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Rogue Trip by Boris Johnson Aide Makes U.K.’s Spectator Part of the Story

By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

A senior editor of the magazine, Britain’s oldest, did not disclose in an article that her husband, Dominic Cummings, had taken a 260-mile trip that breached the nation’s stay-at-home order.

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Tweets of the Week: Election Anniversary, Cummings, Next Generation EU

By Jennifer Baker, Marlene Stocker
One year since elections has left us all scarred, a trip during lockdown hits Cummings rep hard, and Ursula von der Leyen channels Jean-Luc Picard.

Why Is Boris Johnson Defending Dominic Cummings?

By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

The aide, Dominic Cummings, has the ideas and organizational skills that the British prime minister himself knows he lacks and badly needs.

Boris Johnson Feels Public Anger in Outcry Over Dominic Cummings

By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

The image of a powerful official flouting the lockdown rules has struck a nerve in a way that the government’s haphazard response to the virus has not.

Outcry Over Cummings Turns Public Against Johnson for 1st Time

By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

The image of a powerful official flouting the lockdown rules has struck a nerve in a way that the government’s haphazard response to the virus has not.

Dominic Cummings Offers a Sorry-Not-Sorry for U.K. Lockdown Breach

By Stephen Castle and Mark Landler

The top adviser to Prime Minister Boris Johnson caused a furor after it was learned he had driven 260 miles to his parents’ home.

Boris Johnson Backs Top Aide Accused of Flouting Lockdown Rules

By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

Despite the appearance of a double standard, the British leader defended Dominic Cummings’s travel, even as the aide was falling ill.

Outrage Grows Over Boris Johnson Aide’s 260-Mile Trip During Lockdown

By Mark Landler and Stephen Castle

Dominic Cummings, the British prime minister’s top adviser, said he behaved “reasonably and legally” in driving for child care needs while coming down with the coronavirus.

How Justin Gaethje Won the Interim Lightweight Title at U.F.C. 249

By Morgan Campbell and Kevin Draper

Justin Gaethje beat Tony Ferguson in the fifth round to win an interim lightweight belt at U.F.C. 249. It was the first major American sporting event since widespread shutdowns because of the coronavirus pandemic.

How Justin Gaethje Won the Interim Lightweight Title at U.F.C. 249

By Morgan Campbell and Kevin Draper

Justin Gaethje beat Tony Ferguson in the fifth round to win an interim lightweight belt at U.F.C. 249. It was the first major American sporting event since widespread shutdowns because of the coronavirus pandemic.

U.F.C. 249 Live Updates and Results: Luque Cuts Price and Doctor Stops It

By Morgan Campbell and Kevin Draper

Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje fight for an interim lightweight belt at U.F.C. 249 in the first major American sporting event since widespread shutdowns because of the coronavirus pandemic.

U.F.C. 249 Live Updates and Results: Luque Cuts Price and Doctor Stops It

By Morgan Campbell and Kevin Draper

Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje fight for an interim lightweight belt at U.F.C. 249 in the first major American sporting event since widespread shutdowns because of the coronavirus pandemic.

He Was Ready to Retire. But the Coronavirus Took Him.

By Michael Powell

A journey down several blocks of one Pennsylvania city tells the story of the virus in America — of illness, financial strain and rising tension.

While at Home, Let’s Color the World

By Sarah Firshein

With the coronavirus confining people to their homes, coloring books for both children and adults have experienced a renewed popularity. Here are some pages inspired by a few of our favorite travel photos.

Caught Between Worlds? For Elizabeth Acevedo, It’s a Familiar Feeling

By ConcepciΓ³n de LeΓ³n

“Clap When You Land,” the latest novel from the National Book Award winner, delves into the split lives that many immigrants experience.

The Covid-19 Riddle: Why Does the Virus Wallop Some Places and Spare Others?

By Hannah Beech, Alissa J. Rubin, Anatoly Kurmanaev and Ruth Maclean

Experts are trying to figure out why the coronavirus is so capricious. The answers could determine how to best protect ourselves and how long we have to.

The Covid-19 Riddle: Why Does the Virus Wallop Some Places and Spare Others?

By Hannah Beech, Alissa J. Rubin, Anatoly Kurmanaev and Ruth Maclean

Experts are trying to figure out why the coronavirus is so capricious. The answers could determine how to best protect ourselves and how long we have to.

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