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1 Philly’s Black residents suffer the most from COVID-19 | Coronavirus Newsletter
2 Trump legal team vows to fight on, starting with fresh lawsuit Monday in Pennsylvania
3 Toilet paper, first responders, dogs, grandkids: What Inquirer readers are thankful for in 2020 | Opinion
4 Phillies reduce front office staff with buyouts and layoffs, report says
5 In 2020, give thanks for local journalism | Opinion
6 Northeast Philly business owners go from ‘couch commandos’ to forming security patrols after looting in May an
7 After two wins at Mohegan Sun’s ‘Bubbleville,’ Villanova is staying to play Virginia Tech on Saturday night
8 Editor Gabriel Escobar promoted to Philadelphia Inquirer’s top newsroom job
9 Philadelphians brace for a long coronavirus winter: ‘It’s a fog that surrounds us all’
10 West Chester mom charged in 9-year-old daughter’s alleged torture
11 Pennsylvania nursing homes in line to be shielded from COVID-19 lawsuits
12 He lost his soulmate, a SEPTA worker, to COVID-19. On top of the grief, it’s now a struggle to pay the bills.
13 COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rise in Pa.; Biden team is in contact with federal vaccine tea
14 Trump officials move to relax rules on killing birds
15 Eagles moving Jason Peters to right guard, putting Jordan Mailata at left tackle, per reports
16 Penn State at Michigan: Which team can overcome its issues better?
17 ‘Voters, not lawyers, choose the president’: Federal appeals court rejects Trump’s last significant challenge
18 NBA preseason schedule released: Sixers draw games vs. Celtics, Pacers
19 Justin Anderson returns to Sixers on partially guaranteed deal
20 Philly’s Black-led charter schools are treated unfairly, new group says
21 A managing editor for The Atlantic joins Philadelphia Inquirer board
22 Three funeral workers are fired after posing for photos with Diego Maradona’s coffin
23 Exhausted health-care workers ‘scream into the abyss’ about rising coronavirus cases
24 Biden’s faith made history without much fanfare. His Catholic supporters say that’s a good thing.
25 A female kicker will suit up Saturday for the Vanderbilt football team and is poised to play
26 The Latest: Ohio Stadium off limits to family and friends
27 With no relief in sight, Philadelphia restaurateurs feel like ‘it’s slipping away’ | Craig LaBan
28 Pennsylvania certifies its presidential election results, officially declaring Joe Biden the winner
29 Philly’s reserve funds could be dangerously low by July. City officials hope for more federal aid.
30 Nine months into the pandemic, Philly’s Black residents still suffer the most: ‘It’s very hard to understand.’
31 Disarm Philly’s police union from the weapon of secret arbitration | Editorial
32 Former Chester County sheriff and her boyfriend charged with theft for improper K-9 unit comp time
33 As Thanksgiving nears, Pa. tells people to stay home and bars not to serve Wednesday night
34 Philadelphia Inquirer cites 'extreme financial pressures' in filing to lay off 528 workers
35 Under Trump, hundreds of small changes in immigration rules have had a huge impact
36 Will Flyers-Penguins be missing from this season’s schedule? Say it ain’t so! | On the Fly
37 No. 1 Alabama renews Iron Bowl rivalry against Auburn without Nick Saban on the sidelines
38 Sixers sign Derrick Walton Jr. to a one-year, non-guaranteed deal
39 The Philly board that reviews police shootings hasn’t met in a year, worrying advocates
40 Determined to win a second straight NBA title, Dwight Howard says his journey called him to the Sixers
41 Penn student who aged out of foster care wins prestigious Rhodes Scholarship
42 Pennsylvania gaming revenue rebounds in October, but a new COVID-19 slowdown looms
43 Is NBA free agency quiet or a little too quiet for the Sixers? | David Murphy
44 The Eagles have their work cut out to stay in contention in the NFC East | Early Birds
45 In La.’s polluted ‘Cancer Alley,’ activists say new president’s guy has been MIA on climate | Will Bunch Newsl
46 Pennsylvania prisons face a deadly ‘full-blown resurgence’ of COVID-19
47 Philadelphians getting tested for COVID-19 before Thanksgiving encounter long lines, shortage of appointments
48 Wells Fargo reverses, again, on letting homeowners accept U.S. mortgage aid
49 The GOP warned Susquehanna County voters that Biden would ban fracking. Few believe it will happen.
50 Some of Trump’s most ardent Philly-area critics include those grieving losses to COVID-19
51 One new coronavirus case reported on Nantucket Thursday
52 Philly to close indoor dining, gyms, museums while N.J. limits gatherings; hospitalizations rising in Pa. and
53 As coronavirus cases rise, 800 Bucks County nurses go on strike over ‘dangerous’ staffing levels
54 Pennsylvania Republicans held on to the state legislature. But Democrats still feel good about redistricting.
55 Philly City Council to weigh reduction in commercial tax abatement
56 2,200 Philly-area nurses are threatening to strike during a coronavirus surge for ‘safe patient limits’
57 Inquirer Live at Lunch: Peter Dobrin with Anthony McGill
58 Here's what it's like on Thanksgiving Day during the pandemic
59 No, not that Four Seasons. How Team Trump’s news conference ended up at a Northeast Philly landscaping firm.
60 Philly curfew now in effect till 6 a.m.; 4 councilmembers push for more police budget cuts
61 Philly Dept. of Revenue workers accused of taking bribes for erasing debts
62 First 6.4 million doses of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine could go out in mid-December to health-care workers
63 'Philadelphia Inquirer' Names Gabriel Escobar Top Editor 11/13/2020
64 Citing surge in COVID-19, Philly schools reverse reopening plan; will continue virtual instruction until furt
65 Trump legal team pushes conspiracy theories of hacked voting machines — claims it called ludicrous four years
66 A Philly artist, a fake Craigslist ad, and a pig-shaped couch
67 Why CHOP lab recommends Philly-area schools close amid coronavirus surge
68 To detect pneumonia in COVID-19 patients, these Temple doctors use ultrasound
69 Does Sixers closing door on Norvel Pelle open it for a Nerlens Noel return?
70 Republican Pa. congressman seeks court order throwing out all mail ballots in long-shot suit
71 You should probably replace some of your fabric face masks
72 Rudy Giuliani and Trump’s last-stand push to overturn Pa.’s election results get a frosty reception in court
73 Philadelphia progressives fought to elect a candidate they didn’t like. They’re already organizing to move Joe
74 Eagles at Gaints: Our beat writers’ predictions for Week 10
75 Controller: Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office can’t account for hundreds of guns
76 The months-long political saga that guaranteed a long vote count in Pennsylvania
77 Video surfaces showing Philadelphia police bashing SUV windows, then beating driver while child was in backsea
78 Philly was supposed to turn out huge for Biden. It didn’t. What happened?
79 ‘Not how the Constitution works’: Federal judge tosses Trump suit seeking to disrupt Pa. election results
80 Penn installs a 16-foot sculpture of a Black female figure at entrance to campus
81 Rudy Giuliani’s courtroom showing in Pa. election fight left many scratching their heads. Trump backers praise
82 Two men outside Philly vote count in Hummer with QAnon stickers face weapons charges, police say
83 Residents demand reforms at Philly’s first-ever hearing on police contract
84 Region braces for new restrictions as COVID-19 cases soar
85 Pennsylvania Republicans are parroting Trump’s false election claims as the post-Trump GOP takes shape
86 Pa. appellate court sides with Trump in fight over ID deadlines for voters, tossing small number of ballots
87 Trump campaign moves to bar Pennsylvania from certifying election results in new lawsuit
88 Man killed by Upper Darby police, authorities say
89 Skip ‘Black Friday’ and celebrate Native American Heritage Day | Opinion
90 Trump’s campaign is challenging mail and provisional ballots at record rates in Philly and its suburbs
91 Federal prosecutors charge 15 alleged Philly mobsters with racketeering, drug dealing and extortion
92 Inquirer Live at Lunch: Jenice Armstrong with Kwandaa Roberts
93 A Philly fight over faith and foster parents heads to the Supreme Court, pitting religious freedom against LGB
94 District Attorney Larry Krasner replaces his top homicide prosecutor
95 At vote count protests in Philadelphia, partisan bickering yields to a party
96 Montgomery County delays vote on closing schools in response to coronavirus surge after uproar from angry pare
97 President-elect Joe Biden observes Veterans Day in Philadelphia
98 Calls to ‘defund the police’ intensify after Philadelphia police killing of Walter Wallace Jr.
99 Lawyer says man in Hummer with QAnon stickers outside Philly vote count never threatened or intended violence
100 How Joe Biden won Pennsylvania