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"Like so many issues we are forced to talk about during this presidency, this isn't a real idea or a real proposal, it's just another scare tactic."
Cities and states around the country are banning stores from refusing to accept cash, and it’s a troubling trend for Amazon
The backlash against cashless stores is troubling news for expanding cashless chains like Amazon Go.
A Philadelphia man was robbed and killed after delivering a pizza to an abandoned house — and police say it fits into a recent pattern
On Tuesday, someone ordered a pizza in Philadelphia. Bobby Jenkins, 30, made the delivery to the abandoned house, where he was robbed and killed.
A longtime homicide detective is accused of raping and groping dozens of young men who were victims or suspects in cases he investigated
Philip Nordo, 52, an ex-homicide detective in Philadelphia, is accused of grooming and sexually assaulting dozens of men over the course of years.
The tallest skyscrapers build in 2018 are mostly in China, with the exception of a few giant structures in Philadelphia and Malaysia.
A new report looked at housing data in 45 US cities to figure out which ones have the biggest homes. Keep reading to see which 15 American cities have the biggest homes.
Forget Airbnb: The wealthy are spending months at a time in luxury extended-stay hotels that can cost upwards of $4,000 per month
For wealthy families and individuals who want the coziness of an Airbnb without the unpredictability and extra hassle, an increasingly popular option is to stay in luxury extended-stay hotels. At Roost Apartment Hotels, a monthly stay will cost you between roughly $4,200 and $12,300.
The CDC is investigating 2 separate American Airlines flights after 12 passengers became ill with flu-like symptoms
A dozen American Airlines passengers on two separate flights from Paris and Munich fell ill with flu-like symptoms at Philadelphia International Airport on Thursday. The incident comes one day after an Emirates jet was quarantined at JFK Airport.
A Philadelphia refiner has a $120 million plan to create a machine that turns food scraps into natural gas
In Philadelphia, two companies have unveiled a $120 million plan to create an anaerobic digester. The machine would turn municipal food scraps into natural gas, which would be marketed to buses, trucks, and fleet vehicles.
Starbucks is under fire for its treatment of black customers, but baristas say they’ve also experienced racism at the chain
In interviews with Business Insider, former and current Starbucks baristas say they have faced racial discrimination, often from customers. Some baristas feel that they cannot speak up about customer racism.