What happens, seemingly on the margins, in certain "spoiler" states could prove just as important to the outcome of the race as the high-profile action in the swing states that's still garnering the lion share of the media attention.
In the Signers Hall, 42 life-size bronze statues gather in clusters, discussing, gesturing, urging you to sign their much-argued-over document.
Ratatouille the snowboarding possum is one of the many surprises at Liberty Mountain Resort. Other surprises are in store, but many of them have to await Mother Nature, the cold and the snow.
We do not know how many of death row inmates would be free or serving a lesser sentence, but for an ethically challenged prosecutor who believed in winning over seeking justice. Given what we know, now is as good a time as any to shut down Pennsylvania's broken death machine.
One of the biggest challenges is simply finding out what natural gas companies are pumping into the air and water. Fracking is exempt from many federal requirements to monitor air and water pollution, and gas companies don't do much voluntary reporting.
Don't pop open the champagne bottles just yet. The Republicans have a triple threat advantage that can still help their bruised and inept presidential candidate put together the electoral college math needed to eke out a victory. These are, essentially, lies, money and vote suppression.
Ghost hunters have spent hours in cemeteries and abandoned buildings, but if there are better options for ghost dwellings, bed and breakfasts offer more luxury. The beds are comfortable, surroundings beautiful, and there are always new friends to be made.
In this video, Chester County Pennsylvania resident Dorothy Russo discusses the difficulties she's faced getting her handicapped husband the identific...
Lawmakers may sit in Harrisburg or Washington and say there is no need for environmental standards, but people living next door to leaking wastewater pits and polluting wells know better.
Pennsylvania is poised to execute a victim of horrific sexual violence despite the state's own bad acts.
While we can't change the history of our filthy skies and murky waters, we do know that we must not leave this awful mess to our children.
As autumn sets in to the Rust Belt, I'm always reminded of the lines written by James Wright, a poet, who was raised around the factories in Martins Ferry, Ohio. Yes, many of the mills are long gone, but the ritual is largely the same.
During the 2012 election, the realities of voter suppression have become the new horse race. Where campaign coverage previously relished the focus on...
A star athlete and a freshman at Cheyney University when he was convicted, Terry Williams was an exploited victim of violence, leaving a devastating impact on his emotional and psychological development. Executing him will only continue a vicious cycle of violence.
Pennsylvania is one of the states, around the country, where Republicans have passed a strict voter photo ID requirement law. On Thursday, September 1...
We remember how far we've come to have the ordinary join this date again. And we bear witness largely by living intentional lives, created anew from the rubble.