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The GOP vote crystallized the anger at Toomey and reflected the tight grip Trump retains as he tries to remain the party's dominant force.

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The victory improved the Sixers to 23-12 and gave them a 2-0 record against the Pacers (15-18) this season. They have one more game against the Jazz on Wednesday before the All-Star break.

Minimum wage hike all but dead in big COVID stimulus bill
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All of the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium’s vaccine clinics will now be walk-up

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Police officer cleared in fatal shooting of sword-wielding man, Montgomery County DA says

Trey Bartholomew, 27, was killed in February after charging at an officer with a 23-inch sword, police say.

Ty Bailey, pioneering Knave of Hearts restaurant owner and swim coach, has died at 69

Mr. Bailey, one of the leading restaurateurs of Philadelphia's restaurant renaissance, coached swimming and aquatics after he sold the restaurant in 2003.
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