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"Everyone has a story to tell," an organizer said, "Hearing each others stories bring us together as a community."
In response to last year’s Tree of Life shooting, Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday signed into law a $5 million program that provides grants to beef up security at nonprofits, such as houses of...
By Dawn Holden WoodsFor the fourth time in the past three years, millions of vulnerable children and families who rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps, are being...
It is clear to me that the teachers and counselors I train need additional guidance to fully support their LGBTQ students.
By John N. MitchellPHILADELPHIA -- Mayor Jim Kenney announced plans on Wednesday for the transfer of more than $5 million to assist in a pair of plans aimed at staving off gun violence and...
Controversial victims’ rights amendment Marsy’s Law wins majority support; still faces court challenge
The amendment expanding rights for crime victims still faces a constitutional challenge that could end up before the Pa. Supreme Court
Pennsylvania voters can cast their ballots Tuesday — but when it comes to one controversial ballot measure, the state won’t be a-counting.
Richard Burr wants to tax student-athletes who are pumping billions of dollars into university coffers.
The domestic workers — many of whom are undocumented women of color earning an average annual wage of $10,000 — have been fighting for a bill of rights for more than a year.