1. Mark Zuckerberg will be added to a Facebook privacy lawsuit. Technology, October 20

    The District of Columbia case, which grew out of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, could expose the chief executive to financial and other penalties.

  2. Metro Train Derailments Could Have Been ‘Catastrophic,’ Official Says Video, October 18

    The National Transportation Safety Board said that the Metro system in Washington removed more than half of its subway cars from service as federal investigators scrutinized a surge in train-alignment “failures.”

  3. Washington Metro Pulls Most Train Cars From Service After Derailment U.S., October 18

    The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority idled 748 Metro cars on Monday after one train derailed at least three times on Oct. 12, officials said.

  4. Jail Officials Held in Contempt for Treatment of Jan. 6 Defendant U.S., October 13

    A federal judge ruled that top officials of Washington, D.C.’s jail had improperly delayed medical treatment for a man being held without bail in connection with the attack on the Capitol.

  5. Monica Lewinsky Has Some Things to Say About Cancel Culture Opinion, October 4

    The activist and producer reflects on how the internet and social media have changed public discourse since her 1998 saga.

  6. With Big, Bold Art, Sarah Cain Redefines Seriousness in Painting Arts, September 30

    The Los Angeles artist, with her crazy titles and caustic colors, offers “a really provocative combination of pleasure and politics,” says one museum curator.

  7. Activists take vaccine demands, and a mountain of fake bones, to the home of Biden’s chief of staff. U.S., September 29

    A small group of longtime AIDS activists sought to represent lives lost to what they see as the president’s failure to scale up vaccine manufacturing for global use.

  8. The September 28 Senate Hearing live blog included one standalone post:
  9. ‘It’s Always Going to Haunt Me’: How the Capitol Riot Changed Lives Interactive, September 16

    The Jan. 6 attack was a moment of national and political crisis. For those present that day, it was also a deeply personal trauma.

  10. Opinion: Takeaways from My Obama Interview Interactive, June 1

    For my latest episode, I spoke with former President Barack Obama about how he believes America has changed since his time in office.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. Read the document Interactive, March 4

    Here is the cover letter and formal investigation of Elaine Chao, which focused on the steps she and her staff took to help members of her family and to handle other personal matters. The investigation resulted in a criminal referral to the Department of Justice.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  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. 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.

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

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

  21. 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.

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

    A detailed chart shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak.

  23. Boston Has Become New York Op Ed, July 23

    The reality of global warming.

  24. In Divided Washington, Relief and Disappointment at Mueller’s Report Washington, April 18

    The stoic feelings of progressive Washington were similarly subdued in the city’s more conservative corners.

  25. Pope Names Wilton Gregory as New Archbishop of Washington National, April 3

    The appointment follows the resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl after he was named in a Pennsylvania grand jury report accusing officials of covering up abuse.

  26. South Korean Leader to Meet With Trump, Hoping to Salvage His Role as Mediator Foreign, March 29

    President Moon Jae-in of South Korea wants to help revive the nuclear talks with North Korea that hit a wall in Vietnam last month.