T/mid-atlantic

  1. Cosby’s Lawyers Want to Keep Quaaludes Testimony From Trial Arts, March 28

    Lawyers for Bill Cosby want a judge to exclude evidence relating to drugs and his conduct with any women except the two already expected to testify.

  2. Father of Maryland Teenager Accused of Rape Is Arrested on Immigration Charge U.S., March 27

    Immigration officials say Adolfo Sanchez-Reyes entered the country illegally from Guatemala; his son is accused of raping a 14-year-old classmate.

  3. Supreme Court Considers Why Patent Trolls Love Texas Business Day, March 27

    With more than 40 percent of patent suits filed in a federal court in East Texas, justices are weighing whether to limit the places where defendants in such cases may be sued.

  4. Baltimoreans Mourn a Man Said to Have Been Killed by Their Neighbor N.Y. / Region, March 26

    The murder of a black man in New York reminds a Baltimore neighborhood of its own complicated racial history.

  5. Baltimoreans Mourn a Man Said to Have Been Killed by Their Neighbor N.Y. / Region, March 26

    The murder of a black man in New York reminds a Baltimore neighborhood of its own complicated racial history.

  6. William Keeler, Cardinal Who Championed Sexual Abuse Victims, Dies at 86 U.S., March 24

    The former archbishop of Baltimore spoke up for victims of sexual abuse by priests, and is credited with improving Catholic-Jewish relations.

  7. Army Veteran Is Charged With Murder as a Hate Crime in Fatal Stabbing N.Y. / Region, March 23

    The suspect traveled to New York to attack black men and receive maximum media exposure, prosecutor says.

  8. A Man Who Hated Black Men Found a Victim Who Cared for Others N.Y. / Region, March 23

    James Harris Jackson, a white Army veteran from Baltimore, fatally stabbed Timothy Caughman after traveling to New York specifically to kill a black man.

  9. Mary Maples Dunn, Advocate of Women’s Colleges, Dies at 85 U.S., March 22

    Ms. Dunn spent most of her career at women’s colleges, which had been established long before women were admitted to many universities throughout the United States.

  10. $1 Million Homes in Maryland, Florida and Illinois Real Estate, March 22

    An 1854 rowhouse in Baltimore; a Fort Lauderdale, Fla., home with a landscaped atrium; and a Victorian house in Chicago

  11. What You Get for ... $1,000,000 Slideshow, March 22

    An 1854 rowhouse in Baltimore; a Fort Lauderdale, Fla., home with a landscaped atrium; and a Victorian house in Chicago.

  12. Dole Case Illustrates Problems in Shareholder System Business Day, March 21

    Some Dole shareholders may not get a piece of a recent settlement. While shareholders think they own the shares they buy, they don’t in a sense.

  13. Philadelphia Prosecutor Indicted on Corruption Charges U.S., March 21

    The city’s district attorney, R. Seth Williams, was accused of accepting lavish gifts, including trips, Burberry accessories and a custom sofa, in exchange for favors.

  14. ‘I’d Be Hurt and Upset’: Cities Fear Trump’s Cuts to Urban Programs U.S., March 16

    President Trump’s proposed cuts to the Department of Housing and Urban Development would eliminate programs cities have used to fund things like Meals on Wheels.

  15. Trump Is Not Above the Courts Opinion, March 16

    The administration’s recent assertion that it is immune from judicial review of its travel bans undermines the Constitution.

  16. How Do You Make a Museum for Outsider Artists? Arts, March 15

    Rebecca Alban Hoffberger discusses opening the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore in 1995 to show the works of outsider and self-taught artists.

  17. Somehow, ‘Slush Day’ Doesn’t Have the Same Ring N.Y. / Region, March 14

    In the major coastal cities of the Northeast, fears of a record-setting blizzard dissolved into a slushy mix of rain, snow and sleet.

  18. Vision, Operator of Rent-to-Own Homes, Gets Legislative Scrutiny Business Day, March 13

    Interest in companies like Vision Property Management that are engaged in some variation of seller-financing has been growing among lawmakers and regulators.

  19. In Chicago and Philadelphia, the Difference a Park Makes Arts, March 12

    Cities across the country are making a priority of improving their parks. “Housing alone doesn’t make a neighborhood,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago said.

  20. Highest and Lowest Property Tax Rates in the U.S. Real Estate, March 10

    The top five highest and lowest median property tax rates among the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

  21. When in Doubt, Make Her Laugh Slideshow, March 10

    When John Hughes met Kristen Welker, his first thought was that she was out of his league, but his ability to make her laugh helped win her over.

  22. Ever Heard of Bill Cosby? Opinion, March 3

    Instead of importing jurors from another county, rely on big data for a stronger jury pool.

  23. PETA Condemns N.H.L.’s Use of Real Penguins in Pittsburgh Pregame Show Sports, March 3

    PETA said the event, which featured pyrotechnics, was “inherently stressful” for the animals, and it criticized the Penguins team and the Pittsburgh Zoo.

  24. An Islamic Romance, Soundtrack by Kanye and Drake Fashion & Style, March 3

    A rapping professor was smitten with a student, but he would not ask her out. Now they are husband and wife.