An up-close look at what’s hopefully the beginning of the end of the coronavirus pandemic.
Parts of the region could see up to a foot, though there’s still a bit of uncertainty in the forecast.
Health commissioner Tom Farley says the first rounds of COVID-19 vaccination will be allocated to health-care workers. But with doses scarce for now, even they might not all be vaccinated by the end of the year.
We’ve assembled a panel of climate experts and they tell us that basically, regrettably, the answer is: yes.
Judge Matthew Brann equated the Trump campaign’s argument to “Frankenstein’s Monster.” That and the other five best quotes from Brann’s decision, which has allowed counties across Pennsylvania to officially certify the election results.
Fearful of being shorthanded during a second wave of COVID-19 patients, nurses at the Langhorne hospital went on strike for two days this week. Caregivers at other Philly-area hospitals have similar concerns.
You know Joe Biden is a winner and Donald Trump is a loser. But the election had ripple effects far beyond the top of the ballot. Here’s who came out on top — and who didn’t.
It’s going to take many more hours to finish counting mail-in ballots statewide. But the early results show a predictably large advantage for Joe Biden, with the former V.P. winning 94 percent of Philly mail-in ballots.
This has been a very abnormal election. So take a moment to watch some ballot-counting, and delight in the mundane.
You’ve cast your ballot. Now grab a stiff drink (or three). Here’s what you need to know as election results start to roll in.
A woman driving near a protest gets ripped from her car by police, as if she’s an enemy combatant. Curfews ban any kind of public assembly. Why? Because police view the public as a fundamental threat.
The majority of pollsters show Trump consistently trailing in the Keystone State. We ask one why he’s so confident.