DA Krasner Will Drop Cash Bail for Most Non-Violent Crimes
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DA Krasner Will Drop Cash Bail for Most Non-Violent Crimes

His announcement comes weeks after City Council called for such action.


Mistrial Declared in Joey Merlino’s Federal Racketeering Case
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Mistrial Declared in Joey Merlino’s Federal Racketeering Case

John DeBella Accused of Sexual Harassment by Former WMGK Co-Host
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John DeBella Accused of Sexual Harassment by Former WMGK Co-Host

Dive Bar Oscar’s Tavern Is Closed for Health Violations
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Dive Bar Oscar’s Tavern Is Closed for Health Violations

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Book: Michael Vick Sent His Mistress A Puppy Dog Post Card. From Prison.

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Penn State Is Making a Lot of Cash Off Of School Pride

Making it easier for Nittany Lion grads to get poorer.

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Palestra Makes ESPN’s Short List of Favorite Basketball Venues

Remembering a time when the frills mattered less.

Mugshots of Alleged Swiss Cheese Pervert Chris Pagano

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Drunk History’s Derek Waters at Geno’s Steaks

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Main Line Lawyer Charged With Smuggling Wine

Arthur David Goldman was clearly a menace to society.

City

Newspaper Guild Jumps Into the Fray

Union wants a piece of the action in any auction of the Inquirer and Daily News.

Culture

24 Is Coming Back to TV

More conspiracies! More torture! More Kiefer Sutherland being gritty!

City

One Man, One Wawa, Five Robberies

The same store keeps being victimized over and over again.

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What Do You Tell Kids When Pot’s Suddenly Legal?

In Colorado, schools and parents wrestle with changes in marijuana laws.

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Whatever Happened to Generation X?

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As they head into middle age, the “slacker” generation of Philadelphians is feeling overlooked, overworked and overwhelmed. But their chill, pragmatic approach to life might be just what we need right now.

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Questlove Remembers Amiri Baraka

Pens NYT essay praising the late poet.

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West Virginia Chemical Spill Recovery Still "Unclear"

Thousands still don’t have water.

City

“Darling … Eliminate the Daily News

As warring co-owners go to court, a new email leak provides an inside view of the mess at the Inquirer, Daily News and philly.com

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Christie Scandals Piling Up: Feds Investigate "Stronger Than The Storm"

Jersey lawmakers plan special session.

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