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Is Philly Really Less Corrupt Than It Used to Be?

No. And let’s kill this narrative right now, please.


Two Philly Activists Slapped With $600 Tickets Over Messy Toomey Protest


Seth Williams Sentenced to Five Years in Prison


“Trump Rat” Makes Its Hideous Philly Debut

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Mayor Jim Kenney reads mean tweets.

WATCH: Kenney Reads Mean Tweets Philadelphians Sent Him

“Philly Mayor you suck! #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.”


Johnny Doc’s Union Paid Frank Keel $87,000 Last Year

And other gleanings from the most recent Local 98 filing.


Why the Investigation of Johnny Doc Could Hurt Kenney

The mayor’s relationship with Dougherty may have residents assuming the worst.


What the Johnny Doc Raids Mean for Philly Politics

The landscape for local Democrats could be dramatically reshaped by the investigation.


We Want Answers: Jane Slusser

Jim Kenney’s chief of staff on the soda-tax win, and yelling with the Mayor.

The Latest Details About Philly’s First Open Streets Event

Seven miles will be closed to traffic.

Here’s How You Can Recreate Johnny Doc’s Look

The news that Philly power broker John Dougherty’s house was raided by federal agents this morning came as a surprise, but his outfit was pretty […]


Frank Keel Is Back with Johnny Doc (For Today, At Least)

He was let go earlier this year.


This Isn’t the First Time the Feds Have Searched Johnny Doc’s Home

He’s been under investigation before.

What They’re Saying on Social Media About the Johnny Doc Raid

One of the most powerful men in Philadelphia may be in hot water. This morning, the FBI raided a number of properties associated with John Dougherty, […]

FBI Raids Electricians Union Boss Johnny Doc’s House, Local 98 Hall

Federal and state authorities conducted an early-morning raid of several properties connected to IBEW Local 98 business manager John Dougherty, a longtime power broker in […]

This App Fights Hunger in Philly in a Surprisingly Simple Way

It’s like Uber, but for food donations.


Report: Clinton Considering Nutter for Cabinet Post

Could he be the next Transportation or HUD Secretary?


Beverage Lobby Spent $10.6 Million to Kill the Soda Tax — and Failed

Here’s who paid the big bucks to defeat the tax (and who shelled out money to pass it).


Yes, Black Lives Matter Has an Agenda — and Philadelphians Helped Write It

“This is a huge milestone.”

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