By Erin McCarthy | Inquirer.com The rise in reported acts of hate has left people in the Asian community shaken and traumatized, constantly on edge, and worried they or a loved one could be the next person assaulted or killed. Stephen Kulp was walking on a Center City street this summer, adjusting his face mask [...]
By Erin McCarthy and Michael Klein | Inquirer.com The idea of drinks at a bar on Easter Sunday is a real possibility throughout much of Pennsylvania, as Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday announced an easing of restrictions at restaurants outside of Philadelphia. Effective April 4, Wolf said, restaurants will be allowed to seat up to [...]
Solomon Jones | SolomonJones.com Last week ended with the news that President Trump and the first lady tested positive for COVID-19, and this week, things got even crazier. We learned that Trump’s oxygen levels dropped more than once. We learned that he was transported to Walter Reed military hospital. We learned that he was being treated with [...]
Solomon Jones | Inquirer.com Hours before a presidential debate that erased the boundaries of political decorum, I spoke to Democratic Vice Presidential nominee, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris. I asked her about the concerns of Black Philadelphians—a community that could very well decide the election. In the state’s most populous city, where African Americans make up nearly [...]
Beginning September 26, Elizabeth Wellington — fashion columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer — will appear every Friday at 8:00 a.m. on Wake Up With WURD to discuss fashion trends, pop culture, and hot news. Tune in every Friday to get caught up on the latest!