Most Candidates Running on Crime Don’t Have Much Power to Solve It
On New York’s Subways, High-Profile Crimes, High Anxiety, but Low Risk
Democrats Promote Tough-on-Crime Credentials as Party Plays Defense
Twitter’s Advertisers Pull Back as Layoffs Sweep Through Company
Frustrating and Often Fruitless: The Search for Missing Russian Soldiers
Russia Sends Ill-Trained Draftees Into Combat Amid Losses, Analysts Say
Moderate House Democrats Are at Risk, Putting the Majority Up for Grabs
Florida Restricts Doctors From Providing Gender Treatments to Minors
The Housing Market Is Worse Than You Think
‘The Crown’ Has a New Diana and Charles to Tear Apart
We Pay an Ugly Cost for Ads on Twitter
Family Ties. Political Divisions.
YouTube May Have Misinformation Blind Spots, Researchers Say
5 Unfounded Claims About Voting in the Midterm Elections
What Can U.S. Democracy Learn From Brazil?
Russia Reactivates Its Trolls and Bots Ahead of Tuesday’s Midterms
Confidence, Anxiety and a Scramble for Votes Two Days Before the Midterms
For Fetterman, Campaign Trail Doubles as Road to Recovery
Russia Looks to Private Militia to Secure a Victory in Eastern Ukraine
Who Will Win the Battle for Congress? Four Scenarios.
Will Rain Affect Turnout Tomorrow? The Answer Is Cloudy.
How Republicans Could Win Control of the House
‘A Reason to Act Faster’: World Leaders Meet on Climate Amid Other Crises
What I’m Voting For
The World’s Democracies Ask: Why Can’t America Fix Itself?
Aerial War Over Ukraine Heats Up as Russia Pounds Cities
Deception and Trickery Are the Other Weapons in the Ukraine War
Five Takeaways From a Red Wave That Didn’t Reach the Shore
When We’ll Know: The Remaining Key Factors in Georgia, Nevada, Arizona
If Democrats Lose the House, They May Have New York to Blame
What Many Pennsylvanians Saw in Fetterman
With Runaway Win, DeSantis’s Political Career Becomes Supercharged
House Republicans won or lead in 221 races, enough for a bare majority, but control remains up for grabs.
How Georgia’s Senate Runoff Will Work
Democratic Hopes Rise on Senate Control as Two States Count Votes
Why Some States Went in Different Directions in Midterms
What Is COP27? And Other Questions About the Big U.N. Climate Summit
Republicans Reckon With Midterm Election Fallout
Mark Kelly Wins Arizona Senate Race, Putting Democrats a Seat From Control
Cortez Masto is within striking distance of Laxalt in Nevada.
How the 2022 Midterms Became a Squeaker
Tracking the Mail Vote in the Uncalled House Districts
Voters Reject Election Deniers Running to Take Over Elections
North Korea Sees New Opportunities in ‘Neo-Cold War’
Democrats See a Blueprint in Fetterman’s Victory in Pennsylvania
Russia Tried to Absorb a Ukrainian City. It Didn’t Work.
Iran and China Use Private Detectives to Spy on Dissidents in America
Surrounded by Threats, Japan Rethinks Decades of Military Dependency
Stymied by Protests, Iran Unleashes Its Wrath on Its Youth
McCarthy Scrounges for Support to Become Speaker as Republicans Feud
Western Allies Look to Ukraine as a Testing Ground for Weapons
World Leaders Meet as Global Economy Faces Multiple Threats
Republicans’ 2022 Lesson: Voters Who Trust Elections Are More Likely to Vote
Old Latin Mass Finds New American Audience, Despite Pope’s Disapproval
Top Republicans Face Dissent as McCarthy Wins G.O.P. Nod for Speaker
Ukraine’s 15,000-Mile Lifeline
They Called Him a Gangster Out for Revenge. The Evidence? 6 Text Messages.
How Republicans Won the House
Republicans Barely Won the House. Now Can They Run It?
How Ukraine Blew Up a Key Russian Bridge
Nonprofits With Ties to Democrats Plan Counteroffensive Against Congressional Investigations
Lauren Boebert’s House race is nearing a conclusion, or a recount.
He Was Wrongly Imprisoned at 16. Eight Years Later, He Walks Free.
The End of Vaccines at ‘Warp Speed’
Ban on Beer Is Latest Flash Point in World Cup Culture Clash
Who Is Jack Smith, the New Special Counsel?
What Makes a Special Counsel ‘Special’?
The World Cup That Changed Everything
On Eve of World Cup, FIFA Chief Says, ‘Don’t Criticize Qatar; Criticize Me.’
Kari Lake Claims Her Voters Were Disenfranchised. Her Voters Tell a Different Story.
In a First, Rich Countries Agree to Pay for Climate Damages in Poor Nations
Cigars, Booze, Money: How a Lobbying Blitz Made Sports Betting Ubiquitous
‘I lost friends,’ says a patron who fled the Club Q shooting.
Club Q Suspect Appears to Have Been Accused of Threatening Mother With Bomb
At Least 5 Dead and 25 Injured in Gunman’s Rampage at an L.G.B.T.Q. Club in Colorado
Desperate for Growth, Aging Casino Company Embraced ‘Degenerate Gambler’
What We Know About the Colorado Springs Shooting Victims
An Army Veteran Says He Went Into ‘Combat Mode’ to Disarm the Gunman
For Ukraine, So Much Unexpected Success, and Yet So Far to Go
Ukraine War Continues to Slow Global Growth, New Report Says
FTX Assets Still Missing as Firm Begins Bankruptcy Process
How Immunocompromised Health Experts Are Approaching the Holidays
Missiles for Poland Raise Questions on NATO Stance in Ukraine War
How New York City Became a Free-for-All of Unlicensed Weed
Shooting Makes Colorado Springs Ponder Its Past and Present
Justice Dept. Seeking to Question Pence in Jan. 6 Investigation
What We Know About the Walmart Shooting Victims
After 3 Mass Shootings, a Thanksgiving With 14 Empty Chairs
‘Every hour is getting harder’: Surgeons in Ukraine struggle to operate when the power goes out.
Under Missile Strikes, Ukrainians Haul Water, While Surgeons Work in the Dark
Balloons, Crowds and Poultry-Shaped Hats: A Thanksgiving Rite Springs Eternal
This Holiday Season, the Poor Buckle Under Inflation as the Rich Spend
American Dreams, Honed in Leeds
Meet the House Republicans Who Will Wield Power in the New Congress
Call It Football or Soccer. The U.S. Is Claiming It as Its Own.
At Protests, Guns Are Doing the Talking
Artillery Is Breaking in Ukraine. It’s Becoming a Problem for the Pentagon.