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The first episode of our four-part series, Stressed Election, focuses on voter suppression in Georgia, where a growing Black and Latino population is on the precipice of exercising its political voice, if they get the chance to vote.
Why Voting in This U.S. Election Will Not Be Equal
The health law had slipped in voter priorities, but the Supreme Court vacancy and November arguments in a case challenging its constitutionality, have given the Affordable Care Act new urgency.
Obamacare Returns as Galvanizing Issue After Ginsburg Death and Barrett Nomination
A 6-year-old boy died in Lake Jackson, Texas, after being infected by an organism that enters the nose and travels to the brain.
Brain-Eating Amoeba Found in a Texas City’s Water Supply
The Fort Lauderdale police said that Mr. Parscale’s wife called the authorities to their home because he was armed and threatening to hurt himself.
Brad Parscale, Ex-Campaign Manager for Trump, Is Hospitalized in Florida
A woman entered the Malibu, Calif., home of the former N.F.L. star on Saturday afternoon and took the child from a playpen, officials said.
Joe Montana and Wife Thwart Intruder’s Attempt to Kidnap Their Grandchild
The number of lives lost to the virus is nearing 1 million, and new hot spots keep emerging. The U.S., Brazil, India and Mexico account for more than half of the total.
Coronavirus Live Updates: World Approaches One Million Deaths
The New York Times has examined decades of President Trump’s financial records, assembling the most comprehensive picture yet of his business dealings.
An Editor’s Note on the Trump Tax Investigation
The battle may near $40 million in spending and will help define the end of the presidential race, even if Democrats are unlikely to be able to stop the Supreme Court confirmation.
Political Groups Begin Dueling Over Barrett in a Costly Clash
Times reporters have obtained decades of tax information the president has hidden from public view. Here are some of the key findings.
New York Times' Trump Tax Returns Investigation: 18 Revelations
“There is no cause, no tragedy, and no event that fraudsters won’t seek to exploit,” prosecutors said in accusing a man of diverting funds from a group he ran that took in more than $450,000.
Man Spent Donations to Black Lives Matter on Himself, Prosecutors Say
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