Commentary

On DACA’s anniversary, a Dreamer dreams of a path to citizenship for all |...

'It’s been 30 years and there hasn’t been comprehensive immigration reform,' Mitzi Colin Lopez said.

Spike in opioid overdose deaths during pandemic reinforces need for a holistic approach to...

The start of one new public health crisis didn't mean the end of another.

This year, we need a Pa. budget for the people – not just the...

We don’t have to settle for a government that does little but keep taxes low for the richest Pennsylvanians and powerful corporations.

Survey: Pa. School officials overwhelmingly say they will use COVID relief money to fill...

Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Nearly nine in 10 school officials statewide (87.7 percent) say they plan to use $6 billion in federal COVID-19 relief money to fill the gaps created by a year of...

Pa. is reopening, but the pandemic continues in nursing homes. We need help in...

We are still dealing with a deadly virus every single day because our resident population continually changes, as does our workforce.

The plan to consolidate Pa. State System universities is short-sighted. Vote ‘No’ | Opinion

I urge the members of the Board of Governors to consider the long-term implications of this short-sighted plan and vote “No” for consolidation.

U.S. Sen. John Fetterman, D-W.Va? How the Dem Senate hopeful is trying to turn...

Channeling grasoots rage may pay off in the short-term. But will it play in the clubby confines of the Senate Democratic conference?

Texas is whitewashing its racist history | Dick Polman

Defending slavery was a major impetus for Texas' decision to break away from Mexico and establish an independent republic.

‘I’m not one of the boys’: Inside one transgender Latina woman’s personal journey |...

“I knew at about 4 years old I was experiencing myself in ways different from how other people saw me,” Johanna Clearwater told the Capital-Star.

Imagine what would happen if the GOP treated the 1/6 riots like they treated...

By John A. Tures A decade ago, there were more than a half-dozen Congressional committees investigating the attack upon the U.S. Consular Office in Benghazi, Libya. Yet chances are dimming for even a single Congressional investigation...