1. Yesterday’s Joe Biden News live blog included one standalone post:
  2. Harris will speak at a summit seeking to unite Democratic senators of color. Washington, Yesterday

    Kamala Harris, the first vice president of Asian descent, will talk about her heritage and call attention to recent hate crimes in a keynote speech.

  3. Prosecuting the Capitol Rioters The Daily, Yesterday

    Hundreds have been arrested and charged in connection with the attack on Jan. 6, paving the way for a series of historic trials.

  4. In Washington, hundreds take part in pro-Palestinian protests. Foreign, May 15

    News of the march to the U.S. Capitol spread largely through social media and word of mouth, including during Friday prayers at local mosques.

  5. National Gallery of Art Reopens With a New Vision: ‘For All the People’ Weekend, May 13

    The museum has a new logo and mantra as its director, Kaywin Feldman, moves to diversify the collection and the staff.

  6. White House Is Said to Quietly Push Change to D.C. Statehood Bill Washington, May 13

    The deliberations over the long-shot bill center on three Electoral College votes the Constitution gives to the seat of government.

  7. This Might Be the Year D.C. Becomes a State Op Ed, May 12

    Democrats could use a two-seat advantage in 2022. Republicans call it a power grab. Residents call it voting rights.

  8. Former Dance School Comptroller Pleads Guilty in $1.5 Million Fraud Culture, May 7

    The former official, Sophia Kim, was a comptroller of the Kirov Academy of Ballet, a school founded in 1990 by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon.

  9. I Became a Mother at 25, and I’m Not Sorry I Didn’t Wait Op Ed, May 7

    More women are delaying parenthood because they think having kids early will be hard. It is. It's also great. 

  10. Justice Dept. Starts to Seek Plea Deals in Capitol Riot Cases Washington, May 7

    Prosecutors are negotiating agreements as they confront a sprawling investigation with hundreds of defendants.

  11. The May 4 Biden News Today live blog included one standalone post:
  12. Bust of Elie Wiesel Is Added to Washington National Cathedral Express, April 30

    The stone carving of the Holocaust survivor and author took two years to create and is the first modern-day Jewish representation in the cathedral.

  13. Harris and Pelosi make history standing behind a president during a formal address to Congress. Washington, April 28

    President Biden is delivering his speech while standing in front of two women — Vice President Kamala Harris and Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California.

  14. Biden will visit Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter while in Georgia commemorating his 100th day in office. Washington, April 27

    Mr. Biden will hold a drive-in rally in Georgia on Thursday and plans to visit the couple after they were unable to attend his inauguration in January because of the coronavirus.

  15. Watch Full Video: Biden Delivers Remarks on Coronavirus Video, April 27

    President Biden will delivered remarks on the coronavirus response. He is expected to speak about outdoor mask mandates.

  16. Watch Live: Biden Delivers Remarks on Coronavirus Video, April 27

    President Biden will deliver remarks on the coronavirus response. He is expected to speak about outdoor mask mandates.

  17. D.C. Police Department Data Is Leaked in a Cyberattack Washington, April 27

    The department appears to be the third police force to be targeted in a ransomware attack in six weeks, and the 26th government agency hit this year.

  18. Howard Students Protest Cut of Classics Department, Hub for Black Scholarship Express, April 25

    Howard University’s board of trustees approved the decision to scrap the program, the only such department at a historically Black university.

  19. Smithsonian Museums Will Reopen in May (Yes, You Can Visit the Pandas) Culture, April 23

    After being closed to the public since November, eight D.C.-area institutions will again welcome visitors next month.

  20. House Lawmakers Approve D.C. Statehood Bill Video, April 22

    The House passed legislation that would establish Washington, D.C., as the 51st state. The bill, approved in a 216-to-208 vote along party lines on Thursday, still faces obstacles in the Senate.

  21. The April 22 Biden Earth Day Climate Summit live blog included one standalone post:
  22. 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.

  23. 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.

  24. 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.

  25. 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.

  26. 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.

  27. 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.

  28. 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.

  29. 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?

  30. 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.

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

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

  32. 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.

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

    A detailed chart shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak.