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How to Pack an Emergency Bag

By A.C. Shilton

The first step toward a solid evacuation plan is pulling together all the gear you need, before you need it.

Polls Have Shown Voters Prefer Biden to Pick Next Justice

In surveys before Justice Ginsburg’s death, he led by a slightly wider margin on choosing the next justice than he did over all against President Trump.

As U.S. Increases Pressure, Iran Adheres to Toned-Down Approach

By Julian E. Barnes, David E. Sanger, Ronen Bergman and Lara Jakes

The Trump administration has ramped up its criticism of Iran, but Tehran has chosen a path of restraint, intelligence showed.

Court Vacancy Injects New Uncertainty Into Rancorous Election Battle

By Alexander Burns and Adam Nagourney

After the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it was not clear that President Trump’s right-wing coalition would be more motivated by a confirmation fight than the alliance of liberals and moderates supportive of Mr. Biden would be.

Jacob Lawrence, Peering Through History’s Cracks

By Yinka Elujoba

“American Struggle” at the Met shows an artist searching out bits of the nation’s history that have been edged out, and making visible the fight for racial equality.

Miami and Boston’s Young N.B.A. Players Are Bucking Tradition

By Sopan Deb

Jayson Tatum and Bam Adebayo are just two of the young or less-experienced players making an impact in the Eastern Conference finals.

In These N.H.L. Playoffs, Backup Goalies Have Taken Center Stage

By Curtis Rush

By the second round, six regular-season backups were functioning as No. 1s. One of them, Dallas’s Anton Khudobin, is in the Stanley Cup finals.

Albert Pujols Passes Willie Mays in Home Runs, if Not Dominance

By Benjamin Hoffman

Pujols’s 661st and 662nd homers are cause for celebration, and offer a chance to reflect on a career that took a wildly different trajectory than many of his elite peers.

Albert Pujols Passes Willie Mays in Home Runs, if Not Dominance

By Benjamin Hoffman

Pujols’s 661st and 662nd homers are cause for celebration, and offer a chance to reflect on a career that took a wildly different trajectory than many of his elite peers.

For Mitch McConnell, Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death Prompts Stark Turnabout

By Carl Hulse

The majority leader pledged that President Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Ginsburg would receive a Senate vote, despite his 2016 move to block President Obama’s nominee in the waning months of his term.

Who Will Replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg? McConnell Vows Vote

By Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman

Democrats warn Republicans to follow the precedent they set in 2016, when they refused to consider President Barack Obama’s choice for the court on the grounds that it was an election year.

News of Justice Ginsburg’s Death Arrives as Biden and Trump Host Dueling Minnesota Events

By Thomas Kaplan and Annie Karni

Fifteen minutes after President Trump started speaking at a rally in Bemidji, Minn., the news broke of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, with the potential to upend the 2020 race.

Larry Wilson, Who Made Safety an N.F.L. Threat, Dies at 82

By Ken Belson

A feared Hall of Famer for the St. Louis Cardinals, he was known — particularly by battered quarterbacks — for the safety blitz.

A Deal on Drug Prices Undone by White House Insistence on β€˜Trump Cards’

By Jonathan Martin and Maggie Haberman

The White House and the pharmaceutical industry were nearing a major deal to lower drug prices. Then the administration demanded that $100 cash cards be sent to millions of seniors before the election — and the industry balked.

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