NAACP Lifts Economic Boycott On South CarolinaFor 15 years, the NAACP boycotted the state of South Carolina. The organization imposed an economic boycott of the state because of its insistence in flying the Confederate flag on the grounds of its state capitol.
Obama Taps Philly's Top Cop To Lead National Police Task ForcePresident Barrack Obama is calling on Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey to lead a national task force, which has the mission to come up with ideas on better policing.
Corbett Gets Campaign Help From Christie In Effort To Gain VotesNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie is trying to help out Pennsylvania's embattled incumbent, Tom Corbett, as he seeks re-election. Christie is campaigning with Corbett today in the Philadelphia suburbs.
Top Liberian Official Tells City Council Air Travel Ban Would Only Make Ebola Crisis WorseCity Council members heard from Gurly Gibson, an official at the Embassy of Liberia in Washington, D.C. She said her country's situation is dire and that officials believe a halt to air travel would would be "a death sentence."
Advocates Warn Local Immigrants To Beware Of Notario FraudImmigration advocates are warning about a new tactic being used by con men who prey on people seeking citizenship.
South Jersey Councilman Not Abandoning Idea Of Attaching President Obama's Name To Public BuildingThe Willingboro Township, New Jersey councilman who stirred community controversy with an attempt to rename the former JFK High School in honor of President Barrack Obama says he hasn't given up on the idea of recognizing the sitting president.
Presidential Emergency Board Schedules Hearings In SEPTA Labor DisputeSEPTA announced Sunday that hearings on the labor dispute will take place next week before an emergency board, established by President Barrack Obama.
SEPTA Riders Relieved Rail Strike Is OverRiders who rely on the regional rails for their commute were breathing a sigh of relief Sunday after federal intervention forced the end of a short-lived SEPTA strike.
U.S. Supreme Court Set To Rule On Health Care Law This is a very big week for President Barrack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney with a major decision expected as early as Monday from the United States Supreme Court on the big health care law.
GOP Race For Presidential Nomination Far From DecidedSuper Tuesday is now "hopeful Wednesday" for the four Republicans who want to be President.
West Philadelphia High Student Is Invited Dignitary For State Of The Union AddressA West Philadelphia High School student was denied entry to the White House on his first invitation, now he'll be a dignitary for the State of the Union Address.