Will we ever know what Trump told Putin in Helsinki?

When Secretary of State Mike Pompeo before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday, members were champing at the bit to get answers to the burning question in Washington: What did (or didn’t) President Trump deliver to Vladimir Putin in their one-on-one meeting in Helsinki, at which only interpreters were present? The question is hot because Trump was so, where […]

House conservatives move to impeach deputy attorney general

WASHINGTON (AP) – A group of 11 House conservatives on Wednesday introduced articles of impeachment against Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the Justice Department official who oversees special counsel Robert Mueller‘s Russia investigation. The move comes after months of criticism aimed at the department – and the Russia investigation in particular – from President Trump and his Republican allies in […]

With six weeks to go, is Miss America ‘coming apart at the seams?‘

ATLANTIC CITY — Is Miss America unraveling? With a little more than six weeks to go until the swimsuit-less Miss America 2019 is to be chosen inside Boardwalk Hall and broadcast on ABC, some state pageant winners are balking at signing contracts required to compete for Miss America, former Miss Americas are resigning from the board and foundation, and the […]

Temple finds more misreporting for U.S. News magazine rankings

The rankings scandal at Temple University expanded Wednesday after officials announced they had found more misreporting to U.S. News & World Report from the Fox School of Business involving six other programs beyond the online M.B.A. program revealed earlier this month. University administrators identified the programs in question as the Executive M.B.A., Global M.B.A., Part-Time M.B.A., Master of Science in Human Resource […]

SEPTA sells naming rights of AT&T Station to NRG

AT&T is out. NRG is in. SEPTA has approved changing the name of AT&T Station, the southern terminus of the Broad Street subway, to NRG Station. The subway stop, which serves the stadium complex, previously was known as the Pattison Avenue station. The station handles about a million rider trips a year, and riders will see changes on Wednesday, though the […]

Ventnor woman charged with killing her mother and grandmother to face hearing in New Jersey next month

The Ventnor woman her mother and grandmother, then fleeing to New York City, will be extradited to New Jersey next week, the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office announced Wednesday. Heather Barbera, 41, has been charged with first-degree murder, robbery, and other crimes in connection with the slayings of Elaine Rosen, 87, and Michelle Gordon, 67, whose bodies were found inside their […]

Malcolm Jenkins weighs in on NFL‘s actions on protests during national anthem on NBC Nightly News

Malcolm Jenkins joined Lester Holt on NBC Nightly News and discussed the controversy surrounding NFL players protesting police brutality during the national anthem in an Jenkins echoed sentiments he has stood by since emerging as one of the in the NFL during his time with the Eagles, and questioned why racial issues is where the NFL and some of its […]