Philly Police Commissioner Apologizes For Infamous Starbucks ArrestsThe two men who were arrested for trespassing at a Philadelphia Starbucks have received an apology from the city's Police Commissioner.
One Dead, Seven Injured After Southwest Airlines Engine Blow OutA Southwest Airlines flight made an emergency landing in Philadelphia Tuesday after an apparent engine explosion caused damage to the plane and left passengers terrified.
Starbucks To Close Stores On Afternoon Of May 29 For Bias TrainingThe coffee giant Starbucks is trying to resolve perhaps the company’s worst PR problem in its history.
Starbucks To Train Workers On 'Unconscious Bias,' CEO SaysA new piece of training is coming to Starbucks employees after last week’s controversial situation at a Pennsylvania location.
Police Capture Cow That Escaped From Nativity Scene TwiceThe bovine that goes by the name "Stormy" is currently in custody after police apprehended it at a parking garage in the Old City section of Philadelphia.
Severe Turbulence Leaves American Air Passengers All Shook Up
Philly Fans Give Everyone The Boos They WantedThe City of Brotherly Love turned a boring event into an entertaining show as about 100,000 vocal fans gave everyone what they wanted and expected from Philadelphia: Boos!
LA County Prosecutors Reject Cosby Sex ChargesLos Angeles County prosecutors have declined to charge Bill Cosby with sexually abusing two teenagers in 1965 and 2008, citing time limits and a lack of evidence.
Bill Cosby Tweets Message To Friends, Familyill Cosby has tweeted a brief message to fans following his arrest on a sexual assault charge.
No. 13 Miami Hands La Salle Worst Loss In History, 95-49Ivan Cruz Uceda scored 20 points and Tonye Jekiri had 10 points and 14 rebounds to lead No. 13 Miami to a 95-49 win over La Salle on Tuesday night.
No. 13 Hurricanes Hit The Road To Face La SalleThe Miami Hurricanes are having a strong season, gradually making their way up the Top 25.
Pope Francis Wraps Up Joyful US Visit With Big Open-Air MassPope Francis urged hundreds of thousands of the faithful gathered Sunday for the biggest event of his U.S. visit to be open to "miracles of love," closing out his joyful six-day trip with a message of hope for families, consolation for victims of child sexual abuse and a warning to America's bishops.