Carl Day joined NPR to weigh in on the Biden campaign in 2020. We caught up with him to hear what he's thinking heading into 2024.
Epps died after collapsing at a memorial service Tuesday afternoon, the university said. She was 72.
Kimbrady Carriker, 40, was apprehended by police shortly after the shooting. Two boys, aged 13 and two, were also shot and injured.
At least five people were killed and two boys injured Monday night when a gunman wearing a bulletproof vest opened fire in a Philadelphia neighborhood, police said.
Living near parks can boost health and well being. But low-income communities and those of color often have less access than wealthier, white ones. Revamping schoolyards could be a game changer.
Jurors in federal court awarded $25.6 million to a former Starbucks regional manager who alleged that she and other white employees were unfairly punished after the arrests of two Black men in 2018.
Images shared by the city and on social media showed a scorched section of the highway caved in on the road below. Lanes in both directions were closed.
A study of roughly 2,700 shootings in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Philadelphia found widening racial disparities after the pandemic began, with black children the most frequent victims.
City officials assured residents on Monday that the water was safe to drink throughout the day, but added that they are continuing to test the water supply.
Part of a national trend, medical residents at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia push to form a union to demand better working conditions and higher wages. Child care is an important issue for many.
Here's everything you need to know about Super Bowl LVII, with some help from our member stations KCUR in Kansas City and WHYY in Philadelphia.
Press play and turn it up to 11! GO BIRDS!
Major League Baseball has its World Series lineup cards set, as the Houston Astros will face the Philadelphia Phillies.
The city of Philadelphia issued an apology Thursday for the unethical medical experiments performed on mostly Black inmates at its Holmesburg Prison from the 1950s through the 1970s.
Four other firefighters and an inspector with the city's Department of Licenses and Inspections had been rescued from the rubble and were in stable condition at hospitals.