As coronavirus melts markets, Philly business impact so far limited, CEOs say

So far, not a huge impact on businesses in Greater Philadelphia region. But will that remain the case?

As coronavirus melts markets, Philly business impact so far limited, CEOs say

So far, not a huge impact on businesses in Greater Philadelphia region. But will that remain the case?

Ambler woman pleads guilty but mentally ill in stabbing death of grandmother

Nicole Cadwalader entered a tearful guilty plea Monday in Norristown.

Ambler woman pleads guilty but mentally ill in stabbing death of grandmother

Nicole Cadwalader entered a tearful guilty plea Monday in Norristown.

Pa. Supreme Court will investigate alleged conflicts in DA Larry Krasner’s handling of Mumia Abu-Jamal’s appeals

The move follows a petition filed last year by the widow of slain Police Officer Daniel Faulkner, who alleged the Philly DA's Office has conflicts in its continued handling of Abu-Jamal's appeals.

Pa. Supreme Court will investigate alleged conflicts in DA Larry Krasner’s handling of Mumia Abu-Jamal’s appeals

The move follows a petition filed last year by the widow of slain Police Officer Daniel Faulkner, who alleged the Philly DA's Office has conflicts in its continued handling of Abu-Jamal's appeals.
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The man whose beating by Camden police was caught on video is suing

A Camden man, who was knocked down and punched 12 times by a police officer while other cops pinned him down during a 2018 arrest captured on surveillance video, has filed a federal lawsuit accusing the officers of using excessive force and violating his civil rights.

West Philly is about to vote in yet another special election after yet another Democrat was convicted

Voters in West Philadelphia’s 190th District of the state House will cast ballots Tuesday in the second special election for that seat in less than a year.

Blondell Reynolds Brown said she wouldn’t enroll in DROP. Now she’s trying to do just that.

DROP allows employees to pick a retirement date up to four years in the future, then immediately start accumulating pension payments in an interest-bearing account while still earning a salary.

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How political party insiders — not voters — dictate Pa. special election candidates

Critics call the process “undemocratic” and rife with “insiderism.” The parties say it works just fine.

Police identify woman who was shot, killing her and her baby

After an emergency C-section, her baby boy died too.

Penn took in millions from countries like China and Saudi Arabia, and there may be more

Department of Education officials are cracking down on how schools report funds they receive from foreign sources.

The Supreme Court will hear a Philadelphia dispute over same-sex foster parents

A dispute between the city of Philadelphia and a Catholic foster care agency that won’t place children with same-sex couples is headed to the U.S. Supreme court.

Live Nation casts Met landlord’s lawsuit as ploy to earn ‘enormous additional sums’

The Beverly Hills-based entertainment giant said developer Eric Blumenfeld was trying to earn “more under the lease than what he bargained for.”

Sanders is surging with Latinos. But Bloomberg might have hidden appeal in Pa.

While Bernie Sanders is by far the most popular candidate among Latinos, Mike Bloomberg is finding support among the group in Pa.

N.J. never gets any love from presidential campaigns. Until Mike Bloomberg.

Bloomberg opened his first campaign office in New Jersey earlier this month, even though the state doesn’t have its 2020 primary until June.

Sanders is beating Biden in the Pa. primary, poll says, and the race against Trump is tight

The poll suggests only marginal differences separate Democratic candidates when it comes to their strength against President Donald Trump — and portends another general election that could be decided by a handful of votes.

Phillie Phanatic debuts his new look: Wings, a tail, and a bigger backside

“He’s still the same old Phanatic, just with a little more sashay in him,” said Tom Burgoyne, the man behind the mascot’s 90-inch waistline.

Most kidney tumors are detected by tests for something else. It happened to Gov. Phil Murphy.

As internal imaging has gotten better and more common, doctors have been finding more instances of kidney tumors. But there's good news.

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