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Donald Trump is in thrall to adversary who is manipulating him to carry out the Kremlin's agenda and harm our democracy.
The bottom line is clear: Americans are living in unstuck times. We don't trust each other as much as we used to when we had a common Cold War adversary and common goals to build things together. Our reservoir of latent fear is large, and that's a problem.
My kids tell me they're being "social." I'm not so sure that sitting on a couch in your basement talking through a headset to your friend sitting on his couch in his basement is being social.
The Made in America founder and platinum-selling rapper says he is a disappointed in the city's decision to move the Made in America music festival from the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Librarians and rec center leaders are some of the least cynical people on the planet, but the thought that Philadelphia could deliver on the $500 million Rebuild project is antithetical to anyone's lived experience in these systems.
President Trump's willful blindness to the Russian meddling means the U.S. remains vulnerable to interference in future elections. All the more reason why states, including Pennsylvania, must move to protect our voting system from cyberattcks.
Precautions are taken to better protect public spaces, to better use technology to monitor bad actors, and to help security forces and first responders work effectively together. But a spirit of resilience ensures that these security measures do not hamper everyday life.
The spat between Jay-Z in Mayor Kenney revealed a troubling lack of vision for the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Those framers understood, as did America's founders, that birthright citizenship is inherently self-contradictory.
It's time to trek through the mind of Mayor Kenney to figure out what's behind his controversial plan to move the Made in America Festival away from the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Why take something that's working fine and try to change it?
One of the most fundamental parts of motherhood - the beautiful way in which the body provides nutrition for the newborn- was transformed into a weapon of destruction by a drug-addled woman who cared more about her next fix than the safety of her child.
I wish that there were something else I could do, but I am only a senator.