Philadelphia 76ers point guard Shake Milton plans to donate 500 meals and shakes to front-line medical workers at Philadelphia-area hospitals.
It took us about three days of social distancing before we decided to permanently relocate our coffee table to the corner.
If there’s anything you want to know about Saquon Barkley, just ask Nasir. He’ll tell you that his favorite football hero is a running back for The New York Giants, that he played college football at Penn State for three seasons and has a daughter named Jada Clare. Oh … and that he is 6 feet…
We all should be watching what we eat. We should know how to get the most out of our food. What about “super foods?” Are they better foods? Is the cost worth the extra cost? Are there risks with eating them?
Recently, you may have seen a commercial with model, actress and TV personality Chrissy Teigen eagerly promoting her new “courtroom show, “ on Quibi, and wondered “What in the world?” followed by “What in the world is Quibi?” Let’s make some sense of this.
Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church's Easter service will boast some serious star power.
LOS ANGELES — CBS' courtroom drama series "All Rise" is resuming production with an episode reflecting the coronavirus crisis in the lives of its characters, the network said Monday.
MINNEAPOLIS — Mattie Nunn winces, as if someone just stepped on her toe.
On March 12, Debbie Allen had what would turn out to be one of the last meetings with the staff of the Debbie Allen Dance Academy she would have for a while.
Oprah Winfrey joined the growing list of celebrities who are donating money to coronavirus relief efforts.
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis celebrated Palm Sunday Mass in the shelter of St. Peter’s Basilica without the public because of the coronavirus pandemic, while parish priests elsewhere in Rome took to church rooftops and bell towers to lead services so at least some faithful could follow the fa…
INDIANAPOLIS — For most her life, the Rev. Kim Outlaw didn’t even believe women could be senior pastors.
BALDWIN, Wisc. — As the morning sun melts the last traces of snow in the surrounding farmland, the faithful, gathered to celebrate Christianity’s holiest week, cheerfully honk out their hallelujahs and peace greetings.
NOGALES, Mexico — For years, Catholic-led, U-S.-based nonprofits have been at the forefront of efforts to support migrants and asylum seekers along the Mexican border. Tough new border policies, coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic, have drastically changed their work, much of which now takes …
Some of you may remember this phrase coming from me but I think it is appropriate at this time to re-emphasize it.
From helping people pay their rent, to establishing businesses that help fund their initiatives, Germantown’s Masjid Muhammad practices Islam in a way that supports holistic community upliftment.
Timmy Brown, who arguably was the first Black superstar on the Philadelphia Eagles, has died. He was 82.
Black Enterprise founder Earl G. Graves Sr. passed away late Monday evening at the age of 85.
ATLANTA — Family of the Rev. Joseph Lowery gathered Saturday for a small, private funeral for the civil rights veteran who worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. and decades later delivered a prayer before 1.8 million at the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Joseph J. Mickey Jr., a former employee of the City of Philadelphia in Weights and Measures, died on Monday, March 30. He was 86.
Samuel Joyner, former editorial cartoonist of the Philadelphia Tribune and art editor of Color Magazine, died on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at home. He was 96.
WASHINGTON — Bobby Mitchell, the speedy Hall of Famer who became the Washington Redskins' first Black player, has died. He was 84.
Less than 24 hours after a third SEPTA employee died of coronavirus-related causes, SEPTA announced a dramatic reduction of transit service. The new “Lifeline Service Schedule,” intended to increase safety for riders and operators while discouraging nonessential trips, will take effect April 9.
In response to the urgent need for medical supplies and ventilators at area hospitals and health care facilities due to COVID-19, Delaware County Community College recently loaned a ventilator, and donated surgical gloves, disposable gowns, hand sanitizer, biohazard bags and other equipment …
March Madness descended upon the North Star State as the Montgomery County Community College men’s basketball team traveled to the City of Rochester to compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) championship tournament.
In light of Gov. Tom Wolf’s order to close non-essential businesses in Montgomery County, Cheltenham Township officials have suspended several upcoming events, closed all libraries and canceled public meetings in an attempt to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.
U.S. Rep. Dwight Evans and Dr. Scott Goldstein recently joined state Sen. Art Haywood for a digital town hall meeting to discuss the novel coronavirus.
For Marc Lamont Hill, owner of Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee and Books at 5445 Germantown Ave., the decision to close its doors to customers was not easy.
You might be feeling stress, anxiety or depression right now. And that's OK.
People who start smoking young are more likely to smoke daily as adults and find it much, much harder to quit.
SEATTLE — Experts and health officials who are trying to plan a response to the coronavirus outbreak are missing a critical piece of information — the number of health care workers who have tested positive for the disease.
With so many destinations of pleasure denied to us now, we may be developing a deeper appreciation of nature, wherever we can get them.
NEW YORK (AP) — Just as the new coronavirus was declared a global pandemic, gym members in New York City frantically called the fitness center where Rahmell Peebles worked, asking him to freeze their memberships.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Shady middlemen, phantom shipments, prices soaring by the hour, goods flown in on a private plane.
Poetry, prayer and lots of humor marked the packed celebration of renowned multimedia journalist Heshimu Jaramogi’s life at a memorial service Saturday at the Arch Street Friends Meeting House at 320 Arch St.
John DeHaven Manns, a former U.S. Navy veteran and security officer, died on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. He was 58.
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- After early show of bipartisanship, Pa. lawmakers splinter over next COVID-19 steps
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- Officials ‘confident’ Delaware hospitals can handle surge
- N.J. closes state and county parks
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- New Jersey death toll from coronavirus surpasses 1,000
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- Ghana's lavish funerals can last up to seven days. Now, a centuries-old tradition has gone online
- States lack key data on virus cases among medical workers
- China's virus pandemic epicenter Wuhan ends 76-day lockdown
- UK's Johnson in ICU, was given oxygen in battling virus
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- Villanova's Saddiq Bey wins Julius Erving Award
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- Daryl Bell: Ex-teammate cheers Hall of Fame picks
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- More than ever, we need nature. It makes us and our children happier
- Men wash their hands much less often than women and that matters more than ever
- Men with erectile dysfunction may face a higher risk of early death, study says
- Take a breath: How the simple act of meditative breathing helps us cope
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- Oprah Winfrey donates $10 million to coronavirus relief
- Mobile short-form video platform Quibi launches Monday
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