Hahnemann University Hospital to be closed

The closing will be orderly and in accordance with regulatory requirements, hospital officials said.

Hahnemann University Hospital to be closed

The closing will be orderly and in accordance with regulatory requirements, hospital officials said.

First heat wave is coming; expect 90s into the weekend. Is there more to come?

The first heat wave of the year is brewing, and while it doesn't look particularly dangerous or life-threatening, air-conditioners will be getting their first serious workout. Trends and forecasts say we’d better get used to it.

First heat wave is coming; expect 90s into the weekend. Is there more to come?

The first heat wave of the year is brewing, and while it doesn't look particularly dangerous or life-threatening, air-conditioners will be getting their first serious workout. Trends and forecasts say we’d better get used to it.

We asked dozens of Pa. officials for their texts and emails. One thing we learned? Gov. Wolf deletes his texts.

Turns out Mayor Kenney wasn’t the only elected official routinely deleting text messages. We have the breakdown of how various elected officials responded to our requests for their government texts and emails.

We asked dozens of Pa. officials for their texts and emails. One thing we learned? Gov. Wolf deletes his texts.

Turns out Mayor Kenney wasn’t the only elected official routinely deleting text messages. We have the breakdown of how various elected officials responded to our requests for their government texts and emails.
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Pa. GOP chairman resigns hours after an Inquirer story said he traded sexually explicit messages with a Philly Council candidate

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