Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Pittsburgh-based 412 Food Rescue didn’t do home food deliveries. An army of volunteers and a team of operations workers would coordinate pickups of surplus food from restaurants, grocery stores and other...
The Obama-era health care law requires employer-provided insurance plans to cover birth control, but the Trump administration finalized new rules that expand exemptions to employers based on religious or moral beliefs.
How this case is decided has the potential to damage people’s access to birth control, and it could open the door for bosses and school administrators to restrict coverage and access to other critical health care.
Dare to Imagine Church, Inc. at 6610 Anderson St. had no troubles going digital during the pandemic because it was already digital.
Roe could, instead, die the death of a thousand cuts through statutory restrictions, becoming irrelevant as a practical matter, without ever being overturned.
On Friday, the Philadelphia Ramadan and Eid Fund gave out 250 boxes of fresh produce and Halal meats to families observing Ramadan.
With schools and daycares closed of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's on all of us to make sure that our children stay safe. Here's how to help.
A woman detained by ICE was sick with COVID-19 for days before being removed from a 50-person jail dorm in York County, according to women housed with her.
They’re worried about homeless women and those who are victims of domestic violence. They’re grappling with finding new funding sources for their organizations, or dwindling resources. They’re stressed about their staff.
As we commemorate Yom Hashoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day – on Tuesday, I keep thinking about the Hebrew phrase, L’dor V’dor. In English, this phrase means “from generation to generation.”