Which members of Congress made it to Lancaster remains a mystery, but enough did to constitute a quorum.
Martin Strones, a captain during the 1968 attack, said the plan was the only option he had. Perhaps insane, perhaps brilliant - either way, it worked.
It's not technically a soft drink, and it's hard to find outside a handful of towns in Burlington County. But it's a staple of the South Jersey river communities.
In William Fry's eyes, a nation could self-actualize by developing distinctly original music, thereby staking out its own cultural space on the global stage.
In the final episode of "American Ripper" on the History Channel, viewers finally learned whether 19th-century serial killer H.H. Holmes was really buried here.
George Washington and black Revolutionary War soldier Ned Hector will come back to life at Chadds Ford Days, a festival of reenactors, food, crafts, beer, and live music that honors the Battle of Brandywine.
"It's a shame you can't buy something for your child, without worrying if he'll be safe to wear it."
"If you're not doing race work, as educators, you're not doing the work," said the keynote speaker at the teacher-development workshop.
An expert on British royals says Diana wasn't actually a fan, she just liked the colors and the look. We say nonsense, Lady Di was one of us.
In the debate over Rizzo's statue, Philadelphia grapples anew with tough questions. Was he a jackbooted tyrant, or a blue-collar hero who maintained order and looked out for the little guy?
My grandfather Dr. John A. Nark had the nickname "Jawn" when he went to college and medical school at St. Joseph's College in Philadelphia.
A primer on the life and career of the "Cop Who Would Be King" of Philadelphia, including his famous "crumb bum" video, the nightstick-in-the-cummerbund and his multiple attempts to regain the mayor's office.
The last time this region was graced with this major astronomical event, Philadelphia didn't even exist.
New Jersey's nickname sprouted, it seems, from a bed of deception.