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The Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed a liquor privatization bill by a 114-to-87 vote Thursday. Gov. Wolf says he'll veto.
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Senate Bill 9 would require anyone receiving Medicaid, welfare or unemployment compensation to prove that they are legal U.S. residents.
Philadelphia's Please Touch Museum is a “pop-culture fanatic's dream," Conde Nast Traveler says.
This year’s theme is “Celebrate the Movies” and will feature floral designs and gardens inspired by Hollywood.
“The annual tradition of THON and the efforts of the students of Penn State to fight pediatric cancer should be applauded,” ESPN said.
A 74-year-old woman reportedly hit the gas instead of the brakes.
Of the more than 160,000 students who entered the 2015 National Achievement® Program, only 1,300 were named finalists.
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The Upstate New York Towns Association says 15 towns in its jurisdiction support seceding to the Keystone State.
If Sunday night’s Academy Awards have you thinking that you belong on the silver screen, you’re in luck.
The House Liquor Control Committee on Monday passed a bill that would privatize liquor, wine and beer sales in Pennsylvania.
LMHS was one of only 200 schools in the United States and Canada to receive the distinction, Lower Merion School District said.
We used a record-breaking amount of natural gas to heat our homes during last week’s brutal cold, PECO said Monday.
The money will go to the fight against pediatric cancer.
The unfinished sketches were found during a recent paper conservation treatment, the museum said. They will be on display starting in April.
Cinema Siren says with director Matthew Vaughn's great new release, it's time to get your Bond spoof on!