Five African-American women were kicked off of Grandview Golf Course in York County, Pa. last spring. Now four of them are running for public office.
Air Date: March 25, 2019Listen 0:00
Buprenorphine and other medication-assisted treatments could be crucial to treating those suffering from opioid addiction in Philadelphia. So why can it be so hard to get?
Air Date: March 21, 2019Listen 14:23
The answer raises further questions about the effect of politics on the criminal justice system and whether a tool designed to give hope is working.
Air Date: March 20, 2019Listen 15:53
New Jersey is poised to become the 11th state to legalize adult use of recreational marijuana. Here's why the black market could still thrive.
Air Date: March 19, 2019Listen 14:07
Temple University's mumps outbreak started just before spring break earlier this month. Why would there be an outbreak of an illness we've had a vaccine for since the 1960s?
Air Date: March 18, 2019Listen 13:22
It's been years since Philadelphia put in bike lanes to make the streets safer, but it hasn't always worked. Why have bike lanes if they don't protect cyclists?
Air Date: March 14, 2019Listen 14:35
Over the last several years, Cheyney University has struggled to stay afloat. Now, it looks like it has a recovery plan. Will it survive and what's at stake for students?
Air Date: March 13, 2019Listen 16:07
Rev. Karyn Wiseman has been at the center of the United Methodist Church's conflict over same sex-marriage and LGBTQ clergy her entire life. Why is the church so fractured?
Air Date: March 12, 2019Listen 15:52
The Last Stop is a recovery house that offers free rehabilitation services for those suffering from addition. But it's run into conflicts with the city. Can it survive?
Air Date: March 11, 2019Listen 12:31
More and more it seems business improvement nonprofits like Center City District are monetizing the public spaces it operates. Why are they allowed to do this?
Air Date: March 7, 2019Listen 14:53
Philadelphia is set to ban cashless businesses. But there was no huge outcry, so why did City Council make the bill a priority?
Air Date: March 6, 2019Listen 13:35
Philly's sweetened beverage tax, better known as the "soda tax" passed almost three years ago. So why are politicians, business owners, and lobbyists still fighting about it?
Air Date: March 5, 2019Listen 13:19
Drexel University has proposed taking over the 130,000-piece collection of the Philadelphia History Museum. Will the public get to see it? And why does Drexel want it?
Air Date: March 4, 2019Listen 13:20
Erie Bishop Lawrence Persico has been outspoken about the sexual abuse scandals that have stained the Catholic Church. Even he is taking a wait-and-see approach.
Air Date: February 28, 2019Listen 12:35
The controversy has raised the question of what takes precedent: the safety and security of prisons or the protection of attorney-client privilege?
Air Date: February 27, 2019Listen 12:44
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