At the Women's March in Philadelphia, anger was critical.
You don't have the innate stores of rage within you to insult us, Minnesota. People here have been marinating in shame and anger for decades over the Eagles. Gentle gibes in your newspaper won't pierce.
Now that we're on the cusp of (please, God, PLEASE) the Eagles going to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2004, it's time for a final, big-gun argument: Shame.
Rob Lucas, the third generation of his family to run Donkey's Place in Camden, says business is rising along with the city's fortunes.
"When people hear 'black' they see men," Nelson said. "When they hear 'women' they see white women. No one sees black women." I'd go a step further and say many people don't see or hear women of color, period.
Big Pharma should pay. For the ambulances, the Narcan, the outreach workers, the treatment options. For the funerals. For all of it. It's a cold calculus, of course: there's no recouping a human life.
The drama over former Camden Mayor Dana Redd's political career is a window inside the limousine that is the Democratic party under George E. Norcross III
A 6-year-old boy wants to stop the gun violence. He doesn't know how, but he knows one thing for sure. He can't do it alone.
They wondered if their own librarians might be facing the same problem with heroin overdoses - if it was happening in Philly, it might be happening in Orange County, N.Y.
Families of homicide victims are furious over District Attorney Larry Krasner cutting prosecutors while many of them await the trials against the men accused of killing their loved ones.
A year ago, if you'd talked to Police Commissioner Richard Ross about safe-injection sites, he would have told you he was "completely incredulous."
But it's essential, he told me Tuesday, to evaluate a situation and evolve.
As 2018 begins, it seems like many things old are new again in New Jersey
Over the last two weeks, the woman who took three decades to come inside, has convinced 45 people to follow her in out of the cold.