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  1. Where Facts Were No Match for Fear U.S., Today

    Civic boosters in central Montana hoped for some federal money to promote tourism. A disinformation campaign got in the way.

  2. Nevada Man Is Charged With Voting Using His Dead Wife’s Ballot U.S., Yesterday

    Donald Kirk Hartle, a Republican, had claimed that someone voted in the 2020 election by using the mail-in ballot of his wife, who died in 2017. He now faces two counts of voter fraud.

  3. Alec Baldwin Film Set Had Previous Accidental Gun Discharges, Crew Members Say U.S., Yesterday

    They expressed concerns over gun mishaps and working conditions just days before the shooting that killed the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

  4. Chuck Bundrant, Pacific Fisheries’ ‘Henry Ford,’ Dies at 79 Business, Yesterday

    In 1961 he arrived in Seattle with no job, no skills and $80. Over the next 60 years, he built a seafood empire and transformed the industry.

  5. How Is ‘Dune’ So Prescient About Climate Change? Thank This Native American Tribe. Opinion, Yesterday

    Native Americans’ warnings of environmental catastrophe inspired the landscape of “Dune.” Now their tribal lands are flooding.

  6. What We Know About the Fatal Shooting on Alec Baldwin’s New Mexico Movie Set Movies, Yesterday

    The authorities are investigating the death of the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust” in Santa Fe County. Here’s what we know.

  7. In Mourning and Gratitude, the Blackfeet Nation Says Farewell to Its Leader U.S., Yesterday

    Over four days in Montana, members honored Chief Earl Old Person, who led the tribe and preserved its history for more than 60 years.

  8. From Westerns to ‘Stranger Things,’ Hollywood Is Big Business in New Mexico U.S., October 22

    Streaming giants like Netflix and NBCUniversal are turning New Mexico into one of the country’s most coveted production hubs.

  9. They Are a Tribe of ‘Salmon People.’ Can They Pull Off One More Big Win? Opinion, October 22

    The Lummi Nation has a long, proud history of contesting ecologically unfriendly projects. Will it succeed against yet another threat?

  10. Amanda Knox Was Exonerated. That Doesn’t Mean She’s Free. Style, October 22

    Ten years after being cleared of a heinous crime, she is still trying to tell her story on her own terms.

  11. A Cinematographer Killed on Set Is Recalled as Talented and Spirited Movies, October 22

    Halyna Hutchins, the director of photography for the film “Rust,” was killed when the actor Alec Baldwin discharged a firearm being used as a prop.

  12. Alec Baldwin disparó un arma de utilería que mató a la directora de fotografía de un wéstern que rodaba en Español, October 22

    La cinematógrafa Halyna Hutchins murió en el rodaje de ‘Rust’, una película de vaqueros, según la oficina de un alguacil en Nuevo México. El director de la película también resultó herido.

  13. The Market for Single-Family Rentals Grows as Homeownership Wanes Real Estate, October 22

    House hunters are attracted to the hassle-free living and lack of down payments, but there’s a trade-off: They give up the investment of owning a home.

  14. Alec Baldwin Was Told Gun in Fatal Shooting on Set Was Safe, Officials Say U.S., October 21

    The actor was told a gun being used as a prop was safe before he fired it on the set of “Rust,” killing the film’s cinematographer and wounding its director, law enforcement officials said.

  15. Liz Cheney’s Consultants Are Given an Ultimatum: Drop Her, or Be Dropped U.S., October 21

    The message, delivered by a lobbyist close to the House minority leader, Kevin McCarthy, has already led one Republican firm to cut ties.

  16. Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Onions Sickens More Than 650 U.S., October 20

    The C.D.C. urged consumers to throw away any whole red, white or yellow onions they purchased that do not have a sticker or packaging.

  17. In Washington, a Beloved Birthplace for Artistic Giants Arts, October 20

    At the Walla Walla Foundry, one of the largest contemporary fine-art foundries in the world, all sorts of artistic behemoths rise. Yet it’s little-known outside of the art world.

  18. The World’s View on Drugs Is Changing. Which Side Are You On? Opinion, October 20

    Should we decriminalize drugs, or legalize?

  19. OSHA, citing Covid failures, moves to strip three states of workplace safety authority. Business, October 19

    The agency said Arizona, South Carolina and Utah had failed to adopt rules protecting workers from the coronavirus.

  20. Elijah McClain’s Family Reaches Settlement With City of Aurora, Colo. U.S., October 19

    Mr. McClain died days after he was detained by the police in Aurora in 2019. The terms of the settlement were not made public.

  21. Climate Exhibitions Look Beyond Declarations of Calamity Arts, October 19

    Museums are less interested in adding to the terror than furthering the connection to the planet.

  22. Beef Is a Problem. This Seattle Steakhouse Wants to Be Part of the Solution. Food, October 19

    Bateau aims to reinvent the steak restaurant by showing how to sidestep the waste and environmental damage caused by the meat industry.

  23. What a Museum Wants to Be in the 21st Century Arts, October 19

    The Denver Art Museum, responsive, interactive and fashion-conscious, transforms its headquarters into the institution that current-day curators dream of.

  24. My Real Estate Secret Weapon Didn’t Work. Or Did It? Magazine, October 19

    Buyers’ letters are controversial — and not necessarily very effective. But when you keep losing bidding wars, it helps to at least name the future you want.

  25. The October 18 Covid Delta Variant Vaccine live blog included one standalone post:
  26. Why Public Health Faces a Crisis Across the U.S. U.S., October 18

    An examination of hundreds of health departments around the country shows that the nation may be less prepared for the next pandemic than it was for the current one.

  27. Seattle, Long Ready for Another Pro Team, Embraces the Kraken Sports, October 18

    A week into the season, the N.H.L.’s newest team is 1-1-1 on the ice, and undefeated in the contest of local public opinion. Nowhere is that more obvious than Seattle’s original hockey bar.

  28. Across the U.S., clashes intensify between city officials and the police over vaccination issues. U.S., October 17

    Officers in many departments have been slow to get vaccinated and to report their vaccination status, and city officials are struggling to make them pick up the pace.

  29. Testimony at Lev Parnas Trial Offers Peek at His Place in Trump’s Orbit New York, October 15

    Among other things, Adam Laxalt, a U.S. Senate candidate in Nevada, described his suspicions about a donation to his run for governor in 2018.

  30. On a Fall Road Trip in Alaska, Prepare for the Unexpected Travel, October 15

    A five-day drive around the Kenai Peninsula reveals few crowds, affordable lodging and autumn colors. But your ability to be flexible will almost certainly be tested.

  31. Is It Time for Kyrsten Sinema to Leave the Democratic Party? Opinion, October 15

    The Arizona senator is, at heart, a Democrat of convenience and expediency. She could well break up with the party — before it breaks up with her. 

  32. The October 14 Covid Delta Variant Vaccine live blog included one standalone post:
  33. An Alaska lawmaker barred from flying over masking rules has Covid. U.S., October 14

    The Republican state senator, Lora Reinbold, drew widespread attention after video surfaced of her confrontation with Alaska Airlines employees over mask policies.

  34. Nicholas Kristof Leaves New York Times as He Considers a Political Run Business, October 14

    Mr. Kristof, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, is weighing a run for governor of Oregon, the state where he grew up.

  35. Anchorage approves a mask mandate after two weeks of intense debate. U.S., October 13

    Alaska’s largest city has been forced to ration health care as the state records some of the highest coronavirus caseloads in the U.S.

  36. Jon Gruden’s Departure Means More Trouble for the Raiders Sports, October 12

    The Raiders moved to a new, $2 billion stadium in Las Vegas last year, hoping to build a football dynasty. Things haven’t gone as they’d hoped.

  37. ‘We’ll All Move On’: Kanye West Lists Wyoming Ranch for Sale and Residents Shrug Style, October 12

    Two years ago, the rapper set into motion a plan to turn Cody, Wyo., into a factory town for his company. Now, he may be saying goodbye to all that.

  38. After 2 Years, a Tire Is Removed From an Elk’s Neck in Colorado U.S., October 12

    Wildlife officials had been seeking the elk since it was first spotted in 2019. On Saturday, they tranquilized the animal and slid the tire off after removing its antlers.

  39. Gabrielle Petito Died From Strangulation, Coroner Says U.S., October 12

    The 22-year-old’s remains were found last month in a national forest in Wyoming, the F.B.I. said. The police continue to search for her fiancé, Brian Laundrie.

  40. As Big Tech Grows in the Pandemic, Seattle Grows With It Business, October 12

    Despite an overall decline in office leasing in the United States, technology companies gobbled up more space in the Seattle area than they had the previous year.

  41. 52 años en 11 días: un hijo moribundo halla a su padre en Español, October 11

    Después de luchar contra el cáncer durante años, a Sam Anthony se le acababa el tiempo. Entonces se armó de valor para enviar una carta que siempre había temido enviar.

  42. The Ephemeral Beauty of Night-Blooming Flowers T Magazine, October 11

    Plants that unfurl their petals only in darkness often condense the drama and poetry of their blossoming into one supercharged — and unpredictable — evening.

  43. 87 Rescued From ‘Near-Whiteout’ Conditions During Utah Ultramarathon U.S., October 9

    The runners were participating in a 50-mile race when they were caught in 12 to 18 inches of snow in the Wasatch Mountain range north of Salt Lake City.

  44. 52 Years in 11 Days: A Son, Facing Death, Finds His Father U.S., October 9

    After struggling with cancer for years, Sam Anthony was running out of time. Before he died, he found the courage to mail a letter that he had long been afraid to send.

  45. Kyrsten Sinema Wants to Cut $100 Billion in Proposed Climate Funds, Sources Say Climate, October 8

    The Arizona senator, who started in politics as an environmentalist, is one of two centrist Democrats who could make or break a spending bill at the center of President Biden’s legislative agenda.

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

    The latest news and data from the team tracking the coronavirus

  47. Biden to Restore Three National Monuments in Utah and New England Climate, October 7

    President Biden is restoring Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante in Utah and a marine monument off the New England coast, all severely reduced by former President Donald J. Trump.

  48. With Masks On or Off, Schools Try to Find the New Normal U.S., October 7

    Despite some turmoil, a vast majority of students have been in classrooms full-time and mostly uninterrupted this fall. Now, educators debate what’s next.

  49. He Suffered ‘the Worst Injury of the Tokyo Games.’ Can He Recover? Sports, October 7

    Connor Fields’s gruesome crash on the Olympic BMX track left him with serious brain trauma, a fractured memory and a lot of questions about the future.

  50. Discovery of ‘Bulk Marijuana’ Preceded Tucson Train Shooting, U.S. Says U.S., October 6

    Investigators say they found more than five pounds of marijuana and 50 packages of edibles before one of the suspects opened fire on federal agents in Arizona.

  51. The choice for a Colorado patient: Get vaccinated, or miss out on a kidney transplant. U.S., October 6

    A hospital system said she would be inactivated on the waiting list for “noncompliance” because she had not received a Covid inoculation.

  52. $725,000 Homes in Oregon, Minnesota and Nebraska Real Estate, October 6

    A cottage in Portland, a four-bedroom house in Minneapolis and an Arts and Crafts home in Omaha.

  53. What You Get for $725,000 Slideshow, October 6

    A cottage in Portland, Ore.; a four-bedroom house in Minneapolis; and an Arts and Crafts home in Omaha.

  54. Fat Bear Week: 480 Otis Takes Title for 4th Time U.S., October 6

    The brown bear was named the winner of the annual contest in which people vote for their favorite chunky bear at Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska.

  55. You Got Lost and Had to Be Rescued. Should You Pay? U.S., October 6

    The coronavirus pandemic sent a surge of inexperienced hikers into the wilderness. Many ran into trouble. Now states are looking to bill them for costly search and rescue operations.

  56. The Cocooning of Kyrsten Sinema U.S., October 5

    The Arizona senator has undergone a political metamorphosis.

  57. Arizona Could Lose Relief Funds for Undermining School Mask Mandates U.S., October 5

    The Treasury Department warned Gov. Doug Ducey that he was misusing money that was meant to combat the coronavirus.

  58. What’s Wrong With Kyrsten Sinema? Opinion, October 4

    There’s a difference between being a maverick and being a narcissist.

  59. Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today U.S., October 4

    Alaska’s doctors are forced to ration care.

  60. Gunfire on Amtrak Train: D.E.A. Agent Killed, 2nd Agent Is Critically Wounded U.S., October 4

    A suspect was dead and a Tucson officer wounded in the shooting, which erupted during a drug sweep of the train at a stop in Arizona, the police said.

  61. The Sunday Read: ‘I Had a Chance to Travel Anywhere. Why Did I Pick Spokane?’ The Daily, October 3

    After 18 months of pandemic parenting isolation, one writer knew just where the cure might lie: a minor-league baseball game in eastern Washington.

  62. In Alaska’s Covid Crisis, Doctors Must Decide Who Lives and Who Dies U.S., October 3

    Amid the nation’s worst Covid-19 outbreak, patients are trapped in remote communities and doctors are prioritizing treatment based on who is most likely to survive.

  63. 8 Things to Do in the Southwest This Fall Travel, October 3

    Hot-air balloons, sandhill cranes, haunted towns and Hatch chiles are just a few signs of fall in New Mexico and Arizona. Here’s where to look.

  64. In Arizona, Drought Ignites Tensions and Threatens Traditions Among the Hopi U.S., October 2

    The tribe has survived for more than a thousand years in the arid mesas. The megadrought gripping the Southwest is testing that resilience.

  65. Sinema Stars in Her Own Film Opinion, October 2

    The Garbo of the Senate leaves Democrats confused and angry.

  66. Ate the Last Cookie, Say Crosswords & Games, October 1

    Don’t fight the urge to solve this Wendy L. Brandes construction.

  67. 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.

  68. Vaccine mandates complicate hospital staffing woes in Wyoming. U.S., September 30

    Administrators face “a delicate balancing act” in a state where hospitals are crowded, workers are scarce and vaccine resistance is widespread.

  69. Couple Celebrating 50th Anniversary Died in Amtrak Derailment U.S., September 29

    Donald and Marjorie Varnadoe of Georgia were traveling cross-country when a train derailed in Montana on Saturday. Zach Schneider, a computer scientist from Illinois, also was killed.

  70. Kyrsten Sinema Is at the Center of It All. Some Arizonans Wish She Weren’t. U.S., September 29

    The centrist senator is key to President Biden’s agenda in Washington. Her positions have angered some Democrats back home.

  71. Fat Bear Week Is Back Interactive, September 29

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

  72. Officials in Wyoming Credit Gabrielle Petito’s Case in Finding Missing Man U.S., September 29

    After the widespread coverage of Ms. Petito’s disappearance, search teams found a body fitting the description of Robert Lowery, who went missing last month in the same area.

  73. Voters Had Their Say. Partisans Ignored Them. Opinion, September 29

    The independent commissions set up against gerrymandering might be hopeless.

  74. El arma secreta para combatir los incendios forestales: las cabras en Español, September 29

    Lani Malmberg viaja con un grupo de cabras que se alimenta de un tipo de vegetación que ha sido combustible de los incendios occidentales y conduce a una mayor propagación cuando estos se desatan.

  75. As Sinema resists the budget bill, she is set to raise money from business groups that oppose it. U.S., September 27

    Five groups invited association members to an undisclosed location on Tuesday afternoon to write checks for between $1,000 and $5,800, payable to Sinema for Arizona.

  76. How an Anti-Trump Plotter in 2016 Became His Champion Against Liz Cheney U.S., September 27

    Harriet Hageman, a Wyoming Republican, is the former president’s choice to take on his leading G.O.P. critic. But five years ago, she tried to overturn his victory in the party’s primary race.

  77. Three Men Are Charged With Approaching Bears in Alaska U.S., September 27

    The men could face up to six months in prison after entering a restricted area of Katmai National Park and Preserve in 2018.

  78. The Cause of the Derailed Amtrak Train Remains Unclear U.S., September 26

    Five were still hospitalized on Sunday following the crash in Montana that killed three passengers.

  79. Amtrak Derailment in Montana Leaves At Least 3 Dead Video, September 26

    The authorities said at least three people were killed and 50 others were injured in a derailment involving eight cars of an Empire Builder train near Joplin, Mont.

  80. New Mexico health officials link misuse of ivermectin to two Covid-19 deaths. U.S., September 26

    Calls to poison control centers have soared across the country as misinformation spreads touting the anti-parasite drug as a Covid treatment.

  81. At Least 3 Killed and 50 Hurt in Amtrak Derailment in Montana, Officials Say U.S., September 25

    The derailment, involving eight cars of the Empire Builder train, happened near Joplin, Mont., on Saturday afternoon.

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

    The latest news and data from the team tracking the coronavirus

  83. 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.

  84. 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.

  85. 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.

  86. 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.

  87. 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.

  88. 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.

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

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

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

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

  91. 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.

  92. 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.

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

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

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

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

  95. 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.

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

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

  97. 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.

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

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

  99. 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.

  100. 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.

  101. 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.

  102. 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.

  103. 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.

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

    The state of the virus this week

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

    How different groups voted

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

    See full results and maps from the Utah election.

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

    See full results and maps from the Utah election.

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

    How different groups voted

  109. Idaho Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

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

    See full results and maps from the Hawaii election.

  111. Colorado Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Colorado elections.

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

    See full results and maps from the Oregon election.

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

    See full results and maps from the Colorado election.

  114. Idaho Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Idaho elections.

  115. Colorado Presidential Election Results Interactive, November 3

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

  116. Hawaii Election Results Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Hawaii elections.

  117. 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.

  118. The Battlegrounds Within Battlegrounds Interactive, October 31

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

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

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

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

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

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

  124. 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.

  125. 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.

  126. 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.

  127. 12,000 Feet Up, With a Storm Coming In Interactive, September 23

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

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

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

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

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

  130. 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.

  131. 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.

  132. 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.

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

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

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

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

  135. 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.

  136. 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.

  137. 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.

  138. Hawaii Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, May 23

    Detailed results from the Hawaii presidential primary election.

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

    Detailed results and maps from the Oregon presidential primary election.

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

    Detailed results and maps from the Oregon primary election.

  141. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

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

  142. Alaska Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, April 11

    Results from the Alaska presidential primary election.

  143. 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.

  144. 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.

  145. 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.

  146. 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.

  147. 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.

  148. 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.

  149. 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.

  150. 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.