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  1. Trump Administration to Announce Plan to Open Tongass Forest to Logging Climate, Today

    The effort to open the Alaskan wilderness area, the nation’s largest national forest, has been in the works for about two years.

  2. Breonna Taylor Live Updates: Suspect Charged in Shooting of 2 Officers at Louisville Protests National, Today

    Angry protesters took to the streets across the country after a Kentucky grand jury did not charge any officers with killing Ms. Taylor in her apartment.

  3. Breonna Taylor Live Updates: Protests Appear Calm in Louisville National, Today

    Demonstrators marched downtown for about an hour without any police intervention a day after a grand jury decided not to charge the two officers who fatally shot Ms. Taylor.

  4. ‘Public Trust’ Review: Saving National Lands Weekend, Today

    This documentary follows individuals pushing back against political forces that want to privatize federal lands.

  5. Record Wildfires on the West Coast Are Capping a Disastrous Decade Interactive, Today

    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.

  6. Chief Executive of Embattled Alaskan Mine Project Resigns Climate, Yesterday

    The executive made “offensive” remarks about the state’s political leaders, the company said, in meetings recorded by an environmental group.

  7. 12,000 Feet Up, With a Storm Coming In Interactive, Yesterday

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

  8. A Kids’ Vaccine Isn’t Coming Anytime Soon National, Yesterday

    There are currently no trials underway, making a vaccine unlikely before fall of 2021. And students are missing online school at alarming rates.

  9. We’ll Have to Learn to Live With Smoke. Here’s Why. Climate, Yesterday

    There’s a huge fire debt in the West that must be paid off, experts say, either through controlled burns or out-of-control blazes. Either way, that means smoke.

  10. After Years of Political Gridlock, Oregon’s Fire Disaster Brings ‘New Reality’ National, Yesterday

    Early this year, lawmakers considered legislation to thin forests, hire firefighters and increase building standards to prepare for wildfires. But a dispute over how to address climate change doomed the proposals.

  11. No Criminal Charges for Tucson Officers Over Man’s Death in Their Custody Express, September 21

    “There is insufficient evidence to prove a crime of negligent or reckless homicide” was committed, the Pima County Attorney’s Office said in a report released Monday.

  12. Justice Dept. Threatens to Withhold Federal Funds From N.Y., Seattle and Portland Washington, September 21

    Attorney General William P. Barr criticized the cities for their responses to protests against police brutality. Democrats called it an effort to help President Trump’s re-election campaign.

  13. Some Protests Against Police Brutality Take a More Confrontational Approach National, September 21

    The protests are moving into white residential neighborhoods, where activists demand that people choose a side.

  14. Beard Foundation Will Announce a Few More Awards, Despite a Vow Not To Dining, September 21

    After declaring that giving awards was not ‘the right thing to do’ this year, the group will name three design honorees, adding new confusion to the process.

  15. How One District Reopened Its Classrooms National, September 21

    Most lower-income students are learning online. But in Cajon Valley, Calif., they’re back in school. Here’s how they did it.

  16. The N.F.L., After Shunning Las Vegas, Doubles Down With Raiders Sports, September 21

    Monday night, the Las Vegas Raiders play their first game in a new $2 billion stadium, the physical manifestation of a long, slow embrace between the N.F.L. and legal sports wagering.

  17. In Montana, the Art of Crafting Fly-Fishing Rods Travel, September 21

    “One thing about Montana,” says Matt Barber, an owner of Tom Morgan Rodsmiths, a custom fly rod shop in Bozeman, “is if there’s a moving body of water, there is probably a trout in it.”

  18. Vigils for Justice Ginsburg Held Across the Country Video, September 20

    Mourners gathered around courthouses across the nation on Saturday to remember the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

  19. Our Poll* Shows Close Race for Senate in Montana Upshot, September 20

    *The survey erred in listing the Green Party, but it’s still clear that Daines and Bullock are in a tight contest.

  20. How an Oregon Wildfire Became One of the Most Destructive Video, September 20

    The Almeda fire left a path of destruction as it tore through the Rogue Valley in southern Oregon. About 24 hours after it started, an estimated 2,350 homes had been left in ashes. We used satellite images, videos and social media posts to track w...

  21. Democrats See a Glimmer of Hope Over Supreme Court Fight in Arizona’s Senate Race Politics, September 19

    If Mark Kelly wins a special election, he could end up casting a crucial vote on President Trump’s nominee.

  22. Antifa Conspiracy Theories and America’s Unraveling Op Ed, September 19

    Baseless rumors about wildfires in the West are a sign of danger ahead.

  23. Arizona: Democrats wait for a Biden visit as Trump and Pence try to make up ground. U.S., September 19

  24. Fires Scorch a Way of Life That Still Grows From the Trees National, September 19

    Oregon’s fate has always been intertwined with the forests that blanket the state. Now millions of trees are charred, and those who live from them face a future full of uncertainty.

  25. Early Voting Begins in Four States, With Long Lines but Few Disruptions Politics, September 18

    Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden traveled to Minnesota, a battleground state, as its residents began to head to the polls.

  26. Streaming Kindergarten on TikTok National, September 18

    Teachers are posting videos of the extraordinary energy required keep young learners engaged and amused.

  27. Oregon Rain Brings New Threat After the Fires: Landslides Climate, September 18

    Heavy downpours can bring destructive mudslides now, or in years to come.

  28. Wildfires Grow in Southern California and Oregon Video, September 18

    Videos show the continued spread of fires near Los Angeles and in parts of Oregon.

  29. Facing Impossible Obstacles Together Styles, September 18

    Two years ago, an oil field accident left Dillon Dreher with burns over 65 percent of his body, but with the support of Derae Caro, he is slowly recovering.

  30. Disasters on Two Coasts: How to Help Express, September 17

    With fires on the West Coast and floods on the Gulf Coast, relief organizations are providing meals and shelter to devastated communities. If you want to give aid, here are some research pointers.

  31. Wildfires Are Among 4 Recent Disasters Costing at Least $1 Billion National, September 17

    Firefighters were making progress against several significant wildfires in California and Oregon, hopeful that changing weather conditions would help rather than hinder efforts.

  32. A Desperate Bid for Survival as Fire Closed In on an Oregon Mountain Town National, September 17

    After wildfires left them trapped on the shores of a reservoir near Detroit, Ore., dozens of people and nine firefighters mounted a last stand, hoping for a miracle.

  33. Officer Who Ordered Police Dog to Bite a Black Man Is Charged With Assault Express, September 16

    Officer Nickolas J. Pearce of the Salt Lake City Police Department ordered the dog to bite Jeffrey Ryans, even though Mr. Ryans was doing nothing to resist, prosecutors said.

  34. Barr Told Prosecutors to Consider Sedition Charges for Protest Violence Washington, September 16

    Attorney General William P. Barr was also said to have asked prosecutors to explore whether to bring charges against the mayor of Seattle for allowing a police-free protest zone.

  35. Firefighters in California and Oregon Struggle to Contain Wildfires Video, September 16

    Wildfires continue to devastate California and Oregon with vast amounts of thick smoke polluting the air.

  36. Blazes on West Coast Scorch Habitats for Endangered Species National, September 16

    The fast-moving fires have wiped out critical populations of endangered species and incinerated native habitats that may take years to recover.

  37. New Mexico Mystery: Why Are So Many Birds Dropping Dead? National, September 15

    Scientists say that the wildfires in the West combined with drought and record heat waves could be triggering one of the Southwest’s largest migratory bird die-offs in recent decades.

  38. Some of the Planet’s Most Polluted Skies Are Now Over the West Coast National, September 15

    Smoke from the wildfires in the West was also spotted high in the skies over Washington, D.C. Firefighters continued to battle blazes that were still spreading.

  39. A Pastor, a School Bus and a Trip Through a Scorched Oregon Town National, September 15

    A fire destroyed much of Phoenix, Ore., leaving people to wonder whether the town can rise from the ashes. “There’s nothing to sift through,” one resident said.

  40. Inside a Nursing Home Devoted to Treating Those With Covid-19 National, September 15

    In a New Mexico long-term care facility, residents rely on care providers for medical care and moments of connection.

  41. A Deadly Tinderbox Podcasts, September 15

    As wildfires continue to rip through parts of the West, Oregon is experiencing catastrophic destruction.

  42. Nevada Built a Powerful Democratic Machine. Will It Work in a Pandemic? Politics, September 15

    One example of how things have changed: A Latino outreach group estimated in January that it would register 21,000 new voters in the state by Labor Day. It’s at around 6,000 now.

  43. Trump’s Perverse Campaign Strategy Op Ed, September 15

    If the president’s allies are talking about the moment “shooting will begin” and “martial law,” it’s not by accident.

  44. As Trump Again Rejects Science, Biden Calls Him a ‘Climate Arsonist’ Washington, September 14

    The president visited California after weeks of silence on its wildfires and blamed the crisis only on poor forest management, not climate change. “I don’t think science knows” what is happening, he said.

  45. Trump’s Shredding of Civil Liberties Won’t Stop With Antifa Op Ed, September 14

    An American was killed by federal agents and the president called it “retribution.” We are so far gone.

  46. Trump Defends Indoor Rally, but Aides Express Concern Washington, September 14

    “I’m on a stage, and it’s very far away,” Mr. Trump said of the gathering on Sunday. His own campaign aides privately called the move a game of political Russian roulette.

  47. How China Brought Almost 200 Million Students Back N Y T Now, September 14

    We’re also rounding up thought-provoking ideas about Covid-era education, and bringing you the latest local updates for K-12 and college.

  48. How China Got Almost 200 Million Students Back to School U.S., September 14

    A forceful, command-and-control approach that brooks no dissent

  49. School Closures Cut a Critical Line to Dental Care for Poor Students Express, September 14

    Programs that allowed hygienists to visit schools to look for cavities and tooth decay have been suspended because of the pandemic. Students from low-income families may be hit the hardest.

  50. ‘It’s the Worst Thing I’ve Ever Seen,’ Oregon Resident Says Video, September 14

    Wildfires continued to burn over the weekend, leaving dire conditions for California and Oregon.

  51. Wildfires Are Reaching Once Tranquil Places on the West Coast National, September 14

    Lake Madrone in California and Scio, Ore., are among some of the communities forced to deal with wildfires after long avoiding them. Unpredictable wind gusts may spread the flames.

  52. This Is Why We Couldn’t Control the Pandemic Interactive, September 14

    Some countries slammed their doors. It worked — until they let outsiders back in.

  53. Trump Defies Nevada Directive as Thousands Gather for Indoor Rally Washington, September 14

    The president unloaded his regular, inaccurate onslaught against Joseph R. Biden Jr., and there were no signs of any attempts at social distancing at the event.

  54. As Wildfires Burn Out of Control, the West Coast Faces the Unimaginable National, September 13

    Firefighters across California and Oregon are bracing for stronger winds that could partly clear the air — but also fan the flames of uncontrolled blazes.

  55. In Visiting a Charred California, Trump Confronts a Scientific Reality He Denies Washington, September 13

    A president who has mocked climate change and pushed policies that accelerate it is set to be briefed on the scorched earth and ash-filled skies that experts say are the predictable result.

  56. West Coast Wildfires Burn More Than 4 Million Acres Video, September 13

    More than 20 people have died in massive fires spreading through parts of California, Oregon and Washington.

  57. ‘It Is Apocalyptic’: Fear and Destruction Grip the West Coast National, September 13

    President Trump will fly to California on Monday to assess the wildfires that have killed at least 24 people. In hard-hit Oregon, officials have warned that the death toll could climb.

  58. As the West Coast Burns, Communities Unravel With Each Death National, September 12

    The fires have killed at least 20 people, leaving families and communities devastated up and down the West Coast.

  59. Colorado Official Sues Postal Service Over Election Mailer She Says Misleads Voters Washington, September 12

    The suit comes as the Postal Service has drawn scrutiny for a mail delivery slowdown that Democrats have charged are part of an effort by President Trump to hobble mail-in voting to bolster his re-election.

  60. Smoke Cloaks Oregon as Wildfires Continue to Spread Video, September 12

    More than a million acres have burned in the state, destroying entire towns and filling the air with dangerous smoke.

  61. Trump Onslaught Against Biden Falls Short of a Breakthrough Politics, September 12

    President Trump has leveled scathing law-and-order attacks on Joseph Biden for weeks. But a new poll shows Mr. Biden ahead in three states Mr. Trump hopes to pick up, and maintaining a lead in Wisconsin.

  62. Targeting Conservative Terrain, Democrats Look to Independent Challengers in Alaska Washington, September 12

    The bids of two congressional candidates are shaping up as crucial tests of whether a centrist label can overcome resistance to Democrats in a conservative-leaning state.

  63. Targeting Conservative Terrain, Democrats Look to Independent Challengers in Alaska Washington, September 12

    The bids of two congressional candidates are shaping up as crucial tests of whether a centrist label can overcome resistance to Democrats in a conservative-leaning state.

  64. Dozens Missing Amid Wildfires as States Look to Weather for Relief National, September 12

    President Trump will visit California on Monday to be briefed about blazes that have burned more than three million acres. Tens of thousands of people have evacuated in Oregon.

  65. In Oregon, a New Climate Menace: Fires Raging Where They Don’t Usually Burn Climate, September 12

    The northwest part of the state, usually much wetter, has dried out this year, enabling flames driven by powerful winds to “just explode down these canyons.”

  66. In This Woodpecker Kingdom, War Is a Spectator Sport Science, September 12

    When prime habitat is up for grabs, acorn woodpeckers travel from all around to see who will win.

  67. A Line of Fire South of Portland and a Yearslong Recovery Ahead National, September 11

    Firefighters continued to battle blazes along the West Coast that have now charred nearly five million acres. At least 17 people are dead, with dozens still missing.

  68. Santa Fe Board Crushes George R.R. Martin’s Plan for ‘Medieval Castle’ Express, September 11

    An architect proposed a seven-sided tower called the “Water Garden Keep.” Neighbors feared it would attract Mr. Martin’s fans, and a review board said it did not fit Santa Fe’s Southwestern style.

  69. In Oregon, a Year of Political Tumult Extends to Devastating Wildfires National, September 11

    A tumultuous summer of protests has become a complication in the wildfires raging around Portland.

  70. Felicia Campbell, Professor Who Studied Gambling and Pop Culture, Dies at 89 Obits, September 11

    Ms. Campbell was the longest-serving professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She died of complications of the novel coronavirus.

  71. Devastation From Historic Wildfires Grows Out West Video, September 11

    The fires have burned millions of acres and destroyed towns in California, Oregon and Washington State.

  72. Suspect Is Charged With Arson in Oregon Wildfire National, September 11

    Oregon’s governor said there were concerns for dozens of people reported missing in a state where more than a million acres have burned. California and Washington State are also battling fires.

  73. False Rumors That Activists Set Wildfires Exasperate Officials National, September 10

    Law enforcement agencies said claims on social media that antifascist activists had set fires on the West Coast were unfounded.

  74. False Rumors That Activists Set Wildfires Exasperate Officials National, September 10

    Law enforcement agencies said claims on social media that antifascist activists had set fires on the West Coast were unfounded.

  75. States Are in Desperate Search for Help Battling Record Wildfires National, September 10

    With millions of acres ablaze across the West Coast, states are having a tough time finding available fire crews. California resorted to calling in a team of firefighters from Israel.

  76. States Are in Desperate Search for Help Battling Record Wildfires National, September 10

    With millions of acres ablaze across the West Coast, states are having a tough time finding available fire crews. California resorted to calling in a team of firefighters from Israel.

  77. In Photos: Historic Wildfires Rage in California, Oregon and Washington National, September 10

    With at least 15 dead, hundreds of thousands were under evacuation orders as fires ravaged the West Coast.

  78. In Photos: Wildfires Ravage California, Oregon and Washington National, September 10

    Fires continued to blaze up and down the West Coast, destroying neighborhoods and forcing mass evacuations as firefighters struggled to contain them.

  79. Cómo empezaron los incendios en Estados Unidos y más respuestas a tus dudas en Español, September 10

    Los incendios forestales se extienden por California, Washington y Oregón a un ritmo asombroso. Esto es lo que tienes que saber sobre cómo comenzaron y lo que puedes hacer para protegerte.

  80. Fires Ravage Western States Video, September 10

    Wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington State have killed at least seven people, and there are growing fears more have died in towns that have been destroyed.

  81. Record Wildfires Ravage Three States Video, September 10

    Wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington State have killed at least seven people, and there are growing fears more have died in towns that have been destroyed.

  82. Wildfires Live Updates: Destructive Oregon Fire Investigated as Arson National, September 10

    As wildfires raged up and down the West Coast, officials said one of the most damaging fires may have been deliberately set.

  83. 10 Dead in California as Wildfires Spread on West Coast National, September 10

    More than three million acres have burned in California, and officials said one of the most damaging fires in Oregon may have been deliberately set.

  84. These Changes Are Needed Amid Worsening Wildfires, Experts Say Climate, September 10

    The blazes scorching the West highlight the urgency of rethinking fire management policies, as climate change threatens to make things worse.

  85. Montana’s Greatest Cultural Export: Inane Campaign Ads Magazine, September 10

    The state perfected intensely folksy political advertising, a signifiers-over-substance approach that has pervaded the nation.

  86. Wildfires Bring New Devastation Across the West National, September 9

    A record 2.5 million acres have burned in California, while entire communities in Oregon and Washington were largely wiped out.

  87. Forrest Fenn, Who Enticed Thousands With Treasure Hunt, Dies at 90 Express, September 9

    An art dealer, he announced in a 2010 book that he had hidden a chest of gold nuggets and jewels somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. People headed for them.

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

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

  89. Trump Resumes the Rallies He Cherishes, but Virus Vexes His Plans Politics, September 9

    With hyperbole and falsehoods, the president has increased stops at airports that resemble campaign rallies, his favorite type of politicking. But Nevada said the events violated health restrictions and canceled two rallies there.

  90. D.H.S. Downplayed Threats From Russia and White Supremacists, Whistle-Blower Says Washington, September 9

    Brian Murphy, the former head of the Department of Homeland Security’s intelligence division, accused senior leaders of warping the agency around President Trump’s political interests.

  91. How the Wildfires Started, and Other Answers You Need National, September 9

    Wildfires are spreading across California, Washington and Oregon at an astonishing rate. Here is what you need to know about how they started and what you can do to protect yourself from the smoke.

  92. Live Updates: California Wildfire Explodes in Size; Hundreds of Homes Lost in Oregon National, September 9

    Strong winds were likely to continue to propel the extraordinary number of fires burning in California, Oregon and Washington State.

  93. 7 People Die in West Coast Wildfires National, September 9

    Strong winds were likely to continue to propel the extraordinary number of fires burning in California, Oregon and Washington.

  94. $1.85 Million Homes in Massachusetts, Hawaii and Georgia Real Estate, September 9

    An 1880 house in Provincetown, an off-the-grid home on the Big Island and a five-bedroom estate with two guesthouses in Rabun Gap.

  95. $1.85 Million Homes in Massachusetts, Hawaii and Georgia Real Estate, September 9

    An 1880 house in Provincetown, an off-the-grid home on the Big Island and a five-bedroom estate with two guesthouses in Rabun Gap.

  96. What You Get for $1.85 Million Slideshow, September 9

    An 1880 house in Provincetown, Mass.; an off-the-grid home on the Big Island of Hawaii; and a five-bedroom estate in Rabun Gap, Ga.

  97. A Police Officer Shot a 13-Year-Old With Autism in Salt Lake City Express, September 8

    The authorities said the officer shot the boy while responding to a call about a “violent psych issue.” The teenager, Linden Cameron, was fleeing and did not have a weapon, his mother said.

  98. Overnight, Colorado Went From Sweltering to Snowy Video, September 8

    After a record-setting string of 90-degree days in Colorado, temperatures plunged on Tuesday, bringing more than 12 inches of snow in the foothills and mountains and three to six inches around Denver.

  99. Crazy Weather in Colorado: Roasting Yesterday, Snowing Today National, September 8

    Temperatures plunged more than 50 degrees overnight as an Arctic air mass drove into the Denver area, bringing a very early winter storm on Tuesday.

  100. Una fiesta para dar conocer el sexo de un bebé termina en incendio. Ya había pasado antes en Español, September 8

    El incendio en El Dorado, California, comenzó cuando una familia usaba un “dispositivo pirotécnico” para anunciar el sexo de un bebé, dijeron las autoridades.

  101. ‘Everything Gone’: Fires Tear Through the West Video, September 8

    Wildfires wreaked havoc in states including California, Washington, Colorado and Oregon over the weekend.

  102. What Month Is It? Pandemic Scrambles the Travel Calendar Travel, September 8

    With more families working and studying remotely, resorts are dangling attractive rates, enhanced Wi-Fi and the charms of autumn as reasons to forget summer is ending.

  103. A Gender-Reveal Celebration Is Blamed for a Wildfire. It Isn’t the First Time. Express, September 7

    The El Dorado fire in California ignited as a family was using a “pyrotechnic device” to announce the gender of a new baby, the authorities said.

  104. A Nostalgic (if Isolating) Road Trip Along Route 66 Travel, September 7

    Driven by an early fascination with the American West, a photographer set off to travel part of America’s most celebrated highway.

  105. 100 Days of Protest: A Chasm Grows Between Portland and the Rest of Oregon National, September 5

    The proximity of the left and the right in Oregon has created a dynamic of fear, mistrust and anger.

  106. In His Last Hours, Portland Murder Suspect Said He Feared Arrest National, September 4

    Law enforcement agents killed Michael Forest Reinoehl while trying to arrest him for the shooting death of a supporter of a far-right group.

  107. Coronavirus Briefing: A Summer of Lost Opportunity N Y T Now, September 4

    The U.S. failed to stamp out the virus before the dangerous autumn and winter months.

  108. California Is Dangerously Hot This Weekend Express, September 4

    Temperature records were set in parts of the Western United States. They might be followed by wind that could worsen fires in California, or storms that could bring snow in Colorado.

  109. Coronavirus Schools Briefing: Lunch Along With Learning N Y T Now, September 4

    Providing free meals is a crucial function for schools.

  110. What We Know About the Death of the Suspect in the Portland Shooting National, September 4

    The suspect, Michael Forest Reinoehl, 48, was killed by law enforcement agents just five days after the deadly shooting of a right-wing protester.

  111. What We Know About the Death of the Suspect in the Portland Shooting Foreign, September 4

    The suspect, Michael Forest Reinoehl, 48, was killed by law enforcement agents just five days after the deadly shooting of a right-wing protester.

  112. Suspect in Fatal Portland Shooting Is Killed by Officers During Arrest National, September 3

    Law enforcement agents killed Michael Forest Reinoehl while trying to arrest him, four officials said. He was being investigated in the fatal shooting of a supporter of a far-right group.

  113. Lessons From a Virus Tracing Dud News Desk, September 3

    One state learned the hard way that technology won’t get us out of this pandemic. But it can help.

  114. Is Virtual Burning Man the Internet’s Ultimate Test? Op Ed, September 3

    The cyberdelic extravaganza is online for the first time because of the pandemic. But maybe that’s not as strange as it might seem.

  115. Is ‘American Carnage’ Campaign Gold? Op Ed, September 3

    What is the political fallout of urban violence? And is the media just buying into it?

  116. What a 16-Year-Old Learned in Three Months of Portland Protests National, September 3

    Last summer was all about dance team and teen parties. But after she watched George Floyd’s death in a video on her phone, Daria Allen’s world drastically changed.

  117. What a 16-Year-Old Learned in Three Months of Portland Protests National, September 3

    Last summer was all about dance team and teen parties. But after she watched George Floyd’s death in a video on her phone, Daria Allen’s world drastically changed.

  118. Trump Moves to Cut Federal Funding From Democratic Cities Washington, September 2

    The president directed officials to identify “anarchist jurisdictions” and move to withhold funds as he tries to build his campaign around the unrest that has accompanied racial justice protests.

  119. America at Hunger’s Edge Interactive, September 2

    We spent months photographing dozens of families across the country to understand what food insecurity looks like today.

  120. Wyoming Primary Election Results: At-Large Congressional District Interactive, September 2

  121. Wyoming U.S. Senate Primary Election Results Interactive, September 2

  122. Live: Wyoming State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, September 2

  123. Hans A. Linde, Iconoclastic Legal Scholar, Dies at 96 Obits, September 2

    As a justice on the Oregon Supreme Court, he was a proponent of the new judicial federalism of the 1970s, which grounded civil rights protections in state constitutions.

  124. Protesta en Portland: así fue el tiroteo donde un hombre perdió la vida en Español, September 2

    Estos fueron los últimos momentos del hombre que recibió un disparo y murió en Portland, Oregón, al enfrentarse los seguidores del presidente Donald Trump con los manifestantes contra la violencia policial.

  125. $260,000 Homes in Ohio, Maine and Colorado Real Estate, September 2

    A circa-1900 cottage in Columbus, a Second Empire-style house in Calais and a two-bedroom condominium in Denver.

  126. What You Get for $260,000 Slideshow, September 2

    A circa-1900 cottage in Columbus, a Second Empire-style house in Calais and a two-bedroom condominium in Denver.

  127. ¿Qué pasó en Portland? Esto es lo que sabemos en Español, September 1

    Un hombre fue asesinado después de que partidarios del presidente de Estados Unidos se enfrentaran con manifestantes.

  128. Joe Biden’s Rebuttal Podcasts, September 1

    President Trump has been wielding law-and-order arguments against the former vice president. In a speech in Pittsburgh, Mr. Biden tried to turn the story around.

  129. ‘I Am Stuck Until That Border Opens’: Marooned in Paradise National, September 1

    This geographically isolated community in Washington State has avoided the coronavirus, but at a considerable cost.

  130. Trump Needs His Own Sister Souljah Moment Op Ed, September 1

    The president must condemn those responsible for violence and disavow those who act in his name. Easy, right?

  131. As Guns Get Drawn at Protest Sites, Demonstrators Fear a Volatile New Phase National, September 1

    As right-wing groups increasingly move to confront unrest in cities, clashes are breaking out between demonstrators with starkly different views on how to keep cities safe.

  132. How the Fatal Shooting at a Portland Protest Unfolded Video, August 31

    We followed the final moments of a man shot and killed in Portland, Ore., as supporters of President Trump clashed with those protesting police violence.

  133. One of the Candidates Cheers Violence. It’s Not Biden. Op Ed, August 31

    Trump has urged his fans to mayhem since his first presidential campaign.

  134. A Long History of Language That Incites and Demonizes Washington, August 31

    President Trump has employed provocative and sometimes incendiary words and images to focus attention on demonstrations and away from the human and economic costs of the pandemic.

  135. Trump Defends Kyle Rittenhouse Video, August 31

    President Trump said Mr. Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old who has been charged in the killings of two people in Wisconsin, was “violently attacked.”

  136. The Turmoil in Portland and Kenosha Letters, August 31

    Readers write that President Trump is stoking fear for his political advantage.

  137. Street Violence Hangs Over the Campaign Politics, August 31

    Killings in Oregon and Wisconsin reverberate in the 2020 race: This is your morning tip sheet.

  138. The Runway Lights Failed, So Villagers Used Their Headlights to Aid an Airlift Express, August 30

    A child was waiting to be flown to Anchorage, but the pilot of a LifeMed Alaska flight could not see the runway at the airport in Igiugig, Alaska, officials said.

  139. Portland Shooting Amplifies Tensions in Presidential Race National, August 30

    A fatal shooting after clashes in Portland came on the heels of the shooting deaths of two people during confrontations in Kenosha, Wis., earlier in the week.

  140. Trump Embraces Fringe Theories on Protests and the Coronavirus Washington, August 30

    In a Twitter barrage, the president advanced conspiracy theories claiming that protests are an organized coup and that the virus death toll is inflated. He also reposted a call to imprison New York’s governor.

  141. What Happened in Portland? Here’s What We Know Express, August 30

    A man was shot and killed after supporters of President Trump clashed with counterprotesters.

  142. One Person Dead in Portland After Clashes Between Trump Supporters and Protesters National, August 30

    A man affiliated with a right-wing group was shot and killed Saturday night. A caravan of supporters of President Trump had driven into downtown Portland.

  143. Phoenix Settles With Black Family After Police Drew Guns Over Reported Doll Theft Express, August 29

    The settlement, which is for more than $470,000, comes after an episode last year in which officers responded to a shoplifting complaint at a Family Dollar store.

  144. Lute Olson, Who Put Arizona on College Basketball Map, Dies at 85 Obits, August 28

    He led the Wildcats to 23 consecutive appearances in the N.C.A.A. tournament, winning the championship in 1997. Earlier, he took Iowa to the Final Four.

  145. Why Are Coronavirus Cases Decreasing? Experts Say Restrictions Are Working Interactive, August 24

    Infection rates in the United States remain among the world’s highest, but numbers are down. All states driving the decrease have at least some local mask mandates.

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

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

  147. 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.

  148. 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.

  149. 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.

  150. The Teenagers at the End of the World Interactive, July 21

    Young climate activists like Jamie Margolin are building a movement while growing up — planning mass protests from childhood bedrooms and during school.