Temple University's board of trustees is set to hold a special meeting Monday afternoon to weigh plans for a new on-campus football stadium.
SEOUL, South Korea - The U.N. Security Council condemned North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket that world leaders called a banned test of ballistic missile technology and another "intolerable provocation." The U.N.'s most powerful body pledged to quickly adopt a resolution with "significant" new sanctions.
There are few signs of an impending recession. So why is everyone using the "R" word? Wall Street's thinking goes like this: Flat returns in the stock market make it harder for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, and in turn, the Fed's lack of action concerns investors about U.S. economic expectations.
Another day, another gig for Michael Nutter. The former Philadelphia mayor will serve as a senior fellow for What Works Cities, a Michael Bloomberg-funded, data-driven, philanthropic program aimed at making government more effective and increasing community engagement. Nutter will advise mayors around the country and serve as the program's national spokesman.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane lambasted a judicial panel Sunday for naming a well-connected lawyer to mediate Supreme Court Justice J. Michael Eakin's Porngate case, calling it a step to "sweep his hate-filled emails under the rug."
Constance G. Yaros, a Philadelphia artist for 60 years, died Thursday at Hahnemann University Hospital. She was 90. A lifelong Philadelphia resident, Ms. Yaros was involved in portrait and landscape painting, sculpture, industrial design, fashion design and interior design. She also acted at Allen's Lane and Abington Theater companies.