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Corbett will ask U.S. to approve Pa. Medicaid proposal
Pa. Gov. Tom Corbett and his three most recent predecessors - Tom Ridge, Mark Schweiker, and Ed Rendell - joined Saturday in an appeal to Pennsylvania lawmakers to end their deadlock over transportation funding, A Franklin and Marshall/ Daily News poll shows that Republican voters are increasingly abandoning the guv.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Republican Big-City Mayors Are an Endangered Species
Twenty years ago, half of the 12 largest U.S. cities-those that had a population of more than 746,500-were led by Republican mayors.
Local Leaders Remember Nelson Mandela
He had defeated the hate and poison of apartheid that had kept him behind bars, triumphing to become South Africa's first black president.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Local HIV Org Honors Ed Rendell
Former Governor Ed Rendell will be the guest of honor tonight at Philadelphia FIGHT 's 2013 FIGHT for Life Gala for his long-term commitment to the local AIDS/HIV community.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Major Clinton Ally: Obamacare sProblem is the President sHistoric Mismanagement
Ed Rendell is the former Democratic Governor of Pennsylvania, a former DNC Chairman, and a longtime Clinton acolyte.
The Times Leader
Retiring Mundy to focus on family
The award recognizes a local woman for her success in the business or professional fields.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Haiti relief organizations gather here to cooperate
Today, for the first time, representatives of more than 30 Pittsburgh groups working toward Haiti relief and rebuilding will be meeting in one room.
McGinty Runs For Governor As Centrist Democrat
Calling herself a pragmatic centrist Democrat, Katie McGinty says she's the candidate with the background, experience, and issues to beat Republican Gov. Tom Corbett.
Study finds that abortions increase risk of breast cancer
A study of Chinese women found that those who had at least one induced abortion had a significantly increased risk for breast cancer.
Former DNC chair: Obama mismanaged health care rollout
Former Democratic National Committee chair and Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell said Monday that President Obama has shown "terrible mismanagement" during the rollout of the Affordable Care Act and should have been better prepared for the launch of his signature domestic achievement.
2016 frenzy tests Clinton-Obama bond
For five years their unlikely alliance has gone, by and large, smoothly. He's benefited from a widely-admired Secretary of State whose presence in his administration helped unite the party after their 2008 combat.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Critics say Pa.'s walking around money is back
Three years ago, Gov. Corbett declared he had rid Harrisburg of the long-decried perk: the so-called walking around money slipped each year into the budget for legislators to fund pet projects in their districts.
The Citizens' Voice
Cosgrove named chief counsel for Administrative Office of Pa. Courts
A veteran local attorney who once served as an interim Luzerne County judge is now the top lawyer for the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.
The Citizens' Voice
Small agency has big say in revenue
A little-known state agency will control a slice of the pie when it comes to distributing millions of dollars of new revenue for transportation projects.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Arts looking north
EVERY WEEKDAY, the 40 members of the Pennsylvania Ballet arrive from all over the region for a 9:30 a.m. class at the Ballet's new headquarters on North Broad Street.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Rothman- MSNBC'ers Vamp Aimlessly: Americans 'More Comfortable' ...
Live holiday political talk programming is one of the best times to hear your favorite analysts, consumed with thoughts of home and hearth, vamp purposelessly with the aim of simply getting to the other end of the segment.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Philadelphia Gay News
FIGHT to honor Rendell at annual gala
Philadelphia FIGHT will host its annual Fight for Life gala from 6-9 p.m. Dec. 4 with a special guest.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Philly Fight Holds Fifth Annual WAD Prayer Breakfast
Philadelphia FIGHT invites all to join them on Nov. 30 for the Fifth Annual World AIDS Day Prayer Breakfast, featuring Rev.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Revenge of the Boondoggles
Widening Rt. 22 to six lanes is something that should never happen, but Lehigh Valley area business leaders and the Planning Commission have had it in their heads for like 50 years that this was a good idea, and a structural 10% decline in vehicle miles traveled in Pennsylvania hasn't persuaded anyone to mark their assessment of our mobility needs ... (more)
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Ed Rendell: Thanks, but no thanks, for mayoral return
Rendell, the Philadelphia mayor-turned-Pennsylvania governor, has pushed back in recent weeks on rumors that he may throw his name into the 2015 mayoral race, saying that his candidacy is a long shot at best.