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The company is bringing back a limited number of New Coke cans in honor of the upcoming third season of "Stranger Things," in which the product is featured.

Most snails are righties. Now scientists have found genes that make some of them born with shells coiling the other way.

Covered in debris from dust-strewn practice spaces, tucked into dank basements where the drum kit competes for space with old rusting washing machines the landlord refuses to repair or throw out, huddled together under bridges or in struggling speak-easys with … Continued

Philadelphia band The Vernes have done it again. Releasing an album for the third straight year in a row, Yr of the Rat was unveiled on May 17th. Their debut, self-titled album came out in 2017, and since then, they’ve been … Continued

Earlier this week, Rob Grote released a new single, entitled "Glitter", through his solo project, Goat Mumbles. According to the Goat Mumbles Bandcamp page, all proceeds generated by the new track will go to The Yellowhammer Fund "to help those in need of abortions in Alabama."

The Trump administration is equipping Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E. and Jordan, even as the president remains reluctant to increase the number of American military personnel on the ground.

The pay package Tesla promised to Elon Musk is so large that in order to display it accurately, we had to add an extra dimension to the graphic.

Rabbi Lawrence Troster, the spiritual leader of Kesher Israel Congregation in West Chester and a leading Jewish environment activist, died at the age of 65, according to JTA. In addition to his work at Kesher Israel Congregation, Troster was a member of Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project Leadership Corps, the rabbinic adviser for Hazon and …

From structural and economic issues, to the fracturing of liberal democracy, here are the four key hurdles the new European Parliament will have to overcome, says Ana Palacio, Spain's former Minister of Foreign Affairs.

An attorney for a 13-year-old Maine boy says he is being illegally detained at the state's only youth prison after a judge ruled he is not competent to stand trial. The case could take on broader significance as state officials consider the future of Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland and proposed reforms to the juvenile justice system in Maine. "It is a case that everyone who works with youth in the system is watching," said Chris Northrop, a clinical professor…

New rankings compare the best universities for each subject – and Western institutions still dominate.

Chuck Patch reviews a beautiful new book of early color photographs by Tod Papageorge, active in the mid-1960s circle of photographers that included Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander, Garry Winogrand and others.

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Supporters of a $15 minimum wage held what they called a day of action in cities and townships across Pennsylvania Thursday.

PHILADELPHIA – Maccabi USA has hired Marshall Einhorn to serve as Chief Executive Officer for the organization. “Maccabi USA is …

From the end of clothes ownership to high-performance materials, here are the sustainability trends to watch from this year's Copenhagen Fashion Summit.

Here is a list of our attorneys who have been honored with the “Super Lawyer” designation this year: Ron Glazer David Gutin David Mandel Dina Ronsayro Judy Springer David Woloshin David Workman In …

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New analysis of Oregon Promise tuition-free scholarship program found that it increased community college enrollment but decreased enrollment at four-year institutions in the first year, and that fewer first-generation and low-income students benefited financially than expected.