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Temple’s Chinese program teaches ‘rule of law’ amid tensions between Beijing and Washington

The success of the Temple program says much about the paradoxes of contemporary China.
Opinion

Temple’s Chinese program teaches ‘rule of law’ amid tensions between Beijing and Washington

The success of the Temple program says much about the paradoxes of contemporary China.

Media outlets could do a lot better job of covering gun violence, The Inquirer included | Jenice Armstrong

That’s one reason Jim MacMillan organized Friday’s Initiative for Better Gun Violence Reporting Summit at WHYY at Sixth and Race Streets.

Media outlets could do a lot better job of covering gun violence, The Inquirer included | Jenice Armstrong

That’s one reason Jim MacMillan organized Friday’s Initiative for Better Gun Violence Reporting Summit at WHYY at Sixth and Race Streets.

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Philly elected more worker advocates. But, where are the jobs?

Despite all the friends of the working people, Philadelphia remains among the poorest of America’s large cities. Where are the jobs?
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Philly elected more worker advocates. But, where are the jobs?

Despite all the friends of the working people, Philadelphia remains among the poorest of America’s large cities. Where are the jobs?
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Another child in Philly has been shot, so now what? I called our political leaders to ask | Helen Ubiñas

The city has plans and programs to stem the violence. But what can be done now?

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Catholic priest had every right to deny Joe Biden communion over abortion views | Christine Flowers

If you don’t want us telling you how to write your laws, don’t tell us how to manage our sacraments.

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In Beijing, cutting-edge technology looms large while questions about China’s future mirror U.S. debates | Trudy Rubin

Writing from China, Trudy Rubin has heard Beijingers question whether a new Chinese cultural revolution against the “elite” was in the offing.

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Philadelphia’s Delaware waterfront has moved beyond gas stations and big box stores. Why can’t Bart Blatstein? | Inga Saffron

Next week, the city's zoning board will consider whether the developer should be allowed to build a Super Wawa gas station on Columbus Boulevard in South Philadelphia.

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Trump is on borrowed time after Democratic election massacres in battleground Pennsylvania suburbs | Maria Panaritis

Democrats seized every county council seat, district attorney, and a full slate of judgeships in Delaware County. They annihilated the formidable Republican machine with the brutal finality of a nuclear bomb.

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A message to Philly Mayor Jim Kenney: Rattle more sabers in your second term | Mike Newall

I’m hoping our grumpy mayor will throw political caution to the winds and start ticking more people off — for the right reasons.

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This boomer is OK with ‘OK boomer’ | Kevin Riordan

A boomer and writer who initially garbled the phrase 'OK boomer' actually comes to understand it.

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From Deadspin to picket lines at GM and in Chicago, a moral workplace is 2020’s stealth issue | Will Bunch

American workers have long feared speaking out on the job risks everything. Could a progressive victory in 2020's election change that?

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Four deals: BikeCo replaces Advanced Sports, David’s Bridal reorganizes again, SevOne sold, CSC buys in Europe

David's Bridal says debt cuts will make it more competitive in a retail business that has been reshaped by the internet and again by Chinese tariffs.

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When people on the front lines of gun violence burn out, who is there to help them? | Helen Ubiñas

I’m increasingly hearing some of our staunchest anti-gun violence advocates concede to fatigue in one manner or another. When the people we count on to fight are exhausted, we often suggest self-care, but that puts the onus on them. What should the rest of us be doing for them?

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‘Get the emails’: Revealed memos suggest Mueller probe failed America. Can Congress fix it? | Will Bunch

Revelations in 500 pages of previously secret Mueller memos suggest a two-year probe didn't give America the truth it needed.

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After 12 rounds of chemotherapy, trailblazing model Pat Cleveland shares her tips for survival | Elizabeth Wellington

Pat Cleveland, a pioneering African American model, is surviving colon cancer. We chatted with her about the secret to endurance and how fashion helped her maintain inner and outer beauty during the dark days of chemo.

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