The conviction marks a dark end to the career of one of the region’s longest-serving members of Congress.
The federal corruption trial of U.S. House of Representative Chaka Fattah is continued the week of May 31 - June 3.
Next month, Philadelphia will host the Democratic National Convention — and some Penn students are helping make that happen.
Two Muslim holidays, Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, will be added to the district’s official school calendar.
Some experts have accused the Philadelphia Water Department of having water testing methods that are “worse than Flint.”
The Pennsylvania House voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday for the bill that will make it easier to buy and sell beer, wine and liquor.
If you are looking for something different than the usual food choices within University City, check out these places.
Across campus, there are no lack of places to grab a bite if you're opting for something other than a dining hall.
Whether you're a Philadelphia native or new to the city, here are the figures to know in local and statewide politics:
The New York Times picked Philadelphia as the latest subject of its “36 Hours” travel series, and recommended starting out on Penn’s campus.
Philadelphia was featured after locales like Oahu, Amsterdam, Southeast London and Louisville.
The federal corruption trial against U.S. House of Representative Chaka Fattah continued the week of May 23 - 26.
While a small percentage of Penn students remain in Philadelphia for work after graduation, 64 percent of recent graduates from local and regional universities stayed in the city after graduation in 2014.
While the city and Penn prepare to welcome Miranda, the Founding Father's shadow looms in Philadelphia's history.
State Rep. Dwight Evans beat Chaka Fattah, a 1986 Fels Institute of Government graduate, by eight percentage points in the 2nd Congressional District Democratic primary.
After months of on campus voter registration, campaigning and opinionated Facebook protest today is primary day in Pennsylvania.
On Monday, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich stopped by the Penrose Diner in South Philadelphia to talk with Pennsylvania voters.
Active Cross Cultural Training in Our Neighborhoods ACTION, spent the day with students at the Andrew Jackson School to celebrate International Day, an event to celebrate Spanish language and culture.
Hillary Clinton came out in favor of the soda tax, but Bernie Sanders has opposed it.
Ahmir Thompson is the joint frontman of The Roots, the in-house band of ”The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
The Powel fourth grade class has been learning about gun violence in Philadelphia through a service-learning project with Need in Deed, a nonprofit that facilitates service-learning in classrooms.