1. Catholic Dioceses in Pennsylvania Face Federal Inquiry Into Sexual Abuse National, October 18

    Dioceses across the state said Thursday that they had received federal grand jury subpoenas.

  2. $1.8 Million Homes in Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Oregon Real Estate, October 17

    An 18th-century stone barn in Bucks County, an 1812 Federal-style house in Newport and a 1966 Tudor in Portland.

  3. What You Get for $1.8 Million Slideshow, October 17

    An 18th-century stone barn in Carversville, Pa.; an 1812 Federal-style house in Newport, R.I.; and a 1966 Tudor in Portland, Ore.

  4. ‘Charm City’ Vividly Captures the Streets of Baltimore Culture, October 16

    Marilyn Ness’s documentary is dedicated to the memory of the more than 1,000 people said to be killed in Baltimore during the film’s making.

  5. Republican Candidate in Pennsylvania Threatens to ‘Stomp All Over’ Opponent’s Face Politics, October 12

    A spokesman for Scott Wagner said he made a video threatening the incumbent, Gov. Tom Wolf, in order to criticize his opponent’s use of negative campaign ads.

  6. Joseph Tydings, Ex-Democratic Senator and Nixon Target, Dies at 90 Obituaries, October 12

    He had an active single term as what the White House called a “liberal radical” from Maryland. He later objected to Trump’s appropriating his family seal.

  7. With Market Hot, Landlords Slam the Door on Section 8 Tenants Washington, October 12

    Many landlords are now refusing to accept vouchers when they can get higher rents, without the bureaucratic red tape, on the open market.

  8. Pope Accepts Wuerl’s Resignation as Washington Archbishop, but Calls Him a Model Bishop Foreign, October 12

    Despite demands to oust Cardinal Wuerl over sexual abuse scandals, Pope Francis praised him as a model leader.

  9. In a Crucial Pennsylvania District, Gun Policy Reigns Supreme Politics, October 10

    Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter was killed in Parkland, Fla., came to Pennsylvania on Tuesday to try to push a Democratic candidate over the finish line.

  10. Trapped by the ‘Walmart of Heroin’ Magazine, October 10

    A Philadelphia neighborhood is the largest open-air narcotics market for heroin on the East Coast. Addicts come from all over, and many never leave.

  11. Trump Tax Law Is Back to Haunt House Republicans in Key Races Metro, October 4

    The House vote making the tax law permanent, including the SALT cap, has given Democrats a hot-button issue for close races around the country.

  12. White House Has a Message for Republican Candidates: Stay Close to Trump Washington, October 2

    In a memo, Bill Stepien, the White House political director, described a plan for the president to campaign in seven states for House candidates who support his agenda.

  13. A Rare Court Ruling Allowed the Drug Maker Fresenius to Nix a $4.75 Billion Deal Business, October 2

    A judge agreed that Akorn had made misrepresentations about its business that were serious enough for Fresenius to walk out on a buyout.

  14. Forget Pumpkin Spice, Try a Pumpkin Whoopie Pie Dining, October 1

    Tico’s, a bakery in Lancaster, Pa., sells versions of the treat adapted from a family recipe.

  15. Car Explosion Kills Three Men in Pennsylvania, Officials Say Express, September 30

    Officials said three men were killed in the explosion, which they called “an isolated incident.”

  16. A Veteran Had a Yard Sale to Pay for His Own Funeral. Two Men Helped Him Raise $58,000. Express, September 30

    Willie Davis, 66, had received a diagnosis of terminal cancer, and was trying to sell his possessions so that his family would not have to pay for the burial.

  17. Mark Judge’s Name Keeps Coming Up. Here’s What We Know. Express, September 27

    Two women have identified Mr. Judge, a high school friend of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, as a participant and witness to sexual misconduct decades ago.

  18. A Key Figure in the Kavanaugh Allegations: Who Is Mark Judge? Video, September 27

    Selfie videos, male sexuality and filming young women. These themes appear in the videos and writings of Mark Judge that The New York Times reviewed, revealing a partial portrait of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s high school friend.

  19. What Bill Cosby’s Life Will Be Like as Inmate NN7687 Culture, September 26

    Inmates typically double up at the Pennsylvania state prison holding Mr. Cosby, but officials have isolated him in a single cell near the infirmary.

  20. Female Candidates Calibrate Politics With Support for Kavanaugh Accusers Politics, September 26

    Democratic and Republican women are treading carefully on the allegations against the Supreme Court nominee, well aware that they cannot alienate suburban women.

  21. $800,000 Homes in California, Maryland and Massachusetts Real Estate, September 26

    A Spanish-Colonial Revival bungalow in Pasadena, a 1937 house in Takoma Park and a shingled cottage on Nantucket.

  22. What You Get for $800,000 Slideshow, September 26

    A Spanish-Colonial Revival bungalow in Pasadena, Calif.; a 1937 house in Takoma Park, Md.; and a shingled cottage in Nantucket, Mass.

  23. Cosby’s Team Alleges Racism and Sexism, Calling Him Victim of a ‘Sex War’ Express, September 25

    Bill Cosby’s publicist also drew a comparison to accusations of sexual misconduct against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, the nominee to the Supreme Court.

  24. Bill Cosby, Once a Model of Fatherhood, Is Sent to Prison for Sexual Assault Culture, September 25

    Mr. Cosby was sentenced to serve three to 10 years for drugging and assaulting Andrea Constand. He has said he will appeal the conviction.

  25. The Best Way for Democrats to Win Working-Class Voters Op Ed, September 24

    Show up on people’s doorsteps, and the recipe is simple: listen and offer compelling solutions and information that’s new to them that they can connect with their lives.

  26. Bill Cosby Sentencing: Psychologist Says Threat to Women Remains Culture, September 24

    She said Mr. Cosby, 81, had a personality disorder that drove him to seek sex with nonconsenting partners, a depiction that the defense challenged.