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Mueller report aftermath: Trump answers ‘witch hunt’ question, journalists defend their coverage

The summary of Mueller's report prompted a day of intense back-and-forth, with the White House claiming victory and Democrats questioning the impartiality of the attorney general.

Phillies opening day: Can you guess how many home runs Bryce Harper will hit?

The Inquirer is running a contest: Can you predict what will happen during Bryce Harper’s debut against the Braves?

Phillies season is about to start: Share your opening-day memories

To celebrate the return of baseball to our daily routine, we’re asking readers: What are your favorite memories of opening days past?

Mueller finishes his report: What we know and what's next

The special counsel has delivered his report to the Justice Department. So now what?

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.

For sale in South Jersey: The former home of a Titanic survivor

He survived the icy waters of the North Atlantic, wrestled his way out of a body bag after being mistaken for dead, and delivered bombshell Senate testimony. And you can buy his former home.

Woman critical after stabbing at Broad Street Line station

A person of interest in the case was taken into custody on Friday afternoon near 15th and Market Streets, police said.

Donald Trump Jr. mocks college admission scandal, despite his past at Penn

The University of Pennsylvania alumnus seemed to look past his own family’s history of perfectly legal money and connections easing the path into elite colleges.

U.S. grounds all Boeing 737 Max planes, citing similarities between 2 crashes

“Pilots have been notified, airlines have been all notified. Airlines are agreeing with this. The safety of the American people and all people is our paramount concern,” Trump said.

When it's time to change the clocks on Philly's City Hall, he's the man of the hour

“Little clocks control these giant clocks, it’s kind of cool,” says Joe Brasky a building service manager at Philadelphia City Hall.