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  • Eyewitness in fatal shooting of Michael Brown sticks to his account in various interviews

    ST. LOUIS The outrage over a Ferguson police officer's fatal shooting of Michael Brown is partly grounded in the account of the teen's friend: Dorian Johnson. Johnson, 22, may be the closest eyewitness to the shooting. He has repeatedly told media...
  • Pasadena: Mount Zion UMC welcomes new pastor

    Baltimore and Pittsburgh fans will be duly represented at Mount Zion United Methodist Church. Its new pastor grew up in Pennsylvania, making his hometown football team the Steelers. But his wife, the Rev. Denise Norfleet-Walker, is a die-hard Ravens fan....
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  • Robert L. Carter dies at 94; NAACP attorney fought segregation

    Robert L. Carter dies at 94; NAACP attorney fought segregation
    Robert L. Carter, who as an NAACP civil rights attorney was an architect of the legal strategy used in the cases that led to Brown vs. Board of Education, the landmark 1954 Supreme Court decision that declared school segregation unconstitutional, has...
  • Corbett: Penn State Funding Not Tied To Open Records Compliance, But "We Need to Have That Discussion."

     
    Pennsylvania needs to take a thorough look at the way it pays for higher education, Gov. Tom Corbett said Friday, as he laid out the rationale for his proposed 2012-13 budget that carves $1.4 billion out of state support for......
  • Penn State Prez Says In "Hindsight," School Should Have Moved Quicker On Sandusky Scandal.

     
    In “hindsight” top officials at the Pennsylvania State University should have been more aware of the activities of former football coach Jerry Sandusky and moved more proactively to stop them, university President Rodney Erickson told a...
  • New Zealand earthquake: Hard to move on when ground keeps moving

     
    One year ago, a massive earthquake killed 185 people and destroyed much of downtown Christchurch. In the year since the magnitude 6.3 quake, New Zealanders have tried to piece together their lives and rebuild, even as earthquakes continue to rock the...
  • Early Evening Budget Update: The House approves the #pabudget.

     
    A $27.66 billion, no-tax increase state budget that provides state colleges, libraries and public schools with the same amount of money they received this year but end a cash assistance program for the neediest Pennsylvanians is on its way to......
  • Early Evening Budget Update: The Details Emerge.

     
    Pennsylvania’s four state-related universities and the 14 state-owned universities would likely receive the same amount of money as they did last year; public schools and public libraries would also be level-funded, but a program that provides...
  • Early Evening Budget Update: House delays #pabudget debate until Thursday.

     
    The state House is poised to begin debate as soon as Thursday on a $27.656 billion, no-tax hike budget plan that spares Pennsylvania’s state colleges and universities the deep cuts sought by Gov. Tom Corbett and provides public schools and......
  • Yet Another Prime-Time Budget Update: More pieces fall into place.

     
    The debate over a $27.66 billion state budget for 2012-13 went into its final furlong Friday as the state Senate gave its approval to the spending plan and lawmakers moved key pieces of supporting legislation into place to meet a......
  • The Sunday Brunch: When Political Reality Trips Up Budget Rhetoric.

     
    Want the big take-away from the three weeks' worth of state Senate budget hearings that concluded this past Thursday? It's this: Bumper-sticker rhetoric about fiscal austerity and making the tough choices sounds good on paper — until state lawmakers...