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Heat Returns to the Pacific Northwest

Temperatures will reach into the triple digits this week in some parts of the region and in Northern California.

Former Democratic Congressman Charged With Fraud

T.J. Cox, a former Democratic congressman from California, is accused of several schemes intended to cheat investors and divert campaign contributions.

Impatient With Gun Debate, Parkland Survivors Embraced Activism

As the legal saga over the 2018 school shooting in Florida heads to a close, students who spoke out about gun violence have encouraged engagement and changed the national debate.

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón Recall Effort Fails

Supporters of ousting Los Angeles’s progressive top prosecutor did not gather enough valid signatures to get a recall on the ballot.

Alaska Will Test a New Voting System in Tuesday’s Elections

Voters in Alaska will use ranked-choice voting for a general election for the first time and will take part in a new open-primary system.

Top Democrats Accuse Homeland Security Watchdog of Blocking Testimony in Jan. 6 Inquiry

The Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general is under criticism for his handling of an investigation into missing Secret Service text messages from around the time of the Capitol attack.

Why the N.B.A. Won’t Schedule Games on Election Day in November

More than a dozen N.B.A. arenas were used as voting sites for the 2020 election.

Alaska Elections: Where to Vote and What’s on the Ballot

A refresher on the rules and what’s at stake in Alaska on Tuesday.

Where Trump’s Endorsement Record Stands in the G.O.P. Primaries

Of the more than 200 Republicans Mr. Trump has endorsed this year, many ran unopposed or faced little-known, poorly funded opponents.

Catholic Order Struggles to Raise $100 Million to Atone for Slave Labor

Jesuits established a trust to answer for their history of enslaving Black people. But frustrated descendants tell Rome the order is “not delivering in deed.”

Wyoming Elections: How to Vote and What’s on the Ballot

A refresher on the rules for voting and what’s at stake in Wyoming on Tuesday.

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