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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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N.J. transit train derails in Trent...

N.J. transit train derails in Trenton

It was some scary moments Friday when a Trenton train derailed as it left the Transit Center.
Philadelphia firefighter launches c...

Philadelphia firefighter launches campaign for LED ladders

A tragic blaze 24 years ago planted the seeds for the concept of lights on ladders.
AccuWeather: Rainy Start to the Wee...

AccuWeather: Rainy Start to the Weekend

Meteorologist Melissa Magee says occasional showers and thunderstorms Saturday night and into much of next week could bring downpours to some neighborhoods.
Branson duck boat accident victims:...

Branson duck boat accident victims: What we know about them

Nine of the 17 people who died when a duck tour boat capsized and sank during stormy weather were members of the same family, according to local officials.
361 golden retrievers assemble in S...

361 golden retrievers assemble in Scottish Highlands

A massive group of golden retrievers gathered in the Scottish Highlands to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the breed.
Female musicians are being celebrat...

Female musicians are being celebrated in Wilmington

The 7th annual Ladybug Music Festival is free and family friendly

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Calling for nuance in terrorism sen...

Calling for nuance in terrorism sentences, judge frees Philly man 6 years after arrest

File photo of the federal prison in Littleton, Colo., where Bakhtiyor Jumaev, of Philadelphia, was being held Thursday, a day after a judge in Denver ordered his release six years after he was arrested for giving $300 to a fellow supporter of an Uzbekistani terror group. In a decision challenging the United States' one-size-fits-all approach to punishing terrorism suspects, a federal judge ordered a Philadelphia man released from prison Wednesday, more than six years after he was jailed for repaying a $300 debt to a fellow terrorist sympathizer.

Artificial Intelligence Is Helping ...

Artificial Intelligence Is Helping Blind People See In Philadelphia

Artificial Intelligence Is Helping Blind People See In Philadelphia A new way for blind people to see with technology that uses artificial intelligence is now available in the Philadelphia area Mayor Kenney Updates Philadelphia's Sex Harassment Prevention Policy Following Audit An audit of Philadelphia's sexual misconduct policies and procedures reveals the city paid out $2.1 million in settlements since 2012. Dolphins To Discipline Players Who Protest Anthem With Suspensions, Fines Miami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the national anthem could be suspended for up to four games under a team policy issued this week.

Life and CultureFrom parking lot to...

Life and CultureFrom parking lot to park: Eakins Oval in Philadelphia gets a summer makeover

The Oval+ is taking over the Eakins Oval parking lot and transforming it into a family-friendly outdoor destination. The temporary installation runs from July 20 to Aug. 19 and brings a splash of color to the space along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, just opposite the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Jay-Z Calls Out Philly Mayor Over L...

Jay-Z Calls Out Philly Mayor Over Labor Day Festival Move

Rapper Jay-Z criticized Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney over the decision to move the Made in America Festival off of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. But Mayor Kenney says the entire thing was a misunderstanding.

In one chaotic courtroom, volunteer...

In one chaotic courtroom, volunteers have saved 11,000 Philly homes from foreclosure

Inside Courtroom 676 in Philadelphia City Hall, a group of volunteer housing counselors gather around a table every Thursday morning and afternoon. Together with pro bono attorneys, they try to help homeowners stave off foreclosure through Philadelphia's Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion program.

PA Supreme Court upholds Philadelph...

PA Supreme Court upholds Philadelphia soda tax

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.

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