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Feeling suicidal, she turned to her college. But it had just cut campus mental health services.

More than a month after Pa.'s largest community college cut mental health counseling across its five campuses, there is still confusion about how students can access care.

N.J. lawmakers’ lame duck session could see action on recreational pot, tax incentives, and plastic bag ban
Politicians have the wiggle room to work on the hard stuff now because lame duck is the furthest point from the next election.

How does a forecasted snowstorm fizzle out? Blame the computers.
The new, improved U.S. forecast model and others had foreseen major snow for Tuesday. What happened?

Afghan president: 3 Taliban prisoners released in hopes of freeing American, Australian
The announcement comes at a sensitive time for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, as President Donald Trump halted talks between the U.S. and the Taliban in September.

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Jordan Matthews rejoins an Eagles wide receiver group that needs all the help he can provide, and more

Though signing Matthews was a logical move, a guy the 49ers released after one game this season is not going to go far toward replacing DeSean Jackson.

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Philly’s gun violence can traumatize youths. Here are ways to support them.

Guns killed four Philadelphia children in the past month. To grapple with those losses, other children here may need help.

How does a forecasted snowstorm fizzle out? Blame the computers.

The new, improved U.S. forecast model and others had foreseen major snow for Tuesday. What happened?

A new center at Penn will study palliative care for people with dementia

The new center is meant to turn research into practical help in the community.

Eagles, Brandon Brooks agree to 4-year, $54 million contract extension

Brooks has been dominant this season, after making a full recovery from a torn Achilles in just nine months.

Delaware County prison chief to retire after Inquirer investigation into allegations of racism

John A. Reilly Jr. announced Monday in a letter to county officials that he will retire on Nov. 27.

Discipline of football players at issue at Jersey Catholic high school

Two players at Paul VI in Haddon Township were disciplined after they were accused of using "intimidating" language in a Snapchat exchange, but critics say the punishment didn't go far enough.
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White House at war with itself even as it fights Trump impeachment inquiry
White House at war with itself even as it fights Trump impeachment inquiry