Friday, May 22, 2015

Breaking News

Breaking News

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The chairman of Temple University's physics department lost his leadership post Friday, one day after federal authorities accused him of illegally sharing sensitive U.S. technology with entities in China.
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Four protesters were charged with assaulting Philadelphia police officers after a peaceful vigil Thursday night on Temple University's campus became violent.
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A fire at a South Philadelphia oil refinery was quickly extinguished Friday, but not before sending plumes of black smoke into the sky.
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Shareena Joachim allegedly brought Mace to the attack on Robert Barnes.
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As tears rolled down his face, a fatigue-clad Rafael Encinas placed his head in his hands and tried to compose himself while surrounded by a few hundred Marlton students decked out in red, white and blue.
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Philadelphia University has promoted its executive dean to provost.
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Hillary Clinton said the “average American CEO” makes 300 times more than the typical worker, but she was referring to a study that looked at pay disparity between CEOs and average workers only at the top 350 companies — a fraction of the 246,240 chief executives in the U.S.
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Eight passengers were hurt in a SEPTA bus accident Friday afternoon in North Philadelphia, an agency spokesman said. Shortly before 3 p.m., a southbound Route 23 bus was involved in a collision with an automobile on Germantown Avenue at Tioga Street, said SEPTA spokesman Andrew Busch.
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Behind bars three weeks and counting.
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Service has resumed between the Thorndale and Malvern stations on SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale Regional Rail Line after a broken rail was repaired.
8
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A $2,500 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever broke into a Delaware County gun store and made off with a small arsenal.
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Moments before a triumphant Jim Kenney took the stage on election night Tuesday to give his victory speech in front of a throng of political supporters, the presumptive next mayor of Philadelphia took a very brief private meeting with arguably the most powerful man in New Jersey — political power broker George Norcross.
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There were 581 new Michaels born in New Jersey last year, making it the most popular name for baby boys in the state for 50 straight years.
9
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Despite lack of rain, no drought advisories issued -- yet.
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The North Philadelphia teen charged with the hit-and-run accident that critically injured a Temple University senior waived his preliminary hearing Friday and his lawyer said he will "accept responsibility" and likely plead guilty.
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Several people were arrested Thursday night after an altercation between "black lives matter" protesters and police at a bus stop in North Philadelphia, police said.
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