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It’s another accolade for the City of Brotherly Love!
Monday morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Chris Stigall objected to some major metropolitan newspapers not covering Easter on their front pages yesterday.
Despite the Safe Drinking Water Act, you and your family may be drinking dirty water.
Teachers and academics would like to see books about children of all origins. An article in The New York Times points out, however, that the absence of Hispanic children in books is troubling.
James M. Naughton, a former reporter for The New York Times and executive editor for The Philadelphia Inquirer, has died after a battle with cancer, his wife said. He was 73.
Have you heard yoga can be dangerous? It’s a intense debate raging nationwide. 3 On Your Side Eyewitness News anchor Erika von Tiehl examines the controversy.
Many Apple products, including iPads and iPhones are manufactured overseas where workers must endure low wages and hazardous conditions. But the question is, do American consumers care?
Sesame Street in a series of videos entitled For Me, For You, For Later, is teaching the principles of spending, saving and sharing.
Bob Herbert, in The New York Times reminds us a half century after the Brown v. Board of Education school desegregation ruling that “Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal.”
Consumersearch.com is a comparison site that compares reviews from other consumer sites.
“Daddy and Me” is a literacy course in which eight prisoners record books for the kids they left behind. The program is inexpensive and deserves to be replicated.