Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh says his lung cancer is terminal

Limbaugh, whose program is nationally syndicated, said he received lung scans last week that showed "some progression of the cancer."

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh says his lung cancer is terminal

Limbaugh, whose program is nationally syndicated, said he received lung scans last week that showed "some progression of the cancer."

Former Pro Bowl defender to call his first Eagles game for Fox

Jonathan Vilma played against the Eagles several times during his 10-year career. On Sunday, he'll call his first Birds game.

Former Pro Bowl defender to call his first Eagles game for Fox

Jonathan Vilma played against the Eagles several times during his 10-year career. On Sunday, he'll call his first Birds game.

Philly’s National Dog Show will go on this year, but doggone it, it’s closed to spectators

COVID-19 concerns means only dogs, their handlers, officials, and people working on NBC's Thanksgiving Day broadcast will be permitted this year.

Philly’s National Dog Show will go on this year, but doggone it, it’s closed to spectators

COVID-19 concerns means only dogs, their handlers, officials, and people working on NBC's Thanksgiving Day broadcast will be permitted this year.
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Vice presidential debate: Start time, moderator, how to watch and stream faceoff between Harris and Pence

Harris and Pence will be separated by protective plastic barriers, installed after President Donald Trump tested positive for coronavirus.

Biden’s NBC town hall is still on, while Trump is back at the White House after contracting COVID-19

Monday's town hall could be a preview of the second presidential debate if President Donald Trump isn't medically cleared to participate.

After week off, longtime ‘Sunday Night Football’ announcer returns to call Eagles-49ers

"Where is Al Michaels?" trended on Twitter last week after Mike Tricio filled in for the longtime announcer.

Villanova’s Kelly Corrigan, on her new PBS show ‘Tell Me More’

The best-selling author interviews lawyer and justice activist Bryan Stevenson in Monday's premiere.

Man breaks into Fox 29 studios with sledgehammer

The incident happened shortly before 5:30 a.m. when officers said they received a report of a man waving a sledgehammer and attempting to forcibly enter the TV studios at 4th and Market.

‘He’s really good at this’: Trump is no fan of Fox News anchor moderating tonight’s debate

Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, who will be moderating tonight's debate, said his goal was to be "as invisible as possible."

Some Eagles fans in Pa. won’t be able to watch Sunday’s Bengals game

Sunday's Eagles game is airing on CBS, forcing stations to choose between the Birds and Steelers.

Girls High grad launches a PBS travel show with a focus on Afro-Latino culture

"Afro-Latino Travels with Kim Haas" made its debut this month on a number of PBS stations as a two-episode special that highlights the contributions of Black people to Costa Rica.

Malvern’s Adam McKay wins two Emmys, including for ‘Succession’

HBO's "Succession" and a live performance of two Norman Lear sitcom episodes give the "Funny or Die" cofounder a share in two big wins.

A sweep for ‘Schitt’s Creek;’ ‘Succession’ tops Emmy Awards

Zendaya became the youngest lead drama actress winner for her role as a troubled teenager in “Euphoria.”

Capitol Hill correspondent Kasie Hunt, out of Conestoga High, will anchor the new lead-in to ‘Morning Joe’

The Wayne native talks with The Inquirer about how Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski helped make her "Kasie DC."

After firing Thom Brennaman, Fox turns to rookie TV broadcaster for Eagles-Rams

Brennaman would've called Sunday's Eagles game, but Fox replaced him over an anti-gay slur he made last month.

'Ozark’ director from Bucks County hopes to be accepting an Emmy on Sunday from his home

Ben Semanoff, a veteran Steadicam operator, is nominated for what is only the second episode of television he's directed. He's looking forward to the virtual Emmys.

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