Get ready for more talk about whether the statue stays or goes. The final decision, according to the mayor, will rest with the commission after it holds hearings.
His arrival just before 9:30 a.m. set off a day in which U.S. District Judge William H. Walls, prosecutors, and Menendez's defense team continued to winnow a pool of about 200 prospective jurors.
Wolf calls on House Republicans to "get their act together."
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?
A constitutional convention for Pennsylvania could be messy, overly political, and bring out divisions on the left and the right. But that is called democracy.
Since 2013, the city has "reserved" land for 44 potential projects, many intended for affordable housing. And the number is growing, in a process that occurs largely behind closed doors.
"We have never seen so many incidents," said Rue Landau, executive director of the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations.
Mnuchin's wife boasted of flying on a government plane with her husband to Kentucky and then named the fashion brands she wore on the trip in an unusual social media post.
But a new Washington Post-ABC News survey shows little change in the president's overall rating.
Interviews with more than a dozen senior administration officials and outside allies detail Trump's deliberations in recent weeks, and how a president obsessed with winning has now settled on simply trying not to lose.
America's longest war has become a symbol for wartime graft and corruption in one of the world's least governable countries rocked by conflict for decades.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is vowing to win what has seemed to be an unwinnable war.
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.
This story was originally published on March 2, 1992. It was reposted as debate ensued over whether Frank L. Rizzo's Center City statue should be changed or removed.