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July 21, 2017 RSS feed / Opinion

Stop opioids from being delivered by U.S. Postal Service

(AP) – Within the murky online corners of the so-called Dark Net, drug dealers emphasize the best way to send their goods across the United States is not via FedEx, UPS, or another private mail carrier, but through the U.S Postal Service.  More...

Alleghenies defined as much by water as ridges

From every rocky summit, springs emerge, then converge into rivulets, runs, streams and rivers. Every height overlooks hollows and valleys that have been carved over eons by moving water.  More...

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Interest rates increase but is economy improving?

(AP) – Interest rates will be allowed to continue rising, but gradually, later this year, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told members of Congress on Wednesday.  The economy is improving, meaning the Fed’s longstanding policy of h More...

Police audios, videos exempt from Pa. law

(AP) – A new Pennsylvania law exempts police audio and video recordings from the state’s Right-to-Know Law, leaving the release of those records largely to the discretion of police. The bill, signed into law earlier this month by Democratic Gov. More...

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