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His garden stroll with Adolf Hitler left Alfred Rosenberg invigorated. Rosenberg was already one of the most notorious and powerful Nazis, chief architect of ethnic cleansing policies and the man responsible for plundering billions of dollars of art...
ReutersThe Sports Xchange Press Box: Hopkins' title fight cancelled Bernard Hopkins' IBF light heavyweight title bout with challenger Karo Murat was cancelled after the German was unable to secure a U.S. visa. The cancellation was announced Friday by Golden...
An autopsy revealed that NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died from a blunt force neck injury when his car hit a wall during an event in New Jersey on Wednesday night, according to USA Today. The cause of death was ruled by the Delaware County (Pa.) Medical...
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Eyewitness SportsAn autopsy by the Delaware County (Pa.) Medical Examiner and obtained by several media outlets reveals that NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died from a neck injury. Leffler was killed after he hit the wall during a sprint car heat race at Bridgeport...
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HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Democrats struck out Monday in their attempts to expand government-funded Medicaid health insurance to hundreds of thousands of working poor as part of the federal Affordable Care Act. First up was Sen. Vince Hughes, D-...
The weakened remains of Tropical Storm Andrea dumped record rainfall around the Northeast on Friday, including New York City’s Central Park. In some places, rainfall measurements smashed century-old totals as flash flooding occurred. Central...
Call Washington BureauThere's three and a half years before Republican Sen. Pat Toomey faces voters again at the ballot, but Quinnipiac University has tested early how he'd fare today against a familiar foe: Democrat Joe Sestak. A survey of Pennsylvania voters found Toomey...
Pennsylvania Senate moves step closer to spending $2.5 billion for transportation needs, using taxes, feesHARRISBURG — In a stifling, cramped room that felt like a subway car at rush hour, state senators moved a step closer to approving a bill that would generate an additional $2.5 billion for roads, bridges, mass transit and other means of travel. The...
HARRISBURG — House Republicans would spend more on public schools than Gov. Tom Corbett recommended while steering clear of hot-button issues like pension reform and a transportation funding increase as part of the 2013-14 budget. The $28.3 billion...
Get ready for another debate on whether payday loan stores should return to Pennsylvania. State Sen. Pat Browne of Allentown said Friday he intends to introduce legislation in the next few weeks that would "redefine the debate" over access to short-...
Call Washington BureauThe Admiral is readying for a rematch. Former U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, who has played it coy since his narrow loss to Pat Toomey in the grueling 2010 Senate race, announced Tuesday morning by email that he's formed an exploratory committee to run again for...
It's been five years since Pennsylvania government stepped out of the shadows by rewriting its open records law to give citizens much more access to how governments operate and spend public money. Many people, including me, believe the new Right-to-...
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