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A Democratic Rout in Orange County: Cisneros’s Win Makes It Four

A Democratic Rout in Orange County: Cisneros’s Win Makes It Four

Gil Cisneros, a Democratic candidate for the House, speaking at an election night party in Fullerton, Calif. Days later, he was declared the winner in his race against Young Kim.
Notre Dame 36, Syracuse 3: With Poise and Pinstripes, Notre Dame Rolls Past Syracuse in the Bronx

Notre Dame 36, Syracuse 3: With Poise and Pinstripes, Notre Dame Rolls Past Syracuse in the Bronx

Notre Dame’s Alohi Gilman ended up with the ball after he barreled into Syracuse receiver Taj Harris in the second quarter. Gilman then ran 54 yards with the interception, setting up a touchdown.
Trump, Touring Fire Ruins in California, Repeats Disputed Claim on Forest Management

Trump, Touring Fire Ruins in California, Repeats Disputed Claim on Forest Management

President Trump touring Paradise, Calif., the town in the Sierra Nevada foothills where many homes were decimated, on Saturday.
Zuckerberg Defends Company in Friday Meeting With Employees

Zuckerberg Defends Company in Friday Meeting With Employees

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Facebook, this past summer. Mr. Zuckerberg and other top executives fielded questions from company employees at a meeting on Friday.
White Kansas Official’s ‘Master Race’ Comment Draws Calls for His Resignation

White Kansas Official’s ‘Master Race’ Comment Draws Calls for His Resignation

Louis Klemp, center, a county commissioner in Leavenworth County, Kan., addressed Triveece Penelton, who is at the lectern. Mr. Klemp is under fire after using the term “master race” while speaking to
Hundreds of Thousands in France Protest Taxes by Blocking Roads

Hundreds of Thousands in France Protest Taxes by Blocking Roads

People wearing yellow vests, a symbol of a French drivers’ protest against higher fuel prices, block the motorway in Antibes, France, on Saturday.
Andrew Gillum Concedes to Ron DeSantis in Florida Governor’s Race

Andrew Gillum Concedes to Ron DeSantis in Florida Governor’s Race

Ron DeSantis with his wife, Casey, on election night. He was elected governor of Florida after a contentious recount.
Will Theresa May Be ‘Poleaxed’? The Tories Turn to Poison-Pen Letters

Will Theresa May Be ‘Poleaxed’? The Tories Turn to Poison-Pen Letters

The British prime minister, Theresa May, leaving 10 Downing Street in London on Friday. She is facing a potential revolt from within her own Conservative party.
news analysis: These Americans Are Done With Politics

news analysis: These Americans Are Done With Politics

Bruce Bell at home in Whitmore Lake, Mich., with Khloe, 4, one of his four children.
Trump Is Beginning to Lose His Grip

Trump Is Beginning to Lose His Grip

People vote at the Scott County Courthouse in Georgetown, Ky., earlier this month.
Op-Ed Columnist: Too Rich to Jail

Op-Ed Columnist: Too Rich to Jail

Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, flanked by other cabinet members, attended a ceremony at the White House on Friday.
The Dangerous Naïveté of Trump and Xi

The Dangerous Naïveté of Trump and Xi

President Trump and President Xi Jinping of China in Beijing last November.
America’s Election Grid Remains a Patchwork of Vulnerabilities

America’s Election Grid Remains a Patchwork of Vulnerabilities

A polling center in Kirkwood, Mo. As Americans cast their ballots in the midterms this month, confusion and errors across the country once again tested confidence in the vote.
Facebook Fallout Ruptures Democrats’ Longtime Alliance With Silicon Valley

Facebook Fallout Ruptures Democrats’ Longtime Alliance With Silicon Valley

Senators showing a post about a fictitious “Miners for Trump” rally as representatives of Facebook, Google and Twitter testified on Russian misinformation last year.
In California, One Community Reflects on a Fire as Others Still Burn

In California, One Community Reflects on a Fire as Others Still Burn

The hills in Ojai, Calif., are still bare after the Thomas Fire swept through last year.
A Gay Councilman in Texas, Ousted From Office, Says He Was Blackmailed With Naked Photos

A Gay Councilman in Texas, Ousted From Office, Says He Was Blackmailed With Naked Photos

Cross Coburn, 19, a former councilman in Groves, Tex., speaking during a City Council meeting on Thursday.
A School Strike That Never Quite Ended

A School Strike That Never Quite Ended

Members of City Council Against Poverty visit the second-grade classroom of Martin Goldberg at P.S. 87 in the Ocean Hill-Brownsville School District in 1968.
What if Holidays Could Save the Planet?

What if Holidays Could Save the Planet?

With the 2009 White House Christmas tree, Barack and Michelle Obama ushered in an era of eco-friendly consciousness. They trimmed it with energy-saving LED lights and recycled ornaments.