Trump Has a Women Problem. Susan Collins, Martha McSally and Kelly Loeffler Aren’t Helping.
To be in today’s Republican Party requires a particularly gross form of self-abasement.
Earthquake Rattles Western Turkey and Greece, Leveling Buildings
The quake was centered off the coast of Samos, a Greek island, and caused major damage in the western Turkish city of Izmir.
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Vote Centers Open After a Week of Wildfires
Friday: Fires caused tens of thousands of Orange County residents to flee their homes this week. No ballots were damaged and polls will open, officials say.
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Business Updates: Eurozone Growth Rebounds but Downturn Could Be Ahead
G.D.P. in the countries that use the euro rose 12.7 percent in the third quarter, but economic output remained lower than last year. Here’s the latest.
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The Shifting Map
And what else you need to know today.
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U.S. Surpasses 9 Million Virus Cases and Sets Another Daily Record
Voters in several swing states are casting their ballots at the same time the coronavirus reaches new peaks in their communities, creating more uncertainty about how they will vote — and for whom.
2020 Election Live Updates: With Four Days Left, Trump and Biden Head for Swing States
President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr. will campaign in Wisconsin on Friday. Mr. Biden submitted an op-ed to a South Korean news agency. Minnesota must segregate ballots that arrive after 8 p.m. on Election Day, a court ruled.
Five Great Things Biden Has Already Done
We’re learning not to underestimate the guy.
The Voting Suppression Tipping Point
For years, Republicans have made it harder and harder for Americans to vote. Is that strategy backfiring?
Lies, Damned Lies and Trump Rallies
Who you gonna believe, me or your own eyes?
Holidays Must Look Different This Year. Lives Are at Stake.
This year’s holiday season will be hard. But shared sacrifice will keep coronavirus outbreaks from spreading further.
G.D.P., Florida, Octopus: Your Thursday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Still Processing Podcast: 'Waiter, There’s a Fly in Our Bubble'
Do we have enough bread crumbs to get to the truth?
What should privacy and tech policy look? Join Greg Bensinger to discuss.
Ancient Dog DNA Shows Early Spread Around the Globe
Research on fossil canine genomes is expanding and producing some surprises about the lives of dogs and humans in prehistoric times.
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Business Updates: Record U.S. Economic Growth Expected, but Problems Remain
The last major releases of economic data before the election are expected to show significant gains, but an incomplete recovery. Here’s the latest.
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Where the Virus Is Less Bad
And what else you need to know today.
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The Field: The Specter of Political Violence
The election anxieties of Americans across the political spectrum are visible in an alarming place: gun sales figures.
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Nice Knife Attack Being Treated as Terrorism
At least two people were killed at a church in the southern city of Nice.
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Like Outdoor Dining? Try Outdoor Shopping
Stores will be allowed to use nearby spaces outside to display merchandise and conduct transactions, under a program announced by the mayor.
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Survival Rates Increase, and Not Just Because of Younger Patients
Death rates dropped as understanding of the disease improved, researchers said. In Europe, unemployed young people face a tough path. Here’s the latest.
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2020 Election Live Updates: Trump and Biden, in Tampa on Same Day, Will Offer Voters Close-Up Contrast
For the two candidates, whose paths have rarely crossed during the campaign, the Florida visit is an opportunity to highlight differences. The Supreme Court will allow election officials in Pennsylvania and North Carolina, two key battlegrounds, to accept ballots after Election Day.
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Supreme Court to Let PA, NC Accept Absentee Ballots After Election Day
The pair of decisions were welcomed by Democrats. Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who was expected to cast a deciding vote, did not participate in either decision.
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Wedding and Birthday Party Infect 56 with Coronavirus in Long Island
“This kind of blatant disregard for the well-being of others is not only extremely disappointing; it will not be tolerated,” a Long Island official said.
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Europe, 2020 Election, Dodgers: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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The Best of the Kennedys?
Neal Gabler’s “Catching the Wind” makes clear that Ted Kennedy’s record in the Senate far outshone the legislative accomplishments of his brothers.
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Supreme Court Won’t Speed a Do-Over on Pennsylvania’s Ballot Deadlines
The court deadlocked last week in the same case, but Justice Amy Coney Barrett did not participate in the second request for review.
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Republicans Blast Social Media C.E.O.s While Democrats Deride Hearing
Republican senators accused the leaders of Twitter, Facebook and Google of censorship. Democrats denounced that as posturing.
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Listen to the Modern Love Podcast
When it comes to forbidden love, a “romantic plan isn’t enough.”
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Biden Holds 8-Point Lead in Michigan as He Tries to Reconstruct the ‘Blue Wall’
While President Trump counted Michigan as one of his most surprising victories in 2016, he is struggling to maintain support among white voters in the state this year.
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