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  1. The Wall Street Capitalists Who Put Morals Above Money Book Review, Today

    Zachary Karabell’s “Inside Money” traces the fortunes of the investment firm Brown Brothers Harriman across two centuries.

  2. New York Racing Officials Suspend Baffert From Belmont Stakes Sports, Yesterday

    The Hall of Fame trainer was already under suspension at Churchill Downs, where he won his seventh Kentucky Derby before his horse failed a drug test.

  3. Can a Progressive Prosecutor Survive a 40% Spike in Homicides? National, Yesterday

    Larry Krasner, the district attorney who reduced incarceration in Philadelphia, faces a challenger who blames him for an increase in violent crime.

  4. Bucknell Investigating ‘Horrific’ Harassment of L.G.B.T.Q. Students Express, May 16

    The university said a group of men tried to enter a house for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students last week. Residents said they were terrified and traumatized by the episode.

  5. In New Vaccination Push, Biden Leans on His ‘Community Corps’ Washington, May 16

    Frantic efforts to vaccinate people in an underserved area of Philadelphia underscore a difficult new stage of the nation’s vaccination campaign, as door-to-door efforts become the norm.

  6. Discovery of Bones From MOVE Bombing Jolts Philadelphia Once Again Express, May 15

    City officials said that remains from the 1985 bombing, which were believed to have been cremated without the family’s permission, had apparently been saved in a box in storage.

  7. The infield party went on at the Preakness, if a bit muted. Sports, May 15

    Through the years restrictions have been added to curb rowdy behavior, and this year’s event may be the tamest of them all: Only about 3,000 people were allowed in the main part of the infield.

  8. Expert Picks: Who Will Win the Preakness? Sports, May 14

    Joe Drape and Melissa Hoppert look at the contenders for the 146th Preakness Stakes.

  9. Philadelphia Health Chief Resigns Over Cremation of Remains From MOVE Bombing Express, May 13

    The revelation that unidentified remains from at least one of the victims of a 1985 police bombing had been discarded without regard to the family’s wishes touched off fresh waves of pain and anger.

  10. ‘A Measure of Peace’ for Families of Maryland Lynching Victims Express, May 13

    Dozens of Black men and boys were lynched in the state between 1854 and 1933. Gov. Larry Hogan has now pardoned 34 of the victims to “right these horrific wrongs.”

  11. Winning Always Wins. Will Integrity Place, or Even Show? Sports, May 13

    Ahead of the Preakness, with horse racing’s best-known trainer mired in controversy, it seems the sport’s credibility is going down to the wire.

  12. I.P.A. Signing Bonuses and Free Subs: Luring Labor as a Beach Economy Booms Business, May 11

    Restaurants are cutting lunch hours and gas stations are paying signing bonuses as a beach town’s boom serves as a possible preview to the nation.

  13. F.B.I. Asking Questions After a Pension Fund Aimed High and Fell Short Business, May 11

    The Pennsylvania teachers’ retirement fund put more than half its assets into risky alternative investments. The math didn’t work out, spurring an investigation.

  14. On the Airwaves, Baffert Rails Against Cheating Allegations Sports, May 10

    A day after the Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit was revealed to have failed a drug test, the horse’s trainer cited “cancel culture” in his denials.

  15. Pete du Pont, Ex-Delaware Governor Who Ran for President, Dies at 86 Obits, May 9

    Bored with working at his family’s chemical company, Mr. du Pont entered politics and led an economic turnaround of his debt-ridden home state.

  16. 4 Dead in Shooting and Fire Near Baltimore, Police Say Express, May 8

    Two men and one woman died after a shooting and a townhouse fire, which were related, officials said. The police fatally shot the gunman.

  17. For Chakaia Booker, Whose Medium Is Tires, the Art Is in the Journey Arts & Leisure, May 7

    First things first: “I sculpt myself every day,” says Booker, who appears swathed in yards of textiles, from headdress to sneakers.

  18. Beware of Car Towing Companies That Patrol Private Parking Lots Business, May 7

    Your car may have been towed for legitimate reasons — you parked in a loading zone, for instance. But in some cases, you may have been the victim of a towing company looking to earn fees.

  19. Baltimore Vaccine Plant’s Troubles Ripple Across 3 Continents Investigative, May 6

    Millions of doses of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine produced by Emergent BioSolutions have been held back in Europe, South Africa and Canada as a precaution.

  20. $750,000 Homes in Pennsylvania, New York and Georgia Real Estate, May 5

    A circa-1900 brick house in Lancaster, a one-bedroom condo in New York City and a two-bedroom condo overlooking Troup Square in Savannah.

  21. What You Get for $750,000 Slideshow, May 5

    A circa-1900 brick house in Lancaster, Pa.; a one-bedroom condo in New York City; and a two-bedroom condo overlooking Troup Square in Savannah, Ga.

  22. Years After Deadly Shooting, Tree of Life Synagogue Plans a New Beginning National, May 4

    Daniel Libeskind, an architect known for memorializing historical trauma, will turn the site of 11 deaths back into a home for worship as well as a place to learn about confronting hatred.

  23. They Are Their Own Monuments Culture, May 3

    In two North Philadelphia neighborhoods, many hands create homegrown art tributes to local heroes.

  24. Beer? Money? States and Cities Offer Incentives to Get Vaccinated. Express, May 3

    State employees who get vaccinated in Maryland are eligible for a $100 payment, while Detroit is giving out $50 prepaid debit cards to those who give someone a ride to a vaccine site.

  25. Beer? Money? States and Cities Offer Incentives to Get Vaccinated. Express, May 3

    State employees who get vaccinated in Maryland are eligible for a $100 payment, while Detroit is giving out $50 prepaid debit cards to those who give someone a ride to a vaccine site.

  26. Biden Celebrates Amtrak’s 50th Anniversary Video, April 30

    President Biden visited Philadelphia on Friday to mark Amtrak’s anniversary and used the occasion to promote his $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal, which includes $80 billion for mass transit.

  27. ‘Amtrak became my family,’ Biden, a longtime commuter, says on the railroad’s 50th anniversary. Washington, April 30

    The president has been called “Amtrak Joe” because of the years he spent taking the train between Washington and Delaware.

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  29. Pro-Biden Group to Begin Ad Campaign Promoting His Agenda in Swing States Politics, April 30

    Building Back Together will highlight the president’s coronavirus response and his economic plan and will contrast his measured approach to his bombastic predecessor’s.

  30. $1.7 Million Homes in Maryland, Oregon and California Real Estate, April 28

    A contemporary-style glass house in Monkton, a 1914 Craftsman bungalow in Portland and a modernist home designed by Stan Allen in Glendale.

  31. What You Get for $1.7 Million Slideshow, April 28

    A contemporary glass house in Monkton, Md.; a 1914 Craftsman bungalow in Portland, Ore.; and a modern home designed by Stan Allen in Glendale, Calif.

  32. U.S. Population Over Last Decade Grew at Slowest Rate Since 1930s National, April 26

    With immigration leveling off and a declining birthrate, the United States may be entering an era of substantially lower population growth, demographers said.

  33. Decades After Police Bombing, Philadelphians ‘Sickened’ by Handling of Victim’s Bones Express, April 24

    The disclosure that anthropologists at two Ivy League universities had kept bones from a victim of the 1985 MOVE bombing infuriated its members as well as city leaders.

  34. Vaccines Made at Troubled Baltimore Plant Were Shipped to Canada and Mexico Investigative, April 23

    The Biden administration said it did not know of manufacturing problems at the Emergent factory when it approved shipping millions of doses of AstraZeneca’s vaccine. The company says the doses were safe.

  35. In ‘Philly D.A.,’ a Reformer Prosecutes the System Culture, April 22

    The gripping PBS documentary series is a richly detailed look at what happens when an idealist gets actual power.

  36. The Pianist Hasaan Ibn Ali’s Lone Album Arrives, 56 Years Later Weekend, April 22

    The Philadelphia musician’s only album as a bandleader was long thought lost in a fire. Now his legacy could undergo a reassessment.

  37. Federal Inspectors Fear More Vaccines Were Exposed to Contamination Investigative, April 21

    Last month, up to 15 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine had to be discarded at Emergent’s factory in Baltimore. A new report says problems were not fully investigated and other doses may be compromised.

  38. Federal Inspectors Say More Vaccines at Troubled Plant May Be Contaminated Investigative, April 21

    Last month, up to 15 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine had to be discarded at Emergent’s factory in Baltimore. A new report says problems were not fully investigated and other doses may be compromised.

  39. Amy Klobuchar: I Learned 2 Things From My First Job With Walter Mondale Op Ed, April 20

    The vice president was my role model — and my friend.

  40. Archaeologists Solve a Decades-Old Harriet Tubman Mystery Culture, April 20

    State and federal officials announced on Tuesday that they had located the site of the Maryland cabin where the Underground Railroad conductor lived as a young adult.

  41. Who I Lost Interactive, March 5

    One in three Americans knows someone who died from the coronavirus. We spoke to the people the pandemic left behind.

  42. A Storm for the Record Books Interactive, February 2

    A powerful winter storm pummeled the northeast, dropping more than a foot of snow in many areas

  43. Full Analysis of the 2021 Inauguration of President Joe Biden Interactive, January 20

    New York Times reporters provided live coverage of Inauguration Day, as former President Donald J. Trump departed the White House and President Joseph R. Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States.

  44. Mary J. Wilson Was Baltimore’s First Black Senior Zookeeper Interactive, December 23

    She had no specialized training, but she did have a way with the fiercest and most vulnerable animals.

  45. What We Saw on Day 1 of the Vaccine Rollout Interactive, December 15

    Times correspondents report on the first coronavirus vaccinations in the United States.

  46. ‘We’re Facing So Many Different Battles’ Interactive, December 14

    Catherine Volcy, like college students across America, is studying from home. She is aching to talk in person with her peers and professors about this tumultuous year.

  47. How Biden Flipped Pennsylvania and Won the Election Interactive, November 7

    As eastern counties shifted left, Joe Biden was propelled into victory in a state that President Trump narrowly won in 2016.

  48. Pennsylvania Election Results: 18th Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Pennsylvania election.

  49. Pennsylvania Election Results: Fourth Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Pennsylvania election.

  50. Maryland Election Results: First Congressional District Interactive, November 3

    See full results and maps from the Maryland election.

  51. The Battlegrounds Within Battlegrounds Interactive, October 31

    Here are 20 counties in battleground states that are crucial for a White House victory.

  52. The State That Could Decide How Far Republicans Will Go to Win Interactive, October 27

    An unlikely scenario with serious consequences.

  53. Live: Delaware State Primary Election Results 2020 Interactive, September 15

    Detailed results and maps from the Delaware primary election.

  54. How to Run a Naked 5K Interactive, September 3

    “Once on a practice run, I looked down,” said Bruce Freeburger, 69. “I’m not doing that again.”

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

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

  57. 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.

  58. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

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

  59. 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.

  60. Maryland Covid 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.

  61. Delaware Covid 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.