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The wildfires in the West have burned up millions of acres, taken dozens of lives, destroyed thousands of homes, cost enormous amounts of money to combat and, yes, they are connected to climat…

For almost everyone in America, life has changed this year. It’s about to change much more.

In the Sept. 10 edition of The Era, Dr. K. James Evans wrote a disparaging article about our president, Donald J. Trump, accusing him of “irresponsible and cowardly statements” concerning our …

After Joe Biden secured the Democratic presidential nomination, there was a lot of talk about how he was going to campaign differently than Hillary Clinton, especially in Pennsylvania.

A barbershop owner, church deacon and former board member of the McKeesport Business Authority has received a pardon from Gov. Tom Wolf for felony drug charges in 1993.

Debbie Mott’s recent letter to the editor doesn’t support the facts. Our president DID NOT report things about COVID-19 in a timely fashion. In fact, he downplayed it to be a hoax and it would…

ALLENTOWN (TNS) — The lights went on again Friday night in some high school football stadiums across Pennsylvania, the first games since the state Supreme Court ruled Gov. Tom Wolf couldn’t ca…

Over the past several years, a new certainty was added to death and taxes: Jared Kushner would fail in his role as the administration’s Middle East point man.

So Bob Woodward went out and found the “named source” Trumpists were clamoring for: Boss Trump himself.

Joining the effort to avert the destruction of our republic in the coming election, I am not asking my Democrat friends to vote for President Trump.

HARRISBURG (TNS) — Pennsylvania, please don’t be like New York—at least not in the amount of time it takes to count mailed ballots.

That cable news companies are ratings-driven isn’t news to anyone. But an MSNBC producer resigning on principle and publishing a letter decrying the “cancer” of cable outlets?

Pennsylvania continued a gradual reopening last week with Gov. Wolf increasing the capacity limit for indoor dining from 25% to 50% beginning Sept. 21, schools launching various combinations o…

The latest hammer of a book to fall on President Donald Trump is Bob Woodward’s soon-to-be-released “Rage,” and it’s his own words that are the issue.

In the real world — that is to say, the non-televised part of our lives remote from social media — we would shun somebody who went around spreading ugly rumors about neighbors, relatives or co…

How do you stand up to a mob? Lauren Victor, urban planner and Washington, D.C., resident, demonstrated as much on Aug. 24.

The Trump-Russia investigation effectively ended on July 24, 2019, the day special counsel Robert Mueller testified on Capitol Hill. Mueller’s halting presentation of his 400-plus-page report …

High-tech safety systems such as automatic braking and lane-change warnings have become standard on many new vehicles, and federal regulations now require back-up cameras on all new cars.

On Sept. 11, 2001, a field near Shanksville became a shrine — both battlefield and resting place for the passengers and crew of United 93, the fourth plane hijacked by terrorists that day.

“Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man wealthy, healthy and wise,” is a saying of Benjamin Franklin’s, meaning he must have gone to bed early. Now, members of a Washington, D.C., government…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi seemed to be one of the few San Franciscans unaware that hair salons were off-limits because of the pandemic restrictions. At least that was her excuse for having he…

Ever since Gov. Tom Wolf declared the COVID-19 public health emergency in March, Republican legislative leaders have complained that he has exceeded his authority under the state’s constitutio…

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated a tremendous gap between students who have access to the technology for distance learning and those who don’t. Unfortunately, efforts to close that digit…

Ask people what comes to mind with the mention of “Labor Day,” and you will most likely hear two responses: “Back to school” and “Can’t wear white.”