Impeachment as education: How Philly-area teachers, students are handling the hearings

The rapidly unfolding news has presented challenges for classrooms trying to teach and process the historic moment — from students grappling with gaps in their still-developing understanding of politics and foreign affairs.

This likely is Tom Brady’s final visit to Philadelphia to face the Eagles. It’s been a (mostly) one-sided rivalry.
A look at how the Eagles have fared against the all-time great quarterbacks, and who the Eagles drafted in 2000 instead of Brady.

Pa. Rep. Martina White elected chair of Philly’s Republican City Committee
Philadelphia's Republican City Committee gathered Tuesday to elect a new chairperson after a general election in which the party lost a City Council at-large seat it has held for seven decades.

Strikes on Jihad leaders spark worst Israeli-Gaza violence in years
Two senior Islamic Jihad leaders were targeted in Israeli airstrikes in Gaza City and west of Damascus on Tuesday.

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FBI now investigating the way in which Pennsylvania approved Mariner East pipeline

The FBI investigation is the latest official inquiry into the contentious cross-state pipeline project that carries highly volatile gas liquids to a Delaware River export terminal.

Drexel prof: Want to be part of an exciting, life-changing and long-overdue adventure? Hire people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Hiring "neurodivergent" employees can make firms more effective and competitive on multiple fronts: overall employee morale, customer relations, cause-related brand enhancement and reduced employee turnover.

Remembering Kamol Phutlek, unsung pioneer of Thai-French cuisine who shaped Philly food history

Phutlek came to Philadelphia in the late 1960s from Northern Thailand with ambitions to become an architect. He fell in love with restaurant work instead.

After first snowflakes, record cold, single-digit wind chills expected for Philly area

Three records could fall Wednesday, and SEPTA is wary of cold stress on Regional Rail overhead wires.

Father of baby shot last month accused of using son as ‘human shield’

Nafes Monroe, 25, allegedly hoped his baby would deter angry drug dealers from shooting him.

Elizabeth Warren was a ‘political conservative.’ Then she went to Rutgers and taught at Penn.

Before Elizabeth Warren became a Democrat, the young mother entered a liberal cauldron at Rutgers Law School, where students strived for big, systemic change. How Rutgers and later Penn Law shaped the presidential contender.

PATCO’s Franklin Square Station awarded $12.6M federal grant toward reopening

The PATCO station was the only project in the Philadelphia area to benefit from a $900 million national infrastructure investment from the Trump administration.
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