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 Gov.-elect Tom Wolf takes the stage at his primary election party in Santander Stadium in York, Pa.
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Gov.-elect Tom Wolf takes the stage at his primary election party in Santander Stadium in York, Pa.

Keep Healthy PA: Then convert to a Medicaid expansion under Wolf

Under Gov. Tom Corbett’s Healthy PA program, the pool of residents eligible for insurance will expand on Dec. 1, when residents can apply.


 Kate Bazis walks her daughter Gaia Parrish's dog, Corazon, across Brereton Street in Polish Hill in April. The Peduto administration has revived an effort to require landlords to pay a fee and submit contact information for themselves or their property managers.

Charging landlords: Is the purpose better rentals or just more revenue?

Pittsburgh passed an ordinance requiring landlords to pay a fee and submit contact information for themselves or their property managers.



Human threat: Greed and oil take a toll on gorillas and elephants

A lethal combination of corrupt African officials, an oil company and Chinese consumers with little conscience are threatening many of



 President Barack Obama comments Tuesday on the terrorist attack on worshippers at a synagogue in Jerusalem.

A job for Congress: Obama executive orders can’t reform immigration

The political frost in Washington has descended again, thanks in large part to the defiance of President Barack Obama over immigration.



Getting Russia right: The U.S. and Europe won’t gain from hostility

Poisoned relations reached a crescendo at the just-completed G-20 summit in Brisbane, Australia.


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David Shribman



David M. Shribman / New rules favor GOP moderates in 2016

Three establishment figures are lining up to make a run at the Republican nomination.


 

Tony Norman



Tony Norman: Cosby loses his claim to good-guy image

Sexual assault accusations against long-admirable comedian Cosby stir some deep conflict.


 

Sally Kalson



Health care sabotage 101

The GOP, not a botched website, is the real obstacle.


 

Ruth Ann Dailey



Ruth Ann Dailey: A market-based solution for parking? Radical!

In Oakland, leaders of this left-of-center, one-party town are dabbling with the capitalistic concept of “supply and demand.”


 

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