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It once was said that when Wall Street sneezed, the rest of the world got a cold. Times have changed. In a reversal of fortunes, turmoil in Cyprus caused uncertainty in financial markets in Europe and the United States for several days in late March. How...
A story reported in the history of Pennsylvania is tragically being repeated today. As Euro-American settlers advanced into Indian territory, American Indians retaliated with fire, tomahawks and arrows. The frontier residents pleaded with the Colonial...
Associated PressRenewing U.S. support for the difficult "work of generations," President Barack Obama assured Israel on Wednesday that his administration would pursue an elusive Mideast peace that would allow residents of the Jewish state to live in peace and free from...
Tags: Barack Obama, Israel, Government, Benjamin Netanyahu, Blindness
The West Virginia Legislature has had a few partisan clashes this session, but one issue seems to be uniting Democrats and Republicans: gun rights. Congress and some states are considering assault weapon bans and similar measures in response to recent...
Tags: Barack Obama, Gun Control, Government, Laws, Firearms
Name: Thomas G. Clemens Age: 62 City in which you reside: Keedysville Day job: retired professor emeritus, Hagerstown Community College; licensed Battlefield Guide at Antietam; president, Save Historic Antietam Inc., a battlefield preservation...
President Hugo Chavez, the fiery populist who declared a socialist revolution in Venezuela, crusaded against U.S. influence and championed a leftist revival across Latin America, died Tuesday at age 58 after a nearly two-year bout with cancer. Vice...
For the past 15 years, a coalition has worked to share tips and information about privacy protection, money and debt management and recognizing identity theft, frauds and scams. University of Maryland Extension — Washington County is joining the...
email@example.comA partnership between the Arts & Humanities Alliance (AHA!) of Jefferson County and Eastern Panhandle Transit Authority is expected to give new meaning to the definition of a “traveling exhibit.” Transit Authority Executive Director Cheryl...
The principle of separation is one of America’s greatest contributions to political thought. Responsible citizenship makes it important to identify myths to sort out intended and unintended distortions of fact. Myth 1: We don’t have...
Residents want borough council meeting moved To the editor: The monthly Borough of Mercersburg council meeting is always held at Borough Hall at 113 S. Main St. in Mercersburg. The room this meeting is held in is small, holding about 25 people...
The financially struggling U.S. Postal Service said Wednesday it will stop delivering mail on Saturdays but continue to disburse packages six days a week, an apparent end-run around an unaccommodating Congress. The service expects the Saturday mail...
Gun lobby perpetuating myth about Nazi Germany To the editor: One of the myths being perpetuated as faux hysteria by the gun lobby is that we could learn a lesson from Nazi Germany by not letting government take our guns. First off, nothing has ever...
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