An Inquirer investigation found that supervision, staffing and training lapses over the last two decades led to the abuse of children with disabilities and disorders at the nation’s leading treatment network.
Biden's pick made Harris the first woman of color on a major presidential ticket — and excited Democrats across Pennsylvania, who called her a historic nominee who could inspire voters.
Big Ten postpones football season; coronavirus spread in Philly continues to slow; a neck gaiter may be worse than no mask at all
“We just believe, collectively, there’s too much uncertainty… to encourage our student athletes to participate in fall sports,” said Big Ten Commissioner Keven Warren.
A longtime Philadelphia judge won’t wear a mask in court, prompting complaints from lawyers and witnesses
The veteran judge has ordered others to remove their masks while in his courtroom, according to a written complaint obtained by The Inquirer.
‘I’m sick of teddy bear memorials’: Philly officials search for reasons, solutions to the spike in shootings
The virtual proceedings provided little to explain the uptick in shootings. But the hearing did provide clarity in the scale of the problems, as well as expressions of outrage and exhaustion.