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We’ve assembled a panel of climate experts, and they tell us that basically, regrettably, the answer is: yes.
The Philly Ballot-Counting Livestream Is Oddly Soothing
This has been a very abnormal election. So take a moment to watch some ballot-counting, and delight in the mundane.
5 Things to Watch for as Pennsylvania Election Day Results Trickle In
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.
If Your Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballot Status Was “Pending,” Check Again
Since complaints emerged that the state’s vote tracking website is unreliable and outdated, we’ve seen some improvement.
If Biden Wins the White House, Here’s What He Owes Philly
The Democratic presidential candidate has pulled out all the stops in his push to win in the City of Brotherly Love. But what does that leave us with when the fliers and campaign surrogates disappear?
First in Line at the Polls, “Terrified” but Prepared
Early morning scenes from a West Philly polling place, featuring the start of a line to vote and a fake “poll watcher.”
Your Ultimate Guide to Voting in Philly on Election Day
From voter intimidation to ballot selfies to polling place confusion. All your day-of-voting questions, answered.
An unfiltered, unvarnished look at what “till death do us part” means now.
What Pennsylvania Poll Watchers Can (and Can’t) Do on Election Day
Here, your biggest poll watcher questions answered.
This Is What Happens When Law Enforcement Treats Policing Like War
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.
Best Thing This Week: All Hallows’ Eve
With a momentous election looming, it’s worth remembering as we commemorate All Hallows’ Eve that there are things we should be very, very afraid of, and then there are the bogeymen.
Lamar Gore on Helping Nature Through Climate Change, a Pandemic and Racial Inequity
As more Philadelphians seek socially distanced outdoor activities, the manager of Heinz Wildlife Refuge talks about what makes it “magical.”
Trying to Check the Status of Your Pennsylvania Mail-In Ballot? Good Luck With That
Compounding U.S. Mail delays and other problems like missing mail-in ballots is this: A state website that’s supposed to show your ballot status doesn’t seem to do a very good job of it.
The company is offering a lesson in adaptability and community partnerships during the pandemic.
The Latest Pennsylvania Polls Show Biden Ahead. Can You Believe Them?
The majority of pollsters show Trump consistently trailing in the Keystone State. We ask one why he’s so confident.
One of Philly Mag’s “Most Influential” Was Just Charged with Setting a Police Car on Fire
Activist Anthony Smith and two other men have been charged with arson stemming from an incident earlier this year.
A Troubling Number of PA Voters Believe in Bonkers Conspiracy Theories
A new study shows that 60 percent of the state’s registered voters have seen the claim that Hollywood and Democratic elites regularly participate in child sex trafficking. Worse: Twenty-two percent believe it.
The Killing of Walter Wallace Jr. Is the Assassination of Philadelphia As We Knew It
When a disabled Black man is shot in cold blood by the police, there’s no way we can continue to call ourselves the City of Brotherly Love.