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Boockvar asks judge to dismiss Pa. suit based on Trump’s ‘conjectural theories’

Tens of thousands of provisional ballots in Pa. still need to be processed

Joe Biden flips Arizona, further cementing his presidential victory

Black voters in Pa. played a pivotal role in 2020 election, tipping Joe Biden to victory

Top officials: Nov. 3 election most secure in U.S. history

China offers belated congratulations to President-elect Joe Biden

GOP candidate appeals Allegheny County decision to count ballots with incomplete declarations

Latino immigrants in Pa. facilitate, react to a Biden victory

Counting votes takes time

Is it treason? As Trump denies election results, legal scholar unpacks his attempt to stay in office | Opinion

Trump lawyer tells MontCo judge he has no evidence of fraud, report

Berks County election officials muddle through issues with mailed, provisional ballots

Luzerne County voter turnout approaches 70% with provisional ballot count

Last-minute poll book additions discussed by election inquiry committee

Election equipment vendors describe training, election day issues

How region voted: Biden scores big wins in Montgomery, Chester counties, loses big in Berks

Biden’s stance against fossil fuels didn’t turn away voters in Pennsylvania and other key states | Opinion

In appealing to ‘give each other a chance,’ Biden recalls the democratic charity of Abraham Lincoln | Opinion

Former Trump staffer fishing for fraud with thousands of cold calls to Pa. voters is short on proof

Trump supporters to rally in D.C. against voter fraud; evidence has yet to materialize

Group of Trump supporters in Dauphin County unwavering while awaiting court rulings on election results

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pennsylvania health officials discourage all gatherings as cases surge

No new coronavirus mitigation efforts planned in Pennsylvania — for the moment

No shutdown plans even as COVID-19 cases spike

Pa. Army National Guard soldiers in COVID-19 hotspots are set to lose federal funding

Pennsylvania sees another record day, adds 5,488 new coronavirus cases

Levine: COVID-19 cases higher, but hospitals handling rise for now

COVID-19 pandemic spreads in Pennsylvania; state ‘can’t predict the future’

Delco ERs filling to capacity with new COVID cases

Jersey COVID-19 positive tests up 8-fold; Delco hospitals at capacity. Officials warn of ‘long, hard winter’

Allegheny County officials plead for ‘wake-up call’ amid rising covid numbers

Allegheny County posts new record number of coronavirus cases, 3 new deaths

Westmoreland County reports record 207 new coronavirus cases

Berks County adds 132 coronavirus cases and will end the reporting week up about 30%

Almost 80 residents positive for COVID-19 at Mechanicsburg nursing home

Aide says Biden will appoint ‘COVID coordinator’

California becomes the second state to hit 1 million COVID-19 cases

U.S. Rep. Don Young, longest-ever Republican to serve House, announces COVID-19 diagnosis

Md. governor announces $70M in aid to fight COVID-19, says ‘we have more tough times ahead of us’


Pa. House Democrats elect new leaders for 2021-22 session

Tapped for leadership, Ward, McClinton shatter 244-year-old glass ceiling in Pa. General Assembly

Republican Kim Ward named state Senate’s first female majority leader

Kim Ward becomes 1st woman to serve as majority leader in Pennsylvania Senate history

Pa. Senate GOP majority elect new president pro tempore and first woman to serve as a majority leader

N.J. legalized weed. Now it’s Pa.’s turn. | Editorial

Support for marijuana grows: see the latest states to legalize

Top Pa. senator’s campaign revives lawsuit against journalists over public records fees

Poconos’ hospitality industry fights for survival in the pandemic


Gov. Wolf signs 12th renewal of opioid disaster declaration


More than 700,000 sought unemployment last week as pandemic escalates

3 local restaurants close after potential exposure to COVID-19

State investment in manufacturing will accelerate economic recovery | Opinion


Teen shot to death in Harrisburg school parking lot: officials


Montgomery County delays vote on closing schools in response to coronavirus surge after uproar from angry parents

SCHOOL CLOSURES: Schools, districts shut down, move online as COVID-19 cases surge

Local school districts change learning plans as cases spike

Pennsylvania teachers union urges schools in counties, like Berks, with high coronavirus numbers to go virtual

North Hills School District has had 13 positive tests since Sunday

Authorities investigating student death at Kutztown University

King’s College suspending in-person classes for rest of semester

Ivy League cancels basketball season and other winter sports because of COVID-19 concerns


Sneak peek offered of Live! Casino Pittsburgh before grand opening at Westmoreland Mall

Noticias locales

Scranton mayor proposes no-tax-increase budget

Statue dedicated to late Notre Dame player who called Scranton home

Apartment projects big boost to city

Reading taking extra precautions at City Hall during coronavirus pandemic

Schuylkill Valley Community Library getting $134,712 state grant

Hawk Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America, receives $5,000 grant for STEM initiative

Editorial: Reading Kristallnacht commemoration offers powerful reminder

Lines drawn for and against Wilkes-Barre budget at public hearing

Greensburg YMCA cited for child care violations, three workers fired

Hazleton City Council ratifies land bank ordinance

Noticias nacionales

Fla. Democrats tell governor to rescind job offer to COVID conspiracy theorist, ex-Ohio sports blogger

Nueva Jersey

Bill to decriminalize marijuana in N.J. passes in committee — and is amended to include hallucinogenic mushrooms


Philly Black voters reflect on an election week where ‘history was made’

Philly City Council has formally apologized for the deadly 1985 MOVE bombing

Philadelphia City Council votes to create a nonprofit fund aimed at pulling 100,000 out of poverty

‘Part Soul Train, part TikTok’: Virtual Philly dance party with DJ from 12th and Arch is happening Saturday, live from the Fillmore

For the second time in five months, the National Guard has left Philadelphia

Two Philly officials and brothers, one who oversaw the Broad Street Run and Mummers Parade, have been charged with embezzlement

Philadelphia nurses ‘pushed to the brink’ are threatening to strike

The sounds of the el coquí frog take over North Philly streets in an art exhibit about Puerto Rico’s soundscape

Philly judge who wouldn’t wear a mask in his small, windowless courtroom has COVID-19

Hit-and-run drivers killed four people in Philly in the last week. Police and relatives ask for public’s help.

Philadelphia police: Officer fatally shot a Kensington man who shot at him first

Police found a driver shot dead in a minivan after it crashed into a Northeast Philly lawn

Coronavirus fatigue is real. So is the need for us to stay home again. | Editorial


Convention Center woes trickle down: Manager takes pay cut, gets 5-year extension

Pittsburgh a ‘hub’ for white supremacy, FBI analysts say

Penguins miss deadline to start first developments at former Civic Arena site

Peduto joins mayors from W.Va., Ohio, Ky. to call for public/private support in climate-friendly industrial growth

Pitt, CMU partner with nonprofits, school districts to provide free internet access to city households

Pitt-Georgia Tech game postponed because of covid protocols

Schindler’s list survivor, Pittsburgh cantor Moshe Taube dead at 93

Noticias del Estado

Timeline set for nuclear waste cleanup in Armstrong County

Army Corps says Parks Township nuke cleanup on way and a top priority nationally

DEP blocks restart of Revolution pipeline, saying steep slopes still a risk

Volunteer work at Nolde Forest earns Berks County woman a state award

Community Foundation grants to fund ACRP teen education program, other projects


PennDOT to begin tolling major bridges to fund repairs, other roadwork


Senate approves Congressional Gold Medal for ‘Rosie the Riveters’