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Miller: Bernie Sanders Taps In To The Left's Discontent With Hillary ClintonStephen Miller attempts to explain the cultural and media phenomenon of the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Author: Founding Fathers Would Support TrumpBrion McClanahan, author of 9 Presidents Who Screwed Up America, voices his support for Donald Trump and thinks he will stop the slide of executive overreach.
Positively Philadelphia: Exhibit Looks At Women And Work Back In The DayPeople complain about doing laundry all the time, but a new exhibit at the Betsy Ross House will put it in perspective.
Chamber Orchestra Of Philadelphia Presents 'Arnold Concerto With Edward Schultz'Principal flutist Edward Schultz gives a preview.
Wall Street Payments To Hillary Clinton Create Perception Of ImproprietyEconomist Chris Butler agrees with Bernie Sanders that the fees paid to Hillary Clinton by Goldman Sachs do look improper.
What’s Cooking on 1060: 'Snap Kitchen' Opens In PhillyA handful of so-called healthy meal convenience stores are opening this month in Philadelphia -- and the Snap Kitchen concept is making its way to the East Coast from Austin, Texas.
Positively Philadelphia: Changes Coming To Center City TheaterThe Wilma Theater, along the Avenue of the Arts South, is gearing up for some big projects.
Pennsylvania Ballet Presents "Strength & Longing"Angel Corella, artistic director of Pennsylvania Ballet, explains what you will see with this show.
Congressman Demands Answers About Temporary Housing Of Undocumented Children In NE PhillyCongressman Brendan Boyle confirmed a site in Northeast Philadelphia is being considered as a place to house child migrants detained at the Mexican border.
Experts Differ On Republican Debate In IowaExperts and pundits react to the last Republican debate in Iowa with Chris Stigall
What's Cooking On 1060: Classic Philly PretzelIn this week's edition of What's Cooking in 1060, KYW's Hadas Kuznits visited The Philly Pretzel Factory on West Passyunk Avenue to learn how this city's classic snack is made.
Crossing Guard Says She Was Suspended For Texting Mayor About Snow RemovalA crossing guard in South Jersey says she was suspended for two days without pay for texting the Mayor Monday morning to ask for assistance in removing snow from the crosswalks at a local school.

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