Tim Arango National Correspondent
  • Los Angeles
  • The New York Times

Tim Arango is a Los Angeles correspondent for The New York Times.

87 Articles
11 days ago
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How the Pelosi Attack Suspect Plunged Into Online Hatred

David DePape’s life was unstable when he embraced Gamergate and far-right conspiracy theories. He is now accused of b...

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about 1 month ago
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Suspect in Pelosi Attack Was Consumed by Conspiracy Theories, Boss Says

David DePape, the man accused of breaking into the home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and assaulting her husband, inc...

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9 months ago
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Three Former Officers Convicted of Violating George Floyd’s Rights

All of them were charged with willfully violating Mr. Floyd’s constitutional rights by not providing medical care. Tw...

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9 months ago
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Three Officers in George Floyd Trial Finish Defense

With testimony concluded in the trial of three former officers for their role in George Floyd’s death, the jury is se...

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10 months ago
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Inglewood Has Experienced Dramatic Change. The Super Bowl Is Proof of That.

With a glittering N.F.L. stadium and a new N.B.A. arena on the way, the city of Inglewood, Calif., is celebrating its...

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10 months ago
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Inglewood Has Experienced Dramatic Change. The Super Bowl Is Proof of That.

With a glittering N.F.L. stadium and a new N.B.A. arena on the way, the city of Inglewood, Calif., is celebrating its...

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10 months ago
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George Floyd’s Civil Rights Are Focus in Opening Arguments of Federal Trial

Three former Minneapolis police officers who were at the scene of Mr. Floyd’s death are accused of failing to interve...

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10 months ago
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Federal Jury in Trial for George Floyd’s Death Less Diverse Than in Chauvin Trial

The jurors in Derek Chauvin’s trial came from the Minneapolis area, which is more racially mixed and more liberal tha...

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10 months ago
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Derek Chauvin Was Convicted of George Floyd’s Murder. Could He Now Testify?

Derek Chauvin’s presence will be felt throughout the federal trial of the three officers who were with him when he mu...

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10 months ago
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Police Culture on Trial in Case Against Officers in Killing of George Floyd

Derek Chauvin sits in a prison cell. The other three officers on the scene when George Floyd was murdered now face a ...

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11 months ago
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‘Nothing Will Be the Same’: A Prison Town Weighs a Future Without a Prison

After a decade of efforts that sharply reduced inmate populations, California is closing prisons. One town high in th...

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11 months ago
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‘Nothing Will Be the Same’: A Prison Town Weighs a Future Without a Prison

After a decade of efforts that sharply reduced inmate populations, California is closing prisons. One town high in th...

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