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  1. How Americans Can Learn to Live Together Again Opinion, Today

    Why chatting with your barista could help save America.

  2. Biden delays the release of remaining J.F.K. assassination records, citing the pandemic. World, Yesterday

    The National Archives require additional time to work on redactions, a White House statement on Friday said.

  3. The Pessimistic Electorate Behind Biden’s Approval Ratings U.S., Yesterday

    In the era of modern polling, only Donald J. Trump has had a lower approval rating than President Biden’s at this early stage of his term.

  4. Trump to Twitter: I Can’t Make You Love Me Opinion, October 22

    The former president will attempt to build his own version of the social media giant.

  5. Illegal Border Crossings, Driven by Pandemic and Natural Disasters, Soar to Record High U.S., October 22

    Migrants were encountered 1.7 million times in the last 12 months, the highest number of illegal crossings recorded since at least 1960.

  6. The Best of Late Night This Week 🌙 Interactive, October 22

    This week, the late-night hosts riffed on news about vaccine boosters, the American labor market, Facebook’s name change and Donald Trump’s new social network. Here’s what they had to say.

  7. This Hedge Fund Manager Dumped Trump Business, October 22

    The investor Boaz Weinstein moved to abandon a blank-check fund that announced a deal with the former president.

  8. Hackers lay claim to Donald Trump’s social app before its launch. Technology, October 21

    Hackers tied to the group Anonymous defaced a private version of the former president’s app, Truth Social, posting images of defecating pigs and explicative-laced rants.

  9. Report Finds No Wrongdoing in Hiring of Trump Loyalist as N.S.A.’s Top Lawyer U.S., October 21

    The Pentagon’s inspector general found no undue influence in Michael Ellis’s appointment, but recommended a new review of his handling of classified material.

  10. Texas Governor Appoints Former Trump Lawyer to Oversee Election Review U.S., October 21

    The selection of a new secretary of state arrives as Gov. Greg Abbott is facing pressure to allow an expanded 2020 election audit in Texas.

  11. Trump Takes Advantage of Wall Street Fad to Bankroll New Venture Business, October 21

    A merger with a so-called blank check company is poised to give the former president access to hundreds of millions of dollars.

  12. The Irony in Glenn Youngkin’s Push for Early Voting in Virginia U.S., October 21

    Glenn Youngkin, the Republican nominee for governor, is encouraging early voting despite catering to the Trump base that believes the former president’s election conspiracies.

  13. House Finds Bannon in Contempt for Defying Jan. 6 Inquiry Subpoena U.S., October 21

    The vote came after a bitterly partisan debate over the Capitol attack and as Republicans sought to deflect questions about Donald J. Trump’s role in the violence.

  14. ‘Ordinary Citizens’ Turned Rioters on Jan. 6 Opinion, October 21

    Readers react to an account of 90 seconds of violence at the Capitol. Also: Voting rights; Parler; the Jefferson statue; older drivers; filing cabinets.

  15. Stymied Before, Trump Finds Backing for His Own Media Venture U.S., October 20

    A merger could give the former president access to nearly $300 million in cash — and perhaps a new platform.

  16. Trump Organization, Already Under Indictment, Faces New Criminal Inquiry New York, October 20

    The investigation, by the Westchester County district attorney’s office, increases the legal scrutiny of the former president and his family business.

  17. Trump Is Interviewed for 4.5 Hours in Protesters’ Lawsuit New York, October 19

    The former president was deposed as part of a lawsuit accusing his security guards of roughing up protesters in 2015.

  18. Trump consideró enviar 250.000 tropas a la frontera, algo que el jefe del Pentágono descartó en Español, October 19

    Colaboradores de seguridad nacional de alto rango del expresidente Trump también lo disuadieron de incursionar en México en operativos contra los cárteles.

  19. House Panel Recommends Contempt Charge Against Bannon U.S., October 19

    The committee scrutinizing the Jan. 6 Capitol riot said the former White House counselor had “multiple roles relevant to this investigation.”

  20. What We Learned in the Latest Campaign Cash Reports U.S., October 19

    Financial disclosures show who has the early money edge in key races, as well as the value of a Trump endorsement.

  21. Trump’s Pentagon Chief Quashed Idea to Send 250,000 Troops to the Border U.S., October 19

    Top national security aides to former President Trump also talked him out of launching military raids against drug cartels inside Mexico.

  22. Iowa Democratic Chair Says He Received Lynching Threat After Criticizing Trump U.S., October 19

    Ross Wilburn, the first Black person to lead Iowa’s Democratic Party, said he received several racist messages after writing a column in The Des Moines Register.

  23. F.B.I. Raids Homes Linked to Russian Oligarch U.S., October 19

    Agents investigating whether Oleg Deripaska violated U.S. sanctions searched homes he has used in New York and Washington, D.C.

  24. In Virginia, a Test of Messages and Candidates Ahead of the Midterms U.S., October 19

    The tight governor’s race in Virginia is a proving ground for strategies that could help determine control of Congress next year.

  25. Adam Schiff: What He Saw at the Trump Revolution Books, October 19

    Schiff’s “Midnight in Washington” is that rare memoir by a politician that actually has something to say.

  26. Trump’s Claim of Executive Privilege in the Jan. 6 Inquiry, Explained U.S., October 19

    A new lawsuit by the ex-president and a move to hold Stephen Bannon in contempt of Congress are raising untested issues about secrecy powers.

  27. Trump Sues to Block Release of White House Papers to Jan. 6 Inquiry U.S., October 18

    The case raises novel constitutional questions about the scope of an ex-president’s executive privilege powers if the current president disagrees.

  28. Zalmay Khalilzad, Biden’s Envoy for Afghanistan, Steps Down U.S., October 18

    An Afghan American and a rare Trump appointee who survived into the Biden administration, Mr. Khalilzad played a central role in the U.S. exit from the country.

  29. Trump Missed the Part About No Do-Overs Opinion, October 18

    And apparently no one from his party is going to explain it to him. 

  30. As Trump Thunders About Last Election, Republicans Worry About the Next One U.S., October 17

    Donald Trump is the Republicans’ greatest asset in mobilizing voters. But some fret that his obsession with false claims about the 2020 election could cost the G.O.P. in 2022.

  31. Fake Polls and Tabloid Coverage on Demand: The Dark Side of Sebastian Kurz World, October 17

    The downfall of Austria’s onetime political Wunderkind put a spotlight on the cozy, sometimes corrupt, relationship between right-wing populists and parts of the news media.

  32. How Democrats Should Sell Themselves to Avoid Electoral Disaster Opinion, October 17

    Sampling the responses to Ezra Klein's column. Also: Children who've lost caregivers to Covid; an exercise ethic.

  33. 90 Seconds of Rage Interactive, October 16

    Inside, the violence was winding down. But outside, seven men found themselves at the center of breathtaking brutality.

  34. Glenn Youngkin Talks About Virginia. His Base Talks About Donald Trump. U.S., October 16

    Republicans in Virginia are saying what their nominee for governor will not: The governor’s race is a proxy for Mr. Trump’s grievances.

  35. Testimony at Lev Parnas Trial Offers Peek at His Place in Trump’s Orbit New York, October 15

    Among other things, Adam Laxalt, a U.S. Senate candidate in Nevada, described his suspicions about a donation to his run for governor in 2018.

  36. Terry McAuliffe’s Other Obstacle in Virginia Race: Democrats’ Apathy U.S., October 15

    Though the state is getting bluer, voters’ exhaustion is imperiling the former governor’s comeback attempt against his Republican rival, Glenn Youngkin.

  37. Trump to Testify in Lawsuit Over Bodyguards’ 2015 Clash With Protesters New York, October 14

    The former president had long avoided being questioned in the case, and it is not clear whether his testimony will become public.

  38. At Rallies, Trump Fans Wear Their Grievances U.S., October 14

    For some, it’s not enough to go to an event in the name of Donald J. Trump — their attendance also requires wearing something that embraces some of his political calling cards.

  39. F.B.I. Official Fired Under Trump Wins Back His Pension U.S., October 14

    Andrew G. McCabe, the former F.B.I. deputy director, will receive his pension and other benefits after settling his lawsuit with the Justice Department.

  40. U.S. Renews Its Support for Trade Group It Once Made a Punching Bag Business, October 14

    Trade Representative Katherine Tai outlined her vision for the battered World Trade Organization, saying the U.S. wanted to re-engage and address working people’s concerns.

  41. Jan. 6 Panel Moves to Recommend Criminal Charges Against Bannon U.S., October 14

    The House select committee investigating the Capitol riot will vote next week to recommend a criminal contempt of Congress charge against Stephen K. Bannon after he defied a subpoena.

  42. Jan. 6 Panel Subpoenas Jeffrey Clark, Former Justice Dept. Official U.S., October 13

    The committee asked for testimony and documents from the little-known former official who pressed his colleagues to pursue Donald J. Trump’s election fraud claims.

  43. Altruist or Schemer? 2 Views of Ex-Giuliani Associate as Trial Begins. New York, October 13

    Was Lev Parnas a businessman who cared about energy independence and marijuana legalization? Or a conniver who flouted campaign finance laws?

  44. How to Counter Pro-Trump Extremism Opinion, October 13

    Readers discuss how to combat Trumpism. Also: The F.D.A. decision on e-cigarettes; the port crisis; parents and teenagers; decluttering responsibly. 

  45. Democrats Can’t Just Give the People What They Want Opinion, October 13

    Nor would that be totally advisable. 

  46. Biden Ends Workplace Immigration Raids, Reversing Trump Policy U.S., October 12

    The change comes during a labor shortage in the United States, offering reassurance that undocumented workers are not at risk of being deported en masse.

  47. Espadas, dagas, pieles de tigre y licores: los líos con los regalos recibidos por Trump en Español, October 12

    Los intercambios de obsequios entre líderes estadounidenses y extranjeros, un proceso muy regulado, se convirtieron en un desastre durante el mandato de Trump.

  48. How Democrats Can Save Themselves Opinion, October 12

    Liberals need to go beyond what polls well.  

  49. Trump’s Shadow Looms as Lev Parnas Trial Begins in New York New York, October 12

    Though Mr. Parnas played a key role in the events that led to the former president’s impeachment, the charges he faces involve accusations of campaign finance violations.

  50. We Are Republicans. There’s Only One Way to Save Our Party From Pro-Trump Extremists. Opinion, October 11

    Moderates of both parties will need to build trust and cooperate in campaigning.

  51. White Tiger and Cheetah Furs: A Mess of Trump Gift Exchanges U.S., October 11

    Gift exchanges between U.S. and foreign leaders, a highly regulated process, devolved into sometimes risible shambles during the Trump administration.

  52. The Sunday Read: ‘The “Perfect Villain” for Voting Conspiracists’ The Daily, October 10

    Eric Coomer had an election-security job at Dominion Voting Systems. He also had posted anti-Trump messages on Facebook. What happened next ruined his life.

  53. Bill Clinton, Race and the Politics of the 1990s Opinion, October 9

    What does “popularism” look like in practice?

  54. Trump Hotel Lost Money, Despite Lobbyist Spending, Documents Show U.S., October 8

    House investigators released data revealing that the hotel in Washington lost $74 million from 2016 to 2020, a figure disputed by the Trump Organization.

  55. Listening, and Listening Again, to Latino Voters Times Insider, October 8

    Jennifer Medina interviews her subjects multiple times — sometimes spending as many as 50 hours with them — to understand their complex political attitudes.

  56. Lurching From Crisis to Crisis, Congress Is Addicted to Cliffs U.S., October 8

    Lawmakers almost never act until they absolutely must — and even then, they usually punt.

  57. Jan. 6 Panel Threatens to Pursue Charges Against Bannon U.S., October 8

    A lawyer for Stephen K. Bannon said he was refusing to comply with a subpoena from the committee on the directive of the former president.

  58. Trump May Run in 2024. So Might They. It’s Getting Awkward. U.S., October 7

    Former President Donald J. Trump’s unwillingness to cede the spotlight has cast doubt on the political futures of several Republican politicians.

  59. Read the document Interactive, October 7

    Here is the draft lawsuit that Michael P. Farris, chief executive of a group known as Alliance Defending Freedom, sent to the South Carolina attorney general, as he searched for a Republican state attorney general willing to file the lawsuit with the Supreme Court.

  60. Behind the Scenes of the Events of Jan. 6 Opinion, October 7

    John Eastman, a lawyer who advised Donald Trump, and others discuss Jan. 6. Also: A non-coup pledge; missing Yazidis; clerical celibacy; taxing the ultrarich.

  61. Biden Can End Debt-Ceiling Sabotage Once and for All Opinion, October 7

    The 14th Amendment offers a way out.

  62. Why Democrats See 3 Governor’s Races as a Sea Wall for Fair Elections U.S., October 6

    Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania all have Democratic governors and G.O.P.-led legislatures. And in all three battlegrounds, Republicans are pushing hard to rewrite election laws.

  63. The Once and Future Threat of Trump Opinion, October 5

    Should all our political choices be organized around the former president?

  64. New Trump Super PAC Formed in the Wake of Misconduct Accusations U.S., October 4

    After a Trump donor accused Corey Lewandowski of making unwanted sexual advances, allies of the former president formed a new super PAC.

  65. Biden Officials End Ban on Abortion Referrals at Federally Funded Clinics U.S., October 4

    The change reversed a policy meant to deter abortions under the Trump administration.

  66. U.S. Signals Little Thaw in Trade Relations With China Business, October 4

    The Biden administration said it would not immediately remove the Trump administration’s tariffs and would require that Beijing uphold its trade commitments.

  67. As I Was Saying: The Etiquette of Interruption Opinion, October 3

    Interrupting a speaker: rudeness or cooperation? Also: Work and values; a presidential age limit; Trump's response to a tell-all book; plastic waste.

  68. The Lawyer Behind the Memo on How Trump Could Stay in Office U.S., October 2

    John Eastman was a little-known but respected conservative lawyer. Then he became influential with Donald Trump — and counseled him on how to retain power after losing the election.

  69. Jan. 6 Was Worse Than We Knew Opinion, October 2

    The Electoral Count Act needs to be fixed.

  70. In a Memoir, the Impeachment Witness Fiona Hill Recounts Her Journey From ‘Blighted World’ to White House Books, October 1

    “There Is Nothing for You Here” recounts the story of Hill’s coal-mining family and her unlikely path to serving in the administrations of three American presidents.

  71. Biden Campaigned as the Anti-Trump. But a Clean Break Is Never Easy. U.S., September 30

    When it comes to policy, the president is finding that it is not always easy to draw a clear line separating himself from his predecessor.

  72. Biden Guidelines Direct ICE to Focus on Immigrants Who Pose Safety Threat U.S., September 30

    The new priorities, which also give agents broad case-by-case discretion, attempt to undo the broad immigration arrest policies of the Trump administration.

  73. Sorry, Stephanie Grisham, You Are Not Redeemed Opinion, September 30

    Telling the truth about the 45th president now doesn’t make up for enabling him then.

  74. Trump Super PAC Removes Corey Lewandowski After Sexual Harassment Claim U.S., September 29

    The move came after a donor to former President Donald J. Trump said that Mr. Lewandowski had made unwanted sexual advances and touched her inappropriately.

  75. Panel Subpoenas 11 in Capitol Riot Inquiry, Eyeing Jan. 6 Rally Planners U.S., September 29

    The second round of subpoenas issued by the House select committee investigating the attack signaled that it was moving aggressively to go after crucial witnesses.

  76. Stephanie Grisham, the Latest White House Memoirist, Offers Apologies and Payback Books, September 29

    In “I’ll Take Your Questions Now,” the former press secretary under President Trump makes some withering assessments and compares her and the first lady to Thelma and Louise.

  77. Do Democrats Have the Courage of Liz Cheney? Opinion, September 28

    When one party in our two-party system goes completely rogue, it falls on the other party to protect democracy.

  78. Biden Is Taking a Page Out of Trump’s Immigration Playbook Opinion, September 28

    The president promised a “humane” immigration policy. Images of U.S. agents menacing Haitians at the border tell a different story.

  79. Milley defends his actions at the end of Trump’s term, saying top officials knew of his calls to China. U.S., September 28

    “My loyalty to this nation, its people, and the Constitution hasn’t changed and will never change as long as I have a breath to give,” Gen. Mark A. Milley said.

  80. Trump Loses Case to Enforce Omarosa Manigault Newman’s N.D.A. U.S., September 28

    Donald Trump had filed the case against Ms. Manigault Newman, a former White House aide and “Apprentice” star, after she wrote a tell-all book about serving in his administration.

  81. Stephanie Grisham’s Book Details Trump’s ‘Terrifying’ Temper U.S., September 28

    The former press secretary is reflective in her tell-all: “I should have spoken up more.”

  82. Tenure in Our Colleges: Problems and Promise Opinion, September 27

    Readers respond to an opinion essay about tenure. Also: The C.D.C. director and boosters; Joe Biden and Donald Trump; the spending bill.

  83. How an Anti-Trump Plotter in 2016 Became His Champion Against Liz Cheney U.S., September 27

    Harriet Hageman, a Wyoming Republican, is the former president’s choice to take on his leading G.O.P. critic. But five years ago, she tried to overturn his victory in the party’s primary race.

  84. Republicans Are Mad at General Milley. Now It’s Their Turn to Grill Him. U.S., September 27

    Gen. Mark Milley will appear in what could be the most significant televised congressional hearing involving senior military leaders in years.

  85. This Is No Way to Run a Democracy Opinion, September 27

    “What the country really needs is some sort of Biden-Get-Your-Groove-Back campaign.”

  86. Can Joe Biden Recover? Opinion, September 25

    Biden can definitely float his way back up. Clawing his way up might be a different story. 

  87. Quiz: If America Had Six Parties, Which Would You Belong To? Interactive, September 8

    We can fix American politics. Just add more parties.

  88. Time for Your Summer Politics Quiz Interactive, August 11

    Your political representatives want to know if you’ve been paying attention.

  89. Rep. Adam Kinzinger on the Moral Failure of Republicans and the Big Lie Interactive, July 5

    “If you’re scared to tell the truth to people, I understand, but you need to find a different line of work.”

  90. What Happened When Trump Was Banned on Social Media Interactive, June 7

    Since Facebook and Twitter banned him, Donald J. Trump, the former president, has posted statements online far less often. But some of his statements have traveled just as far and wide on social networks.

  91. Ancient Rome Will Never Get Old. Take It From Mary Beard. Interactive, May 31

    “What the Romans are teaching is always at that meta level of what it might be like to take a view different from your own.”

  92. Do You Think You Can Tell How a Neighborhood Voted Just by Looking Around? Interactive, March 28

    An interactive, street-level tour of America’s full political landscape.

  93. El agente Brian Sicknick murió tras el asalto al Capitolio. Nuevos videos muestran cómo fue atacado Interactive, March 25

    Nuevos videos obtenidos por The New York Times muestran al público por primera vez cómo fue atacado con spray químico el agente de la Policía del Capitolio que murió tras enfrentarse a los asaltantes el 6 de enero.

  94. Officer Brian Sicknick Died After the Capitol Riot. New Videos Show How He Was Attacked. Interactive, March 24

    New videos obtained by The New York Times show publicly for the first time how the U.S. Capitol Police officer who died after facing off with rioters on Jan. 6 was attacked with chemical spray.

  95. Read the Suit: Swalwell v. Trump Interactive, March 5

    The suit from Representative Eric Swalwell accuses Mr. Trump and several allies of inciting the attack and conspiring with rioters to try to prevent Congress from formalizing President Biden’s victory.

  96. A Small Group of Militants’ Outsize Role in the Capitol Attack Interactive, February 21

    Prosecutors have highlighted two militant groups — the Oath Keepers and the Proud Boys — as being the most organized in last month’s assault.

  97. First They Guarded Roger Stone. Then They Joined the Capitol Attack. Interactive, February 14

    We tracked how six men associated with the far-right Oath Keepers went from providing security for Roger Stone to participating in the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

  98. Trump’s Second Impeachment: How the Senate Voted Interactive, February 13

    See how each senator voted on the conviction of former President Donald J. Trump.

  99. Impeachment Trial Day 5: Full Analysis Interactive, February 13

    New York Times reporters covered former President Donald J. Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial. The Senate on Saturday acquitted former President Donald J. Trump of the impeachment charge brought by the House, finding him not guilty of inciti...

  100. Impeachment Trial Day 4: Full Analysis Interactive, February 12

    New York Times reporters covered the fourth day of former President Donald J. Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial. The proceeding began Tuesday with a debate about the constitutionality the impeachment trial, followed by the prosecution’s case...

  101. Impeachment Trial Live Stream: Full Analysis Interactive, February 11

    New York Times reporters covered the third day of former President Donald J. Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial. The proceeding began Tuesday with a debate about the constitutionality the impeachment trial, followed by the prosecution’s case against the former president.

  102. Live Impeachment Stream: Senate Trial Analysis Interactive, February 10

    New York Times reporters covered the second day of former President Donald J. Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial. The proceeding on Wednesday included the beginning of the prosecution’s case that the former president incited violence at the Capitol.

  103. Spoiler Alert Interactive, February 10

    After Trump, will we ever look at these things the same way again?

  104. Lie After Lie: Listen to How Trump Built His Alternate Reality Interactive, February 9

    Donald J. Trump’s lies and calls to action were embraced by his supporters, then amplified by rioters at the Capitol.

  105. Live Impeachment Stream: Senate Trial Analysis Interactive, February 9

    New York Times reporters covered the first day of former President Donald J. Trump’s second Senate impeachment trial. The trial began Tuesday with a debate about the constitutionality of putting a former president on trial.

  106. Read the Brief From House Managers Asserting Trump Has ‘No Good Defense’ Interactive, February 9

    The House managers took one final shot at Donald J. Trump on Tuesday morning before his impeachment trial got underway, telling the Senate in a written brief that the former president’s lawyers were relying on “flawed legal theories” because they had “no good defense” for his conduct around the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

  107. How Past Impeachment Proceedings Unfolded Interactive, February 9

    Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial started today. Only three presidents before him faced impeachment even once.

  108. A Step-by-Step Guide to the Second Impeachment of Donald J. Trump Interactive, February 8

    A detailed look at each stage of the impeachment process of former President Trump.

  109. Read the House Impeachment Managers’ Memo Interactive, February 8

    The House impeachment managers filed a five-page memo rebutting former President Donald J. Trump’s effort to dismiss the charge against him.

  110. Read Trump’s Impeachment Defense Memo Interactive, February 8

    In a 78-page brief submitted to the Senate, former President Donald J. Trump’s lawyers put forward their first sustained legal defense since Mr. Trump was impeached by the House for the second time.

  111. Lawyers Call Trump’s Defense ‘Legally Frivolous’ Interactive, February 5

    Taking aim at a key plank of the former president’s impeachment defense, the lawyers argued that the constitutional protections do not apply to an impeachment proceeding.

  112. An Extremely Detailed Map of the 2020 Election Interactive, February 2

    An interactive map that lets readers explore in new detail how most states voted in the 2020 presidential election.

  113. Tracking the Oath Keepers Who Attacked the Capitol Interactive, January 29

    Several members of the far-right paramilitary group the Oath Keepers have been arrested for a Jan. 6 breach of the Capitol. Who else may have participated, and how do they connect to the militia’s leader Stewart Rhodes?

  114. Three Weeks Inside a Pro-Trump QAnon Chat Room Interactive, January 26

    Here’s what it sounded like.

  115. Full List: Where Every Senator Stands on Convicting Trump Interactive, January 25

    See what senators have said about the article of impeachment against the former president.

  116. What Are You Hoping For Over the Next Four Years? Interactive, January 20

    Share your thoughts with other readers.

  117. Full Analysis of the 2021 Inauguration of President Joe Biden Interactive, January 20

    New York Times reporters provided live coverage of Inauguration Day, as former President Donald J. Trump departed the White House and President Joseph R. Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States.

  118. The Complete List of Trump’s Twitter Insults (2015-2021) Interactive, January 19

    This list documents all the verbal attacks Mr. Trump posted on Twitter, from when he declared his candidacy in June 2015 to Jan. 8, when Twitter permanently barred him.

  119. 2,000 Headlines. Here Is a First Draft of Trump's Legacy. Interactive, January 19

    In one handy graphic.

  120. Presidential Children’s Books, Pets and All Interactive, January 18

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

  121. 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.

  122. 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.

  123. Impeachment Results: How Democrats and Republicans Voted Interactive, January 13

    See how each House member voted on the article of impeachment charging President Trump with inciting violence against the country.

  124. Full Analysis of the House Vote to Impeach President Trump Interactive, January 13

    Lawmakers in the House voted to impeach President Trump for a second time on Wednesday, with 10 Republicans joining Democrats in rebuking the president.

  125. Read Pence’s Letter to Pelosi Interactive, January 12

    In a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Vice President Mike Pence rejected the possibility of stripping President Trump of his powers through the 25th Amendment.

  126. How a Presidential Rally Turned Into a Capitol Rampage Interactive, January 12

    We analyzed the alternating perspectives of President Trump at the podium, the lawmakers inside the Capitol and a growing mob’s destruction and violence.

  127. To Understand This Chaotic Transition, Rewind to the Last One Interactive, January 11

    The handoff from Obama to Trump was fraught and unprecedented in ways the public didn’t see at the time. It was a prelude to so much that followed.

  128. Read the Article of Impeachment Interactive, January 11

    House Democrats on Monday introduced an article of impeachment charging President Trump with “high crimes and misdemeanors” for inciting the mob that assaulted the Capitol on Wednesday.

  129. How a Pro-Trump Mob Stormed the U.S. Capitol Interactive, January 6

    Hundreds of people barreled past fence barricades and clashed with police officers in an attempt to disrupt the certification of the Electoral College results.

  130. Vote Certification Proceedings Restart After Siege at Capitol: Reporter Analysis Interactive, January 6

    The debate in Congress to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory has renewed hours after the proceeding was disrupted by a pro-Trump mob storming the Capitol. We covered the evening’s events as they unfolded.

  131. What to Expect When Congress Meets to Certify Biden’s Victory Interactive, January 5

    A normally perfunctory joint session will be more dramatic than usual on Wednesday as some Republican lawmakers plan to object to the electoral vote count. Their effort, based on spurious claims of widespread voter fraud, is all but certain to fail.

  132. Stanley Chera Was a Mogul Who Made Covid-19 Personal for Trump Interactive, December 23

    The New York real estate titan was in some ways a foil to the president — and was on his mind as he went to Walter Reed.

  133. Immigrant Neighborhoods Shifted Red as the Country Chose Blue Interactive, December 20

    These maps show how areas with Latino and Asian residents shifted the vote in a way that may scramble the future of electoral politics, according to a New York Times analysis of 28,000 precincts.

  134. The Best of Late Night This Week 🌙 Interactive, December 18

    Vaccines, Joe Biden's victory and bombshells from Trump's world provided a perfect recipe for late night. Here's what the hosts had to say.

  135. How Russia Wins the Climate Crisis Interactive, December 16

    Climate change is propelling enormous human migrations, transforming global agriculture and remaking the world order — and no country stands to gain more than Russia.

  136. Biden’s 306 Electoral College Votes Make His Victory Official Interactive, December 14

    See how the 538 members of the Electoral College voted for president.

  137. The Best of Late Night This Week Interactive, December 4

    Late-night hosts enjoyed this bit of comparatively lighter fare this week before returning to Trump. Here are some highlights.

  138. The Best of Late Night This Week Interactive, November 20

    This week, the late-night hosts crunched the numbers from the so-called Million MAGA March in Washington and pondered Rudy Giuliani’s worth and his hair dye. Here are some of the best moments.

  139. Where Georgia’s Hand Recount Differed From the Initial Tally, by County Interactive, November 19

    Georgia’s vote audit found more than 5,000 new votes but left Joe Biden’s victory intact.

  140. Even in Defeat, Trump Found New Voters Across the U.S. Interactive, November 16

    Though turnout was explosive for both candidates, President Trump found 10.1 million new supporters across the country, allowing him to expand his base.

  141. The Best of Late Night This Week Interactive, November 13

    The week since Joe Biden’s victory was announced, things have not exactly been smooth sailing — giving the late-night hosts plenty to work with. Here are some of their best moments.

  142. North Carolina Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 13

    See full results and maps for the 2020 presidential election in North Carolina.

  143. How Did Trump Do in Counties That Backed Him in 2016? Interactive, November 11

    See how well President Trump fared among his most ardent supporters from four years ago.

  144. Phoenix’s Blue Wave Pushes Arizona Toward Biden Interactive, November 9

    The presidential race in Arizona remains close, but Joseph R. Biden Jr. was able to draw voters in Phoenix who could help him flip the state.

  145. How Biden Flipped Pennsylvania and Won the Election Interactive, November 7

    As eastern counties shifted left, Joe Biden was propelled into victory in a state that President Trump narrowly won in 2016.

  146. Michigan Flips Back to the Democrats Interactive, November 5

    Joe Biden was propelled to victory in this historically Democratic battleground with the help of increased turnout in Detroit and its wealthy suburbs.

  147. Biden Flips Wisconsin, Fueled by Support From Cities and Suburbs Interactive, November 5

    Rural voters continued to support President Trump, but some counties that swung far to the right in 2016 moved left in 2020.

  148. Biden Flips Wisconsin, Fueled by Support From Cities and Suburbs Interactive, November 5

    Rural voters continued to support President Trump, but some counties that swung far to the right in 2016 moved left in 2020.

  149. 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.

  150. Trump Fights to Keep North Carolina Red Interactive, November 4

    President Trump held a lead in North Carolina, as he appeared to gain traction with Black voters while maintaining support from his base.