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The far right’s undermining of American elections is an ongoing threat to the nation’s future. An Arizona state Senate-commissioned “audit” of November ballots is not just a regional farce, bu…

The International Olympic Committee should postpone this summer’s Tokyo Games or cancel them altogether.

HARRISBURG — State policymakers tend to get easily sidetracked to focus on issues demanding immediate attention. This often means the overshadowing of existing priorities.

When the coronavirus crisis closed classrooms a year ago, many anti-hunger advocates credited a swiftly approved waiver from the federal Agriculture Department for helping many low-income fami…

President Joe Biden’s American Families Plan contains a long list of potential investments aimed at revitalizing the country, but one proposal in particular is long overdue: paid family leave.

ALLENTOWN (TNS) — Pennsylvania is poised to resume normal activities on Memorial Day, with one big exception — wearing masks.

As the human race takes a beat to consider its relationship with Mother Earth, the next great environmental cleanup in Pennsylvania may be at hand.

More than 1,500 colleges nationwide no longer require prospective students to submit standardized test scores with their applications. Some are abandoning standardized testing altogether.

Sunday is Mother’s Day. How do I know? When I was talking on the phone with my cousin the other day, he said, “If I don’t see you before Sunday, happy Mother’s Day.”

Perhaps blind to the irony, former President Donald Trump took to the newly created news feed on his website Wednesday to blast Facebook, Twitter and Google for muzzling him.

College tuition nationwide has become a proverbial runaway train, with some researchers estimating an average of an 8% increase in tuition costs each year. Bucking that trend is Pennsylvania’s…

In the nine elections between 1980 and 2012, candidates with one of three names — Bush, Cheney and Romney — appeared on the GOP’s national ticket nine times. Yet today, those names are all rev…

It is past time for the feds to take the wheel on an investigation of so-called self-driving vehicles.

Thanks to President Joe Biden and the Democratic Congress, the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan was passed to immediately help Pennsylvanians weather the twin crises of the COVID-19 pandemic…

No one should be surprised by President Joe Biden’s announcement last week of the American Families Plan, which would fund vastly expanded government social programs by slapping high earners w…

In the days preceding President Joe Biden’s release of his $1 trillion American Families Plan, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and several of his Democratic colleagues lobbied for it to include a …

For the second time in two years, a federal judge has faulted the FBI for improperly searching for information about Americans amid the emails, texts and other communications collected by a fo…

COLUMBUS, Ohio — On the Feast of St. Catherine of Siena, the 14th-century saint, I was surrounded by Dominican friars, priests who have dedicated their lives to God. Remembering her, we sang: …

The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, which stocks certain state waterways with millions of trout each year, is experimenting with stocking trout in a portion of Bald Eagle Creek in Centr…

For many families, it’s college time. High school seniors are getting acceptance letters. Juniors are making applications. Parents are filling out financial aid paperwork and taking the family…