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  • Ending punishment would betray victims

    In Sunday's Morning Call, we read "A Living Wage?" about how Sasha and Samuel Rivera of Allentown rely on food stamps because their full-time jobs don't provide an adequate living wage. Meanwhile, we have a GOP-led House refusing to consider Obama's...
  • Mike Sielski: First-year Penn State coach James Franklin gives his hard sell

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. James Franklin began his first media day as Penn State's head football coach by looking out at a room filled with hundreds of reporters, smiling big, and asking questions. "How's everybody doing?" Murmur, murmur. "How was...
  • Dave Joyner's tangled legacy as Penn State's athletic director

     
    Dave Joyner became Penn State's athletic director in an abrupt way during an impossible time. By his own admission, Joyner considered his first year on the job to be a metaphorical "war zone," which he often addressed with coaches, players......
  • Penn State ranked No. 48, Nittany Lions continue to face NCAA sanction challenges

    Penn State ranked No. 48, Nittany Lions continue to face NCAA sanction challenges
    The Orlando Sentinel's college insider Matt Murschel has ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2014 season. The Sentinel staff will take a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our...
  • Kathleen Kane's credibility is on the line

    Kathleen Kane's credibility is on the line
    In January 2013, Kathleen Kane charged into Harrisburg on a Nittany Lion. The former assistant district attorney from Lackawanna County became the first Democrat and woman to be elected state attorney general by vowing to examine her predecessors'...
  • Oprah interviews Jerry Sandusky's adopted son

    Oprah interviews Jerry Sandusky's adopted son
    Matthew Sandusky, the adopted son of Jerry Sandusky, has given an exclusive interview to Oprah Winfrey in which he opens up about the sexual abuse he suffered. The chat will be on "Oprah Prime" at 9 p.m. July 17 on OWN. Jerry Sandusky, 70, a former...
  • After major probation, USC's compliance office among best in nation

    After major probation, USC's compliance office among best in nation
    After 35 years as a private-practice attorney, David Roberts was ready to step away and spend more time on his golf game. "To straighten my slice," Roberts said. Then he received a request he couldn't ignore. USC's athletic program was reeling...
  • Penn State athletic director set to resign

    Penn State athletic director set to resign
    The man who took the reins of the Penn State athletic department following the Jerry Sandusky scandal is resigning. Dave Joyner told the Associated Press he enjoyed the honor and privilege of working for his alma mater for nearly three years as athletic...
  • Spurs might stick together for another run

    Spurs might stick together for another run
    Manu Ginobili had a simple message for his teammates during an emotional team meeting Tuesday. Let's do this again. With six potential free agents headed by Tim Duncan, the message was made clear: The San Antonio Spurs would like everyone back for a...
  • Supreme Court rejects challenge to law banning gay-conversion therapy

    Supreme Court rejects challenge to law banning gay-conversion therapy
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned down a request to hear a challenge to a California law prohibiting mental health counseling aimed at converting minors from being gay to straight. The justices let stand a ruling by the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of...
  • Paterno suit asks court to 'rewrite history,' NCAA says

     
    Until they get to court, the Paterno lawsuit group and the NCAA are going to trade blows in legal briefs. The NCAA filed one this week saying that the Paterno group's suit asks Centre County Court to "rewrite history" and......
  • Top bowl official doubts there will be a shortage of teams eligible for college football postseason

    Top bowl official doubts there will be a shortage of teams eligible for college football postseason
    A top bowl official doesn’t believe there will be a shortage of eligible teams for the postseason despite a record-number of bowl games in 2014. Wright Waters, who is the executive director of the Football Bowl Association, said recent concerns...