T/mid-atlantic

  1. How to Reduce Abortion Opinion, Today

    Clues from the state with the biggest recent decline.

  2. Elijah E. Cummings, Powerful Democrat Who Investigated Trump, Dies at 68 U.S., Today

    A son of sharecroppers, he fought tirelessly for his hometown, Baltimore, and became a key figure in the impeachment investigation of President Trump.

  3. Wheels Up on More Flights to the African Continent Travel, Today

    New nonstop flights are dramatically cutting travel time and linking more African cities to the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.

  4. Faced With a Drug Shortfall, Doctors Scramble to Treat Children With Cancer Health, October 14

    A critical chemotherapy medication is in short supply, and physicians say there is no appropriate substitute.

  5. Johnson & Johnson Hit With $8 Billion Jury Verdict in Risperdal Suit Health, October 8

    A Philadelphia jury found that a subsidiary downplayed the risks that the anti-psychotic drug could lead to breast growth in boys.

  6. 3 Babies Die at a Pennsylvania Hospital After Bacterial Infections U.S., October 7

    The premature babies were being treated in a neonatal intensive care unit when they were infected. Five other babies were also sickened.

  7. ‘I Gave the Other Guy a Shot’ U.S., October 7

    After taking a chance on Donald Trump in 2016, a swing county in western Pennsylvania is up for grabs again.

  8. Free Speech Is Killing Us Opinion, October 4

    Noxious language online is causing real-world violence. What can we do about it?

  9. Runaway Bull Corralled and Tranquilized After Roaming the Streets of Baltimore U.S., October 2

    This was the third time this year that a bovine has gotten loose in the city.

  10. Philadelphia Supervised Injection Site Wins Legal Fight Against Justice Department U.S., October 2

    A plan to create a space where people can inject heroin and other drugs under medical supervision does not violate a federal law intended to crack down on drug houses, a federal judge ruled.

  11. An Eagles Fan Made a Heroic Catch. ‘Unlike Agholor.’ Sports, October 2

    Hakim Laws rescued a family from a Philadelphia fire. But it was his potshot at an Eagles wide receiver that made him an internet sensation.

  12. An Eagles Fan Made a Heroic Catch. ‘Unlike Agholor.’ Sports, October 2

    Hakim Laws rescued a family from a Philadelphia fire. But it was his potshot at an Eagles wide receiver that made him an internet sensation.

  13. Lambertville, N.J.: Vintage Charm and Free Spirits Real Estate, October 2

    Half a century after residents began restoring its historic architecture, this small city draws plenty of visitors from big cities nearby. Now it’s hoping to attract innovative businesses, too.

  14. Living In ... Lambertville, N.J. Slideshow, October 2

    The small city on the Delaware River draws plenty of visitors from big cities nearby. Now it’s hoping to attract innovative businesses, too.

  15. Isn’t It Fall Yet? 90-Degree Heat Scorches Much of the Nation on Oct. 1 U.S., October 1

    Unseasonably hot, humid weather dominated across the South, the Ohio Valley and the Middle Atlantic states on Tuesday, breaking records and closing some schools.

  16. Murder Rate Drops Across U.S., but Not in All Large Cities U.S., September 30

    The decline in killings and property crimes in 2018 continues a decades-long trend, according to F.B.I. data.

  17. Wrongly Convicted, They Had to Choose: Freedom or Restitution U.S., September 30

    Prosecutors are adopting strategies to keep from having to pay for mistakes.

  18. 4 Inmates Recaptured After Ohio Jail Escape U.S., September 29

    The men were apprehended in North Carolina after overpowering guards at a county jail in Ohio early Sunday.

  19. What Ukrainian-Americans Are Saying About the Ukraine Scandal U.S., September 29

    Ukraine might be at the center of a political furor, but that’s seen as an opportunity for a community that feels its homeland has long been overlooked and misunderstood.

  20. 5 Stabbed at Hunt Valley Mall Near Baltimore, Police Say U.S., September 28

    The attacker, who was fatally shot by officers, had a three-inch hunting-type knife, officials said.

  21. I Pray for Murder (Sometimes) Opinion, September 28

    I’ve learned how to dodge a bullet. But how do you dodge a stroke?

  22. 5 New Standout Hotels in American College Towns Travel, September 28

    When it comes to non-student accommodations, many college towns offer little more than a weathered chain hotel. These five standouts provide more stylish (and studied) alternatives.

  23. The America That Isn’t Polarized The Upshot, September 24

    Political institutions may be more divided than they’ve been in a century and a half, but how divided are Americans themselves?

  24. 3 Are Dead and 4 Hospitalized in Pittsburgh From Overdoses, Officials Say U.S., September 22

    All the victims were wearing orange wristbands and had been at the same event on Saturday night, but overdosed together at a private residence, the authorities said.

  25. Pennsylvania State Senator Resigns After Arrest on Child Pornography Charges U.S., September 18

    The authorities said they found pornographic images on Senator Michael Folmer’s phone.

  26. A New Wave of Caregivers: Men Opinion, September 18

    The shortage of caregivers around the country has opened a constructive path for men seeking work, including some who have served time in prison.

  27. ‘Squash It! Smash It!’: Pennsylvania Implores Residents to Kill an Invasive Bug on Sight U.S., September 18

    Hordes of spotted lanternflies are flapping through the state, threatening agriculture. “They jump, they’re big, they’re scary,” one Pennsylvanian said. “It’s like all of your worst nightmares coming to fruition.”

  28. Was Ric Ocasek Actually 75? Reader Center, September 17

    Some sources said the Cars frontman, who died Sunday, was 70. Here’s how The Times figured out the right age.