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  • Friday Morning Coffee: A Breakfast Buffet Of Links.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. As is so often the case as we head into the weekend, we find ourselves behind schedule and severely under-caffeinated. Though it's refreshing to announce that it's not for the usual reasons -- which generally......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Fiscal watchdogs take a hit in Corbett budget.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We start the penultimate weekend in May with the news that Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed budget takes the knife to Pennsylvania's independent fiscal watchdogs. The next state Auditor General -- whoever he is -- would.......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: The Conservatives Are Coming.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The GOP presidential campaign officially arrives in Pennsylvania this weekend along with the attendant media circus, courtesy of the annual Pennsylvania Leadership Conference. In case you don't know what this is, the...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Corbett cuts would axe "last resort" program for the poor.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's a political truism that elections have consequences: Not all voters always end up getting the government they want, but they almost always end up getting the government that the handful of voters who actually........
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Charles Snelling, RIP.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If you've spent any time moving through Pennsylvania's political circles, particularly Republican ones in the Lehigh Valley, then there's a pretty good chance you met Charles Snelling more than once. Loud, gregarious...
  • Cubans praise Pope Benedict's call for religious liberty

     
    Tens of thousands of people crowded Revolution Plaza to hear Pope Benedict XVI speak Wednesday. Many praised the pope’s call an expanded role for the church, though they noted that Cuba had taken baby steps toward more religious freedom in recent...
  • Pope Benedict XVI to meet with Fidel Castro today

     
    Daniel Burke with Religion News Service notes that the Pope ends his visit to Cuba today with a meeting with Fidel Castro: Pope Benedict XVI concludes his visit to Cuba today with a public mass in Havana and a meeting with Fidel Castro. Yesterday,...
  • Box Office: Greek gods, Snow White no match for 'The Hunger Games' [Updated]

     
    In its second week in theaters, "The Hunger Games" surged past the $200 million mark, collecting an additional $61.1 million and bringing its total to $251 million. Meanwhile, two new films didn't put up much up a fight against the blockbuster. The 3-D...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: A breakfast buffet of links.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We don't know about you, but we're eager to get the weekend started, so, without ado or preamble, let's get right into the best and the rest of the day's headlines, shall we? It Looks......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Two days and counting.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Today is June 29, 2012. There's just two days remaining before the end of the fiscal year. Lawmakers have until midnight on Saturday to get a new spending plan signed into law and to pass......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Is the Freeh Report a game-changer?

     
    Penn State University, we turned to some experts for the long view. In a telephone interview yesterday, former Gov. Dick Thornburgh told us the report on the child-abuse scandal at Penn State will be required reading at colleges and universities across...
  • Italy's Colosseum at center of battle over restoration

     
    A luxury shoemaker is threatening to withdraw his offer to finance restoration of Italy's famed Colosseum. Diego Della Valle of the Tod's group has agreed to spend $33 million helping to restore the iconic monument, but legal challenges and civic protests...