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Martin Luther King Jr. Day is an opportunity to give back and demonstrate the kind of community commitment that is the legacy of its namesake. You can still find ways to volunteer around Philly today.

Why it’s important to call the Capitol attacks ‘domestic terrorism’ | Opinion

Praveed Abraham, 32, is the first full-time warden of color in the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s 115-year history.

The public won’t see President Donald Trump’s White House records for years, but there’s growing concern the collection won’t be complete, leaving a hole in the history of one of America’s most tumultuous presidencies.

A Philly church bell rings 400 times as the U.S. nears 400,000 deaths from COVID-19. Here's the full story from @jacobadelman :


The protest along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway briefly turned into a wedding party Saturday afternoon, as Kerry Anne and Michael Gordon joined the march on their wedding day. 📸 by Tyger Williams More:

A federal judge has ruled that key components of Gov. Tom Wolf’s coronavirus mitigation strategy are unconstitutional, including a statewide limit on how many Pennsylvanians can gather in one place.

The new session of the Pennsylvania Senate got off to a chaotic start Tuesday, with Republicans taking the rare step of removing the Democratic lieutenant governor, John Fetterman, from running the session.

A laptop and several memory sticks used to program Philly's voting machines were stolen from a warehouse in East Falls, city officials confirmed, setting off a scramble to investigate and ensure machines could not be compromised before Election Day.

UPDATED: Fewer than 10 Eagles players planned to attend tomorrow's White House ceremony with @realDonaldTrump .

A father took his son to a meet and greet event in November, where he claims Gritty punched his son in the back.

USPS says Pennsylvania mail ballots may not be delivered on time, and state warns of ‘overwhelming’ risk to voters

From our Editorial Board: "If the officers who shot Walter Wallace Jr. indeed did nothing wrong according to police use of force protocol, then the state of policing is even more dire than we thought."

Philadelphia has not stopped counting mail ballots and is not behind schedule, despite reports to the contrary. The livestream from the Convention Center shows workers making their way through yellow bins full of ballots. Follow our latest reporting here.

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