1. Sessions Once Again Threatens Sanctuary Cities National, Today

    The attorney general told cities and states they could lose millions of dollars in federal grants unless they cooperate with immigration agents.

  2. Coast Guard Shelves Plans to Shut Down Potomac Near a Trump Resort National, Today

    A public outcry led the Coast Guard to ease a security zone at Trump National Golf Club on the river for boats, kayaks and other watercraft.

  3. Starboard Value Hedge Fund Wants to Force ComScore to Hold an Annual Meeting Business, Yesterday

    It is the latest instance of an activist shareholder seeking to flex its muscle and change a company’s corporate strategy

  4. Pittsburgh Gets a Tech Makeover Styles, July 22

    The city is newly stylish, with hyped restaurants and an Ace hotel, thanks to a steady flow of Carnegie Mellon grads who decided to stay.

  5. Sessions Presses Immigration Agenda in Philadelphia, a Sanctuary City National, July 21

    A day after the president’s public rebuke, Mr. Sessions emphasized his eagerness to carry out his policy priorities “under Trump’s direction.”...

  6. These Americans Hated the Health Law. Until the Idea of Repeal Sank In. Science, July 20

    Sentiment in a Pennsylvania county has tracked with a national shift in opinion about the Affordable Care Act amid fears that millions could lose coverage.

  7. Parents Who ‘Gifted’ a Daughter to Man Are Sentenced National, July 20

    A judge in Pennsylvania said it was “just incomprehensible” that a couple gave their oldest daughter to a man who sexually assaulted her and five of her sisters.

  8. Video Appears to Show Baltimore Police Officer Planting Drugs National, July 19

    Drug charges were dropped and an officer was suspended after Maryland’s Office of the Public Defender released video from a police body camera.

  9. What You Get for $500,000 Slideshow, July 19

    An antebellum home near Pittsburgh, a modernist house outside Santa Fe, N.M., and an 1895 townhouse in St. Louis.

  10. $500,000 Homes in Pennsylvania, New Mexico and Missouri Real Estate, July 19

    An antebellum home near Pittsburgh, a modernist house outside Santa Fe, N.M., and an 1895 townhouse in St. Louis.

  11. After Grisly Killings in Pennsylvania, a Quick Deal to Spare Execution National, July 17

    Prosecutors sometimes reach plea deals with people accused of capital offenses, but an agreement in Bucks County was notable for its speed.

  12. Meet Archie Warhol, the Art World’s Second-Most-Famous Dachshund Weekend, July 17

    Andy Warhol carried his beloved dog everywhere, even to Studio 54, Jamie Wyeth said: “Just like Andy, he didn’t say a word.”...

  13. Cosmo DiNardo Took a Dark Turn Before Bucks County Killings, Friends Say National, July 17

    Before Mr. DiNardo confessed to killing four young men in Pennsylvania, there were signs of a volatile, bullying personality getting worse over time.

  14. Russian Mansions: Retreats or Spy Nests? Video, July 17

    The Obama administration ordered Russian diplomats to leave two waterfront compounds in New York and Maryland. Now, Russia wants them back.

  15. After 4 Suburban Lives Are Lost, 2 Cousins Are Charged in Pennsylvania Killings National, July 14

    The complaint says the men lured the victims to a remote farm, shot them, ran one over with a backhoe and tried to burn three bodies in a “pig roaster.”...

  16. Man Admits to Killings of 4 Missing Men in Pennsylvania, Lawyer Says National, July 13

    Cosmo DiNardo, 20, had been described as a “person of interest” in the disappearance of four men after bodies were found buried on his parents’ farm.

  17. What We Know About the Pennsylvania Killings National, July 13

    The four men went missing last week in Pennsylvania. On Thursday, Cosmo DiNardo confessed to killing all four, his lawyer said. On Friday, Mr. DiNardo and another man were charged with homicide.

  18. Human Remains Found on Pennsylvania Farm Include Body of One of 4 Missing Men National, July 12

    The announcement came hours after the arrest of “a person of interest,” the son of the owners of the farm where the search for the men had focused.

  19. Arrest of ‘Person of Interest’ in Men’s Disappearance Was Sought Weeks Ago National, July 11

    The Bucks County district attorney’s office asked the Bensalem Police Department in June to rearrest the man, Cosmo DiNardo, on a weapons charge.

  20. Search in Pennsylvania for 4 Missing Men Focuses on a Vast Farm National, July 10

    The four young men went missing over a two-day period last week. The police are searching a farm; the son of the property’s owners was arrested on an unrelated weapons charge.

  21. $2.2 Million Homes in Vermont, South Carolina and Pennsylvania Real Estate, July 5

    A 19th-century house in Barnard, an antebellum home near Augusta and a country modern retreat in Bucks County.

  22. What You Get for $2.2 Million Slideshow, July 5

    A 19th-century house in Barnard, an antebellum home near Augusta and a country modern retreat in Bucks County.

  23. How to Become a Secret Service Agent Video, July 3

    Learn about five different training exercises recruits go through at this Secret Service training facility in Maryland.

  24. Philadelphia District Attorney Pleads Guilty to Bribery and Resigns National, June 29

    R. Seth Williams, elected in 2009 as the city’s first black district attorney, faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine for accepting gifts from businesspeople in return for legal help.

  25. Putting Delaware’s Protected Coast Back to Work Business, June 27

    Officials are considering changing a 1971 law protecting coastal areas in hopes that reopening 14 sites to industrial development will create jobs.