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In Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Some Cracks Emerge in the Pro-Trump Wall

ST. IGNACE, Mich. — Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is known for many things: its enviable location, nestled among three of the five Great Lakes — Huron, Superior and Michigan; hundreds of…

What if the First Coronavirus Vaccines Aren’t the Best?

Seven months into the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 30 vaccines rapidly advancing through the rigorous stages of clinical trials, a surprising number of research groups are placing bets on…

The Elephants in the Room

Good morning and welcome to a special convention recap edition of On Politics, your guide to the day in national politics. Sign up here to get On Politics in your…

Anthony Martignetti (‘Anthony!’), Who Raced Home for Spaghetti, Dies at 63

Anthony Martignetti, who found television immortality as a 12-year-old Italian immigrant when he sprinted through Boston’s North End in an enduring television commercial for Prince spaghetti, playing a boy who…

‘2020 Can Go to Hell’: The Story Behind the Viral Fire Photo That Said It All

LAKE BERRYESSA, Calif. — In the sprawling destruction of California’s wildfires, one photo became an instant icon for 2020’s miseries: On a hillside roaring with flames stood a sign that…

The Harsh Reality Behind Trump’s Reality Show

Hi. Welcome to On Politics, your guide to the day in national politics. I’m Giovanni Russonello, typically the morning newsletter writer, covering the evening shift during the conventions. Sign up…

Trump Takes Night Off From Anti-Immigrant Talk to Swear In U.S. Citizens

WASHINGTON — President Trump moved within weeks of taking office to prohibit immigrants from Sudan from entering the United States, citing terrorism threats and including it in his travel ban…

Impeachment, once seen as the battle of a generation, has vanished from the political landscape.

In all the hours and hours of speeches at last week’s Democratic National Convention and the first two nights of the Republican National Convention, one word was almost entirely missing:…

Tracking the Suspect in the Fatal Kenosha Shootings

A teenager who walked among protesters in Kenosha, Wis., carrying a military-style semi-automatic rifle was arrested and faces a charge of first-degree intentional homicide in connection with shootings that left…

Lou Holtz at R.N.C. Says President Trump Is a ‘Winner’ While Young Black Athletes Call for Racial Awakening

On one of the most consequential nights in recent sports history — when a player-led boycott forced the N.B.A. to postpone playoff games — the Republican National Convention offered pro-Trump…