Federal judge to rule on Stein recount push Monday

Federal judge to rule on Stein recount push Monday

On Monday, a federal judge plans to issue a ruling on Green Party candidate Jill Stein's push for a recount of Pennsylvania's presidential vote.

Cumberland County strives to end chronic homelessness by 2020

Cumberland County strives to end chronic homelessness by 2020

Cumberland officials and a slew of nonprofit, health care, and faith leaders announced an ambitious plan to end chronic homelessness in the South Jersey county in three years by offering permanent housing to qualified

Investigation begins into alleged sex abuse of inmates in Lackawanna prison, cover-up

Investigation begins into alleged sex abuse of inmates in Lackawanna prison, cover-up

Guards gave female inmates cigarettes then pressured them into sexual favors. Some women were forced to undress for prison employees. Other female prisoners say they were raped while in solitary confinement. And, if the

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Joe Biden would have destroyed Donald Trump
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Joe Biden would have destroyed Donald Trump

Biden is the left's verbal equivalent to Trump, a self-confident bomb thrower with real middle class grit whose ability to connect with working class voters would have disarmed Trump.

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Essay: In fighting sanctuary cities, Pat Toomey acts against his own history

In December 1911, Wilbur Franklin Phelps was finishing up his first year publishing The Menace. Phelps was “courteous, kindly, and approachable,” a colleague wrote, the Sunday school sort who wore a white collar, tiepin,

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Cumberland County strives to end chronic homelessness by 2020

Cumberland County strives to end chronic homelessness by 2020

Cumberland officials and a slew of nonprofit, health care, and faith leaders announced an ambitious plan to end chronic homelessness in the South Jersey county in three years by offering permanent housing to qualified

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Parents face dilemma with tongue-tied babies: to snip or not to snip

Parents face dilemma with tongue-tied babies: to snip or not to snip

Is a procedure aimed at fixing breastfeeding complications a medical necessity, or trendy diagnosis?

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