Common-sense changes to make Philly’s Fair Workweek law truly fair | Opinion

How a few small tweaks can make the proposed legislation work better for everyone.

Common-sense changes to make Philly’s Fair Workweek law truly fair | Opinion

How a few small tweaks can make the proposed legislation work better for everyone.

GOP candidates should learn from Brian Fitzpatrick’s LGBT-inclusive campaign | Opinion

The GOP would do well to engage with and embrace LGBT constituents.

GOP candidates should learn from Brian Fitzpatrick’s LGBT-inclusive campaign | Opinion

The GOP would do well to engage with and embrace LGBT constituents.

For death row survivors, the fight against capital punishment starts in Philly | Opinion

Exonerated death-row survivors lead the charge to end the death penalty.

For death row survivors, the fight against capital punishment starts in Philly | Opinion

Exonerated death-row survivors lead the charge to end the death penalty.
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A solution to Philadelphia’s gun violence that might actually work | Opinion

Focusing on economics and neighborhood job creation to reduce violence is just common sense.

Jeff Sessions’ turbulent tenure as attorney general, as seen by cartoonists | Opinion

Throughout Sessions' 16 months in the Justice Department, cartoonists captured every pivotal moment.

How universities can keep the Youth Wave of voting going strong | Opinion

Preliminary analysis shows a nearly 200 percent surge in young voter turnout from just four years ago.

Gloucester Catholic Wrestling – requiem for my old team

Gloucester Catholic dropped its wrestling team recently after an 0-20 season.

Stop giving Wall Street a cut of our pensions | Opinion

Pennsylvania should reduce its pension fees to Wall Street, not defend them with finance jargon.

Penn’s tone-deaf decision ignores the Palestra’s place in history | Opinion

Selling naming rights desecrates the cathedral of college basketball.

Can Philly learn a lesson from the most gentrified city in America? | Ideas We Should Steal

Philly should mimic a Portland B Corp pushing a more inclusive process for building up a neighborhood.

How you can help Philly cut costs when it comes to recycling | Opinion

Due to recent changes in the overseas market, we now pay more than $75 per ton to sort and market our recycling, more than we pay for trash disposal.

Mental health care for veterans takes on the Warrior Ethos | Opinion

Veterans and their families need mental health support to cope with self-sacrifice culture.

On Veterans Day, do more than say thanks | Opinion

The best way to celebrate this Veterans Day is volunteering.

Note to Trump’s lawyer: Do not cooperate with Mueller lynch mob

Even if the prosecutor can't prove that your client committed the crime supposedly being investigated, he will be charged with obstruction of justice or some similar offense for providing false information to agents or false swearing.

Uh oh. It’s the Year of the Woman. Again. | Signe Wilkinson

Let's hope this one sticks.

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