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The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States has left millions of people struggling to make ends meet. Massive government spending, especially the stimulus checks, has provided crucial relief. B…

After President Joe Biden’s recent overseas meetings, the United States and G-7 countries agreed to support further investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic. In a summit communi…

Gerry Crane had only been a music teacher at Byron Center High School outside of Grand Rapids, Michigan, for three years, but his impact on that western Michigan community was long-lasting.

WANTED: Trained security professionals to deal with elevated levels of crime and mayhem at risk to their own life and limb, while getting called racist oppressors and potentially thrown under …

Less than a penny a day. That’s the proposed increase on a dog license that would allow the state’s Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement to continue handling its numerous responsibilities, including …

America’s original independence day took place without muss or fuss, when the Continental Congress formally adopted the Declaration of Independence in 1776. A year later, to commemorate the bi…

The Supreme Court last week ruled against the city of Philadelphia, which was trying to prevent Catholic Social Services (CSS) from helping children in foster care get placed in homes, due to …

A key storyline of President Joe Biden’s overseas trip was how different Biden was from President Donald Trump, and indeed he was — except in one crucial area.

I was fishing one of my favorite trout streams on a recent evening, making my way down to a particularly favored spot — when I stopped short.

In recent years, more and more police departments have been choosing to strap their officers with body cameras — a move that boosts transparency in an era of skepticism about police authority.

As the Senate returns to work and faces a fistful of thorny issues — from upgrading infrastructure to upholding voting rights — the ghost of a man named Jim Jeffords haunts the Capitol.

Pennsylvanians headed out last year to rediscover the great outdoors in record numbers. From hiking to camping, to fishing and hunting, outdoor activities garnered increased participation.

Over the past 20 years, China has absorbed millions of U.S. jobs. It has stolen billions of dollars’ worth of intellectual property from American companies and made itself critical to global s…

HARRISBURG (TNS) — A new survey of Pennsylvania voters shows widespread support for some of the most central — and controversial — planks of an election reform bill drafted by House State Gove…

The reason Democrats in Washington are increasingly frustrated is because their legislative ambitions far outstrip their congressional majorities. They have no majority at all in the U.S. Sena…

The U.S. armed forces are widely considered the most formidable military force on the planet, the ultimate deterrent to foreign invasion and attack. However, there’s an invisible enemy breachi…

The state Legislature may not be able to stop the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s plan to toll the nine interstate highway bridges in the state, but that doesn’t mean lawmakers and…

FORT WORTH, Texas — Paxton Smith, the 2021 valedictorian at Richardson’s Lake Highlands High School, spoke at her commencement about her opposition to Texas’ recent abortion “heartbeat bill.”

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Mike Pence is determined not to be the modern version of William R. King, William A. Wheeler or Charles W. Fairbanks.

In recent days the U.S. Justice Department has taken positions that have disappointed Democrats and others because they defend legal arguments that the Trump administration espoused.

HR 1 has achieved sacrosanct status on the center-left, such that the nation’s democratic future is said to depend on it.

Polio has been nearly eliminated worldwide. In the six-and-a-half decades since my Salk vaccination, I have been unaware of any “socialized medicine” controversy clouding the effort to elimina…

The announcement of a new drug to treat Alzheimer’s disease was greeted this week with celebration and skepticism. The Food and Drug Administration approved the use of the drug Aduhelm over th…