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CNN takes Philly’s ‘Toxic City’ to a national audience

Comedian W. Kamau Bell's documentary series looks at environmental issues in Philadelphia and Chester, bringing some of the stories told in the Inquirer's Pulitzer-finalist series to a national audience.

Diabetic amputations are again on the rise, raising red flags for health care access and equity

Amputation “is one of the most feared complications for people with diabetes" and a key indicator that people aren't getting the care they need.

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Do those born in the U.S. deserve citizenship? The Federalist Society thinks it’s debatable
The national group is holding a debate here Monday on whether people born in the United States still deserve to be citizens.

Hong Kong police begin to clear streets of protesters
Hong Kong police announced that they want to clear the streets of protesters Monday morning.

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Vietnam veteran who dropped out to join Army gets high school diploma 50 years later

George Schaefer, 67, of Pine Hill, who dropped out of Overbrook High in 1969, returns to finally pick up his diploma 50 years after his class graduated.

Opinion

I’m not Super Dad, but because I’m a man, the world treats me like one

Fathers, we do less, receive praise for the little we do, and even get a pay raise for it.

USWNT beats Chile, Carli Lloyd sets World Cup record with two-goal performance

Carli Lloyd became the oldest player in World Cup history to score twice in a match, bringing the announced crowd of 45,594 to its feet at Parc des Princes.

Phillies get shelled by Braves, further exposing their starting rotation’s flaws

Velasquez and Irvin combined to allow 10 runs on 13 hits in six innings of a 15-1 annihilation that restored the Braves’ division lead to 2 1/2 games.

Philly’s departing Mexican consul made sure services were ‘within the reach of women’

Now, as Alicia Kerber-Palma moves on to her next post in Houston, Mexico’s Foreign Ministry has decided to implement the program in each of the 50 U.S. consulates.

16 shootings, 26 victims, 4 dead as Philly weekend violence escalates

Two shootings were on South Street, popular with tourists, especially in summer. One was near a police mini-station and a recently opened Wawa.

Opinion

‘I’m living for more than myself’: One dad’s commitment to good health on Father’s Day

Created in collaboration with the Mayor’s Office of Black Male Engagement, the Mayor’s Commission on African American Men and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, the report states that life expectancy is the lowest among black men and boys due to violence, heart disease, cancer, and...
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