Faceoff: Which state is more corrupt?
Pennsylvania and New Jersey are both well-known for having long histories of political corruption. But which state is worse? Inquirer columnist Dave Boyer and Daily News columnist Christine Flowers debate the question on this week's show.
Letters to the Editor
ISSUE | MUSIC IN SCHOOLS Joyful sounds Nearly two years ago, I urged the School Reform Commission to save the in-school music program ("A rousing send-off," March 3). On Monday, hundreds of student musicians spoke in a powerful voice in their Kimmel Center performance about the value of music education.
IF ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu really didn't want his speech on Tuesday to look political, he chose a strange place to deliver it: the U.S. House of Representatives, one of the most politicized places on Earth.