If this is the future waiting for me, I don't want it."
Spoken by a young girl, those words close Niños Incómodos (Bothersome Children), a video released last week in Mexico to shock, objection, and controversy. It's a viral sensation with more than 2.7 million views.
Sixty-seven years later, Bob Scullin of Pennsauken, N.J., still has dreams of that dark, volcanic island - and the horrors he witnessed there. Iwo Jima. The very name conjures images of ferocious combat.
When Irene made landfall early Sunday, August 28, 2011 in New Jersey it became only the third tropical storm on record to hit land in the state with hurricane-strength winds. (Other hurricane-strength storms have passed offshore.) Thankfully, the hurricane-induced damage and flooding should not happen...
The economic downturn of the last few years has brought tough times to many Americans, but especially to minorities.
Among all households from 2005 to 2009, median net worth fell to $98,894, a drop of 28 percent, after adjusting for inflation.
For minority households, the rate of decline was much steeper:...
The city of Philadelphia grew slightly from 2000 to 2010, just enough to stave off Phoenix and retain its claim to being the fifth-largest city in the United States. The Philadelphia metro area wasn't as lucky.
The Defense Department is enlisting a familiar weapon in an effort to protect $13 billion worth of property in Avalon and Stone Harbor from nature's attacks - the sand grain.
Nearly 17% on Phila.-area banks remained in hot water with bank regulators this month.
Rebellious behavior and strained relationships are just some of the negative effects over-parenting can have on children.
The world likely will survive beyond Dec. 12, but the Mayans definitely had advanced ideas on time.
Long one of Philadelphia's proudest exports, classical music keeps flowing out beyond the city limits.
Change comes hard to Harrisburg.
Republican Rep. Curt Schroder, of Chester County, who will quit the state House after 17-plus years on Sunday, knew that intuitively when he arrived at the Capitol in January 1995.
Maria Panaritis: In the 21st century, airlines run out of food, apparently on purpose. Woe to those sitting in the back rows in the coach section.