In the wake of a broad political realignment turbocharged by President Donald Trump’s election in 2016, attention has shifted to newly contested regions of the state.
Can independent movie theaters survive coronavirus? Two theaters in the Philly suburbs will test the waters this weekend.
The cautious reopenings will serve as test runs for the community institutions and measuring sticks for the region’s other independent cinemas as they look to emerge from the coronavirus shutdown.
Delaware was the last state to ban whipping posts, a practice that scarred many Black Delawareans.
Children’s ‘polio-like’ illness may return in August. But a new treatment will cost millions to test.
A form of childhood paralysis has surged every other year since 2014, though COVID-related social distancing may affect its spread this fall.
Contact tracers in N.Y. couldn’t get partygoers to answer the phone, so they issued subpoenas — and it worked
The legal strategy used in Rockland County shows just how difficult it may be to get Americans to comply with this key part of many pandemic response plans.