Sarah Mervosh contributed reporting from El Paso.GO TO STORE
Her account is most vivid in the sections that follow Abigail Spanberger, one of the natural-born politicians to emerge in the midterms, who won a congressional seat in the Virginia district where the white male incumbent complained early on about the female activists confronting him over his refusal to hold town hall-style meetings: “The women are all in my grill no matter where I go.” Moscatello is there as Spanberger sweats out the results, and I felt nervous even though I knew she won in the end.GO TO STORE
Reporting was contributed by Patricia Mazzei, Frances Robles, Mitch Smith, Katie Rogers, Tariro Mzezewa and Freeman Rogers.GO TO STORE
New York and other cities are rethinking the monopoly on streets the automobile has long enjoyed. New York is the first American city to adopt a plan for congestion pricing — starting in 2021 motorists will have to pay to drive into the busiest parts of Manhattan — as a way to coax drivers out of their cars.