Friday, August 22, 2014
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WASHINGTON (AP) - The Washington Post says it will stop calling Washington's football team the "Redskins" on its editorial page.
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A 45-year-old man was in critical condition after being shot Friday night in the city's East Germantown section, police said.
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Don Cannon, 74, a longtime fixture on Philadelphia morning radio, died Friday, Aug. 22, at Lankenau Medical Center after a brief illness.
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A festering political feud in Chester County was stoked anew this week with the most unlikely fuel - a ticket for public urination.
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The theft of woman's life-size presidential statue got a little Twisted.
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A judge has set bail at $1.5 million for a man accused of shooting at two Philadelphia police officers Thursday night.
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LANCASTER - For a year, Lark and Michael McCarley simmered silently over the arrival of Amish Mafia in their community.
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A New Jersey police officer has been indicted on charges he allegedly stalked his ex-girlfriend online and over the phone.
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I'm going to say it ... "Man how time flies." It's the weekend before Labor day and most want to squeeze in every last drop of sunshine. You're going...
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It contains concessions on both sides. It only lasts two years. And it will be costly to taxpayers. But after five years of bargaining and battling, the 10,000 blue-collar workers who belong to AFSCME District Council 33 will soon get to vote on a contract with their employer, the City of Philadelphia.
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The ex-mistress of Donald Sterling is claiming that she never had sex with the disgraced former Los Angeles Clippers owner because he is gay. In court...
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A Tennessee student reportedly got kicked out of class for saying "Bless you," when another student sneezed. The term apparently violated the list of...
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The woman accused of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl last year after abducting her from a West Philadelphia elementary school researched child sex crimes on her personal computer, a city prosecutor disclosed Thursday.
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Next week, developers will present their designs for the W and Element Hotels planned for 15th and Chestnut streets to the Center City Residents Association. The presentation is for information only: The planned project requires no zoning variances and can be built by right.
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