The William Penn Annex Post Office had been the city's last remaining publicly accessible grand postal hall.
Calls to take down the statue of the controversial former mayor have resurfaced in the wake of violence in Charlottesville, Va.
Amid debate over former Philadelphia Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, we take a look at the hulking bronze monument. How difficult would it be to take down? If the city decides to move it, where might it go?
Northern Arapaho people gather to witness their reburial in Wyoming, to grieve their loss anew, and to celebrate their return at last.
The National Weather Service says there are three issues complicating the forecast.
Since 2013, the city has "reserved" land for 44 potential projects, many intended for affordable housing. And the number is growing, in a process that occurs largely behind closed doors.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) - The pilot of small plane belonging to an aerial advertising company survived a crash in a New Jersey marsh.
The vehicles collided head-on, according to a news report.
President Donald Trump plans to address the nation on his strategy for the war in Afghanistan.
The Franklin Institute is also rolling out four smaller telescopes, 32 Sun Spotters, handheld viewers, and four silver-black polymer tents for Monday's sky-high drama.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he's no longer seeking a job on a New York sports talk radio station once he leaves office.
Police found a grenade and assault rifles inside a home.
Jerry Lewis, 91, the jester who ruled as America's clown prince and France's "roi de crazy," died Sunday. The love-him-or-loathe-him funnyman was the patron saint of every gamma geek who aspired to be an alpha male. He was a livewire who made audiences roar -— and recoil.