Philly’s Congress Hall, site of America’s first peaceful transfer of power, should be a beacon in 2020 | Opinion

As Trump balks at transfer of power, pay homage to Philly site where it first occurred peacefully.

Philly’s Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, member of Biden’s COVID task force, lays out how to control the pandemic | Trudy Rubin

President-elect Biden confronts the surge in COVID-19 cases, as Trump focuses on false election-fraud claims.

Philly’s Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, member of Biden’s COVID task force, lays out how to control the pandemic | Trudy Rubin

President-elect Biden confronts the surge in COVID-19 cases, as Trump focuses on false election-fraud claims.

Breathless media coverage of election lawsuits plays right into Trump’s plan | Opinion

The news media should stop amplifying President Donald Trump’s numerous post-election lawsuits—at least until a judge rules that any of them have merit.

Breathless media coverage of election lawsuits plays right into Trump’s plan | Opinion

The news media should stop amplifying President Donald Trump’s numerous post-election lawsuits—at least until a judge rules that any of them have merit.

Climate change and the environment could break Pennsylvania’s partisan gridlock | Opinion

The Pennsylvania General Assembly's leadership has been anti-environment — but that can change if the leaders listen to their constituents.

Climate change and the environment could break Pennsylvania’s partisan gridlock | Opinion

The Pennsylvania General Assembly's leadership has been anti-environment — but that can change if the leaders listen to their constituents.
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Donald Trump’s coup-coup clock has rung. How worried should Americans get? | Will Bunch

Donald Trump’s coup-coup clock has rung. How worried should Americans get?

Black women saved democracy yet again. Where’s our moment of gratitude? | Opinion

The Democratic party simply cannot win many of the races on local, state, and federal levels without Black women consistently showing up.

Political Cartoon: Kamala wins the vote

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

For progressives who helped elect him, Biden’s victory is a doorway, not a destination | Opinion

Joe Biden owes the progressive movement a great deal of thanks for getting voters out to the polls to vote for him.

As a quizzo host, I aspired to be Philly’s Alex Trebek

I tried to walk the fine line of “serious but fun” that Trebek and Jeopardy! mastered.

N.J. legalized weed. Now it’s Pa.’s turn. | Editorial

Gov. Tom Wolf supports legalizing recreational marijuana, as New Jersey did Tuesday. But will Republicans in Harrisburg allow Pennsylvania to take this step, or risk losing lucrative market share?

Alex Trebek was there for me on one of the worst days of my life — and every day | Opinion

'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek died on Sunday of pancreatic cancer. I'll miss his calm, steady, reliable presence.

In the city where it all began, the American Experiment gets a gleeful do-over | Will Bunch

America's Founders would get the spirit of Philly's wild, vulgar Biden victory party. The 2020 election — and the city — saved their democracy.

Political Cartoon: Pennsylvania no matter who won

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

Providing a cushion

When I look at them, I remember what I was thinking when I was stitching, what was happening in my life, and even what was the country was going through.

Autocrats think Trump broke American democracy. Biden can prove them wrong.

China and Russia see advantage in U.S. internal divisions, but exit polls show Biden has chance to unify the country.

Guess who helped Biden get that Pa. win: Suburban stepchildren named Delco and Montco | Maria Panaritis

Democrats may be dancing in Philadelphia, but the real muscle in Biden's thin lead over Trump came from a few miles west, in Delaware and Montgomery Counties.

Political Cartoon: Philadelphia rooms where it happened

Daily takes from Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Signe Wilkinson.

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