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Bashar Assad Says to “Expect Every Action” In Response to Syria Intervention

In his appearance on The Charlie Rose Show tonight, Syrian President Bashar Assad warns the US and its supporters to “expect every action” in response […]

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Megabus Collides with School Bus on I-676, At Least Six Injured

A double-decker Megabus ran into a school bus and two other vehicles traveling on I-676 in Center City this morning, injuring at least six. The […]

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Hillary Clinton to Discuss Syria on Eve of Benghazi Attacks at Constitution Center

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is heading to Philly tomorrow, the eve of the anniversary of the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. […]

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Chris Christie Partied with Jerry Jones at the Cowboys/Giants Game Last Night

What are they doing up there? You never know what they’re doing up there. Gov. Chris Christie joined Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in his […]

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Save for the Poo-Can Sabotage, Queen Village’s Dog Waste Cleanup Is a Success

In its first month of poop scooping, Queen Village is calling its efforts a success. Thought to have one of the highest concentrations of dog […]

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“Humberto” Emerges as the First Hurricane of the Season

Hurricane season is upon us, and it looks like the weather gods are eager to get started with the first storm of the Atlantic season. […]

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Philly Ranks as the Third Happiest City in the Nation

A new poll from Harris Interactive has found that not only are Philly’s residents not miserable bags of meat and whiz with a chip on […]

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Report: The NSA Can Access Most Data on Your Smartphone

Now might be a good time to consider a downgrade or burner phone, considering that the NSA is able to crack into major smartphone devices […]

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West Chester Was Lousy with Vibrators This Weekend

Back-to-school sure is different when you’re in college. We all, of course, need new supplies. And we all have, um, needs, which is why Feminique […]

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Schoolmageddon ’13: Welcome Back, Philly Students. Sorry.

This summer has not been kind to the Philadelphia School District, but after months of teeth gnashing and struggle, the district opened 212 schools today. […]

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One Investor on ABC’s Shark Tank Is a Part-Time Philly Resident

We’re not all working-class schlubs here in Philadelphia: some of us actually have money. Enough to invest. Take, for example, Lori Greiner, a businesswoman and […]

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Mike Missanelli Called Michelle Beadle Fat on Twitter and Lost

Let it not be said that NBC sportscaster Michelle Beadle can’t hold her own. Last night, in an apparent attempt to demonstrate just exactly why […]

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Possible Mumps Outbreak in, Where Else, New Jersey

If you’ve eaten at D’Jais Bar and Grill in the last two weeks, you may want to start checking your glands for swelling: it looks […]

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PA Has Ranked 46th for Job Creation in the US Since the Start of the Great Recession

We’re so bad as a state at creating jobs, in fact, that Pennsylvania has ranked 46th among states for job creation straight through since 2010. […]

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L&I Says Goldtex’s Lofts Are Not for Living In

Trouble continues for the Pestronk brothers today, though not from the usual union sources sabotaging their properties. This time, the ire is on the part […]