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Paid parental leave: How Republicans learned to love a Democratic priority
Many Republican lawmakers oppose the parental leave provision. But since it is part of the must-pass defense bill, there's not much they can do about it.
33 mins ago
In its first holiday-themed dance program, BalletX takes a somber tone in ’12 Bells’
Philadelphia’s premiere contemporary ballet company’s first holiday program takes on seasonal depression.
2 hours ago
Pa. AG Shapiro says Trump’s tipped wage proposal could take money from workers
The Pa. attorney general is planning to challenge the federal government if the Trump administration goes ahead with a proposal to change how tipped workers are paid.
3 hours ago
South Broad’s unique movie rental/coffee shop Cinemug is closed for good
Opened in early 2015, the spot was a neighborhood hub for Philly cinephiles.
Philly Board of Education renews six charters
The Board of Education met for the final time in 2019 on Thursday, approving five-year renewals for six charter schools.
4 hours ago
Panel vote sends Trump impeachment charges to full House
The House Judiciary Committee is expected to approve articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Friday morning.
6 hours ago
Contract dispute between Wilmington firefighters union and the city goes into arbitration
After three years of contract negotiations without an agreement, the matter has moved into binding arbitration.
7 hours ago
Philadelphia officials are revving up for recreational marijuana
Psychiatry, public health and law enforcement leaders — including Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner — are taking a “not if, but when” approach.
9 hours ago
Yassmin Gramian, incoming PennDOT Secretary sees ‘bright future’ for Philadelphia
Gramian ascends to the top PennDOT post after years of working on projects in and around Philadelphia.
10 hours ago
Economic investment, not arrests, will save Kensington from drug violence, say researchers who lived there
They wanted to know: Why is narcotics trafficking and the violence that goes along with it so concentrated and so extreme in this part of the city?
11 hours ago
Monarchs bring hoops and hope to Camden
At the Kroc Center in Cramer Hill, the Camden Monarchs are bringing semi-pro basketball to appreciative fans.
House panel presses toward historic Trump impeachment vote
Though split sharply along party lines, the panel is expected to send the charges to the full House for it to take pre-Christmas action next week.
18 hours ago
Philly residents are betting city’s new plastic bag ban will bring cleaner streets
Philly’s move comes amid a regional movement against the ubiquitous sacs. A state ban on plastic bags will expire a day before the bill goes into effect.
19 hours ago
Warren gets campaign effort going in Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Warren's campaign is moving to become the first in the Democratic presidential primary to hire field staff and open field offices in Pennsylvania.
20 hours ago
Nonprofit leader accuses police officers of excessive force, false arrest
The civil complaint alleges that an officer hit the woman in the face, then conspired with two other officers to falsely arrest her.
21 hours ago
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