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‘We are not crying wolf’: Philly teachers union to sue district over asbestos, other hazards

The union representing Philadelphia public school teachers says it will sue the school district over its handling of asbestos, lead and mold problems that has shuttered schools and sparked a backlash from parents.

By Nicholas Pugliese/WHYY

Time running out to save historic ‘MLK House’ in Camden

A two-story row house, which local activists want to preserve as a key waypoint in King’s early development, is on the verge of collapse in the face of indecision by local and state officials.

By Nicholas Pugliese/WHYY

Boy Scouts abused in other states sue in N.J. using untested strategy

Former scouts say they have grounds to sue in New Jersey because the abuse occurred when the Boy Scouts of America was headquartered in the state from 1954 to 1979.

By Nicholas Pugliese/WHYY

Delco DA ends bid to keep man in prison who won clemency after 25 years

“The idea the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office would be pursuing it 28 years later as sort of a vendetta against a man whose sentence was commuted for a far more serious crime … just sends the wrong message.”
By Laura Benshoff/WHYY and Nicholas Pugliese/WHYY

Posthumously unsealed trove of T.S. Eliot letters reveal ill-fated relationship with Emily Hale

In dueling narratives about their relationship, the pair talk about the comfort they found in one another during Eliot’s unhappy marriage to his first wife, Vivienne Haigh-Wood. However, they offer conflicting portrayals of their intimate friendship.

By Nicholas Pugliese/WHYY



Walmart ammunition cutbacks will have little effect, gun enthusiasts say

Gun enthusiasts say Walmart’s restrictions will inconvenience hunters and hobbyists, while doing little to reduce gun violence.

By Nicholas Pugliese/WHYY

Safe to join Boy Scouts? Some parents say policy upgrades help prevent abuse

Some parents have fashioned their own protocols to ensure their children’s safety. Others say Boy Scouts of America has learned from past mistakes and has itself instituted policies that will protect their children.

By Nicholas Pugliese/WHYY and Ximena Conde/WHYY
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