Hillary Clinton Presses Her Advantage Over a Struggling Donald Trump
With a strong lead in national polls, Mrs. Clinton is urging core Democratic constituencies to vote early in states where balloting has begun.
Obama Assists 150 State Candidates, Targeting G.O.P.âs Grip on Legislatures
Republicans control most statehouse chambers, but with Donald J. Trump stumbling, Democrats hope for down-ballot gains in Minnesota, Colorado, Nevada and elsewhere.
G.O.P. Hopefuls in New York Races Walk Tightrope on Donald Trump
Republicans are trying to find a balance between expressing support for Mr. Trump and distancing themselves from a candidate who may become toxic to the moderates and independents they need to win.
Donald Trump Gets First Major Endorsement in Las Vegas
The Las Vegas Review-Journal, Nevadaâs largest newspaper, is the first major newspaper to give Mr. Trump its support.
True or False: Is Hillary Clinton, Native Chicagoan, a Cubs Fan?
A photograph posted on Twitter on Saturday night showed Mrs. Clinton, mouth agape in astonishment, as she watched the Cubs clinch a World Series berth. Some, though, question her loyalty to the team.
No Easy Mold to Fill to Become a Latino Texas Politician
There are more Latino elected officials in Texas than any other state, and even though most are Democrats, they represent an electorate split along racial, ethnic, party and socioeconomic lines.
Race/Related: Declaring âThatâs Me,â and Empowering Latinas
How a viral music video featuring a defiant and adorable little girl stood up to the anti-Latino rhetoric of the Trump campaign, and haters in general.
The Corporate Confidence of the AT&T-Time Warner Deal
Big deals are usually postponed during times of political and economic uncertainty, but many corporate titans apparently see smooth sailing ahead.
News Analysis: Regulatory Microscope Lies Ahead for AT&T and Time Warner
The deal will probably face a much sterner regulatory review than the Comcast-NBC Universal merger in 2009.
At Least 13 Killed in Bus Crash on California Highway
The tour bus was traveling from a remote casino to Los Angeles when it slammed into a tractor-trailer near Palm Springs.
Asia Pacific Edition: Mosul, AT&T and U.S. Presidential Election: Your Monday Briefing
Hereâs what you need to know to start your day.
Your Daily Mini Crossword
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.
Skin Deep: How to Get Rid of a Tattoo Youâve Outgrown
With a new laser, tattoos are no longer permanent, but removal can be a long and costly process.
Turkeyâs Push to Join Battle for Mosul Inflames Tension With Iraq
President Recep Tayyip Erdoganâs insistence on a direct role, citing a âhistorical responsibilityâ that Iraq rejects, is undermining American goals in the region.
On Baseball: Cubs Banish Decades of Anguish From Wrigley
The Cubs will play in their first World Series in 71 years filled with confidence, a feeling not usually associated with the franchise.
Your Money: What Should a Cubs Fan Pay to Realize a Lifelong Dream?
For the chance to see their team in the World Series for the first time in 71 years, some fans are prepared to dig deep, and others may get creative.
Cubs 5, Dodgers 0 | Chicago wins series, 4-2: Cubs Defeat Dodgers to Clinch First Pennant Since 1945
Willson Contreras and Anthony Rizzo hit home runs off Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw to advance Chicago to the World Series, where the Cleveland Indians await.
Mariano Rajoy Set to Lead Spain as 10 Months of Deadlock Come to an End
The Socialist Party voted not to block the re-election of Mr. Rajoy, the caretaker prime minister, clearing the way for him to form a new government.
As Artificial Intelligence Evolves, So Does Its Criminal Potential
The next generation of online attack tools used by criminals will add machine learning capabilities pioneered by A.I. researchers.
A New Era of Internet Attacks Powered by Everyday Devices
The attack on the webâs infrastructure laid bare new vulnerabilities linked to our reliance on cameras, smart thermostats and the rest of the internet of things.
Neighborhood Joint: Tonyâs Halal Truck Is an After-School Special in the Bronx
Mohammed Wasifi has become the undisputed king of the food vendors in a corner of the borough, catering to teenagers from nearby high schools.
Fantasy Sports Companies Near Settlement With New York State
DraftKings and FanDuel are close to an agreement with New Yorkâs attorney general over claims that they engaged in false advertising, according to two people familiar with the discussions.
Police Investigating Deadly Explosions North of Tokyo
One person was confirmed dead and three injured in a series of blasts in a parking lot and nearby park in Utsunomiya, Japan.
Where Are Women in F.B.I.âs Top Ranks?
The F.B.I. has faltered recently in adding female agents and putting more women into senior management, which the bureau has agreed is a problem.
Kevin Meaney, Veteran Stand-Up Comedian, Dies at 60
Mr. Meaney, who impersonated famous singers from the charity hit song âWe Are the World,â also appeared regularly on television shows, including âSaturday Night Liveâ and â30 Rock.â
N.F.L. Scores: Patriots Trust in Gronk; Eagles Knock Off Vikings
The undefeated start in Minnesota is over, and the Patriots took advantage of a depleted Steelers team. Live scores and updates from N.F.L. Week 7.
Books of The Times: Review: In âDo Not Say We Have Nothing,â a Portrait of Souls Snuffed Out
Madeleine Thienâs beautiful, sorrowful novel pieces together the story of musiciansâ â and Chinaâs â sufferings during the Cultural Revolution.
Review: âBlack Mirrorâ Finds Terror, and Soul, in the Machine
Netflixâs expanded version of this sci-fi anthology explores digital cultures that are chillingly close to our own.
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