Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States has lost roughly 500,000 good-paying manufacturing jobs. That’s a heavy toll for s… Read more

The debate over infrastructure spending began even before President Biden put forth his original proposal. But much debate has shed more heat … Read more

Each year, about 18,000 kids in Pennsylvania have some type of contact with the criminal justice system. Most of these young people are in tro… Read more

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In Northeast Pennsylvania, so often a microcosm of national trends, communities face workforce challenges as pandemic life gradually recedes. Read more

Every June, Pennsylvania’s educators and parents find themselves in familiar territory — pleading with lawmakers to increase funding that thei… Read more

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Among the many costs of the COVID-19 pandemic is the year or so of lost schooling suffered by students. Yes, hobbled together, remote learning… Read more

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Given the Biden administration’s unwillingness to address the humanitarian and security crisis at our southern border, I traveled to Texas and… Read more

Donald Trump and his lawyers routinely have argued that the former president would be subjected to “irreparable harm” if his tax returns lande… Read more

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The divisiveness that permeates the country today impacts the way we look at various institutions and occupations. People are characterized by… Read more

When I was a child, I thought Christmas would never come. The weeks dragged by while I wore out the toy sections of the Sears and Penney’s cat… Read more