Good morning, Philly. Today we continue our coverage of the Eagles ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl, but we've also got an eye on a scandal potentially brewing on Two Street and a strange twist in Meek Mill's case. Let's dig in, shall we?
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Birds and fans prepare for a fight
Behind enemy lines
Last night President Trump delivered his first State of the Union address. His immigration plan was booed by Democrats, he urged lawmakers to pass a $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan, and he pushed for national paid family leave. Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D., Mass.), the great-nephew of former President John F. Kennedy, delivered the Democrats' rebuttal.
Skipped the speech? Take a look back with this play-by-play, complete with fact-checking and initial reactions from the media. In response, columnist Will Bunch writes that the speech ignored many of the nation's real issues.
Meek Mill's strange affair with Philadelphia court continues. A court clerk was fired Tuesday after admitting she asked the rapper to help pay her son's college tuition. The clerk has denied that Judge Genece Brinkley, who Mill's team has continually accused of ethical misconduct, was aware of her plea.
Though bound not to speak publicly on the case, Brinkley recently released a transcript that addresses some of the allegations Mill's team has made.
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