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  1. ‘Tenía muchas ganas de ser humo’: el último deseo de un médico fue una cremación pública en Español, Today

    Un pequeño pueblo de Colorado tiene la única pira funeraria pública al aire libre de EE. UU. Philip Incao siempre pensó que ser cremado en ella sería un final perfecto para su vida.

  2. Yesterday’s Weather East Coast Heat live blog included two standalone posts:
  3. While the East bakes, Colorado digs out from a late snowstorm. U.S., Yesterday

  4. She Was Told Surgery Would Cost About $1,300. Then the Bill Came: $229,000. U.S., Yesterday

    The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Lisa French had never agreed to pay the full price when she signed service agreements with a hospital.

  5. How Jack Welch’s Reign at G.E. Gave Us Elon Musk’s Twitter Feed Business, Yesterday

    The onetime ‘manager of the century’ paved the way for C.E.O.s to moonlight as internet trolls.

  6. Ginni Thomas Urged Arizona Lawmakers to Overturn Election U.S., May 20

    The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote to legislators in a crucial swing state after the Trump campaign’s loss in 2020.

  7. Bodies Pulled From Parched Lake Mead Stir Wise-Guy Ghosts of Las Vegas U.S., May 20

    As climate change fuels grim discoveries across the West, Las Vegas is awash in bets on the identity of a suspected murder victim dumped in a barrel.

  8. Riding the World’s Biggest Waves, Without a Surfboard Sports, May 19

    Kalani Lattanzi has taken bodysurfing to the next level, paddling into 40-foot waves with little more than the fins on his feet.

  9. ‘Cane Fire’ Review: Here Am I, Your Plundered Island Movies, May 19

    Burning resentment at colonial exploitation on Kauai, seen through the veil of history’s smoke.

  10. Thousands of Migrants Have Been Waiting for Months to Enter U.S. U.S., May 19

    People from around the world have been lingering on the border, awaiting the end of pandemic restrictions. Their fate remains one of the Biden administration’s biggest challenges on immigration.

  11. Your Wednesday Evening Briefing Briefing, May 18

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  12. New Mexico Archdiocese to Settle Sex Abuse Claims for $121.5 Million U.S., May 18

    The settlement announced by the Archdiocese of Santa Fe is among the largest of its kind involving the Catholic Church in the United States.

  13. She Wrote ‘How to Murder Your Husband.’ Did She Do It? U.S., May 18

    Prosecutors are building a follow-the-string murder case against a romance novelist. She says their real story is one about love.

  14. Ringling Circus Is Returning. Lions, Tigers and Dumbo Are Not. Arts, May 18

    Shuttered since 2017, Ringling Brothers will bring back its circus in 2023, but this time there will be no animal acts.

  15. $2.5 Million Homes in Illinois, the District of Columbia and Arizona Real Estate, May 18

    A Queen Anne Revival house in Hinsdale, a two-bedroom condo unit in Washington and a 2016 home in Phoenix.

  16. $2.5 Million Homes in Illinois, the District of Columbia and Arizona Slideshow, May 18

    A Queen Anne Revival house in Hinsdale, a two-bedroom condo unit in Washington and a 2016 home in Phoenix.

  17. The May 18 Pa Primary Elections Nc live blog included three standalone posts:
  18. Your Tuesday Evening Briefing Briefing, May 17

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  19. Oregon Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Oregon primary elections.

  20. Idaho Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Idaho primary elections.

  21. Oregon Fifth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Oregon primary elections.

  22. Idaho Second Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Idaho primary elections.

  23. Idaho Attorney General Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Idaho primary elections.

  24. Oregon Governor Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Oregon primary elections.

  25. Idaho Lieutenant Governor Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Idaho primary elections.

  26. Idaho Secretary of State Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Idaho primary elections.

  27. Oregon Sixth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Oregon primary elections.

  28. Live Primary Results: Tonight’s Key Races Interactive, May 17

    We’re watching the top races in tonight’s primary elections in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Oregon, Idaho and Kentucky.

  29. Idaho Governor Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Idaho primary elections.

  30. Oregon Second Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Oregon primary elections.

  31. Idaho U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Idaho primary elections.

  32. Oregon Fourth Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Oregon primary elections.

  33. Oregon U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Oregon primary elections.

  34. Oregon First Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Oregon primary elections.

  35. Oregon Third Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Oregon primary elections.

  36. Idaho First Congressional District Primary Election Results Interactive, May 17

    See full results and maps from the Idaho primary elections.

  37. Your Monday Evening Briefing Briefing, May 16

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  38. The Believer, a Beloved Literary Magazine, Goes Home After a Risqué Detour Books, May 16

    The magazine, bought by a marketing company, briefly hosted clickbait content. Scandal ensued. After a flurry of negotiation, it is now back with its first publisher, McSweeney’s.

  39. Here Are the Wildfire Risks to Homes Across the Lower 48 States Interactive, May 16

    New data was used to calculate fire risk to residential and other properties. The threats are rising.

  40. A Fracture in Idaho’s G.O.P. as the Far Right Seeks Control U.S., May 15

    Ahead of a primary vote, traditional Republicans are raising alarm about the future of the party, warning about the growing strength of militia members, racists and the John Birch Society.

  41. Way Out West Gameplay, May 14

    Daniel Mauer gives us a lift.

  42. The Disarray and ‘Stone Age’ Dysfunction of the Las Vegas Raiders Sports, May 13

    Former employees described an N.F.L. franchise bedeviled by executive departures, poor financial management, unpaid electric bills and a raft of firings, payouts and N.D.A.s.

  43. Randy Weaver, Who Confronted U.S. Agents at Ruby Ridge, Dies at 74 U.S., May 13

    The 1992 standoff left his wife, his son and a U.S. marshal dead, and made him a reluctant hero of the anti-government far right.

  44. Biden Administration Cancels Drilling Sales in Alaska and Gulf of Mexico Climate, May 12

    Republicans link the move to rising gas prices while the administration said it was a result of conflicting legal opinions and a lack of interest among bidders.

  45. What Our Writers Read, Watched and Listened to Before Their Big Trips T Magazine, May 12

    For T Magazine’s summer Travel issue, three writers returned to places they’d once been years after their first visits. Here’s how they prepared.

  46. Soldier Is Killed by Brown Bear on Alaska Military Base U.S., May 11

    A group of soldiers planning an exercise wandered across a bear den on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage when a sow attacked, state wildlife troopers said.

  47. Festival Devotees Migrate East Style, May 11

    After a two-year hiatus, the Robot Heart party, normally held during Burning Man, made its return to glory and debut in the Big Apple.

  48. The May 11 Midterms Election Primary live blog included one standalone post:
  49. QAnon se une a los vigilantes de la frontera de EE. UU. en Español, May 11

    Los activistas de extrema derecha están interceptando a niños migrantes y recopilando información sobre sus familias, basándose en una teoría de la conspiración que afirma que están siendo víctimas de las redes de tráfico sexual.

  50. Hot, Dry and Windy Weather Fuels Wildfires in New Mexico Video, May 10

    One of the blazes, the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire, has burned more than 200,000 acres and is the country’s largest active wildfire.

  51. ‘Rust’ Production Appeals Fine for Cinematographer’s Death Arts, May 10

    The company, which was fined the maximum penalty allowed under state law, maintained that it did not violate safety protocols.

  52. Heat Warnings From Texas to New England Interactive, May 10

    A heat wave will move beyond the Southwest this week to the Midwest and even parts of New England.

  53. States Turn to Tax Cuts as Inflation Stays Hot U.S., May 10

    Tax reductions and rebates that are being proposed to help people cope could have the unintended effect of pushing prices higher.

  54. The Pulitzer Prize Winner That Emerged Out of a Time of Quietness Arts, May 9

    Raven Chacon’s “Voiceless Mass,” a work for ensemble and pipe organ that “evokes the weight of history in a church setting,” won the prize for music.

  55. Ex-Deputy Sheriff Is Charged With Being a ‘Wedding Crasher Bandit’ U.S., May 9

    Landon Rankin, a retired deputy, stole boxes of cards containing cash and checks from 11 weddings in the Phoenix area, the authorities said.

  56. High Winds Give New Mexico Firefighters Little Respite U.S., May 9

    Driven by erratic gusts, the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire has consumed more than 200,000 acres, the largest active blaze in the United States.

  57. QAnon Joins Vigilantes at the Southern Border U.S., May 9

    Far-right activists are intercepting migrant children and collecting information about their families, based on a conspiracy theory that they are falling prey to sex-trafficking rings.

  58. The Sunday Read: ‘It Was Just a Kayaking Trip. Until It Upended Our Lives.’ The Daily, May 8

    Three friends set out on a sea-kayaking trip through Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska, having a good time, when tragedy struck.

  59. Cientos de adolescentes suicidas duermen en urgencias cada noche en Español, May 8

    Debido a la falta de servicios psiquiátricos de internamiento, los menores pasan días e incluso semanas en las salas de emergencias hospitalarias esperando una ayuda que necesitan con desesperación.

  60. Hundreds of Suicidal Teens Sleep in Emergency Rooms. Every Night. Health, May 8

    With inpatient psychiatric services in short supply, adolescents are spending days, even weeks, in hospital emergency departments awaiting the help they desperately need.

  61. An N.B.A. Coach’s Journey from FedEx to the Top Job Sports, May 7

    Boston Celtics Coach Ime Udoka struggled to catch on in the N.B.A. as a player. But once he did, he leveraged his experience to become a leader on the sideline.

  62. Utah Welcomes the Ironman World Championship. For One Time Only. Sports, May 6

    This weekend’s Ironman is technically the 2021 event. And it’s not in Kona.

  63. Ex-Officer Gets 5 Years for Assaulting Woman With Dementia During Arrest U.S., May 6

    Austin Hopp pleaded guilty in March to second-degree assault for throwing to the ground and injuring Karen Garner, 73 at the time, during an arrest on suspicion of shoplifting in Colorado.

  64. Your Thursday Evening Briefing Briefing, May 5

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  65. Sounders’ Breakthrough Title Cements Seattle’s Soccer Bona Fides Sports, May 5

    The Sounders captured M.L.S.’s first CONCACAF Champions League title with a win over Pumas of Mexico. Our columnist remembers the day soccer took root in Seattle.

  66. ‘Burning Down a Way of Life’: Wildfire Rips Through a Hispanic Bastion U.S., May 5

    One of the largest wildfires in New Mexico’s history is raging through a region where the culture stretches back longer than the United States has existed.

  67. In Arizona, a Swing State Swings to the Far Right U.S., May 5

    In the run-up to an August primary, a number of Republicans on the ballot in Arizona — like those in Ohio — have rushed to embrace Donald J. Trump and his stolen-election falsehoods.

  68. Need a Big Mac Out on the Tundra? There’s an App (and a Plane) for That. Food, May 5

    With the help of bush pilots, residents of remote Alaskan villages are increasingly using DoorDash, Uber Eats and other food-delivery services.

  69. Why Climate Change Makes It Harder to Fight Fire With Fire Climate, May 5

    Worsening wildfires in recent years have led officials to embrace planned fires to thin forests before disaster strikes. But the warming world is making it tougher to do safely.

  70. Smoke and Sandstorm, Seen From Space Climate, May 4

    A time-lapse image of smoke from wildfires in New Mexico and dust from a storm in Colorado illustrates the scope of Western catastrophe.

  71. ‘A Monster in Our Midst’: How a Tattoo Industry #MeToo Case Collapsed New York, May 4

    Isaiah “Toothtaker” Camacho was a star in the underground tattoo industry, even as sexual assault accusations against him piled up.

  72. Un grupo de científicos trabaja para redefinir los segundos en Español, May 4

    Los científicos se preparan para redefinir la unidad fundamental del tiempo. No será más larga ni más corta, pero será más precisa y mucho más potente.

  73. Circle these dates on the midterm primary calendar. U.S., May 3

    Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Georgia are among the races to watch.

  74. Deadly Venom From Spiders and Snakes May Cure What Ails You Science, May 3

    Efforts to tease apart the vast swarm of proteins in venom — a field called venomics — have burgeoned in recent years, leading to important drug discoveries.

  75. The Court and the Culture Wars Podcasts, May 2

    When “religious freedom” gets complicated.

  76. Why the Debate Over Russian Uranium Worries U.S. Tribal Nations U.S., May 2

    If imports end because of the war, American companies may look to increase domestic mining, which has a toxic history on Indigenous lands.

  77. Strong Winds Keep Fueling New Mexico Wildfire U.S., May 1

    A blaze that grew significantly over the weekend has residents bracing for more evacuations.

  78. What Happens in Vegas Requires No Further Security, N.F.L. Says Sports, April 30

    Despite some recent high-profile arrests of players, the league said the security protocol for Las Vegas is the same as for any other N.F.L. city.

  79. Former Idaho State Lawmaker Is Convicted of Raping an Intern U.S., April 29

    A jury unanimously found Aaron von Ehlinger, a Republican state representative from Lewiston, guilty of raping the 19-year-old in March 2021.

  80. ‘Extremely Critical Fire Weather’ Threatens the Southwest U.S., April 29

    Parts of the region — including large swaths of New Mexico — have been seared by drought and raked by high winds, fueling existing wildfires and creating ideal conditions for new ones.

  81. The N.F.L. Draft Fashion Scorecard Style, April 29

    It may be the last bastion of raw red carpet self-expression.

  82. Is the U.S. Economy Headed for a Slowdown? Business, April 29

    A shrinking G.D.P., Amazon’s slowing revenue and supply chain woes all point to the economic engine shifting down a gear.

  83. Millions of Bees Bound for Alaska Are Rerouted and Die in Atlanta U.S., April 28

    A shipment of five million honeybees was diverted to Atlanta and left out on a hot tarmac. Local beekeepers tried to come to the rescue, but very few survived.

  84. City in Washington Reaches $7.5 Million Settlement in Fatal Police Shooting U.S., April 28

    A police officer shot and killed Andrea Thomas Churna, 39, in her apartment building in Redmond, Wash., after she called 911 for help in September 2020, her lawyer said.

  85. The April 28 Midterms Elections Primary live blog included one standalone post:
  86. Preparing for the N.F.L. Draft in Las Vegas Interactive, April 28

    The glitz of this year’s draft is a preview of the Super Bowl party that Las Vegas will throw in 2024.

  87. Dozens of Wild Horses Killed by Mystery Disease at Colorado Facility U.S., April 28

    The outbreak has killed at least 85 horses since Saturday, and laboratory tests are being completed to identify the fatal illness, the Bureau of Land Management said.

  88. What Happens in Vegas? The Draft and a Lot of Other N.F.L. Events. Sports, April 28

    After a long-held stiff arm to Las Vegas, the N.F.L. has in short order selected the city to host a Pro Bowl, a Super Bowl and a draft.

  89. What You Get for $2.9 Million Slideshow, April 27

    An 1846 country estate in Salisbury, Conn.; a 1992 house in Mountain Brook, Ala.; and a three-bedroom retreat with water views in Bellingham, Wash.

  90. Using Podcasts to Broaden the Reach of Smaller Museums Arts, April 27

    Often one-person operations, museum podcasts draw in listeners close to home and in faraway places.

  91. Welcome to Our City! Care to Visit the Museum? Arts, April 27

    In growing urban areas like Austin, Texas; Denver; and Raleigh, N.C., regional museums are rolling out the welcome mat.

  92. Can Art Help Save the Insect World? Arts, April 27

    A renowned photographer who hopes to persuade humans to love their insect brethren has teamed with scientists on a new exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History.

  93. Criminal Charges Still Possible in ‘Rust’ Shooting, Sheriff Says Arts, April 26

    Newly released evidence shows the leads investigators pursued as they try to learn how a live round got into Alec Baldwin’s gun, which fired, killing the film’s cinematographer.

  94. ‘Rust’ Investigators Release Crime Scene Photos, Await Key Evidence Arts, April 25

    The criminal investigation of Alec Baldwin’s fatal shooting of a cinematographer on a film set cannot be completed without key ballistics and other evidence, the Santa Fe County sheriff said.

  95. F.A.A. Investigating Crash After Midair Pilot-Swapping Stunt U.S., April 25

    Luke Aikins and Andy Farrington planned to send their Cessna 182 planes into tandem nosedives and then jump out midair to switch planes.

  96. Supreme Court Leans Toward Coach in Case on School Prayer U.S., April 25

    Members of the court’s conservative majority indicated that the coach, Joseph A. Kennedy, had a constitutional right to kneel and pray at the 50-yard line after games.

  97. Man Who Fled U.S. in 2005 Pleads Guilty to Environmental Arson Conspiracies U.S., April 25

    Joseph Mahmoud Dibee, now 53, was an active member of an environmental extremist group that ignited improvised bombs at animal processing facilities, federal prosecutors said.

  98. Get Ready For the New, Improved Second Science, April 25

    Scientists are preparing to redefine the fundamental unit of time. It won’t get any longer or shorter, but it will be more precise — and a whole lot more powerful.

  99. In a First for the Air Force, a General Is Convicted of Sex Abuse U.S., April 24

    After court-martial, Maj. Gen. William T. Cooley faces up to seven years in prison and dismissal from the Air Force.

  100. A Crusade to Challenge the 2020 Election, Blessed by Church Leaders U.S., April 24

    Some evangelical pastors are hosting events dedicated to Trump’s election falsehoods and promoting the cause to their congregations.

  101. Wildfires Burn More Than 150,000 Acres in Three States U.S., April 24

    Wildfires in Arizona, Nebraska and New Mexico have left at least one person dead and destroyed hundreds of structures.

  102. Orrin Hatch, Seven-Term Senator and a Republican Force, Dies at 88 U.S., April 23

    Overcoming poverty and representing Utah, he became a powerful figure in Washington, helping to build a conservative majority on the Supreme Court.

  103. Coach’s Prayers Prompt Supreme Court Test of Religious Freedom U.S., April 23

    Joseph Kennedy, a football coach at a public high school in Washington State, lost his job after praying on the 50-yard line after games.

  104. Biden Tries to Sell an Embattled Domestic Agenda During His West Coast Trip U.S., April 22

    President Biden acknowledged that the immediate demands of the presidency, including the pandemic and war in Ukraine, have taken him away from his domestic agenda.

  105. Can Portland Be a Climate Leader Without Reducing Driving? Interactive, April 21

    The city famous for its bike lanes is struggling to cut car pollution. Now Portland faces a major battle over whether to keep expanding highways.

  106. A Week of Extreme Weather Interactive, April 14

    Wildfires, tornadoes and a rare spring blizzard brought destruction across the U.S.

  107. Don Young Remembered at the Capitol Interactive, March 29

    Representative Don Young, Republican of Alaska and the dean of the House, lay in state in National Statuary Hall.

  108. Beyond the Statistics in Pedestrian Fatalities Interactive, February 16

    Across the U.S. pedestrian deaths have surged during the pandemic. I wanted to understand why.

  109. Covid Cases Plunge in the U.S. Interactive, January 28

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

  110. Architecture, in Abstract: Quiz No. 2 Interactive, January 26

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

  111. On the Scene: Trump's Latest Rally Interactive, January 17

    At the first Trump rally since President Biden accused his predecessor of holding “a dagger at the throat of America,” the conservative outrage at the current president was palpable.

  112. 52 Places for a Changed World Interactive, January 9

    The 2022 list highlights places around the globe where travelers can be part of the solution.

  113. What’s in Our Queue? ‘Blowing the Fuse’ and More Interactive, January 5

    I’m a senior staff editor on The Times’s Features Print Hub. Here are five things I've been watching, reading and listening to.

  114. U.S. Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise Interactive, December 9

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

  115. A Vaccine Veteran Hits the Road Again Interactive, November 24

    When coronavirus vaccines first became available, Uri Bassan, a pharmacist, traveled 19,000 miles bringing shots to people all over New Mexico. Now with booster shots and vaccines for children, he and his team are setting out again.

  116. Lo que surge con el deshielo Interactive, November 2

    Al aumentar las temperaturas globales, los glaciares y el permafrost se derriten y erosionan rápidamente, liberando antiguos restos animales y artefactos humanos.

  117. The Seattle Kraken Make Their Home Debut Interactive, October 25

    Fans celebrated the arrival of pro hockey in Seattle, though the Kraken lost to their new regional rival, the Vancouver Canucks.

  118. Despite Hotspots, an Overall Decline in Cases Interactive, October 8

    The latest news and data from the team tracking the coronavirus

  119. A Rock Star’s Next Act: Making Montana a Skateboarding Oasis Interactive, September 30

    Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam is bringing high-end skate parks to every city and town in Montana that will have one. “It’s much bigger than skateboarding,” he said.

  120. Fat Bear Week Is Back Interactive, September 29

    The popular celebration of the heftiest bears in Alaska returns Sept. 29 to Oct. 5.

  121. Declining Cases, New Hotspots and High Death Tolls Interactive, September 24

    The latest news and data from the team tracking the coronavirus

  122. Joy in the Outdoors: Black History Continued Interactive, September 17

    Here are moments when readers found bliss outdoors, edited for length, and one memory from me.

  123. Wildfire Took These Families’ Homes. Here’s Why They Stay. Interactive, September 7

    Thousands of homes were destroyed last year in the Almeda Fire — Oregon’s most destructive in years. Many residents are still displaced. What keeps them from leaving? Unbreakable bonds.

  124. Caldor Fire’s March to the Edge of South Lake Tahoe Interactive, September 5

    The Caldor fire is now the second-largest fire actively burning in California, a state that sets new records for wildfires each year.

  125. How to Stay Flexible While Traveling Interactive, August 25

    While vacationing in Oregon, I experienced firsthand how adaptable we need to be while traveling this summer.

  126. Hidden Toll of the Northwest Heat Wave: Hundreds of Extra Deaths Interactive, August 11

    As another heat wave builds in the U.S. Northwest, a New York Times analysis has found that recent scorching temperatures in the area may have been more lethal than officially reported.

  127. 5 National Parks Where You Can Avoid Crowds Interactive, August 9

    If you want to bypass the crowds at some of the big names, consider these lesser-known national parks.

  128. The Delta Variant Surges in the U.S. Interactive, August 6

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

  129. How Big Is the Bootleg Fire? Interactive, July 22

    The 400,000-acre fire is still growing. And it is only 38 percent contained.

  130. Track Wildfires in the West Interactive, July 13

    See the latest on the Beckwourth Complex, Bootleg Fire and other wildfires burning in California, Oregon and elsewhere.

  131. How Weird Is the Heat in Portland, Seattle and Vancouver? Off the Charts. Interactive, June 29

    The heat smothering the Pacific Northwest has little precedent in four decades of record-keeping.

  132. New Mexico Special Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, June 1

    See full results and maps from the New Mexico special election.

  133. Positive Trends in U.S. Virus Case Counts Interactive, May 21

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

  134. 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.

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

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

  136. 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.

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

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

  138. 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.

  139. 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.

  140. 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.

  141. 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.

  142. 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.

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

    The state of the virus this week

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

    How different groups voted

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

    See full results and maps from the Utah election.

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

    See full results and maps from the Utah election.

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

    How different groups voted