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Chris discusses the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the controversial case of boobies bracelets, a bill introduced in Philadelphia City Council to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana, and John McCain’s appearance on David Letterman’s show. He talks to Rutgers Professor Dr. Rudy Bell about his objection to Condoleezza Rice delivering their commencement address and CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin about he appearance at the National Constitution Center.
Much of what we do online is free — but that comes at a cost to our privacy.
Explore Philadelphia’s history this March for Women’s History Month. Here are the top five places you should considering visiting.
Chris discusses last night’s Super Bowl, the commercials, President Obama’s interview with Bill O’Reilly and the latest news surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. He talks to John Camilleri from Harmelin Media, Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Jeffrey Rosen from the National Constitution Center.
The plan includes major Medicaid reforms designed to reduce costs to the state, including monthly premiums for adults, work-search requirements, and caps on the number of medical visits and tests that can be performed.
The hearing was originally scheduled for the morning, but interest in the hearings has been high and registration filled so quickly that the department added an afternoon session. And that filled up, too.
The mission of the Rendell Center is to promote civic education and engagement.
A reënactor dressed as Abraham Lincoln, right down to the stovepipe hat, addressed a small crowd of students and tourists from the steps of the Constitution Center’s cavernous lobby.
Chris reviews yesterday’s congressional hearing on the rollout of healthcare.gov and media reports on Obamacare, Benghazi, and NSA spying. He talks to Comedian Colin Quinn, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Dave Rowan from the Philadelphia Union.
Forty-seven applicants from 32 countries across the globe raised their hands and recited in unison their allegiance to a new land.
Tom Kelly calls it “the picture that defines me.”
With one click, these images tell the stories of survival, hunger, death, grief, victory, love, war and the raw humanity behind it all.
Chris continues to delve into all the details of the ongoing government shutdown. He talks to Senator Pat Toomey, Vietnam Veteran Claire Book, and Dr. Betsy McCaughey about Obamacare.
Tourists on the historical circuit were finding slim pickings today, with the major sites closed for the government funding crisis.
Chris covers every detail of the government shutdown brought on by the fight over Obamacare and how it affects you. He also talks to Jeff Rosen from the National Constitution Center to preview tomorrow’s Cocktails and the Constitution.