NEWS

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By Pat Toomey and Sherrod Brown   Often, the image of opioid addiction in America today is that of a working-age adult who first turned...

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Democrat Katie McGinty, made it through to the general election,ending Joe Sestak's hope of a rematch of the 2010 contest. McGinty, who just two years...

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Attorney General Kathleen Kane has announced she is not seeking re-election, capping a stunning fall from the height of state Democratic politics.   Kane, a first-term...

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The Department of Environmental Protection has a technology problem.   Secretary John Quigley told Senate lawmakers the department leases warehouses just to store paper because the...

OPINION

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Bob Fayfich, executive director of the Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools, believes while the iFiscal Code doesn't directly impact the state's 170-plus charter...

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By Ann Culp   Most patients don’t know about certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) until they need one. Yet, when the time comes, these advanced practice...

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Two issues face the citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with respect to healthcare. Patients who require surgical or interventional procedures must have physician-led...

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Is Cheap Oil Causing Trouble for the U.S. Economy? *Oil prices began a downward slide in June 2014. Brent crude, the benchmark for global oil...

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Other than the growing funding needs, the issues confronting Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities since its current head took over haven’t changed significantly.   But now Chancellor Frank...