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Keep calm and carry on — for the sake of your health

June 16, 2015 By MARJORIE MILLER Reacting positively to stressful situations may play a key role in long-term health, according to researchers. more »»

Vast digital data warehouse raises health overhaul privacy concerns

June 16, 2015 By RICARDO ZALDIVAR The Associated Press A government data warehouse stores personal information forever on millions of people who seek coverage under President Barack Obama’s health care law,... more »»

Wolf, Senate GOP fisticuffs grip Capitol amid budget talks

June 15, 2015 By MARC LEVY Associated Press HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s top state senator was leaving Gov. more »»

The U.S. corporate tax rate isn’t a threat to business, but crumbling infrastructure is

June 15, 2015 By SCOTT KLINGER Our country’s once-robust infrastructure has played a vital role in the success of our economy. more »»

Strict sentences come under fire

June 15, 2015 By RILEY YATES The (Allentown) Morning Call ALLENTOWN — When a Bethlehem drug dealer was arrested last year, police found heroin and marijuana in his apartment, where he kept most of his stash in th... more »»

A woman is dead because the Constitution is ignored — again

June 13, 2015 By CHARLES C.W. COOK Carol Bowne is dead — murdered in cold blood on her own property by a violent criminal who would not be restrained by good intentions. more »»

Why must Americans foot the bill to clean up a foreign sport?

June 12, 2015 The competent Loretta Lynch can no doubt handle the job of cleansing professional soccer of widespread corruption. But why is that the U.S. attorney general’s job? One must ask. more »»

Texas: A state of disaster

June 12, 2015 By ROBERT B. REICH As extreme weather marked by tornadoes and flooding continues to sweep across Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott has requested — and President Obama has granted — federal help. more »»

Our company has changed, but our commitment has not

June 11, 2015 The PPL Corp. family of companies has change. more »»

Pennsylvania budgets: The good, bad and the ugly

June 11, 2015 June, that most beautiful of months, is associated with some of life’s larger pleasures: the beginning of summer, annual vacations, school graduations, Fathers Day, June brides — and, of course,... more »»

Supreme Court fails victims again

June 10, 2015 The U.S. Supreme Court has a very mixed track record when it comes to protecting women. As a domestic violence advocate, criminologist, and activist for a decade, I am deeply concerned that the U. more »»

Tax debate heats up as lawmakers, Wolf talk budget

June 9, 2015 By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. more »»

Stand by those who protect us

June 9, 2015 By SCOTT CONKLIN The unseasonably cooler June weather is not the only thing that’s having a chilling effect in the Capitol this month. more »»

Government censorship on the rise

June 8, 2015 By BETSY McCAUGHEY Cities and counties across the U.S. are banning advertising about religion, politics, abortion, environmental causes — any topic that risks offending people. more »»

Pennsylvania should join national trend of considering shared parenting post-divorce

June 8, 2015 By STEPHEN MEEHAN More than one-third of our nation’s states are taking steps toward allowing more children to grow up with both parents in their lives when parents split, and now is the time for... more »»

The gift of freedom

June 6, 2015 By BRYAN GOLDEN On Independence Day we celebrate the gift of freedom given to us 239 years ago by the founders of our great nation. Freedom is as precious as life itself. more »»

‘The last full measure of devotion’

June 6, 2015 By ED FEULNER “If you can read this, thank a teacher,” begins a saying you can find on t-shirts and bumper stickers. “If you can read it in English, thank a veteran. more »»

The preferred definition of public servant

June 5, 2015 By GREG ALLEN What visual images cascade through your mind when you think of a public servant? Is it a fireman dashing into a burning building to save a helpless child? Or is it a police officer... more »»

To keep good workers, some employers are trapping them

June 5, 2015 By FROMA HARROP In olden days, the way you kept good workers was to pay them more. That’s no longer the case in many jobs. more »»

Let’s talk about how to make concept of ‘free’ community college tuition work

June 5, 2015 By GENE BUDIG And ALAN HEAPS Earlier this year, President Obama introduced a plan “to make community college as free and universal as high school. more »»



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