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An event at the African American Museum in Philadelphia featured four black women's personal stories of racism's effect on the men in their lives.
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An elite group of movie lovers in the Saudi capital Riyadh got a special treat on Wednesday — a screening of the Hollywood blockbuster Black Panther.
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It's the second small woodlands blaze in the young spring forest fire season.
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Waffle House called it a sad day for the restaurant's family.
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Starbucks hopes to address part of that by including discussion about implicit bias in its training.
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They're anonymously posting mean and derogatory comments about themselves on social media.
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Ten neighborhoods concentrated around Center City make up 59 percent of the properties receiving Philadelphia' controversial 10-year tax abatement.
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It’s unclear if racetracks and casinos would be able to start taking sports bets soon after a favorable court ruling or whether New Jersey legislation will be needed.
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Plane crashes are rare, but when they happen, people often survive them.
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Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid certainly aren’t acting like playoff first-timers, and JJ Redick provided the veteran leadership that P
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Orchestra 2001 will perform on Sunday, April 22 at World Café Live, and Saturday, April 28 at the Fillmore.
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The International Monetary Fund's policymaking committee said Saturday that a strong world economy is threatened by increasing tension.
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Washington Avenue has remained stubbornly industrial. Now developer Ori Feibush, president of OCF Realty, wants to transform it.
A new play "¡Bienvenidos Blancos!, or Welcome White People!" tracks a descendant of the Cuban exodus as he re-assesses his feelings for the island nation.
A new poll from Muhlenberg College is giving Democrats reason to feel hopeful about their midterm chances in November.
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