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  1. Two Filmmakers Write Their Own Love Story Styles, Yesterday

    Sasha Jackson remembered passing by Stephen Small-Warner II on a New York subway car, but they didn’t officially meet until years later at Howard University. A collaboration soon began.

  2. The Merit, Thrills, Boredom and Fear of Police Work Book Review, February 23

    “Tangled Up in Blue,” by Rosa Brooks, and “We Own This City,” by Justin Fenton, take readers inside two police forces (in Washington and Baltimore) to examine a complicated culture.

  3. Did Washington Just Have an Actual Weekend? Washington, February 22

    President Biden is uninterested in generating headlines, which only emphasizes how the Trump-size hole in Washington has created a sense of free time in the capital — psychically, if not literally.

  4. 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.

  5. What Trump, San Francisco and the Deer in My Backyard Have in Common Op Ed, February 16

    Democracy depends on understanding the connection.

  6. Blue Lives Matter Is Over Op Ed, February 14

    Once the Trump mob attacked officers, Republican hypocrisy was exposed.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. Maxine Cheshire, Who Chronicled Beltway Scandals, Dies at 90 Obits, February 8

    A star society reporter for The Washington Post, she was the scourge of presidents, foreign operatives and philandering politicians.

  10. They Stormed the Capitol. Their Apps Tracked Them. Op Ed, February 5

    Times Opinion was able to identify individuals from a trove of leaked smartphone location data.

  11. Did the Proud Boys Help Coordinate the Capitol Riot? Yes, U.S. Suggests Metro, February 5

    In court papers, prosecutors have painted a picture that indicates planning among members of the extremist group on Jan. 6.

  12. Arrested in Capitol Riot: Organized Militants and a Horde of Radicals Interactive, February 4

    Yes, there were Proud Boys, QAnon zealots and military veterans. But most of those arrested so far were united largely by a belief that the election was stolen, a New York Times analysis found.

  13. Eugenio Martínez, Last of the Watergate Burglars, Dies at 98 Obits, February 2

    A hero to exiles from Castro’s Cuba, he was the only person other than Richard Nixon to receive a presidential pardon in the scandal.

  14. People Died at the Capitol. Will Rioters Be Charged With Murder? National, February 2

    The law provides a way to charge people in cases of deaths that they did not directly cause. But there have long been complaints about using it.

  15. People Died at the Capitol. Can Rioters Be Held Accountable? National, February 2

    Federal law provides a way to charge people in cases of deaths that they did not directly cause. But it is a limited provision that has raised questions about complicity and fairness.

  16. Ocasio-Cortez Says She Is a Sexual Assault Survivor Metro, February 1

    “I haven’t told many people that in my life,” the Democratic congresswoman said of the revelation, which came during a harrowing recounting of her experiences amid the Capitol riot.

  17. After the Capitol Riot, a Winter Tradition Is Interrupted Washington, January 31

    Washington’s representative in Congress urged the Capitol Police to allow sledding to continue on the complex’s heavily secured grounds.

  18. 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?

  19. Museum of the Bible Returns Artifacts to Egypt Culture, January 29

    Egypt had asserted that the items were ferreted out amid the Arab Spring. The antiquities are among those at the museum lacking proper paperwork.

  20. Body Camera Footage Shows Capitol Rioters Trampling Over Woman Video, January 28

    Video obtained by The Times provides a police officer’s view of the deadly battle to defend a key entryway from the surging mob.

  21. Capitol Police Call for More Security, Prompting Debate Over How Far to Go Washington, January 28

    The Capitol Police, Washington’s mayor and lawmakers are weighing options for permanent fencing around Congress and bigger forces to respond to continuing threats.

  22. Children Need to Be Back in School Tomorrow Op Ed, January 28

    Teacher resistance is a disaster for the most vulnerable.

  23. How to Watch the Inauguration Festivities Interactive, January 19

    Many of the events during Joe Biden’s inauguration have been completely reimagined. Here’s what to know.

  24. Architecture, in Abstract: A Quiz Interactive, August 13

    Can you identify the cities where these abstract architectural photographs were taken?

  25. Live Primary Election Results: Iowa, New Mexico, Pennsylvania and More Races to Watch Interactive, June 2

    Get the latest primary results from Iowa, New Mexico, Pennsylvania and more.

  26. Washington, D.C. Covid Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed chart shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak.