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U.S. still trails pre-COVID peak in jobs and economic activity, and the new president may not matter

From Wall Street and Broad Street, stock watchers say the U.S. economy has come most of the way back from March, but it won't reach pre-COVID employment levels until there's a vaccine.
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U.S. still trails pre-COVID peak in jobs and economic activity, and the new president may not matter

From Wall Street and Broad Street, stock watchers say the U.S. economy has come most of the way back from March, but it won't reach pre-COVID employment levels until there's a vaccine.

Opinion

Sunday’s parade of hearses will be a grim sight but will hopefully serve as a warning | Jenice Armstrong

It’s a reach, I know. But I’m just so tired of all the senseless killings. Something has to give. Residents shouldn’t have to cower inside their homes as gunfire rings out night after night.
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Sunday’s parade of hearses will be a grim sight but will hopefully serve as a warning | Jenice Armstrong

It’s a reach, I know. But I’m just so tired of all the senseless killings. Something has to give. Residents shouldn’t have to cower inside their homes as gunfire rings out night after night.

Opinion

If reelected, Trump’s likely to ramp up political prosecutions of opponents | Trudy Rubin

A compliant attorney general and FBI director, along with pro-Trump armed militias, could threaten political opponents if the president is reelected.
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If reelected, Trump’s likely to ramp up political prosecutions of opponents | Trudy Rubin

A compliant attorney general and FBI director, along with pro-Trump armed militias, could threaten political opponents if the president is reelected.
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A cellulite-fighting drug is a big part of Malvern-based Endo’s plan to buy BioSpecifics for $658 million

Endo is paying a record price for BioSpecifics, a longtime supplier. And Endo shares rose on word of the deal.

Opinion

Deaths of a mother and son are reminders of the dangers of COVID, despite what Trump says | Jenice Armstrong

If reading about a mother and son dying just days apart isn’t enough to jolt folks into wearing face masks and practicing social distancing, then I don’t know what will.

Opinion

The chilling part about ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’? It’s all happening again in 2020. | Will Bunch

The outrageous government behavior in Aaron Sorkin's new flick — assassinations, trumped-up charges against protesters — is happening right now.

Opinion

A child witness to her mom’s murder seeks healing 20 years later from the journalist on the story | Maria Panaritis

She was, until only recently, the unnamed girl who heard her dad shoot her mom inside their Medford home. Sarah Ripoli now wants the world - herself included - to know the whole story.

The Future of Work is now l Opinion

The Future of Work is a year-long Philadelphia Inquirer project I am leading that will examine how Philadelphia could emerge from decades of struggle.

Opinion

New York Post ‘bombshell’ echoes false Kremlin propaganda about Joe and Hunter Biden | Trudy Rubin

Fake story peddled by Rudy Giuliani, who was fed lies by a Russian agent sanctioned by U.S. Treasury Department.

Opinion

12-hour voting lines give me hope, even as America looks like a banana republic | Will Bunch

Massive lines for early voting across America reveal an insane level of voter suppression -- but also the determination of everyday citizens to beat it.

Opinion

Pa. women are coming for it all: The White House, the legislature, the agenda | Maria Panaritis

President Trump is no dummy. He seems to be staring at the Mother-Of-All-Rejections-By-Women, voters who are looking to jilt him at the electoral altar known as battleground Pennsylvania

Opinion

Racial slur directed at Fetterman’s wife shows how far we still have to go | Jenice Armstrong

Giselle Barreto Fetterman's reaction to being called the N-word is an example of grace and models Michelle Obama’s 2016 campaign slogan, “When they go low, we go high.”

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Billionaire apologizes: Read Leon Black of Apollo Global’s letter to state pension officials on the millions he paid sex offender Jeffrey Epstein

After news broke that billionaire investor Leon Black had paid convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein at least $50 million, Black apologized to clients including public pension plans in Pennsylvania.

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