One in four intensive care units in the U.S. is 95 percent full or more, and available beds are gone or dwindling especially fast in a handful of states including Alabama, Texas and Florida.
By Charlie Smart
Families across the country have grown more diverse. A design change in the census form also allowed the government to report people’s identity in greater detail.
By Sabrina Tavernise, Tariro Mzezewa and Giulia Heyward
Maps show a rise in the share of people of color in nearly every county across the United States, as the nation records its first drop in the white population.
By Denise Lu, Charlie Smart and Lazaro Gamio
Estimates show much of the country is still susceptible to the kind of rapid spread that can put stress on hospitals and lead to worse outcomes for patients.
The areas that cast the most absentee ballots were Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn, where Kathryn Garcia drew stronger support in the Election Day vote tally.
Under ranked-choice voting, it is mathematically possible for the second- and third-place finishers in Tuesday’s Democratic primary to overtake the front-runner — but it will be tough.
By Andy Newman
This was featured in live coverage.
See neighborhood-level election results from the first round of the mayoral race.
By Charlie Smart, Andrew Fischer and Aaron Krolik
See full results and maps from the New York primaries.