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Olney man, 23, is charged in LOVE Park rape

Olney man, 23, is charged in LOVE Park rape

A 23-year-old Olney man was charged Thursday with raping a 41-year-old woman in LOVE Park as she was walking to work last month, Philadelphia police said. Capt. Mark Burgmann of the Special Victims Unit said at a news conference that Quindell Campbell — who had never been arrested before — was a stranger to the woman he assaulted early on the morning of Jan. 25. Related stories Related stories Burgmann said investigators recovered surveillance video showing Campbell wandering around Center City for hours before his alleged crime, then following the woman inside the famed plaza before...

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February 11, 2020
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Comcast has done it again: Unlisted phone numbers of 200,000 customers posted online

Comcast has done it again: Unlisted phone numbers of 200,000 customers posted online

Comcast mistakenly posted online the contact information of nearly 200,000 customers who paid the company a monthly fee to keep their phone numbers private. In November, Comcast’s Xfinity unit found that the names, phone numbers, and addresses of customers who didn’t want to be publicly listed were posted on , the Philadelphia company’s online directory. Related stories This isn’t the first time Comcast has mistakenly released customer contact information. In 2015, the company to settle claims of accidentally publishing the names, phone numbers, and addresses of about 75,000 people who paid...

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Christian Hetrick
March 10, 2020
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Editorial staff at the Wilmington News Journal want to unionize

Editorial staff at the Wilmington News Journal want to unionize

More than two-thirds of the 27 editorial staffers at the Gannett-owned Delaware Online/Wilmington News Journal have signed union cards in hopes of joining the News Guild, the newly formed Delaware News Guild said. “The merger of Gannett and Gatehouse Media has made our industry even more uncertain,” the group said in a . “Both companies have histories of mismanaging resources to the detriment of journalism. We are unionizing in an effort to seek structural change in an industry where corporate decision makers continue to slash newsrooms across the country.” Related stories The group has...

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Juliana Feliciano Reyes
March 10, 2020
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A Philly police commander’s sexual misconduct was well-known. A flawed system protected him.

A Philly police commander’s sexual misconduct was well-known. A flawed system protected him.

Philadelphia Internal Affairs Lt. Raymond Saggese, deposed in a 2016 lawsuit alleging Chief Inspector Carl Holmes sexually assaulted a female officer: Saggese “There’s a lot of officers that are out there right now that I wish were off the force because they’re criminals.” Plaintiff’s attorney Caren Gurmankin “Is [Carl Holmes] one of them?” Saggese “And unfortunately, the legal aspects of our city and arbitration and union and all put these people back on the job.” Gurmankin Saggese “No matter how much I fight, scream, yell, beg and holler, they are still back on the job.” Gurmankin Saggese...

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Barbara Laker
March 10, 2020
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Vladimir Putin just made himself president for life. Does Trump dream of doing the same? | Trudy Rubin

Vladimir Putin just made himself president for life. Does Trump dream of doing the same? | Trudy Rubin

Opinion While world leaders focused this week on coping with the coronavirus, Vladimir Putin’s attention was elsewhere. The Russian president was busy as president for life. Related stories After 20 years as president or prime minister, the 67-year-old former KGB spy around Russia’s presidential term limits that will permit him to serve two more six-year terms after his current mandate expires in 2024. This internal coup frees Putin to pursue his bitter vendetta against the West, which he blames for all of Russia’s troubles. Indeed, he justified his power grab by arguing that Russia was too...

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Trudy Rubin
March 11, 2020
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Atlantic City to Carl Icahn: Tear down crumbling Trump Plaza before it kills somebody

Atlantic City to Carl Icahn: Tear down crumbling Trump Plaza before it kills somebody

ATLANTIC CITY — One of Atlantic City’s most iconic symbols of the ruined Trump casino empire, Trump Plaza, has been shedding chunks of its tower, endangering passersby on the Boardwalk, and must be demolished, city officials said Thursday. The crumbling former casino, now owned by billionaire Carl C. Icahn, has been an eyesore — and occasional political backdrop — since it shut down in 2014. Related stories Mayor Marty Small Sr. announced Thursday that the city was going to court to force Icahn to demolish the white tower that once was the centerpiece of Donald Trump’s Atlantic City...

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Amy S. Rosenberg
March 12, 2020
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N.J. announces third death; Wolf orders statewide shutdown; Philly orders nonessential businesses to close

N.J. announces third death; Wolf orders statewide shutdown; Philly orders nonessential businesses to close

Significant developments Significant developments

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Oona Goodin
March 16, 2020
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf orders statewide shutdown over coronavirus

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf orders statewide shutdown over coronavirus

is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and PennLive/Patriot-News. . HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf extended his shutdown order to the entire state on Monday as the number of coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania continued to grow. The directive, which applies to nonessential businesses in all 67 counties, begins at midnight and will be in place for two weeks. The Wolf administration said it’s “strongly urging” businesses to act, while warning officials could eventually find it “necessary to compel closures.” The...

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March 16, 2020
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How Elizabeth Warren lost the White House but became the president of U.S. ideas | Will Bunch

How Elizabeth Warren lost the White House but became the president of U.S. ideas | Will Bunch

Opinion Nobody — well, at least before the coronavirus crisis, anyway — would have blamed Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren if she had spent most of March sheltering in place on a Caribbean beachfront, sipping and looking up a big blue sky instead of a glass ceiling. After all, it was only about two weeks ago (even if it feels like two years, or maybe 20) that to probably the most grueling white-collar job anyone could imagine, running to become the 46th president of the United States. And the 70-year-old former Harvard Law professor ran harder than most, literally sprinting into each...

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Will Bunch
March 19, 2020
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Philly police won't charge Flyers' mascot Gritty with punching a kid

Philly police won't charge Flyers' mascot Gritty with punching a kid

The president of the United States . Two Philadelphia city councilmembers . But Gritty, the Flyers’ googly-eyed mascot, has done something that none of those elected officials has so far been able to do — emerge from an investigation without being charged. Philadelphia police said Monday that their investigation into a Flyers fan’s claim that Gritty punched his 13-year-old son in the back has come to an end, concluding that there was no physical assault during a Nov. 19 event at the Wells Fargo Center. Police did not identify the person wearing the fuzzy orange costume. Related stories...

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February 11, 2020
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