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DN letters: Those upset at Trump's ...

DN letters: Those upset at Trump's critics should quit whining

RE: LETTER writer Jodi Mallon's letter about Donald Trump's critics (Jan. 19 letter): What did Trump do for the people, even before he took office? Please give us an answer.

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Need help getting your kid to bed? ...

Need help getting your kid to bed? You can call Mickey Mouse and friends to help

For a limited time, you can call the Disney Store's ''Sleep Shop Hotline'' for a special message from the mouse himself.
Vigil held for 7-year-old girl kill...

Vigil held for 7-year-old girl killed by her father in Manayunk

A gut-wrenching outpouring of grief Tuesday night as family, friends, and teachers held a vigil to remember 7-year-old Kayden Mancuso.
2 police officers ambushed and shot...

2 police officers ambushed and shot in Camden

Two police detectives were ambushed and shot while sitting in their vehicle in Camden, New Jersey.
American Girl opening outlet store ...

American Girl opening outlet store in Hershey, Pennsylvania

American Girl is opening an outlet store in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Holy Fire, Mendocino Complex Fires ...

Holy Fire, Mendocino Complex Fires and beyond: Photos from the wildfires across California

The Holy Fire, the Mendocino Complex Fires, the Carr Fire, the Ferguson Fire and more have been scorching hundreds of thousands of acres all around California.
Mendocino Complex Fires now the lar...

Mendocino Complex Fires now the largest wildfire in California history

The Mendocino Complex Fires are now even larger than 2017's Thomas Fire.

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Remembering Robert Venturi, Philade...

Remembering Robert Venturi, Philadelphia architect who gave 'more'

Robert Venturi, one of the most influential design minds of the 20th century, passed away on Tuesday, September 18 at the age of 93, after battling Alzheimer's disease. In his passing, Philadelphia loses a native son whose work changed the course of architecture, and left an indelible imprint on his hometown from the campuses of University of Pennsylvania and Drexel to residential architecture in Chestnut Hill and public spaces in Old City.

Will Bill Cosby go to prison for se...

Will Bill Cosby go to prison for sex assault? Judge to weigh his fate

Laura McCrystal covers everything about taxes, government revenue, and how such policies impact people in Philadelphia and beyond. She previously covered news in Montgomery County, including Bill Cosby's trial.

Philadelphia soda tax cut sugar int...

Philadelphia soda tax cut sugar intake by African American youth

Philadelphia's tax on all sweetened beverages - with or without sugar - reduced consumption among children and adults who were heavy consumers, while having no significant impact overall, a study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research has found. The study by Mathematica Policy Research, the University of Iowa, and Cornell University collected data on price and availability of more than 1,200 sweetened and unsweetened beverages in more than 140 stores in Philadelphia and nearby counties.

7 days of things to do in Philadelp...

7 days of things to do in Philadelphia from Sept. 23 to 29

Minhaj was the last correspondent Jon Stewart hired at The Daily Show before he left the program in 2015. Minhaj took his own leave last month, ending an era.

Philadelphia Elections Won't Be Hac...

Philadelphia Elections Won't Be Hacked

PHILADELPHIA City Commissioners Lisa Deeley and Al Schmidt, whose office manages elections, say the November vote is secure from computerized tampering. BY TONY WEST Recent revelations of election interference by Russian and other foreign agents have raised widespread concern about the vulnerability of the November general election to such attacks.

With transformational giving, donor...

With transformational giving, donors help people get a slice of the pie

Ira M. Lubert, venture capital investor, philanthropist, and founder of United Way's Lubert Individual Development Account Program, shares in a celebration event for IDA program graduates in 2017. A donor who has given more than $10 million to the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, Lubert, who funded the United Way's Lubert Individual Development Accounts Program, knows that sometimes small is mighty when it comes to transforming a community, pizza by pizza, diploma by diploma, house by house.

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