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A new poll finds that Philadelphians are concerned about the city's prospects, and take a dim view of its political leadership.
Philadelphia continues to struggle with real estate tax delinquency. Compare its practices to those of other U.S. cities.
How much do you know about The City of Brotherly Love? Test your knowledge of Philadelphia by the numbers with our new 12-question quiz.
Learn more about the shift in Philadelphia's property tax burden from commercial to residential properties under the city's new plan.
Take an interactive look at how Philadelphia - America's fifth-largest city - compares to nine other major U.S. cities.
What happens to the buildings of shuttered schools? Watch the story of two former Philadelphia school buildings.
View the interactive map to see how much a hypothetical family pays in property, income and sales taxes in Philadelphia versus the suburbs.
View the interactive of recent changes in city and metropolitan populations for the biggest city in the nation's 30 largest metro areas.
Find out the changing demands and future challenges of urban libraries in Philadelphia and other major U.S. cities.
Is your state's workforce development program a success? Compare job placement and retention rates for publicly funded programs nationwide.
Which city council members make the most or have held office the longest? Compare attributes of city council members in 15 localities.
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