Alleged victims are ready to settle. So why is the U.S. trustee going after this Philly financial-tech boss?

The U.S. trustee says this financial-technology executive "fraudulently transferred" funds, underreported income, and fudged facts, all to get free of repaying his creditors.

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Camden is considering limiting how long makeshift memorials can stand on public property. Few turned out Thursday for a public meeting on the topic.

Penn donor Michael Steinhardt accused of sexual harassment
An investigation found Steinhardt requested sex or sexual favors from workers who relied on or sought his financial support.

Dozens killed, scores injured in China chemical plant explosion
Thursday's blast at the Tianjiayi Chemical plant in the city of Yancheng is China's worst industrial accident in years.

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Villanova might not repeat as NCAA Tournament champions, but history against St. Mary’s doesn’t, either

St. Mary’s, always a pesky, deliberate team, bounced the Wildcats from the second round of the 2010 tournament. Villanova was a No. 2 seed that year and the loss stung for a long time.

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White ex-cop says he thought he saw a gun when he shot black teen near Pittsburgh

A white former police officer said he thought a weapon was pointed at him when he shot and killed an unarmed black teenager outside Pittsburgh last summer.

‘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. But all they have actually accomplished, defense lawyers argued in filings late Wednesday, is to outline a “normal and lawful lobbying of a City Councilmember.”

Bar worker, 58, shot dead in closing-time robbery in Germantown

Police have released a video of the suspect wanted in the shooting at the DelMar Lounge on Chelten Avenue.

Mumps outbreak at Temple prompts free vaccine clinics after 86 students sickened

The walk-in clinics will be held on Wednesday, March 27 and Friday, March 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Temple’s Mitten Hall Great Court. All Temple students, faculty, and staff can get a dose of the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine at no charge.

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Escalator etiquette: Should you stand or walk for an efficient ride?

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