Robert Huber

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As the Archdiocese reels from a second grand jury report detailing its cover-up of sexual abuse by priests, the local church faces the biggest crisis in its history. How could a spiritual institution turn a blind eye to evil not just once, but twice? The answer lies in the story of the two men who’ve led the Catholic Church in Philadelphia for the past 25 years

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North Philly/Center City

Can the divide ever be bridged?

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How to Prep College Grads

The real world awaits

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We Work Too Damn Much

It’s time for a white-collar revolt

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Priest: Okay to Show Love

Beyond the latest church abuse report

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America Is Great

Just ask Americans

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As one of the world’s most elite private investigators, West Chester’s Eileen Law uses everything from disguises to an eerie sixth sense to crack the case. (Just don’t fall for her singing telegram trick.)

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A Good Birther Never Dies

Certificate, schmertificate

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Danger in South Philly

What gentrification?

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Do We Know Who Iverson Is?

New Allen vs. Old Allen

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Tropicana vs. Tin Angel

The live music experience

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Getting Out of Jury Duty

Why doesn’t anybody want to serve?

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Philly’s Last Catholic Bust

When Abraham was vilified

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Hot or Not: Tattoos

How cool is ink on an old guy?

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Catholic Guilt

Victims of sexual abuse fight back