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  • Barack Obama's 'battleground' gains

     
    by Mark Silva As a backdrop for understanding the increasing intensity of the attacks in the presidential campaign underway, consider some new battleground polls: Ohio: Barack Obama favored over John McCain by a margin of 49 to 42 percent......
  • Experts: Economy trumps attacks

     
    by Jim Tankersley and Christi Parsons PITTSBURGH -- Carolyne Morrison has a dilemma. She's a little worried about Democrat Barack Obama's personal background, but she thinks his policies might actually improve the economy. "It's all about the money for...
  • McCain's Pennsylvania problem

     
    Sen. John McCain speaks as Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin campaign on the campus of Lehigh University, October 8, 2008 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images) by Jim Tankersley John McCain is fighting hard in Pennsylvania to......
  • 'Race matters:' Pennsylvania not alone

     
    By John L. Micek HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Veteran Pennsylvania Congressman John Murtha ventured into a political minefield last week by saying there was ''no question'' that western Pennsylvania is a ''racist area'' and that older voters might be slower to........
  • John McCain's last, best hope: turnout

     
    by Jim Tankersley As the presidential race enters its final weekend after two years of battle, John McCain's best chance for a history-defying comeback rests in the greatest of electoral unknowns: voter turnout. To win on Tuesday, analysts and polls......
  • Consumers in for a double shock

    When the price of electricity soars in a year and a half, its hefty cost will hit the consumer's pocketbook over and over again. Homeowners will pay for the increase not just in monthly bills, which could be more than 30 percent higher, but at the...
  • Triumph, then Tragedy

    It's the final college ritual: loading up the family car with everything the new graduate owns for the trip home. For Jacy Good, it was among the last moments she spent with her parents. On Sunday, hours after she graduated magna cum laude from...
  • 'We all need to heal ... we all need to forgive'

    It's too soon to place blame for the Berks County crash that killed the parents of a Muhlenberg College senior and critically injured her after graduation Sunday, family members said at a memorial service Tuesday night. "Everyone involved has a family...
  • Jacy Good, in coma since crash, showing slight improvement

    Muhlenberg College graduate Jacy Good, who on May 18 was injured in a Berks County accident that killed her parents, was in a coma and has started to emerge from it, said officials at Reading Hospital and Medical Center. Good, 21, was showing "purposeful...
  • Jacy Good released from hospital; crash probe continues

    Two days after Jacy Good was released from the hospital, Berks County authorities met to determine the fate of the driver who allegedly ran a red light and struck the car she was in, killing her parents and leaving her hospitalized for almost two months....
  • No harsh charges in fatal crash

    An 18-year-old man will not face criminal charges for causing a three-vehicle crash that killed a couple on their way home from their daughter's graduation from Muhlenberg College three months ago, Berks County District Attorney John T. Adams said Friday....
  • The Rev. Robert J. Marshall, 90; minister helped unify Lutheran denominations

    The Rev. Robert J. Marshall, who presided over the largest denomination of the Lutheran Church in the 1970s and was part of early discussions that led to the merger of three branches of the church, has died. He was 90. Marshall died Monday of a heart...