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  1. Why Trump Is Still Their Guy Op Ed, Today

    You don’t hear his name as much. But as far as the G.O.P. is concerned, the former president rules.

  2. Why Political Sectarianism Is a Growing Threat to American Democracy Politics, April 19

    The country is increasingly split into camps that don’t just disagree on policy and politics — they see the other as alien, immoral, a threat. Such political sectarianism is now on the march.

  3. One America News Network Stays True to Trump Business, April 18

    A recent OAN segment said there were “serious doubts about who’s actually president,” and another blamed “anti-Trump extremists” for the Capitol attack.

  4. 100 Days Without Trump on Twitter: A Nation Scrolls More Calmly Politics, April 17

    Democrats are breathing easier. Republicans are crying censorship. For all of the country’s news consumers, a strange quiet has descended after a four-year bombardment of presidential verbiage.

  5. Shades of 2016: Republicans Stay Silent on Trump, Hoping He Fades Away Politics, April 14

    Just like when Donald J. Trump was a candidate in 2016, rival Republicans are trying to avoid becoming the target of his attacks or directly confronting him, while hoping someone else will.

  6. Shades of 2016: Republicans Stay Silent on Trump, Hoping He Fades Away Politics, April 14

    Just like when Donald J. Trump was a candidate in 2016, rival Republicans are trying to avoid becoming the target of his attacks or directly confronting him, while hoping someone else will.

  7. Can These Democratic Pollsters Figure Out What Went Wrong? Politics, April 13

    Five competing Democratic polling firms put their heads (and their data) together about 2020.

  8. How Brian Kemp Is Rebounding Against Trump’s Wrath Politics, April 8

    After resisting Donald Trump’s demands to overturn Georgia’s election results, Gov. Brian Kemp was an outcast in his own party. Now he’s embraced the state’s new voting bill as a way to rebuild his standing.

  9. After the Capitol Riot, Democrats Are Torn Over Working With the G.O.P. Washington, April 7

    An uneasy détente has emerged between congressional Republicans and Democrats after the Jan. 6 attack, but relationships are badly frayed.

  10. G.O.P. Group Warns of ‘Defector’ List if Donors Uncheck Recurring Box Politics, April 7

    The National Republican Congressional Committee says to donors who opt out of recurring monthly donations: “We will have to tell Trump you’re a DEFECTOR.”

  11. G.O.P. Group Warns of ‘Defector’ List If Donors Uncheck Recurring Box Politics, April 7

    The National Republican Congressional Committee says to donors who opt out of recurring monthly donations: “We will have to tell Trump you’re a DEFECTOR.”

  12. Boehner Blasts Trump, Saying He ‘Incited That Bloody Insurrection’ Politics, April 7

    In his new book, John Boehner, the Republican former House speaker, sharply rebukes the former president for his role in the “mob violence” at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

  13. Biden Keeps Trump’s Policy Retaining Land Mines in U.S. Arsenal, for Now Washington, April 6

    On the campaign trail, Joseph R. Biden Jr. had pledged to reverse his predecessor’s land mine policy. A Pentagon spokesman said the matter was under review.

  14. Ex-Trump Official Fined and Barred From Government Over R.N.C. Video Metro, April 6

    Lynne Patton recruited and interviewed public housing tenants in New York City for a pro-Trump re-election video. The residents accused her of tricking them into participating.

  15. Georgia’s New Law, and the Risk of Election Subversion Upshot, April 6

    A reminder from a January phone call that the reform bill by congressional Democrats may not have the proper protections.

  16. How Trump Steered Supporters Into Unwitting Donations Politics, April 3

    Online donors were guided into weekly recurring contributions. Demands for refunds spiked. Complaints to banks and credit card companies soared. But the money helped keep Donald Trump’s struggling campaign afloat.

  17. One Republican’s Lonely Fight Against a Flood of Disinformation Politics, April 3

    After losing an ugly congressional race last year, Denver Riggleman is leading a charge against the conspiracy-mongering coursing through his party. He doesn’t have many allies.

  18. Trump’s Latino Support Was More Widespread Than Thought, Report Finds Politics, April 2

    While Latinos played a major role in Democratic victories last year, Donald Trump’s outreach to them proved successful in states around the country, not just in certain geographic areas.

  19. A National Campaign to Restrict Voting Podcasts, March 30

    Following the 2020 election, Georgia Republicans have restricted voting rights. Other states are likely to follow suit.

  20. The G.O.P. Has Some Voters It Likes and Some It Doesn’t Op Ed, March 30

    This is what happens when a political party turns against democracy.

  21. 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.

  22. Republicans Aim to Seize More Power Over How Elections Are Run Politics, March 24

    G.O.P. lawmakers in at least eight states controlled by the party are trying to gain broad influence over the mechanics of voting, in an effort that could further undermine the country’s democratic norms.

  23. We See the Left. We See the Right. Can Anyone See the ‘Exhausted Majority’? Op Ed, March 24

    If it’s gone, the consequences are enormous.

  24. Postal Service Plans Price Increases and Service Cuts to Shore Up Finances Washington, March 23

    The 10-year plan, which would lengthen promised delivery times and reduce post office hours, among other provisions, drew immediate condemnation from Democrats in Congress.

  25. House Review of Narrow Iowa Election Win Revives Partisan Brawl Washington, March 23

    After one of the closest contests in American history, the House must now decide whether to unseat Mariannette Miller-Meeks, a Republican.

  26. What Are Republicans So Afraid Of? Op Ed, March 23

    Instead of conspiracy-mongering about an election they did well in, they could try to win real majorities.

  27. Trump Endorses a Loyalist, Jody Hice, for Georgia Secretary of State Politics, March 22

    By supporting a challenger to Georgia’s current secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, the former president signaled that he wants Republicans who opposed his election falsehoods to pay politically.

  28. 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.

  29. 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.

  30. 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.

  31. 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.

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

    Share your thoughts with other readers.

  33. 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.

  34. 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.

  35. 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.

  36. 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.

  37. 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.

  38. 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.

  39. 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.

  40. 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.

  41. 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.

  42. 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.

  43. 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.

  44. 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.

  45. 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.

  46. 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.

  47. 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.

  48. 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.

  49. 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.

  50. 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.

  51. 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.

  52. 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.

  53. Tight Georgia Race Comes Down to Metro Atlanta Interactive, November 4

    President Trump on Wednesday held a narrow lead in the state as votes were counted in Atlanta, where Joseph R. Biden Jr. has made big gains in support.

  54. Tight Georgia Race Comes Down to Metro Atlanta Interactive, November 4

    President Trump on Wednesday held a narrow lead in the state as votes were counted in Atlanta, where Joseph R. Biden Jr. has made big gains in support.

  55. Florida Shifts Further Right Interactive, November 4

    President Trump won Florida by a larger margin than in 2016, bolstered by support from Cuban-American voters in Miami-Dade County, a Democratic stronghold.

  56. Florida Shifts Further Right Interactive, November 4

    President Trump won Florida by a larger margin than in 2016, bolstered by support from Cuban-American voters in Miami-Dade County, a Democratic stronghold.

  57. Explore Trump and Biden’s Paths to Victory Interactive, November 4

    Select a winner in the states below to see either candidate’s paths to the presidency.

  58. Race Calls: Tracking the News Outlets That Have Called States for Trump or Biden Interactive, November 3

    These nine news organizations weigh a range of data before declaring or projecting winners, and some may be more cautious than others.

  59. Georgia Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

  60. When Do Polls Close? An Hour-by-Hour Guide Interactive, November 3

    Here’s a look at when states finish voting and how to watch for results in the states that matter the most.

  61. What Are You Voting For? Interactive, November 2

    Tell us what you’re thinking about this Election Day.

  62. Trump vs. Biden on Policing, Crime and Guns Interactive, November 2

    Some of the candidates’ sharpest policy disagreements have been on these issues. Here’s where they stand.

  63. The Battlegrounds Within Battlegrounds Interactive, October 31

    Here are 20 counties in battleground states that are crucial for a White House victory.

  64. This Election Map Will Be Everywhere. Don’t Let It Fool You. Interactive, October 30

    It’s full of tricks and optical illusions.

  65. Good Design Is the Secret to Better Democracy Interactive, October 29

    Ballots are broken. So we redesigned them.

  66. How Trump and Biden Differ on Health Care Interactive, October 28

    Let’s look at where the candidates stand on pre-existing conditions, Medicare, Medicaid and more.

  67. Quiz: Can You Tell a ‘Trump’ Fridge From a ‘Biden’ Fridge? Interactive, October 27

    What the contents of our refrigerators say about our politics — and our assumptions.

  68. Quiz: Can You Tell a ‘Trump’ Fridge From a ‘Biden’ Fridge? Interactive, October 27

    What the contents of our refrigerators say about our politics — and our assumptions.

  69. The State That Could Decide How Far Republicans Will Go to Win Interactive, October 27

    An unlikely scenario with serious consequences.

  70. Voters in Battleground States Are Driving Record Early Turnout Interactive, October 27

    More than 64 million Americans have already cast their ballots, with about half of them in states that will ultimately decide who wins the Electoral College.

  71. Who Inspired the Trump Campaign Playbook? Interactive, October 26

    Six re-election strategies and their dark roots.

  72. Who Watched the Debates on Television, Minute By Minute Interactive, October 23

    Detailed viewership data shows which households tuned out of the debates first.

  73. How Trump and Biden Differ on the Environment Interactive, October 22

    The presidential candidates sharply oppose each other on a number of environmental issues. Let’s take a closer look.

  74. The Relentless Shrinking of Trump’s Base Interactive, October 22

    As the population of white voters without college degrees continues to decline, these charts show how demographics are not on President Trump’s side in this election.

  75. Can You Guess Trump’s Record? Interactive, October 5

    Take our quiz showing seven ways the country has changed under Trump.

  76. Full Recap and Analysis of the First Presidential Debate Interactive, September 29

    President Trump and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. debated for the first time, with Chris Wallace of Fox News moderating. Watch the full video with our fact-checks and analysis.

  77. Tax Records Reveal How Fame Gave Trump a $427 Million Lifeline Interactive, September 28

    “The Apprentice” rescued Donald J. Trump, bringing him new sources of cash and a myth that would propel him to the White House.

  78. Trump’s Taxes Show Chronic Losses and Years of Income Tax Avoidance Interactive, September 27

    The Times obtained Donald Trump’s tax information extending over more than two decades, revealing struggling properties, vast write-offs, an audit battle and hundreds of millions in debt coming due.

  79. The True Colors of America’s Political Spectrum Are Gray and Green Interactive, September 2

    Think of the gray sidewalks of Democratic-leaning New York City, or the endless stretch of green fields in Kansas.

  80. Full Analysis of the Republican Convention, Night 2 Interactive, August 25

    On the second night of the Republican National Convention, speakers included First Lady Melania Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky. Our correspondents followed every speaker and provided live analysis and insights.

  81. Mark Cuban Wants to Fix Health Care, the N.B.A. and Maybe Everything Else Interactive, August 10

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

  82. 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.