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What if health insurance policies sold through the Affordable Care Act are priced too low and lose money? The feds have a back-up plan.
Say cheese -- just don't say "Roquefort" if the bleu on your salad didn't come from France or "Mortadella" if the meat isn't from Italy.
As Pennsylvania's elderly population grows, two studies look at how to best provide services.
Pittsburgh schools are engaged in a "Be There" campaign that focuses on students who are chronically absent.
Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair's defense team said he would admit that he had "maltreated" a junior officer and had caused her emotional distress.
Opponents of abortion have been attacking it piecemeal, passing legislation to make it more difficult to obtain the procedure.
The battle for Yabroud is part of a wider offensive to secure the rugged border area of Qalamoun, cutting rebel supply lines into Syria.
Plus: Japanese family reunited; Afghan hopeful withdraws; Deadly Nigeria stampede; Dubai rolls over $20B.
Since 1963, Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall has inducted nearly 700 Pennsylvania veterans into its Hall of Valor.
The West Chester University Foundation hired The Bravo Group, a Harrisburg lobbying and public relations firm.
Local criminal lawyer Daniel Muessig got national attention with a brashly frank video ad for his services. What if other fields joined in?
Stacy Innerst is the artist. You are the caption writer.
Today marks the deadline for city employees to file for an early retirement incentive program that was proposed to usher out some
Saying that he saw no path to victory, John Hanger, the former secretary of environmental resources, is withdrawing from the race