After 40 years as editorial cartoonist at The Philadelphia Inquirer, where he garnered more than his share of both awards and hate mail, Tony Auth decided that the time had come to broaden the range of his commentary. There is, after all, so much more to life than politics.
What he needed was a new venue. What he found was WHYY, and NewsWorks, where he is now its first Digital Artist in Residence.
Poverty in the Philadelphia's Pennsylvania and New Jersey suburbs grew by 40 percent between 2000 and 2011. In the Allentown region, that number was 50 percent.
Bill Clark, head of Philabundance, a hunger relief organization that More »
Military fireworks won't be going off as planned this Independence Day due to the federal sequester.
Jersey's Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in Lakehurst, N.J., has canceled its annual July Fourth celebration due to furloughs caused by congressionally More »