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After a trial that lasted six weeks, a jury convicted Dougherty of most charges related to funds he stole from the union he once led.
“Some people just need to go away,” Kenney said when asked about his future plans for public life.
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The legislation was inspired by 17-year-old Paul St. Pierre of Maple Shade.
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ACA open enrollment period began Nov. 1. The marketplaces are open to people who do not get insurance coverage through their jobs or other programs.
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‘A Christmas Carol’ dominates Philly stages this month. Why does it still resonate?
Finding new meaning in this nearly two century old story of redemption in a time of deep division.
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Nasheli Ortiz-González and the power of creating community: ‘People have saved me’
Fashion is as much a vehicle for activism and art as community organizing is, says the new director of Taller Puertorriqueño.
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Former Philly labor leader Johnny Doc found guilty of 70 counts of fraud and embezzlement
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5 major takeaways — and one thing missing — from the fourth Republican debate
As four candidates hotly debated issues ranging from foreign policy to gender identity to immigration, it's clear Nikki Haley is seen as a threat and Trump still looms large.
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Trump told supporters to ‘guard the vote’ in Philly. Here’s the phrase’s backstory and why it’s raising concern
Experts say the context primes Trump supporters to not only expect fraud in diverse Democratic cities next year, but to intervene to ensure Trump wins.
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Penn’s president defends herself amid backlash following congressional testimony about antisemitism
Amid the growing controversy, there are more calls for her to resign or to be fired, and to reevaluate the Ivy League school's policies.
Over 500 pieces of Santa collectibles bring joy to a Delaware woman’s home
"He's always smiling, he brings joy to people, I just love Santa," said D'Antonio of Wilmington, Delaware.
CSX freight train partially derails in South Philadelphia, knocking down utility pole
No hazardous materials were found in the box cars.
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Patti LaBelle, Philadelphia Rare Book Fair, dual Nutcrackers, and Hanukkah celebrations in this week’s ‘Things To Do’
Dec. 7 - 10: Rare Book Fair in Philly, “Who’s Holiday” in N.J., and Winterthur seasonal events in Delaware are among the weekend’s highlights.
Delaware Valley sees first set of deadlines to pick 2024 health insurance during ACA open enrollment
10 things to know about ‘The Pulse,’ the award-winning WHYY News health and science radio show
On any given week, “The Pulse” team is digging around for unique and fascinating health and science topics for the podcast. Here, they share a few fun facts.
New Jersey has a new seizure first aid awareness law. A local teen helped make it happen
Heavy rain, floods, and heat: How climate change makes life tougher for unhoused people in the Philly area
Hundreds of people live outside in the Philly area. Data shows some of the weather conditions they deal with are becoming more extreme.
Trainers at New Jersey police seminar disparaged women, made ‘inappropriate’ remarks, officials say
The six-day seminar in October 2021 was conducted by a New Jersey-based law enforcement training company called Street Cop.
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U.S. unveils war crimes charges against 4 Russian-allied troops
The indictment, unsealed in the Eastern District of Virginia, marks the first time the U.S. has brought war crimes charges in connection with the Russian assault on Ukraine.
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