By Kristen de Groot, Associated Press
The CEO of Starbucks arrived in Philadelphia hoping to meet with two black men who were arrested when the coffee chain's employees called 911 and said they were trespassing. Meanwhile, protesters took over the shop Monday.
By Kamala Kelkar
A lengthy apology from Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson on Saturday night to two black men who were arrested at a Philadelphia store last week for alleged trespassing is getting push back for not holding the employee who called 911 more…
By Larisa Epatko
Parents and teachers are committed to the same goal of helping a child become a successful reader, but the classroom isn’t structured in a way where a child gets consistent individual attention. That’s where a parent can step in.
By PBS NewsHour
After performing with a world-renowned orchestra, Stanford Thompson returned to Philadelphia to start Play on, Philly!, a free, afterschool music program for young children in under-resourced neighborhoods that helps them go back into the classroom and become better learners. Thompson…
The Philadelphia Eagles won their first Super Bowl championship Sunday, defeating the favored New England Patriots 41-33. Philadelphia fans took to the streets in celebration, climbing light poles and jumping off awnings. Bob Ford, columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer talks…
From Benjamin Franklin to Rocky Balboa, Philadelphia is a city rich in public art and monuments. As the nation debates the meaning and fate of Confederate statues, the city is also questioning who should be honored and memorialized. Jeffrey Brown…
By Associated Press
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday will visit Philadelphia, which has said its local law enforcement will not act as immigration agents — a stance Sessions has challenged as unconstitutional.
By Elizabeth Flock
Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme, best known for "The Silence of the Lambs," "Philadelphia," and "Stop Making Sense," has died at 73.
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
Theresa May will address Republican lawmakers a day ahead of her Friday meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House.
In our news wrap Monday, Kurdish-led forces pressed toward the Islamic State’s de facto capital Raqqa after announcing the offensive Sunday. Also, the Justice Department announced it is sending 500 staffers to 28 states to watch for civil rights violations…
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