Don’t say the Capitol riots weren’t us. They were. And we need a reckoning | Ray E. Landis
The rioters' viewpoints are shared by large swaths of those who live in the United States.
Let’s not get fooled again: Fight the lies by learning to recognize the truth | Opinion
We can send the liars packing by committing ourselves to the truth. Let’s not get fooled again.
Criticism grows of GOP lawmakers, including Pa.’s Perry, who refused masks while sheltering during Capitol riot
There were nearly 100 people in the room, according to multiple media reports.
Scott Perry tried to take away the votes of thousands of Pa. residents. They deserve an explanation | Opinion
Why didn’t you seek to defuse the time bomb built by the president and his campaign? Why did you let that bomb explode on Jan. 6?
How should schools teach kids about the U.S. Capitol insurrection? Six education experts explain
The Conversation U.S. asked six education experts how teachers – and parents – can help young people comprehend, analyze and process what happened.
Pa. Capitol Complex security increased following violence in D.C.
The Capitol building has been closed to visitors since Dec. 3 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Pa.’s Toomey had the chance to impeach Trump. Will he finally do the right thing now? | Monday Morning Coffee
The Lehigh Valley Republican is retiring. And Trump's 10 days away from the exit. It's a low-stakes, maximum gain scenario.
Trump’s mob ran wild. Why was anyone surprised? | Dick Polman
Republicans, who long indulged him, presumably knew better. The desecration of democracy, beamed across the world, is on them. The blood of the dead and injured is on them.
Pa’s Toomey becomes second GOP senator to call on Trump to quit, report
Toomey did not say whether he would vote in favor of removing Trump from office if the U.S. House sends over articles of impeachment and if the Senate puts Trump on trial.
Democracy is fragile, but we can strengthen it together | Opinion
Americans of good will have to take on the burden of rebuilding what has been lost. As we now know too well, democracy is fragile; if it is to continue, let alone thrive, it will require a renewed commitment from all of us.
For the last time, No, ANTIFA didn’t attack the U.S. Capitol | John A. Tures
Initially, as the insurrectionists stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, some supporters all across America cheered them on. One local likened them to “storming the beaches at Normandy.”
It’s a very different Farm Show week | Five for the Weekend
Saturday, Jan,. 9 kicks off the first-ever virtual farm show in the exposition's 105-year history.