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It lessens its moral authority with the settlers’ land grab in the West Bank.
A new Republican governor is trying to clean a very dirty house.
The natural gas industry has brought enormous economic benefits to the commonwealth
And you can help them learn and earn by supporting the summer youth jobs program.
To defeat the Islamic State group, we must understand it.
Media norms drive political stories, not ideology.
In the dream I am a hero. / I save the world, and I alone / understand the apocalypse ...
Draw on our city's rich history of labor and social-justice activism.
Republicans still might run us aground on the shoals of a shutdown.
Let’s assume the president loves his country and isn’t faking his Christianity.
It’s helped millions of Americans get and keep health insurance.
His father and brother are not irrelevant to his ambitions.
The Obama administration devises empty gestures in response to atrocities.
What if the fuss over big money in elections is mostly over nothing?
Sen. John Cornyn’s bill would let people pack heat just about everywhere.
Standard Oil geologist launched Leopold Seyffert’s career as an artist by lending him tuition for the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
Facts that speak for themselves.
In our day, the price of religious hatred is blood. Blood on the floor. Blood on the desert sands. Blood on the streets of our cities.
When you’re a kid from a low-income family who has talent, how do you get recognized?
Vladimir Putin’s love affair with the thuggish separatists in eastern Ukraine has blotched his image across the democratic world.
Tomorrow is Printed Book Day, a day when endangered species the world ’round celebrate the advent of Gutenberg’s printing press.
Democrats have filibustered the homeland security funding bill in the Senate, where it will die.
These black boys I know, their faces float in front of me this night. I can see them smiling, crying, laughing, scared.
Scott Walker, the governor of Wisconsin, is said to be a rising contender for the Republican presidential nomination.
Unless born with old eyes, only with time and distance do we come to appreciate and understand much of what we see when we’re young.
And then there was the time I stared death in the eye on a Chinook helicopter under heavy enemy fire in Iraq.
The Islamic State group seeks to lure us into a new Crusade.
Republicans are following their baser instincts, at least for now.
Many children in Pennsylvania have dental benefits but don’t use them.
It doesn't involve specifc rules that require a public hearing.
Congress is supposed to limit a president’s prerogatives when it comes to war and peace
It is not a punishment humans are equipped to administer.
Warriors come home haunted by split-second decisions that meant life or death.
He wore a kippah and took a stroll and it wasn't very pleasant.
The Wisconsin governor’s understanding of evolution is still evolving, though it’s clear where he stands on teachers.
The White Helmets are unpaid, unarmed heroes who rescue people on all sides.
There is no longer any reason for any child in Pennsylvania to go without coverage.
The world might currently seem unusually disorderly, but it can be so without being unusually dangerous.
They help her fill her tin cup, but are their attacks worth it?
An idea catching on to combat the destruction is traceability: Companies should be able to know the entire life story of palm oil they buy.
Blind brother continues to inspire as years and difficulties increase.
They arrived long before the founding of the country, although they were not always welcomed.
Tricky geology, clumsy governments and environmental protesters are smothering Europe’s shale revolution
The first lady might help change Indian attitudes toward skin color.
Our health, native plants and wildlife are being compromised as the commonwealth grows warmer.
You can tell it’s working by looking at the people who are still against it.
It has to do with a confrontation that didn’t happen
Facts that speak for themselves.
Over 43 years of the International Poetry Forum, there were many incidents and remarks as memorable as the 400-plus readings themselves.
Laura Byko began the work of figuring out who she wanted to be. Mr. Stewart helped her out.