Friday, August 29, 2014
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A man is recovering after being shot six times Friday afternoon in the Mill Creek section of West Philadelphia.
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Police are trying to identify a woman who died after witnesses said she was struck by three cars on North Broad Street early Friday morning.
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Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s adviser on constitutional literacy, examines two constitutional provisions at the heart of a...
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Some of New Jersey's top Democrats on Friday warned of an assault on organized labor across the country, even as the movement has gained considerable clout in Trenton.
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The fallout of the Philadelphia School District’s dismal financial situation continues: 17 central-office employees who provide support to schools...
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The law firm hired by the Christie administration to investigate last year's George Washington Bridge lane closures has billed the state more than $7.2 million through July, invoices released late Friday show.
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A Princeton University employee says he’s been given an ultimatum: Give up his medication or watch his job go up in smoke. Don DeZarn, a soft-spoken...
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Delaware State Police have arrested a registered sex offender for allegedly sexually abusing a 3-year-old girl while she was in his care.
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A squawking, swearing macaw, an anonymous tip based on an overheard conversation, flashes of memory from a traumatized 5-year-old girl.
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A man has been indicted in the death of a woman whose body was found in a wooded part of Burlington County last year. A grand jury indicted 37-year-old...
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An early-morning fire damaged a South Philadelphia neighborhood bar. The blaze at Teri's, located at 1126 S. 9th St. near the Italian Market, broke...
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Two masked gunmen made away with $70,000 worth of cell phones during the robbery of a Mount Laurel Verizon Wireless store, police announced Friday.
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A former supermarket employee was arrested in Radnor Township Friday for allegedly "upskirting" - using a cell phone to surreptitiously video unsuspecting women - in another grocery store.
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ATLANTIC CITY - As his city faced the first of casino layoffs expected to number in the thousands this weekend, Mayor Don Guardian put the best spin he could muster Friday on the dire circumstances.
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Two Philadelphia men have been arrested for allegedly viewing and distributing child pornography. The state Attorney General's Office said the arrests...
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Six New Jersey counties are among the most prone to natural disasters in the nation, with Ocean County topping the list, according to a new analysis...