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Cory Booker, Slumlord?

Between running his city and running for Senate, Newark Mayor Cory Booker has been a little preoccupied recently. Enough, apparently to forget that he owned […]

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Even Ed Rendell Doesn’t Think Hillary Is Running for President

As Joel Mathis said last week, perhaps it’s time to let the dream go, Hillary supporters: “I’m not as convinced as much as everybody else […]

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Those Invalid Montco Gay Marriage Licenses? Still Valid

Homosexuals, like 12-year-olds, cannot marry, which makes the licenses issued to them in Montgomery county invalid—or so goes the word from the Tom Corbett Gang. […]

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12 Killed in Washington Navy Yard Shooting, Shooter Still Active

A shooter at the Washington, DC Navy Yard injured several people when he opened fire this morning, hitting at least two police officers in the […]

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Flare-Ups Continue In Jersey Shore Boardwalk Fire

Flare-ups continued yesterday in the Jersey Shore fire that started Thursday in a small ice cream shop, blazing up at around 2:20 a.m. at the […]

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Jerry Sandusky Is Back in Court This Week

Convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky will be back in court Tuesday in an apparent attempt to convince a different judge that he simply has an […]

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Miss America Crowns First Winner of Indian Descent in Atlantic City

The Miss America pageant crowned its first winner of Indian Descent in Atlantic City last night in Nina Davuluri, 24, Miss New York, who said […]

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WATCH: Always Sunny’s Five Best Political Satire Episodes

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia lampooned the gun debate last night—the latest issue that’s gotten the gang “hot” enough to want to do something about […]

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Syria Set to Give Up Chemical Weapons Locations

Following an announcement this morning that they would accept Russia’s proposal to put their chemical weapons under international control, Syrian officials are readying to provide […]

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At This Rate, We’ll Be Seeing Hurricanes Through October

As we pass the point of hurricane season where storms historically are at their worst (the middle, naturally), our weather has been nothing to write […]

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Delco Teen Donates 500 Backpacks, School Supplies to Philly Students

Let it be known that there is good in Delaware County, no matter what anybody else says. Just ask Jillian Hughes, 15, a Radnor High […]

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Penn Ties Duke, MIT for Seventh in US News Rankings Report

Penn nabbed seventh place on US News & World Reports recently released college rankings, tying Duke and MIT. Penn’s ranking this year is slightly better […]

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Only One Third of Center City Workers Drive to Their Jobs

Looks like millennials aren’t the only ones driving less these days—at least in Center City. According to a survey from the Center City District, just […]

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The Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference Is in Town

You knew our city’s vacant real estate was a problem, but I bet you didn’t know it was a big enough problem to hold a […]

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So Should We Be Worried About Apple’s New Fingerprint-Scanning Technology?

Apple’s long-awaited press conference is set to start at 1 p.m. eastern time, and the tech giant is expected to announce not only a couple […]