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The Republican ‘bloodletting’ continued in the Philadelphia suburbs. What does it mean for Trump in 2020?

A new 2020 poll has warning sings for Trump in Pennsylvania and other ‘Blue Wall’ states he captured in 2016

What will Dems do now that they control Delco?

Bucks Dems, GOP look ahead to new roles, 2020

For Chesco Dems, election sweep a ‘dream’

In Upper Darby, first-time council member unseats longtime Republican mayor

Automatic recount could be triggered in Superior Court race

Don’t back down: Marsy’s Law challenge should continue

Marsy’s Law backers call on opponents to drop lawsuit in wake of strong voter support

Westmoreland sheriff-elect promises changes when he takes office

Reading Mayor-elect Eddie Moran promises to build a better city

Review coming for close Westmoreland commissioner race; recount not automatic

Trump is on borrowed time after Democratic election massacres in battleground Pennsylvania suburbs | Maria Panaritis

Nearly one-third of Luzerne County voters picked straight-ticket option Tuesday

Voting Republican again preferred choice in county

Women win seats of power throughout Lackawanna County

City woman says machine changed her straight-ticket vote

Berks County recorder of deeds heartbroken in defeat

Winners of Tuesday’s Berks County commissioners race expect to work in harmony

Problems with new voting systems weren’t widespread, Pa. officials say; GOP leader disagrees

Berks County voter turnout hits 30%

Democrats are flirting with losing Pa. and blowing the 2020 election | John Baer

Editorial: Plenty of news in ‘off year’ Berks election

Lehigh County voters can expect more privacy when voting in 2020

Cause of counting failures in Northampton County voting machines not yet known, but officials express confidence in results

In Allentown mayoral bid, Tim Ramos hoped to beat expectations. Ray O’Connell did instead

‘Complete breakdown’ vs. ‘hiccup’: York County’s election night drama highlights voting machine worries

Early election results show record turnout in Bucks County

Editorial: A seismic, historic shift in Delco politics


The last moderate standing?: Suburban Republicans look to life after Gene DiGirolamo

What’s really behind the creation of Pennsylvania’s new E-Verify law?

Pennsylvania can do better on ‘surprise billing’ for patients | Opinion


A Massachusetts company wants to build three hydroelectric plants to harness power from Lehigh Valley rivers, dams

Pennsylvania hardwood industry feeling the effects of trade war with China


Witnesses describe accused New Ken cop killer as ‘frantic’ shortly after shooting


Day after election, tour shows rapid progress at W-B Area high school site

‘It feels like you’re in heaven’ in suburban private school’s new, kid-designed library

5 questions: When school starts later, kids get more sleep, and it shows in better grades, health, fewer accidents

New leadership team, including a superintendent, appointed in Scranton

Medical school program pays tuition if doctors stay in the system

Bucknell poll shows mixed opinions on whether to pay college athletes


Mt. Airy sportsbook ribbon-cutting set


Buyer beware: ‘Junk plans’ plague health care market

Allegheny Health Network taps longtime UPMC surgeon to help guide $300M investment in cancer care

Report: W-B General has above average mortality in intenstinal obstruction cases

Millennial health is deteriorating faster than older generations — at a steep economic cost

Fewer people are dying in state’s hospitals but some red flags raised in central Pa., report shows

Noticias locales

Firefighters, public works employees take part in training exercises at Solomon Creek floodgates

Few glitches identified during city floodgate training

W-B officials consider sewer system sale

Wilkes-Barre career fair set for veterans

Iconic tree cut down amid safety concerns in Kingston

Lackawanna County commissioners forgo vote on 2020 budget

Dead wrong

24 ODs in 3 days in Dauphin County: State officials sound alarm

Nueva Jersey

The blue wave skips New Jersey as Democrats lose legislative seats


Food insecurity — not having enough food to eat — causes drastic and unhealthy coping solutions for many high school athletes in and around Philly. But many have overcome its consequences

10-year-old boy shot in head in Frankford while walking home from school, police say

Boy, 16, and two men shot in Hunting Park

Homicide detectives probe fatal fall of girl, 4, in Francisville

Lindsey Vonn talks mental health, retirement at Philly event: ‘I’m hurting every day’

Philly’s ReelBlack showcase of independent black films is ending

Donovan McNabb to be inducted into Philly Sports Hall of Fame

Philly Mayor Jim Kenney tips his hat to winning Working Families Party candidate Kendra Brooks: ‘She worked hard’

How Kendra Brooks and the Working Families Party beat the odds to win in Philadelphia

Kevin Smith planned to shoot a movie in the Philly area. The film fell apart, but inspired his next one.

Philadelphia Republicans endured a “preposterous” election season. What’s next?

Philly elected more worker advocates. But, where are the jobs?

Tuesday’s election signaled change. How big, how lasting? | Editorial

Philly needs stronger workforce development | Opinion


After close parks tax vote, divided city council to take up issue

Heinz Endowments approves $500K grant for city parks

Police critically wound man in exchange of gunfire in Crafton Heights

#EssentiallyPittsburgh: From a kayak, a very different perspective

Criminal for life or changed man? Kind words can’t save Pittsburgh drug dealer from prison return

Pittsburgh airport gets $18.7 million cargo grant

Pittsburgh health care analyst takes 2nd place in ‘Jeopardy!’ episode, showdown not over yet

A new face on Allegheny County Council as incumbent Sue Means loses to Democrat Tom Duerr

Noticias del Estado

Mon Valley residents, environmental groups call for stricter pollution controls

Suburban DA sues Juul, saying it’s turned a ‘generation of minors into addicts’

Applications for heating help through LIHEAP open through April

State collecting information on local communities’ lead exposure efforts


Pennsylvania Turnpike plans full ‘cashless’ transition for late 2021

Bus service may come back to Route 19 corridor in Ross, McCandless

LCTA offers free rides to veterans Monday


Trump wanted Barr to hold news conference saying president broke no laws in call with Ukrainian leader

Meet the U.S House freshmen from Pa. who are at the center of the Trump impeachment