The bodies of three young Native American girls are returned to the Oneida Reservation. And a community heals.

Three Native American teens were forcibly taken from their Oneida Reservation in Wisconsin and sent to a boarding school in Pennsylvania for cultural assimilation.

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Philly exiles are flooding the suburbs for jobs and schools. But at what cost?

You’ve just spilled the IPA you were drinking out of shock? Of course you haven’t. We know the suburbs are filling with Philly exiles. It's part of the Philadelphia story that won't go away.

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Trump’s newest, worst Watergate: Can scared Pelosi, Dems, media finally find their inner 1974? | Will Bunch

Trump's blatant and open abuse of power with Ukraine is becoming a test of whether there's any gas left in the American Experiment.

Opinion

Online trolls won’t have CBS3’s Katie Fehlinger to kick around anymore | Jenice Armstrong

She quit. Tuesday was her last day. But it wasn’t because of the online jerks who critiqued her appearance. Fehlinger had gotten tired of the daily grind of getting up at 2:30 a.m. five days a week to do weather forecasts for morning TV.

Donations welcome at a salute to Philly ex-sheriff — before he goes to prison

Of former Sheriff John Green: “Any money raised will go to his family, because he lost his pension.”

Corner bars want a piece of the action as sports betting moves out of the shadows

With the spectacular growth of mobile sports wagering in Pa. and N.J., bars like Buffalo Wild Wings are transforming into virtual sportsbooks to tap into the new world of legalized betting.

Stop rehearsal: We’re laughing too hard. Behind the scenes at Steve Martin’s ‘Meteor Shower’ at Walnut Street Theatre

Also this week in Philly theater: Putting on a play at a law firm, and Fringe Festival picks from actor Walter DeShields

Opinion

A stray bullet cost this Philly rugby star his Army dreams. Then the brass read The Inquirer. | Mike Newall

After being rejected from the Army over his wound from a shooting, Nasair Boston-Epps will join the military after all.

Meet the woman who plays Germantown’s ‘truest public instrument’

The 118-year-old carillon bells at Miraculous Medal Shrine serve as musical outreach to those who might not come inside for church.
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INQUIRER EVENTS
Join us on September 28 at Telling Your Health Story, a health writing seminar for patients and practitioners. This daylong event features 8 speaker sessions, a keynote speaker, and the option to gain CME credits.
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Join us on September 28 at Telling Your Health Story, a health writing seminar for patients and practitioners. This daylong event features 8 speaker sessions, a keynote speaker, and the option to gain CME credits.
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If you have information the public deserves to know, we want to hear from you.
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