Mr. Krasner wants to include in his transition team the expertise of a polar opposite who has occupied the office that he’ll soon work from.
Bulletproof glass in corner stores sends the message that not only isn’t there like for, or trust of, the customers, but there is, in its place, fear.
It appears the movement is successful only when Meek Mill is freed, not when policies which damage communities, like cash bail, are reversed.
Mr. Kaepernick inspired millions, amplified a conversation on race, policing and free speech, and helped nudged the NFL away from its apolitical stance.
Relegating men to the audience for the #MeToo conversation is neither fair nor what the founder of the movement intended.
Mr. Vinte Clemons claims to have been threatened and harassed by women at Access Matters. He’s since made a music video about it.
Despite growing up as young black male in the “hood,” facing all the same challenges—like violence and poverty—my voice, moreover the way I talked, somehow made me less black than others.
A Philadelphia reverend who advises Meek Mill says Judge Brinkley, who the rapper found intimidating, was “kinda harsh” in her sentencing.
The Philadelphia District Attorney-elect said his campaign relied heavily on neighborhoods where politicians don’t even go to lie.
At the behest of activists, City Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr. abandoned a poverty simulator to instead see hardships up-close and personal.
The Manafort-Gates indictment is significant. But it’s Mr. Papadopoulos’ plea that could prove collusion with Russia, legal experts say.
The job of District Attorney is two-fold: prosecute the guilty and protect the innocent.
Pitying Seth Williams, a convicted criminal, sends the message that even the most horrid of victimizers deserve a space in your heart and mind.
A federal judge called the former Philadelphia District Attorney “profoundly dishonest” before sentencing him to 60 months in prison.
By engaging in a tit-for-tat with the widow of a fallen soldier, Mr. Trump is dishonoring the flag in a manner that a kneeling athlete could never.
Minister Rodney Muhammad disclosed that the $25,000 paid to him by the Mayor’s PAC is for his work to re-elect the Democrat incumbent.