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MAY 09, 2016 - Huffington Post

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New York Wants To Make It Easier For New Yorkers To Say Their Piece

NEW YORK -- New York Mayor Bill de Blasio launched a website on Monday meant to open up the city government to greater scrutiny from the citizens it serves. On Monday, he announced the new site -- dubbed the city's "Digital Playbook" -- will aim to make more services available online, including tools that help citizens communicate with officials about, for example, ...

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MAY 09, 2016 - Philadelphia Inquirer

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U.S. Labor Department fines two Philly area firms for failing to pay minimum wage

Two Philadelphia companies that did not pay temporary workers the minimum wage agreed to pay $763,000 in back wages and damages to be distributed among 797 workers.

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MAY 09, 2016 - Philadelphia Inquirer

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Bike (and pedestrian) friendliness are big factors in home marketability

Nobody is suggesting just yet that America's love affair with the car is over. But the allure of other forms of transportation is undeniable as city living grows more popular in Philadelphia and across the country.

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MAY 08, 2016 - Philadelphia Inquirer

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By the airport's side, homes in first-timers' price range

You hear it at least several times an hour on the radio: an announcer giving the current temperature at Philadelphia International Airport.

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MAY 08, 2016 - Zero Hedge

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Ivy League Professor Suspected Of Terrorism For Doing Math On A Plane

Last week, American Airlines flight 3950 sat on the tarmac in Philadelphia waiting to take off for a quick flight to Syracuse. Seated together were two people who didn't know each other; a 40 year-old man with dark, curly hair and foreign accent, and a blonde haired thirty-something woman. The woman looked on as the man scribbled some foreign type ...

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