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  1. Police Officer Charged With Murder in Killing of Handcuffed Suspect in Maryland U.S., Yesterday

    Michael Owen, a Prince George’s County police corporal, shot William H. Green seven times while he was handcuffed in a patrol car, the authorities said.

  2. Kobe Bryant, Philly Guy Sports, Yesterday

    He became an icon in Los Angeles and spent part of his childhood in Italy, but Kobe Bryant had Philadelphia in his bones. His high school team played Tuesday night.

  3. Pop-Up Dinners That Share a Culture, Course by Course Food, Yesterday

    A new wave of cooks are hosting meals that explore their personal memories and culinary traditions.

  4. Honeysuckle at Plowshare Farms Slideshow, Yesterday

    Omar Tate served his dinner honoring the black history of Philadelphia in a historic barn at Plowshare Farms.

  5. A Primary From the Right? Not in Trump’s G.O.P. U.S., Yesterday

    With Republicans now unified, it is difficult to find a district where a challenger can credibly claim that the incumbent has been insufficiently supportive of the president.

  6. In Crucial Pennsylvania, Democrats Worry a Fracking Ban Could Sink Them U.S., January 27

    The fracking ban pushed by Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders  epitomizes a Democratic quandary: Appeal to swing voters or energize a liberal movement?

  7. These Are the 6 Women Who Are Testifying Against Harvey Weinstein New York, January 26

    Mr. Weinstein is charged with sexually assaulting two women, but four others will also testify about their encounters with him.

  8. Philadelphia Mayor Warns Mummers to End Blackface or Risk Parade U.S., January 24

    Mayor Jim Kenney told leaders of the Mummers that their centuries-old tradition could lose the city’s support if they did not better police participants.

  9. The Swing Issue That Could Win a Swing State Podcasts, January 24

    Will fracking determine who wins Pennsylvania in the presidential election?

  10. The Swing Issue That Could Win a Swing State Podcasts, January 24

    Will fracking determine who wins Pennsylvania in the presidential election?

  11. White House seemed reluctant to help with watchdog inquiry. U.S., January 23

    According to documents released on Thursday, the White House declined to respond when a watchdog pressed the administration for details on the decision to withhold security aid to Ukraine.

  12. Pope Francis Replaces Conservative Archbishop of Philadelphia U.S., January 23

    Archbishop Charles J. Chaput who was appointed to the position by Pope Benedict XVI in 2011, has long been known as a theological and political conservative, often at odds with Pope Francis.

  13. Pope Francis Replaces Conservative Archbishop of Philadelphia U.S., January 23

    Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, who was appointed to the position by Pope Benedict XVI in 2011, has long been known as a theological and political conservative, often at odds with Pope Francis.

  14. Museum C.E.O. Apologizes for Mistakes in Dealing With Former Manager Arts, January 22

    The apology to the staff from the Philadelphia Museum of Art executive involved a manager who had been the subject of employee complaints.

  15. A New Face of White Supremacy: Plots Expose Danger of the ‘Base’ U.S., January 22

    A secret domestic terrorism investigation revealed that the violent neo-Nazi group was recruiting cells across the United States.

  16. Letter of Recommendation: John Waters’s ‘Desperate Living’ Magazine, January 21

    The director’s most difficult to watch commercial feature points to our current political situation with unsettling aim.

  17. Philadelphia Mayor: Museum Should ‘Strengthen’ Sexual Harassment Policy Arts, January 16

    The mayor’s remarks come after a former Philadelphia Museum of Art boss was forced to resign from his Erie Art Museum post following a New York Times report.

  18. Pence Observes Transfer of Remains of 2 Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan U.S., January 15

    A stop at Dover Air Force Base capped a day filled with a variety of appearances made by the vice president.

  19. Museum Director Forced Out Amid Harassment Complaints Arts, January 13

    Joshua Helmer was removed at the Erie Art Museum after a New York Times article about complaints during his tenure at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

  20. He Left a Museum After Women Complained; His Next Job Was Bigger Arts, January 10

    A Philadelphia Museum of Art boss who quietly resigned now directs the Erie Art Museum, where a woman also objected to his conduct.

  21. Second U.S. Baby to Be Born From a Dead Donor’s Uterus Is Delivered Science, January 9

    Researchers at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia said the procedure could pave a new path to parenthood for women with uterine factor infertility.

  22. Second U.S. Baby to Be Born From a Dead Donor’s Uterus Is Delivered Health, January 9

    Researchers at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia said the procedure could pave a new path to parenthood for women with uterine factor infertility.

  23. Bill Cosby, Citing #MeToo Bias, Files New Appeal Arts, January 9

    His lawyers say the Superior Court erred in supporting the trial judge’s decision on issues like allowing testimony from five other accusers.

  24. Steel Hub’s Comeback Preceded Trump, but He Benefits Business, January 9

    The Lehigh Valley rebuilt its economy after foreign competition wiped out its mills. Now good times and bad memories may both help the president.

  25. Overlooked No More: Margaret McFarland, Mentor to Mister Rogers Obituaries, January 8

    Behind the scenes of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” McFarland, a child psychologist, helped shape the groundbreaking show.

  26. $250,000 Homes in Vermont, Minnesota and Pennsylvania Real Estate, January 8

    A 1940 colonial in Bennington, a 1925 clapboard house in Mankato and a 1938 home in Reading.

  27. What You Get for $250,000 Slideshow, January 8

    A 1940 colonial in Bennington, Vt.; a 1925 clapboard house in Mankato, Minn.; and a 1938 home in Reading, Pa.

  28. Boy Scouts of America Is Sued Over Sexual Abuse Allegations U.S., January 7

    The lawsuit was filed after a window was opened for survivors to pursue justice in cases of decades-old alleged abuse.

  29. Man Charged With Throwing Lit Incendiary Device at Planned Parenthood U.S., January 7

    An 18-year-old in Delaware was charged with intentionally damaging a facility that provides reproductive health services, among other charges, the authorities said.

  30. Looking for a Book to Read With Friends? Books, January 7

    Welcome to Group Text, a new column about books that make you want to talk, ask questions and dwell in another world for a little bit longer. Liz Moore’s “Long Bright River” is our inaugural pick.

  31. Ikea Will Pay $46 Million to Parents of Toddler Crushed to Death by a Dresser U.S., January 6

    The 70-pound Malm dresser had been the subject of a safety recall when it tipped over on Jozef Dudek, killing the 2-year-old.

  32. Police Investigating the Release of Bedbugs at a Walmart U.S., January 6

    Pill bottles filled with bedbugs were left inside a Pennsylvania Walmart, the authorities said.

  33. Pennsylvania Turnpike Accident: At Least 5 Dead and 60 Injured, Officials Say U.S., January 5

    Two tractor-trailers, a tour bus and a passenger vehicle were involved in the crash, which occurred about 35 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

  34. 5 Dead and 60 Injured in Pennsylvania Turnpike Multi-Vehicle Crash, Officials Say U.S., January 5

    Three tractor-trailers, a tour bus and a passenger vehicle were involved in the crash, which occurred about 35 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

  35. I Do. Take 2. Fashion, January 3

    Linda Tracy and Peter Tracy had been married 37 years, before divorcing in 2015. When their sons began planning their own weddings, Mom and Dad rediscovered love.

  36. When It Comes to Race, How Progressive Are the Progressives? Books, December 31

    In her debut novel, “Such a Fun Age,” Kiley Reid delves into the exploitative nature of interracial relationships.