T/mid-atlantic

  1. Not So Fast! Uber, Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon Letters, Yesterday

    Deans at Carnegie Mellon write that much of the technology for self-driving cars was developed at their university....

  2. Air Force Investigating Possible Mishandling of John Glenn’s Remains National, May 26

    Officials opened the inquiry after allegations that a mortuary employee at Dover Air Force Base had offered to show the remains to inspectors....

  3. Lost Police File Helps Exonerate Man of Murder After 24 Years in Prison National, May 25

    The recent discovery of a lost police file with witness statements about a 1990 murder in Philadelphia helped Shaurn Thomas walk free....

  4. For Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th, Tours, Exhibitions and Tattoos Travel, May 25

    To celebrate the architect, museums, foundations and hotels will showcase buildings and drawings. Also, a bike route and sketch workshops....

  5. Jury Is Selected for Bill Cosby Trial Culture, May 24

    Two jurors out of 12 are African-American, and the racial makeup of the panel became a point of contention during the selection process....

  6. Jared Kushner’s Other Real Estate Empire Magazine, May 23

    Baltimore-area renters complain about a property owner they say is neglectful and litigious. Few know their landlord is the president’s son-in-law....

  7. Officials Decline to Call Fatal Stabbing of Black Student a Hate Crime National, May 22

    Maryland law enforcement urged patience and said they would not determine whether to call the killing a hate crime until after a homicide investigation....

  8. Pittsburgh Welcomed Uber’s Driverless Car Experiment. Not Anymore. Business, May 21

    Nine months after Uber rolled out self-driving vehicles in Pittsburgh, the city’s relationship with the ride-hailing company has soured....

  9. Bob Casey Was an Understated Senator. Then Came Trump. National, May 19

    Casey, an even-tempered Democrat from Pennsylvania, has been ahead of the pack in his criticism of the president, at some political risk....

  10. To Cover the Cosby Story Is to Feel Its Impact Insider, May 18

    The story has taken on outsize meaning, through meetings with the accusers, clashes with Cosby’s legal team, and reverberations across pop culture....

  11. Remaking Baltimore’s Waterfront, With a Splash of Whiskey Business, May 16

    With the help of a horse farm once owned by a Vanderbilt, the Under Armour founder Kevin Plank is restoring luster to Maryland traditions and landmarks....

  12. Bill Cosby Says He Will Not Testify at His Criminal Trial Culture, May 16

    Weeks before his trial, Bill Cosby says in a radio interview that he will not testify and that racism may be partly behind the pursuit of him....

  13. 4 Plead Guilty in Baruch College Student’s Hazing Death Metro, May 15

    The men pleaded guilty to being involved in a fraternity initiation in which the authorities said Chun Hsien Deng fell unconscious and the men delayed seeking medical help....

  14. Engineer in Philadelphia Amtrak Crash Is Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter National, May 12

    Brandon Bostian was charged exactly two years after the crash, which killed eight people. Lawyers for some of the victims’ families took advantage of an obscure law that forced officials to act....

  15. Justice Official’s Reputation for Impartiality Is Tested by Comey Firing National, May 10

    Rod J. Rosenstein, a career prosecutor who took pains to be apolitical, became the force behind the F.B.I. director’s firing two weeks after becoming deputy attorney general....

  16. $1.9 Million Homes in Oregon, Pennsylvania and Tennessee Real Estate, May 10

    A modernist house in Portland; an old stone home outside Philadelphia; and a 2015 traditional house built in Nashville....

  17. What You Get for … $1,900,000 Slideshow, May 10

    A modernist house in Portland; an old stone home outside Philadelphia; and a 2015 traditional house built in Nashville....

  18. What You Get for … $1,900,000 Slideshow, May 10

    A modernist house in Portland; an old stone home outside Philadelphia; and a 2015 traditional house built in Nashville.

  19. For a Track Team From Namibia, a Long Trip to Its First U.S. Finish Sports, May 10

    For the athletes from Grootfontein Agri College, most of whom had never been out of southern Africa, competing at the Penn Relays was only part of the adventure....

  20. Sanctuary Bills in Maryland Faced a Surprise Foe: Legal Immigrants National, May 8

    Maryland seemed to be a natural sanctuary for undocumented immigrants. But some vocal critics said the proposals devalued their own struggles to gain citizenship....

  21. Justice Department Expands Its Inquiry Into Uber’s Greyball Tool Business, May 5

    Officials in Portland, Ore., and Philadelphia are working with the federal agency to look into Uber’s use of a tool that allowed it to operate while evading law enforcement agencies....

  22. Rape Charges to Be Dropped in Case Cited by White House as Immigration Issue National, May 5

    The Maryland case drew national attention after Sean Spicer cited it as an example of the need to crack down on illegal immigration....

  23. President Trump Is the Enemy of Their Enemies Op Ed, May 4

    For many Republican voters, that’s all that matters....

  24. Children Taken From Maryland Couple After YouTube ‘Prank’ Videos U.S., May 3

    A couple could lose two of their children after critics condemned the videos and accused the parents of abuse.

  25. Bethesda Readies for a Major Remake Real Estate, May 2

    Plans include Marriott International moving its headquarters from the suburbs to downtown.

  26. A Chicken That Grows Slower and Tastes Better Food, May 1

    Prodded by other companies, Perdue, one of America’s biggest poultry producers, is testing a new breed with a healthier life — and a higher cost.

  27. Birds of Different Feathers Interactive, May 1

    How the slower-growth chicken compares to the conventional broiler.

  28. Trump Savages News Media at Rally to Mark His 100th Day U.S., April 29

    President Trump returned to the populist themes of his campaign with a Pennsylvania rally held in lieu of attending the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.

  29. These Guys Really Like Trump Sunday Review, April 29

    It’s only been 100 days. Give him time, they say.