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Did U.S. steal $300 billion from investors in ‘coercive’ takeover of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac?

The allegations are so sensitive that thousands of supporting documents and even part of the lawsuit have been blacked out at the government’s request.

Opinion

What a greedy, slimeball firm like McKinsey & Co. tells us about ‘the cancel culture’ | Will Bunch

The inability to reach real villains of modern capitalism like dictator-loving McKinsey & Co. helps explain why Americans are so angry.
Opinion

What a greedy, slimeball firm like McKinsey & Co. tells us about ‘the cancel culture’ | Will Bunch

The inability to reach real villains of modern capitalism like dictator-loving McKinsey & Co. helps explain why Americans are so angry.

Column

Will David L. Cohen do for the people of Philadelphia what he did for Comcast?

Cohen’s decision to start disengaging at Comcast has some Philadelphians hopeful he will redirect more energy to public purposes.
Column

Will David L. Cohen do for the people of Philadelphia what he did for Comcast?

Cohen’s decision to start disengaging at Comcast has some Philadelphians hopeful he will redirect more energy to public purposes.

Opinion

For these families with special-needs kids, an ordinary rugby game became an extraordinary event | Helen Ubiñas

For parents of children with disabilities, these moments can be hard to come by, laser-focused as they must be on their children’s health and well-being, both now and in that angst-inducing future where they won’t always be around.
Opinion

For these families with special-needs kids, an ordinary rugby game became an extraordinary event | Helen Ubiñas

For parents of children with disabilities, these moments can be hard to come by, laser-focused as they must be on their children’s health and well-being, both now and in that angst-inducing future where they won’t always be around.
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Opinion

Trump’s most dangerous behavior on Ukraine may not be an impeachable offense | Trudy Rubin

The President promotes fictional conspiracy theories, like blaming Ukraine for election meddling, that help our adversaries and harm U.S. security.

Opinion

‘Read this story, dirt bag!’ and other tales of Americans being uncivil long before Twitter or Trump | Maria Panaritis

Maybe it isn’t all the internet’s fault, people. Maybe humankind is just unkind. There’s comfort in being reminded of that. It’s why there’s religion. And hot yoga.

Column

Pantone’s color of the year is ‘Classic Blue’ so you feel protected and tranquil | Elizabeth Wellington

The 2020 Color of the Year is a cross between royal and navy that Pantone has aptly named Classic Blue.

Opinion

What Pete Buttigieg doesn’t get about how college has ripped America in two | Will Bunch

Why a universal free-college plan — far more expansive than Buttigieg's limited plan — isn't just good economics but a cure for our political divide.

Column

PhillyBioCapital: $75M for Limelight ‘leapfrog’ gene therapy; LLR’s $40M to Suvoda

“Limelight Bio has the potential to leapfrog the prevailing gene therapy and editing approaches to tackle a much broader array of genetic disorders,” one investor said.

Column

No to ‘Chinese penny stock’ deal with firm tied to Trump and Biden backers

New Castle County's top official rejected a plan to swap shares of Ideanomics Inc. for unused software, as collateral for a $3 million loan to a Wilmington stock exchange that has not created promised jobs.

Opinion

U.S. Rep. Madeleine Dean refuses to say ‘no’ to people in need, and it’s making all the difference | Maria Panaritis

Others would have wanted to talk “Trump” with the House Judiciary Committee member. Me? I wanted to talk starfish.

Column

Council is trying to modernize Philly’s tax abatement. Here are five better ways. | Inga Saffron

As City Council rushes to pass a bill modifying the incentive, it risks losing a golden opportunity to get the policy right for today's Philadelphia.

Opinion

Lisa Page owes an apology — to Peter Strzok’s wife | Christine Flowers

This week, Lisa Page, the former FBI lawyer who became a target of President Trump after criticizing him in text messages during his candidacy in 2016, talked to the Daily Beast. It was a master class in narcissism

Column

Here’s one more reason black women should stop processing our hair: Breast cancer | Elizabeth Wellington

Black women who use permanent dyes every five to eight weeks or more were associated with a 60% increased risk of breast cancer compared with an 8% increased risk for white women, the report found.

Opinion

Why the laughter at Trump at the NATO conference wasn’t funny | Trudy Rubin

The president's undercutting of allies, self-promotion and obeisance to Russia has convinced NATO allies that America will no longer lead.

Opinion

As New Jersey acts, Pennsylvania continues to fail our state’s victims of priests’ sexual abuse | Mike Newall

New Jersey’s day of reckoning is a long way off for victims and advocates just over the line in Pennsylvania.

Column

Philly is home to 7 ‘Project Runway’ designers. Meet the latest season’s. | Elizabeth Wellington

Two out of Runway’s 16 contestants have Philadelphia roots this season that debuts on Bravo.

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