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Woman with cancer, facing eviction, thankful for Road To Recovery transportation program
SELINSGROVE — Clothing and household items lay strewn about in the borough apartment of Vera Mariano, everything is in disarray, ready to be moved out. The 55-year-old woman, fighting breast cancer an... read more
Cheers and Jeers: WEDNESDAY
Nothing to see here. Okay, there's something to see. Young black woman with a 'tude. Check out our altered dash cam vid. Oh, wait! That wasn't altered. There were just technical difficulties. Here'... read more
Actually We Should Encourage Women Who Have Abortions to Donate Fetal Tissue to Science
If tissue from fetuses that are going to be aborted anyway might help bring about future medical progress, and the women having abortions fully consent, what's the problem? Some have suggested that Pl... read more
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Insight: Navigating Open Enrollment / Marcos Breton / "Japantown"
Today on Insight, health reporter Pauline Bartolone introduces us to a Davis woman with lupus who's been denied health insurance in the past due to her condition. She enrolled in Covered California Tu... read more
Sarah Palin, Serial Winker
And that's not only to preside over the Senate and will take that position very seriously also. I'm thankful the Constitution would allow a bit more authority given to the vice president if that vice ... read more
Student Loan Sinkhole?
How massive student loan debts are sinking American dreams and causing a national economic headache. It appears that your computer does not have the Flash Player required to view NOW videos. Visit Ado... read more
LETTER: 'Are we so different?' than Charlottesville?
“Charlottesville Violence An Act of Terrorism” By now, most have heard about the tragic outcome of the “Unite the Right” protest in Charlottesville led by white supremacist groups. One person is dead, ... read more
Updated For Clarity: Court Orders Pregnant Woman To Bed Rest
Sometimes the level of dysfunction in regards to women’s rights and pregnancy is nothing short of gob-smacking. Take the Florida case of Samantha Burton. Ms. Burton is pregnant. She has two children a... read more
Adventures in Ethics and Science
In a post a couple weeks ago, I commented on the ethical dimension of opting out of vaccination against serious contagious diseases: Of course, parents are accountable to the kids they are raising. Th... read more
Linda Tirado and the Politicization of Poverty
In a November 14 note on her GoFundMe page (which later became the second and, so far, the last entry on her Huffington Post blog, under the title, “Meet the Woman Who Accidentally ... on public assis... read more
Worried about losing your quality of life?
FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: As the recession drags on, Americans are growing less confident that they can maintain their current standard of living, especially when it comes to long-term goals. Your qua... read more
Reviewing the decade in review
Now, a quick roundup of the Decade In Review stories. Here's Time's Decade From Hell story. Loved the cover. The author's point is that we created our own problems through greed, deferral of responsib... read more