Report: Center City retail is being decimated by the pandemic. ‘It’s horrible.’
Zara, H&M and Talbots. Ann Taylor, Stuart Weitzman, and ALDO are all gone, victims of the pandemic. And more closings are expected.

After Trump team calls them ‘cowards’ and ‘traitors,’ state GOP leaders urge Congress to reject Pa. election results
Declining to do so themselves, 64 state House Republicans asked Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation in Washington to block the awarding of its 20 electoral votes.

Federal judge restores DACA, orders DHS to accept first-time applications from immigrants
Thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children are immediately eligible to apply for an Obama-era program that grants them work permits, a federal judge in New York ruled Friday.

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Temple to pay $700K to settle U.S. Dept. of Education claims over business school rankings scandal

Temple University will pay $700,000 to settle the claims, the U.S. Department of Education announced.

HBO is setting up a drive-through exhibit this weekend connected with its MOVE documentary ‘40 Years a Prisoner’

The exhibit is being installed in a Center City parking garage and will be open noon to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Some Philadelphians face weeks-long delays for COVID-19 test results through urgent cares, pop-up sites

"Whenever there are multiple steps in a process, there are more points that can break down."

Sixers star Joel Embiid is determined to return to All-NBA level

He was stung to be excluded from the all-NBA teams last season, and it might provide motivation for this year.

Spotlight PA

Pa. hospitals on the brink of a staffing crisis as COVID-19 surges

At least a third of the hospitals in the southwest and south-central part of the state expect shortages in the next week, state data shows. Rural facilities are already in crisis.

How jobless workers are avoiding busy signals at the Pa. unemployment office

An Allentown resident wrote a computer program that badgers the agency’s chat bot until someone answers.

A severe coronavirus outbreak in a South Jersey jail has local leaders asking the state to step in

At least 60 inmates are infected at the Cumberland County Jail, about 20% of the facility’s population of less than 300 inmates.
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