Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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The Delaware River Port Authority postponed action Wednesday on a measure that would have allowed commissioners and staffers subpoenaed by a federal grand jury to choose their own lawyers.
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The word is out: The Jersey guys didn't take the cake, but they did the Garden State and themselves proud.
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The NFC East clearly is the dominant division, financially, in the NFL.
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Lawyers for two men charged with murder in last summer's fatal Center City building collapse urged a Philadelphia judge Wednesday to schedule an expedited trial and filed a list of more than 50 potential defense witnesses - including Mayor Nutter and several key aides.
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A fail-safe system on the Gulfstream jet that crashed in May, killing businessman Lewis Katz and six others, may have been overridden because the pilots did not follow proper takeoff procedures, Gulfstream has suggested in a letter to pilots and owners of its jets.
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ALLEGED RINGLEADER ex-narcotics cop Thomas Liciardello should stay in prison, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
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Another Main Line drug ring defendant pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court as part of a deal with prosecutors.
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Philadelphia's 95-year ban on political contributions by police officers has been overturned by a federal appeals court which found that the prohibition violated the officers' first amendment rights.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama sent U.S. troops to Syria earlier this summer to rescue a number of Americans held by a violent extremist group, including slain journalist James Foley, but did not find the hostages, senior Obama administration officials said Wednesday.
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Two hours before free ticket distribution started for tonight's Taney game against Las Vegas, a line stretched around the stadium, at least 2,000 people long.
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A Burlington County man who has repeatedly stolen from South Jersey Wawa stores was apprehended for his most recent attempt when store employees overpowered...