Starting today: Cosby Unraveled

Starting today: Cosby Unraveled

Comedian. Beloved television star. “America’s Dad.” Accused sexual predator. In June 2017, Bill Cosby faces a jury that will determine whether he’s guilty or not of drugging and sexually assaulting one of more than 60

New pop-up art exhibit focuses on city's history of revolution [photos]

New pop-up art exhibit focuses on city's history of revolution [photos]

A new art exhibit focusing on revolutionary acts will be popping up around Philadelphia. Starting on Thursday, "Revolutionary: A Pop-Up Street Art Exhibition" will appear in the city's historic district.

N.J. prosecutors will ask to jail defendants before trial more often

N.J. prosecutors will ask to jail defendants before trial more often

County prosecutors in New Jersey will ask judges more often to detain defendants accused of certain crimes under the state's new bail system, a move criticized by criminal justice advocates who have been sparring with law

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Ariana Grande concert: That could have been my daughter
The Philadelphia Experiment | Solomon Jones

Ariana Grande concert: That could have been my daughter

That could’ve been my daughter.  It was the first fleeting thought that came to mind when I learned of Monday’s suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.

National Interest | Dick Polman

Team Trump suddenly thinks that taking the Fifth is awesome

I'm old enough to remember when Donald Trump believed that invoking the Fifth Amendment's right to remain silent was the same as confessing guilt. But that was just something that came out of his mouth in 2016. He's thinking

Race at the Crossroads | Howard Stevenson

Essay: Making real the racial faith, justice, and hope we talk about

I did not want a life of hatred for my sons, and at times I swallowed or sold my voice for that dream. But a nightmare showed up to remind me that this is our time for struggle, and my voice is priceless. And silence won't make

Speak Easy | Nate House

Essay: The end of the Shore as we know it

The Jersey Shore is in danger, but instead of forcing it to adapt to what we want it to be and what we remember, we should adapt to what it will eventually become.

Weekdays at 6 p.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM

Lawmakers recognizing need for food stamps may block Trump from cutting program by .6B

Lawmakers recognizing need for food stamps may block Trump from cutting program by $4.6B

While advocates for the poor are raising the alarm about President Donald Trump's proposal for major cuts to food stamps, he may have trouble getting members of Congress to go along with that — and not just Democrats.

Fridays at 9 a.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM
In one Alabama community, environmental justice is hard to find

In one Alabama community, environmental justice is hard to find

A group of African-American landowners filed a civil rights complaint over a landfill. It took EPA more than a decade to quietly close the case. 

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