Records show arrestees for numerous felonies while on bail, parole, or probation for other crimes.
By A. Benjamin Mannes
The City plans to use federal money “to expand the City’s focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion,” a report says.
By Seth Higgins
Opponents say the presentation distributed by the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators urges administrators to lie to parents.
By Linda Stein
As the Inflation Reduction Act goes from the U.S. Senate to the House, Pennsylvania’s senators disagree on the bill’s consequences.
By Anthony Hennen
Don’t call it an “early voting center” — how Philly election officials changed their verbiage on 2020 voting sites in court
Internal emails obtained by Broad + Liberty suggest that city officials knew full well they were creating “early voting centers”… but they had to call them “board offices” to slip by the courts.
By Todd Shepherd
“And now art thou cursed from the earth, which hath opened her mouth to receive thy brother’s blood from thy hand” Genesis 4:11-16
By R. Seth Williams