Report indicates financial woes at former Franklin Mills mall

The $278.2 million mortgage backed by what’s now known as Philadelphia Mills has been assigned to a company that manages troubled commercial mortgages.

Did ‘artificial intelligence’ spot petition fakes in City Council races? A judge will make the call.
Devon Cade, a Democratic candidate for City Council at-large, claims A.I. helped craft his challenges to 30 primary competitors.

The UFO community still believes — and science is starting to listen
Scientists, politicians, and professionals have increasingly been willing to touch the taboo subject of UFOs.

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Penn donor, billionaire Michael Steinhardt accused of sexual harassment

A New York Times and ProPublica investigation found that Steinhardt repeatedly requested sex or sexual favors from female workers who were relying on or seeking his financial support.

The fate of Camden’s memorials still uncertain

Camden is considering a limit on how long makeshift memorials can stand on public property.

Gov. Tom Wolf’s plan to eliminate lead from Philadelphia schools faces opposition

Wolf's $100M plan would be funded by a tax on natural gas extraction. An industry executive and two Republican spokespeople spoke out against the tax.

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Alleged victims are ready to settle. Then why’s U.S. Trustee going after this Philly fin-tech boss?

The U.S. Trustee says this fintech boss "fraudulently transferred" funds, under-reported income and fudged facts, all to get free of repaying his creditors.

‘Johnny Doc’ blasts case against him and Councilman Henon in bid to have corruption charges thrown out

Prosecutors claim to have exposed a corrupt relationship between the two men. Defense lawyers argued the case merely outlines a “normal and lawful lobbying of a City Councilmember.”

Carter Hart, James van Riemsdyk keep Flyers’ slim playoff hopes alive

Hart stopped 40 of 41 shots to gain his 15th win of the season, and more importantly, to keep his team dreaming of a playoff berth.

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The Bookbinders and the Hindenburg: A mystery of history

An 80-year-old pocket watch connects the Hindenburg disaster to the Bookbinder clan, which was broken apart by intolerance
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Criticism of McCain is message to Trump’s base, allies say
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Residents fret about chemical plant fire, despite assurances
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