President's campaign to launch 'Women for Trump' today in King of Prussia

With President Donald Trump suffering abysmal approval ratings among women, his campaign will come to Pennsylvania Tuesday to launch "Women for Trump" to try to improve his standing.

Pets are being leased to people who think they're buying them. N.J. lawmakers want to stop that.

Consumers claim they are duped into signing lease agreements for pets that cost much more than the sticker price of the dog or cat.

DA Krasner wants Pa. Supreme Court to strike down state’s death penalty and declare it unconstitutional
The DA's Office agreed with defense attorneys for a Philly death-row inmate in saying that the death penalty "violates our state Constitution’s prohibition against cruel punishments.”

Horrific fourth inning punctuates Phillies’ 16-2 humiliation by Dodgers
It ranked somewhere between a full-scale meltdown and a raging dumpster fire. Bryce Harper put it as simply: "We can't play like that."

Children in foster care because of parents’ drug use has soared, national study finds
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With two boardwalk icons celebrating anniversaries in the Wildwoods, a new ride honors the past

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Pennsylvania’s wild bunch spend weekends shooting guns in Cowboy garb

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‘The best day of the summer': Beach Day unites Wildwood lifeguards and children with Down syndrome

“You come here and everyone has that one thing in common: We all have a kid with Down syndrome," said Pam Ginet, a mother of a child with Down syndrome and member of 21 Down. “We just share that and enjoy the day.”

After 28 years in prison, Philly man freed after prosecutors call him ‘likely innocent’ in 1991 murder

At the time of his arrest, Chester Hollman was a 20-year-old armored-car driver with no criminal record. He’s now 48. In court filings, the District Attorney’s Office conceded that prosecutors and police from that time had hidden evidence that pointed to more viable suspects.

Feds: Former Lower Merion teacher traveled to Philippines for sex with minors

Handcuffs, women’s underwear, and two notebooks filled with names of more than 70 underage girls were among items found in a Philippines hotel room rented to a former Montgomery County high school teacher charged Monday in Philadelphia with traveling overseas to have sex with minors.

John Leguizamo on ‘Latin History for Morons’: ‘Courage to say what I want to say’

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