Pennsylvania

Politics
Former Rep. Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania lifted the lid on what many of his ex-colleagues are saying — and explained why they won't yet speak out against Trump.
Entertainment
The actor found out how protective some people in Pittsburgh are of Fred Rogers in a bizarre elevator exchange.
Politics
The former New York City mayor, now a presidential candidate, spent millions backing Republicans in Pennsylvania, infuriating his new party.
Sports
The offensive lineman tried to play but "just wasn’t able to do it.”
Crime
John Chapman allegedly told police that he killed Jaime Feden as part of a bondage-themed photo shoot.
Sports
The Cleveland Browns player was suspended indefinitely after hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his helmet.
U.S. News
Joanne Rogers went to a Pittsburgh hospital’s World Kindness and Cardigan Day event in honor of the late television icon and had a little surprise of her own.
WOMEN'S WORK
Will I stay in Pittsburgh and be a pioneer for change, or will I leave to occupy spaces where I know my family will feel like they belong?
Money
Contrary to popular belief, it's not the day retailers are "in the black."
Crime
Police say Semaj O'Branty, who's in critical condition, was the unintended target of a drive-by shooting hours after the mayor announced plans to tackle gun violence.
Politics
Governor’s races in the South, legislative elections in Virginia and city council races in Philadelphia will test if all politics is national.
Sports
Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves made the surrender gesture while gripped by the 76ers' Ben Simmons after a brawl involving Joel Embiid.
U.S. News
The shooting last year killed 11 worshippers and wounded seven at the Pittsburgh synagogue, where a steady stream of people stopped by Sunday.
Religion
The Tree of Life attacker made an explicit connection between the Jewish refugee resettlement organization HIAS and his desire to kill Jews, says the group's leader.
HuffPost Personal
I need to understand the answers to the questions that remain as I approach the first anniversary of the massacre that took place at my synagogue.
HuffPost Personal
Tanya Heath uses humor and "science" to wrangle the massive lines of people caught between having to pee and missing a single moment of the hit musical.
Religion
One year ago on Sunday, an attack at Pittsburgh's Tree of Life synagogue killed 11 worshippers. Here's how people are mourning the tragedy.
Politics
One year after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, some Jews said they’ve downplayed their religious identity in public.
Weird News
A man living at a Pennsylvania halfway house ordered two grams of powdered uranium for $12 from a Michigan company.
Sports
Twitter users mock the team's ex-MVP for signing with the Phillies, only to miss out on the postseason fun.