Biden’s fossil fuel flip-flop may have saved him, but fellow Democrats took the brunt of energy voters’ ire.
By Kevin Mooney
Albert Eisenberg and Spencer Landis: ‘There is no specific single number’ — Philly officials cagey on metrics to ease Covid business lockdowns
Citing “worldwide best practice,” Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has locked down indoor dining, gyms, youth sports and more across Philly, but will not share the specific Covid case rate needed for the city to reopen.
By Albert Eisenberg and Spencer Landis
Spencer Landis: Mayor’s last meal? Jim Kenney spotted dining in amidst announcement of total indoor dining lockdown
Mayor Jim Kenney was spotted over the weekend eating indoors while simultaneously announcing new Covid-19 lockdowns. But if dining indoors is so dangerous that it must be forbidden, was this a safe move?
By Spencer Landis
Jenny DeHuff: Protesters’ suit against city brings more headaches for already troubled administration
Seismic shifts in our city’s government, procedures and citizens lie ahead as Kenney’s number two steps down.
By Jenny DeHuff
Suburban police are watching warily as crime spikes in Philadelphia — and expect it to ripple out into their jurisdictions as well.
By Todd Shepherd
While most of City Council stays silent as law enforcement are vilified — and signs off on bills to prevent police funding increases — the vast majority of members are receiving private police protection.
By Todd Shepherd
As regular Philadelphians face down the impossible decisions that come with a societal freefall, why are some city employees getting paid time-and-a-half to work from home — on the taxpayer’s dime?
Jenny DeHuff: Should tech school grads get hiring preference for city jobs like vets do? Council weighs the question
City Council faces a question that many local governments are grappling with: Expand a benefit to help a new group of people and risk watering it down, or preserve the present system that help veterans and first responders exclusively?
Terry Tracy: Abington Township School Board member accuses police officers of shooting students in schools
Abington Township’s school board has a chance to show the rest of the country how to have a thoughtful discussion about a hugely controversial topic.
By Terry Tracy