Democrats Gamble With Ads That Highlight Far-Right Candidates

  • The Pain of Redistricting: Representative Jerrold Nadler defeated his longtime congressional neighbor, Representative Carolyn B. Maloney, after the powerful Manhattan Democrats’ districts were unexpectedly combined.

  • A Post-Roe Test: The win for Pat Ryan, a Democrat, in a special election in New York’s Hudson Valley offers one of the clearest signs yet that abortion can be a powerful motivator in midterm races.

  • N.Y.C.’s Crowded Contest: Daniel Goldman, who prosecuted the first impeachment case against former President Donald J. Trump, triumphed over 12 other Democrats to win the nomination for an open House seat covering parts of Brooklyn and Manhattan.

  • Mainstream Democrats vs. the Left: Representative Sean Patrick Maloney, the chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, easily fended off his progressive challenger, Alessandra Biaggi, in a primary that drew involvement of several prominent Democrats.

  • A G.O.P Schism in Western N.Y.: Nick Langworthy, the state Republican Party chairman, defeated Carl Paladino, who has a history of racist and sexist remarks, delivering a win for the party establishment.

  • White House Says It Does Not Keep Visitor Logs at Biden’s Delaware Home

    WASHINGTON — White House officials said on Monday that there are no visitor logs that keep track of who comes and goes from President Biden’s personal residence in Wilmington, Del., where six classified documents were discovered in recent days. A top House Republican demanded on Sunday that the White House turn over visitor logs for […]

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    A Florida School Received a Threat. Did a Red Flag Law Prevent a Shooting?

    The requests were granted. But the results of the search were not what the detective expected. Memories of Parkland Nationally, more than 20,000 petitions for extreme risk protection orders were filed from 1999 to 2021, according to data collected by Everytown for Gun Safety, an advocacy group. A vast majority of those petitions — more […]

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    A Colossal Off-Year Election in Wisconsin

    Lauren Justice for The New York Times Conservatives have controlled the court since 2008. Though the court upheld Wisconsin’s 2020 election results, last year it ruled drop boxes illegal, allowed a purge of the voter rolls to take place and installed redistricting maps drawn by Republican legislators despite the objections of Gov. Tony Evers, a […]

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