Hurricane Irma, one of the strongest storms ever recorded in the Atlantic, already hit the eastern Caribbean. At least six people were killed.
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Following the murder of Heather Heyer during the clashes between white supremacist groups and civil rights organizations in Charlottesville, we must ask ourselves: Has hatred raised, after years of hibernation, to metastasize in our country?
On this Labor Day, the American middle class survives. Indeed, it’s expanding. That’s not the conclusion of some arcane scholarly study. It’s the judgment of Americans themselves, though it hasn’t received much attention from politicians or the media. Most Americans have moved beyond the fears bred by the Great Recession. The middle-class comeback may be the year’s most underreported story.
After approving the termination of the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals (DACA) program, the US president has asked Congress for a legal solution for "dreamers."
On the morning of September 5th, officials and organizers gathered together to stand in solidarity and to speak out against DACA’s grim future in front of the Department of Justice, followed by a march outside of I.C.E’s new Philadelphia headquarters.
Former President Barack Obama lamented today that a "shadow" has been cast on thousands of immigrants with the end of the DACA program, which protected 800,000 undocumented youths from deportation, and called the decision taken by his successor, Donald Trump, "cruel "and" wrong."
Recent developments on America’s rocky road to equality of opportunity for all races merit cheers and jeers.
Members of the community take to the streets of Kensington to remember those who’ve died from overdose and to spread awareness of the growing opioid epidemic in the City.