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Mike Jensen: Temple's football team had just finished its last summer workout.
SEPTA will use a one-day online lottery to sell Regional Rail passes for the papal visit, transportation authority officials said Tuesday.
Bob Dole, now 92 and in a wheelchair, made a rare return visit to Congress on Monday to celebrate this week's 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act - the sort of big, bipartisan triumph of yore that now seems unimaginable.
Also in Tattle: ‘Book of Mormon’ opens in Utah, fugitive actor arrested, Netflix gets more Marvel-ous and more
Tommy, Izzy and John, from the Comedy Central Web series "Delco Proper," could find out as soon as next week if their pilot episode will develop into a 30-minute TV series.
Les Bowen: Chip Kelly says the biggest difference between the Eagles and other teams is the media coverage.
Gov. Wolf and Republican leaders remain miles apart on a new budget partly because both sides make some good points.
When it comes to introducing a new operating system for PCs, Microsoft is like the flighty date you love to hate and hate to love.
The Philadelphia region's apartment market continued to thrive in the second quarter, with monthly rents rising and vacancies plummeting even as new product appeared in the city and suburbs.
Question: What if you're in a mutually agreed upon, sexually monogamous relationship, and you're not pressuring for a commitment like moving in, engagement, marriage . . . but the other person thinks you are? In other words, I'm totally fine with just having a boyfriend for the foreseeable future, but he keeps insisting he knows better than I do what I want, and says, "I'm not ready for what you want," even though I've never actually asked for anything more than what we have now.
It wasn't a date until the seventh inning.
Plan to compete for a spot on American Idol when the show holds auditions Sunday at the Liacouras Center in Phila.?
Financial decisions can have consequences that outlive the people who make them. In the case of three women, two in South Philadelphia and one in Delaware County, the decision to take out a reverse mortgage - a special kind of loan that allows borrowers 62 and older to convert a portion of their home's equity into cash - has made their lives a nightmare.
The list of potential free agents who could be available after the season is deep and talented. If the Phillies want to accelerate their rebuilding project, they should go after some of them.
SEPTA will use a one-day online lottery to sell Regional Rail passes for the papal visit, transportation authority officials said Tuesday.
The Philadelphia region's apartment market continued to thrive in the second quarter, with monthly rents rising and vacancies plummeting even as new product appeared in the city and suburbs.
Mike Jensen: Temple's football team had just finished its last summer workout.
Mike Sielski: Chip Kelly's evocation of the SEALs reconfirmed one of the rare certainties about him.
When it comes to introducing a new operating system for PCs, Microsoft is like the flighty date you love to hate and hate to love.
Gov. Wolf and Republican leaders remain miles apart on a new budget partly because both sides make some good points.
Les Bowen: Chip Kelly says the biggest difference between the Eagles and other teams is the media coverage.
Tommy, Izzy and John, from the Comedy Central Web series "Delco Proper," could find out as soon as next week if their pilot episode will develop into a 30-minute TV series.
Also in Tattle: ‘Book of Mormon’ opens in Utah, fugitive actor arrested, Netflix gets more Marvel-ous and more
Bob Dole, now 92 and in a wheelchair, made a rare return visit to Congress on Monday to celebrate this week's 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act - the sort of big, bipartisan triumph of yore that now seems unimaginable.
Trout sits with injured wrist Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout was out of the lineup Tuesday against the Houston Astros because of an injured left wrist. Manager Mike Scioscia said he had not received the results of an MRI.
Another alternative is to use IRA rollover money to cover the cost.
IT WAS NEVER a matter of if, but when. As soon as the news broke about two major hacking incidents at the Office of Personnel Management, I knew what would come next. And I knew it wouldn't be immediate cases of identity theft.
John Smallwood: Now, Brady must decide whether to shut up or to sue, binding him to an oath of truth in court.
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