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PNS Daily Newscast - August 5, 2020 


A massive explosion kills dozens and injures thousands in Beirut; and child care is key to getting Americans back to work.


2020Talks - August 5, 2020 


Election experts testify before the US House that more funding is necessary. And Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington state had primaries yesterday; Hawaii and Tennessee have them later this week.

Public News Service - PA: Livable Wages/Working Families

Pennsylvania's employment picture is clearer than the rest of the country during this failing economy, according to experts, but some say that's nothing to brag about. Mark Price, a labor economist with the Keystone Research Center, says Pennsylvania lost 24,000 jobs just this month, while the state

Taxes. We all have to pay 'em. But are some people paying more than their fair share during this time of economic turmoil? A new budget report says that's the case in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center/em> recently issued a report titled "The Common Good: What Pennsylvania's

Harrisburg, PA - Millions of Pennsylvania women have been in the work force for decades now, and an hour worked by a woman still doesn't pay as much as it does for a man. For years, that "gender wage gap" had been closing, but a new study from the Keystone Research Center finds progress has stalled.

Philadelphia – As the housing crisis continues to spread across the country and through financial markets worldwide, a new report says Pennsylvania is in the eye of the storm. The report, from the Keystone Research Center, finds housing prices tumbling in 15 of 16 metropolitan areas, and sugge

Saucon, PA - As some teachers in Northhampton County go on strike this week, new research from the Pennsylvania State Education Association counters the old argument that teachers' strikes have a negative effect on children. Dr. Harris Zwerling crunched some numbers and found no such connection. H

Harrisburg, PA – It's the big speech tonight at the Republican National Convention as John McCain officially accepts the nomination. There are some things to listen for, according to economist Dr. Stephen Herzenberg with the Keystone Research Center. He says polls show the economy is the numbe

Pittsburgh, PA – Inflation has been eating away at Pennsylvanians' paychecks, and its appetite began even before the recent leap in inflation. The new "State of Working Pennsylvania" report from the Keystone Research Center concludes that wages in the state have been stagnant over the past sev

Pittsburgh, PA – Good news for Pennsylvania on several fronts, according to the Census Bureau. A new report shows household income in the state is up and poverty is down. Scilla Wahrhaftig with the American Friends Service Committee of Pennsylvania says while improvements get kudos, there are

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