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Carson Wentz’s performance is concerning, but Howie Roseman deserves the most blame for the Eagles' 0-2 start
What all of us saw Sunday was a bona fide 0-2 team. Instead of Wentz, perhaps we should focus a little more on the guy whose job it was to build it.

Pa. lawmakers promote CROWN Act legislation banning discrimination against natural hair styles
The Pennsylvania bills would amend the Pa. Human Relations Act and clarify the term “race” to include traits such as hair texture.

McConnell and Pelosi dispute Trump, vow a peaceful power transfer if he loses the election
McConnell: “There will be an orderly transition just as there has been every four years since 1792.”

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Philly to remove 53 kids from Devereux’s live-in facilities after it finds lax supervision

After finding lax supervision, the city has decided to remove all 53 Philadelphia children from Devereux residential facilities.

Opinion

Breonna Taylor: Say her name because her Black life mattered | Jenice Armstrong

Don’t come at me with any lame excuses such as “She was dating a drug dealer” or “When the police are shot at they tend to shoot back.” Nothing justifies what happened to Breonna Taylor.

Foliage update: 'Quite a vibrant season’ shaping up after a spectacular run of weather

Philadelphia just had a five-day run of clear weather for the first time in over four years, and that may bode well for the foliage show.

Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery practices for the first time all season

He may not be ready for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals, but his return to workouts signifies that he’s getting close.

A customized SEPTA Key is coming for Philadelphia students, adding to the card system’s inflating cost

The modifications come as part of a long-standing endeavor to bring students using paper passes into the modern age.

Herd immunity could protect us from COVID-19 — in theory. Infectious disease experts explain.

The scientific concept explains that a virus will die out after a high percentage of a population is infected — and survives the disease, developing immunity.

Philly-area teens ran a trafficking network that put dozens of illegally bought guns on the streets, authorities say

Prosecutors have charged nine adults and five juveniles with playing roles in the scheme. Six of the 44 weapons authorities have linked to the group have been recovered, some at shooting scenes.
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