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Demolition Next Door Puts Penn Museum On Shaky GroundThe museum is part of the University of Pennsylvania, which has been dismantling a nearby 850-car parking garage and 23-story medical office tower to make room for a new hospital pavilion.
Police: Two Men Pose As Utility Workers, Assault Woman In South PhiladelphiaIt happened around 8:30 a.m. Sunday in the 1100 block of Mole Street.
Drexel University Encourages Employees To Stand Up For Their HealthResearch shows that sitting at a desk all day is bad for your health. Drexel University is offering a way for full-time employees to get out of their chairs.
Analysis: Christie Faces Challenges As He Returns To Full-Time Governing In New JerseyWith Chris Christie's withdrawal from the GOP Presidential sweepstakes, he returns to his full-time job as Governor of New Jersey. But one observer of Garden State politics suggests Christie could have a harder time doing his job.
Realtors Honor High-End Realtors In Philadelphia Who Give Back Through Community Service Some of Philadelphia's premier realtors sell a lot of homes. But they also give back to charitable organizations and the communities in which they live.
Legendary Journalist Acel Moore Dies At Age 75A newspaper pioneer and advocate for journalists of color, Acel Moore, has died at the age of 75.
EXCLUSIVE: Father Of Ohio Machete Attacker Speaks With Eyewitness NewsThe father of man who stormed into an Ohio restaurant wielding a machete and randomly attacking people as they dined lives in Philadelphia.
Positively Philadelphia: Creative Energy Equals ArtSometimes it seems that Philadelphia is turning into one big art gallery.
Fight Night: Personal Attacks, Court Debate For GOP HopefulsThe debate was shaken by the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia hours before the candidates took the stage. Among the contenders, only Jeb Bush said Obama had "every right" to nominate a justice during his final year in office. The former Florida governor said the presidency must be a strong office — though he added that he didn't expect Obama to pick a candidate who could win consensus support.
Temple Law Professor Shares Unique And Personal Connection With Antonin ScaliaLaura Little is a Temple University Law professor, who specializes in Constitutional Law. She met Scalia, when she worked as a law clerk for Chief Justice Rehnquist 30 years ago.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Dead At 79Officials say he was found at a luxury resort in west Texas.
Police, Family Honor And Celebrate Life Of Fallen OfficerFrigid temperatures cut the ceremony a bit short, but officers and family members gathered for a prayer and moment of reflection in honor of Officer John Pawlowski.

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