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  1. Liz Cheney: The Model of a Modern Never-Trumper Styles, Today

    The representative from Wyoming embodies a different kind of Republican female power player tradition.

  2. Arizona Republican Leaders Criticize Election Audit Video, Yesterday

    The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, which administers elections for the majority of Arizona voters, called the ongoing audit of the county’s votes in the 2020 election a “mockery.”

  3. Montana’s new voting laws violate Native Americans’ rights, a lawsuit argues. Washington, Yesterday

    The lawsuit challenges two laws that state legislators passed this year, eliminating same-day voter registration and restricting ballot collection.

  4. Ban on Non-Unanimous Verdicts Is Not Retroactive, Supreme Court Rules Washington, Yesterday

    The 6-to-3 decision, a sequel to a ruling last year, affects thousands of prisoners in Louisiana and Oregon.

  5. Phoenix Republicans Condemn G.O.P.-Ordered Vote Review and ‘Insane Lies’ National, Yesterday

    Leaders in Maricopa County, Ariz., are hitting back at Donald J. Trump and fellow party members in the State Senate over a review of the county’s ballots.

  6. The Future of Virus Tracking Can Be Found on This College Campus Science, Yesterday

    Colorado Mesa University and the Broad Institute of M.I.T. and Harvard have spent the last year exploring new approaches to managing outbreaks.

  7. ‘I’m Not Anti-Anything. I’m Pro-Hawaii.’ Sports, Yesterday

    U.S. Olympic surfers from Hawaii — the proud home of the sport — would prefer to compete under their own red, white and blue banner.

  8. From India, Brazil and Beyond: Pandemic Refugees at the Border National, May 16

    Fleeing virus-devastated economies, migrants are traveling long distances to reach the United States and then walking through gaps in the border wall. The Arizona desert has become a favorite crossing point.

  9. At 18, He Had Consensual Gay Sex. Montana Wants Him to Stay a Registered Offender. Express, May 15

    A judge said Randall Menges should no longer be listed as a sex offender based on a law that was ruled unconstitutional years ago. Montana’s attorney general plans to fight the decision.

  10. A Police Shooting in Hawaii Has South Africans Demanding Justice Foreign, May 15

    A Black man from South Africa was shot and killed in an encounter with the police in his adopted home, Hawaii. His countrymen want answers.

  11. The Hoover Dam Made Life in the West Possible. Or So We Thought. Op Ed, May 14

    Climate change threatens Las Vegas and every other desert oasis town.

  12. Ex-Aide to Congressman Claims He Was Fired for Voicing Virus Concerns Express, May 13

    A former adviser to Representative Doug Lamborn, a Colorado Republican, contends in a federal lawsuit that the congressman flouted safety guidelines, contributing to an outbreak in his office.

  13. What Voters in Wyoming Say About Liz Cheney’s Lonely Stand National, May 13

    In a heavily Republican state, their lone congresswoman’s defiance of the former president is unpopular. But some residents still stick up for her. “She told the truth!” one proclaimed.

  14. Remains Found 36 Years Ago in Montana Are Identified Express, May 13

    DNA analysis has identified the remains of a woman, who for decades was known only as Christy Crystal Creek, as those of Janet Lee Lucas, who was last seen in Spokane, Wash., in 1983.

  15. When Sources Stand Together: Reporting on the Willows Inn Summary, May 13

    A Times food journalist who revealed accusations of misconduct at the restaurant in Washington State discusses how employees came to tell their story.

  16. Getting the Vaccine? It Doesn’t Have to Be Dull. Express, May 12

    A beach. A ski resort. Dracula’s house. Some Covid-19 vaccine sites are more interesting than others.

  17. Colt Brennan, Former University of Hawaii Star Quarterback, Dies at 37 Express, May 12

    Mr. Brennan, who set an N.C.A.A. record for touchdown passes in 2006 and led the Rainbow Warriors to their only bowl series appearance, had recently completed a course of treatment at a rehab center.

  18. ‘Ignoring the Lie Emboldens the Liar’ The Daily, May 12

    Liz Cheney is expected to be ousted from the Republican leadership. What does this say about current requirements for party leaders?

  19. How to Plan a D.I.Y. Alaska Trip Travel, May 12

    In a state the size of Texas, California and Montana combined, planning an affordable itinerary can be a challenge, especially with this summer’s lack of cheap cruises.

  20. My Beloved College Town Has a Problem: It’s Too Popular Op Ed, May 12

    Bozeman, Mont., has big-city problems, but it may not get big-city help.

  21. Why a Lifelong Republican Views Arizona’s Recount as Wrong Politics, May 11

    Bill Gates, an election supervisor in Maricopa County, says the audit of votes in his state is based on the lie of election fraud, and is “tearing at the foundations of our democracy.”

  22. Arizona G.O.P. Passes Law to Limit Distribution of Mail Ballots Politics, May 11

    The new law, signed by Gov. Doug Ducey, will remove people from a widely popular early voting list if they do not cast a ballot at least once every two years.

  23. An Anti-Gang Activist, a Shooting and a Community Long Abused and Ignored Book Review, May 11

    “The Holly,” by Julian Rubinstein, explores the history of gang violence in a historically Black Denver neighborhood, and the often misguided efforts of law enforcement agencies to reduce it.

  24. Police Say Boyfriend Responsible for Shooting at Colorado Birthday Party National, May 10

    More than half of mass shootings in recent years involve a perpetrator who killed an intimate partner or family member, including the gunman who killed six people in Colorado Springs.

  25. McCarthy Officially Backs Stefanik to Replace Cheney in House Leadership Washington, May 9

    “We need to be united,” said the Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, who worked behind the scenes for days on behalf of Representative Elise Stefanik of New York.

  26. In Arizona, a Troubled Voting Review Plods On as Questions Mount National, May 9

    A makeshift review of the vote in the state’s largest county has pleased followers of former President Donald J. Trump but is being widely criticized as a partisan exercise.

  27. 7 Dead in Shooting at Birthday Party in Colorado, Police Say Express, May 9

    The gunman shot and killed six adults before taking his own life at a mobile home park, officials said. A motive was not yet known.

  28. Cirque du Soleil’s Return Could Be Its Most Challenging Feat Yet Foreign, May 9

    After shuttering dozens of shows and shedding most of its work force, the vaunted Canadian circus faces an uphill struggle to bounce back.

  29. Grand Canyon Hike Organizer Violated Covid-19 Restrictions, Officials Say Express, May 8

    Prosecutors said at least 150 people showed up, astounding rangers and overwhelming visitors who struggled to steer clear of the hikers, many of whom were not wearing masks or social distancing.

  30. 45,000 Apply for the Chance to Kill 12 Bison in Grand Canyon National Park Express, May 7

    National Park Service officials want to reduce the size of a herd that they say has damaged vegetation, archaeological sites and the water supply.

  31. Arizona Review of 2020 Vote Is Riddled With Flaws, Says Secretary of State National, May 6

    Arizona’s top election official said the effort ordered by Republican state senators leaves ballots unattended and lacks basic safeguards to protect the process from manipulation.

  32. The Lithium Gold Rush: Inside the Race to Power Electric Vehicles Business, May 6

    A race is on to produce lithium in the United States, but competing projects are taking very different approaches to extracting the vital raw material. Some might not be very green.

  33. The Texas House debates a sweeping voting bill after DeSantis signs voting restrictions into Florida law. Politics, May 6

    There is movement in virtually every state with a Republican-controlled legislature — including Michigan and Arizona, where G.O.P. lawmakers are conducting an unorthodox audit of the November results.

  34. How a Fourth Grader in 1960 Inspired College Students in 2019 Summary, May 6

    Sixty years ago, a Times article described one girl’s wish to find a pen pal. A journalism class investigated how the story ended.

  35. ¿Quién se quedará con Xanadu 2.0, la mansión de los Gates? en Español, May 5

    Melinda Gates, al menos, ha mostrado deseos de vivir en una casa más pequeña.

  36. 7 Arrested After Police Find Mummified Body in Colorado Home Express, May 5

    A man told the police the body belonged to the leader of Love Has Won, a group that former members have called a cult centered on a woman named Amy Carlson.

  37. A Religious Community and the Weed Farm in the Middle of It Styles, May 5

    The Arizona town of Snowflake has two great institutions.

  38. Who Gets Xanadu 2.0, the Gates Family Mansion? Styles, May 5

    Melinda Gates, at least, has been open about her desire to live in a smaller house.

  39. New cases are climbing in Arizona while most of the U.S. improves. National, May 4

    The state, which lifted all its pandemic restrictions in March, has seen a 21 percent increase in its daily new-case average in recent weeks.

  40. Motherless Mothers Can Be Good Moms, Too Letters, May 4

    A researcher says women without the benefit of maternal support can be good mothers, too. Also: Renewable energy; Indigenous women; chip production.

  41. Canlis Hires Its First Female Executive Chef Dining, May 3

    Aisha Ibrahim will lead the kitchen of the celebrated 70-year-old restaurant in Seattle.

  42. Adam Kolton, 53, Dies; Led Fight to Protect Alaskan Refuge Obits, May 3

    Through his work with environmental groups, he tried to prevent the introduction of oil and gas drilling in sensitive lands.

  43. A Growing Summertime Risk for Cities: Power Failures During Heat Waves Climate, May 3

    The author of a new study said the combination of blackouts and extreme heat “may be the deadliest climate-related event we can imagine.”

  44. Wild Alaskan King Salmon Season Has Begun Dining, May 3

    Alaskan Salmon processes the fish from the Copper River and sends the delicacy nationwide.

  45. Bobby Unser, Racing Clan’s Three-Time Indy 500 Winner, Dies at 87 Obits, May 3

    Unser, who was afraid of heights, also captured the Pikes Peak climb race an unmatched 13 times.

  46. ¿El censo de 2020 en EE. UU. refleja de manera precisa a los hispanos? en Español, May 3

    Funcionarios de ambos partidos expresaron dudas sobre las cifras del censo publicadas hace poco; los demócratas aseguran que hay un subregistro de la población hispana.

  47. Colorado Woman Killed in Apparent Bear Attack Express, May 3

    Officials euthanized a grown female bear and two smaller bears that were found nearby. It was one of only a few fatal bear attacks ever recorded in the state.

  48. Mitt Romney Is Booed by Members of His Own Party Express, May 2

    Mr. Romney, a Utah Republican and an outspoken critic of former President Donald J. Trump, was booed and heckled as he addressed the Utah Republican state convention on Saturday.

  49. The virus is surging in Alaska’s interior, straining a Fairbanks hospital. Foreign, May 2

    New cases have more than doubled in the past two weeks in the burough that includes the city, and the positivity rate had soared to about 10 percent.

  50. Indian Health Service Settles Dispute Over Care in New Mexico Washington, May 2

    The federal agency agreed to postpone for a year its proposal to cut service at a hospital serving 9,100 tribal citizens.

  51. Oregon Lawmaker Who Let Protesters Into State Capitol Is Charged in Breach Express, May 1

    Surveillance footage shows State Representative Mike Nearman opening a door to let protesters into the Capitol, in Salem, last year.

  52. Horse Fossil, Possibly From the Ice Age, Is Found in a Las Vegas Backyard Express, May 1

    Workers found the bones, which could be up to 14,000 years old, during the construction of a pool.

  53. Hundreds Reported Abnormal Menstruation After Exposure to Tear Gas, Study Finds Express, May 1

    A scientific paper expands on social media reports of sudden onset of periods, spotting and other menstrual peculiarities during last summer’s protests in Portland, Ore.

  54. Linfield University Fires Professor Who Spoke Out About Misconduct Cases Express, May 1

    Allegations of anti-Semitism, sexual misconduct and racial discrimination have led to turmoil on the small Oregon campus. Some have called for the university’s president to resign.

  55. Three Colorado Officers Resign After Arrest of Woman With Dementia Express, April 30

    Body-camera footage of the arrest of Karen Garner has drawn widespread outrage, as has another video that showed officers laughing at the footage.

  56. ‘Firefighters Out There in the Snow’: Wildfires Rage Early in Parched West National, April 30

    Firefighters in New Mexico, Arizona and California are battling springtime blazes that have been fueled by a severe drought and boosted by climate change.

  57. ‘Firefighters Out There in the Snow’: Wildfires Rage Early in Parched West National, April 30

    Firefighters in New Mexico, Arizona and California are battling springtime blazes that have been fueled by a severe drought and boosted by climate change.

  58. Pro-Biden Group to Begin Ad Campaign Promoting His Agenda in Swing States Politics, April 30

    Building Back Together will highlight the president’s coronavirus response and his economic plan and will contrast his measured approach to his bombastic predecessor’s.

  59. Want to Move to Our Town? Here’s $10,000 and a Free Bike. Real Estate, April 30

    With offers of cash, housing and a budding talent pool, smaller cities and states hope to get in on the ground floor of a new era for remote workers.

  60. Idaho Lawmaker Accused of Raping an Intern Resigns Express, April 29

    Aaron von Ehlinger, a Republican state representative from Lewiston, has denied sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman after the two had dinner in March.

  61. The Departed Could Soon Become Compost in Colorado Express, April 29

    If the governor signs the bill, Colorado would be the second state to legalize the composting of human remains.

  62. $1.7 Million Homes in Maryland, Oregon and California Real Estate, April 28

    A contemporary-style glass house in Monkton, a 1914 Craftsman bungalow in Portland and a modernist home designed by Stan Allen in Glendale.

  63. What You Get for $1.7 Million Slideshow, April 28

    A contemporary glass house in Monkton, Md.; a 1914 Craftsman bungalow in Portland, Ore.; and a modern home designed by Stan Allen in Glendale, Calif.

  64. Video Shows Police Laughing at Footage of Arrest of Woman With Dementia Express, April 27

    The woman, who walked out of a Walmart in Loveland, Colo., without paying for $13.88 worth of items, said in a lawsuit that the police had broken a bone in her arm and dislocated her shoulder.

  65. The Island Is Idyllic. As a Workplace, It’s Toxic. Dining, April 27

    Globe-trotting diners flock to the Willows Inn’s serene Northwest setting. But former employees say faked ingredients, sexual harassment and an abusive kitchen are the real story.

  66. Workers at Exclusive Montana Resort Reach $1 Million Wage Settlement Express, April 27

    A group of guest workers from Jamaica had accused the Yellowstone Club and Hospitality Staffing Solutions of shortchanging their wages and tips.

  67. After Nearly a Year of Unrest, Portland Leaders Pursue a Crackdown National, April 27

    Mayor Ted Wheeler said he wanted to “unmask” demonstrators who engaged in property destruction. The Oregon city has seen regular demonstrations since the murder of George Floyd.

  68. Off-Roaders Narrowly Escape Wildfire Video, April 26

    Laurie Glass and friends out driving Jeeps in Arizona’s Hualapai Mountains on Sunday got caught in the Flag Fire, which has grown to hundreds of acres and forced hundreds of people from their homes.

  69. U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s National, April 26

    With immigration leveling off and a declining birthrate, the United States may be entering an era of substantially lower population growth, demographers said.

  70. Airline Bars Alaska State Senator Over Mask Policy Violation Express, April 26

    Alaska Airlines said it had suspended State Senator Lora Reinbold from flying because she refused to comply with its mask rules.

  71. Hundreds Are Forced to Evacuate From Western Arizona Wildfire Express, April 26

    The Flag Fire has consumed 600 acres in the Hualapai Mountains in northwestern Arizona and prompted the evacuation of about 200 households, the authorities said.

  72. After Covid Upended a Dying Woman’s Rome Dream, Her Twin Stepped In Express, April 26

    When Lisa Maksym tested positive for the coronavirus, she was forced to stop cancer treatments, threatening a long-planned return to Rome. Her sister hatched a plan.

  73. After Covid Upended a Dying Woman’s Rome Dream, Her Twin Stepped In U.S., April 26

    When Lisa Maksym tested positive for the coronavirus, she was forced to stop cancer treatments, threatening a long-planned return to Rome. Her sister hatched a plan.

  74. Josh Is the Name, and They Will Fight You for It Express, April 26

    How “pandemic boredom” led to an internet sensation and a battle royal (with pool noodles) of many Joshes.

  75. Arlene Pieper Stine, 90, Dies; First Woman to Finish a Marathon Obits, April 25

    She ran the challenging Pikes Peak Marathon in Colorado in 1959. For the next 50 years she had no idea that she had made sports history.

  76. Rural Ambulance Crews Have Run Out of Money and Volunteers National, April 25

    Strained by pandemic-era budget cuts, stress and a lack of revenue, at least 10 ambulance companies in Wyoming are in danger of shuttering — some imminently.

  77. Women of Bears Ears Are Asking You to Help Save It Op Ed, April 25

    Will sacred lands protected by President Obama be protected once again?

  78. Half a Year After Trump’s Defeat, Arizona Republicans Are Recounting the Vote National, April 25

    An audit of the vote in Arizona’s most populous county was meant to mollify angry Trump voters. But it is being criticized as a partisan exercise more than a fact-finding one.

  79. An Arizona judge temporarily halts a G.O.P. effort to recount 2020 ballots. Washington, April 23

    Republican officials in the state have hired a private vendor to review nearly 2.1 million ballots cast in its largest county, though there is no substantiated evidence of significant fraud or errors.

  80. 10 Queer Indigenous Artists on Where Their Inspirations Have Led Them T Style, April 23

    While wide-ranging in scope and style, these pieces are alike in their power and depth.

  81. Republicans Aren’t Done Messing With Elections Op Ed, April 23

    Not content with limiting voting rights, they are threatening the integrity of vote counting itself.

  82. Idaho Senate Approves Bill to Kill 90 Percent of State’s Wolves Express, April 22

    The bill would allow the state to hire contractors to kill the wolves, which supporters say are threatening the livelihoods of Idaho’s ranchers.

  83. Arrest of Colorado Woman With Dementia Prompts Investigation Express, April 20

    Karen Garner, 73, of Loveland, Colo., walked out of a Walmart without paying for $13.88 worth of items. Police officers broke a bone in her arm and dislocated her shoulder, a lawsuit says.

  84. What Kind of Flag Can I Fly Outside My House? Real Estate, April 20

    If you live in a community with a homeowners association, chances are good that you may be limited to just the Stars and Stripes.

  85. Grizzly Bear Fatally Mauls a Backcountry Guide Near Yellowstone Park Express, April 19

    When the bear charged at Montana officials who were investigating the attack, they shot and killed it.

  86. Colorado Judge Will Resign After Using Racial Slur, Court Says Express, April 19

    Natalie T. Chase, a District Court judge in Arapahoe County, agreed to step down after the Colorado Supreme Court censured her for insensitive remarks to Black judicial employees.

  87. On the Water in Alaska, Where Salmon Fishing Dreams Live On Travel, April 19

    Each summer, salmon begin their journey back to the rivers where they were spawned. Alaskan fishermen, along with whales, eagles and bears, share in the abundance.

  88. As New Police Reform Laws Sweep Across the U.S., Some Ask: Are They Enough? Investigative, April 18

    States have passed over 140 police oversight bills since the killing of George Floyd, increasing accountability and overhauling rules on the use of force. But the calls for change continue.

  89. Colorado health officials warn of a new surge as counties loosen virus restrictions. National, April 18

    Health officials say rising case counts are fueled in part by more contagious coronavirus variants, particularly B.1.1.7, the variant first found in Britain.

  90. Airport vaccinations are just a flight away. To Alaska. Foreign, April 18

    Alaska is the 22d state to announce plans to vaccinate nonresidents against the coronavirus.

  91. Airport vaccinations are just a flight away. To Alaska. National, April 18

    Alaska is the 22d state to announce plans to vaccinate nonresidents against the coronavirus.

  92. The Sunday Read: ‘Voices Carry’ The Daily, April 18

    What will it take to get the choir of Washington’s Skagit Valley — and the rest of the world’s choral musicians — back together again?

  93. How the Skagit Valley Chorale Learned to Sing Again Amid Covid Interactive, April 8

    A year ago, their rehearsal was one of the first documented superspreader events. But tragedy and isolation couldn’t keep their voices apart.

  94. Will We Struggle to Reach Herd Immunity? Interactive, March 26

    Data from Idaho, Florida and other states offer a warning on “vaccine deserts.”

  95. A Year Without Travel Interactive, March 7

    The pandemic closed borders, halted air travel and emptied destinations of tourists. As its first anniversary nears, we look at how six places dependent on the industry have adapted to the disruption.

  96. What to Know About the Virus This Week Interactive, March 5

    The latest news and data from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  97. The State of the Virus: Sustained Progress in Most States Interactive, February 12

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  98. They’re Arctic Survivors. How Will They Adapt to Climate Change? Interactive, February 11

    Crisscrossing the tundra, digging dens, chasing prey: a rare look at the elusive wolverine in a rapidly changing region.

  99. The State of the Virus: A Notable Decline in New Cases Interactive, February 5

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  100. The State of the Virus This Week: A Milestone Looms Interactive, January 15

    A look at this week’s news from the team tracking the coronavirus.

  101. Cause of Life Interactive, December 20

    The more than 500,000 people we lost to the pandemic so far form a portrait of America. For this series of short films, we asked five people to celebrate the life of someone close to them.

  102. A Record-Breaking Week for the Virus, by the Numbers Interactive, December 18

    The state of the virus this week

  103. Montana Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  104. Utah Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Utah election.

  105. Utah Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Utah election.

  106. Nevada Voter Surveys: How Different Groups Voted Interactive, November 3

    How different groups voted

  107. Idaho Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

  108. Hawaii Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Hawaii election.

  109. Colorado Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Colorado elections.

  110. Oregon Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Oregon election.

  111. Colorado Election Results: Second Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Colorado election.

  112. Idaho Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Idaho elections.

  113. Colorado Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

  114. Hawaii Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Hawaii elections.

  115. A Nutmegger, a Buckeye and a Sooner Walked Into a Voting Booth... Interactive, November 1

    Every four years, as Election Day draws near, we embrace America’s oddball geographic nicknames.

  116. The Battlegrounds Within Battlegrounds Interactive, October 31

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

  117. Live Results: Colorado Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, October 28

  118. Utah Presidential Republican Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

  119. Colorado Polls: Who Different Groups Supported Interactive, October 28

  120. Colorado Presidential Republican Primary Election Results Interactive, October 28

  121. Live Results: Utah Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, October 28

  122. Trump’s Taxes Show He Engineered a Sudden Windfall in 2016 Interactive, October 9

    Over $21 million in highly unusual payments from the Las Vegas hotel Donald Trump owns with Phil Ruffin were routed through other Trump companies, then directed to Mr. Trump.

  123. What Made This a Record Fire Season? It Started With Lightning Interactive, October 2

    An unusual confluence of weather conditions sent nearly 14,000 bolts of lightning into the dry, hot forests of Northern California in August. But that was only the beginning.

  124. Record Wildfires on the West Coast Are Capping a Disastrous Decade Interactive, September 24

    One after another, major fires exploded across Washington, Oregon and California earlier this month. They have added up to the worst fire season on record.

  125. 12,000 Feet Up, With a Storm Coming In Interactive, September 23

    A summer romp in the Tetons with Jimmy Chin and his pals.

  126. California, Washington and Oregon Fire Tracking Maps Interactive, September 9

    Maps showing the major fires are burning in the western states.

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

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

  128. Inside the Battle for Downtown Portland Interactive, July 31

    Night after night, calm gave way to chaos. See how the clashes between federal agents and protesters unfolded.

  129. On the Ground in Portland as Protesters Clash with Federal Authorities Interactive, July 22

    Our reporter spent another night in downtown Portland witnessing the protests in response to police violence and the presence of federal authorities.

  130. Here’s What I Saw on the Streets of Portland Last Night Interactive, July 21

    Our reporter spent the night in Downtown Portland, witnessing the growing protests in response to the presence of federal troops.

  131. Live Analysis: June 30 Election Results Interactive, June 30

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

  132. Live Primary Election Results: Races in Colorado, Oklahoma and Utah Interactive, June 30

    Get the latest primary results from Colorado, Oklahoma and Utah.

  133. Watch This Protest Turn From Peaceful to Violent in 60 Seconds Interactive, June 26

    As a former police officer, I’ve handled large protests. What I saw in Seattle disturbed me.

  134. Live Primary Election Results: Georgia, West Virginia, Nevada and More Races to Watch Interactive, June 9

    Get the latest primary results from Georgia, West Virginia, Nevada and more.

  135. 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.

  136. Hawaii Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, May 23

    Detailed results from the Hawaii presidential primary election.

  137. Oregon Election Results: Live Presidential Primary 2020 Interactive, May 19

    Detailed results and maps from the Oregon presidential primary election.

  138. Live: Oregon State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, May 19

    Detailed results and maps from the Oregon primary election.

  139. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

    With billions of people staying home, the world is reinventing the weekend.

  140. Alaska Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, April 11

    Results from the Alaska presidential primary election.

  141. Wyoming Coronavirus Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  142. Utah Coronavirus Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  143. Oregon Coronavirus Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  144. New Mexico Covid Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  145. Nevada Covid Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  146. Montana Covid Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  147. Idaho Covid Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  148. Hawaii Covid Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  149. Colorado Covid Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  150. Traffic and Pollution Plummet as U.S. Cities Shut Down for Coronavirus Interactive, March 22

    A satellite that detects pollution linked to cars and trucks shows declines over major metropolitan areas, including Los Angeles, Seattle, and New York.