ACA Enrollment Off To Fast Start, But Deadline LoomsIndependence Blue Cross reports that enrollment in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act marketplace is off to a record-breaking start: up 35 percent over last year.
Auditor General Rips Wording Of DNC Grant AgreementPennsylvania’s auditor general says his review of spending by the Host Committee of last year’s Democratic National Convention shows that wording of the agreement for a $10 million state grant was flawed.
Misconduct Complaints About Philly Police Now Available OnlinePhiladelphia officials have launched a new 'mode of transparency' as a way to enhance how police deal with the public.
At Least 1 Teen Arrested Following Violent Flash Mob Incidents In Center CityPolice have arrested at least two teenagers after violent flash mob incidents in Center City over the weekend.
Thousands Run Through Heavy Winds At Philadelphia MarathonIt was raining before the run kicked off at 7 a.m. along the Ben Franklin Parkway, but the sky cleared. The winds, however, kept blowing.
Flashpoint: Vote to Dissolve the SRC, Mother Shackled During Childbirth, And Thanksgiving OutreachThis week on Flashpoint: We discuss the recent vote to dissolve the School Reform Commission.
Stockton University To Host Supreme Court Justice GorsuchStockton University in Atlantic County has announced that Justice Neil Gorsuch will be speaking at a special event on campus on January 23.
New CDC Figures Show High Vaccination Rate For Philadelphia ChildrenPhiladelphia is racking up high numbers when it comes to the number of children being immunized.
New App Teaches Deaf to PrayIt's called "Religious Signs for Families" - a sign language app available for Apple and Android devices.
Appraisers Debate Most Expensive Painting Ever Sold At AuctionWhile the gasps and applause have faded on the record price paid at auction for a piece of art this past week, with the Leonardo da Vinci painting fetching $450-million, art critics and appraisers are still talking about it.
Philly Teen Claims He Was Kicked Off Basketball Team For Not Observing National AnthemThe ACLU of Kansas is investigating whether a Philadelphia teenager was kicked off his college basketball team, earlier this month, because he failed to stop warming up during the national anthem.
What Are Philly's Chances To Host Amazon Headquarters?At least a dozen publications have ranked the Amazon contenders but no two have the same list.