It’s just the latest twist in an eventful, bitter race for Philadelphia’s District Attorney.
HBO’s “Mare of Easttown” is not the standard police procedural it seems, with more shocking twists and, thanks to Winslet’s performance, empathy for grief than you might expect.
From an allegedly violent North Carolina Proud Boy appearing in a disturbing photo op with a D.C. cop to the son of a Philly officer, the connections keep getting worse.
It turns out the City of Brotherly Love has a rich past of espionage perfect for the history buff.
Jim Worthington and his tony Newtown Athletic Club gym are ground zero in a Pennsylvania insurrection that could end in disaster.
The new HBO documentary “40 Years a Prisoner” revisits the events that led up to the infamous 1978 shootout between Philadelphia police and the Black revolutionary group MOVE.
“Joey Electric,” “Louie Sheep,” and a dozen other operatives of a Philly crime family were indicted on charges including racketeering, illegal gambling, and drug trafficking.