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3 hrs ago | PennLive.com
Rick Santorum is "definitely considering" another run for the Republican nomination for president in 2016, he said Tuesday in Mechanicsburg, but he won't decide until after the 2014 election cycle.
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7 hrs ago | WPXI
Robert Bailey mined a coal mine in West Virginia for 36 years, but said he had to stop because he couldn't breathe.
10 hrs ago | WICU12 Erie
Crews have started dredging Barcelona Harbor in Chautauqua County. The work is expected to take about 6 weeks to complete.
11 hrs ago | Insurance News Net
For insurance advisors who wonder why more American families don't reach out to them or buy insurance, testimony about how difficult it is for members of the "sandwich generation" helps to put the lives of millions of Americans into perspective.
16 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald
The downing of a Malaysian airliner in Ukraine's war zone casts a somber tone over Western Pennsylvania's largest Ukrainian festival, says an organizer of the event that starts Wednesday.
Senator Bob Casey is looking to the U.S Department of Agriculture as the state embarks on a surplus of Concord grape juice.
More than 40,000 Lehigh Valley children are eligible to receive free meals during the summer months, but the majority of their families do not take advantage of the program.
Pennsylvania's senior senator is seeking a hearing for a bill inspired by the murder of a correctional officer from Nanticoke that would uniformly equip federal correctional officers with pepper spray.
JAKE DANNA STEVENS / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Sheeley's Drug Store owner Dan Iannielli behind the counter of his store in Scranton.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett 's last political battle may be the toughest of his career.
The amount of recent media coverage about illegal immigrants flooding through our southern border has deflected attention from the reported problems at our veterans' facilities.
Two U.S. Senators have proposed a bill that would fines or imprison car company executives who deliberately hide safety problems or recalls.
Corporate executives who knowingly conceal defective products that harm consumers would be criminally liable and face prison time under legislation proposed by U.S. Sen. Bob Casey of Scranton.
A newly introduced bill in the Senate aims to make it a crime for a corporate officer to hide the fact that a company's actions or products pose a serious danger to consumers.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:49 pm
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