The DOJ has declined to investigate nursing homes policies in New York, Pennsylvania, and Michigan that led to mass deaths.
The University of Pittsburgh is hosting a critical race theory conference in late July, while concealing its related financial activities thanks to an uncommon state open records law.
A Penn State University sociology professor instructed a white student to stand up in class to make an example of how his race gives him privilege.
The candidate for an open U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania details exactly which bills to stop critical race theory he’ll support if he wins.
My kids attend one of the highest-rated public school systems in Pennsylvania. I may not be sending them back because of critical race theory.
The new headquarters of the Open Discourse Coalition was established this spring by Bucknell University alumni to support innovative programs for the nearby campus.
While Bill Cosby may have walked out of prison a free man yesterday, the courts saw to it that he endured two criminal trials and spent years in prison during his appeals.
Officials will have to show which they value: the growing demand by families for education choice, or teachers’ unions’ persistent political clout.
Republicans in the Pennsylvania House cleared a bill Wednesday seeking to outlaw the use of COVID-19 vaccine passports by state public entities.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Pennsylvania cheerleader Brandi Levy in a case that addressed public schools’ ability to penalize students for off-campus speech.
‘Nothing has changed,’ said pharmacist Randal Policare. ‘It’s hanging over our heads and could happen again any day now. I’m not going to let them win.’
MN Fashion and Jewelry in Philadelphia has been closed ever since Black Lives Matter rioters looted it after the death of George Floyd.
Before Pennsylvania Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf issued guidance for fall 2020 school reopenings, teachers unions in the state met with members of Wolf’s administration.
Chacko’s Family Bowling Center, destroyed in a flood in 1972, has remained resilient throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The Barstool Fund lent a hand.
A small business owner in Pennsylvania is suing someone in his community for defaming him by claiming he participated in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
The University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Penn., decried ‘systemic racism’ in an email to the community and said we need ‘equity,’ not equality.
Govs. Andrew Cuomo of New York and Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania have presided over the worst small business decline in the nation while enforcing lockdowns.
The Pennsylvania Department of State settled with the Public Interest Legal Foundation over a lawsuit alledging more than 21,000 dead voters were on rolls.
Pennsylvania’s Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf has been concealing information on wasted COVID-19 vaccine doses. Some say he is in for a wake-up call.
The former director of emergency management at the University of Pittsburgh was indicted for stealing respirators, profiting close to $19,000.
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