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  1. Let’s Stop Government Giveaways to Corporations Op Ed, September 21

    Providing incentives to businesses is fine, as long as they are not at the expense of taxpayers and local and state governments.

  2. Watch a Human-Powered Fleet of ‘Fireflies’ Create a Nighttime Dreamscape Culture, September 15

    For a public art project in Philadelphia, the artist Cai Guo-Qiang transformed pedicabs with paper lanterns ablaze.

  3. A Police Bombing, Homes on Fire and an Opera That Grapples With It All Culture, September 15

    “We Shall Not Be Moved,” directed by Bill T. Jones, reflects on the deadly 1985 attack in Philadelphia on the members of the black radical group, Move.

  4. In ‘Rat Film,’ a City of Rodents and Racial Oppression Weekend, September 14

    This documentary-essay about Baltimore reveals its relationship between infestations and economic inequity.

  5. Philadelphia Amtrak Derailment Was ‘Likely an Accident,’ Judge Finds National, September 12

    A Pennsylvania judge dismissed criminal charges in the 2015 derailment, which killed eight people and injured roughly 200 more.

  6. Unranked Maryland Upends No. 23 Texas, Spoiling a Coach’s Debut Sports, September 2

    The Longhorns, who had shown preseason promise under their new coach, Tom Herman, were stunned in their regular-season opener by the Terrapins.

  7. $900,000 Homes in Colorado, Pennsylvania and Vermont Real Estate, August 30

    A renovated midcentury-modern home in Denver, a 1907 stone house in Philadelphia and a lakeside retreat in Ferrisburgh.

  8. What You Get for $900,000 Slideshow, August 30

    A renovated midcentury-modern home in Denver, a 1907 stone house in Philadelphia and a lakeside retreat in Ferrisburgh.

  9. Trump Voters Growing Impatient With the President, Focus Group Reveals National, August 30

    Five Democrats, four independents and three Republicans discussed their mood as registered voters after the president’s first seven months in office.

  10. Paul Goldschmidt’s Teammates Cheer His M.V.P. Campaign Sports, August 26

    “Everyone in here wants it for him,” third baseman Jake Lamb said of Goldschmidt, who leads the league in several offensive categories.

  11. Charlie Robertson, 83, Ex-Mayor Acquitted of Murder, Dies U.S., August 25

    More than three decades after it happened, Mr. Robertson was charged for his role in a fatal shooting during racial unrest in York, Pa., in 1969.