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Gov. Tom Corbett launched a state takeover of the troubled capital city on Monday by declaring a fiscal emergency there.
Communists rewrite history all the time, with grand flourishes and straight faces. Many American liberals do, too.
Harrisburg, a proud city of almost 50,000, now stands on the edge of bankruptcy and likely will turn over its troubled checkbook soon to state lawmakers, the last resort after years of poor investment and political infighting.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray is again using the dedication of the Martin Luther King National Memorial to help draw attention to the city's efforts to achieve voting rights in Congress. But this time he must also rekindle the momentum he generated earlier this year and channel the energy of competing interests.
At least a half-dozen poultry plants shut down or scaled back operations Wednesday and many other businesses closed as Hispanic
North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue spoke for many politicians on Tuesday when she suggested suspending congressional elections for two years to give the politicians a free hand without voter input.
Organizers of the Detroit Grand Prix are setting up sponsorships that could return the race to the city next year.
BALTIMORE (AP) – Election officials say less than 10 percent of eligible voters have cast ballots in the first eight hours of voting in Baltimore's primary election.
Seattle is set to become the third U.S. city to require businesses to provide paid sick days for their workers, after a City Council vote Monday that supporters said could provide momentum for establishing similar laws across the country.