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Dozens rally at Comcast over proposed merger, new FCC rules

Dozens rally at Comcast over proposed merger, new FCC rulesMore than 50 "net neutrality" advocates stood outside of Comcast's headquarters in downtown Philadelphia Monday, rallying against the company's proposed merger with Time Warner Cable as well as the Federal Communication

GPS monitoring helps Philly juvenile courts

GPS monitoring helps Philly juvenile courtsEven as many people ditch landline phones at home, for years it's been a must-have for those who are on house arrest. While that's changing for some, adult offenders in Philadelphia still need this old technology to serve

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The Internet remembers Tony Auth

The Internet remembers Tony Auth

Fans of Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist and NewsWorks artist-in-residence Tony Auth reacted across Twitter and Facebook upon hearing of his death on Sunday after a two-year struggle with brain cancer.
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Too many people with sickle cell disease face ignorance, lack of support from medical community

It was difficult to listen to the sickle cell disease segment. Both my siblings have sickle cell [disease], and I've spent my life watching them suffer through a painful illness, and every day I have to cope with the reality

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There's a hidden market for sacred objects in Philly — but no laypeople allowed [photos]

There's a hidden market for sacred objects in Philly — but no laypeople allowed [photos]

The Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia created the market to stop sacred objects from closed churches from ending up in bars, thrift stores, or other secular spaces. 
Fridays at 9 a.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM
Too many people with sickle cell disease face ignorance, lack of support from medical community

Too many people with sickle cell disease face ignorance, lack of support from medical community

It was difficult to listen to the sickle cell disease segment. Both my siblings have sickle cell [disease], and I've spent my life watching them suffer through a painful illness, and every day I have to cope with the reality
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