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March Peacefully or ‘Take the Streets’? Protesters Debate What Comes Next

What began as a protest over one man’s death in police custody in Minneapolis has grown into a nationwide movement with diverse activists, tactics and demands.

Coronavirus Live Updates: Germany Will Lift E.U. Travel Ban

Epidemiologists said protests around the United States would almost certainly lead to more cases. Republicans are seeking a new city to host their convention. The premier American health agency failed on several fronts to keep up with the pandemic, a...

Primary Elections Happen Against Backdrop of Protests, Police and a Pandemic

A day of disrupted voting across the country produced a notable result in Iowa, where Steve King, who was ostracized after he questioned why white supremacy was offensive, was denied a 10th term.

A World War II Flag Taken During a Reno Protest is Returned

The U.S.S. Reno flag was anonymously returned with a note that said it “needed protecting.”

Live Updates on George Floyd Protests: Latest News and Video

The eighth day of protests was largely peaceful, with only sporadic reports of looting overnight. Washington is becoming a heavily armed fortress, and criticism of President Trump’s response is mounting.

A Latter-Day Rip Van Winkle Emerges, Blinking, Into the Post-Virus World

Daniel Thorson went into a silent retreat in mid-March, meditating through 75 coronavirus news cycles, Boris Johnson’s hospitalization, social distancing and sourdough starter. Now he’s catching up.

Pandemic Could Scar a Generation of Working Mothers

Some economists hope the domestic imbalances exposed by women working from home could lead to structural and cultural changes, like better child care.

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Steve King Sinks in Iowa

Protesters went back to the streets and, oh, elections took place: This is your morning tip sheet.

When Jail Becomes Normal

And what else you need to know today.

In Los Angeles, the Ghosts of Rodney King and Watts Rise Again

Los Angeles has been one of America’s reference points for racial unrest. This time protesters are bringing their anger to the people they say need to hear it most: the white and wealthy.

The Journalism Students Helping The Times Cover California

A collaboration between the National desk and the University of California-Berkeley offered a chance at “public service work during this unparalleled time.”

Rod Rosenstein, Key Figure in Russia Investigation, Is to Testify Today

A year after he stepped down as deputy attorney general, Republican senators have called Mr. Rosenstein to testify about his handling of the inquiry.

How Trump’s Idea for a Photo Op Led to Havoc in a Park

When the history of the Trump presidency is written, the clash with protesters that preceded President Trump’s walk across Lafayette Square may be remembered as one of its defining moments.

Steve King, House Republican With a History of Racist Remarks, Loses Primary

Mr. King, one of the nation’s most divisive elected officials, saw his power in Congress curtailed last year after he questioned why white supremacy was considered offensive.

Teresa Leger Fernandez Beats Valerie Plame in New Mexico House Primary

Ms. Leger Fernandez, a progressive who emphasized her long history in the district, overcame a well-funded challenge from Ms. Plame and defeated several other Democratic rivals.

Ella Jones Is Elected First Black Mayor of Ferguson

Ms. Jones is also the first woman to lead the Missouri city, which erupted in protests in 2014 after a white police officer shot and killed Michael Brown, a black teenager.

Republican Convention Feud Escalates as Officials Weigh New Site

After a stalemate with Democrats in North Carolina, Republicans said the president wouldn’t accept the party’s nomination at its convention in Charlotte, as planned, but would do so in another city.

Holding It Aloft, He Incited a Backlash. What Does the Bible Mean to Trump?

The president has a long history of contradictory remarks about the book he held up after forcibly clearing protesters for a photo op on Monday.

In Rare Break, Some Republicans Reject Trump’s Harsh Response to Unrest

The president’s crackdown on peaceful protesters drew condemnations from a handful of Republican lawmakers, but Democrats planned to push them to back up their words with legislative measures.

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The Great Instagram Blackout

We have mixed feelings about #BlackoutTuesday, too.



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