Philly Police, FOP Collect Old Cell Phones For Victims Of Domestic AbuseThe Philadelphia Police Department and the Fraternal Order of Police are spearheading a drive to collect old cell phones to help victims of domestic violence.
Today Is Deadline To File Challenge To PA Election ResultsJill Stein can't actually contest the results herself.
Conference In Philly Weighs Treatments For COPDResearchers and medical professionals from across the globe are gathered in Philadelphia for a conference to review the latest therapies for treating the debilitating lung disease, COPD.
Philadelphia's Archbishop Vying For Another Shot As VP Of American Bishops ConferenceThree years ago, he just missed being elected vice president of the group.
Bucks County Conference Tackles The Myths And Facts About HIVSharita Flaherty says one of the critical steps in fighting the disease is for sexually-active people to get tested.
New Cardinal Close By, But Still No Red Hat For Philly ArchbishopThe appointment of a new leader for the nearby Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey is causing some ripples in church politics as far south as Philadelphia.
What Does Trump Victory, US Senate Staying In Republican Hands Mean For Supreme Court?A Temple University law scholar says not much may change right away.
PAC Reaches Out To Amish To VoteAn unusual get-out-the-vote effort is under way in Pennsylvania today.
Archdiocese Of Philadelphia To Mark End Of 'Year Of Mercy'The Archdiocese of Philadelphia this weekend will bring to an end a year-long observance that had its roots with Pope Francis.
Another Frustrating Evening Commute As SEPTA Strike ContinuesOn Day 2 of the SEPTA strike, the lines were long at regional rail stations and commuters were frustrated by what some called organized chaos.
Vatican Issues New Guidelines On Cremation PracticesWhile the Catholic Church prefers burial of the dead, it has come to an acceptance of cremation.
Toomey, McGinty Return To Debate Stage For Final ShowdownIt's expected the state of the presidential race will figure prominently in some of the discussion.