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Home Sales Hot in South Philly

Home sales in Philadelphia are up and experts say this is a good sign of economic strength in the city. Full story

Pennsylvania sues county giving gays marriage licenses despite ban

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - The state of Pennsylvania is suing a suburban Philadelphia county that by Wednesday had issued 36 marriage licenses to gay couples despite a state ban on same-sex nuptials. Full story

Men to Stand Trial in Philly Bystander Slaying

Three men charged in a shooting outside a north Philadelphia bar that claimed the life of a woman just after Thanksgiving were ordered Wednesday to stand trial. Murder, conspiracy and weapons charges were ordered held for court following a preliminary hearing for 20-year-old Byron McDonald, 34-ye Full story

Renovated Ben Franklin Museum reopening in Philly

A Philadelphia museum dedicated to the city's most famous Founding Father is reopening after nearly two years of renovations. Full story

Philly Teachers to Corbett: "We Will Not Settle"

Philadelphia teachers rallied in North Philadelphia today against the school district's demands for union concessions. The district has asked for $133 million a year in give-backs and changes to work rules. Full story

15 bikes in charity ride stolen from Philly pub

Philadelphia police are searching for the suspects who stole 15 specialized bikes being stored at a downtown Philadelphia pub after a charity ride supporting the families of police officers killed in the line of duty. Full story

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3 hurt in drive-by shooting in north Philadelphia

Pa. woman claims winning $131.5M Powerball ticket

Goats Join Grounds Crew at Local College

Apollo Auditions Bring Out the Best & Peculiar

Medford police: Father of attempted-murder suspect threatened quadriplegic victim

State police: Philadelphia man loses gamble over stolen wallet

Philadelphia natural gas blast injures eight, destroys three homes

Philadelphia latest U.S. city to sue big banks in Libor scandal

Locals Weigh in on Pope's Statement on Gay Priests

Philadelphia sees record rain; airport loses power

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  Good morning Daily Rundown from Philadelphia!

Mitchell and Isaac Saft share Monday’s #TDRGoodMorning.

  Morial: No more time for sleeping, backward thinking. Time for thinking ahead.

Marc Morial joins Alex Witt and reacts to Sybrina Fulton’s comments at the National Urban League’s convention.

  Davis: 'We have to put the resources where the needs on are'

Congressman and member of the Congressional Black Caucus, Danny Davis, D-Ill., joins Alex Witt to talk about the National Urban League’s Annual Conference in Philadelphia. They discuss race in the United States and how the conversation is changing. Rep. Davis underscores the importance of educationa

  National Urban League head: Stand Your Ground laws should be repealed

The National Urban League's Marc Morial joins Morning Joe to discuss the organization's annual conference held in Philadelphia and the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial.

  How should the conversation on race in America proceed?

National Urban League president and CEO Marc Morial says that President Barack Obama needs to move the national conversation on race beyond words and into actions, and he calls on Congress to end its “assault on disadvantaged Americans.”

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