Madinah Brown says Delaware youth rehabilitation officials discriminated against her. State officials counter that wearing hijab at work puts her at risk.
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City Councilmember Al Taubenberger introduced a legislative package Thursday to give breaks on wage and real estate taxes to many Philadelphia families.
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Two Old City business owners intentionally set the massive 2018 fire that shut down the 200 block of Chestnut Street, federal authorities charged.
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New federal rules on pipeline safety are being praised by the oil and gas industry but dismissed by pipeline critics in Pennsylvania as unlikely to make pipelines any safer.
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In a new report, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale also urged lawmakers to legalize fentanyl test strips so drug users can check for the deadly synthetic substance.
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A jury has found Michael White not guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the 2018 fatal stabbing of real estate developer Sean Schellenger in Rittenhouse Square.
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The job cuts are effective Jan. 3., 2020, and include remote workers residing outside of the state, according to a filing with the Pa. Department of Labor and Industry.
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Like clockwork, the monarch butterfly migration season along the Jersey Shore is heating up.
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They’re pointing to sinkholes and contaminated wells they’ve seen throughout the building process, and say they’re worried about explosions.
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The Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board has upheld the Philadelphia Police Department's unilateral decision to institute a policy regarding officers' tattoos.
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At People’s Light, a first for the U.S.: tech that times captions to live action and stage delivery that might vary slightly from performance to performance.
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Jersey Shore residents should be prepared for power outages Thursday as gusty winds continue to whip through the region.
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Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, a sharecropper's son who rose to become the powerful chairman of the U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee, died early Thursday.
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After learning the results of the Chemical Safety Board investigation into the June 21 fire, many blame the refinery for putting their lives in jeopardy.
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These new numbers from the Urban Institute offer the first reality check on the rhetoric that has dominated the Democratic debate over health care reform.
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