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John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Amsterdam honeymoon 'bed-in’ was crashed by a N.J. teenager

Alisa Cooper, who grew up in Atlantic City and serves on the state's Casino Control Commission, can cite many personal and professional highlights - including, having talked her way into a chance to interview two of the most famous people on earth in 1969: John Lennon, and Yoko Ono.

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In one of the richest zip codes in America, capitalism takes aim at a beloved luncheonette

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

Inside this legendarily wealthy Main Line enclave, brute market forces are swatting at the locals.

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Bigots have a new whipping boy in Jussie Smollett | Jenice Armstrong

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.

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Clarence Thomas wants to crush the free press just like Southern segregationists of the 1960s | Will Bunch

Thomas, Trump want the same kind of libel laws that nearly saved segregation in the 1960s.

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Knitting controversy shows micro-aggression sensitivity going too far | Christine Flowers

Saying mean things about someone is a breach of courtesy and kindness. It is not an assault on human dignity.

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An old Rizzo portrait is retrieved by a photog who took chances, warts and all | Stu Bykofsky

Although he spent less than a decade in Philly, former Daily News photographer Norman Y. Lono left an indelible impression.

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Bradley Cooper rules the roost | Lisa Scottoline

Unfortunately, Bradley Chicken Cooper is being henpecked.

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A mother gave her son life twice. A third time, she will need help to save him. | Mike Newall

Jonah has end-stage renal failure, with only 14 percent kidney function. The waiting list to replace the kidney his mother donated is three to five years. He does not have that much time.

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Airbnbs and backyard chickens: Collingswood newcomers want more of a say

A Collingswood group energized by local controversies about whether to allow backyard chickens and Airbnbs, and whether a tattoo parlor belongs on Haddon Avenue, is raising questions about the longstanding structure and practices of borough government.

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Warring democracies: Mike Pence and Angela Merkel display open hostility at Munich Security Conference | Trudy Rubin

Munich Security Conference lays bare the dangerous, Trump-led schism between the United States and Europe that makes it easy for Putin and Xi to undermine the West.

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Mike Hagan’s Langhorne security company bought, by ADT this time, for $25 million

ADT has purchased Bucks County-based LifeShield from founder Mark Hagan's firm for $25 million, which is not much more than LifeShield raised from prominent local investors over the years. The company's previous owners include DirectTV, AT&T and Hagan's investment company, which he calls Hawk,...

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First, they lost their beloved basketball coach. Would they lose their court, too? | Helen Ubiñas

A beloved coach is shot and killed, and his grieving players turn to the game he taught them could keep them out of trouble.

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Narcan can be risky for EMS and Good Samaritans | Stu Bykofsky

Good Samaritans and fire rescue personnel can be attacked as those dying from an overdose snap back to consciousness.

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What our ‘national emergency’ means to me | John Baer

The real emergency facing the nation is stupid politics. And it's coming from both ends of the spectrum.

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