Joe Biden courts swing voters in Pa. with a closing message: ‘Choose hope over fear’
Biden entered the final 10 days before Election Day with a hopeful message not unlike the one that lifted Barack Obama to the White House.

Philadelphia’s blue-collar municipal union elects first new leader since ‘96
Ernest Garrett, an official at DC33′s Local 394 representing Water Department workers, beat incumbent Herman “Pete” Matthews for the top spot of the 10,000-member union.

Only Philadelphians can navigate SEPTA. That’s going to change.
At the least, there could be upgrades to signs and maps. At the most, SEPTA could go so far as to renaming the trolley, Market-Frankford, Broad Street, and Norristown High Speed Lines.

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Pa. Republicans again ask Supreme Court to block mail ballot deadline extension

The quick return to an issue on which the court only just deadlocked raised the prospect of a different outcome after a new justice is installed next week.

Waiting to vote in Philly’s long lines wasn’t so bad thanks to musicians, motorcyclists, MTV, and free food

The festivities took place during the inaugural “Vote Early Day,” a national effort to highlight voting options with the Nov. 3 election just 10 days away.

Sergio Santos' hat trick leads Union to 5-0 rout of Toronto FC and first place in the Eastern Conference

Santos, Mark McKenzie, and Jamiro Monteiro scored in a win that will go down as one of the most impressive in Union history

A Philly sports clothing firm picks its first female CEO and tasks her with ‘making people aware that we exist’

Boathouse Sports, the athletic apparel firm that makes outerwear for sports teams, hired a new CEO. The firm is a throwback to the city’s all-but vanished past as a major clothing center.

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Trump’s circus could fold in Pa. as Biden swings for votes Clinton left on the table | Maria Panaritis

A blitz of late-stage visits to Pennsylvania by Joe Biden and his surrogates, including to Bucks County, show Democrats have learned a big lesson after Hillary Clinton's loss.

‘All you want is to be believed’: The impact of unconscious bias in health care

Unconscious bias is part of why people of color are disproportionately affected by the coronavirus. It is not merely because they are more likely to have front-line jobs that expose them to it.
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Poles vent fury at new ban on abortions of defective fetuses

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Man who bought guns used in 2015 massacre gets 20 years
Man who bought guns used in 2015 massacre gets 20 years
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