After fiery testimony from citizens, the Philadelphia City Council unanimously passed a resolution that will permit hearings examining the findings of the Plain View Project.
72 Philadelphia police officers have been taken off the street due their apparent vitriolic language on Facebook. An Internal Affairs investigation is on-going.
More often than not, black and brown men and boys suffer the presumption of guilt, and their innocence is farfetched.
Dustin Runnels retires the Goldust character, an intentionally androgynous gimmick that was incongruous to the WWF’s hyper-masculine mid-90s roster.
Mr. Andrew Yang warns of a second Industrial Revolution, one that threatens the livelihood of retail and fast-food workers, among others.
Mr. Cooke’s spot in Black history is well-deserved, even if his contributions to it have been relatively unknown or forgotten.
The blackface scandals dominating headlines provide an opportunity to talk about yesteryear’s infatuation with the art-form and how it socialized Americans.
Coming to America was the greatest. Its unnecessary successor could only hope to be good.
Mr. Woodward’s new book details a chaotic White House which has jeopardized the country. While in Philadelphia to promote it, the author called on Republicans to “find their conscious.”
‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ is as much a love story as it is a tale of what’s not to love about America.
As the homicide rate climbs, a new report found that Philadelphia is unlikely to serve youth who are at the highest risk of killing someone or being killed.
The New York City Council Speaker’s strong condemnation of the NYPD’s brutal arrest of a mother should serve as an example to Philly lawmakers, who maintain an indifference to policing matters.
Here’s why Republicans voted no.
The mayor’s goal to eliminate the policy’s targeting of minorities, which results in jarring racial disparities, remains unrealized.
On his death bed in 1998, wunderkind Mr. Edward Leon Evans asked his friends to promise they’ll keep his legacy alive. They’ve kept their word.
“If George Bush can be awarded, so can our current president. He is responsible as much as the people in this tent for endless war.”