Opioid addiction has become a crisis of epidemic proportion. In Thursday's Art of Aging, we meet a man who beat his addiction and is now working to help others.Sixty-four-year-old Gary Hendler is a radio host and board member of the Pennsylvania Council on Drug and Alcohol Abuse.He has been Clean and sober for more than 35 years.On his weekly radio show on WWDB-AM, he's committed to helping others battle their addictions.
Host Tamala Edwards and the Insiders weigh in on President Trump and the reported vulgarity he used in describing Africa and Haiti during a discussion on immigration.Other topics include Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner (D) asking for over 30 resignations in his office and how this will impact the criminal justice system and victims, Pa. Gov.
Host Monica Malpass welcomes Delaware Senator Chris Coons (D) to discuss the tone and temperature in Washington right now, what's on the agenda for 2018 and how he's moving the needle on bipartisanship in Congress.Our Insiders discuss the new Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner and City Controller Rebecca Rhynhart and what they'll bring to their respective offices.
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Ellen Pompeo just inked a huge new deal with major pay perks. In a super candid new interview, she details how she stood up for herself and how her boss helped not hurt her effort. More, on 6abc https://t.co/akBrBhmhzJ
A man in N Phila stopped into a bodega, his regular spot to grab a sandwich. As stunned people looked on, he was ambushed by two gunmen, who shot him 20 times. The latest, on 6abc https://t.co/nGUoMpnCTH
Our Carson is dealing with that injury, but his good heart isn’t stuck on the sidelines. Coming up on 6abc, how he continues make a difference for sick kids, this time a little boy in Delaware. https://t.co/Xv4t3GxfVL
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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