Juliana covers what it’s like to live and work in the Philadelphia region, with an eye toward workers, corporations and labor.

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James Moran, the force behind Philadelphia’s worker health and safety movement, dies at 81

Moran, the founder of worker health and safety organization PhilaPOSH, was a lifelong defender of the working class who never shied from a fight.

University of the Arts faculty in Philadelphia have voted to unionize

UArts professors, most of whom are adjuncts, said they wanted to unionize to fight for job security, better pay, and a voice in university decisions.

800 Bucks County nurses go on strike over ‘dangerous’ staffing levels as coronavirus cases surge

The nurses at St. Mary Medical Center say they have no choice but to walk off the job as coronavirus cases surge across the region.

2,200 Philly-area nurses are threatening to strike during a coronavirus surge for ‘safe patient limits’

Nurses are seizing on a moment when health-care workers are not only in high demand but being framed as heroes. One group of nurses, at Mercy Fitzgerald in Delaware County, has already reached a deal.

A vote count protest turns into a 12-hour block party in Philly

About 400 pro-Biden supporters gathered outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center; the pro-Trump contingent was considerably smaller.

Trump warns of ‘violence on the street,’ Biden asks voters to send the president home as campaign ends in Pa.

Trump and Biden ended the campaign much the way it started: dashing across Pennsylvania to win every vote possible in the state most likely to pick the winner.

Biden implores Philly voters to ‘put an end to this presidency’ as Trump signals plans to discredit votes

Biden aimed to rouse voters in the Democratic core of a state that his party lost by less than 1 percentage point four years ago.

Asian American voters in Pennsylvania show there is no one Asian vote

A host of factors beyond one’s country of origin — including religion, caste, generation, and region in one’s native country — affect voting patterns.

Voters across Philly wait through rain, cold, and long lines as window to cast ballots early closes

Voters said they were eager to cast their ballots and for the 2020 election to be over — and determined to make sure their vote counts.