Caron Nazario, a lieutenant in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, was driving to Petersburg, Va., from a drill weekend the night of Dec. 5 when…View More Army Medic Caron Nazario Accuses Virginia Police Officers of Assault
WASHINGTON — One young soldier said that for the first four months after he joined his Army unit, a flag representing the right-wing militia the…View More Pentagon Announces New Steps to Weed out Extremism in Troops
On a recent afternoon in a brightly lit studio in Brooklyn, Mervin Primeaux-O’Bryant and Brandon Kazen-Maddox were filming a music video. They were recording a…View More Making Music Visible: Singing in Sign
The vote could lead to a rethinking of strategy inside the labor movement. For years, union organizers have tried to leverage growing concerns about low-wage…View More Amazon Workers Defeat Union Effort in Alabama
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Disney owns a piece of every living person’s childhood. Now it owns Marvel Studios, too. The co-hosts Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris look at depictions…View More 40 Acres and a Movie
AUGUSTA, Ga. — With the sun rising over his shoulders, Lee Elder was introduced to a crowd of several hundred on the first tee of…View More At the Masters, Lee Elder Gets Another Moment in the Spotlight
John Eligon contributed reporting. The Daily is made by Theo Balcomb, Lisa Tobin, Rachel Quester, Lynsea Garrison, Annie Brown, Clare Toeniskoetter, Paige Cowett, Michael Simon…View More The Case Against Derek Chauvin
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Georgia and its new elections law are caught up in a political riptide. But there’s scant evidence of that on and around…View More Georgia Is Facing a Political Onslaught. At the Masters, It’s Business as Usual.