LISTEN: How to Really Run a City, Episode 2

Episode 2 of the How to Really Run a City podcast stars Michael Nutter, Kasim Reed and Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, who just may be the smartest climate crusader in politics

By Jessica Blatt Press

Hey, Philly: Let’s hire a mayor!

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff

ChatGPT is Not the End of Writing

A longtime university president and writing expert advises against banning the new AI bot — but to use it to teach more effective thinking that is purely human

By Elaine Maimon

Things to Do in Philly this Weekend

Things to do this weekend in Philly include Black History Month events, a historic museum opening, drag brunch, puppy bowl and ... the Super Bowl!

By Emma Riverso and Lauren McCutcheon

Ideas We Should Steal: Information Literacy Education

New Jersey became the first state to require schools teach K-12 students how to tell fact from fiction — a critical skill in preserving democracy

By Courtney DuChene

Guest Commentary: “Help me! Mom, help me!”

Almost 50 years ago, Philadelphia had its own Tyre Nichols moment. But as a legendary Inky reporter and editor recalls, it didn’t end quite the same way

By Bill Marimow

Listen: Ali Velshi on Qualified Immunity and Police Accountability

What is qualified immunity — and how does it protect police from accountability for their own wrongdoing?

By Ali Velshi

Cooperation Makes Good Environmental Policy

Republicans and Democrats have worked together for good, meaningful environmental regulation in the past. They should continue to do so in the new legislative session.

By Scott Martin