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Published: Fri, 20 Apr 2018 20:03:57 GMT


Honors, finally, for a Tuskegee Airman from Philly, lynched by the Nazis | Mike Newall
In a war that shaped the American consciousness, there are still shamefully forgotten horrors. And murder of Walter P. Manning particularly chilling because it drew on the sins of our own past.

Abbie Newman and Beth Sturman want to rescue Pa. kids from domestic violence. Let's hope they find a way | Maria Panaritis
A potentially staggering number of children are witnesses to domestic violence. Let's hope this suburban Philadelphia group can find ways to those kids - and help save them.

Mayor Kenney never should have met with Meek Mill | Ronnie Polaneczky
If any other mayor had done what Kenney did, Jimmy from the Block would've called bull**it.

It's ludicrous that Camden doesn't have a needle exchange | Mike Newall
Any politician or city leader that bows to the stigma surrounding needle exchanges is only adding to the crisis - adding to the dead.

James Comey doesn't know if he swayed the election. A Pence rally for Trump in Bucks County shows he did | Maria Panaritis
Former FBI director James Comey recently called President Trump a liar. Comey could do more to accept his own role in helping Trump become president. Maybe this trip through Bucks County, Pa., before Election Day 2016, can do the trick.

Ob-gyn's dollhouse hobby goes viral, attracts the attention of HGTV's Chip and Joanna Gaines | Jenice Armstrong
When I heard about Dr. Kwandaa Roberts' new hobby, I was fascinated. Who is this DIY "it girl" who's also a medical doctor? And why were people so keen on following her on social media?

Starbucks, fire the employee who called the police on black men | Jenice Armstrong
Apologies aren't enough. Starbucks needs to make this right and do it quickly.

I'll be traveling to Moscow as tensions with Russia over Syria heat up | Trudy Rubin
I am going to Moscow to learn more about Russian cybertrolling, its goals in Syria, and the impact of U.S. sanctions, - and whether we have entered a new Cold War.

Touring the Revolution Museum with its biggest fan: 7-year-old Oliver | Mike Newall
Even with all its laurels a year into operation, the Museum of the American Revolutions yardstick of success seems to be the approval of a seven-year-old from Delaware named Oliver.

Penn students come to aid of food worker's son shot a day after Parkland | Helen Ubiñas
Since the beginning of the year, there have been about 300 shootings in Philly. Many victims, like Harris, survive but face a long, painful and expensive road they mostly navigate on their own and in the shadows.