Maryclaire Dale, The Associated Press

Maryclaire Dale

The Associated Press

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Maryclaire:

Sick child treated after migrant bus arrives in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A bus carrying 28 migrants from Texas arrived in Philadelphia on Wednesday, including a 10-year-old girl suffering from dehydration and a high fever who was whisked to a hospital for treatment. Advocates who welcomed them with coats and blankets as they arrived before dawn on a cold, drizzly morning said the families […] → Read More

Mexico depicts Philadelphia street scenes in anti-drug ads

The Mexican government is using video of homeless people and open-air drug users in Philadelphia’s embattled Kensington neighborhood in a national ad campaign to try to scare young people away from drugs → Read More

Influencers debate leaving Twitter, but where would they go?

Concerns over Twitter's future are weighing on many people who have come to rely on the relatively small but mighty platform that has become a digital public square of sorts for influencers, policy makers, journalists and other thought leaders → Read More

Influencers debate leaving Twitter, but where would they go?

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pariss Chandler built a community for Black tech workers on Twitter that eventually became the foundation for her own recruitment company. Now she’s afraid it could all fall apart if Twitter becomes a haven for racist and toxic speech under the control of Elon Musk, a serial provocateur who has indicated he […] → Read More

Influencers debate leaving Twitter, but where would they go?

Concerns over Twitter's future are weighing on many people who have come to rely on the relatively small but mighty platform that has become a digital public square of sorts → Read More

5 years on, key #MeToo voices take stock of the movement

Once again, disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein sits in a courtroom, on trial in Los Angeles while the reckoning the accusations against him launched marks a significant milestone this month: It’s been five years since a brief hashtag — #MeToo — galvanized a broad social movement. The Associated Press went back to Louisette Geiss and Andrea […] → Read More

5 years on, key #MeToo voices take stock of the movement

Once again, disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein sits in a courtroom, on trial in Los Angeles while the reckoning the accusations against him launched marks a significant milestone this month: It’s been five years since a brief hashtag — #MeToo — galvanized a broad social movement. The Associated Press went back to Louisette Geiss and Andrea […] → Read More

Philadelphia Trump supporters split verdict in weapons, election case

Prosecutors argued that Vets for Trump co-founder Joshua Macias and co-defendant Antonio LaMotta planned a mass shooting as vote counting in the 2020 presidential election continued. → Read More

Officer convicted of manslaughter in Black motorist’s death

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A white Philadelphia police officer was convicted Wednesday of voluntary manslaughter and a weapons charge in the fatal shooting of an unarmed Black motorist shot six seconds af… → Read More

Officer convicted of manslaughter in Black motorist's death

A white Philadelphia police officer was convicted Wednesday of voluntary manslaughter and a weapons charge in the fatal shooting of an unarmed Black motorist. → Read More

Utah family sues Little League and Pennsylvania furniture company for $50K over bunk bed fall, head injury

A Utah boy who suffered a serious head injury after falling from a bunk bed during last month’s Little League World Series has returned home from the hospital, and his family is suing the league and the Pennsylvania company that made the bed in a lawsuit. → Read More

Family sues Little League, furniture company over bunk bed fall, head injury

The negligence lawsuit said there was no railing on the top bunk. → Read More

Family sues Little League over bunk bed fall, head injury

A Utah boy who suffered a serious head injury after falling from a bunk bed during last month’s Little League World Series has returned home from the hospital and his family is suing the league and the company that made the bed. The family's lawyer, Ken Fulginiti, said Tuesday that 12-year-old Easton Oliverson has undergone three brain operations and is now experiencing seizures. The lawsuit… → Read More

White former officer on trial for killing Black motorist

A white Philadelphia police officer became distraught when he learned that a Black motorist he fatally shot after a high-speed chase was unarmed, his lawyer said as the ex-officer’s third-degree murder trial began Tuesday. → Read More

White former officer on trial for killing Black motorist

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A white Philadelphia police officer became distraught when he learned that a Black motorist he fatally shot after a high-speed chase was unarmed, his lawyer said as the ex-officer’s third-degree murder trial began Tuesday. Prosecutors said that former Officer Eric Ruch Jr. shot and killed Dennis Plowden Jr. less than six seconds […] → Read More

More Black NFL retirees win dementia cases in rescored tests

Two years after a pair of former players sued the NFL over the treatment of Black retirees in the league’s $1 billion concussion settlement, hundreds of men whose medical tests were rescored to eliminate race bias now qualify for awards. → Read More

More Black NFL retirees win dementia cases in rescored tests

Nearly 650 men have had their dementia tests automatically rescored, according to a report released Friday by the law firm handling claims against the NFL. → Read More

More Black NFL retirees win dementia cases in rescored tests

Hundreds of Black NFL retirees denied payouts in the $1 billion concussion settlement now qualify for awards after their tests were rescored to eliminate racial bias. → Read More

Some US clinics stop doing abortions as ruling takes hold

Abortion bans that were put on the books in some states in the event Roe v. Wade was overturned started automatically taking effect Friday, while clinics elsewhere — including Alabama, Texas and West Virginia — stopped performing abortions for fear of prosecution, sending women away in tears. → Read More

Some US clinics stop doing abortions as ruling takes hold

By eliminating the constitutional right to abortion that has stood for a half-century, the high court left the politically charged issue up to the states. → Read More