The William Penn Annex Post Office had been the city's last remaining publicly accessible grand postal hall.
Thousands of counter-protesters crammed Boston Common and marched through city streets on Saturday morning in efforts to drown out the planned "free speech" rally that many feared would be attended by white supremacist groups.
HELSINKI (AP) - A suspect detained for allegedly stabbing two people to death in a knife attack in the western Finnish city of Turku is being investigated for murder with possible terrorist intent, police said Saturday.
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Duke University removed a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee early Saturday, days after it was vandalized amid a national debate about monuments to the Confederacy.
"The Trump presidency that we fought for, and won, is over," the former White House chief strategist told the Weekly Standard.
WASHINGTON (AP) - In a break with tradition, President Trump and the first lady have decided not to participate in events honoring recipients of this year's Kennedy Center arts awards to "allow the honorees to celebrate without any political distraction," the White House announced Saturday.
Even before the tiki-torch marches in Charlottesville, the violence, and the president's equivocal blame-laying, preaching in the Age of Trump has been fraught territory for faith leaders nationwide, many of whom confront congregations painfully divided by politics,
Vandals have struck again amid calls to remove memorials to the former police commissioner and mayor.
Tanya Muskelley, 48, was sentenced in a May 3, 2012, crash that killed 20-year-old Brittney Dixon as she crossed Roosevelt Boulevard at Cottman Avenue.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A Los Angeles judge on Friday denied the impassioned plea of Roman Polanski's victim to end a four-decade-old sexual assault case against the fugitive director.
The video is the latest barb in a long-standing feud between the two.
Retail headwinds are forcing vacancies along Walnut and Chestnut Streets in Center City - something not seen in a long time.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The mayor of Charlottesville on Friday called for an emergency meeting of state lawmakers to confirm the city's right to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, a request that was swiftly rejected by the state's governor.
Members of the President's Commission on Arts and the Humanities cite the president's recent words and actions in response to violence in Charlottesville.