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Police shooting interrupts hearing on proposed police oversight commission
As people began protesting another Black man’s death at the hands of police, Council was discussing a ballot measure meant to create more police oversight.
2 hours ago
‘I was by myself’: Parkway encampment down to last few residents
People leaving the protest encampment on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway are moving to new homes, some of them squats elsewhere in the city.
3 hours ago
Police shoot and kill man armed with knife in West Philly, officials say
The unidentified man was shot by police on Locust and South 61st streets shortly before 5 p.m. He later died at the hospital.
How Philly-area election boards will count your mail ballot
Philly-area counties have invested millions of dollars into equipment and manpower to count an unprecedented number of mail ballots.
4 hours ago
They work in several nursing homes to eke out a living, and that spreads the virus
On average, each U.S. nursing home is connected to seven others through shared staff, a study by Yale and UCLA researchers suggests.
6 hours ago
N.J. coronavirus recovery: Vaccination plan filed with CDC
Gov. Phil Murphy announced that the state submitted the first draft of its COVID-19 vaccination plan on Oct. 16.
Get in line by 5 PM: Philly expands satellite election office hours for ballot request deadline
Tuesday is the last day to apply to vote by mail, but voting centers will remain open through Nov. 3.
8 hours ago
55 tons of oily debris collected from Delaware beaches
More than 100 people have been working to clean up an 11-mile stretch of beach in Delaware fouled by an oil spill of unknown origin last week.
Colleges turn to wastewater testing in an effort to flush out the coronavirus
People who have been infected with SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19, shed virus particles through their poop when they go to the bathroom.
9 hours ago
Should we abolish the Electoral College?
A majority of Americans favor replacing the electoral college with the popular vote. We'll discuss the history of the elector system and what should replace it.
Pa. coronavirus recovery: State sees highest new daily case count since pandemic began
With case counts exceeding 1,000 every day for the last 21 days, state health officials say the current fall surge is starting to outpace the initial wave of infections.
If there’s no election night winner, don’t panic
This year, election projections and unofficial tabulations from the states themselves may take a little longer. That doesn't necessarily mean there's an issue.
How police, National Guard and the military are preparing for Election Day tensions
Uniformed police are generally not allowed around polling places, and the Pentagon doesn't want to get involved. Still, they're getting ready if things get out of control.
11 hours ago
Trump visits Lehigh Valley in battleground blitz
President Donald Trump is holding three campaign rallies in Pennsylvania Monday as he focuses on overcoming polling in the Keystone State to defeat Joe Biden.
12 hours ago
Election stress getting to you? 4 ways to keep calm
Doom-scrolling much? Nearly 70% of Americans report feeling stressed about politics. We're sleepless and irritable, and our heads hurt. Here's how some people are coping.
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