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  1. 50 Years Later, Gamble and Huff’s Philly Sound Stirs the Soul Arts & Leisure, February 25

    The songwriters and producers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff’s Black-owned label Philadelphia International Records turned a city’s aesthetic into a movement that reverberated around the world.

  2. The Supreme Court Is Not Finished With Elections Op Ed, February 25

    The justices are about to consider whether the Voting Rights Act applies to policies that restrict the vote.

  3. Honoring One Life Among 500,000 National, February 24

    In North Philadelphia, a family gathered for a last day with “The Best Mom Ever.”

  4. He Had to Drop Out of College. Then He Gave It $20 Million. National, February 23

    The gift will help Morgan State University, a historically Black college, finance scholarships for financially needy students.

  5. The Merit, Thrills, Boredom and Fear of Police Work Book Review, February 23

    “Tangled Up in Blue,” by Rosa Brooks, and “We Own This City,” by Justin Fenton, take readers inside two police forces (in Washington and Baltimore) to examine a complicated culture.

  6. Supreme Court Won’t Hear Pennsylvania Election Case on Mailed Ballots Washington, February 22

    In dissent, three justices said the court should have used the case to provide guidance in future elections.

  7. Can This Man Save The Baltimore Sun? Business, February 17

    Stewart Bainum, a hotel magnate and former politician, has swooped in with a plan to run it and other papers in Maryland as part of a nonprofit.

  8. If ‘Housing Is a Right,’ How Do We Make It Happen? Op Ed, February 17

    For starters, Biden can improve lives right now by recalibrating existing programs.

  9. Pennsylvania G.O.P.’s Push for More Power Over Judiciary Raises Alarms Politics, February 15

    After fighting the election results, state Republicans are trying to increase their control of the courts. Outraged Democrats and good government groups see it as a new kind of gerrymandering.

  10. Pennsylvania G.O.P.’s Push for More Power Over Judiciary Raises Alarms Politics, February 15

    After fighting the election results, state Republicans are trying to increase their control of the courts. Outraged Democrats and good government groups see it as a new kind of gerrymandering.

  11. Tom Perez on Democrats’ Mistakes and Why Iowa Shouldn’t Go First Politics, February 14

    In an interview, the former D.N.C. chairman discussed a possible bid for Maryland governor and said Iowa and New Hampshire starting the presidential nominating process was “unacceptable.”

  12. Three Men Are Accused in Scheme to Sell Covid-19 Vaccines Express, February 12

    Prosecutors said the men created a fake duplicate of the Moderna website to fraudulently sell doses of the vaccine, which they never had.

  13. Maryland Approves Country’s First Tax on Big Tech’s Ad Revenue Business, February 12

    Analysts estimate that the tax will generate up to $250 million for schools in the state in the first year. It will also probably face fierce legal challenges.

  14. Maryland Nears Country’s First Tax on Big Tech’s Ad Revenue Business, February 12

    Analysts estimate that the tax would generate up to $250 million for schools in the state in the first year. It would also probably face fierce legal challenges.

  15. How We Decided to Send Our Daughter Back to School National, February 10

    I thought I would have until our first grader went off to college before I would feel such anxiety.

  16. $700,000 Homes in Pennsylvania, Missouri and California Real Estate, February 10

    A stone house in horse country outside Philadelphia, a Georgian Revival home in Kansas City and a 1907 cottage in Pasadena.

  17. What You Get for $700,000 Slideshow, February 10

    A stone house in horse country outside Philadelphia; a Georgian Revival home in Kansas City, Mo.; and a 1907 cottage in Pasadena, Calif.

  18. Childhood Colds Do Not Prevent Coronavirus Infection, Study Finds Science, February 10

    New research casts doubt on the idea that prior infections with garden-variety coronaviruses might shield some people, particularly children, amid the pandemic.

  19. John Fetterman, Senate Candidate, Revisits Gun Incident Involving Black Jogger Politics, February 9

    As a mayor in 2013, Mr. Fetterman, a Democrat, used a gun to stop Christopher Miyares, a Black man jogging nearby, after saying he heard gunshots. The police found no weapons on Mr. Miyares and released him.

  20. ‘She Just Lost It’: Chicago School Fight Leaves Families in Limbo National, February 9

    The city’s teachers union approved a deal that would send a first wave of students back to classrooms this week.

  21. Restaurants Find a New Revenue Source: Feeding the Hungry Dining, February 9

    What began as an emergency measure in the pandemic’s early days has turned into a long-term business plan that could help many kitchens keep running.

  22. Would the Founders Convict Trump and Bar Him From Office? Op Ed, February 9

    They believed as a matter of civic principle that ethical leadership is the glue that holds a constitutional republic together.

  23. A Longtime Delaware Resident Commutes Home. A Few Things Have Changed. Washington, February 7

    As he had done countless times in his career in public office, Joe Biden returned to the Wilmington suburbs from Washington on Friday — this time, as the commander in chief.

  24. District Attorney Charged in Sexual Assaults on Former Clients Express, February 7

    Chad Salsman, the elected prosecutor of Bradford County, Pa., was accused of preying on female clients who were in vulnerable legal or personal situations while he was their defense lawyer.

  25. Intruder Boards a Military Plane at Joint Base Andrews Express, February 5

    An unarmed man was given a summons for trespassing after he gained access to the base on Thursday and boarded an aircraft typically used by senior government and military leaders, officials said.

  26. 15-Year Sentence for Pennsylvania Man Who Abused Girls at Orphanage in Kenya Express, February 4

    Two of the victims were 11 years old when the abuse began, Gregory Dow admitted to the authorities.

  27. Pension Funds Are Mixed or Mum on More Cash for Apollo Business, February 3

    California’s huge public retirement system, for one, offered only cautious support after new disclosures of financial ties between the firm’s chief, Leon Black, and Jeffrey Epstein.

  28. 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

  29. Tired of winter yet? The groundhog isn’t. Express, February 2

    In his annual prognostication, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, meaning there will be six more weeks of winter.

  30. Russell Shorto’s Grandpa Was a ‘Smalltime’ Mobster Book Review, February 2

    In his latest book, the master of historical narrative turns his gaze on his family’s past, uncovering a criminal network in Johnstown, Pa.

  31. After Record Turnout, Republicans Are Trying to Make It Harder to Vote National, January 30

    The presidential election results are settled. But the battle over new voting rules, especially for mail-in ballots, has just begun.

  32. John Chaney, Hall of Fame Temple Basketball Coach, Dies at 89 Obits, January 29

    He won more than 500 games and six Atlantic 10 tournament championships with Temple, and he took his teams to the N.C.A.A. tournament’s regional finals five times.

  33. Children Need to Be Back in School Tomorrow Op Ed, January 28

    Teacher resistance is a disaster for the most vulnerable.

  34. 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.

  35. 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.

  36. 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.

  37. ‘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.

  38. 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.

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

    See full results and maps from the Pennsylvania election.

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

    See full results and maps from the Pennsylvania election.

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

    See full results and maps from the Maryland election.

  42. The Battlegrounds Within Battlegrounds Interactive, October 31

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

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

    An unlikely scenario with serious consequences.

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

    Detailed results and maps from the Delaware primary election.

  45. 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.”

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

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

  48. 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.

  49. The New Saturday Night Interactive, May 1

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

  50. 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.

  51. 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.

  52. 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.