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The Luck of the Democrats

The Luck of the Democrats

An effigy of Donald Trump in front of the New York Stock Exchange last December.
I Have a Green Card Now. But Am I Welcome?

I Have a Green Card Now. But Am I Welcome?

Salvadorans fleeing violence at home traveled in Guatemala on Friday as part of a migrant caravan headed to the United States.
Gunman in Yoga Studio Shooting Recorded Misogynistic Videos and Faced Battery Charges

Gunman in Yoga Studio Shooting Recorded Misogynistic Videos and Faced Battery Charges

The police in Tallahassee, Fla., said Scott Beierle, 40, shot and killed two women at a yoga studio on Friday before shooting and killing himself.
Trump and the Hart-less Presidency

Trump and the Hart-less Presidency

Former Democratic presidential hopeful Gary Hart in Morrison, Colo.
U.S. Continues Giving Aid to Central America and to Millions of Venezuelan Refugees

U.S. Continues Giving Aid to Central America and to Millions of Venezuelan Refugees

A Venezuelan holding a girl at a health post for migrants in Cucuta, along Colombia’s border with Venezuela, in July. Two million to three million people have fled Venezuela in recent years.
G.O.P. Sees Trump’s Playbook as Best Hope in Some Tight Races

G.O.P. Sees Trump’s Playbook as Best Hope in Some Tight Races

President Trump has visited West Virginia eight times, including a visit on Friday to a congressional district that is 93 percent white. Republicans worry his outreach and agenda risk shrinking the
Weekend Reads: Get Ready to Cheer On Marathon Runners

Weekend Reads: Get Ready to Cheer On Marathon Runners

A runner catches a high five in Central Park during last year’s marathon.
Rural America’s Own Private Flint: Polluted Water Too Dangerous to Drink

Rural America’s Own Private Flint: Polluted Water Too Dangerous to Drink

Nitrates, a common farming byproduct from manure spreading, have been linked to an array of serious health risks.
HBO Disavows Trump’s Reference to ‘Game of Thrones’ Trademark Phrase

HBO Disavows Trump’s Reference to ‘Game of Thrones’ Trademark Phrase

President Trump, pictured at a rally in West Virginia, tweeted out a reference to “Game of Thrones” on Friday. HBO asked that its trademark phrase be kept out of politics.
Steve King, for a Change, Faces a Battle for House Seat in Iowa

Steve King, for a Change, Faces a Battle for House Seat in Iowa

Representative Steve King was expecting to glide to victory in Iowa — but his history of racist remarks has become an issue in his tightening race.
Anguished by ‘Spiral of Hate,’ Charleston Pastor and Pittsburgh Rabbi Grieve as One

Anguished by ‘Spiral of Hate,’ Charleston Pastor and Pittsburgh Rabbi Grieve as One

The Rev. Eric S.C. Manning, who leads Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., left, and Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, of the Tree of Life congregation in Pittsburgh.
A Nation in Turmoil Prepares to Deliver a Verdict on Trump

A Nation in Turmoil Prepares to Deliver a Verdict on Trump

President Trump is not on the ballot in this year’s elections, but the vote on Tuesday is widely seen as a referendum on him, and the results will affect the remainder of his term.
The Year of the Woman’s Activism: Marches, Phone Banks, Postcards, More

The Year of the Woman’s Activism: Marches, Phone Banks, Postcards, More

Joni Novotnak, left, and Lori Barnett, members of the Fogelsville Huddle, made phone calls at the campaign headquarters for Susan Wild, a Democratic house candidate, in Bethlehem, Pa., earlier this
American Glamping: Can You Curate a Town?

American Glamping: Can You Curate a Town?

Ambika Conroy at her store, Ambika Boutique, in downtown Mountain Dale, N.Y.
Jimmy Buffett and ‘MAGA’ Hats: Scenes From the U.S. Just Before a Tight Election

Jimmy Buffett and ‘MAGA’ Hats: Scenes From the U.S. Just Before a Tight Election

Volunteers with Josh Hawley’s Republican Senate campaign canvassed for voters in Chesterfield, Mo., on Saturday.