As the streak of bitterly cold weather continues, so does a "Code Blue" in Philadelphia. The city has dispatched teams to search the streets for the chronically homeless who don't want to go to shelters.
Want to know how much taxpayers paid for Mayor Nutter's salary, the Welcome America Festival or City Council’s furniture?
There's a website for that.
Days before a trial was set to begin in a Philadelphia court, a 196-count federal indictment has come down against those accused of holding mentally disabled people in order to keep their benefit checks.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the governing body for internet naming conventions, is in the process of weighing applications for new generic top level domains.
What's a generic top level domain? It's more commonly known as the text to the right of the dot in a URL, like .com, .net, and .org.
In the midst of an influenza epidemic and vaccine shortages, Delaware is temporarily changing its flu shot rules.
This week pediatrician and Director of Public Health Karyl Rattay temporarily lifted the ban on vaccines made with thimerosal, a preservative that contains trace amounts of mercury.