After nearly two weeks of deliberations, the jury in the trial of Kermit Gosnell has convicted Gosnell of three of the five murder charges against him. Gosnell will face the penalty phase of his trial starting next Tuesday, when he could receive the death penalty.
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Penn alumnus and former Pennsylvania governor George Michael Leader died at his home in Hershey, Pa. today. He was 95 years old.
A car accident occurred at 34th and Walnut streets on Wednesday night.
Although the jury has yet to return its verdict, the trial of Kermit Gosnell has recently garnered attention from the national media and supporters from both sides of the pro-life, pro-choice divide.
The people have voted, and they have decided in favor of two Penn websites.
After court proceedings were called off Monday, the trial of Kermit Gosnell resumed Tuesday with the dismissal of three of the eight murder charges against Gosnell.
As the defense prepares to present its case in the trial of Kermit Gosnell, several students and experts gathered Tuesday night to discuss the implications of the allegations against him.
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As the University prepared to celebrate Making History at Penn Park, security guards rallied on Shoemaker Green to protest for an improved contract with AlliedBarton.
2012 College graduate Liza Elkin remembers people first thinking that the concussive blasts near her apartment were “cannons being fired on Patriots’ Day.”
Two Penn websites are in the running for what The New York Times has called the “Internet’s highest honor.”
For both its clients and the law students who work there, Penn Law School’s Gittis Center for Clinical Legal Studies is more than just a building on Sansom Street — it’s Penn Law’s very own “law firm.”
A bill before the Philadelphia City Council could extend the privileges of life partners and improve accommodations for transgendered individuals.
Heart-related operations might have been performed unnecessarily at University facilities.
There’s more than just oinks and moos at Penn School of Veterinary Medicine’s New Bolton Center.
The University of Pennsylvania and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have been embroiled in two lawsuits related to “groundbreaking” research conducted by Penn professors.
A lawsuit recently filed by Penn against a company by the name of “Wharton” hinges on the issue of alleged trademark infringement, among other allegations.
The decisions made by the Supreme Court in two cases it heard this week have the potential to redefine the institution of marriage in the United States.
In what students are denouncing as a “violation of [their] First Amendment rights,” the Division of Public Safety and the Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Program Initiatives announced Tuesday that they will be implementing a random Breathalyzer test for students entering and already inside of the Quad during this year’s Spring Fling.