Column

‘Black don’t crack' on the outside, but it could be cracking on the inside | Elizabeth Wellington

Black women may be look youthful on the outside, but the inside is a different story.

Opinion

His shooters may never get his letter of forgiveness, but maybe it will help others drop their guns | Helen Ubiñas

"I want them to understand that they’re changing lives out here, that they changed my life.”
Opinion

His shooters may never get his letter of forgiveness, but maybe it will help others drop their guns | Helen Ubiñas

"I want them to understand that they’re changing lives out here, that they changed my life.”

Opinion

The most striking thing about Lt. Gov. John Fetterman | John Baer

Pennsylvania's new lieutenant governor has had a career path that rarely leads to elected statewide office.
Opinion

The most striking thing about Lt. Gov. John Fetterman | John Baer

Pennsylvania's new lieutenant governor has had a career path that rarely leads to elected statewide office.

Opinion

This obscure company is doing more to destroy a free press in America than Trump | Will Bunch

A looming business deal could cut America's newsrooms — and civic democracy along with it.
Opinion

This obscure company is doing more to destroy a free press in America than Trump | Will Bunch

A looming business deal could cut America's newsrooms — and civic democracy along with it.
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Column

Always a team player | Lisa Scottoline

Sometimes it can feel little strange to be a female football fan.Like when the camera cuts away to the cheerleaders and lingers way too long.

Review

‘Choir Boy’ at Manhattan Theatre Club: Joyful dance, and revelation in a man’s world

Joyful singing and dancing punctuate this coming-of-age drama set in an African American boys' school. It delivers a powerful and valuable lesson about understand lives that are not our own.

Opinion

Last exit: Is ‘everybody’ really leaving New Jersey? | Kevin Riordan

The story that certain groups are leaving New Jersey - senior citizens, millionaires, Millennials - is old news. But some say a new report by a respected moving company suggests that pretty much everyone is leaving the state.

A Philadelphia digital pioneer from the ’60s will be its newest public company on NYSE

One of Philly's oldest computer-age businesses will be its newest public company as Clarivate's owners list it on the New York Stock Exchange this Spring.

King of Prussia firm strikes national deal to sell plant-based egg substitute

Renmatix, based in King of Prussia, has found a global distributor for its Simple Cellulose vegan egg substitute.

Opinion

‘Essential’ TSA worker from South Philly does her job with no pay as her government ‘parents’ fight | Stu Bykofsky

With no financial cushion, a TSA veteran in South Philly doesn’t know how she will pay her bills if the government shutdown continues.

Opinion

Will Gov. Tom Wolf start his second term the way he started his first? | John Baer

Gov. Wolf this week begins a lame-duck term. Will he walk, waddle, limp, or fly?

Opinion

Bernie Sanders is the leader America needs now. Just NOT by running for president in 2020 | Will Bunch

A divisive run for the White House will only hurt Sanders' bold progressive agenda.

Opinion

Spoiler alert: 2019′s real global security threats don’t include a border crisis | Trudy Rubin

There is plenty to worry about, from Russian or Chinese cyberattacks on U.S. infrastructure to a possible military clash with Beiing in the South China Sea, but problems on the southern border don't make the list.

Opinion

Change at the top sparks concern about the future of New Jersey’s beloved Bishop Eustace Prep

At Bishop Eustace Preparatory School, the last six months have seen a number of longtime faculty and staff members being laid off or choosing to leave. And members of the school community say they've been left in the dark.

Opinion

Around Independence Mall, empty tables and thoughts full of worry | Mike Newall

It's not just federal workers feeling the pinch — it's the people who feed them, serve them and cut their hair who also are starting to hurt.

In two more weeks, cost of shutdown could exceed what Trump wants for the wall

“It will only take another two weeks to cost the U.S. economy more than the $5.7 billion that the White House requested for the border wall,” S&P said in a statement.

Seven weeks after leak shut busy highways, Delaware not ready to let Croda unit reopen

Croda's new ethylene oxide facility on the Delaware River remains shut under state orders, seven weeks after a gas leak forced a seven-hour holiday-weekend closing of the Interstate highway links between the New Jersey Turnpike, I-295 and points south

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