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Why the Justice Dept. Will Have Far Fewer Watchdogs in Polling Places

Why the Justice Dept. Will Have Far Fewer Watchdogs in Polling Places

Early voting this month in Avondale, Ariz. Many Arizonans waited for hours to vote during primary elections in March after polling places were closed to cut costs.
As ID Laws Fall, Voters See New Barriers Rise

As ID Laws Fall, Voters See New Barriers Rise

Early voting last week at the Central Library in Madison, Wis. Much of Wisconsin’s restrictive elections law was invalidated in July.
Trump, Waking a ‘Sleeping Giant,’ Helps Clinton Build an Unlikely Firewall

Trump, Waking a ‘Sleeping Giant,’ Helps Clinton Build an Unlikely Firewall

Stacey Abrams, Democratic leader in the Georgia House of Representatives, urging people to vote in Decatur, Ga., last week. The booming Atlanta suburbs, she said, had given Democrats a chance to win
Britain’s Increase in Hate Crimes Is Tied to Changes in How They Are Reported

Britain’s Increase in Hate Crimes Is Tied to Changes in How They Are Reported

A memorial at a shopping center in Harlow, England, where Arkadiusz Jozwik, a Polish man, was killed in August.
Race/Related: Trump and Identity

Race/Related: Trump and Identity

Clinton supporters outside P.S. 9, Prospect Heights.
Obama Urges Donald Trump to Send ‘Signals of Unity’ to Minority Groups and Women

Obama Urges Donald Trump to Send ‘Signals of Unity’ to Minority Groups and Women

The president said Mr. Trump should reach out to voters alienated by his campaign, and declined to comment on the selection of Stephen K. Bannon as senior counselor.
Trump Camp’s Talk of Registry and Japanese Internment Raises Muslims’ Fears

Trump Camp’s Talk of Registry and Japanese Internment Raises Muslims’ Fears

Former Navy SEAL Carl Higbie interviewed by Megyn Kelly.
To Hire Diverse Leaders, M.L.B. Looks Inward

To Hire Diverse Leaders, M.L.B. Looks Inward

“We need to do a better job of making sure we hire, at the entry levels, minority candidates that we can promote and develop,” said Rob Manfred, the commissioner of Major League Baseball.
Alghero Journal: Italy’s Last Bastion of Catalan Language Struggles to Keep It Alive

Alghero Journal: Italy’s Last Bastion of Catalan Language Struggles to Keep It Alive

A street in Alghero, a port city in Sardinia. The traditional insularity of Alghero has helped to preserve Catalan, but the language is fading even here.
How the American Electorate Is Changing

How the American Electorate Is Changing

Voters cast their ballots at a polling station in Flint, Mich., this month.
Loaded Phrase: Why Trump’s Use of the Words ‘Urban Renewal’ Is Scary for Cities

Loaded Phrase: Why Trump’s Use of the Words ‘Urban Renewal’ Is Scary for Cities

A demolition zone in the Hill District in Pittsburgh in 1957, in an area of historically African-American neighborhoods.
Women’s March and Bikers for Trump Claim Inaugural Demonstration Spots

Women’s March and Bikers for Trump Claim Inaugural Demonstration Spots

Students marched along the National Mall during a protest against President-elect Donald Trump in Washington, in November.
In Cancer Trials, Minorities Face Extra Hurdles

In Cancer Trials, Minorities Face Extra Hurdles

K.T. Jones has an aggressive type of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Getting immunotherapy in a clinical trial has kept him alive far past expectations. But few black patients participate in clinical trials.
In Cancer Trials, Minorities Face Extra Hurdles

In Cancer Trials, Minorities Face Extra Hurdles

K.T. Jones has an aggressive type of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Getting immunotherapy in a clinical trial has kept him alive far past expectations. But few black patients participate in clinical trials.
In Cancer Trials, Minorities Face Extra Hurdles

In Cancer Trials, Minorities Face Extra Hurdles

K.T. Jones has an aggressive type of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Getting immunotherapy in a clinical trial has kept him alive far past expectations. But few black patients participate in clinical trials.
In Cancer Trials, Minorities Face Extra Hurdles

In Cancer Trials, Minorities Face Extra Hurdles

K.T. Jones has an aggressive type of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Getting immunotherapy in a clinical trial has kept him alive far past expectations. But few black patients participate in clinical trials.