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Winning the House Is Not Nothing

Winning the House Is Not Nothing

President Trump at Andrews Air Force Base early on Tuesday.
Cameroon Students Have Been Released, Officials Say

Cameroon Students Have Been Released, Officials Say

Government soldiers in Ekona, Cameroon, last month. The military’s response to separatists in the country, a largely ragtag group of fighters who use homemade guns and take orders from leaders living
Best of Late Night: Colbert Grabs the Bourbon, Less Forlornly Than 2016

Best of Late Night: Colbert Grabs the Bourbon, Less Forlornly Than 2016

After reporting that Senator Ted Cruz had been re-elected, Stephen Colbert corked open what he called his emergency drink.
What We Don’t Know About Amazon’s Split HQ2

What We Don’t Know About Amazon’s Split HQ2

The Long Island City neighborhood of Queens, with Manhattan in the background.
Frugal Traveler: How to Ski for Less This Winter

Frugal Traveler: How to Ski for Less This Winter

The town of Jackson, as seen from Snow King Mountain Resort
Democrats Finally Control the Power in Albany. What Will They Do With It?

Democrats Finally Control the Power in Albany. What Will They Do With It?

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo declared New York the “progressive capital of the nation” after his win on Tuesday night.
What Gives the Logo Its Legs

What Gives the Logo Its Legs

Celebrating Fendi Mania at the Fendi store on Madison Avenue.

A Night of Firsts in the Midterm Elections

The first Native American and Muslim women elected to Congress. The first female governors in Maine and South Dakota. Here are some of the new leaders who will soon be taking office.
Midterm Election Results: 4 Key Takeaways

Midterm Election Results: 4 Key Takeaways

Abigail Spanberger flipped a House seat in the suburbs of Richmond, Va.
Ben Stiller Goes Darker for a Real-Life Prison Break

Ben Stiller Goes Darker for a Real-Life Prison Break

With “Escape at Dannemora,” Ben Stiller has aimed to deliver a gritty, intense drama that calls to mind the dark thrillers of the 1970s.
Pompeo Meeting With North Korean Diplomat Postponed

Pompeo Meeting With North Korean Diplomat Postponed

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, right, and Kim Yong-chol, North Korea’s leading nuclear weapons negotiator, in Pyongyang, North Korea, in July. They had been scheduled to meet in New York this week.
Breaking Barriers, Letitia James Is Elected New York Attorney General

Breaking Barriers, Letitia James Is Elected New York Attorney General

During the campaign, Letitia James emphasized that she would continue to use the New York attorney general’s office to contest the policies of President Trump.
Tony Evers Wins Wisconsin Governor’s Race, Beating Scott Walker

Tony Evers Wins Wisconsin Governor’s Race, Beating Scott Walker

Tony Evers said that Scott Walker’s conservative policies had hurt the state’s school system, left roads to decay and had destroyed environmental protections.
Women Lead Parade of Victories to Help Democrats Win House

Women Lead Parade of Victories to Help Democrats Win House

Sharice Davids, left, celebrated with her mother after defeating her Republican opponent, Representative Kevin Yoder, in a race for Kansas’ Third Congressional District.
Russian Trolls Were at It Again Before Midterms, Facebook Says

Russian Trolls Were at It Again Before Midterms, Facebook Says

Facebook said Tuesday evening that in recent days it took down accounts linked to the same Russian group tied to a vast disinformation campaign in 2016.
House Democrats’ Agenda: Ethics, Infrastructure and Medical Legislation

House Democrats’ Agenda: Ethics, Infrastructure and Medical Legislation

Nancy Pelosi, the House Democratic Leader, and Representative Ben Ray Luján spoke at an election night party in Washington on Tuesday.