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November 4, 2015
HE LIED. We suspected as much, but now Philly boxer Yusaf Mack is outright admitting that he lied about being drugged into doing gay sex for a XXX-rated porn flick. "I was ashamed," the former champ told me yesterday. "I'm sorry for lying. I've always been curious. " By now, you've probably heard about Mack and the infamous "Holiday Hump'n" sex tape circulating that shows him engaging in a steamy threesome with two other hunky men. It's been the talk. Not just in Philly but nationwide.
SPORTS
October 6, 2010
The Phillies' postseason is live on philly.com. Look for: Live game updates. Live chats with other fans. Breaking news from throughout baseball's postseason. Video reports and complete coverage from Daily News sports writers. Plus, David Murphy's Phillies blog, High Cheese.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 14, 2011 | Associated Press
Sometimes, a fashion launch is just too enticing. Target Inc.'s entire website crashed Tuesday, the day the cheap-chic retailer launched the online sale of its limited offerings of Missoni for Target, a partnership with the Italian luxury knitwear designer. The collection, which ranges from plates to clothes, is priced at a fraction of the real duds. Items include a dinnerware set for $31 featuring the trademark zigzag patterns, $29.99 silk floral dresses, and $12.99 bath towels.
NEWS
November 30, 2012 | By Omar L. Gallaga, AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN
AUSTIN, Texas - The woman, a test subject, sits at a computer listening to a set of scripted instructions. "Tell me what you think, not what I want you to think. You can leave at any time. I'm here to learn about how travelers obtain traffic and road construction information through a website. " Conducting the test is a University of Texas master's in information science student, Donna Habersaat. She watches and answers questions as the test subject clicks and scrolls through drivetexas.org, a Texas Department of Transportation website for travelers.
NEWS
January 22, 2016 | By Michael Boren, Staff Writer
A website called "djcreatoisinnocent.com" suggests that David "D.J. " Creato Jr., the Haddon Township father charged with killing his 3-year-old son, Brendan, is innocent and that someone else could be responsible. It's not known who created the website. An attorney for Creato's family said they were not involved and called the website counterproductive. The creators refer to themselves as "writers" and "authors" but do not disclose their identity, saying that they fear retribution and that other readers' opinions are "not welcome.
NEWS
May 22, 2015 | By Tricia L. Nadolny, Inquirer Staff Writer
The morning after Tuesday's election, Philadelphia City Council's website was hacked and replaced by a sparse black Web page with white text reading: "I am Muslim & Islam is my way of Life. " On Twitter, Cyber ComandOs, a group that identifies itself as a Muslim hacker team, took responsibility for the cyber attack. Efforts to reach the Cyber ComandOs were unsuccessful. City government sites, which are hosted separately from Council's, were not affected by the breach, according to Jane Roh, spokeswoman for Council President Darrell L. Clarke.
NEWS
April 25, 2015 | Chris Brennan, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Democratic primary for mayor went negative this week with a website whose caustic tone spread like an Internet virus to other campaigns. State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams launched ProgressivePhilly.com, which suggested that former City Councilman James F. Kenney and former District Attorney Lynne M. Abraham had been soft on rogue cops in their political careers. Kenney's campaign, during the taping of a debate to be aired Thursday evening on Fox29, issued an e-mail hitting Abraham on some of the same issues raised by the Williams website.
NEWS
March 23, 2013 | INQUIRER STAFF
The City and Philadelphia Gas Works set up a website Friday that officials said will track the effort to sell the city-owned utility. The site, www.exploringasale.com , has sections on how a sale would affect PGW customers, employees and the business community, background material and an FAQ. Over objections of unionized gas workers and the city's public advocate, the commission that oversees PGW voted in January to hire a team of lawyers,...
NEWS
October 28, 2013 | By Robert Calandra, For The Inquirer
Holly Phares was a mouse click away from becoming the first, and she was psyched. "I want to 'confirm,' " she proclaimed to the three people gathered at the Resources for Human Development office in Roxborough. Everyone stared at the screen bearing the words "Confirm and Save Your Health Care Plan" as Phares positioned the cursor and clicked. Since the health-insurance marketplace opened Oct. 1, RHD has not enrolled one client using the federal Healthcare.gov website. It wasn't for a lack of trying.
NEWS
February 3, 2014 | By Robert Calandra, For The Inquirer
Four months ago, the healthcare.gov website wasn't looking so dandy to Ted Trevorrow. The insurance veteran and freshly certified Affordable Care Act navigator was shaken by the exchange's disastrous rollout and the cascade of Web errors that followed. "It took some luster off the ACA," said Trevorrow, speaking at Resources for Human Development's office in Roxborough. But these days much of that luster has returned to the site's bronze, silver, gold, and platinum plans. The website has rallied.
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NEWS
January 22, 2016 | By Michael Boren, Staff Writer
A website called "djcreatoisinnocent.com" suggests that David "D.J. " Creato Jr., the Haddon Township father charged with killing his 3-year-old son, Brendan, is innocent and that someone else could be responsible. It's not known who created the website. An attorney for Creato's family said they were not involved and called the website counterproductive. The creators refer to themselves as "writers" and "authors" but do not disclose their identity, saying that they fear retribution and that other readers' opinions are "not welcome.
NEWS
January 14, 2016
ISSUE | MEDIA A Philadelphia gift H.F. "Gerry" Lenfest, the owner of Philadelphia Media Network, has provided great news for the city with his landmark gift of his and our daily newspapers and website. It feels as though professional journalism has been saved, at least here. A nonprofit institute created by the venerable Philadelphia Foundation will operate the for-profit enterprise, making this journalism advance credible now and for the future. While the first three estates of government are troubled and stymied, it's important that the fourth estate have strength if we are to governmentally and individually adapt to changing times and our democracy is to thrive.
NEWS
January 13, 2016 | By Jeff Gammage, STAFF WRITER
A crowd of about 75 people turned out at the National Constitution Center this morning as the owner of The Inquirer and its sister publications signed a ceremonial document marking his donation of the news organizations to a new media institute. "What would the city be without the Inquirer and the Daily News?" asked H.F. "Gerry" Lenfest, who until his gift was the sole owner of The Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com website. No TV, radio or internet portal can match the news agencies in-depth coverage, he said.
NEWS
January 12, 2016 | By Jan Hefler, Staff Writer
A South Jersey riverfront town is planting historical markers along its streets, though the majority of sites being commemorated disappeared long ago. Such is the fate of historic structures that aren't preserved - in Delran Township, they will live on only in small blue signs. The township's 30-by-30-inch signs will have plenty of company. More than 81,000 markers worldwide have been photographed and cataloged on the Historical Marker Database website, which was created 10 years ago. J.J. Prats, the editor and publisher of the website (hmdb.org)
NEWS
January 7, 2016 | By Linda Loyd, Inquirer Staff Writer
Nervous about flying and airline safety? AirlineRatings.com released on Tuesday its annual survey of the world's 20 safest airlines for passenger travel. For the third year, the Australian airline Qantas topped the list of 407 airlines monitored. AirlineRatings.com, which began its annual listing in 2013, said Qantas is the world's oldest continuously operating airline and over its 95-year history has an "extraordinary record" with no recorded fatalities. The safety and product rating website looked at audits from aviation governing bodies, government audits, the airlines' fatality and incident records, and operational histories.
NEWS
January 7, 2016
BERWYN - The Tredyffrin/Easttown School District received top honors in the Niche.com rankings, based on statistics from the U.S. Department of Education and student and parent reviews in areas including academics, teacher quality, student life, and school resources. The district, which has eight schools, including Conestoga High School, received an A-plus in every category, save for an A in sports and fitness, and a B in student culture and diversity. It has an average graduation rate of 99 percent and SAT scores well above the national average, according to Niche.
BUSINESS
November 13, 2015 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Not all daily fantasy sports operators are gearing up to fight the industry's latest setback. Four smaller daily fantasy sports sites - TopLine Game Labs L.L.C., which operates fantasy site DailyMVP; DraftDay; DraftOps; and MondoGoal Trading Ltd., an international platform focused on soccer - told Bloomberg News they will stop letting users from New York enter their paid contests. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Tuesday ordered the two biggest daily fantasy sites, DraftKings Inc. and FanDuel Inc., to cease operations in the state.
NEWS
November 4, 2015
HE LIED. We suspected as much, but now Philly boxer Yusaf Mack is outright admitting that he lied about being drugged into doing gay sex for a XXX-rated porn flick. "I was ashamed," the former champ told me yesterday. "I'm sorry for lying. I've always been curious. " By now, you've probably heard about Mack and the infamous "Holiday Hump'n" sex tape circulating that shows him engaging in a steamy threesome with two other hunky men. It's been the talk. Not just in Philly but nationwide.
SPORTS
October 23, 2015
THE INDEPENDENT league Camden Riversharks announced on their website on Wednesday that they were "ceasing operations immediately" after failing to come to an agreement with the Camden County Improvement Authority, a branch of the Camden County government that purchased Campbell's Field, the 15-year-old ballpark, in April for $3.5 million. "We would like to thank our partners and fans for supporting the club for 15 memorable seasons," read the statement on the team's website. "We did everything we could to keep affordable, family entertainment alive and well in Camden.
NEWS
October 6, 2015 | BY JOE BRANDT, Daily News Staff Writer brandtj@phillynews.com, 215-854-4890
COLLEGES AND universities in and around Philadelphia are bolstering police patrols today after federal agencies notified them of a threat made on an Internet post. The threat was posted Friday on 4chan, the same website that carried postings threatening a school in the "northwest" the day before nine people were slain at an Oregon college, a law-enforcement source with knowledge of the Philly threat confirmed to the Daily News yesterday. "This is only the beginning . . . " the Philly-area threat says.
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