How long can you safely be around someone with coronavirus? It’s complicated.

How long does it take to get the coronavirus if you’re around someone who’s infected? Unfortunately, there’s no magic number of minutes.

To do this week: Go vote

Two things this week: Voting and Halloween. And we've got everything you need to know to do both.

To do this week: Go vote

Two things this week: Voting and Halloween. And we've got everything you need to know to do both.

Consumers Checkbook’s tips on how to get the best fence for your buck

Checkbook’s undercover shoppers found some companies charging more than twice as much as others for the same work.

Consumers Checkbook’s tips on how to get the best fence for your buck

Checkbook’s undercover shoppers found some companies charging more than twice as much as others for the same work.

Can I see my friends and family for Thanksgiving if I quarantine for two weeks?

We asked experts to share advice on how to approach the upcoming holiday season, along with strategies you can take to decrease risk.

Can I see my friends and family for Thanksgiving if I quarantine for two weeks?

We asked experts to share advice on how to approach the upcoming holiday season, along with strategies you can take to decrease risk.
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How to host a safe outdoor Thanksgiving (and decide if you should)

Here’s how experts say to approach an outdoor Thanksgiving celebration.

Things to do this week: All things Halloween, Sam Smith, Lil Dicky's party, Día de los Muertos, movies at Wells Fargo and more

Plus Philadelphia Film Festival, Parks on Tap, First Sunday at the Barnes and Philadelphia Museum of Art, and more.

How to support trans people in Philly, according to trans people

So what can you do to better support trans people in Philadelphia? We asked four trans activists what they want you to know about their experiences and what true support means to them.

What should you do if your usual pharmacy is closed right now?

If you are having trouble getting your medication at your usual pharmacy, you may be able to get it elsewhere.

Still waiting for rental assistance? Here’s what to do.

We heard from one renter who said that they had submitted their application in July, and haven’t yet received funding. What’s the delay, and if I’m waiting, what can I do about it?

The election is almost here. Here’s some critical information to make voting easier.

We’re here to help you vote in the 2020 election. Here is some information to make things easier.

What are your rights if you’re arrested at a protest?

If you are arrested at a protest, try to stay calm — you have rights, and there are some things you can do to make the process smoother and safer.

What does ‘defund the police’ mean, and what would it look like in Philly?

"Defund the police" is a rallying cry that has sparked a widespread conversation. We break down what it means.

Here are the big tax headaches that could hit firms and employees who work from home

If your company continues with its work from home arrangements, owners and employees need to consider the extra state and local taxes that may be incurred.

What we will and won’t know on election night in Pennsylvania

We may or may not know who actually won Pennsylvania. Don’t panic. Here’s how to make sense of it all.

Feeling pandemic and election stress? These easy breathing techniques can help.

Mindfulness expert Kapil Nayar walks us three ways to find relief.

What to look for before you sign a lease

What should you look for in a lease? We break down some of the basics, including fees, repairs, subletting and renewals.

How to make sure your vote still counts if you think you submitted a ‘naked ballot’ in Pennsylvania

Voters who submit naked or otherwise flawed mail ballots can still use a provisional ballot on Election Day.

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