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Donald Trump Is No Richard Nixon

Donald Trump Is No Richard Nixon

He — and his party — is much, much worse.
How a City Besieged by the Virus Turned Out to Be Heard

How a City Besieged by the Virus Turned Out to Be Heard

New Yorkers who were dutifully shutting themselves in now feel liberated, showing up by the tens of thousands for the protests.
Trump’s Approval Slips Where He Can’t Afford to Lose It: Among Evangelicals

Trump’s Approval Slips Where He Can’t Afford to Lose It: Among Evangelicals

Polls and private concerns from top social conservatives show the president’s standing with the cornerstone of his base isn’t what it used to be. A photo op with the Bible was supposed to help fix
New York Times Says Senator’s Op-Ed Did Not Meet Standards

New York Times Says Senator’s Op-Ed Did Not Meet Standards

After a staff uproar, The Times says the editing process was “rushed.” Senator Tom Cotton’s “Send In the Troops” essay is now under review.
German Prosecutors Dash Hopes of Finding Madeleine McCann Alive

German Prosecutors Dash Hopes of Finding Madeleine McCann Alive

The German man the authorities now suspect of murdering the British child in 2007 was previously convicted of sexually abusing children, theft and dealing drugs.
Coronavirus Surges in Middle East, Africa, Latin America and South Asia

Coronavirus Surges in Middle East, Africa, Latin America and South Asia

As the West settles into a grinding battle with the disease, the virus surges across the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and South Asia.
Doctors Heavily Overprescribed Antibiotics Early in the Pandemic

Doctors Heavily Overprescribed Antibiotics Early in the Pandemic

Now they are using lessons from the experience to urge action on the growing problem of drug-resistant infections before it’s too late.
Russian-Backed Libyan Commander Retreats From Tripoli

Russian-Backed Libyan Commander Retreats From Tripoli

Belligerents on all sides of the Libyan conflict, including Turkey, Russia and the U.A.E., are preparing for a new stage after a pullback by the forces of the commander, Khalifa Hifter.
Two Huge Covid-19 Studies Are Retracted After Scientists Sound Alarms

Two Huge Covid-19 Studies Are Retracted After Scientists Sound Alarms

The reports, published in two leading journals, were retracted after authors could not verify an enormous database of medical records.
Chinese Hackers Target Email Accounts of Biden Campaign Staff, Google Says

Chinese Hackers Target Email Accounts of Biden Campaign Staff, Google Says

The technology giant also confirmed reports that Iran had targeted President Trump’s campaign, underscoring the persistent threat of hackers in the 2020 election.
Reading Recommendations From Black Cultural Figures

Reading Recommendations From Black Cultural Figures

Janet Mock, Trevor Noah and others featured in T share their favorite books.
Russia Jumps on George Floyd Killing as Proof of U.S. Hypocrisy

Russia Jumps on George Floyd Killing as Proof of U.S. Hypocrisy

The turmoil in America has served two Kremlin goals: deflecting criticism of its own record and underscoring its message that protests cause chaos.
Rare Stock Tweak During Pandemic Adds Millions to a C.E.O.’s Potential Payout

Rare Stock Tweak During Pandemic Adds Millions to a C.E.O.’s Potential Payout

Raytheon Technologies, the defense contractor, reset the stock price it would use to calculate certain compensation for its chief and other employees.
Art That Confronts and Challenges Racism: Start Here

Art That Confronts and Challenges Racism: Start Here

Our writers suggest works that illuminate and tackle issues of police brutality, social injustice and racial inequity.
Eight: ‘We Go All’

Eight: ‘We Go All’

One QAnon believer’s journey through faith and loss — and what becomes of reality as we move online.
Why Some Democrats Worry About the Whiteness of Biden’s Inner Circle

Why Some Democrats Worry About the Whiteness of Biden’s Inner Circle

Even as his team adds people of color, allies worry that a lack of diverse viewpoints at the top could come with a steep cost: the possibility of taking for granted his strength with black voters.
Trump, Citing Pandemic, Moves to Weaken Two Key Environmental Protections

Trump, Citing Pandemic, Moves to Weaken Two Key Environmental Protections

Twin environmental actions set for Thursday underscored the president’s push to roll back regulations as the coronavirus crisis continues.
2,000 Free Meals a Night, Seasoned by Silicon Valley Chefs

2,000 Free Meals a Night, Seasoned by Silicon Valley Chefs

With unemployment soaring in this region of haves and have-nots, a local Boys and Girls Club has transformed into a pop-up takeout operation to feed the most disadvantaged.
‘Europe Finally Got the Message’: Leaders Act Together on Stimulus

‘Europe Finally Got the Message’: Leaders Act Together on Stimulus

New measures by the European Central Bank and the German government to combat the economic damage caused by the pandemic have exceeded expectations.