Pence courts support, seeks help getting out GOP vote during stops in Bucks, Montgomery

Pence courts support, seeks help getting out GOP vote during stops in Bucks, Montgomery

At a public speech in Bucks County yesterday, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence led off with a list of the strengths of his running mate, Donald Trump.

Fattah ally sentenced to probation; Evans tapped for special election

Fattah ally sentenced to probation; Evans tapped for special election

Veteran political operative Gregory Naylor, a member of former U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah's inner circle, was sentenced Tuesday to four years probation on charges that he helped steal public funds to support Fattah's failed 2007

N.J. lawmakers want federal investigation into soaring price for life-saving EpiPen

N.J. lawmakers want federal investigation into soaring price for life-saving EpiPen

A New Jersey lawmaker wants the U.S. Department of Justice to determine whether a massive increase in the cost for a potentially life-saving device amounts to price gouging.

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Op-ed: To stay relevant, libraries must rethink how they connect to communities
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Op-ed: To stay relevant, libraries must rethink how they connect to communities

Since the advent of the Internet, libraries no longer have a monopoly on information. Across the country, the changing digital landscape means that libraries need to rethink the role they play within communities.

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Op-ed: Impact fee on new Philly construction would support affordable housing

The city controller's latest economic report shows many promising signs for the City of Philadelphia's finances, driven largely by the continued boom of the real estate market. This is positive news in general, but not all

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Record label debuts with compositions from Curtis

Record label debuts with compositions from Curtis

One casualty of our online world has been the recording industry. Since the '90s, many record labels have folded or consolidated as listeners turned to digital downloads and free music on YouTube, instead of buying albums.

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Battling suicides in idyllic ski towns of the West

Battling suicides in idyllic ski towns of the West

Idyllic ski towns like Aspen, Colorado and Jackson Hole, Wyoming may seem like heaven to some, so why do they experience higher than average numbers of suicides each year? And what can be done to reverse the trend?

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