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The Swampby James Oliphant With House leaders struggling to reach agreement on healthcare legislation, aiming toward a possible vote this week, a new hurdle has emerged: abortion. Some conservative Democrats are threatening to pull their support from the massive...
The Swampby Mark Silva As a "weekend warrior,'' the basketball-playing, golf-loving President Barack Obama likes to carve out time for his own fitness. As president, Obama likes to carve out time to think. Speaking of health, the first couple speaks at......
Tags: Ethics, Barack Obama, Government, State Budgets, Glenn Beck
Ana Cazares is a volunteer community health worker who's so determined to broach taboo health subjects in her Pilsen neighborhood that she uses every opportunity that presents itself. Cazares was recently shopping in a local store when the Latina...
There was a time when job titles were simple. You were either "the boss" or "not the boss." That has changed dramatically now that we have fancy things such as workers rights and business cards and egos. Some companies are staffed by small armies of...
WASHINGTON -- If second-term presidents feel liberated by re-election to pursue bolder agendas, first ladies often become more comfortable to be their own person. Witness Laura Bush, who in her husband's second term discovered that she, too, had a voice...
And now, she is the patient. For decades, as a surgeon, researcher, professor and medical celebrity of sorts, Susan Love has led the charge against breast cancer and for women's health. She served on President Clinton's cancer advisory board. She set up a...
Just one month into 2013 and it's already time to award the first round of Flubbies — recognizing the region's biggest public-relations flubs. We're talking moves so dim they made the Superdome's third-quarter lights look bright. There's a...
By Jennifer Sheehan, Of The Morning Call For weeks, there's been buzz in Emmaus about what Rodale was doing with an old garage at 10th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. On Monday, the family owned publishing giant opened Rodale's General Store,...
Tags: Book, Agriculture, Trexlertown, Whitehall, Thailand
Once upon a time in American politics, there were things called "wedge issues," and they generally terrified Democrats. They were mostly social and cultural issues: abortion, feminism, gay rights, illegal immigration and race. Conservatives wielded them...
As if it weren't enough that Lena Dunham, the 26-year-old writing/directing/acting phenom who started a revolution this year with her HBO series "Girls," scored a $3.5 million book deal and has been granted the unofficial but unimpeachable title of "voice...
As if it weren't enough that Lena Dunham, the 26-year-old writing/directing/acting phenom who started a revolution this year with her HBO series "Girls," scored a $3.5-million book deal and has been granted the unofficial but unimpeachable title of "voice...
In football, a prevent defense often is used by a team with a narrow lead near the end of a game to guard against a big play by the opponent. It can stymie the opponent. Or, sometimes, it can lead to shorter but effective gains that enable the opponent to...
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