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  1. Trump Teases a Gettysburg Convention Speech. Experts Say It’s an Ethics Breach. Politics, Today

    If he accepts his nomination at the Civil War battlefield, the president will be conducting partisan business on federal property.

  2. Trump Sends In the Economic Quacks Op Ed, Today

    Now he’s prescribing hydroxychloroquine to fight recession.

  3. Trump Goes Around Congress to Provide Pandemic Relief Politics, Today

    It’s unclear whether the measures he signed will have any immediate effect, but the president pressed ahead anyway: This is your morning tip sheet.

  4. Mark Cuban Wants to Fix Health Care, the N.B.A. and Maybe Everything Else Interactive, Today

    "I’m just looking to say — and this may be arrogant — how can I solve this problem?"

  5. How Pro-Trump Forces Work the Refs in Silicon Valley Business, Yesterday

    The new referees in American politics are Facebook, Google and Twitter, and they would be wise to pay attention to lessons the old media tried to learn.

  6. ‘Christianity Will Have Power’ National, Yesterday

    Donald Trump made a promise to white evangelical Christians, whose support can seem mystifying to the outside observer.

  7. The Voting Will End Nov. 3. The Legal Battle Probably Won’t. Washington, August 8

    As the two parties clash over how to conduct an election in a pandemic, President Trump’s litigiousness and unfounded claims of fraud have increased the likelihood of epic postelection court fights.

  8. Rick Gates, Ex-Trump Aide and Mueller Witness, Is Publishing a Memoir Books, August 8

    “Wicked Game” is slated for release in October, at the height of the presidential campaign, but Mr. Gates says, “It’s not a salacious book.”

  9. How Kristi Noem, Mt. Rushmore and Trump Fueled Speculation About Pence’s Job Politics, August 8

    After Ms. Noem, the South Dakota governor, flew to Washington on Air Force One, rumors about her ambitions ensued. She made a second trip to smooth things over with Mike Pence.

  10. Trump, Russia and an Intelligence Document: Key Moments Express, August 8

    Officials told The New York Times Magazine that the draft of a classified document reporting that Russia favored President Trump in the 2020 election was changed to soften its assessment.

  11. Unwanted Truths: Inside Trump’s Battles With U.S. Intelligence Agencies Magazine, August 8

    Last year, intelligence officials gathered to write a classified report on Russia’s interest in the 2020 election. An investigation from the magazine uncovered what happened next.

  12. Trump’s Axios Interview, Kanye West’s Campaign: The Latest in the 2020 Race Politics, August 8

    President Trump wants to brand Joe Biden as a doddering gaffe machine. But the incumbent’s own rhetoric causes so much controversy it is overwhelming the strategy.

  13. Away From Gridlock in Washington, Trump Puts on a Show for His Club Washington, August 7

    The president held what was billed as a news conference. But there was almost no news, he again said the virus would disappear and his audience seemed at times less the nation than his golf club members.

  14. Postal Service Leader Sets Reorganization Amid Scrutiny Over Mail Ballots Washington, August 7

    The Trump donor who runs the post office pledged that such changes would not affect the ability to deliver ballots on time this fall.

  15. Russia Continues Interfering in Election to Try to Help Trump, U.S. Intelligence Says Washington, August 7

    But a new assessment says China would prefer to see the president defeated, though it is not clear Beijing is doing much to meddle in the 2020 campaign to help Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  16. Beirut on the Potomac Op Ed, August 7

    The American spirit gets a Lebanese makeover.

  17. The Presidential Debates Debate Letters, August 7

    Does this forum make sense for evaluating the candidates? Readers weigh in.

  18. Why an Accurate Census Is So Important Politics, August 7

    The Census Bureau’s move to cut its collection period short by one month in the midst of an already challenging pandemic has unnerved pollsters.

  19. Trump, Facing Headwinds in Ohio, Talks Up Economy in Campaign Swing Washington, August 6

    The president came into 2020 considering the state a lock, but his performance in managing the pandemic and delivering on his promises from four years ago could put it in play.

  20. The Latest U.S. Tool to Fight Election Meddling: Text Messages Washington, August 6

    Washington sent offers to cellphones in Russia and Iran of rewards of up to $10 million for information on hackers trying to attack American voting systems.

  21. A 4th Presidential Debate? Commission Says No to Trump Politics, August 6

    The Trump campaign had argued that the current schedule would render the debates useless to the many Americans who will vote by mail before they take place.

  22. Self-Publishing Is a Gamble. Why Is Donald Trump Jr. Doing It? Books, August 6

    His next book, “Liberal Privilege,” comes with an unusual distribution plan and no publishing house behind it, making it something of a curiosity in the industry.

  23. Trump Raises $165 Million With G.O.P. in July, Overtaking Biden Politics, August 5

    Joe Biden raised $140 million last month. A record-setting pace of money continues to flood into the presidential campaign.

  24. Doing Away With Convention Politics, August 5

    Do we really need the spectacle of the traditional political conventions? We’re about to find out.

  25. Trump Is Plotting Against the Census. Here’s Why. Editorial, August 5

    By his calculations, the fewer people of color and noncitizens who are counted, the better.

  26. An Election Battleground: Voting by Mail Letters, August 5

    Readers respond to a front-page article about the president’s assault on the Postal Service and attendant voter fears.

  27. Biden Announces $280 Million Fall Ad Buy Across 15 States Politics, August 5

    By far the biggest reservation of the 2020 race by either campaign, it is a sign of the swift turnabout in Joe Biden’s finances since he became the presumptive Democratic nominee.

  28. James Comey Wrote a Letter in 2016. What Will Bill Barr Do? Op Ed, August 5

    Two investigations appear to be potential fodder for pre-election political machinations.

  29. Biden Announces $280 Million Fall Ad Buy Across 15 States Politics, August 5

    By far the biggest reservation of the 2020 race by either campaign, it is a sign of the swift turnabout in Joe Biden’s finances since he became the presumptive Democratic nominee.

  30. He Predicted Trump’s Win in 2016. Now He’s Ready to Call 2020. Op Ed, August 5

    Most historians just study the past. But Allan Lichtman has successfully predicted the future.

  31. How QAnon Creates a Dangerous Alternate Reality Op Ed, August 4

    Game designer Adrian Hon says the conspiracy theory parallels the immersive worlds of alternate reality games.

  32. Decoding the Trump Ad Buy Politics, August 4

    After going dark on the TV airwaves last week, the Trump campaign has returned, targeting early voting states.

  33. More U.S. Troops Will Leave Afghanistan Before the Election, Trump Says Washington, August 4

    The president’s assertion undercuts diplomats who have said withdrawals will depend on the Taliban’s commitment to its peace deal with the United States.

  34. Trump Assesses John Lewis’s Legacy: ‘He Didn’t Come to My Inauguration’ Politics, August 4

    President Trump was asked by an interviewer to reflect on the late congressman’s contributions to the civil rights movement. He talked up his own record instead.

  35. From Outsider to Insider: Karen Bass’s Unexpected Journey to Power Politics, August 4

    At every step in her political career, the California congresswoman had to be coaxed to run for a higher office. Now she’s a top contender to be Joe Biden’s running mate.

  36. A Wider-Than-Thought Trump Investigation Politics, August 4

    New York prosecutors may be circling the president’s business practices: This is your morning tip sheet.

  37. Trump Doesn’t Need the Most Votes. What if He Doesn’t Even Want Them? Op Ed, August 4

    Government of the minority, chosen by a minority, on behalf of a minority, is not what Lincoln had in mind at Gettysburg.

  38. Republicans Are Ready for the Don Draper Method Op Ed, August 4

    The coronavirus relief debate has Republicans falling back into pre-Trump grooves.

  39. Trump Again Assails Mail-In Voting Washington, August 3

    The president has been raging against voting by mail for several months, claiming without evidence that the process is plagued by fraud.

  40. Gettysburg? The Liberty Bell? Trump Weighs R.N.C. Speech Options Politics, August 3

    The president and his aides are holding out hope for ambitious convention programming, and have considered a return to Mount Rushmore or a speech by Melania Trump from Seneca Falls, N.Y.

  41. Disenchanted Seniors for Biden Editorial, August 3

    The pandemic is particularly dangerous for older Americans, and Trump is losing their support.

  42. Trump Puts Pentagon in Political Crossfire With Tata Appointment Washington, August 3

    The president sidestepped Congress when it became clear that his nominee for a top Defense Department position would not win Senate approval.

  43. D.A. Is Investigating Trump and His Company Over Fraud, Filing Suggests Metro, August 3

    The office of the district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., made the disclosure in a new court filing arguing Mr. Trump’s accountants should turn over his tax returns.

  44. Why the Botched N.Y.C. Primary Has Become the November Nightmare Metro, August 3

    Nearly six weeks later, two congressional races remain undecided, and officials are trading blame over the mishandling of tens of thousands of mail-in ballots.

  45. Let’s Scrap the Presidential Debates Op Ed, August 3

    They’ve become unrevealing quip contests.

  46. Trump Doesn’t Like What He Sees in the Crystal Ball Op Ed, August 3

    Besides delaying the election, what else could alter his political trajectory?

  47. Scientists Worry About Political Influence Over Coronavirus Vaccine Project Washington, August 2

    Operation Warp Speed has moved along at a rapid clip. But some people involved in the process fear pressure to deliver an October surprise for President Trump.

  48. How the Media Could Get the Election Story Wrong Business, August 2

    We may not know the results for days, and maybe weeks. So it’s time to rethink “election night.”

  49. Trump Forecasts His Own Fraud Op Ed, August 2

    In the president’s world, he is never to blame for failure.

  50. To Ensure That Our Election Is Fair and Open Letters, August 2

    Readers urge vigilance against threats to the democratic process.

  51. Biden Faces Pressure From Left Over Influence Industry Ties Washington, August 1

    Many of his aides and close allies are veteran Washington hands who have profited from advising big corporations. The Sanders-Warren wing of the party is not happy.

  52. Army Officer Who Clashed With Trump Vows to Speak Out on Security Issues Washington, August 1

    Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman’s retirement from the Army after more than 21 years of service took effect on Saturday, the same day his sharply critical op-ed of the president was published.

  53. Voting by Mail Is Crucial for Democracy Editorial, August 1

    Especially amid the pandemic, it’s the surest path to a more inclusive, more accurate and more secure election.

  54. Double, Double, Trump’s Toil, Our Trouble Op Ed, August 1

    Demon sperm meets alien D.N.A., as President Trump teeters.

  55. Double, Double, Trump’s Toil, Our Trouble Op Ed, August 1

    Demon sperm meets alien D.N.A., as President Trump teeters.

  56. Trump’s Approval Rating, Biden V.P. Search: The Latest in the 2020 Race Politics, August 1

    President Trump’s more sober messaging on the coronavirus crisis didn’t last long. For Joe Biden, the search for a running mate may last a little longer.

  57. Mail Delays Fuel Concern Trump Is Undercutting Postal System Ahead of Voting Washington, July 31

    The president’s long campaign against the Postal Service is intersecting with his assault on mail-in voting amid concerns that he has politicized oversight of the agency.

  58. Supreme Court Lets Trump Keep Building His Border Wall Washington, July 31

    The court refused to lift a year-old stay notwithstanding an appeals court ruling that the construction was unlawful.

  59. Trump Halts TV Advertising as He Struggles in Polls Against Biden Politics, July 31

    The six-day pause was ordered by the president’s new campaign manager, Bill Stepien.

  60. Countering G.O.P. on Courts, Democrats Will Call for ‘Structural’ Change Washington, July 31

    Progressives pushed for the platform language after President Trump’s drive put 200 conservative judges on the federal bench and Senate Republicans blocked President Obama’s nominees.

  61. So Trump Wants to Postpone the Election Letters, July 31

    One reader views the floating of the idea as “a measure of how desperate he is to stay in power.” Also: Maskless shoppers; uncertain in Australia.

  62. Trump Still Defers to Putin, Even as He Dismisses U.S. Intelligence and the Allies Washington, July 31

    Say this about President Trump’s approach to Moscow: It’s been consistent.

  63. Voting by Mail Is Popular. So Is the False Idea That It’s Ripe for Fraud. Politics, July 31

    Americans overwhelmingly support increased access to mail voting, but they also appear to be susceptible to misinformation about it.

  64. U.K. Officials’ New Trump Dilemma: What if He Loses? Foreign, July 31

    If Joe Biden wins the November election, Britain would face a president who opposed Brexit, would look out for Ireland, and may have little interest in a trade deal.

  65. John Lewis Was the Anti-Trump Op Ed, July 31

    The president doesn’t seem to know what democracy is; the congressman embodied it.

  66. More Than Just a Tweet: Trump’s Campaign to Undercut Democracy Washington, July 31

    Floating the idea of delaying the election was the latest step in the president’s running effort to discredit the election, risking long-term damage to public trust in the system.

  67. Trump, Please Quit Before You’re Fired Op Ed, July 31

    By walking away, he can save the lives of supporters who have listened to his lethal quackery.

  68. Trump Has Been Comparing Himself to Nixon. That’s Hooey. Op Ed, July 31

    The former president could only dream of wielding the police powers Mr. Trump has seized for himself.

  69. Will Herman Cain’s Death Change Republican Views on the Virus and Masks? Politics, July 30

    His publicly dismissive attitude about the pandemic reflected the hands-off inconsistency of many party leaders.

  70. Trump Floats an Election Delay, and Republicans Shoot It Down Politics, July 30

    The president’s suggestion that the Nov. 3 vote could be delayed — something he cannot do on his own — drew unusually firm Republican resistance and signaled worry about his re-election bid.

  71. Obama’s Call to Abolish Filibuster Puts Further Spotlight on the Tactic Washington, July 30

    In the middle of the election season, Democrats hopeful of capturing the White House and Congress intensify their talk of ending the filibuster to thwart Republican opposition.

  72. Trump Can’t Delay the Election Politics, July 30

    But he sure can stir up a lot of anxiety about voting.

  73. Obama’s Call to Abolish Filibuster Puts Further Spotlight on the Tactic Washington, July 30

    In the middle of the election season, Democrats hopeful of capturing the White House and Congress intensify their talk of ending the filibuster to thwart Republican opposition.

  74. Por qué Trump no puede postergar las elecciones de 2020 en Español, July 30

    Respondemos algunas preguntas clave sobre la realización de elecciones durante una crisis. Y no, el presidente de Estados Unidos no puede cancelar una elección por su cuenta.

  75. Trump Attacks an Election He Is at Risk of Losing Politics, July 30

    Mr. Trump has become a heckler in his own government, failing to marshal leaders in Washington to form a robust response to the health and economic crises. Instead, he is raising doubts about holding the election on time.

  76. Trump Might Try to Postpone the Election. That’s Unconstitutional. Op Ed, July 30

    He should be removed unless he relents.

  77. Why Trump Has No Power to Delay the 2020 Election Politics, July 30

    We answer some key questions about holding elections in a crisis. And no, the president cannot cancel an election on his own.

  78. A Half-Century After Wallace, Trump Echoes the Politics of Division Washington, July 30

    George Wallace’s speeches and interviews from his 1968 campaign feature language and appeals that sound familiar again as the “law and order” president sends federal forces into the streets.

  79. Obama (Privately) Slams Trump Politics, July 30

    Raking in cash for Biden, the former president eases off the gloves: This is your morning tip sheet.

  80. Why Barr’s Pick for Brooklyn Prosecutor Faces Scrutiny From All Sides Metro, July 30

    Seth DuCharme returns to Brooklyn as U.S. attorney after serving a Justice Department that faced criticism of increased politicization.

  81. Obama Unleashes on Trump Privately as He Raises $24 Million for Biden Politics, July 30

    Barack Obama has spoken candidly about President Trump to party donors, bringing up the sexual assault allegations against Mr. Trump and warning of his efforts to push “nativist, racist, sexist” fears.

  82. Why Trump’s Blunt Appeals to Suburban Voters May Not Work Upshot, July 30

    People living the ‘Suburban Lifestyle Dream’ tend to support recent protests and disapprove of the president’s handling of race.

  83. Trump Plays on Racist Fears of Terrorized Suburbs to Court White Voters Politics, July 29

    President Trump painted a false picture of suburbs under siege, saying he was protecting them from low-income housing, as he seeks to win over white voters who were key to his 2016 victory.

  84. Help Me Find Trump’s ‘Anarchists’ in Portland Op Ed, July 29

    The president has his politically driven narrative. And then there’s reality.

  85. Memers Have a New Campaign Aimed at Getting Trump Out of Office Styles, July 29

    Meme 2020, the social media collective that supported Michael Bloomberg’s presidential primary run, is back with a new focus: mail-in ballot registration.

  86. Trump Plays On Racist Fears About Low-Income Housing Politics, July 29

    President Trump said he and Vladimir Putin did not discuss reported Russian bounties for killing American troops. A new poll shows Mr. Trump and Joe Biden locked in a tight race in Georgia.

  87. Michigan Threatens to Slip From Trump as He Goes Quiet on Airwaves Politics, July 29

    The president has started spending more money on ads in much smaller Electoral College prizes like Iowa and Nevada, and in recent days his campaign stopped buying ads in Michigan entirely.

  88. Are the Polls Missing Republican Voters? Upshot, July 29

    Registered Republicans were actually more likely than registered Democrats to respond to the Times/Siena survey.

  89. Trump Is Trying to Bend Reality to His Will Op Ed, July 29

    Can his aggressive version of ethnonationalist populism prevail in 2020? The answer is not obvious.

  90. Barr Clashes With House Democrats, Defending Responses to Protests and Russia Inquiry Washington, July 28

    The deployment of federal agents to confront protesters and rioters and attacks on the Russia investigation highlighted a contentious hearing.

  91. Trump Is Dog-Whistling. Are ‘Suburban Housewives’ Listening? Op Ed, July 28

    Or are they too busy organizing protests, posting links to bail funds and discussing antidotes for tear gas?

  92. State of the Race, as Told by Ads Politics, July 28

    Which states do campaigns view as true battlegrounds? Follow the money.

  93. ‘This Is About Justice’: Biden Ties Economic Revival to Racial Equity Politics, July 28

    In the last of four proposals laying out his vision for economic recovery, Joseph R. Biden Jr. pledged to lift up minority-owned businesses and to award them more federal contracts.

  94. Oil and Gas Groups See ‘Some Common Ground’ in Biden Energy Plan Business, July 28

    Some energy executives are pleased that the former vice president is not calling for a fracking ban and said they could work with him.

  95. Biden Addresses Racial Justice, Saying Trump Adds ‘Fuel to the Fire’ Politics, July 28

    Joe Biden also said he would “have a choice” on his running mate by the first week in August. President Trump wondered aloud why his approval ratings were not as high as Dr. Anthony S. Fauci’s.

  96. Trump Gets More Bullish as a Top Aide Tests Positive Politics, July 28

    Plus, how Fred Trump shaped his son’s approach to empathy: This is your morning tip sheet.

  97. How Local Covid Deaths Are Affecting Vote Choice Upshot, July 28

    A rise in coronavirus-related deaths in a given community tends to reduce support for Republicans.

  98. What Will a Post-Trump G.O.P. Look Like? Op Ed, July 27

    And consider, what will it take for the Republican Party to begin to heal itself?

  99. A Republican Panic Button Politics, July 27

    Could Democrats be heading for a landslide in November?

  100. Donald Trump tiene la solución para las encuestas desfavorables: recordarle a la  gente que estas se equivocan en Español, July 27

    El presidente estadounidense ha comentado que los sondeos que no lo muestran a la cabeza en la carrera por la reelección son falsos y sus asesores han empezado a evitar darle malas noticias.

  101. As Federal Forces Confront Protesters Letters, July 27

    Readers condemn President Trump’s use of armed forces in Portland, Ore. One reader describes “a real war on American cities in a feeble attempt to save his presidency.”

  102. Melania Trump Will Revamp White House Rose Garden Washington, July 27

    The first lady’s renovation of the garden, a signature showcase of power used by presidents for decades, is taking place as her husband enters a crucial stretch of his re-election effort.

  103. Why Montana Is a Test Case for Democrats’ Winning the Senate Politics, July 27

    The race between Steve Daines, the Republican incumbent, and Steve Bullock could prove crucial in a year when Democrats need to win in conservative-leaning states where President Trump may still prevail.

  104. A Trumpless Future Is Hard to Get Your Head Around Op Ed, July 27

    Can Biden — and his vice-presidential pick — take us there?

  105. The Real Reason Biden Is Ahead of Trump? He’s a Man Op Ed, July 27

    It’s a lot easier to run a cautious, inoffensive campaign when you’re not up against a culture of misogyny.

  106. Trump’s Nakedly Political Pandemic Pivot Op Ed, July 26

    This is how the president operates when he is desperate and in trouble.

  107. Donald Trump Is the Best Ever President in the History of the Cosmos Op Ed, July 25

    That’s no more fantastical than the rest of his re-election campaign.

  108. A 2020 Question 100 Days Out: Will the Elections Be Free and Fair? Politics, July 25

    President Trump baselessly rages about voter fraud, while Joe Biden warns of foreign interference.

  109. A.O.C. and the Jurassic Jerks Op Ed, July 25

    For the Cave Man President and his party, clubbing women is not a path to victory.

  110. A.O.C. and the Jurassic Jerks Op Ed, July 25

    For the Cave Man President and his party, clubbing women is not a path to victory.

  111. Trump’s Covid Failures Reshape Race and Lift Biden Politics, July 25

    President Trump’s cancellation of the convention in Florida and sudden embrace of masks may signal his acceptance of a political landscape transformed by the pandemic.

  112. President Trump Bows to Reality: This Week in the 2020 Race Politics, July 25

    Mr. Trump tried to convey a measure of seriousness about the coronavirus pandemic, backtracking on previous positions and behavior. How long will it last?

  113. Thanks to Trump, Jacksonville Becomes Political Roadkill Politics, July 25

    Successfully hosting a Republican National Convention during a pandemic could have been a big moment for Florida’s biggest city. But the coronavirus got in the way.

  114. Inside Trump’s About-Face on the Republican Convention in Jacksonville Politics, July 24

    Faced with a surging pandemic, resistance from local officials in Florida and deadlines for items like hotel payments, Mr. Trump chose to cancel the convention in an effort to cast himself as putting safety first.

  115. ‘Mugged by Reality,’ Trump Finds Denial Won’t Stop the Pandemic Washington, July 24

    A president who once claimed that “the worst days of the pandemic are behind us” now acknowledges that it has surged through much of the country and will “get worse before it gets better.”

  116. U.S. Warns Russia, China and Iran Are Trying to Interfere in the Election. Democrats Say It’s Far Worse. Washington, July 24

    The government statement was short on details, reminiscent of the vague warnings in 2016 that, in retrospect, failed to seize the attention of officials and voters before the last presidential election.

  117. As He Woos Drugmakers on Virus, Trump Demands Drug Price Controls Washington, July 24

    President Trump is trying to revive a 2016 campaign promise to control the rising price of medicines, but new executive orders are coming when he needs drugmakers to deliver coronavirus treatments.

  118. Kimberly Guilfoyle’s Fund-Raising for Trump Draws Scrutiny Politics, July 24

    Ms. Guilfoyle has raised money from donors and has made inroads with some who have rejected calls from others. Yet Trump supporters inside and outside the campaign say the operation she’s built hasn’t lived up to expectations.

  119. Democrats, Don’t Take the Bait on Trump’s Memory Test Op Ed, July 24

    It’s fun to make jokes about “person, woman, man, camera, TV.” But the party should not be distracted from what’s really at stake.

  120. Trump Tailors Exaggerations and False Claims to Election Battlegrounds Washington, July 24

    From lobsters in Maine to ethanol in Iowa to the oil fields of Texas, the president has tried to bolster his case for re-election by promoting localized — and factually challenged — accomplishments.

  121. Why a Biden Presidency Could Be Bullish for Stocks Sunday Business, July 24

    Despite the stock market’s “knee-jerk” distaste for the prospect of a Democratic victory, stocks could prosper if Joe Biden wins, a new analysis says. The coronavirus and trade are two big factors.

  122. Trump Wants Schools to Reopen. Americans Worry It’ll Happen Too Fast. Politics, July 24

    The president is insisting that schools reopen in the fall, but polls show that Americans are gravely concerned about the prospect, setting up the issue as a key question for November.

  123. Trump Wants Schools to Reopen. Americans Worry It’ll Happen Too Fast. Politics, July 24

    The president is insisting that schools reopen in the fall, but polls show that Americans are gravely concerned about the prospect, setting up the issue as a key question for November.

  124. White Flight From Trump? What a Decisive Biden Win Could Look Like Upshot, July 24

    Republican structural advantages in the House, the Senate and the Electoral College would be in jeopardy.

  125. There Is a ‘Great Silent Majority.’ But It Stands Against Trump. Op Ed, July 24

    And the minority he represents.

  126. Trump vs. Biden: Who’s Winning the Money Race in Your ZIP Code? Interactive, July 24

    We tracked donations to President Trump and Joe Biden over the last three months, and the numbers offer another sign of the nation’s political divisions. See where each candidate had more donors.

  127. A Rare Look Inside Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Draws Legal Threats National, July 23

    A new documentary peers inside the secretive world of immigration enforcement. The filmmakers faced demands to delete scenes and delay broadcast until after the election.

  128. Trump Abruptly Cancels Republican Convention in Florida: ‘It’s Not the Right Time’ Politics, July 23

    After forcing the convention to move from Charlotte to Jacksonville because he wanted a big celebration, President Trump called off the Florida portion, citing the health risks from the coronavirus.

  129. ‘Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV.’ Didn’t Mean What Trump Hoped It Did Washington, July 23

    The president said on Fox News that he had to remember those words as part of a test that he said demonstrated his mental acuity. But the test, the Montreal Cognitive Assessment, is meant to detect signs of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or other conditions.

  130. Trump Moves to Roll Back Obama Program Addressing Housing Discrimination Washington, July 23

    The move coincides with efforts by the president’s re-election campaign to shore up support among white suburban voters.

  131. Barack Obama and Joe Biden Join Forces in Video Targeting Trump Politics, July 23

    The former president and vice president released a new video Thursday meant to cast President Trump as unbefitting of the office, while trumpeting the credentials of Mr. Biden.

  132. How Powerful Is the President? Op Ed, July 23

    It is time for Congress to investigate the emergency authorities given to the chief executive.

  133. Biden Says Trump Is Spreading Racism and Dividing America Video, July 22

    Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. called President Trump “racist” during an event with service workers on Wednesday.

  134. Government Denies Cohen Was Imprisoned to Stop Trump Book Metro, July 22

    Michael Cohen, the president’s former lawyer, said he was returned to prison as retaliation for writing a tell-all memoir about President Trump.

  135. Trump’s Remedy for Low Poll Numbers: Reminding People Polls Can Be Wrong Politics, July 22

    And if surveys of likely voters don’t look promising, turn to other measures. Like boat parades.

  136. ‘The Whole of Liberal Democracy Is in Grave Danger at This Moment’ Op Ed, July 22

    Trump’s America has accelerated “the authoritarian dynamic.”

  137. As Trump Pushes Into Portland, His Campaign Ads Turn Darker Politics, July 21

    The Trump campaign is spending millions on ads that promote a dark and exaggerated portrayal of Democratic-led cities, a tactic that reinforces his “law and order’’ campaign message.

  138. Trump, in a Shift, Endorses Masks and Says Virus Will Get Worse Washington, July 21

    Rather than just “embers” of the disease, as he has repeatedly characterized recent outbreaks afflicting much of the country, President Trump conceded that there were now “big fires.”

  139. Trump, in a Shift, Endorses Masks and Says Virus Will Get Worse Washington, July 21

    Rather than just “embers” of the disease, as he has repeatedly characterized recent outbreaks afflicting much of the country, President Trump conceded that there were now “big fires.”

  140. Trump’s Wag-the-Dog War Op Ed, July 21

    The president is looking for a dangerous domestic enemy to fight.

  141. Trump Campaign Ads Depict His Own Lawless Dystopia Politics, July 21

    For the past three weeks, the Trump campaign has been spending tens of millions of dollars on ads depicting a protest movement out of control, both to stoke fear among his base and rationalize his deployment decisions.

  142. Trump’s Threat to Send Federal Forces to More Cities Letters, July 21

    Readers urge President Trump to use federal resources to fight the coronavirus rather than citizens.

  143. Trump’s Tulsa Rally Drew Sparse Crowd, but It Cost $2.2 Million Politics, July 21

    New campaign filings show that President Trump’s campaign paid more than $2.2 million for the event, which last month had a lower-than-expected turnout that disappointed his campaign.

  144. Trump’s Threat to Send Federal Troops to More Cities Letters, July 21

    Readers urge President Trump to use federal resources to fight the coronavirus rather than citizens.

  145. Trump’s Briefings, ‘The Apprentice’ and the Perils of the Second Season Culture, July 21

    President Trump seems to think there’s no such thing as too much of him on TV. He’s been wrong about that before.

  146. High Voter Turnout and Record Fund-Raising Give Democrats Hope for November Politics, July 21

    Despite a disjointed primary season and the challenges of holding elections during a pandemic, the party is seeing a surge in energy among voters.

  147. The Border War in Portland Op Ed, July 21

    How can this be a job for Homeland Security?

  148. High Voter Turnout and Record Fund-Raising Give Democrats Hope for November Politics, July 21

    Despite a disjointed primary season and the challenges of holding elections during a pandemic, the party is seeing a surge in energy among voters.

  149. Can Trump Come Back? Op Ed, July 21

    Not under his own power. Only events can save him now.

  150. Trump Threatens to Send Federal Law Enforcement Forces to More Cities Washington, July 20

    As federal agents patrol Portland and head to Chicago, Democrats call the president’s plan “an American crisis,” barely 100 days before the election.