Through a blazing heat, a crowd of more than 3,000 teachers and union workers organized and marched in Pittsburgh on Saturday as they vowed to make their voiced heard in apparent defiance to the Supreme Court’s recent decision.
Every weekday Nilsa Adorno sets up two plastic tables under a white tent outside of her home, she stacks boxes of pre-prepared lunches to ready herself for the afternoon rush; lunchtime on Fifth Street starts at noon.
Protesters have filled the streets of western Pennsylvania the past two weeks, shutting down thoroughfares, halting rush hour traffic and marching to the front steps of the county courthouse, demanding that the officer who fatally shot Antwon Rose be charged and convicted.
Atlantic City, once a gambling mecca of the northeast, fell on hard times. Decaying properties, boarded seashore shops and vacant high-rises became a constant reminder of the city’s collapse. But now, after years of plummeting gambling revenue and a diminishing workforce, the seaside resort is ready for a comeback.
Fentanyl permeates through the clothes, skin, and nostrils of first respondents.
Dolly Marshall had searched for nearly a decade for clues that would unlock the mystery of her identity, the Camden, New Jersey native spent sleepless nights trying to piece together the puzzle of her family tree.
While law enforcement fights to control the influx of illegal opioid abuse in the streets, doctors across the nation are scrambling to keep supplies in stock.
Officials in Pennsylvania and New Jersey prepared for the worse today, as a second Nor’easter ripped through the East Coast just days after a deadly storm left several dead and millions in the dark.
The school shooting in Parkland, Florida, has reignited an outcry for more rigorous gun control.
A Delaware regulation continues to spark controversy, as some state officials want to allow students the right to choose their race and gender-identity inside the classroom.
Medically supervised injection sites could be the answer for curbing the deadliest drug crisis in American history, and with an estimated 1,200 overdose deaths in 2017, Philadelphia is willing to give the unconventional approach a try.
The Port of Philadelphia, a nondescript shipping facility tucked in between Pennsylvania and New Jersey, is known for its imports of perishables like produce, meat, and dairy.
The Food and Drug Administration’s approval of Luxturna is the first gene therapy to treat a specific inherited gene mutation, RPE65– and has been deemed a medical milestone. Yet criticism has stirred over the near $1 million dollar price tag–making it the most expensive medicine sold in the U.S., ranked by the sticker price.