From driverless vehicles to self-serve gas pumps, things are changing in the way we interact with our cars.
Needle-exchange plans have normalized the idea of giving needles to addicts, and it's not a stretch to think the same thing will happen with safe-injection sites.
This battle is about more than violations. It is about the indignity issues that Bass has raised and a cultural battle with Asian merchants in minority neighborhoods.
Here are some people who have impacted Philadelphia in the past year.
The hubris shown by Mayor Kenney is reflected in his decision to move the Frank Rizzo statue
Critics of children's author Dr. Seuss ignore his patriotism during World War II.
His new book, "Killing England: The Brutal Struggle for American Independence," revisits the Revolutionary War.
Research indicates fans are turned off to athletes who protest "The Star-Spangled Banner," so other excuses for lower NFL viewership ring hollow.
Its time to turn up the heat on public officials to demand an end to Philadelphia as a haven for those who trample on free-speech rights of others.
Some lawmakers in Harrisburg who voted for new taxes went against their promises to their constituents.
Some public schools are good and some are great. But many are mediocre that will not be fixed by increases in funding.
The New Jersey Assembly unanimously passed a law that would require school districts to teach students how to talk and interact with police officers
Amid all of the vitriol directed toward Republicans, these lawns signs are a way to show traditional GOP values.
Limiting meetings to blacks only sullies memory of Dr. Martin Luther King.
Teacher-turned-talk show host and Daily News columnist Dom Giordano is heard 9 a.m. to noon weekdays on WPHT (1210-AM). Contact him at www.domgiordano.com