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J. David Goodman

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Live Updates: At Least 46 Migrants Found Dead in San Antonio

Three people were detained in what appeared to be one of the worst episodes of migrant death in recent years on the southern border. A heat wave in Texas has brought record temperatures and drought. → Read More

Uvalde Live Updates: Grief for ‘Beautiful, Innocent Children’ Lost in Texas School Shooting

Officials said the 18-year-old gunman stormed past an armed guard, carrying a rifle purchased days before the attack. Nineteen children and two teachers were killed in a massacre that ripped open a nation’s deep divisions over gun violence. → Read More

Texas Elementary School Shooting: Latest Updates

The dead included 19 students and two adults. It was the deadliest school shooting since the 2012 massacre in Newtown, Conn. → Read More

Texas Court Halts Execution of Mother Convicted of Killing Child

Melissa Lucio had long maintained her innocence. New evidence and expert testimony emerged casting strong doubt on her guilt. → Read More

In Polarized Texas, Rare Agreement: Hispanic Mother, Melissa Lucio, Should Not Be Executed

The execution of Melissa Lucio would be the first of a Hispanic woman in Texas. New evidence casts doubt on her conviction. → Read More

Meet Vasu Sojitra: The Athlete Challenging Ideas About What Is Possible

Vasu Sojitra lost his right leg at 9 months. Now 30, he recently completed what is believed to be the first disabled ski descent of Denali. He hopes to encourage others to follow. → Read More

Live Updates: What the Texas Primaries Could Tell Us About Nationwide Dynamics

Texas is just the first piece of the primary puzzle. For Republicans, it will provide a tangible measure of former President Donald J. Trump’s continued grip on the party. → Read More

Trump Says He Would Consider Pardons for Jan. 6 Defendants if Elected

In a Texas speech, the former president also urged supporters to stage protests if prosecutors in Atlanta and New York take action against him. → Read More

Lawsuits are filed against a Texas doctor who said he performed an abortion.

The suits, brought by men in Arkansas and Illinois, appear to be the first under a state law that bans most abortions after the six-week mark. → Read More

Texas House Passes Voting Bill as G.O.P. Nears a Hard-Fought Victory

The Republican bill, which would overhaul elections in Texas and introduce a range of new voting rules, must be approved by the State Senate before it can head to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk. → Read More

End of Walkout Splits Texas Democrats: ‘We Feel Betrayed and Heartbroken’

The return of three absent Democrats injected a new wave of uncertainty into the national battle over voting rights. → Read More

Cuomo Resigns Amid Scandals, Ending Decade-Long Run in Disgrace

Gov. Andrew Cuomo was unable to withstand a barrage of sexual harassment allegations that led most of his allies to abandon him. → Read More

‘I believe these 11 women,’ Letitia James says as she reveals the report’s findings.

The attorney general said the state had “an obligation to protect women in their workplace.” → Read More

Cuomo Grilled for 11 Hours in Sexual Harassment Inquiry

The investigation by the New York State attorney general’s office could determine Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s political future. → Read More

Cuomo’s Inner Circle Raised Money for Aide Who Was Convicted of Bribery

Gov. Andrew Cuomo distanced himself from the aide, Joseph Percoco, but the governor’s sister and close allies quietly funded the aide’s legal fight. → Read More

Cuomo Set to Receive $5.1 Million from Pandemic Book Deal

The New York governor reported earning $3.1 million last year from his leadership memoir, with additional payments coming in the next two years. → Read More

Cuomo Aides Spent Months Hiding Nursing Home Death Toll

Aides to the New York governor, Andrew M. Cuomo, repeatedly prevented state health officials from releasing the number of nursing home deaths in the pandemic. → Read More

A $7 Billion Mistake? New York Seeks to Curb New Hotels.

A plan to require approval for every new hotel has sparked opposition inside city government, where budget officials say it could reduce future tax revenue from tourism. → Read More

Executive With Ties to Cuomo Got Special Access to Virus Testing

A drug company president who has long been close to the governor received the early tests, as did his family. The impeachment inquiry will examine testing provided to the Cuomo family. → Read More

Cuomo’s Family Is Said to Have Received Special Access to Virus Tests

Top health officials tested Chris Cuomo, the governor’s brother, when testing was not widely available, two people with knowledge of the matter said. → Read More