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AL nonprofit urges Medicaid expansion to save rural hospitals; Harris skipping Netanyahu address shows daylight with Biden on Israeli leader; Biden to give first speech since dropping out of race; IN students face stricter attendance rules, new reading requirements; New Missouri law ensures medication access.

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Kamala Harris builds momentum toward nomination and vets potential Veeps. She and Trump take aggressive stances, as plans for a September debate continue. Sen. Bob Menendez says he'll resign, but will also appeal his corruption conviction.

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There's a gap between how rural and urban folks feel about the economy, Colorado's 'Rural is Rad' aims to connect outdoor businesses, more than a dozen of Maine's infrastructure sites face repeated flooding, and chocolate chip cookies rock August.

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"Digital Detox" Retreat First of Its Kind in the U.S.

PHOENICIA, N.Y. - The benefits of putting down the wireless devices are increasingly touted as good for physical and mental health, but it's …

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Pennsylvania Teachers Hope Gov. Wolf Delivers on Education Funding

HARRISBURG, Pa. - One of the key planks of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's successful gubernatorial campaign was restoring funding cuts made to education…

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Pennsylvanians, Beware the Tax Scammer

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Tax season is under way and, with its mid-April deadline, scammers and fraudsters will be looking for victims among the thousands …

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Report: In Current Recovery, No Gains for the "99 Percent" in PA

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Income inequality often is in the news, and a new report confirms that it may be even worse than earlier reported. The report…

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Not All Pennsylvanians Agree with Gov. Wolf's Support of Fracking

HARRISBURG, Pa. - An organization calling itself "Stop Poisoning Pennsylvania" is demonstrating Tuesday at Governor Tom Wolf's inauguration, calling …

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ACLU Says Law Silences Free Speech Rights of Prisoners

PITTSBURGH - The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Pennsylvania filed a lawsuit last week aimed at stopping enforcement of what it calls the "S…

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Update on Health of Chesapeake Bay: Fragile

HARRISBURG, Pa. - The condition of Chesapeake Bay is still very fragile, according to a new report just released by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation…

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Beer and Chocolate? Yes, in Hershey

HERSHEY, Pa. - Hershey, long known as a chocolate-themed family fun destination, is also earning a reputation as a great beer city. "Livability.com" …

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Employment Rate for Young People Hits 70-Year Low

PHILADELPHIA - Youth employment in America is at its lowest level since World War II, according to a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation…

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U.S.-China Meeting to Discuss Bilateral Trade

HARRISBURG, Pa. — International trade is promoted as a job creator – and it is – but it's all about where the jobs are created…

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