Families of those who are killed at another’s hand experience more than the heartbreak and suffering associated with death. Often, they become enmeshed in the criminal justice system — motions and hearings and trials. They are not a party to the proceedings but rather important sideline players — reminding the prosecutors, […]
The president is a factor, but so are national and local trends. For the GOP, that means rethinking some strategies and getting back to basics.
By Athan Koutsiouroumbas
“It’s important to salute veterans, and to recognize that the men and women who have served this nation are our neighbors, friends and family members who are proud of their time in uniform.”
By Terry A. Williamson
I wanted to give Linda a voice, undiluted by anyone else’s narrative or agenda. We spoke about her son Sean, his life, their relationship and how her life changed on July 12, 2018.
By Linda A. Kerns
Two-year-old Nikolette Rivera’s life was ended by a single shot from a lone murderer who was aided and abetted in this heinous crime by a corrupted democratic process.
By Donna Cooper
Rooney and Novak: Expect pipelines, opioid crisis and open space – not party – to decide local elections in Pa.
As the state enters the final stretch of the 2019 municipal campaigns, Broad and Liberty political analysts Alan Novak and T.J. Rooney discuss local races and the issues that will drive Southeastern Pennsylvania’s voter turnout.
By Alan Novak and T.J. Rooney
The irony, the delicious incongruities and the sheer humor have kept me in stitches for a half-century. And so many of the sketches are a history and literature lesson woven into comedy.
By Bob Martin
For all the contentiousness and disagreement within America, we have much more in common with one another than not. And we should recognize that the institutions of our government are working.
By Dean Reuter
Edel Donahue: ‘Heartbeat bills’ save lives, so update abortion laws to reflect modern science and medicine
A heartbeat bill would not only save the lives of many children, it would also spare their mothers the pain and regret that often come with abortion.
By Edel Donahue