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May 27

The current session of the Texas Legislature has been packed with G.O.P. conflict.

Impeachment Vote Set for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton: What to Know

Yellen’s Debt Limit Warnings Went Unheeded, Leaving Her to Face Fallout

How Fighting for Conservative Causes Has Helped Ken Paxton Survive Legal Woes

May 26

Treasury Expects to Run Out of Cash by June 5

How a Default Could Unfold

Hundreds of Thousands Have Lost Medicaid Coverage Since Pandemic Protections Expired

Debt Limit Crisis Looms as First Big Test for New Democratic Leader

May 25

White House and G.O.P. Close In on Deal to Raise Debt Limit and Cut Spending

Military Spending Emerges as Big Dispute in Debt-Limit Talks

Five Takeaways From a Rocky 2024 Debut

Fact-Checking DeSantis’s Opening Bid for the White House

May 24

Tina Turner, Magnetic Singer of Explosive Power, Is Dead at 83

As China Ramps Up Scrutiny of Culture, the Show Does Not Go On

McCarthy, Bracing for Defections, Eyes a Fraught Path to a Debt Limit Deal

A Half-Century of Surgeon General Warnings

May 23

Surgeon General Warns That Social Media May Harm Children and Adolescents

China and Russia, Targets at G7 Summit, Draw Closer to Fend Off West

The Battle for Bakhmut, in Photos

The Colorado River Is Shrinking. See What’s Using All the Water.

May 22

Debt Limit Negotiators Debate Spending Caps to Break Standoff

A Breakthrough Deal to Keep the Colorado River From Going Dry, for Now

Meta Fined $1.3 Billion for Violating E.U. Data Privacy Rules

As Russia Claims Victory in Bakhmut, Ukraine Sees Opportunity Amid Ruins

May 21

Start-Ups Bring Silicon Valley Ethos to a Lumbering Military-Industrial Complex

Russian state media celebrates Bakhmut, with a notable omission.

Ukraine May Be Finally Getting the F-16s It Asked For. Why Did It Want Them?

How ‘Decoupling’ From China Became ‘De-risking’

May 20

Even Flirting With U.S. Default Takes Economic Toll

In Bakhmut, the Tides of Battle Are Ever Shifting

This Year’s G7 Summit Doubles as a Club for Unloved Leaders

Finger-Pointing Won’t Save Anyone if Default Leads to Economic Collapse

May 19

Debt Limit Talks Resume After G.O.P. Briefly Declares a ‘Pause’

Debt Limit Talks Hit a Snag as G.O.P. Declares a ‘Pause’

To Counter China, G7 Countries Borrow Its Economic Playbook

Pentagon Says Accounting Mistake Frees Up $3 Billion More for Ukraine

May 18

What Would Happen if the U.S. Defaulted on Its Debt

Ukraine and China Will Dominate G7 Summit, but a New Threat Lurks: A.I.

An Untested Oil Price Cap Has Helped Choke Revenue to Russia

The Latest Rift Among Ukraine’s Allies Is Whether to Send F-16s

May 17

Heat Will Likely Soar to Record Levels in Next 5 Years, New Analysis Says

House Democrats Move Forward With Petition to Force Debt Limit Vote

Drug Shortages Near an All-Time High, Leading to Rationing

Cherelle Parker Wins Democratic Mayoral Primary in Philadelphia

May 16

Can Reparations Bring Black Residents Back to San Francisco?

OpenAI’s Sam Altman Urges A.I. Regulation in Senate Hearing

Can the World Make an Electric Car Battery Without China?

A former U.S. Embassy employee is being held in Moscow, according to Russia’s state news agency.

May 15

A former U.S. Embassy employee is being held in Moscow, according to Russia’s state news agency.

Coastal Cities Priced Out Low-Wage Workers. Now College Graduates Are Leaving, Too.

Four Takeaways from Turkey’s Nail-Biting Presidential Election

Nail-Biter Turkish Election Heads for Round 2 as Majority Eludes Erdogan

May 14

As Ukraine Makes Inroads in Bakhmut, Devastation Still Reigns

In the hardest-hit city in Turkey’s quake zone, voters say they want a change.

Turkey’s President Amassed Power. He Could Still Lose This Election.

Why Ron DeSantis Is Limping to the Starting Line

May 13

Germany Announces Its Biggest Military Aid Package Yet for Ukraine

Turkey’s Election: What You Need to Know

An Erdogan Loss in Turkey Would Stir Relief in the West and Anxiety in Moscow

Ukraine’s Offensive Could Set Stage for Diplomacy With Russia, U.S. Officials Say

May 12

Ukraine’s Advances Near Bakhmut Expose Rifts in Russian Forces

Daniel Penny Arraigned on Manslaughter Charge in Jordan Neely’s Killing

Minutes After Title 42 Expired, Scenes of Anxiety and Weariness Along the Border

Federal Judge Says Border Patrol Can’t Forgo Release Notices to Ease Backups

May 11

New York City Starts Busing Migrants North. Counties Are Fighting It.

Who Gets In? A Guide to America’s Chaotic Border Rules.

What’s Driving Record Levels of Migration to the U.S. Border?

George Santos Is Charged With Fraud and Lying in 13-Count Indictment

May 10

Republican Leaders Stand Behind Santos After His Indictment

These Are the Charges Against George Santos

George Santos Is Said to Face Federal Criminal Charges

Here’s a closer look at the $5 million in damages that the jury awarded Carroll.

May 09

E. Jean Carroll described an assault in minute detail.

What is Victory Day in Russia, and why is it so significant?

Everything You Need to Know About the Debt Ceiling

‘Panic’ and Shortages in Parts of Occupied Ukraine Amid Russian Evacuation Orders

May 08

Racetracks, Parks, Offices: A Frantic Search for Migrant Housing

After Texas Mall Shooting, Searching for Motive and Grieving for Children

We Hit the Debt Limit. What Happens Now?

What We Know About the Allen, Texas, Mall Shooting

May 07

After Mass Killings in Texas, Frustration but No Action on Guns

Migrant Child Labor Debate in Congress Becomes Mired in Immigration Fight

An End to Pandemic Restrictions Could Bring Thousands to the Border

Charles Is Crowned King in Ancient Ceremony With Modern Twists

May 06

Ukraine Claims It Shot Down Russia’s Most Sophisticated Missile for First Time

Missed the Coronation? Here’s What Happened, From the Crown to the Crowds.

What Will Happen During the Coronation

Why So Many Nations in the King’s Realm Want to Say Goodbye

May 05

Jan. 6 Rioter Gets 14 Years for Police Attacks, Longest Sentence Yet in Inquiry

Bank Stocks Bounce as Investors Rethink Economic Outlook

The Bearer of Bad News

8 Dead in Shooting in Serbia, Day After School Massacre That Killed 9

May 04

New Phase of Banking Crisis Pits Fear Against Fundamentals

Kremlin Blasts Were Real. The Rest Is Hazy, Maybe Intentionally.

Even as China Reopens, Security Visits Spook Foreign Businesses

What Fed Rate Increases Mean for Mortgages, Credit Cards and More

May 03

Fed Makes 10th Rate Increase and Opens Door to Pause

The Debt Limit Standoff is a New Economic Headwind for the Fed

What to Watch at the Fed’s May Meeting

Why Many on Wall Street Fear the Banking Crisis Isn’t Over

May 02

After Pandemic Rebound, U.S. Manufacturing Droops

House Democrats Move to Force a Debt-Limit Increase as Default Date Looms

Fed Will Decide Next Rate Move After Bank Jitters

Hollywood Writers Will Go on Strike, Halting Production

May 01

U.S. Could Run Out of Cash by June 1, Yellen Warns

In an Unsteady Banking Industry, First Republic’s Problems Stood Out

First Republic Bank Is Seized by Regulators and Sold to JPMorgan Chase

Pope Reveals He’s Working on Secret ‘Mission’ of Peace in Ukraine

April 30

Needing Younger Workers, Federal Officials Relax Rules on Past Drug Use

They Refused to Fight for Russia. The Law Did Not Treat Them Kindly.

How Scalia Law School Became a Key Friend of the Court

He Lost His Legs in the War in Ukraine, but Not His Will to Run

April 29

South Carolina Democrats Elect First Black Woman to Run State Party

Regulators Prepare to Seize and Sell First Republic

Life in Ukraine’s Trenches: Gearing Up for a Spring Offensive

U.S. Begins Overland Evacuation of American Civilians From Sudan

April 28

North Carolina Court, With New Partisan Mix, Reverses Itself on a Key Voting Case

Fed Slams Its Own Oversight of Silicon Valley Bank in Post-Mortem

Wages and Prices Could Show a Cool-Down Before a Fed Meeting

Ukrainian Troops Repel Russian Attacks, and Hope Western Arms Turn the Tide

April 27

The Real Debt Limit Fight Is Yet to Come

U.S. Economy Grew at 1.1% Rate in First Quarter

Still Going Fast, Inflation Changes Drivers

On Eve of Trial, Discovery of Carlson Texts Set Off Crisis Atop Fox

April 26

What’s in the House G.O.P. Debt Limit Bill

House Republicans, Pushing Past Divisions, Press for Debt Limit Vote

After a Hellish Start and a Honeymoon, McCarthy Faces His First Big Test

Ad Flap Leaves Bitter Aftertaste for Bud Light and Warning for Big Business

April 25

Harry Belafonte, 96, Dies; Barrier-Breaking Singer, Actor and Activist

Analysis: The Map, the Issues and the Incumbency Favoring Democrats

Who’s Running for President in 2024?

Ukraine’s Spring Offensive Comes With Immense Stakes for Future of the War

April 24

A surprise exit catches Trumpworld by surprise, too.

China Tries to Limit Damage From Diplomat’s Comments That Riled Europe

At Ukraine’s Gravesites, a Spring Ritual Hints at Renewal

Scottish Island for Sale, Amenities Not Included

April 23

U.S. Pulls Diplomats From Sudan, and an Exodus Begins

At U.Va., an Alumnus Attacked Diversity Programs. Now He Is on the Board.

Sacklers Gave Millions to Institution That Advises on Opioid Policy

U.S. Military Evacuates Embassy Personnel in Embattled Sudan

April 22

A Chastened, Humbled Fox News? Don’t Count on It.

E.P.A. to Propose First Controls on Greenhouse Gases From Power Plants

Eureka! After California’s Heavy Rains, Gold Seekers Are Giddy.

Airman Shared Sensitive Intelligence More Widely and for Longer Than Previously Known

April 21

What Is Mifepristone and How Is It Used?

‘A Quick Death or a Slow Death’: Prisoners Choose War to Get Lifesaving Drugs

The Obscure G.O.P. Bookkeeper at the Center of the George Santos Mess

The Fight Over a Drug That Is Great for Horses but Horrific for Humans

April 20

In a Nation Armed to the Teeth, These Tiny Missteps Led to Tragedy

Israel’s Right-Wing Government Has Jewish Democrats at a Loss

As Xi Befriends World Leaders, He Hardens His Stance on the U.S.

After Fox Settlement, Assault on Media Protections Is Likely to Continue

April 19

What’s Next for Dominion After Its $787.5 Million Settlement With Fox News?

India Is Passing China in Population. Can Its Economy Ever Do the Same?

Fox Will Pay $787.5 Million to Settle Defamation Suit

April 18

Here are the other legal cases Fox is entangled in.

Russia Is Importing Western Weapons Technology, Bypassing Sanctions

After American’s Killing in Syria, F.B.I. Builds War Crimes Case Against Top Officials

Buy Now and Save! Price War Over Electric Cars Erupts in China.

April 17

85-Year-Old Is Charged in Shooting of Black Teenager Who Went to Wrong House

U.S. Was Warned of Migrant Child Labor, but ‘Didn’t Want to Hear It’

Sudan Fears ‘Ghost of Civil War’ as Explosions Rock Capital

April 16

Google Devising Radical Search Changes to Beat Back A.I. Rivals

How a Campaign Against Transgender Rights Mobilized Conservatives

Sudan Erupts in Chaos: Who Is Battling for Control and Why It Matters

Clashes Spread Across Sudan: Maps and Videos

April 15

Pentagon Leaks: New Twists in a Familiar Plot

35 Ways Real People Are Using A.I. Right Now

April 14

Teixeira’s case is unusual even in the small world of leak cases.

It’s typical for a national guardsman with Teixeira’s job to have top-secret clearance.

The Airman Who Gave Gamers a Real Taste of War

April 13

The Airman Who Wanted to Give Gamers a Real Taste of War

Leader of Online Group Where Secret Documents Leaked Is Air National Guardsman

Miscommunication Nearly Led to Russian Jet Shooting Down British Spy Plane, U.S. Officials Say

New Leaked Documents Show Broad Infighting Among Russian Officials

April 12

The Final Blocks: Inside Ukraine’s Bloody Stand for Bakhmut

E.P.A. Lays Out Rules to Turbocharge Sales of Electric Cars and Trucks

Russia Moves to Make Draft Evasion More Difficult

April 11

White House Proposes Evenly Cutting Water Allotments From Colorado River

California Economy Is on Edge After Tech Layoffs and Studio Cutbacks

Leaked Documents and Accusations of U.S. Spying Spark Outrage in Seoul

Tennessee House Expulsions: What You Need to Know

April 10

Expelled Democratic Lawmaker Is Sworn Back in to Tennessee House

Bank Turmoil Squeezes Borrowers, Raising Fears of a Slowdown

How the Latest Leaked Documents Are Different From Past Breaches

Europe Has Pledged a Million Shells for Ukraine in a Year. Can It Deliver?

April 09

Leaked Documents Suggest Ukrainian Air Defense Is in Peril if Not Reinforced

The Russians Took Their Children. These Mothers Went and Got Them Back.

The Russians Took Their Children. These Mothers Went and Got Them Back.

E.P.A. Is Said to Propose Rules Meant to Drive Up Electric Car Sales Tenfold

April 08

Why Leaked Pentagon Documents Are Still Circulating on Social Media

Leaked Documents Reveal Depth of U.S. Spy Efforts and Russia’s Military Struggles

Ukraine Says Russia Is Preparing to Evacuate Civilians From Occupied Areas of South

Russia formally charges detained American reporter with espionage, according to state media.

April 07

New Batch of Classified Documents Appears on Social Media Sites

Calculating the Fastest Road to an Electric Car Future

Wages May Not Be Inflation’s Cause, but They’re the Focus of the Cure

Tennessee G.O.P. Punishes 2 Democrats by Throwing Them Out of House

April 06

Supreme Court Rules for Transgender Girl in School Sports Dispute

U.S. Acknowledges Afghanistan Evacuations Should Have Started Sooner

How Russia’s Offensive Ran Aground

How Brandon Johnson Made Up Ground and Won Chicago’s Mayoral Race

April 05

Wisconsin Rout Points to Democrats’ Enduring Post-Dobbs Strength

Chicago Mayor’s Race Could Be a Blueprint for Democratic Messaging on Crime

Brandon Johnson Elected Chicago Mayor, Turning Back Tough-on-Crime Opponent

This Wisconsin Court Race Is Highly Partisan. It Wasn’t Always That Way.

April 04

Near Bakhmut, Death Is Delivered Remotely and Watched on Video

Private or Political? Charges Over Hush Money Hinge on Payment’s Purpose

Russia Accuses Dissidents and Ukraine of Killing Pro-War Blogger

This Is Not a Moment in Women’s Basketball. It’s Momentum.

April 03

Millions of Americans May Soon Lose Medicaid Coverage. Here’s How to Prepare.

Millions on Medicaid May Soon Lose Coverage as Pandemic Protections End

A Presidential Candidate and a City Brace for a Consequential Week

Finland’s Prime Minister Toppled in Tight Election

April 02

A Front Company and a Fake Identity: How the U.S. Came to Use Spyware It Was Trying to Kill.

The Children’s Rights Advocate Accused of Russian War Crimes

The Finnish Secret to Happiness? Knowing When You Have Enough.

Lamont Butler Hits Buzzer-Beater to Send San Diego State to N.C.A.A. Title Game

April 01

China Draws Lessons From Russia’s Losses in Ukraine, and Its Gains

One Dead and Dozens Hurt in Roof Collapse at Illinois Theater

Venice Is Saved! Woe Is Venice.

Storms Kill at Least 4 as Tornadoes Tear Through Midwest and South

March 31

Why Schwab, a Financial Giant, Got Hurt in the Regional Banks Panic

Joy, vindication and anxiety: Democrats absorb a consequential moment.

Republicans Erupt in Outrage and Rush to Defend the Defendant

Finland Clears Last Hurdle to Joining NATO

March 30

A President Faces Prosecution, and a Democracy Is Tested

Ukrainians in a Hidden Command Post See Bakhmut Going Their Way

Ukrainians Directing Soldiers From a Hidden Hub See Bakhmut Going Their Way

Mexico Investigates Migrant Deaths in Border City Fire as Homicide Case

March 29

Can New York Fix Its Housing Crisis? It Depends on the Suburbs

Michigan Democrats Rise, and Try to Turn a Battleground Blue

Republicans Face Setbacks in Push to Tighten Voting Laws on College Campuses

U.S. Border Policies Have Created a Volatile Logjam in Mexico

March 28

Fire at the Border: At Least 40 Dead in Mexico Migration Center

Pence Must Testify to Jan. 6 Grand Jury, Judge Rules

Inside the U.S. Pressure Campaign Over Israel’s Judicial Overhaul

Netanyahu Attempts Another Juggling Act, Maybe His Toughest Yet

March 27

Netanyahu Delays Bid to Overhaul Israel’s Judiciary as Protests Rage

Unrest Surges in Israel: Videos and Photos

The Israeli Government’s Plan to Overhaul the Judiciary: What to Know

They Left Town as Convicts. Will They Be Buried as Heroes?

March 26

Israel Boils as Netanyahu Ousts Minister Who Bucked Court Overhaul

Among the victims of the storm were a baby and her father.

An Anxious Asia Arms for a War It Hopes to Prevent

Ecuador Tried to Curb Drilling and Protect the Amazon. The Opposite Happened.

March 25

The Amazon’s Largest Isolated Tribe Is Dying

Stolen Valor: The U.S. Volunteers in Ukraine Who Lie, Waste and Bicker

At Least 23 Killed as Deadly Tornado Tears Through Mississippi

What We Learned in March Madness on Friday

March 24

Conflict in Syria Escalates Following Attack That Killed a U.S. Contractor

A Refuge for Russians and Ukrainians, Bali Rethinks Its Open-Door Policy

From Rockets to Ball Bearings, Pentagon Struggles to Feed War Machine

Netanyahu Digs In on Court Overhaul, in the Face of Mass Protests

March 23

U.S. and Canada Reach an Agreement on Diverting Asylum Seekers

China Says It Will ‘Firmly Oppose’ Forced Sale of TikTok

What to Know About Today’s Congressional Hearing on TikTok

Seven takeaways from a big day for the Fed.

March 22

Powell and Yellen Suggest Need to Review Regulations After Bank Failures

How the Banking Crisis Has Had the Same Effect as a Fed Rate Increase

What to Watch as the Fed Meets Amid Bank Turmoil

Regional Banks and Regulators Try to Soothe Depositors’ Fears

March 21

A Big Question for the Fed: What Went Wrong With Bank Oversight?

Push to Insure Big Deposits Percolates on Capitol Hill

As War in Ukraine Grinds on, China Helps Refill Russian Drone Supplies

Inside the 3 Months That Could Cost Fox $1.6 Billion

March 20

World Has Less Than a Decade to Stop Catastrophic Warming, U.N. Panel Says

European officials agree to supply more artillery shells to Ukraine.

Why China and Russia Are Closer Than Ever

A ‘New Cold War’ Looms in Africa as U.S. Pushes Against Russian Gains

March 19

Federal Reserve and Global Central Banks Act to Shore Up Dollar Access

Before Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, the Fed Spotted Big Problems

China as Peacemaker in the Ukraine War? The U.S. and Europe Are Skeptical.

Russia Signals It Will Take More Ukrainian Children, a Crime in Progress

March 18

A Four-Decade Secret: One Man’s Story of Sabotaging Carter’s Re-election

Why People Are Worried About Banks

20 Years After U.S. Invasion, Iraq Is a Freer Place, but Not a Hopeful One

What Are Raccoon Dogs?

March 17

Museums Rename Artworks and Artists as Ukrainian, Not Russian

Banking Crisis Hangs Over Economy, Rekindling Recession Fear

Xi, Cast as Peacemaker, Wades Into Russia’s War in Ukraine

Low Rates Were Meant to Last. Without Them, Finance Is In for a Rough Ride.

March 16

Wall Street’s Biggest Banks Rescue Teetering First Republic

French lawmakers are furious as they learn they won’t vote.

Yellen Says U.S. Banking System ‘Remains Sound’ Amid Market Turmoil

Asian Markets Drop After Credit Suisse Moves to Borrow Billions

March 15

Swiss Central Bank Says It Will Backstop Ailing Credit Suisse if Necessary

Markets Tumble as Bank Fears Go Global

Inside the Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank

Banks, Trains and Political Finger-Pointing

March 14

After Days of Panic, Bank Executives Can Breathe Again

Flood of Russians Alters Life for Countries That Took Them In

After Bank Debacle, Silicon Valley Reckons With Its Image

Regional Banks Slammed by Fear of a Broader Financial Crisis

March 13

Back-to-Back Bank Collapses Came After Deregulatory Push

Federal Reserve’s Path Is Murkier After Bank Blowup

HSBC to Buy Silicon Valley Bank’s British Subsidiary

Risky Bet on Crypto and a Run on Deposits Tank Signature Bank

March 12

Silicon Valley Bank Collapse Threatens Climate Start-Ups

Yellen Reassures as Regulators Race to Contain Bank Collapse Fallout

Fox’s P.R. Woes May Not Directly Translate to Legal Ones

3 Lessons From Silicon Valley Bank’s Failure

March 11

Silicon Valley Bank Collapse Sets Off Blame Game in Tech Industry

Inside Ron DeSantis’s Politicized Removal of an Elected Prosecutor

Chinese-Brokered Deal Upends Mideast Diplomacy and Challenges U.S.

The Second-Biggest Bank Failure

March 10

Silicon Valley Bank’s Collapse Causes Start-Up Chaos

Silicon Valley Bank Fails After Run by Venture Capital Customers

Xi Seals His Political Supremacy, Focusing on Economy and U.S. Rivalry

Why Russia Has Such a Strong Grip on Europe’s Nuclear Power

March 09

Russia Blasts Ukrainian Cities, Including Biggest Use of Advanced Missiles

The Programs You’d Have to Cut to Balance the Budget

Georgia Plans to Withdraw Foreign Agents Bill After Protests

The Explosive Roots of the Georgia Protests

March 08

Israel’s Judicial Overhaul Plan Ignites Debate Among American Jews

Justice Dept. Finds Pattern of Discriminatory Policing in Louisville

House G.O.P. Prepares to Slash Federal Programs in Coming Budget Showdown

A Trip to Mexico Ends in a Kidnapping and the Deaths of 2 Americans

March 07

Ukraine Claims Bakhmut Battle Is Wagner’s ‘Last Stand’

Intelligence Suggests Pro-Ukrainian Group Sabotaged Pipelines, U.S. Officials Say

Debt Default Would Cripple U.S. Economy, New Analysis Warns

U.S. Is Said to Consider Reinstating Detention of Migrant Families

March 06

Protests Over Netanyahu’s Judiciary Overhaul Spread to Israel’s Military

The MAGA-fication of North Idaho College

Ukrainian Soldiers, Nearly Encircled, Push Russians Back

Russian Forces Attack Bakhmut From Three Directions

March 05

This Is What Trench Warfare on the Front Line Is Like

In Florida Legislative Session, a Chance for DeSantis to Check Off His Wish List

Using A.I. to Detect Breast Cancer That Doctors Miss

Conservative Media Pay Little Attention to Revelations About Fox News

March 04

Inside the Panic at Fox News After the 2020 Election

Whirring Into Action in Ukraine’s Skies

With Ukraine Under Pressure in Bakhmut, Fight Becomes a Battle Over Roads

In Southern California, Snow Has Trapped People for Days

March 03

As Ukraine Clings to Bakhmut, What’s Its Strategy and What’s at Stake?

As Fighting Intensifies, Ukraine Says Its Forces Are Holding On in Bakhmut

They Sneaked Into a Derelict Arms Plant: Instagrammers or Spies?

Alex Murdaugh will be sentenced on Friday.

March 02

E.P.A. Orders Train Operator to Test for Dioxins in Ohio Derailment

A Ukrainian Mayor Disappeared, but Questions of His Loyalty Did Not

Leave Russia? A Year Later Many Companies Can’t, or Won’t.

Finland on Cusp of Joining NATO, but Maybe Not With Sweden

March 01

Ukraine Reinforces Embattled Bakhmut, but Mission Is Unclear

Ukraine says it’s sending reinforcements to the embattled city of Bakhmut.

In an Epic Battle of Tanks, Russia Was Routed, Repeating Earlier Mistakes

Lawmakers Question Pentagon on Ukraine Funds, Signaling Fresh Concerns

February 28

Scrounging for Tanks for Ukraine, Europe’s Armies Come Up Short

To Heal Brexit Wound, U.K. and E.U. Strike a Northern Ireland Trade Deal

February 27

Murdoch Acknowledges Fox News Hosts Endorsed Election Fraud Falsehoods

What’s at Stake as U.K. and E.U. Reach Deal Over Northern Ireland Protocol

Where Can You Carry a Gun? Whiplash Court Rulings Create Confusion.

In Latest Round of Job Cuts, Twitter Is Said to Lay Off at Least 200 Employees

February 26

What Layoffs? Many Employers Are Eager to Hang On to Workers.

Deadly Russian Artillery Strikes Reported in Ukraine’s East and South

War in Ukraine Has Changed Europe for Good

What Fox News Hosts Said Privately vs. Publicly About Voter Fraud

February 25

Their Hair Long and Flowing or in Ponytails, Women in Iran Flaunt Their Locks

Solos y explotados, niños migrantes desempeñan trabajos crueles en EE. UU.

Alone and Exploited, Migrant Children Work Brutal Jobs Across the U.S.

Protests and Defiance Mark a Year of Russia’s War on Ukraine

February 24

Russia, Ukraine and the West Vow to Fight On, in a War With No End in Sight

Six ways the war changed the world.

Fear, Anger, Love: See Ukrainians’ Texts From the First Hours of War

How the U.S. Adopted a New Intelligence Playbook to Expose Russia’s War Plans

February 23

Prigozhin’s Feud With Russia’s Military Leaves Questions About Battlefield Results

The West Tried to Isolate Russia. It Didn’t Work.

Bulgarian Factories and Secret Task Forces: How the West Hunts for Soviet Arms

México restringe a su instituto electoral, que contribuyó a acabar con el régimen de partido único

February 22

Mexico Hobbles Election Agency That Helped End One-Party Rule

No One in Europe Is Telling Poland to ‘Shut Up’ Now

How Poland, Long Leery of Foreigners, Opened Up to Ukrainians

Supreme Court Seems Wary of Limiting Protections for Social Media Platforms

February 21

Russia’s Top Paramilitary Chief Accuses Army Command of Treason

In Northern Ukraine, a Different Sort of War Game

On Blinken Visit, Quake Relief Soothes U.S.-Turkey Tensions

February 20

Another Deadly Quake Rocks an Already Ravaged Area of Turkey

Bruce’s Beach Was Hailed as a Reparations Model. Then the Family Sold It.

They Were Married. They Shared a Trench. They Died in It Together.

Many in East Palestine, Skeptical of Official Tests, Seek Out Their Own

February 19

U.S. Warnings to China on Arms Aid for Russia’s War Portend Global Rift

Blinken Says U.S. Believes China Is Considering Giving Russia Weapons

Haley Walks Treacherous Road for G.O.P. Women

Blinken Has Tense Meeting With Chinese Official Amid Spy Balloon Furor

February 18

The sense of a fractured world permeates Munich.

How Climate Change Is Making Tampons (and Lots of Other Stuff) More Expensive

Trading Books for a Rifle: The Teacher Who Volunteered in Ukraine

In Satellite Images and Video, Hidden Clues About an Iranian Air Force Upgrade

February 17

Norfolk Southern’s Profits and Accident Rates Rose in Recent Years

U.S. and China Vie in Hazy Zone Where Balloons, U.F.O.s and Missiles Fly

Why a Strong Economy Is Making Stock Investors Jittery

Federal Officials Send Help After Ohio Derailment, but Residents’ Frustrations Persist

February 16

Fox Stars Privately Expressed Disbelief About Election Fraud Claims. ‘Crazy Stuff.’

Read the Released Portions

Moscow’s Military Capabilities Are in Question After Failed Battle for Ukrainian City

How a Fog of Questions Over a Spy Balloon and U.F.O.s Fed a Diplomatic Crisis

February 15

U.S. on Track to Add $19 Trillion in New Debt Over 10 Years

In Bleak Russian Cemetery, Sea of Crosses Signals War’s True Toll

As Lawmakers Spar Over Social Security, Its Costs Are Rising Fast

Elementary School. High School. Now College. Michigan State Students Are No Strangers to Mass Shootings.

February 14

Under the Rubble: Gasps of Air, Protein Powder and Miraculous Rescues

Earthquakes Destroy. People Rebuild.

Food Prices Weigh on Seniors’ Savings, Health and Even Social Ties

The shooting at Michigan State University adds to the death toll on college campuses in recent decades.

February 13

Tensions Rise Over Spy Programs as U.S. Investigates Downed Craft

Netanyahu’s Judicial Overhaul Sparks Huge Protests in Israel

The Rocky Path to the College Board’s A.P. Black Studies Course

The U.S. and Canada Shot Down Objects, but What Were They?

February 12

What’s Going On Up There? Theories but No Answers in Shootdowns of Mystery Craft.

They Are Russians Fighting Against Their Homeland. Here’s Why.

<strong>Childbirth Is Deadlier for Black Families Even When They’re Rich, Expansive Study Finds</strong>

For Older Americans, the Pandemic Is Not Over

February 11

U.S. Jet Shoots Down Flying Object Over Canada

As Anger Swells Over Quake, Turkey Detains Building Constructors

Russia Launches Wave of Attack Drones on Ukrainian Infrastructure

China, Still Trying to Play Down Balloon, Finds It’s Getting Harder to Do

February 10

U.S. Shoots Down High-Altitude Object Over Alaska

The War’s Violent Next Stage

What the Earthquake Destroyed in the Heart of One Turkish City

‘Not Just a Silly Balloon’: Dismay and Fear Over Another U.S.-China Clash

February 09

Chinese Balloon Had Tools to Collect Electronic Communications, U.S. Says

What Recession? Some Economists See Chances of a Growth Rebound.

In Its Push for an Intelligence Edge, China’s Military Turned to Balloons

China Sends Spy Balloons Over Military Sites Worldwide, U.S. Officials Say

February 08

Little aid is reaching Syria, the U.N. says.

Syrian Refugees Who Died in Earthquake Are Returned Home

Videos Show Desperate Search for Survivors Near Quake’s Epicenter

For a President Who Spends His Days Confronting Russia and China, a Domestic Focus

February 07

The State of the Union can be a trial for some Supreme Court justices.

The only border crossing for aid between Syria and Turkey is closed.

Time is running out to find survivors.

Here’s how to help victims of the earthquake.

February 06

Earthquake Strikes Syrian Region Already Mired in Humanitarian Crisis

After the Quake: Photos From Turkey and Syria

Map: 7.8-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Turkey, Syria, Lebanon and Israel

Monday’s earthquake was as powerful as the strongest recorded in Turkey in 1939.

February 05

‘Here, It’s Like Paradise’: Ukraine’s Ski Resorts Offer a Respite From the War

Navy Divers Work to Recover Debris From Chinese Spy Balloon

The Pentagon Saw a Warship Boondoggle. Congress Saw Jobs.

Downing of Chinese Spy Balloon Ends Chapter in a Diplomatic Crisis

February 04

The Chinese spy balloon moved from Alaska to South Carolina, prompting fear, jokes and political debate.

Look! Up in the Sky! It’s a … Chinese Spy Balloon?

Muscle Cars, Balaclavas and Fists: How the Scorpions Rolled Through Memphis

A Giant Balloon Floats Into Town, and It’s All Anyone Can Talk About

February 03

U.S. Hiring Surges With January Gain of 517,000 Jobs

Blinken Postpones Trip to China After Balloon Is Detected Over U.S.

Why Chinese Companies Are Investing Billions in Mexico

Pentagon Says It Detected a Chinese Spy Balloon Hovering Over Montana

February 02

Soaring Death Toll Gives Grim Insight Into Russian Tactics

How to Forge Shells for Ukraine's Artillery

A Primer on U.S.-Philippine Military Ties

U.S. to Boost Military Role in the Philippines as Fears Over Taiwan Grow

February 01

The Fed Raises Rates a Quarter Point and Signals More Ahead

What Fed Rate Increases Mean for Mortgages, Credit Cards and More

What to Watch at the Fed’s First Meeting of 2023

DeSantis Takes On the Education Establishment, and Builds His Brand

January 31

U.S. Says Russia Fails to Comply With Nuclear Arms Control Treaty

In Debt Limit Fight, Republicans Won’t Say What Spending Cuts They Want

Russia Sidesteps Western Punishments, With Help From Friends

Two More Memphis Police Officers Are Suspended in Tyre Nichols’s Death

January 30

Initial Police Report on Tyre Nichols Arrest Is Contradicted by Videos

Wall Street Is Counting on a Debt Limit Trick That Could Entail Trouble

‘Very Dangerous People’: Russia’s Convict Fighters Are Heading Home

Scorpion Unit Emerged as Memphis Pursued Get-Tough Strategy

January 29

Video of Tyre Nichols Beating Raises Questions About Medical Response

Russia and Ukraine Battle for Control of Villages Near the Key City of Bakhmut

Palestinian Man Fatally Shot as Violence Continues With Israeli Forces

Tyre Nichols Beating Opens a Complex Conversation on Race and Policing

January 28

Memphis Police Disbands Unit Whose Officers Were Charged in Tyre Nichols’s Death

After Tyre Nichols Death, Officials’ Moves Reflect a Shift in Handling Police Violence

Tyre Nichols Cried in Anguish. Memphis Officers Kept Hitting.

At Least 7 Killed in Attack in Jewish Area of East Jerusalem

January 27

From Sacramento to Memphis, Tyre Nichols Cut His Own Path

Memphis Police SCORPION Unit Was Supposed to Stop Violence

As the Colorado River Shrinks, Washington Prepares to Spread the Pain

How Barr’s Quest to Find Flaws in the Russia Inquiry Unraveled

January 26

Here is a timeline of events in the death of Tyre Nichols.

Who was Tyre Nichols?

With Pierogies and Artillery Shells, Scranton Fights Back in Ukraine

Ukraine War Accelerates Shift of Power in Europe to the East

January 25

Western Tanks Are Coming to Ukraine, but Will They Be Enough?

The M1 Abrams, headed to Ukraine, is the main U.S. battle tank.

Imagery Shows How a Cemetery for Russian Mercenaries Is Expanding

U.S. Plans to Send Abrams Tanks to Ukraine, Officials Say

January 24

Pentagon Will Increase Artillery Production Sixfold for Ukraine

‘Tragedy Upon Tragedy’: January Brings Dozens of Mass Shootings So Far

Russia’s War Breathes New Life Into a Cold War Symbol

Authorities Ask Why Gunman Attacked California Ballroom He Once Enjoyed

January 23

Police officers in Torrance were following the suspect when he pulled off the road and killed himself.

Inflation Is Cooling, Leaving America Asking: What Comes Next?

A 26-year-old coder wrested an assault pistol from the gunman’s hands, preventing a greater tragedy.

A celebration turned into a nightmare for one couple on the dance floor.

January 22

Germany’s Reluctance on Tanks Stems From Its History and Its Politics

The list of U.S. mass shootings continues to grow.

When Students Change Gender Identity, and Parents Don’t Know

The Fierce Life and Sudden Death of America’s Strongest Woman

January 21

How Charlie Javice Got JPMorgan to Pay $175 Million for … What Exactly?

Inside the Supreme Court Inquiry: Seized Phones, Affidavits and Distrust

March for Life Kicks Off in Washington, Setting the Stage for New Ideas

The NATO Alliance Is Holding Strong on Ukraine. But Fractures Are Emerging.

January 20

Allies Fail to Agree on Sending Tanks to Ukraine

Tech Layoffs Shock Young Workers. The Older People? Not So Much.

After Roe, Republicans Wrestle With What It Means to Be ‘Pro-Life’

Ukraine’s Allies Pledge to Send Major Infusion of Military Aid

January 19

John Eastman Is Unbowed as Investigations Proliferate

The U.S. Hit the Debt Ceiling. How Bad Will It Be?

America Set to Hit Its Borrowing Limit Today, Raising Economic Fears

Helicopter Crash Kills Ukrainian Minister in Blow to Wartime Leadership

January 18

At Wartime Davos Forum, Calls for European Unity Are Eased by Relief

Microsoft to Lay Off 10,000 Workers as It Looks to Trim Costs

Statehouse Democrats Embrace an Unfamiliar Reality: Full Power

Untested German Defense Minister Has Allies Watching Closely

January 17

Pentagon Sends U.S. Arms Stored in Israel to Ukraine

As Debt Limit Threat Looms, Wall Street and Washington Have Only Rough Plans

How Restaurant Workers Help Pay for Lobbying to Keep Their Wages Low

China’s Population Falls, Heralding a Demographic Crisis

January 16

Skipped Showers, Paper Plates: An Arizona Suburb’s Water Is Cut Off

The Shootings That ‘Never Happened’: Red Flag Laws Are Put to the Test

Alarmed by A.I. Chatbots, Universities Start Revamping How They Teach

In Boston, ‘The Embrace’ Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy

January 15

‘I’m Sorry, We’re From Moscow.’ In Bali, Warring Sides Learn to Cohabitate

For Families and Detainees in Russian-Occupied Areas, a Grim Wait

If Affirmative Action Ends, College Admissions May Be Changed Forever

Whiteouts, Landslides and Floods Cut Off California Roads

January 14

Getting Inside California’s Wild Weather 8 Miles Over the Pacific

How Classified Information Is Handled

‘We Will Die for Brazil’: How a Far-Right Mob Tried to Oust Lula

Russia’s Claim to Seize a Ukrainian Town Exposes Rifts Among Forces

January 13

Santos’s Lies Were Known to Some Well-Connected Republicans

How Western Goods Reach Russia: A Long Line of Trucks Through Georgia

Bill Nighy, Master of Misdirection

Inflation Is Slowing, Good News for American Consumers and the Fed

January 12

Western Tanks Appear Headed to Ukraine, Breaking Another Taboo

Takeaways from the latest inflation report.

From Disciplinarian to Cheerleader: Why China Is Changing Its Tone on Business

Résumé of George Santos

January 11

George Santos’s Secret Résumé: A Wall Street Star With a 3.9 G.P.A.

George Santos Faces Calls to Resign From Long Island G.O.P. Leaders

As Storms Hammer California, Homeless Campers Try to Survive Outside

Death Toll in Peru Rises to 47 Amid Extraordinary Violence

January 10

Divided House Approves G.O.P. Inquiry Into ‘Weaponization’ of Government

Videos, Photos and Maps of the Damage From the California Storms

Rain Swamps Southern California, and More Storms Are Expected

New House Rules Make It Easier to Dump Speaker, and Harder to Spend or Raise Taxes

January 09

House Narrowly Approves Rules Amid Concerns About McCarthy’s Concessions

Without Hesitation, Ukraine Goes Toe to Toe With Russia in Bakhmut

The attack on Brazil’s seat of government resembles the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

Videos Show How Rioters Stormed Brazil’s Capital

January 08

Here’s what to know about Brazil’s presidential election.

The House Is in Ruins, but the Holiday Feast Goes On

Now Fighting for Ukraine: Volunteers Seeking Revenge Against Russia

In a Ukraine Workshop, the Quest to Build the Perfect Grenade

January 07

Why McCarthy’s Slog to Speaker Could Mean Dysfunction Ahead in the House

From Gingrich to McCarthy, the Roots of Governance by Chaos

McCarthy Wins Speakership on 15th Vote After Concessions to Hard Right

Attacks Continue in Ukraine Despite Russia’s Supposed Cease-Fire

January 06

Damar Hamlin Has Breathing Tube Removed and Is Talking

Speaker Quest Reveals McCarthy’s Tenuous Grip on an Unruly Majority

Even a Soft Landing for the Economy May Be Uneven

House Adjourns Without a Speaker as McCarthy Offers Concessions

January 05

100 Years Later, a Modern Speaker Showdown Feels Eerily Similar

The Republican divide plays out in conservative news outlets.

‘Nobody Is in Charge’: A Ragged G.O.P. Stumbles Through the Wilderness

How Far Right Are the 20 Republicans Who Voted Against McCarthy?

January 04

Lacking a Speaker, One Part of Government Ceases to Function

Live Vote Count: Tracking the House Speaker Votes

G.O.P. Fight Over Speaker Enters Its Second Day

Hakeem Jeffries Takes Over as Leader of House Democrats

January 03

Speaker Fight Reveals a Divided and Disoriented House Majority

Who Are the Republicans Opposing McCarthy’s Speaker Bid?

With Vote Looming, McCarthy Remains Short of Support to Become Speaker

Deadly Strike on Russians in Ukraine Exposes Moscow’s Military Failings

January 02

Here Are the House Republicans to Watch if McCarthy’s Bid for Speaker Falters

McCarthy’s Bid for Speaker Remains in Peril Even After Key Concessions

Russia’s War on Ukraine Worsens Global Starvation

Russia’s War Could Make It India’s World

January 01

When Does Life Begin?

U.S. Pours Money Into Chips, but Even Soaring Spending Has Limits

U.S. Pours Money Into Chips, but Even Soaring Spending Has Limits

In Bucha, a Final Rampage Served as a Coda to a Month of Atrocities


December 31

With Benedict’s Death, an Unprecedented Moment for the Modern Church

For Conservative Catholics in U.S., Pope Benedict’s Death Is Loss of a Hero

Benedict XVI, First Modern Pope to Resign, Dies at 95

Criminology Student Is Charged in 4 University of Idaho Killings

December 30

A Charity Tied to the Supreme Court Offers Donors Access to the Justices

The Year the Long Stock Market Rally Ended

The Year the Long Stock Market Rally Ended

Santos, a Suburban House and $11,000 in Campaign Payments for ‘Rent’

December 29

After Half a Century, Fauci Prepares for Life After Government

Congressional Inquiry into Alzheimer’s Drug Faults Its Maker and F.D.A.

Moscow on the Med: A Faraway War Transforms a Turkish Resort Town

In Buffalo, Finger-Pointing and Growing Complaints Over Storm Response

December 28

George Santos Faces an Investigation and Public Dismay

The Storm’s Victims: an Expectant Parent, a Doting Daughter, a Refugee

U.S. Scrambles to Stop Iran From Providing Drones for Russia

‘It Was Just a Crying Day’: Families Mourn Those Killed in the Storm

December 27

Migrant Expulsion Policy Must Stay in Place for Now, Supreme Court Says

Southwest Airlines Struggles to Right Its Operation After Winter Storm

George Santos’s Early Life: Odd Jobs, Bad Debts and Lawsuits

George Santos Admits to Lying About College and Work History

December 26

28 Dead in ‘Once in a Generation’ Blizzard in Western New York

The Last Holdouts

Democrats, Feeling New Strength, Plan to Go on Offense on Voting Rights

In Buffalo, Even the Rescuers Needed Rescuing

December 25

As Applications Fall, Police Departments Lure Recruits With Bonuses and Attention

In Christmas Address, Pope Bemoans ‘Grave Famine of Peace’

In Ukraine, Christmas Lights Defy Darkness of War, and Children Ask for Peace

Winter Storm Leaves Buffalo and Its Region Reeling

December 24

In Buffalo, it was ‘a very, very bad night in our community.’

Jingle Bell Time Is a Swell Time to Decide About a 2024 Campaign

How the Worst Fears for Democracy Were Averted in 2022

Like a Walk-In Freezer: Pre-Holiday Storm Pummels the Nation

December 23

Drivers were stranded overnight in a jam on a snowy Kentucky highway.

Winter Storm Disrupts Thousands of Flights on a Busy Holiday Travel Day

Inside the Jan. 6 Committee

Jan. 6 Panel Issues Final Report, Placing Blame for Capitol Riot on ‘One Man’

December 22

Will You Have a White Christmas This Year?

Sam Bankman-Fried to Be Released on $250 Million Bond With Restrictive Terms

Two Executives in Sam Bankman-Fried’s Crypto Empire Plead Guilty to Fraud

What to Know if the Winter Storm Wreaks Havoc on Your Holiday Travel

December 21

As Winter Storm Forecasts Grow Ominous, Millions Brace for the Worst

As Ukraine Readies for a Second Year at War, Prospect of Stalemate Looms

The U.S. will give Ukraine Patriot missiles for the first time.

What’s In (and Not In) the $1.7 Trillion Spending Bill

December 20

Congress Proposes More Than $44 Billion for Ukraine

6 Takeaways From the Final Jan. 6 Hearing

One Day With an Ambulance in Britain: Long Waits, Rising Frustration

Key Findings From the Jan. 6 Committee’s Report, Annotated

December 19

It’s Unclear Whether the Justice Dept. Will Take Up the Jan. 6 Panel’s Charges

Who Is Rep.-Elect George Santos? His Résumé May Be Largely Fiction.

Jan. 6 Panel to Cap 18-Month Inquiry With Final Public Session

Argentina Hits the Streets for Long-Awaited Celebration

December 18

For Messi, and Argentina, the (Extra) Wait Is Worth It

How Argentina’s Favorite Song Became the World Cup’s Soundtrack

Military Spending Surges, Creating New Boom for Arms Makers

World Cup Final Caps a Complex Saga Between Messi and Argentina

December 17

Sam Bankman-Fried Is Expected to Agree to Extradition to the U.S.

U.S. Scrutinizes Political Donations by Sam Bankman-Fried and Allies

Restaurateur, Political Donor, Tipster: The Many Roles of FTX’s Ryan Salame

For Planet Earth, This Might Be the Start of a New Age

Global Leaders Mix Sports and Diplomacy at the World Cup

December 16

In Subfreezing Cold, Waves of Russian Missiles Batter Ukraine

Just How Bad Is the ‘Tripledemic’?

Inside Mar-a-Lago, Where Thousands Partied Near Secret Files

Congress Clears Military Bill Repealing Vaccine Mandate for Troops

December 15

Bribery Case Cracks Open European Parliament — and Finds Hidden Cash

How a Sprawling Hospital Chain Ignited Its Own Staffing Crisis

An Alternate Reality: How Russia’s State TV Spins the Ukraine War

The Infrared Hunt for Russian Troops in the Battle for Bakhmut

December 14

Morocco Gave Everything. It Needed a Little More Against France.

What Fed Rate Increases Mean for Mortgages, Credit Cards and More

Federal Reserve Expected to Slow Rate Increases and Offer Hints at Future

Which Party Controls the Pennsylvania House? It’s TBD.

December 13

Musk Shakes Up Twitter’s Legal Team as He Looks to Cut More Costs

Hey Silicon Valley, It’s Time to Wear a Suit

S.E.C. Charges Sam Bankman-Fried With Defrauding FTX Investors

The Parents in the Middle of FTX’s Collapse

December 12

FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried Is Arrested in the Bahamas

Inflation Forecasts Were Wrong Last Year. Should We Believe Them Now?

Russia Is Using Old Ukrainian Missiles Against Ukraine, General Says

The Prince, the Plot and a Long-Lost Reich

December 11

Some Prisoners Remain Behind Bars in Louisiana Despite Being Deemed Free

Thousands of Teens Are Being Pushed Into Military’s Junior R.O.T.C.

Behind New York City’s Shift on Mental Health, a Solitary Quest

Kane’s Miss Will Be Another Ghost to Haunt England

December 10

‘Cuba Is Depopulating’: Largest Exodus Yet Threatens Country’s Future

Blowback Over Griner’s Release Exposes Depth of America’s Divisions

Brittney Griner Swap Puts Spotlight on Americans in Russia

Spat Over Patriot Missiles Reveals Deepening Rifts in Europe Over Ukraine

December 09

Sinema Adds Intrigue and Democratic Fury to Arizona’s 2024 Senate Race

Inside the Prisoner Swap That Freed Brittney Griner

Kyrsten Sinema Says She Will Leave the Democratic Party

Key Partner in Covax Will End Support for Middle-Income Nations

December 08

Who Is Viktor Bout, the Arms Dealer in the Swap for Brittney Griner?

Here’s a look at Brittney Griner’s case.

How Will China Turn Its Economy Back On? The World Is About to Find Out.

Peru’s President Tried to Dissolve Congress. By Day’s End, He Was Arrested.

December 07

What Do We Know About Prince Heinrich XIII of Reuss?

Germany Arrests Dozens Suspected of Planning to Overthrow Government

Warnock’s Victory Forges Democrats’ Path Through the New Battlegrounds

Congress Awards Highest Honor to Officers Who Protected the Capitol on Jan. 6

December 06

Georgia Senate Race Again Draws Huge Spending: ‘There’s Never Been Anything Like It’

House Jan. 6 Committee to Issue Criminal Referrals, Chairman Says

Warnock Claims Momentum in Georgia, as Walker Banks on Election Day Turnout

Russian Cruise Missiles Were Made Just Months Ago Despite Sanctions

December 05

Ukraine Targets Bases Deep in Russia, Showing Expanded Reach

Advice for Europeans: Bundle Up and Get Ready for Outages

War and Sanctions Threaten to Thrust Russia’s Economy Back in Time

What Video Footage Reveals About the Protests in Iran

December 04

A New Clash Between Faith and Gay Rights Arrives at a Changed Supreme Court

Iran Shutting Down Morality Police, Official Says, After Months of Protests

The Chinese Dream, Denied

What It Might Mean for Michigan to Vote Early in Democratic Primaries

December 03

In Georgia, a Heated Senate Race Stirs Mixed Emotions in Black Voters

Ukraine Calls for Evacuations From a Russian-Controlled Area, Signaling a New Offensive

Defaults Loom as Poor Countries Face an Economic Storm

The Fight Over Warnock’s Record Comes Down to an Electric Car Plant in Georgia

December 02

Democrats Move a Step Closer to Making South Carolina First Primary

Shadowy Arm of a German State Helped Russia Finish Nord Stream 2

It’s All That Young Job Seekers Are Asking For: Stability

As Officials Ease Restrictions, China Faces New Pandemic Risks

December 01

With Senate Vote, Congress Moves to Avert Rail Strike

U.S. Eyes $156 Million Yacht in Dubai Linked to a Russian Oligarch

What to Expect at the State Dinner Table: Lobster, Wine and a Reset Button

New York’s Plan to Address Crisis of Mentally Ill Faces High Hurdles

November 30

Mike Pence Plays to the G.O.P. Base From a Times Stage

House Passes Bill to Avert a Rail Strike, Moving to Impose a Labor Agreement

‘Breach of the Big Silence.’ Protests Stretch China’s Censorship to Its Limits

Watch Christian Pulisic Send the U.S. Past Iran and Into the Knockout Rounds

November 29

The U.S. Cleared a Big World Cup Hurdle. The Knockout Round Poses Another.

Congressional Leaders Say They Will Act to Prevent Rail Strike

Proud, Scared and Conflicted. What the China Protesters Told Me.

Chinese Unrest Over Lockdown Upends Global Economic Outlook

November 28

Antiwar Activists Who Flee Russia Find Detention, Not Freedom, in the U.S.

A Protest? A Vigil? In Beijing, Anxious Crowds Are Unsure How Far to Go.

Memes, Puns and Blank Sheets of Paper: China’s Creative Acts of Protest

They Were Unjustly Imprisoned. Now, They’re Profit Centers.

November 27

Why Retailers Are Trying Extra Hard to Woo Holiday Shoppers

Cheer, Chant, Clean: Japan Takes Out the Trash, and Others Get the Hint

As Gen X and Boomers Age, They Confront Living Alone

Lionel Messi Scores as Argentina Saves Its World Cup

November 26

Ukrainian Flags Are on Display All Over Maine. Why?

Artillery Is Breaking in Ukraine. It’s Becoming a Problem for the Pentagon.

At Protests, Guns Are Doing the Talking

Call It Football or Soccer. The U.S. Is Claiming It as Its Own.

November 25

Meet the House Republicans Who Will Wield Power in the New Congress

American Dreams, Honed in Leeds

This Holiday Season, the Poor Buckle Under Inflation as the Rich Spend

Balloons, Crowds and Poultry-Shaped Hats: A Thanksgiving Rite Springs Eternal

November 24

Under Missile Strikes, Ukrainians Haul Water, While Surgeons Work in the Dark

‘Every hour is getting harder’: Surgeons in Ukraine struggle to operate when the power goes out.

After 3 Mass Shootings, a Thanksgiving With 14 Empty Chairs

What We Know About the Walmart Shooting Victims

November 23

Justice Dept. Seeking to Question Pence in Jan. 6 Investigation

Shooting Makes Colorado Springs Ponder Its Past and Present

How New York City Became a Free-for-All of Unlicensed Weed

Missiles for Poland Raise Questions on NATO Stance in Ukraine War

November 22

How Immunocompromised Health Experts Are Approaching the Holidays

FTX Assets Still Missing as Firm Begins Bankruptcy Process

Ukraine War Continues to Slow Global Growth, New Report Says

For Ukraine, So Much Unexpected Success, and Yet So Far to Go

November 21

An Army Veteran Says He Went Into ‘Combat Mode’ to Disarm the Gunman

What We Know About the Colorado Springs Shooting Victims

Desperate for Growth, Aging Casino Company Embraced ‘Degenerate Gambler’

At Least 5 Dead and 25 Injured in Gunman’s Rampage at an L.G.B.T.Q. Club in Colorado

November 20

Club Q Suspect Appears to Have Been Accused of Threatening Mother With Bomb

‘I lost friends,’ says a patron who fled the Club Q shooting.

Cigars, Booze, Money: How a Lobbying Blitz Made Sports Betting Ubiquitous

In a First, Rich Countries Agree to Pay for Climate Damages in Poor Nations

November 19

Kari Lake Claims Her Voters Were Disenfranchised. Her Voters Tell a Different Story.

On Eve of World Cup, FIFA Chief Says, ‘Don’t Criticize Qatar; Criticize Me.’

The World Cup That Changed Everything

What Makes a Special Counsel ‘Special’?

November 18

Who Is Jack Smith, the New Special Counsel?

Ban on Beer Is Latest Flash Point in World Cup Culture Clash

The End of Vaccines at ‘Warp Speed’

He Was Wrongly Imprisoned at 16. Eight Years Later, He Walks Free.

November 17

Lauren Boebert’s House race is nearing a conclusion, or a recount.

Nonprofits With Ties to Democrats Plan Counteroffensive Against Congressional Investigations

How Ukraine Blew Up a Key Russian Bridge

Republicans Barely Won the House. Now Can They Run It?

November 16

How Republicans Won the House

They Called Him a Gangster Out for Revenge. The Evidence? 6 Text Messages.

Ukraine’s 15,000-Mile Lifeline

Top Republicans Face Dissent as McCarthy Wins G.O.P. Nod for Speaker

November 15

Old Latin Mass Finds New American Audience, Despite Pope’s Disapproval

Republicans’ 2022 Lesson: Voters Who Trust Elections Are More Likely to Vote

World Leaders Meet as Global Economy Faces Multiple Threats

Western Allies Look to Ukraine as a Testing Ground for Weapons

November 14

McCarthy Scrounges for Support to Become Speaker as Republicans Feud

Stymied by Protests, Iran Unleashes Its Wrath on Its Youth

Surrounded by Threats, Japan Rethinks Decades of Military Dependency

Iran and China Use Private Detectives to Spy on Dissidents in America

November 13

Russia Tried to Absorb a Ukrainian City. It Didn’t Work.

Democrats See a Blueprint in Fetterman’s Victory in Pennsylvania

North Korea Sees New Opportunities in ‘Neo-Cold War’

Voters Reject Election Deniers Running to Take Over Elections

November 12

Tracking the Mail Vote in the Uncalled House Districts

How the 2022 Midterms Became a Squeaker

Cortez Masto is within striking distance of Laxalt in Nevada.

Mark Kelly Wins Arizona Senate Race, Putting Democrats a Seat From Control

November 11

Republicans Reckon With Midterm Election Fallout

What Is COP27? And Other Questions About the Big U.N. Climate Summit

Why Some States Went in Different Directions in Midterms

Democratic Hopes Rise on Senate Control as Two States Count Votes

November 10

How Georgia’s Senate Runoff Will Work

House Republicans won or lead in 221 races, enough for a bare majority, but control remains up for grabs.

With Runaway Win, DeSantis’s Political Career Becomes Supercharged

What Many Pennsylvanians Saw in Fetterman

November 09

If Democrats Lose the House, They May Have New York to Blame

When We’ll Know: The Remaining Key Factors in Georgia, Nevada, Arizona

Five Takeaways From a Red Wave That Didn’t Reach the Shore

Deception and Trickery Are the Other Weapons in the Ukraine War

November 08

Aerial War Over Ukraine Heats Up as Russia Pounds Cities

The World’s Democracies Ask: Why Can’t America Fix Itself?

What I’m Voting For

‘A Reason to Act Faster’: World Leaders Meet on Climate Amid Other Crises

November 07

How Republicans Could Win Control of the House

Will Rain Affect Turnout Tomorrow? The Answer Is Cloudy.

Who Will Win the Battle for Congress? Four Scenarios.

Russia Looks to Private Militia to Secure a Victory in Eastern Ukraine

November 06

For Fetterman, Campaign Trail Doubles as Road to Recovery

Confidence, Anxiety and a Scramble for Votes Two Days Before the Midterms

Russia Reactivates Its Trolls and Bots Ahead of Tuesday’s Midterms

What Can U.S. Democracy Learn From Brazil?

November 05

5 Unfounded Claims About Voting in the Midterm Elections

YouTube May Have Misinformation Blind Spots, Researchers Say

Family Ties. Political Divisions.

We Pay an Ugly Cost for Ads on Twitter

November 04

‘The Crown’ Has a New Diana and Charles to Tear Apart

The Housing Market Is Worse Than You Think

Florida Restricts Doctors From Providing Gender Treatments to Minors

Moderate House Democrats Are at Risk, Putting the Majority Up for Grabs

Russia Sends Ill-Trained Draftees Into Combat Amid Losses, Analysts Say

Frustrating and Often Fruitless: The Search for Missing Russian Soldiers

Twitter’s Advertisers Pull Back as Layoffs Sweep Through Company

Democrats Promote Tough-on-Crime Credentials as Party Plays Defense

On New York’s Subways, High-Profile Crimes, High Anxiety, but Low Risk

Most Candidates Running on Crime Don’t Have Much Power to Solve It

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