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A new car offers relief from speeding tickets by paying attention to speed limit signs when the driver might not be.
If you own a dog in Philadelphia, it is required that you pay $16 a year for a license. But not everyone is complying.
Two police officers lay dead outside and a third would die of his wounds, fired from an assault rifle. The tragedy raised issues that are still being debated today.
(Jay Lloyd is hard at work here, scouting for bargains in Cuban cigars and rum from the British Virgin Islands.)
Earning a medical degree is one way to be a doctor, but online it’s the only way — that is if an Internet regulator gets its way.
A new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows support for Governor Wolf’s proposal to restructure the state’s taxes.
Director Tim Johnson aims this one primarily at young children, keeping the peril from being intense, and including plenty of gentle humor, genial slapstick, and heartfelt emotion.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on a new Korean BBQ restaurant in Chinatown, a new cheesesteak shop in Fishtown, and a food truck festival coming to Lincoln Financial Field.
The 67th annual Delaware Valley Science Fairs takes place next week at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.
“Get Hard” tries so hard to push the political-incorrectness envelope that it becomes more offensive than funny far too often.
The social networking giant has announced Messenger is becoming a massive communications hub where users will be able to do much more than chat with others.
We remain very much aware that there’s a puppet master putting these characters through their sometimes arbitrary paces.
Lower Merion Township officials are embroiled in a legal battle with a pro-gun rights group.
A Philadelphia taxi co-op has taken a major step forward in the six-year battle to become the first recognized and approved by the Philadelphia Parking Authority.
Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia is expected to draw millions of people to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in September.