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This summer, catch an al fresco production of a Shakespeare play.
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Barack Obama celebrates the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg Tuesday, marking the centennial of the South African leader's birth.
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New analyses show it's likely more people than previously reported have been exposed to PFAs
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The government charges that she was acting as a foreign agent without registering.
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The dense network of cables that make up the internet is likely to be inundated with saltwater as sea levels rise, a new analysis suggests.
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With Pennsylvania licensing fewer and fewer teachers, the state recently announced it will send $2 millio
Many Republicans harshly criticized President Trump's performance Monday at a news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
13 hours ago
A look at June 30 campaign finance reports for local Congressional candidates.
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Monday's “Ask Governor Murphy” program is the statewide, live call-in show, produced by public radio stations WBGO, WHYY and WNYC.
Mike Purzycki issued an apology and is meeting with members of the Muslim community after a teacher and her young Muslim students were asked to leave a public pool.
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A federal judge in California has temporarily halted the deportation of immigrant families that have been reunited after being separated by the Trump administration.
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State leaders and residents spoke out against the EPA’s denial of Delaware’s petition to reduce air pollution coming into Delaware from other states.
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Maria Butina was arrested Sunday on a charge of conspiracy to act as an unregistered agent of the Russian government.
The FCC will now consider holding a hearing about what Pai described as "disputed issues" in the purchase plan – a process that would include an administrative law judge.
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