foreign, Yesterday

    President Andrés Manuel López Obrador came to appreciate Mr. Trump’s hands-off style, and is already making waves with an incoming administration he expects to be more meddlesome.

  29. ‘I Let You Down’: Klete Keller’s Path From Olympics to Capitol Riot Sports, Yesterday

    Jan. 6 wasn’t Keller’s first election protest in Washington. But as he makes tearful apologies and faces federal charges, even his closest confidants aren’t sure why he was there at all.

  30. The Fire Last Time Op Ed, Yesterday

    Timothy McVeigh’s 1995 attack in Oklahoma City spurred legislation that gutted death row inmates’ rights. In the wake of the siege of the Capitol, will we make a similar mistake?

  31. Twitter bloqueó a Trump: así se tomó la decisión en Español, Yesterday

    Jack Dorsey, el director ejecutivo de la red social, tenía reservas sobre el bloqueo de la cuenta del presidente de Estados Unidos. Pero los llamados a la violencia que sus tuits provocaban eran demasiado abrumadores.

  32. Regnery Publishing picks up Senator Hawley’s book after it was dropped by Simon & Schuster. Politics, Yesterday

    The conservative publishing house said Senator Josh Hawley had been the victim of cancel culture.

  33. Biden is expected to cancel the Keystone XL Pipeline permit on his first day in office. Politics, Yesterday

    Environmentalists have long targeted the nearly 1,200-mile pipeline as both a contributor to climate change and a symbol of the country’s unwillingness to move away from an oil-based economy.

  34. Biden Will Be the Oldest President to Take the Oath Express, Yesterday

    Until Joe Biden is sworn in on Wednesday, President Trump holds the record for the country’s oldest chief executive. At 42, Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest.

  35. Why Rage Over the 2020 Election Could Last Well Past Trump National, Yesterday

    A vast majority of Americans do not approve of the riot at the Capitol. But experts warn that the widespread belief there was election fraud, while false, could have dangerous, lasting effects.

  36. Presidential Children’s Books, Pets and All Interactive, Yesterday

    When Joe Biden takes office, there will be several children's book authors and subjects in the White House.

  37. Who Was the First New President to …? Express, Yesterday

    The inauguration has evolved a bit from George Washington’s day.

  38. This M.L.K. Day, America Has a ‘Long Road Ahead’ Politics, Yesterday

    White supremacy was built on lies. In a reality-denying age, it follows that racism has flourished.

  39. In Minnesota, a G.O.P. Lawmaker’s Death Brings Home the Reality of Covid Politics, Yesterday

    Minnesota Republicans celebrated election victories with a gala party. A state senator’s death from Covid-19 underlined the consequences of the G.O.P.’s rejection of health experts’ guidance.

  40. ‘Expedited Spree of Executions’ Faced Little Supreme Court Scrutiny Washington, Yesterday

    In its last six months, the Trump administration put more than three times as many prisoners to death as the federal government had in the previous six decades.

  41. Pompeo, Who Led Trump’s Mission at State Dept., Leaves With a Dubious Legacy Washington, Yesterday

    As Secretary of State Mike Pompeo looks to his political future, his turbulent tenure is characterized by investigations into his leadership and ethics.

  42. Biden’s Covid-19 Plan Is Maddeningly Obvious Op Ed, Yesterday

    It is infuriating that the Trump administration left so many of these things undone.

  43. Trump Isn’t Out the Door Yet Op Ed, Yesterday

    But after a few terrible weeks, there are reasons for Americans to be cautiously optimistic.

  44. One Year, 400,000 Coronavirus Deaths: How the U.S. Guaranteed Its Own Failure National, January 17

    After the White House declined to pursue a unified national strategy, governors faced off against lobbyists, health experts and a restless public consumed by misinformation.

  45. ‘I Answered the Call of My President’: Rioters Say Trump Urged Them On Metro, January 17

    The defense from Trump supporters arrested in the Capitol assault is emerging in court papers and interviews — and could play a role in impeachment proceedings.

  46. Small Group of Armed Protesters Gather at Michigan Capitol Video, January 17

    In Michigan, government officials and law enforcement prepared for the possibility of significant violence ahead of the inauguration, but by Sunday’s end only a small group of armed protesters had ventured to the state capitol.

  47. Capitol Under Lockdown Ahead of Inauguration Video, January 17

    People able to enter the militarized perimeter around the U.S. Capitol caught a glimpse of an occupied city amid preparations for the presidential inauguration of Joe Biden.

  48. N.S.A. Installs Trump Loyalist as Top Lawyer Days Before Biden Takes Office Washington, January 17

    The acting defense secretary ordered the spy agency to appoint Michael Ellis, who has been accused of having a hand in one of the Trump administration’s most contentious legal decisions.

  49. How to Celebrate Inauguration Day Letters, January 17

    Readers urge Americans not to let fear dominate a momentous day, and offer suggestions for former presidents and the media.

  50. Social Media Posts Lead to Arrest of N.Y. Man for Role in Capitol Riot Metro, January 17

    In several videos on Facebook, the man, Edward Jacob Lang, could be seen in the mob outside the building in Washington.

  51. Kevin McCarthy Finds That Charm Has Its Limits Op Ed, January 17

    Many people will not forgive the Republican House leader’s blatant acts to embrace and perpetuate dangerous lies that threatened democracy.

  52. How Republicans Are Warping Reality Around the Capitol Attack Politics, January 17

    Loyalists to President Trump are increasingly relying on conspiracy theories and misinformation, drawing false equivalence with last summer’s racial protests and blaming outside agitators.

  53. Prospect of Pardons in Final Days Fuels Market to Buy Access to Trump Washington, January 17

    The president’s allies have collected tens of thousands of dollars — and potentially much more — from people seeking pardons.

  54. Biden Seeks Quick Start With Executive Actions and Aggressive Legislation Washington, January 16

    In an effort to mark a clean break from the Trump era, the president-elect plans to roll out dozens of executive orders in his first 10 days on top of a big stimulus plan and an expansive immigration bill.

  55. Before the Capitol Riot, Calls for Cash and Talk of Revolution Investigative, January 16

    A network of far-right agitators across the country spent weeks organizing and raising money for a mass action to overturn President Trump’s election loss.

  56. Could Mitch McConnell Get to Yes? Op Ed, January 16

    Why the Republican leader should be tempted by the Senate’s opportunity to bar Trump from running for president again.

  57. Shadows on the Silk Road Op Ed, January 16

    Finding omens of American decline on a long walk across Asia.

  58. In Home District, McCarthy Faces Some Backlash From the Right Politics, January 16

    In conservative Bakersfield, Calif., Kevin McCarthy enjoys solid support. But in the days since impeachment, some Republicans now say he has not been loyal enough to President Trump.

  59. Images From the Capitol Under Siege Editorial, January 16

    The usual bustle of lawmakers moving in and out of offices gave way to a horrific scene.

  60. Post Trump, Republicans Are Headed for a Bitter Internal Showdown Politics, January 16

    G.O.P. leadership would like to blunt President Trump’s influence over the party. Mr. Trump and his allies want to punish those who have crossed him. A series of clashes looms.

  61. Inside Twitter’s Decision to Cut Off Trump Business, January 16

    Jack Dorsey, the chief executive, had reservations about locking the president’s account. But the calls for violence that his tweets provoked were too overwhelming.

  62. A Farewell to the Trump Aesthetic Styles, January 16

    Four years of hard-core branding, soap opera chic and designer trolling are coming to an end. What have we learned? A look back in gilt.

  63. Capitol Attack Could Fuel Extremist Recruitment For Years, Experts Warn National, January 16

    An ideological jumble of far-right extremists and hate groups flourished under President Trump and claimed new energy after the attack on the Capitol. Now they are debating their next moves.

  64. The Pariah Post-Presidency Politics, January 16

    Isolated and angry, a diminished President Trump is leaving Washington for an uncertain future.

  65. A First for an American President, and a First for Donald Trump Politics, January 16

    In the final moments of his presidency, Mr. Trump is confronting an unfamiliar fate: He is being held to account as never before for things he has said.

  66. Trump’s ‘Law and Order’: One More Deceptive Tactic Is Exposed Politics, January 16

    The president’s response to the riot at the Capitol underscored the ways he has twisted the phrase “law and order” over the past four years.

  67. U.S. Executes Dustin Higgs for Role in 3 1996 Murders Washington, January 16

    It was the 13th and final scheduled federal execution under President Trump. President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. has said he opposes the death penalty.

  68. Biden Pledges Federal Vaccine Campaign to Beat a Surging Coronavirus Washington, January 15

    Facing looming shortages and rising infections, the president-elect promised mobile vaccination sites, National Guard troops and a federal push to increase vaccine production.

  69. Critical Moments in the Capitol Siege Interactive, January 15

    Here is a moment-by-moment timeline of events on Jan. 6, when a mob assaulted the U.S. Capitol.

  70. Last-Minute Rule Seeks Term Limits on Top Career Health Officials Upshot, January 15

    The Trump administration wants to mandate job reviews for top government scientists and managers every five years, which could lead to reassignment.

  71. Lankford Apologizes to Black Voters for Backing Trump’s Election Deceit Washington, January 15

    The Oklahoma senator, who is up for re-election in 2022, said he had not realized his objection to the election results would be seen as a direct attack on the voting rights of people of color.

  72. Pentagon Moves to Block Exam of Tortured Guantánamo Prisoner Washington, January 15

    In his final days in office before a new administration takes over, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy changed a regulation to sidestep court rulings requiring the medical examination.

  73. Atlanta Prosecutor Appears to Move Closer to Trump Inquiry Politics, January 15

    The Fulton County district attorney is weighing an inquiry into possible election interference and is said to be considering hiring an outside counsel.

  74. Pelosi Holds Back Impeachment Article as House Builds Case Washington, January 15

    The speaker called the impeachment of President Trump “urgent,” but did not send the charge to the Senate to prompt the start of a trial, nor commit to when she would do so.

  75. Photos of Trump ally who visited the White House capture notes about martial law. Politics, January 15

    President Trump, isolated and watching the clock count down on his time in the White House, spent some of it on Friday with the C.E.O. of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, who brought some notes with him.

  76. Videos Show How Rioter Was Trampled in Stampede at Capitol Video, January 15

    Rosanne Boyland died after losing consciousness in the crush of a pro-Trump mob as it surged against the police. Here’s how it happened.

  77. Impeachment Briefing: Waiting to Transmit N Y T Now, January 15

    Scheduling President Trump's trial "at a really precarious time."

  78. ‘We Need to Stabilize’: Big Business Breaks With Republicans Business, January 15

    Low taxes and light regulation made the party popular with corporate America for decades. President Trump and his supporters have frayed those bonds.

  79. Impeachment Trial for Trump: Deterrent or Distraction? Letters, January 15

    One reader urges conviction to “deter future demagogues” while two others worry that a trial will increase divisiveness.

  80. The Consequences of the Capitol Attack Letters, January 15

    Readers discuss the role of Fox News as provocateur, paying for the damage and legal bills, keeping artifacts as a reminder, police heroism and more.

  81. The Best of Late Night This Week 🌙 Interactive, January 15

    Late-night hosts were put to the test this week. Here are their takes on the fallout from President Trump's impeachment.

  82. Trump Tried to End Federal Arts Funding. Instead, It Grew. Culture, January 15

    Each year, President Trump’s proposed federal budget eliminated funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. But the agency survived, largely by relying on bipartisan support in Congress.

  83. Russia to Exit Open Skies Treaty, Escalating Military Rivalry With U.S. Foreign, January 15

    Washington withdrew from the treaty, which lets countries make reconnaissance flights over each other’s territory, last year. Moscow’s move could signal difficulties for the Biden administration.

  84. Trump Tried to End Federal Arts Funding. Instead, It Grew. Arts, January 15

    Each year, President Trump’s proposed federal budget eliminated funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. But the agency survived, largely by relying on bipartisan support in Congress.

  85. A Republican senator from Oklahoma apologizes to Black constituents for seeking to disenfranchise them. Politics, January 15

    Senator James Lankford said in a letter that he had never intended to “diminish the voice of any Black American” by questioning the election results. Still, he added, “I should have recognized how what I said and what I did could be interpreted by...

  86. North Korea Unveils New Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile Foreign, January 15

    Days before President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s inauguration, the North made its latest demonstration of its nuclear might at a Pyongyang military parade.

  87. Trump’s Inevitable End Op Ed, January 15

    Finally the world agrees that Trump is exactly the man his fiercest critics said he was. But has the reckoning come too late?

  88. ‘Stop the Steal’ Didn’t Start With Trump Op Ed, January 15

    Mainstream Republicans and conservative commentators have been pushing the idea that Democrats can only win through fraud for decades.

  89. Removing the Name ‘Trump’ Won’t Save a Golf Course in the Bronx Metropolitan, January 15

    As New York City moves to void its contracts with Trump Organization properties, one of them stands out as a problem no matter what name is on the sign.

  90. From the Capitol to Australian Skies, Misinformation Finds Supporters Foreign, January 15

    Australia’s ruling party defends its own, even when colleagues spread misinformation about the Capitol siege and the coronavirus. Why?

  91. La conclusión predestinada de una presidencia en Español, January 15

    El segundo proceso de destitución al presidente Trump —en un Capitolio rodeado de tropas— parecía la culminación inevitable de cuatro años que dejan a una nación fracturada, molesta y sin sentido claro de identidad.

  92. No, the Chaos in America Is Not a Gift to China and Russia Op Ed, January 15

    Autocrats around the world won’t gain from the United States’ pain.

  93. Late Night: Shocker. Trump Stiffs Giuliani and Won’t Take His Calls. Culture, January 15

    “Impeachment was great, but there really is no more perfect way for this to end than Trump stiffing Rudy,” Seth Meyers said.

  94. Senate Plans Trial for Trump as G.O.P. Weighs Risks of Convicting Washington, January 14

    Senate leaders were working to agree on a dual track to try the departing president at the same time it considered the agenda of the incoming one, an exercise never tried before.

  95. Inaugural Security Is Fortified in D.C. as Military and Police Links Are Eyed in Riot Washington, January 14

    Dozens of people in Washington on the day of the attack on the Capitol were said to be on a terrorism watch list.

  96. After 2 Impeachments, Giuliani Vows to Continue His Fervor for Trump Washington, January 14

    White House officials are universally angry with Rudolph W. Giuliani and blame him for both of President Trump’s impeachments. But he remains one of few people still willing to join Mr. Trump in the foxhole.

  97. Abandon Trump? Deep in the G.O.P. Ranks, the MAGA Mind-Set Prevails Politics, January 14

    As President Trump prepares to exit the White House, his ideas, including falsehoods and conspiracy theories, continue to exert a gravitational pull among grass-roots G.O.P. officials.

  98. Cuba tiene la vista puesta en un futuro sin Trump en Español, January 14

    La decisión de volver a colocar a Cuba en la lista de Estados acusados de patrocinar el terrorismo se tomó en “los últimos coletazos de una fracasada y corrupta administración”, dijo el presidente cubano. La isla espera con ansias el cambio de gobierno en Washington.

  99. Impeachment Briefing: Republicans Divided N Y T Now, January 14

    Some Republicans are thinking about voting for President Trump’s impeachment, as the Senate prepares for a trial.

  100. After Barring Trump, Facebook and Twitter Face Scrutiny About Inaction Abroad Business, January 14

    Human rights groups and activists have spent years urging the companies to do more to remove content that encouraged violence.

  101. Deplatforming Trump Could Work. But at What Cost? Op Ed, January 14

    Tech giants are finally taking action to sideline the president and far-right extremists. What does that mean for the rest of us?

  102. Overwhelmed, More States Turn to National Guard for Vaccine Help Washington, January 14

    At least 16 states and territories are using the National Guard to give shots, drawing on doctors, nurses, medics and other troops who are skilled in administering injections.

  103. Trump Ignites a War Within the Church Op Ed, January 14

    After a week of Trumpist mayhem, white evangelicals wrestle with what they’ve become.

  104. Trump Appointee to Temporarily Lead Pentagon; Retired Admiral Will Be Spokesman Washington, January 14

    David Norquist will be Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s acting defense secretary, if only for a few days. A retired rear admiral, John Kirby, will be the Pentagon press secretary.

  105. How About a Smaller Inauguration? Letters, January 14

    A reader says that for security reasons, the swearing-in should take place at the White House. Also: Maskless legislators; the nuclear arsenal; books for presidents coming and going; tax avoidance.

  106. Disabled Americans Are Losing a Lifeline Op Ed, January 14

    Biden can help.

  107. ‘Queens Man Impeached’: A Paper Gives Trump the Local Treatment Business, January 14

    A series of headlines have brought attention to the Queens Daily Eagle, a small outlet in the borough where the president was born.

  108. ‘Queens Man Impeached’: A Paper Gives Trump the Local Treatment Business, January 14

    A series of headlines have brought attention to the Queens Daily Eagle, a small outlet in the borough where the president was born.

  109. Looking Ahead to Trump’s Trial in the Senate Letters, January 14

    Readers discuss when to hold the trial and whether to have witnesses, and praise two members of Congress for showing courage by voting to impeach and working amid grief.

  110. Trump and Aides Drove Family Separation at Border, Documents Say Washington, January 14

    Notes and testimony from a Justice Department official implicate President Trump and White House aides in the “zero tolerance” policy that led to family separations at the border.

  111. Harold N. Bornstein, Trump’s Former Personal Physician, Dies at 73 Obits, January 14

    He attested that President Trump would be the “healthiest president ever,” but he was later expelled from his orbit.

  112. A Historic Impeachment and a Big Choice for the Senate Politics, January 14

    Trump enters the history books. Now what will McConnell do? This is your morning tip sheet.

  113. They Used to Post Selfies. Now They’re Trying to Reverse the Election. Op Ed, January 14

    Right-wing influencers embraced extremist views, and Facebook rewarded them.

  114. The Supreme Court After Trump Op Ed, January 14

    Now that his presidency has disintegrated into mayhem, how are the conservative justices processing his tenure?

  115. I Love Section 230. Got a Problem With That? Op Ed, January 14

    In a special bonus episode of “The Argument,” Jane Coaston defends the law that made the internet as we know it.

  116. Late Night Reviews ‘Trump’s Impeachment: The Sequel’ Culture, January 14

    “Makes sense — this president loves having seconds,” Stephen Colbert said on Wednesday.

  117. Trump Impeached for Inciting Insurrection Washington, January 13

    President Trump became the first president to be impeached twice, after the House approved a single charge citing his role in whipping up a mob that stormed the Capitol. He faces a Senate trial that could disqualify him from future office.

  118. As His Predecessor Is Impeached, Biden Tries to Stay Above the Fray Washington, January 13

    The president-elect has long tried to keep from being sucked into President Trump’s dramas. He may find that posture hard to maintain when he takes office and the Senate puts Mr. Trump on trial.

  119. A Preordained Coda to a Presidency Washington, January 13

    The impeachment of President Trump for a second time — in a Capitol ringed by troops — seemed like the almost inevitable culmination of four years that left the nation fractured, angry and losing its sense of self.

  120. U.S. Capitol Fills With National Guard Troops Video, January 13

    The troops lined the halls of the Capitol on Wednesday as the House of Representatives prepared to vote to impeach President Trump one week after he incited a mob to overrun the complex.

  121. Under Heavy Pressure, Trump Releases Video Condemning Capitol Siege Washington, January 13

    The video was made public after President Trump was impeached a second time and after he told his supporters in the hours following the start of the riot last week that “we love you.”

  122. Trump Swings and Misses Op Ed, January 13

    Talk about a bankrupt presidency.

  123. Inside the Capitol for Impeachment: National Guard in Every Corner Washington, January 13

    One week after the siege of the Capitol, lawmakers impeached President Trump a second time under heavily armed guard.

  124. Amid Riot Chaos, Some National Security Leaders Are Absent From View Washington, January 13

    The Trump administration’s response to the attack, incited by the president, has lacked broad reassurances to a country on edge.

  125. Impeachment Briefing: Trump Is Impeached, Again N Y T Now, January 13

    The House impeached President Trump for inciting a violent insurrection against the U.S. government.

  126. More Arrests Made Amid New Calls for Investigation of Capitol Attack Washington, January 13

    Democratic lawmakers also demanded answers about visitors to the Capitol a day before the riot.

  127. A Preordained Coda to a Presidency Washington, January 13

    The impeachment of President Trump for a second time — in a Capitol ringed by troops — seemed like the almost inevitable culmination of four years that left the nation fractured, angry and losing its sense of self.

  128. Pressure Mounts on Republicans to Buck Trump Amid Impeachment Battle Politics, January 13

    A lengthening list of blue-chip giants of corporate America are pledging to cut off funds to Republicans who opposed certifying the election, and Democrats are planning ad campaigns against them.

  129. ¿Por qué se enjuicia a Trump ahora? Explicamos cómo será el segundo juicio político del presidente en Español, January 13

    Cuando solo queda una semana de su mandato, la Cámara de Representantes aprobó otro juicio político contra el presidente Trump, pero probablemente dejará el cargo antes de ser juzgado en el Senado. Así es como funciona el proceso.

  130. Impeachment Is a Call for ‘Moral Clarity’ Op Ed, January 13

    We must clear an ecosystem of mass delusion spread by Fox News and many Republicans.

  131. Joe Neguse: Impeachment Manager Was Early Advocate of Charging President Washington, January 13

    Mr. Neguse described his first vote to impeach President Trump, in 2019, as defending democracy.

  132. Proud Boys Supporter With 1,000 Rifle Rounds Made Threats, U.S. Says Metro, January 13

    Prosecutors said Eduard Florea threatened violence against the Rev. Raphael Warnock in online messages on the day of the Capitol riot.

  133. ‘Estamos en una lucha del bien contra el mal’: cómo los cristianos evangélicos blancos se fusionaron con el extremismo de Trump en Español, January 13

    Una potente mezcla de agravio y fervor religioso ha impulsado el apoyo entre los leales a Trump, muchos de los cuales se describen como parte de una especie de guerra santa.

  134. Rare Pentagon Mission: Armed Troops in Capital Washington, January 13

    The troops will be the National Guard and not active-duty. But officials know such events are fraught with risk and cite Kent State in 1970, Tiananmen Square in 1989 and Tehran in 2009.

  135. What Polls Say About Trump’s Impeachment and Possible Removal Politics, January 13

    Clear majorities of Americans believe the president is responsible for the riot at the Capitol last week, but support for impeaching and removing him is not as widespread, polls suggest.

  136. Stacey Plaskett: An Impeachment Manager Who Couldn’t Vote to Impeach Washington, January 13

    The House delegate from the Virgin Islands lobbied to be part of the first trial of President Trump. Now she has her chance.

  137. The Impeachment Proceedings That Came Before Politics, January 13

    With a House majority voting to impeach President Trump on a charge of inciting insurrection, here is a look back at what happened to Bill Clinton, Richard Nixon and Andrew Johnson.

  138. David Cicilline: Impeachment Manager Has Already Taken on Big Tech Washington, January 13

    After years of pursuing tech giants for antitrust violations, Mr. Cicilline is shifting his focus to impeachment.

  139. The Second Impeachment: ‘President Trump Betrayed His Country’ Letters, January 13

    Readers discuss whether Congress should be spending its time on impeachment and how Mike Pence, Mitch McConnell and Liz Cheney have responded to efforts to remove the president.

  140. Madeleine Dean: Impeachment Manager Brings Ethics Experience to Trial Washington, January 13

    Ms. Dean was among the lawmakers who hid in the House gallery as a mob of pro-Trump supporters tried to break into the chamber.

  141. Trump Impeached Again, With Some G.O.P. Support Video, January 13

    On Wednesday, the House of Representatives impeached President Trump for inciting a violent insurrection against the United States government, following the Jan. 6 attacks on the Capitol. Ten Republican members voted with Democrats.

  142. The Impeachment Proceedings That Came Before Politics, January 13

    With a House majority voting to impeach President Trump on a charge of inciting insurrection, here is a look back at what happened to Bill Clinton, Richard Nixon and Andrew Johnson.

  143. President Trump: Visit the Children, Not the Wall Letters, January 13

    A retired judge writes that the president would have done better to look into the eyes of the children detained by his immigration policy. Also: Girls do coding, too.

  144. Klete Keller, Olympic Swimmer, Is Charged in Capitol Siege Sports, January 13

    Keller, a two-time gold medalist, faces federal charges that include disorderly conduct and obstructing law enforcement.

  145. El día que Mike Pence se hartó de Trump en Español, January 13

    Durante casi cuatro años, el vicepresidente se mordió la lengua frente a los impulsos de su jefe, algo que los críticos dicen que permitió lo peor del presidente. Así fue la semana en que resistió a los insultos y presiones de Trump.

  146. Why Remove Trump Now? A Guide to the Second Impeachment of a President Washington, January 13

    With only a week left in his term, the House impeached President Trump, but he will leave office before he stands trial in the Senate. Here’s how the process works.

  147. Klete Keller, Former Olympic Medalist, Charged in Capitol Siege Sports, January 13

    Keller, a two-time gold medalist and former teammate of Michael Phelps, faces federal charges that include disorderly conduct and obstructing law enforcement.

  148. Trump Opens Habitat of a Threatened Owl to Timber Harvesting Climate, January 13

    Going far beyond expectations, the Trump administration eliminated protection from more than three million acres of northern spotted owl habitat in the Pacific Northwest.

  149. Diana DeGette: Impeachment Manager Has Deep Experience in the House Washington, January 13

    The representative from Colorado, first elected in 1996, spent 14 years as the Democrats’ chief deputy whip and often holds the gavel in the House.

  150. Why Remove Trump Now? A Guide to the Second Impeachment of a President U.S., January 13

    With only a week left in his term, the House is set to impeach President Trump, but he will probably leave office before he stands trial in the Senate. Here’s how the process works.