Poll: Majority of Pa. residents oppose GOP-backed ‘investigation’ of 2020 election | Friday Coffee
A poll by a liberal advocacy group shows most Pa. residents believe Joe Biden won the presidency -- and they're not interested in litigating it again.
Could the Golden Rule sway some vaccine skeptics? A new poll points to yes | Thursday Coffee
Hesitancy is down, according to a new poll. But significant barriers still remain.
Feds send $7.5B in grants, incl. $229M in Pa., to arts venues hit by pandemic | Wednesday Coffee
The U.S. Small Business Administration sent the aid to help more than 10K arts and cultural businesses, venues, and nonprofits get back on track.
U.S. mayors, including Scranton’s, call on Congress to pass immigration reform | Tuesday Coffee
'It’s right for our economic future. It’s time for Congress to finally act,' Scranton Mayor Paige Congnetti said.
Pa.’s Casey: GOP voter suppression bills are ‘really just about white supremacy’ | Monday Coffee
In a Sunday TV interview, the Keystone State's senior senator suggests alternatives to abolishing the filibuster to move stalled voting rights bills.
Billionaires slipped the surly bonds of Earth, but couldn’t escape its problems | Friday Coffee
"Jeff Bezos is going into space tomorrow. Yesterday, on earth, I saw a man search for food in a trash can," the critic Charles Preston observed on Twitter.
Delta Variant 101: What you need to know to protect yourself | Thursday Morning Coffee
Here's how the rapidly spreading Delta variant might change your behavior.
‘We are committed to competition’: Top Wolf official says
The Wolf administration requested $340M in emergency contracts during the pandemic, according to a published report
Experts warn against ‘sham election audits’ movement | Tuesday Morning Coffee
Conspiracy theories, disinformation and outright lies can spread through social media and other means to undermine legitimate elections, experts warn.
Department of Health logs 453 inspections, $44k in fines in June report | Monday Morning Coffee
Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Associate Editor Cassie Miller here, filling in for John today. Let’s dive right in, shall we? Sixteen-months after the COVID-19 emergency began in Pennsylvania, its nursing homes and long-term care facilities are still dealing with an array of challenges, including what some say was a bungled response to COVID-19 by state […]
One nation under who? Inside the trust gap that’s splitting the nation | Friday Morning Coffee
We knew we were polarized. New polling data illustrates the stark differences.
As child tax credit checks hit mailboxes, ‘I’m looking forward to having the safety net,’ Pa. mom says | Thursday Morning Coffee
About 2.3 million children statewide are expected to benefit from the $250-$300 monthly payments authorized by the American Rescue Plan.