Some strong Black women, particularly those who are entrepreneurs, are unaware that they are struggling with depression.
Pennsylvania’s largest pension fund is auditing its travel expenses after reporting by the Capital-Star revealed opaque expense records for cross-country travel.
Nonprofit groups and legislative Republicans say they aren’t happy with a plan to provide job-seekers on public assistance with $150 in cash to buy professional clothing.Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration, who proposed the change as...
Counting 327 million people is hard. It’s even harder when you think of how many of those people live in remote areas of the country, don’t have permanent homes, are small children, or belong to tough to count populations.
The details and the cost of reducing Philadelphia's 24.5 percent poverty rate were noticeably absent from the 14-page action plan.
By Jessa LingelFake news. Online surveillance. Phishing scams. Biased algorithms.It’s easy to be cynical about the internet, and harder to remember a time when being online felt less commercial and more democratic. But there...
The fight to protect a cash assistance program for impoverished adults spurred a spate of fervent activism across Pennsylvania last June, including a shouting match on the state Senate floor and a protest outside Gov. Tom Wolf’s private home in York.
Officials at the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation told a House panel this week that they’re studying a congestion fee as a solution to the state’s constant search for cash to fund highway and public transit investment.
When people of color suffer from poverty and gun violence, white people are not interested in solving those issues, a Philadelphia elected official says.
There are more than 6,000 people working on textile manufacturing and apparel manufacturing in Philadelphia, according to federal data.