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  1. $1.5 Million Homes in Washington State, Kentucky and Georgia Real Estate, Yesterday

    A Craftsman-style house in Seattle; a country estate in Prospect, Ky.; and a cedar-shingled home in an Atlanta suburb.

  2. What You Get for $1.5 Million Slideshow, Yesterday

    A Craftsman-style house in Seattle; a country estate in Prospect, Ky.; and a cedar-shingled home in an Atlanta suburb.

  3. ‘I’m an American, First and Foremost’ Opinion, Yesterday

    Many Latino Americans have faced harassment since the election, even if they were born in the United States.

  4. What Rob Corddry Can’t Travel Without Travel, Yesterday

    The former “Daily Show” correspondent who now stars in HBO’s “Ballers” has to have tubes of Aquaphor, comic books and his guitar.

  5. Getting the Most Out of a Spa Visit Travel, Yesterday

    Choose the right treatment, communicate with your massage therapist and consider going on a weekday before 5 p.m.

  6. With Raiders’ Move, N.F.L. Owners Go Where the Money Is Sports, March 28

    The Raiders’ move from Oakland to Las Vegas, which has no real football tradition, feels like the money grab it is.

  7. The N.F.L. and the Business of Ripping Out the Heart of Oakland Sports, March 27

    Las Vegas was willing to offer a $750 million public subsidy to gain the Raiders, even as school class sizes had to be increased for lack of funds.

  8. How a Team in Seattle, of All Places, Changed Hockey Forever Sports, March 27

    In 1917, the Seattle Metropolitans became the first United States team to win the Stanley Cup. But now, without an arena, or a team, few know of its past.

  9. Raiders Leaving Oakland Again, This Time for Las Vegas Sports, March 27

    The team is the third franchise to gain approval to change cities since 2015. But Raider Nation will probably not truly annex Sin City for a couple of years.

  10. Wonders of a Marine National Monument Science, March 27

    A research cruise in the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument produced video of alien-looking deep sea life.

  11. Why the Raiders May Be Sin City-Bound — or Bound to Oakland Instead Sports, March 26

    Three-quarters of N.F.L. owners must approve the team’s request to exit Oakland (again) for Las Vegas. Here’s why it might happen, and why it might not.

  12. Uber Suspends Tests of Self-Driving Vehicles After Arizona Crash Business Day, March 25

    The Uber vehicle was not at fault, the police said. But the accident comes at a difficult time for the company.

  13. Pumping Life Into the Equal Rights Amendment Opinion, March 25

    Nevada’s endorsement of the E.R.A. gives supporters of the long-fought-over amendment an encouraging sign.

  14. Amazon’s Ambitions Unboxed: Stores for Furniture, Appliances and More Technology, March 25

    The online retailing giant is trying to bring its own formula to traditional retailing. If it is successful, it could change how all stores operate.

  15. Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson Cruise at Match Play Sports, March 25

    Johnson had led all 46 holes he has played at the Dell Technologies Match Play in Austin, Tex. Mickelson has done the same on 41 of 42. Next up is single elimination.

  16. At a Therapeutic Ranch, No Payday Until Later Job Market, March 24

    As a troubled teenager, he wondered: Why are my parents paying a big bill for me to perform hard labor?

  17. Parents Charged in Death of Son; Brother, 2, Had Been Blamed U.S., March 22

    Questions abound in a fatal shooting in Arizona that a mother said occurred when her 2-year-old accidentally shot her 9-year-old.

  18. The Hawaii Cure Magazine, March 21

    A first trip to the island, in a desperate bid to escape the news.

  19. Six Highlights From the Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing U.S., March 20

    At the hearing for Mr. Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Senator Richard J. Durbin addressed “a courtesy which Senate Republicans denied” to Judge Merrick B. Garland.

  20. Oregon Shakespeare Festival Season Includes a Same-Sex ‘Oklahoma!’ Theater, March 19

    Among the festival’s 2018 offerings are a record five plays by women and a version of ‘Oklahoma!’ with same-sex couples in leading roles.

  21. Basing Life on What You Can Afford Your Money, March 19

    We all face financial trade-offs. Needs over wants. Faith over financial facts. A dozen people from around the country share their stories.

  22. Ahead of Schedule? Not Mikaela Shiffrin, a Dominant Skier at 22 Sports, March 17

    Shiffrin will be the prohibitive favorite to defend her slalom title at the 2018 Winter Olympics, and she will be a prime gold medal contender in two other events.

  23. Friday Mailbag: Where Are the Women? Public Editor, March 17

    Also: Were Judge Gorsuch’s ties to a billionaire truly a “web”? And was that billionaire actually “secretive”?

  24. From a Placid Judge, a Cutting Rejection of Trump’s Travel Ban U.S., March 16

    Aspects of Judge Derrick K. Watson’s career seemed to put him, and his native Hawaii, on a legal and political collision course with the president.

  25. Trump Is Not Above the Courts Opinion, March 16

    The administration’s recent assertion that it is immune from judicial review of its travel bans undermines the Constitution.

  26. Highlights From Court Ruling Halting Trump’s Revised Travel Ban U.S., March 15

    “Not true.” “Palpable” illogic. “Religious animus.” “Remarkable facts.” A federal judge delivered a sharp rebuke to the White House.

  27. The Modern Love Podcast: Malin Akerman Reads ‘Elvis and My Husband Have Left the Building’ Style, March 15

    On this week’s podcast, the “Billions” actress reads Liza Monroy’s essay about marrying her gay best friend in Las Vegas.

  28. $2,700,000 Homes in Arizona, South Carolina and Texas Real Estate, March 15

    A modernist house in Scottsdale, Ariz.; a creekside home on a South Carolina island; and a 19th-century house in San Antonio.

  29. A Colorful Recipe Palette From Georgia O’Keeffe Food, March 13

    The new cookbook “Dinner With Georgia O’Keeffe” details the painter’s love affair with the kitchen.

  30. ‘Spiral Jetty’ Is Named an Official State Work of Art by Utah Arts, March 13

    Robert Smithson’s land-art classic joins other symbols of the state including the beehive, the Dutch oven and the M1911 pistol.

  31. A Broadway Set Designer’s Home in the Desert Interactive, March 13

    Scott Pask’s retreat in Tucson pays homage to his Arizona upbringing — and defies Southwestern clichés.

  32. In Los Angeles, a Festival of Love and Hapa-ness Opinion, March 11

    Among people with mixed-race roots, an exploration of identity.

  33. No Health Insurance Is Hard. No Phone? Unthinkable. U.S., March 11

    Representative Jason Chaffetz of Utah suggested that Americans should invest in health care rather than “getting that new iPhone.” His constituents had something to say about that.

  34. Guilty Verdicts for 4 Men in Takeover of Oregon Wildlife Refuge U.S., March 10

    In a measure of redemption for prosecutors who lost a related case in October, four men were convicted Friday in the 2016 occupation of a federal bird sanctuary.

  35. Highest and Lowest Property Tax Rates in the U.S. Real Estate, March 10

    The top five highest and lowest median property tax rates among the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

  36. How to Plan a Family Reunion Travel, March 9

    To get the most out of a gathering of loved ones, set a date far in advance and plan a themed event for the group.

  37. A School Where Raising the Bar Lifts Hope Opinion, March 9

    Inviting low-income high-schoolers into advanced-level courses can get them past fears that they’re not college material.

  38. Uber Seeks to Prevent Use of Greyball to Thwart Regulators Business Day, March 8

    In the wake of a New York Times article about the tool, which appeared to allow drivers to avoid officers in Oregon, the company said it was conducting a review of how it is used.

  39. Hawaii Sues to Block Trump Travel Ban; First Challenge to Order U.S., March 8

    The court filing, and another by the city of San Francisco, may signal a new wave of legal assaults on Mr. Trump’s immigration policies.

  40. What You Get for $1,200,000 Slideshow, March 8

    A Federal-style house in Bennington, Vt.; a Tudor-revival home in Tucson; and a modern house on Camano Island in Washington State.

  41. Let’s All Get Small: Tiny Houses for Short Stays Travel, March 8

    From TV screens to vacation scenes, these properties are drawing a crowd.

  42. What Carrie Brownstein of ‘Portlandia’ Won’t Travel Without Travel, March 7

    Notebooks, a Trail Blazers cap, crossword puzzles and closed-toe shoes.

  43. Late-Season Ski Discounts Travel, March 7

    Resorts in the United States and Canada are offering lower prices for spring trips.

  44. Katie Lou Samuelson Leads UConn Women to Conference Title Sports, March 7

    Samuelson scored 40 points as UConn won the American Athletic Conference tournament title in a 100-44 rout of South Florida.

  45. Jury Secrecy Doesn’t Apply if Bias Taints Deliberations, Justices Rule U.S., March 6

    Jury discussions should not remain private if evidence emerges that they were affected by racial or ethnic bias, the Supreme Court ruled.

  46. When Statehouse Politics Embarrass the Nation Opinion, March 4

    Some Republican ideas: make jail more likely for protesters and parole harder to attain.

  47. Migrants Confront Judgment Day Over Old Deportation Orders U.S., March 4

    Unauthorized immigrants who have stayed in the United States after being ordered deported have emerged as an easy target of the Trump administration’s aims.

  48. How Gorsuch the Clerk Met Kennedy the Justice: A Tale of Luck U.S., March 3

    Neil M. Gorsuch worked as a law clerk for two justices, including Anthony M. Kennedy, in the early 1990s, giving him a privileged look at the court’s workings.

  49. In Red-State Utah, a Surge Toward Obamacare Health, March 3

    Despite uncertainty about the Affordable Care Act’s future, Utah had one of the biggest increases of any state in residents who signed up for its coverage this year.

  50. In Portland, Middle Eastern Flavors Meet a California Vibe Travel, March 3

    Tusk is a showcase for local Oregon ingredients viewed through a Middle Eastern lens.

  51. DeVos and Tax Credit Vouchers: Arizona Shows What Can Go Wrong The Upshot, March 2

    A politician who has championed such a program for the state’s schools has also profited handsomely from it.

  52. A Ballerina’s Gift to Her Hometown: A Summer Ballet Festival Arts, March 2

    Isabella Boylston, an American Ballet Theater principal, is bringing three days of dance to her hometown, Sun Valley, Idaho.