“Right now, we’ll wait to see what a judge tells us to do, and not be coerced or intimidated by the federal government.”
After being confined to a church for eleven months, Mr. Javier Flores Garcia, an undocumented immigrant and father, goes home unafraid.
Acknowledging the true meaning behind Mr. Colin Kaepernick’s protest would force upon the president a debate which he’s ill-equipped for.
The former NFL star who was accused and acquitted of killing his wife and her friend, is replaced as the lead story by Vegas shooting.
In response to Amtrak breaking the law by not renaming its Philadelphia station after a black man, the NAACP will call for a boycott.
The president doesn’t understand patriotism. If he did, he would be outraged at Russia.
At the unveiling of the Octavius Catto memorial, Philadelphia’s sheriff and others cried tears of joy, while the elated mayor held his back.
The new Octavius V. Catto statue proves that heroes are often the ones who bridge sports and politics in the name of social change.
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.
Amid protests, the long-neglected Philadelphia Police Advisory Commission becomes a focal point for at least two councilmen.
Philadelphia City Council Pres. said Mr. Carnell Williams-Carney was the most effective speaker at the governing body’s first session of the fall.
Mr. Larry Krasner comes out in favor of victims’ advocates and supervised injection sites for citizens addicted to opioids.
A source within the FOP said the union’s president is under intense pressure from voices within the organization to issue an apology.
Philadelphia isn’t short on policing issues. Yet, the responses to them from the police oversight board range from lackluster to nonexistent.
Officer Ryan Pownall, who pursued and later killed a dirt-biker while transporting civilians, is suspended for thirty-days with intent to dismiss.
Six Black members of the Philadelphia Police Department’s Narcotics division retain a civil rights lawyer and allege a hostile work environment.