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Who was Who at the White House State Dinner for France.
One of George Foreman’s five sons arrested for choking his wife; mayor of Philadelphia wants to host a Super Bowl, plus more sports news.
In Philadelphia, like many cities, advocates for the homeless are fighting bans on providing meals in outdoor spaces.
Lawmakers sound off on impact of government shutdown.
Mayors Michael Nutter and Mitch Landrieu discuss urban violence at the National Press Club and its impact on African-American males.
Philadelphia officials agreed on a $50 million package that will allow the school system to open on time.
Former U.S. Rep. William H. Gray III who was the first Black majority whip, died on Monday at the age of 71.
Philadelphia's mayor defends the decision to close nearly two dozen public schools in an effort to save money and reduce the deficit.
Grad rates improve for Black college athletes, Elmo puppeteer allegations continue, and other news headlines.
Mayor Michael Nutter left City Council chambers on Thursday amid chants from union members angry about the lack of contracts. They shouted, blew whistles and stomped their feet to drown out his remarks.