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I Almost Flipped a Deep Red District. Here’s What I Learned.

I Almost Flipped a Deep Red District. Here’s What I Learned.

Lead with values. Promote common-sense policies. And don’t give up on rural voters.
It’s Time to Talk to Iran

It’s Time to Talk to Iran

With tensions rising in the Middle East and Iran suffering under sanctions, this may be the last best opportunity to walk back from the brink.
Turning Off the Lights in California

Turning Off the Lights in California

The state faces enormous challenges to prevent the catastrophic wildfires of recent years.
Kanye West and the Cult of Personality

Kanye West and the Cult of Personality

The artist’s Sunday Service concerts have afforded him grace in the face of controversy. But a lot has changed since he made “Jesus Walks.”
What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 6

What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 6

Lamar Jackson rolled over Cincinnati, the 49ers stayed undefeated, and the Jets, Redskins and Cardinals all, somehow, won.
Syria Live Updates: Assad’s Army Moves Into Strategic Town

Syria Live Updates: Assad’s Army Moves Into Strategic Town

Hours after the Kurds forged a deal with the Syrian government, an American foe, the Syrian Army raced northwest to help battle Turkish-led forces.
Columbus Day: Racism Charge in Debate Over Monuments

Columbus Day: Racism Charge in Debate Over Monuments

Actor Chazz Palminteri apologized for calling the mayor's wife a racist. Then he asked again for a statue honoring Mother Cabrini.

A Guide to the Queen’s Speech: Crown Jewels, Black Rod and a Mace

Proceedings in the British Parliament on Monday are a nod to hundreds of years of history. But Brexit loomed over the ceremonies.
Jane Smiley on What St. Louis Tells Us About America

Jane Smiley on What St. Louis Tells Us About America

The author finds her hometown perhaps the most enlightening spot in America for exploring what America really is.
Back in Action at the Debate, Bernie Sanders Has Much to Prove

Back in Action at the Debate, Bernie Sanders Has Much to Prove

Two weeks after his heart attack, the Vermont senator will be trying to convince voters he has the strength to run a forceful campaign.
The Bar That Has Fed SoHo for Almost a Century

The Bar That Has Fed SoHo for Almost a Century

Fanelli’s, on the corner of Mercer and Prince Streets, is a bastion of old New York beloved by artists and tourists alike.
Fly Fishing Is the New Bird-Watching

Fly Fishing Is the New Bird-Watching

It’s the latest “old timey” hobby to gain a dedicated new following.
Missing From Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 Surge: Democratic Endorsements

Missing From Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 Surge: Democratic Endorsements

Despite Ms. Warren’s upward momentum in polls and fund-raising, she lacks the support of a single governor, big-city mayor or fellow senator outside Massachusetts.
‘Faithless Electors’ Could Tip the 2020 Election. Will the Supreme Court Stop Them?

‘Faithless Electors’ Could Tip the 2020 Election. Will the Supreme Court Stop Them?

A new petition asks the justices to rule quickly, before the next election, on whether members of the Electoral College may vote their consciences.
Helping Teenagers Quit Vaping

Helping Teenagers Quit Vaping

As vaping deaths rise, quitting has a new urgency. But experts say withdrawal can be even more challenging than from conventional cigarettes.
Catalan Separatist Leaders Get Lengthy Prison Terms for Sedition

Catalan Separatist Leaders Get Lengthy Prison Terms for Sedition

Spain’s Supreme Court gave the former deputy leader of Catalonia, Oriol Junqueras, the longest sentence, 13 years, for his role in the independence movement.
He Tried E-Cigarettes to Quit Smoking. Doctors Say Vaping Led to His Death.

He Tried E-Cigarettes to Quit Smoking. Doctors Say Vaping Led to His Death.

Months after John Steffen died in Nebraska, officials said his death was part of a mysterious outbreak of vaping-related deaths and illnesses.
Wall Street’s Sky-High Expectations Are About to Collide With Reality

Wall Street’s Sky-High Expectations Are About to Collide With Reality

As companies start reporting quarterly earnings this week, what they say about the future could jolt the stock market.
Read the Polls. Debate Them. Definitely Don’t Count on Them.

Read the Polls. Debate Them. Definitely Don’t Count on Them.

The first College Football Playoff ranking is still three weeks away. Players and coaches say the other polls are intriguing, but mostly potentially season-crippling distractions.