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A European version of the “morning-after pill” that is identical in formula to Plan B One-Step in the U.S. will update its packaging to show that it is not effective in women over 176 pounds.
The Defense Logistics Agency, based in Northeast Philadelphia, makes all the arrangements to get a Thanksgiving feast into Afghanistan in time for the troops to enjoy a taste of home on the holiday.
A new travel survey released by AAA suggests that the fragile economy may be keeping some people closer to home.
As you might imagine, there are a couple of catches.
The walkers, accompanied by well-wishers, set off from Camden for stops in Trenton and Freehold.
Nutter was invited by Biden to look at the expansion of the canal, a project that could prove a boost to the Port of Philadelphia.
The controversy over the Washington Redskins’ team name hits the radio airwaves in Philadelphia this weekend.
An arbitrator has concluded that Starbucks must pay $2.76 billion to settle a dispute with Kraft over coffee distribution.
Even though no one has officially declared his or her candidacy, pollsters are still posing the question.
Since opening up a 24-hour call center in Philadelphia to help people looking for friends and family in the Philippines on Saturday, the local chapter of the Red Cross says more than 300 calls have come in.
Many of the tens of thousands of Filipino-Americans in our area are hoping for the best and bracing for the worst as they wait to hear from family members affected by Typhoon Haiyan. now tearing through the Pacific nation.
Eric Holder was in Philadelphia to look at the federal Re-Entry Court, a locally developed program that gives felons a chance to shave time off their parole by taking part in productive activities.
About 300 US Airways passengers complained that they were left unattended in the terminals for long periods of time or missed connecting flights when assistance was needed to get from one gate to another.
The federal “SNAP” program (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) is getting less money because a temporary increase in funding, part of the 2009 stimulus plan, is expiring.