Former Mayor Nutter Takes On New Role As Professor At ColumbiaNutter’s new role was announced by Dean Merit E. Janow.
A Look Back At Mayor Nutter's TenureIn a final interview with KYW Newsradio, the mayor recalled some of the highlights of his two terms.
Change In Nutter's Policy On Working With Federal Immigration Authorities Is OfficialThe mayor has agreed to provide release dates for offenders, under certain, narrow circumstances.
Zeoli Show Log 12.10.15Rich discussed the growing feud between Donald Trump and Mayor Nutter, the Golden Globe Awards and Don Lemon's interview with Donald Trump. Rich spoke with Dr. Mazz at 4pm during the Ask the Doctor segment. He also spoke with Greg Gutfeld about the Presidential race, Global Warming and his new book at 4:30pm. Rich spoke Prof. Ting at 5pm regarding Donald Trump's immigration plan.
Trump, Nutter War Of Words Continues After Billionaire Calls Mayor A 'Low Life'Donald Trump has responded to Mayor Nutter's comments about banning him from the city of Philadelphia and referring to him as an expletive.
Zeoli Show Log 12.09.15Rich discussed Donald Trump being compared to Adolf Hitler, Donald Trump calling Mayor Nutter a 'low life' and the hunting nun. He also discussed the latest news regarding the Benghazi emails, Barbara Walters asking Trump if he is a bigot and college students demand the renaming of a building. Rich spoke with Mark Krikorian, the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, regarding his latest article at 4pm.
Mayor Considers Adjusting Position On Immigration Enforcement, Alarming Activists"We have been advocating for changes in secure communities for five years," says deputy mayor for public safety Everett Gillison.
Philadelphia Mayor Delivers Major Education Policy SpeechMayor Nutter has proposed a timeline for abolishing the School Reform Commission by September 2018. It's part of his recommendations to the next mayor for improving Philadelphia public schools.
Fundraising At 400-Feet: The Outward Bound WayPhiladelphia's mayor was among the participants in this year's annual "Building Adventure" fundraiser for the Outward Bound program. Participants brought attention to the program by rappelling down a 31-story building.
Mayor Nutter Declares Papal Visit 'A Success'Mayor Nutter would give no crowd estimate, though other officials say it was 850,000, a bit under the million-plus once predicted, but he said that's not how to judge the success of the event anyway.
Controller, Mayor In "War of Words" Following Licenses And Inspections CriticismMayor Nutter says the department has made and continues to make reforms, since a Center City building collapse killed six people.
City Plans Events to Quell Concerns of Businesses About Papal VisitThe Nutter Administration plans a press briefing this week, as well as a sit-down with business leaders to provide some guidance.
Officials: Voting Rights Act Anniversary Wake Up Call To Boost Phila. Voter TurnoutMayor Nutter said his career in public service is due entirely to the progress that began with the 1965 passage of the Voting Rights Act.
Entrepreneurs Learn Skills From Goldman Sachs Program To Grow Small BusinessesCEO Cassandra Bailey of Slice Communications, who graduated from the intensive business education program last year, told the 20 new graduates she has hired four new people, and grew net operating revenue by 1,300% last year.
Zeoli Show Log 7.15.15Rich discussed Planned Parenthood, cats running for President and Kid Rock firing back at Al Sharpton. He also discussed forgiving Pete Rose, Bill Cosby art exhibit and whether Americans prefer vacation time or more money.