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The first debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will be held tonight at 9:00 p.m. EDT. The debate will be the first of three and will be held at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. The debate will be hosted by Fox News host Chris Wallace. Dr. Anthony Fauci has […]

The New York Times has released information pertaining to President Trump’s tax records. The news article shows that the president has not paid any income taxes in 10 of the last 15 years. There is also sufficient evidence of financial losses he accrued before and after his winning of the 2016 election. Many people connected […]

The body of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has been taken to the Supreme Court to lie in repose today and tomorrow. A crowd of fellow politicians, family, and over 100 clerks who worked with her are in attendance. Speakers at the even include Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt […]

An employee of the Philadelphia Office of Violence Prevention has been placed on leave after two gun charges have been brought against him. Morris Hobson, a Group Violence Intervention Coordinator for the City of Philadelphia, is currently on leave while the charges against him are being investigated. The charges against him happened before he was […]

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away on Friday from metastatic pancreatic cancer in her Washington, D.C. home. She was 87 years old. Ginsburg served as an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1993, after being nominated by then-President Bill Clinton, to her death. She was the second woman ever elected […]

City Council approved a resolution on Thursday that is pushing for Mayor Kenney to declare gun violence a citywide emergency in Philadelphia. The motion was brought forward by Councilmember Jamie Guthier and had 14 co-sponsors within the council. Council officials have cited a recent quadruple shooting in the Spring Garden neighborhood of the city as […]

Dated April 09, 2020

This is an article I never hoped or intended to write even as recently as this past summer. But, with that said, it is TIME TO TRADE Shayne Gostisbehere! The defenseman had a terrific start to his career in Philadelphia but has fallen on hard times recently, and now, most everyone is asking themselves “Have […]

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed into law a bill that includes a controversial provision to strip progressive Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner of some prosecuting power over gun cases in the city. The measure, passed in late June by the Republican-led state legislature, gives state Attorney General Josh Shapiro’s office the ability to prosecute cases […]

Che Guerrero has always had a great knack for conveying one of his signature jokes about being undocumented for over 20 years. In the joke version of his life, his arrival to the United States is met with arguments from his mother about wearing sweaters to blend in. In real life, Guerrero, his sister, China […]