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A visit to the epicenter of the U.S.-China struggle in the race for 5G | Trudy Rubin

In race to build superfast 5G networks, the U.S. wants its allies to ban Chinese telecoms giant Huawei but offers no competitor of its own.
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A visit to the epicenter of the U.S.-China struggle in the race for 5G | Trudy Rubin

In race to build superfast 5G networks, the U.S. wants its allies to ban Chinese telecoms giant Huawei but offers no competitor of its own.

Philly ranks 3rd in STD transmissions partly because too many don’t use condoms | Jenice Armstrong

“It’s really a function of poverty,” said Gary J. Bell, executive director of Bebashi: Transition to Hope. “What do people do when they are sad, or depressed, or don’t have enough money? They either get high or they have sex.”

Philly ranks 3rd in STD transmissions partly because too many don’t use condoms | Jenice Armstrong

“It’s really a function of poverty,” said Gary J. Bell, executive director of Bebashi: Transition to Hope. “What do people do when they are sad, or depressed, or don’t have enough money? They either get high or they have sex.”

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Our new archbishop is a Philly guy — and he’s speaking our language | Mike Newall

In returning home, Archbishop Perez spoke with humor and humility and warmth. Like someone you’d like to get to know.
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Our new archbishop is a Philly guy — and he’s speaking our language | Mike Newall

In returning home, Archbishop Perez spoke with humor and humility and warmth. Like someone you’d like to get to know.
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Saudi Arabia murdered a journalist and hacked Jeff Bezos. Trump sent them U.S. troops | Will Bunch

Saudi Arabia's ruler ordered a gruesome hit on a Washington Post journalist and hacked the Post's owner, Trump condoned it ... or worse.

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The ‘Clothespin’ is liberated. Now can Centre Square’s renovations make us love Brutalist design? | Inga Saffron

The latest overhaul of Centre Square's lobby and atrium offers useful lessons for others trying to adapt Brutalist buildings to modern tastes.

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Will a Trump peace plan hasten the end of Israel as a Jewish state? | Trudy Rubin

Trump's endorsement of Netanyahu and Israeli annexation in West Bank leads to one state where Arabs outnumber Jews

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White protesters in Richmond got it wrong: Limiting gun purchases is not slavery | Solomon Jones

Even in the face of such callous misuse of the black experience, I am drawn back to the words of Martin Luther King Jr., who said in his “Letter From A Birmingham Jail” that tension is necessary for growth.

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Schilling still waiting for the Hall of Fame election he deserves | Bob Brookover

The former Phillies ace continues to wait for a Hall of Fame election he should have received years ago.

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Call Richmond’s MLK Day gun rally what it was: An outbreak of terrorism on American soil | Will Bunch

Bullies armed with high-powered weapons intended to terrorize and silence Va. lawmakers and people with different opinions. Tragically, it worked.

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Machine intelligence: Philly venture capital pumps $6.8 million into Bob Moul’s Circonus

The Circonus Platform, which went commercial last fall, is designed to help companies collect, store, analyze and make decisions based on the many streams of business data pouring into companies from linked devices, Internet of Things sensors and monitoring systems.

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This great headhouse on SEPTA’s Market-Frankford Line embodies lofty architectural ambitions

The tiny Gothic building owes its survival to its location in a corner of Harrowgate Park.

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‘Pay was bad, hours weren’t terrific, computers broke down,’ and justice was served: Judge Gene D. Cohen on 20 years of Philly law

Cohen came home to Philly, where he presided over major commercial cases, pulling two stints as an unlikely Common Pleas Court Judge

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For just one day, put the guns down for Martin Luther King Jr. | Jenice Armstrong

If the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life taught us anything, it was that a lot can happen if you only dream.

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Pomp and censorship: Trump impeachment trial already reveals a broken America | Will Bunch

Bullying and caging journalists, with closed-door debates by senators who've already broken their oath to be impartial. Is this any way to impeach a president?

‘America 250’ birthday planners seek local projects, national funds

Philly leaders met with Vice President Pence to speed planning for USA 250th birthday in 2026. Can Philly use the hoopla to raise funds for lasting projects?

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