Although the idea of climate change remains hugely controversial, there’s a call for those who think it is an imminent threat to head to a major march next weekend.
One of Philadelphia’s gems gets a little more brilliant today with the opening of the new $100-million research tower.
Here’s the story of one man who knows what jihadis are thinking, because he was one.
A La Salle professor and expert in violence against women says a lot of the reaction simply blames Ray Rice’s wife.
The creators of a British quiz show are out with another book of trivia they learned along the way.
Although some people seem to thrive on conflict, many of us prefer not to deal with it, and thus squander any opportunities it presents. Correcting that is where a helpful new book comes in.
A group of South Jersey lawmakers are proposing a bill to defuse a struggle over the future of some deed-restricted farms and wineries.
A Villanova law professor has won a victory for freedom of information, as a federal judge has ordered the FBI to give him files on a long-ago investigation of a celebrity.
September 1st, 2014 marks 100 years since the passenger pigeon went extinct, something thought unthinkable until it actually happened.
A memoir from a South Jersey psychologist focuses on one disease that thrives in silence.
In this age of the anything-goes internet, it may seem quaint to think of a time when someone could go to jail for publishing naughty books. But a man who actually did that helped loosen the moral strings on society.
Philadelphia residents and businesses have been helping police identify criminal suspects and even prevent crime through a surveillance camera program.
The Blue Cross River Rink is still about three months away from re-opening on the edge of the Delaware River, but for the second year it won’t be alone.
“This is a milestone moment in Atlantic City, one in which consolidation in the casino industry must make way for new opportunities,” said mayor Donald Guardian.
An expert at the New Jersey State Museum says the stone point was probably attached to the business end of a two-part paleo-Indian spear, from about 10,000 years ago.