Political Cartoon: Democrats’ polls feeling eerily familiar

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

In-person teaching puts my family at risk, but the Philly school district leaves me few options | Opinion

Sadly, even with the right precautions, an outbreak that puts my family at risk is seemingly inevitable.

In-person teaching puts my family at risk, but the Philly school district leaves me few options | Opinion

Sadly, even with the right precautions, an outbreak that puts my family at risk is seemingly inevitable.

Support City Council bill to ban toxic pesticides from Philly’s public spaces | Opinion

Philly should join the over a hundred cities and municipalities across our nation that have eliminated or reduced the use of toxic chemicals for land management.

Support City Council bill to ban toxic pesticides from Philly’s public spaces | Opinion

Philly should join the over a hundred cities and municipalities across our nation that have eliminated or reduced the use of toxic chemicals for land management.

People in long lines to cast ballots are also casting ballots for the importance of voting | Editorial

The uplifting images of ordinary Americans lined up to cast their ballots suggest that the importance of voting, and voting itself, are on the ballot.

People in long lines to cast ballots are also casting ballots for the importance of voting | Editorial

The uplifting images of ordinary Americans lined up to cast their ballots suggest that the importance of voting, and voting itself, are on the ballot.
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Deaths of a mother and son are reminders of the dangers of COVID, despite what Trump says | Jenice Armstrong

If reading about a mother and son dying just days apart isn’t enough to jolt folks into wearing face masks and practicing social distancing, then I don’t know what will.

The chilling part about ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’? It’s all happening again in 2020. | Will Bunch

The outrageous government behavior in Aaron Sorkin's new flick — assassinations, trumped-up charges against protesters — is happening right now.

A child witness to her mom’s murder seeks healing 20 years later from the journalist on the story | Maria Panaritis

She was, until only recently, the unnamed girl who heard her dad shoot her mom inside their Medford home. Sarah Ripoli now wants the world - herself included - to know the whole story.

Political Cartoon: Supreme Court charades

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

When that shiny Facebook ad delivers cheap boots from China | Opinion

Behind that polite email was an international operation tied to hundreds of business with curious names and reputations.

Selling your Eagles-Ravens tickets? You’re not alone | cartoon

I was somewhat surprised to see so many tickets for sale on Ticketmaster Friday afternoon, some in the upper deck going for as little as $125 a pop.

Amy Coney Barrett’s laundry is none of Sen. John Kennedy’s business | Opinion

The details of a woman's family life have no bearing on her job performance or qualifications.

Harvard public health dean: Voting is crucial for the physical health of our communities | Expert Opinion

Voting has always been one of our most potent ways to effect change in public health on a massive scale.

New Jersey 2020 Endorsement Guide | Philadelphia Inquirer Editorial Board

The Inquirer’s Editorial Board vetted candidates in key races across the state to help you decide who to vote for.

As the pandemic changes our American Dream, let’s stop idealizing the single-family home | Opinion

A fundamental part of the American dream is to own a single-family home. But this aspiration and the lifestyle that comes with it has grown increasingly unaffordable, unhealthy, and ironically out of

How you should vote on N.J.'s three ballot questions in 2020 | Inquirer Endorsement

The Inquirer Editorial Board makes recommendations for how to vote in N.J.'s ballot questions in the 2020 election.

Choose Amy Kennedy over Jeff Van Drew in N.J.’s Second District | Inquirer Endorsement

A fourth-generation South Jerseyan, a former public school teacher, a mental health advocate, and a mother of five, Amy Kennedy is The Inquirer Editorial Board's pick for NJ2.

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