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An Ocean County couple was sentenced to seven years in prison for using their home improvement companies to steal over $1.4 million from homeowners whose homes were damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

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Markelle Fultz's shot still isn't right, and there's no way to know when it will be. The Sixers plan to start him, but maybe only in the first half.

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Pennsylvania flunking when it comes to higher education| Editorial

State leaders should think of higher education as a form of economic development - a policy it spends $867 million on already - because college graduates help build a strong economy.

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With football in play, N.J. reports 'explosive growth' in legal sports betting

Only four months after launch, sports betting already accounts for 8.5 percent of total New Jersey gaming revenue.

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Scott Wagner says he'll 'stomp all over' Gov. Wolf's face in heated campaign message

"Well, Governor Wolf, let me tell you, between now and November 6, you better put a catcher's mask on your face. Because I'm going to stomp all over your face with golf spikes because I'm gonna win this for the state of Pennsylvania."

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Carson Wentz able to lift the Eagles when needed most in win over Giants

With the Eagles at a decisive point in the season, Carson Wentz had his best game this year in Thursday's win over the Giants.

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Carson Wentz able to lift the Eagles when needed most in win over Giants

With the Eagles at a decisive point in the season, Carson Wentz had his best game this year in Thursday's win over the Giants.

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Accused Bucks County bomber's girlfriend charged with aiding him

Tina Smith, 31, is accused of helping her boyfriend detonate homemade bombs throughout upper Bucks County.

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Q&A: New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast talks toons, Trump and drawing with sensitivity

The cartoonist will be in Philadelphia on Wednesday to receive Moore College's Visionary Woman Award.

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Can 'Nova' showing us what brains really look like on drugs change the way we see addiction?

PBS series tries to fight stigma with science with a hard but hopeful look at addiction and how to treat it.

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Phillies enter intriguing offseason with difficult roster decisions

Even before the Phillies decide whether Bryce Harper or Manny Machado makes more sense for them, they must make choices about several players already on the roster.

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Burlco town, affordable-housing advocates reach truce in court battle

The agreement by Delran to add nearly 200 affordable units follows a battle between the township and housing advocates.

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In the age of Xfinity Live, remembering an earlier Philadelphia ballpark bar | Frank's Place

When you walked into Charlie Quinn's Deep Right Field Cafe, the small tavern across 20th Street from Connie Mack Stadium, the scent of history and spilled beer smacked you in the face.

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Alshon Jeffery is the anti-Odell, and that's just fine with the Eagles | Mike Sielski

Jeffery had seven catches, including two for touchdowns, in Thursday's victory over the Giants. "As long as we win," he said, "that's all I care about."

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Sixers now preaching patience with Markelle Fultz amid still-high expectations

Markelle Fultz's shot still isn't right, and there's no way to know when it will be. The Sixers plan to start him, but maybe only in the first half.

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Will Trump let Saudis get away with alleged murder of Jamal Khashoggi? | Trudy Rubin

Trump has a history of tolerating assasinations by autocrats he likes; giving the Saudis a pass will encourage more murders.

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