A thought provoking, engaging and timely show that tackles wide ranging issues of concern to listeners in the Delaware Valley, the nation and beyond. A rebroadcast of the morning show.
The event on the National Mall kicks off the next phase of the new Poor People’s Campaign to continue – and build upon – the original campaign started by MLK
4 hours ago
NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller sits down for his weekly conversation with Gallup’s Frank Newport to talk about trends in U.S. opinion.
5 hours ago
West Philadelphia’s Farrad McLaughlin, 26, was crushed when he lost his older brother to gun violence a decade ago. But since that mome
6 hours ago
Those who overdosed were at a much higher risk of death the following year from drug use-associated diseases, HIV, chronic respiratory diseases, viral hepatitis, and suicide.
Two lawsuits aim to block the $40 million sale of the Princeton school by Rider University.
7 hours ago
Efforts to overhaul Pennsylvania’s redistricting process are faltering.
A day of high-level negotiations and a surprise court ruling momentarily brightened hopes for a budget deal in Trenton yesterday, but in the end the talks failed to produce ag
Officials say supplies have fallen below the three-day inventory.
8 hours ago
Finding Sanctuary was put on in partnership with the Association of Independents in Radio, the Lenfest Institute and the Wyncote Foundation.
Growing up, half-sisters Glennette Rozelle and Jennifer Mack were used to hearing their parents fight. At StoryCorps, the women remember the night that changed everything.
The first known case of the Keystone virus has been identified in a 16-year-old boy after a year of tests and analysis.
9 hours ago
When Indego initially began, city planners hesitated to place docks so close to the stadiums, for fear that they would quickly fill up before games.
10 hours ago
To gain their release from custody and last night's reunion, the woman sued the U.S. government.
11 hours ago
A new study finds climate-damaging methane emissions from the U.S. oil and gas industry are nearly 60 percent higher than Environmental Protection Agency estimates.
In a major win for privacy rights, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that police must obtain a search warrant in order to get access to cellphone location information.
12 hours ago
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