Low-income Philadelphians still face a gentrification crisis | Opinion

The Inquirer reported this week that food pantries in Philly’s gentrifying neighborhoods have seen declining need — because lower-income families are leaving.

Low-income Philadelphians still face a gentrification crisis | Opinion

The Inquirer reported this week that food pantries in Philly’s gentrifying neighborhoods have seen declining need — because lower-income families are leaving.

With news of Philly teacher getting sick from schools, Penn should step up | Opinion

A teacher at Meredith elementary has been diagnosed with asbestos-caused cancer, again flagging environmental hazards in schools. Why are we ignoring an obvious solution?

With news of Philly teacher getting sick from schools, Penn should step up | Opinion

A teacher at Meredith elementary has been diagnosed with asbestos-caused cancer, again flagging environmental hazards in schools. Why are we ignoring an obvious solution?

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A stray bullet cost this Philly rugby star his Army dreams. Then the brass read The Inquirer. | Mike Newall

After being rejected from the Army over his wound from a shooting, Nasair Boston-Epps will join the military after all.

Boomers take note: The kids are right about climate change | Opinion

On Friday, hundreds — maybe even thousands — of Philadelphia-area high school and college students will protest inaction on climate change.

Political Cartoon: Trump omits auto emissions standards

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

Democrats want to impeach Kavanaugh? Go for it! | Marc Thiessen

Democrats do not seem to realize that when they make threats like these, they are not hurting Kavanaugh or Trump — they are hurting themselves.

Contrary to news reports, Milton’s Shakespeare didn’t languish in obscurity in Philly | Perspective

Rare book libraries are not your grandmother’s attic.

A Democratic president might try to ban fracking in 2021. Is Pa. ready for this? | Will Bunch

Three of the top four 2020 presidents insist they'll try to ban fracking if elected. Can they? What would that mean for Pa?

Remembering loved ones lost during Suicide Awareness Month | Christine Flowers

September is National Suicide Awareness Month, although anyone who has been touched by the tragedy will tell you there is no moment in their lives when they are not aware of its consequences.

Online trolls won’t have CBS3’s Katie Fehlinger to kick around anymore | Jenice Armstrong

She quit. Tuesday was her last day. But it wasn’t because of the online jerks who critiqued her appearance. Fehlinger had gotten tired of the daily grind of getting up at 2:30 a.m. five days a week to do weather forecasts for morning TV.

Block of PennEast pipeline a victory for New Jersey conservation efforts | Opinion

The U.S. Court of Appeals has blocked PennEast in a five-year attempt to build a natural gas pipeline from Luzerne County, PA into New Jersey.

Pro/Con: Should SCOTUS overturn Roe, the landmark abortion decision? | Opinion

The Inquirer asked people on two sides of the debate to answer the question: Should the Supreme Court overturn the decision to legalize abortion in Roe v. Wade?

Justice follows revenge in Philadelphia Archdiocese clergy abuse at St. Titus in East Norriton | Maria Panaritis

Mike McDonnell stole from the church after being abused by one of its priests. But true justice may be arcing, finally, toward the former altar boy.

Political Cartoon: Low bars for Brett Kavanaugh and the New York Times

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

Police misconduct revelations expose the faceless power behind law and order in Philadelphia | Editorial

It’s not an exaggeration to say that a single arbitrator has an outsized impact on law and order.

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