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  1. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is Hospitalized With a Possible Infection Express, Yesterday

    Justice Ginsburg, 87, underwent an endoscopic procedure at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore to clean out a bile duct stent, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said.

  2. Pittsburgh Seemed Like a Virus Success Story. Now Cases Are Surging. National, July 12

    Pittsburgh, a sister city to Wuhan, China, saw only modest cases for months. In the last two weeks, cases are suddenly soaring.

  3. Pittsburgh Seemed Like a Virus Success Story. Now Cases Are Surging. National, July 12

    Pittsburgh, a sister city to Wuhan, China, saw only modest cases for months. In the last two weeks, cases are suddenly soaring.

  4. Thinking of Traveling in the U.S.? These States Have Travel Restrictions Travel, July 10

    A third of states have strict measures in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine requirements.

  5. The Last Reporter in Town Had One Big Question for His Rich Boss National, July 10

    His newspaper has withered under a hedge fund. His industry was in turmoil even before a pandemic. But Evan Brandt won’t stop chronicling his town.

  6. An Investor Bought Billions in Stocks When It Really Hurt Sunday Business, July 9

    As the market panicked in March, a fund manager told himself it was time to buy beaten-down stocks. But it made him queasy.

  7. The Roberts Court Curtails Birth Control Access. Again. Editorial, July 8

    Justices rule that employers can stand between female workers and their health care.

  8. What It’s Like to Enter the Work Force From Your Childhood Bedroom Express, July 8

    They studied for years to get full-time jobs. Now, they’re right back where they started.

  9. Delaware Presidential Republican Primary Election Results Interactive, July 7

  10. Delaware Presidential Democratic Primary Election Results Interactive, July 7

  11. The Confederate Monuments We Shouldn’t Tear Down Op Ed, July 7

    Removing statues that glorify the Confederacy from public spaces is one thing. Our history is another.

  12. New Jersey and Delaware Primary Elections: What to Watch For Politics, July 7

    Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s home state is holding a presidential primary, and New Jersey has a full slate of congressional primaries on tap in an election that will be held mostly by mail.

  13. As Coronavirus Cases Rise, the Federal Work Force Heads Back to the Office Washington, July 6

    Federal employees are being ushered back to office buildings under inconsistent and conflicting reopening plans, against the wishes of leaders in the nation’s capital.

  14. ‘Liberty Bell’ Tolls for Sites Where History Is Alive and Kicking Weekend, July 2

    Nancy Baker Cahill uses augmented reality to explore the meaning of historical sites from the Rockaways in New York to Selma, Ala. Is public art embellishing our heritage, or defacing it?

  15. Trump Is in Trouble in Pennsylvania, but ‘He’s Been Way Behind Before’ Politics, July 2

    The president’s campaign and allies have sketched out a comeback path in the battleground state, which he narrowly won in 2016, hoping to capitalize on factors like energy policy.

  16. He Says a Union Fired Him Over His Push for Police Reform Business, July 1

    A clash at a Maryland local shows the tensions in a labor movement whose ranks include law enforcement officers along with many nonwhite, nonpolice members.

  17. $360,000 Homes in Rhode Island, Michigan and Pennsylvania Real Estate, July 1

    A Dutch colonial-style house in Westerly, a condo in a converted commercial building in Grand Rapids and a goat farm in Lancaster County.

  18. What You Get for $360,000 Slideshow, July 1

    A Dutch Colonial-style house in Westerly, R.I.; a condo in a converted commercial building in Grand Rapids, Mich.; and a goat farm in Peach Bottom, Pa.

  19. This Theater Plans Dividers to Keep Patrons Socially Distanced Culture, July 1

    The Wilma, seeking to reopen in Philadelphia, says it will erect a new seating structure in which every party is in its own separate box.

  20. Cuts to the Arts Help Philadelphia Address Huge Budget Gap Culture, June 30

    The City Council approved a budget last week that reduced citywide arts funding to $5.84 million, a cut of 40 percent.

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  23. Five Art Accounts to Follow on Instagram Now Weekend, June 29

    Tracking contentious statues, a journal devoted to Pan-African culture, fashion designers who geek out on art and politics: Here are the Instagram accounts that brighten our art critic’s daily feed.

  24. Mayor de Blasio, Bring Back Summer Jobs Op Ed, June 29

    There is still time, and it can be done safely. The economic and social payoff is totally worth it.

  25. ‘We Could Be Feeling This for the Next Decade’: Virus Hits College Towns National, June 28

    Opening bars and bringing back football teams have led to new outbreaks. Communities that evolved around campuses face potentially existential losses in population, jobs and revenue.

  26. Starting Bonus for a Laundry Worker: How a Beach Town Wrestles With Jobless Benefits Business, June 26

    Rehoboth Beach, Del., provides insight into how a $600 expanded unemployment benefit is affecting rehiring.

  27. Philadelphia Police Temporarily Ban Tear Gas for Crowd Control Video, June 25

    The announcement came hours after The New York Times published its visual investigation into a protest against police brutality in Philadelphia on June 1.

  28. ‘I Humbly Apologize’: Philadelphia Officials Announce Changes After Protest Response Video, June 25

    The move came hours after a New York Times video revealed that the Philadelphia police had violated the department’s own protocols during a response to a protest this month.

  29. In Poll, Trump Falls Far Behind Biden in Six Key Battleground States Upshot, June 25

    Dwindling white support for the president leads to a deficit of at least six points in each state.

  30. How the Philadelphia Police Tear-Gassed a Group of Trapped Protesters Video, June 25

    On June 1, SWAT teams turned a protest march in Philadelphia into chaos. We went to the site, interviewed witnesses and analyzed dozens of videos to reconstruct what happened.

  31. Maryland Special Election Results: Seventh Congressional District Interactive, June 24

  32. Bill Cosby’s Appeal to Be Heard by Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court Culture, June 23

    The court will hear arguments about whether the testimony of five women should have been allowed at his sexual assault trial and whether a deal with a former district attorney was binding.

  33. Why a Rotting Green Bay Boardwalk May Help Solve America’s Jobs Crisis Business, June 22

    Some cities and states are looking toward a simple solution to mass unemployment: Hire workers directly.

  34. 2 Sentenced to House Arrest in Long-Running Scheme to Steal Rare Books Express, June 20

    The board chair of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh said the thefts “will forever raise doubts about the security of all future charitable donations, particularly to the Carnegie Library.”

  35. When Day Care Closed, a Father Rediscovered His Daughter Parenting, June 19

    Portraits of a family adapting to their new reality.

  36. On a Pennsylvania Farm, ‘Nature Is Not Just Carrying On’ Climate, June 19

    Quarantine in the country means fresh air and space, but a writer’s sense of good fortune is darkened by the state of nature. “What I’m observing is unsettling,” she says.

  37. How a Raise for Workers Can Be a Win for Everybody Sunday Business, June 18

    Higher pay for employees has improved service and productivity in department stores and nursing homes. These findings have direct implications for the current pandemic, an economist says.

  38. Delbert Africa, 74, Convicted in Radical Group’s Clash With Police, Dies Obits, June 17

    As a member of Move, he spent four decades in prison and was released in January. His beating by Philadelphia police officers in 1978 was broadcast nationwide.

  39. Man Charged With Sending Racist Threats to Philadelphia Police Leader Express, June 16

    Peter Fratus sent the emails to Commissioner Danielle Outlaw, who is African-American, amid some of the largest protests over the death of George Floyd, a criminal complaint said.

  40. Live Analysis: June 2 Election Results Interactive, June 2

    Follow live coverage and analysis from Times reporters.

  41. Live Primary Election Results: Iowa, New Mexico, Pennsylvania and More Races to Watch Interactive, June 2

    Get the latest primary results from Iowa, New Mexico, Pennsylvania and more.

  42. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

    With billions of people staying home, the world is reinventing the weekend.

  43. Pennsylvania Coronavirus Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  44. Maryland Coronavirus Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.

  45. Delaware Coronavirus Map and Case Count Interactive, April 1

    A detailed county map shows the extent of the coronavirus outbreak, with tables of the number of cases by county.