From "books not bullets" to "arms are for hugs," here is what marchers wrote on their signs to protest gun violence.
Philadelphians will take part in a national march to protest gun violence following the Parkland, Fla., high school shooting that left 17 dead in February.
A similar debate unfolded after a white gunman shot and killed 58 people at a Las Vegas concert last year.
The suspect detonated an explosive device in his car Wednesday. Five other bombs had detonated in Central Texas since March 2.
Here's how votes are reviewed and how a recount, if ordered, could unfold in the district where results show Democrat Conor Lamb beating Republican Rick Saccone by less than 1,000 votes.
Some students defied warnings of discipline or suspension, while others had support from their schools.
Many go unreported in public spaces, where, like a billboard, they can be seen by - and impact - a wide audience.
Why is our city so trashy? Litter and waste have long troubled Philadelphia, and now more people are complaining about it.
From getting free cleaning supplies from the city to knowing where to dump trash if pickup is still days away, a lot can be done to keep your block clean.
Officers are chanting, throwing footballs, and waving Eagles flags along the parade route.
Turns out, 850 porta potties for millions of people wasn't enough. Some porta potties caved in when fans climbed on top of them.
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