After visit from Homeland Security chief, Kenney stands firm on Philly 'sanctuary city' status

After visit from Homeland Security chief, Kenney stands firm on Philly 'sanctuary city' status

In an effort to get Philadelphia law enforcement to cooperate with federal immigration agents, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson met with a group of immigrant advocates at City Hall Tuesday morning.

Push for sugary drinks tax in Philadelphia gets boost from Bloomberg

Push for sugary drinks tax in Philadelphia gets boost from Bloomberg

An effort to pass a tax on soda and other sugary drinks in Philadelphia is getting a boost from Michael Bloomberg.

Uber attempts to block suit by Philly drivers over employment status

Uber attempts to block suit by Philly drivers over employment status

Ride-hailing service Uber recently settled a $100 million class-action lawsuit in California and Massachusetts, but one thing didn't change — drivers will remain independent contractors, not Uber employees.  Observers

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Uber attempts to block suit by Philly drivers over employment status

Uber attempts to block suit by Philly drivers over employment status

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