Opinion

Brett Kavanaugh farce is proof that justice is dead in America | Will Bunch

The worst thing about Kavanaugh caper is what our government did to cover it up. And that they got away with it.
Opinion

Brett Kavanaugh farce is proof that justice is dead in America | Will Bunch

The worst thing about Kavanaugh caper is what our government did to cover it up. And that they got away with it.

Opinion

A suburban teenager read about a Philadelphia teen shot and paralyzed and decided to help | Helen Ubiñas

It was the kind of moment that took your breath away, and renewed your faith in humanity.
Opinion

A suburban teenager read about a Philadelphia teen shot and paralyzed and decided to help | Helen Ubiñas

It was the kind of moment that took your breath away, and renewed your faith in humanity.

Philly police didn’t have to shoot mentally ill man behaving erratically in Kensington | Jenice Armstrong

From the way Darin Lee was behaving, it should have been obvious that something was wrong. Onlookers were yelling things like, “We know him. He’s high.” But instead of helping Lee, police shot him multiple times.

Philly police didn’t have to shoot mentally ill man behaving erratically in Kensington | Jenice Armstrong

From the way Darin Lee was behaving, it should have been obvious that something was wrong. Onlookers were yelling things like, “We know him. He’s high.” But instead of helping Lee, police shot him multiple times.
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Former Vanguard manager stole from firm’s dead clients ‘because of what happened to my career’

It’s his fault that he stole $2.1 million and is heading to prison, says Scott Capps. Here’s how he became vengeful over a 23-year career.

Opinion

Elite D.C. pundits love moderation, low taxes on the rich ... and Joe Biden. They just don’t get it. | Will Bunch

Biden’s rambling debate offended blacks, dismissed the health care crisis — and got rave reviews from D.C. pundits.

Opinion

They were born minutes apart, and were shot minutes apart last year on July 4th. | Helen Ubiñas

Twin brothers who were shot within minutes of one another fight to overcome shared trauma.

Opinion

Benjamin Netanyahu’s election pledge to annex much of West Bank undermines Israeli security | Trudy Rubin

Netanyahu elections pledge to annex much of West Bank, with likely Trump backing, would soon create an Arab majority in the Jewish state.

South Jersey mom pleads for a kidney for her 4-year-old in a novel way

Instead of a sticker on the back window announcing something innocuous like, “Kids on board,” Beatriz Foster uses that space to advertise for a new kidney for her 4-year-old son, Sebastian.

Opinion

At 125, N.J. women’s club celebrates — and recalibrates | Kevin Riordan

The Haddon Fortnightly is celebrating its 125th birthday, and members of this women's club hope the occasion will attract new members.

Opinion

A Proud Boys scandal in Haverford has left deep wounds | Maria Panaritis

A scandal over a firefighter’s links to an extremist group ripped this suburban Philadelphia town into two. The carnage of the growing appeal of extremism runs deep.

Column

A happy ending for two historic buildings in Northeast Philadelphia

A controversial historic preservation case turns out to be a win for both a church and its neighborhood.

Opinion

Actions speak louder than words? Not for Haverford fire fighter who explored Proud Boys events. | Christine Flowers

Holding people accountable for what you think they might do would make George Orwell take notice.

Opinion

Crazy California homelessness schemes are everything you feared about Trump | Will Bunch

Mass round-ups? Quasi-concentration camps in FAA hangars? CA homelessness schemes are everything you've feared about Trump.

Column

New apartment tower is weak compensation for loss of Philly’s art deco Boyd Theater

Instead of creating architecture, Philadelphia's apartment developers build "products."

Opinion

By firing John Bolton, Trump shows a desire to go solo on diplomacy with puny results | Trudy Rubin

Trump dumps Bolton, disdains advisers, seeks to make foreign policy solo, but fails to close any big deals.

Opinion

Judi Reiss lost her son in the 9/11 attacks. The Bucks County mom is now a model for us all. | Maria Panaritis

18 years ago, 18 from Bucks died in the terror attack. Judi Reiss has turned grief into a bid for Brian Fitzpatrick's congressional seat.

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