Americans from both sides of the political spectrum have to stop letting the narcissists control the narrative.
When and where officers can search a citizen’s underwear, was debated outside Philadelphia Police Department’s headquarters.
Philadelphia’s Mayor, the son a former firefighter, and the Fire Commissioner describe moral after fatal blazes while urging prevention.
Al Franken talked to correspondent Chip Reid about the function of humor in the serious business of Congress
Philadelphia’s Mayor has a great goal of eliminating racist policing, but he appears to not have explained it to rookie police officers.
“What I’m fighting for is for government to be boring again.”
Yes, it’s probable, and no, it shouldn’t be a big deal.
The Director of the Philadelphia Veterans Advisory Commission was fired – sources say due to theft – and the government is tight-lipped.
Embed from Getty Images—Boasting regularly of his own “self-perceived” impeccable leadership qualifications at various campaign rallies while still a candidate for President — amidst his name-calling, taunting and the belittling of many people he hoped to govern — one has to wonder what President Donald J. Trump truly meant when he delivered ad nauseam his…
We, white people, have got to speak up. We can’t sit here and pretend these things are not happening, said a Philadelphia professor.
He was tired of being the ignored activist in Sarasota. So, he did this instead.
Do something about it this very minute, if you haven’t done so already.
A coalition demands the CEO of a Philadelphia-based Latino organization resigns after appearing at a Trump rally.
Ever wanted to squash something in a politician’s face? So has Sherri Rosen.
Your decision to put the phone down can save a life, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, on the issue of distracted driving, said.
“If people have a problem with that, I would say, It’s 2017 let’s get on with it, and let’s talk about policy.”