Nine companies have submitted bids to enter Pennsylvania's Medicaid market, which grew by 485,000 people this year after Gov. Wolf expanded access to coverage.
By Elise Seyfried In honor of my late mother, Joanie, I briefly thought of celebrating Thanksgiving this year as we did all through my childhood.
Give thanks this weekend for some indirect blessings of liberty, including the behavior-beyond-satire of what are generously called institutions of higher education. People who are imprecisely called educators have taught, by their negative examples, what intelligence is not.
By Rosemary Abbate After glancing around my basement, I felt that sense of frustration that happens to those who grew up when Elvis Presley was King.
ISSUE | PA. POLITICS Broken promise When questions arise as to why we have fewer and fewer people voting in nearly every election, Gov. Wolf is a perfect example. One of his primary campaign pledges was that he would require natural-gas extraction companies to pay a severance tax. We are the only major gas-producing state that does not have such a tax.
Based on its propensity to steal other birds' fish, Ben Franklin once judged the eagle "a rank coward" and "a bird of bad moral character." He was therefore pleased that one official rendition of the national symbol looked more like a
Sally Narrigan, 93, formerly of Wynnewood, a mother and world traveler, died Thursday, Nov. 12, of cancer at Beaumont at Bryn Mawr.
Elizabeth Summers Cary, 92, of Germantown and North Chatham, Mass., a teacher and longtime Quaker, died Thursday, Nov. 12, of congestive heart failure at Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley.
Douglass C. North, 95, a St. Louis economist who was a co-recipient of the 1993 Nobel Prize in economic sciences, died Monday at his summer home in Benzonia, Mich.