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Can heritage retail like Hoa Binh Plaza withstand the tidal force of Philadelphia’s housing boom? | Inga Saffron

As much as Philadelphia needs to refresh and expand its housing stock, it also needs the jobs, culture, and social networks that independent heritage businesses like Washington Avenue’s Hoa Binh Plaza provide.

Opinion

Women for Trump is a new army in a country divided by anger. And Pa. is primed for battle. | Maria Panaritis

While gamblers upstairs smoked and shot craps, God-fearing women downstairs were supercharged.
Opinion

Women for Trump is a new army in a country divided by anger. And Pa. is primed for battle. | Maria Panaritis

While gamblers upstairs smoked and shot craps, God-fearing women downstairs were supercharged.

Opinion

In the absence of a group for paralyzed gunshot survivors, they started their own | Helen Ubiñas

“I ain’t got no friends,” one man confided. “You have new friends here,” assured another survivor.
Opinion

In the absence of a group for paralyzed gunshot survivors, they started their own | Helen Ubiñas

“I ain’t got no friends,” one man confided. “You have new friends here,” assured another survivor.

Opinion

Meet the young Jews chanting ‘Never again!’ and blocking streets to shut down Trump’s camps | Will Bunch

The Never Against Action network is taking the lessons of the Holocaust to America's human-rights fiasco on the border.
Opinion

Meet the young Jews chanting ‘Never again!’ and blocking streets to shut down Trump’s camps | Will Bunch

The Never Against Action network is taking the lessons of the Holocaust to America's human-rights fiasco on the border.
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After a decade in Montco, this Irish father of three could be deported by ICE | Christine Flowers

His wife: "Keith doesn’t deserve to be separated from us, and our kids don’t deserve to lose their father. He is not a criminal."

Column

An old firehouse, not tax breaks, brought this company to Camden | Inga Saffron

An international architecture firm is now the steward of a historic firehouse in the city's Cooper Grant neighborhood.

Opinion

Netroots Nation was the day Elizabeth Warren became president of the American left | Will Bunch

Sen. Elizabeth Warren's speech Saturday in Philly felt more like a coronation for the activist left.

Opinion

A Philly mother’s searing memoir on her daughter’s overdose condemns the treatment system that failed her | Mike Newall

Elise Schiller's story is heartrending depiction of a family’s loss and a daughter’s struggle. It's also an indictment of the drug treatment system that compounded it.

Opinion

Rafael Robb wanted to go to Israel, an Ivy League killer. A Pa. loophole almost let him. | Maria Panaritis

The only reason the ex-Ivy League professor-killer didn’t get away was a very lucky break.

Column

TV picks: ‘Grantchester,’ ‘Suits’ (and a spin-off), ‘Queer Eye’ and more

What's new or noteworthy on television in the coming week.

Opinion

In a town that welcomes people who are different, they have found jobs and homes of their own

In Collingswood, 10 young adults with autism or other disabilities live and work on their own as members of the Independence Network program operated by JEVS Human Services.

Opinion

Joe Biden wants to make defense of democracies the crux of U.S. foreign policy | Trudy Rubin

Joe Biden wants to make support for the democracies his foreign policy centerpiece, at a time when Russia and China are promoting autocracy as the better alternative around the globe.

This lawyer’s trouble with opioids has changed his legal career — for the better | Jenice Armstrong

James Helm turned down a “dream job” with a big law firm to help those who struggle the way he once did.

Opinion

Fired-up women or blue-collar dudes? Two paths for beating Trump collide at Netroots Nation. | Will Bunch

Attendees at the big progressive confab in Philadelphia laid out two different — and maybe contradictory — ways to win in 2020.

Opinion

The Jeffrey Epstein case shines a light on true abuse | Christine Flowers

Epstein's indictment is a reminder of how many young women and girls are pulled into sex trafficking, an issue that deserves more attention than the #MeToo movement.

Opinion

This is my final column

After 47 years at the Philly papers, columnist Stu Bykofsky takes leave of The Inquirer and Daily News.

Column

Accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s old boss says he knows where the mystery millions came from

From his prison cell at Fort Dix, convicted fraudster Steven Hoffenberg began a campaign to expose his former assistant, Presidential friend and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, of keeping stolen millions. Epstein's lawyers deny it all.

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