The hashtag, created in response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal to spread awareness about sexual harassment, took off Sunday on social media.
Animal control is looking for the wily raccoon.
Accepting the National Constitution Center's Liberty Medal Monday night, Sen. John McCain blasted "half-baked, spurious nationalism," saying the United States has a moral obligation to act as an international leader.
Police on Monday identified a 27-year-old man who was fatally wounded in a double shooting late Sunday night in the city's Tioga section.
The Philadelphia School District will keep a Germantown elementary school closed until Wednesday to fix a mold problem discovered last week, the district said Monday.
"We still face that narrative of, 'There's no arts in the schools,'" said the Philadelphia schools' head of arts education. "But we're the third-largest arts spender in the city, and we have the largest reach. We still see great opportunities to grow and reach more students."
Messiah Chiverton was a junior at Frankford High School. Another teen, Muhammed Goode, 18, was arrested last week.
Should he be convicted, Jabateh, the East Lansdowne resident, faces up to five years in prison for each of the counts of perjury and immigration fraud with which he is charged.
Fifty-nine tribes have been invited to meet, potentially a huge broadening of a movement that so far has been pursued by a handful of native nations.
The settlement resolves "alleged federal wage violations, including requiring employees to work unpaid hours," the U.S. Department of Labor's local Wage and Hour Division said in a statement Monday.
Marijuana possession arrests in Pennsylvania, excluding Philadelphia, have increased by 33 percent since 2010 - and black adults have been arrested at a rate disproportionate to white adults that is rapidly increasing, a new study shows.
Ruling that prosecutors had met key thresholds in proving corruption laid out in a landmark Supreme Court decision last year, a federal judge Monday denied a motion to dismiss charges against New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez. His attorneys began presenting their case after the ruling.
Veterans, many suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, are trying to get outdoors more, hoping nature can serve as a therapy and escape.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Republican leaders in the Pennsylvania Legislature have asked a federal court to delay trial in a lawsuit seeking new congressional maps for the 2018 midterm election.