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Alabama Loss Exposes Republican Fissures Amid a Democratic Surge

Alabama Loss Exposes Republican Fissures Amid a Democratic Surge

Roy S. Moore's defeat in the Alabama special election is a blow to the movement to expand Trumpism beyond President Trump.
On Baseball: Derek Jeter Was Once the Captain. But Now He’s the Apprentice.

On Baseball: Derek Jeter Was Once the Captain. But Now He’s the Apprentice.

Derek Jeter speaking in October in his new role as the executive in charge of baseball decisions for the Miami Marlins. So far, those decisions have meant sending good players elsewhere.
Rerouting Thousands: City Plans for L Train Closure

Rerouting Thousands: City Plans for L Train Closure

When the L train is closed for repairs in 2019, nearly 225,000 riders who take it beneath the East River every day will have to be rerouted.
After Police Raid Kills Man, 69, Family Asks Why Trigger Was Pulled

After Police Raid Kills Man, 69, Family Asks Why Trigger Was Pulled

A relative prayed over the body of Mario Sanabria, a 69-year-old man who was shot and killed by the police inside his Bronx apartment earlier this month.
AT&T Agrees to Contract, and Union Backs Time Warner Deal

AT&T Agrees to Contract, and Union Backs Time Warner Deal

Workers on strike outside an AT&T store in New York in May. A contract deal with the company would increase pay and job protections.

Voices From Alabama: Black Women Who Voted for Doug Jones

Exit polling shows 98 percent of female African-American voters supported Doug Jones in the Senate election in Alabama. We spoke to some of them to learn what was so important to them in this
Alabama Women ‘Make a Stand’ in First Election of the #MeToo Era

Alabama Women ‘Make a Stand’ in First Election of the #MeToo Era

An Alabama voter at a polling station in Dothan on Tuesday. Exit polls suggested that a majority of women backed Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate. Credit
Tech We’re Using: Busting the Myths About A.I. Invading Our Lives

Tech We’re Using: Busting the Myths About A.I. Invading Our Lives

Cade Metz, a technology reporter, at his desk in San Francisco. While enormous gains have been made in artificial intelligence, there is still a long way to go, he said.
Joe Biden Comforts Meghan McCain in Heartfelt Exchange on ‘The View’

Joe Biden Comforts Meghan McCain in Heartfelt Exchange on ‘The View’

Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, with his daughter Meghan McCain in August. He announced in July that he had glioblastoma, a particularly aggressive type of brain cancer.
More Victims of the California Wildfires: Avocados and Lemons

More Victims of the California Wildfires: Avocados and Lemons

The Brokaw Ranch in Ventura County, Calif., lost 80 percent of its avocado crop in a wildfire.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Omen of Alabama

Op-Ed Columnist: The Omen of Alabama

Voters waiting in line to vote in Alabama on Tuesday.
Parliament Demands Greater Say Over Brexit, Defying Theresa May

Parliament Demands Greater Say Over Brexit, Defying Theresa May

Demonstrators opposed to Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union gathered outside the Houses of Parliament in central London on Wednesday.
Republican Tax Bill Overhauls Rules Many Were Counting On

Republican Tax Bill Overhauls Rules Many Were Counting On

A graduation ceremony at Juilliard in New York. That the bills proposed eliminating or scaling back certain provisions, including tax-free tuition waivers for graduate students, showed the peril of
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s Shameless Slur Against Kirsten Gillibrand

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s Shameless Slur Against Kirsten Gillibrand

President Trump on Tuesday described Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, center, as a “lightweight” who “would do anything” for campaign contributions.
How 22,800 Write-In Votes Changed the Alabama Senate Election

How 22,800 Write-In Votes Changed the Alabama Senate Election

An Alabama voter wearing an “I Voted” sticker left a popular lunch spot in Oneonta, Ala., on Tuesday. While several factors have been cited in Doug Jones’s upset victory, some strategists have