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Here’s the latest for Friday, July 31st; No new deal for coronavirus relief; Hurricane could approach South Florida; More protests in Portland as federal agents prepare to withdraw; Big fire in apartment building near Philadelphia.

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NBA teams making plenty of noise in bubble

Shake Milton of the Philadelphia 76ers explains why noise by teammates during games in the NBA bubble at Walt Disney World is helpful. (July 27)

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2 MLB games postponed, Marlins deal with virus

Baseball fans in Philadelphia say sports teams should wait longer to hit the field, this after two major league games scheduled for Monday were postponed after more than a dozen Miami Marlins players and staff tested positive for the coronavirus. (July 27)

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Philly DA: Fed. agents could face prosecution

Philadelphia’s top prosecutor has warned that federal law enforcement officers will be charged criminally if they unlawfully assault or arrest somebody in the city. (July 21)

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Pompeo: Defending human rights underpins US policy

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday said defending inalienable rights forms the bedrock of US diplomatic policy. Pompeo made a the remarks in a speech on “Unalienable Rights and the Securing of Freedom” in Philadelphia. (July 16)

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Today in History for July 13th

Highlights of this day in history: Live Aid concerts held in London and Philadelphia; A French revolutionary is stabbed in his bath; Civil War draft riots erupt in New York; A power blackout hits the Big Apple; Actor Harrison Ford born. (July 13)

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Pence brings ‘law and order’ message to Philly

Vice President Mike Pence told Philadelphia police officers that President Donald Trump “backed the Blue” and that presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden would cut funding for police if he wins the White House. (July 9)

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Police fire tear gas at Philadelphia protesters | AFP

Police fired tear gas to clear hundreds of protesters from a Philadelphia highway on Monday, as demonstrators came out to protest the deaths of black people at the hands of police amid a wave of unrest sweeping the United States.

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National Guard called in and curfews imposed for multiple cities as protests continue across the US

What’s happening

– New protests underway in Newark, Philadelphia, Madison and other cities

– President Trump returns to the White House amid tightened security

– Attorney General Barr gives a statement

– Governor Walz is fully mobilizing the state’s National Guard for the first time in Minnesota history

– St. Paul mayor says he was wrong to say “every single person” arrested on Friday was “from out of town”

– Cities announce curfews as protests escalate

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MMA fighter grapples with uncertain future

Philadelphia’s Kyle Daukaus is one of thousands of regional MMA fighters with a murky professional future amid the coronavirus pandemic. His gym is shut down and he trains with his brother out of his house at a nearby park or inside his garage. (May 6)

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Military planes salute NYC, Philly medical workers

Jets from Navy’s Blue Angels and the Air Force’s Thunderbirds flew over New York City, Philadelphia and other cities in a tribute to the medical personnel, first responders and other essential workers involved in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. (April 29)

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US Thunderbirds and Blue Angels salute frontline workers with flyover | AFP

The US Air Force’s Thunderbirds and Navy’s Blue Angels fly over New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia in a salute to health care staff and other essential workers on the frontlines against the coronavirus outbreak.

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Today in History for April 7th

Highlights of this day in history: Civil war erupts in Rwanda; NY audience previews long-distance television; Auto pioneer Henry Ford dies in Dearborn, Mich.;Singer Billie Holiday, known as “Lady Day” is born in Philadelphia. (April 7)

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Business thrives at Pennsylvania Trump store

A shop selling President Donald Trump-themed merchandise in a strip mall in suburban Philadelphia has emerged as a magnet for the president’s backers and a reflection of Pennsylvania’s status as a political battleground this year. (March 5)

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Trump departs for US Army-Navy football game

President Donald Trump left Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Saturday on his way to attend the annual Army-Navy football game. Trump was headed to Philadelphia to attend the game between the two military academies for the second year in a row. (Dec. 14)

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Undocumented migrants march to US Supreme Court | AFP

Undocumented migrants march to the US Supreme Court ahead of a key decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, with some walking from Philadelphia and New York. An estimated 600,000 “Dreamers”, many of whom have never lived anywhere else, were allowed to stay and work in the United States under this program, until President Donald Trump ended it in 2017. Their case has been tangled up in the courts since then.

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Water gushes from Philadelphia skyscraper

A large stream of water gushed from the side of a Philadelphia skyscraper over the weekend, soaking the sidewalk below, and the reason wasn’t immediately clear. (Nov. 3)

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Flames tear apart Philadelphia auto body shop

A three-alarm fire tore through a Philadelphia auto body shop Monday morning, sending thick smoke and large flames into the air, causing bricks to fall to the sidewalk below and forcing students from their nearby high school. (Oct. 21)

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ShowBiz Minute: Mill, Swift, Davis

Meek Mill seeks end to 2007 drug, gun case in Philadelphia; Taylor Swift wins top prize at VMAs; Viola Davis set to play Michelle Obama in proposed series. (Aug. 27)

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Americans Told Us How Their Lives Have Been Torn Apart By Gun Violence

As the U.S. was still reeling from back-to-back mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, we started asking Americans from different generations and walks of life how gun violence in the country has impacted them personally.

Then, on Wednesday night, an armed man shot six police officers in north Philadelphia during an eight-hour standoff.

“When Columbine happened, I felt like ‘What’s going to happen now? Are they going to change the gun laws?’ But nothing happened. Then Sandy Hook happened and I thought ‘Now they’re really going to do something about it’ and nothing happened,” Diana Torres, 42, said. “At this point, I feel like what else has to happen for this to change?”

America’s rate of murder or manslaughter by firearm is the highest in the developed world.

“It’s really been normalized that gun violence is a part of my everyday life,” said Jolie Simone Barga, 14. “We don’t feel safe at school. We don’t feel safe going to the movie theater. We don’t go and feel safe at a store.”

Every day, 100 Americans are killed with guns, and hundreds more are injured, according to Everytown research. Families, friends, colleagues, and communities are left with the loss of loved ones and with persistent fear about the next mass shooting.

“This isn’t just a problem that happened in El Paso or a problem that happened in Dayton, Ohio. It can happen anywhere,” Barga said. “Just because it was in those places the other day, [doesn’t mean] that it can be in your hometown the next.”
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Philly DA: Suspect shouldn’t have been on streets

Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner says the suspected gunman in an hourslong standoff that left six police wounded “should not have been on the streets,” adding law enforcement did not have a “crystal ball” to predict his behavior. (August 15)

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AP Top Stories August 15 A

Here’s the latest for Thursday August 15th: Philadelphia shooting suspect caught; El Paso vigil; Trump suggests holding off China trade talks; Source tells AP Hickenlooper to drop out of presidential race.

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Philadelphia gunman in custody after standoff

A gunman who opened fire on police Wednesday as they were serving a drug warrant in Philadelphia, wounding six officers and triggering a standoff that extended into the night, is in police custody, authorities said. (Aug. 15)

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