At Pope Francis’ sex abuse summit, American cardinal offers plan for bishops to police each other
Chicago's archbishop floated a similar proposal at a meeting of U.S bishops last year. But by endorsing it from a Vatican pulpit Friday, he propelled the idea to the forefront of the church's global debate.

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In one of America's richest zip codes, capitalism takes aim at a beloved luncheonette
Inside this legendarily wealthy Main Line enclave, brute market forces are swatting at the locals.

Judge: U.S. violated victims’ rights when negotiating sex-abuse plea deal with wealthy financier
The federal prosecutors secretly reached a non-prosecution agreement with Jeffrey Epstein, accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls.

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East Falls wellness studio embraces diversity through massage and yoga

When Gerrae Simmons realized that the holistic care industry lacked diversity, she decided to open her own wellness studio. Eleven years later, Mellow Massage is on the upswing.

Anthony Williams moves closer to challenging Jim Kenney, using Local 98 ties to taint the Philly mayor

Williams, a state senator, made a series of moves this week that suggest he is creeping closer to challenging Mayor Kenney's bid for a second term.

Sixers beat the Heat, thanks to Boban Marjanovic’s stellar performance

Marjanovic showed that he can be a solid replacement for Joel Embiid during short stretches.

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Bigots have a new whipping boy in Jussie Smollett

The fact that there’s so much glee about news that the actor allegedly lied about a late-night attack by two MAGA hat wearers last month indicates just how racist and homophobic some people are.

Danzeisen & Quigley trading sporting goods store for retirement

The owners of South Jersey's popular ski and bike shop are planning to retire and sell the business.

Delaware County seeks to join lawsuit against owners of Mariner East pipelines

A complaint filed by residents alleges numerous safety risks associated with the cross-state pipelines.

Philadelphia spells out how its municipal ID program would work

Philadelphia laid out new details this week as to how it plans to operate its municipal ID program, including how the cards will handle gender, a comprehensive list of accepted identifying documents, and how much the cards will cost.
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