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Musings from Italy: Bike logic

October 17, 2014 I was riding my bike this afternoon. I often ride my bike here in Bologna, Italy, despite the fact that Bologna, and Italy in general, are not very bike-friendly. more »»

How ‘Big Brother’ watches you with metadata

October 16, 2014 Why did Bradley Cooper and Jessica Alba fail to record a tip when they paid their cabbies during New York City taxi rides back in 2013? Why was Cooper near a Mediterranean restaurant in Greenwich... more »»

Many insured struggle with medical bills

October 16, 2014 The Associated Press They have health insurance, but still no peace of mind. Overall, 1 in 4 privately insured adults say they doubt they could pay for a major unexpected illness or injury. more »»


October 15, 2014 Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson declared “War on Poverty.” It sounded great to me. I was taught at Princeton, “We’re a rich country. more »»

Ebola . . . and the 41M uninsured Americans

October 14, 2014 By FROMA HARROP With the first diagnosed case of the deadly Ebola virus in the United States located in Dallas, Texans are understandably alarmed. The patient just died. Gov. more »»

Why Pa. should not enact a gas severance tax

October 14, 2014 As the governor’s race heats up in Pennsylvania, one of the central issues is whether to enact a severance tax on natural ga. more »»

Pa.’s odd fellows: Corruption and reform

October 14, 2014 By G. TERRY MADONNA And MICHAEL YOUNG To address both corruption and reform in the same article about Pennsylvania presents a certain linguistic irony. more »»

Celebrating the 66th Flaming Foliage Festival

October 10, 2014 e echo the greetings and thank yous from all Renovo area residents and officials - particularly the volunteers - involved in and attending the 2014 version of the Pennsylvania State Flaming Foliage... more »»

Ideas for a better America

October 10, 2014 By GLENN MOLLETTE America is experiencing some tough times, but it’s not something new. One friend now deceased used to tell me about The Great Depression. “Those were lean times. more »»

In Pennsylvania, snow days might be history ... and math and science, too

October 10, 2014 Pennsylvania school districts may have miles to go before they can get credit for “cyber snow days” — a novel way of doing supervised classwork at home when bad weather closes schools — but the... more »»

Analyzing why students leave KC can provide insight

October 9, 2014 he questions over why Keystone Central School District is losing so many students begs a further and continued look into the numbers. more »»

Keystone Exams: All Common Core, no common sense

October 9, 2014 Do you remember a teacher who changed your life? One whose patience, encouragement and passion for learning stayed with you and made a difference in who you are today? Now, do you remember a great... more »»

‘Our great charter of liberty’

October 9, 2014 By ED FEULNER When July 4 rolls around, there’s no mistaking it. There are fireworks, parades and other patriotic tributes to our Declaration of Independence. But if you’re like most Americans, Sep. more »»

Emotionally-charged Americans support U.S. airstrikes over Syria

October 8, 2014 Last year, war-fatigued Americans sent President Obama a clear message: Stay out of Syria. more »»

A future without violence

October 8, 2014 By LAURA FINLEY As a long-time anti-domestic violence advocate and activist, I firmly believe that coordinating both effective responses and prevention initiatives requires a community-based approach. more »»

Conclusion: The sin of taxin’ sin

October 7, 2014 (Editor’s Note: This is the last of a five-part commentary by the author.) By RALPH DOTTERER JR. Will: John Boy, you owe me an apology. more »»

A year on the job: Looking back and forward

October 7, 2014 A year on the job as chancellor of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education has taught me a lot. more »»

And the survey says: Most view religion’s waning influence as negative

October 4, 2014 By MICHAEL LIPKA We’ve known for some time that the number of Americans who say they have no religion has been growing. more »»

This little light of ours

October 4, 2014 By LIZA FIELD Some wonderful bad news is emerging. The kind that easily converts to good news. A powerful toxin is now sprawling across land, water and sky. more »»

Are you good with your hands and your head?

October 3, 2014 unctuality, dependability, work ethic and an ability to work with others. These traits are what all employers, including manufacturers, are looking for in potential employees today. more »»



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