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Pa. is dropping its vaccine provider map in favor of the feds’

The federal map allows people to search for COVID-19 vaccine by brand name and see which providers have vaccine in stock.

Inquirer LIVE: Worldview with Trudy Rubin

Delaware Senator Chris Coons, joins opinion columnist Trudy Rubin for Inquirer LIVE: Worldview on Friday, May 21 at 2:00 PM

Union to face Mexico’s Club América in Champions League semifinals

América beat the Portland Timbers, 3-1, in Mexico City on Wednesday for a 4-2 aggregate series win.

The firing of the Atlanta officer who shot Rayshard Brooks has been reversed

Atlanta police Sgt. William Dean had testified that the firing seemed rushed, and Garrett Rolfe was not given sufficient time to respond, according to the decision released Wednesday.

Inquirer LIVE replay: Mare of Easttown

Brad Ingelsby, a Berwyn native, sits down with features reporter Ellen Gray to talk about how he turned his lifelong love for movies into a career.

Tommy West, coproducer of Jim Croce albums, dies at 78

Mr. West met Croce while both were students at Villanova in 1961.

Opinion

Is it time to ditch Philly’s iconic cobblestones? | Pro/Con

Two Philadelphians go head-to-head to battle over one of Philly's most iconic — or is it iconically annoying? — local features: cobblestoned streets.

Opinion

Cartoon: ‘America is not a racist country’

A cartoon from Darrin Bell of King Features Syndicate.

Aaron Rodgers wants to leave Green Bay Packers, reports say; team says it’s committed to him

Rodgers, 37, has spent his entire career with Green Bay, but no longer wants to return to the team, according to an ESPN report.

Two North Carolina deputies are among five dead after a standoff

The deputies were dispatched to a home in Boone, N.C., after the homeowner and his family didn’t report to work or answer telephone calls.