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Philly refinery blast released 5,000 pounds of deadly chemical, federal investigators say

Philadelphia dodged several potential catastrophes during the June 21 refinery blast, which launched pieces of shrapnel as large as a truck hurtling across the 1,300-acre refinery complex.

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Pa.’s largest community college eliminates campus mental health counseling for 17,000 students

Experts called the move short-sighted and risky at a time of growing mental health needs among students.

Her death from 20 stab wounds was changed from a homicide to a suicide. The family is suing to change it again.
Police said they treated Ellen Greenberg’s death as a suicide because the apartment door had been locked from the inside.

Carnival ride on which South Jersey girl was killed is safe, experts say
Investigators continue to probe how Hailey McMullen was ejected from the Sizzler, a ride that has been a staple for decades.

Giuliani pressed Trump to eject cleric who lives in the Poconos, former officials say
Giuliani brought up Fethullah Gulen so frequently with the president that one former official described the subject as Giuliani’s “hobby horse.”

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Franklin Institute prepares for Worst Case Scenario

The home-grown exhibition, opening Saturday, is based on the wildly popular book series from Philly's own Quirk Books.

Longtime WIP host heads home but remains paralyzed

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Some say Temple T-shirts ignore the significance of actual historically black colleges

The controversy surfaced long-held debates about the pros and cons of attending each kind of university and, some say, ignored how HBCUs came to be.

Potential coastal ‘bomb’ could disrupt Wednesday late-day commute; the seasons are a changin’

Rainfall in the last 30 says has been just 20 percent of normal in Philly. That's about to change.

Opinion

I spent over five years working in the Middle East. Abandoning Kurdish allies in Syria is disheartening.

U.S. must exercise moral authority by demanding that the Kurds receive their just due: protection from oppression and a state of their own.

Jalen Ramsey is gone. Should the Eagles have pushed harder to get him? | Early Birds

Should the Eagles have traded for Jalen Ramsey? The arguments for and against.

Slow-starting Flyers fall to Calgary Flames, 3-1, despite strong outing from Brian Elliott

The Flyers were trying to get points in their first four games for the first time in eight years.
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