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  • Just three PA Dems vote to increase debt, all other PA lawmakers vote "no"

     
    Nearly every Pennsylvania lawmaker in the U.S. House Tuesday night bucked the White House's call for a clean debt limit increase, including the state's three Blue Dog Democrats Tim Holden, Jason Altmire and Mark Critz. The only Keystone Democrats to......
  • Moody's warns it may cut Italy's debt rating; Greek bailout talks advance

     
    The dreaded fear of contagion in Europe’s government-debt crisis flared on Friday after Moody’s Investors Service put Italy’s bond ratings on review for possible downgrade. Moody’s move came after hopes rose early Friday that...
  • Obama on deficit talks: 'I have bent over backwards to work with the Republicans'

     
    In 6,102 words Obama seeks to portray himself as the compromiser-in-chief on the stalemated deficit reduction talks....
  • 'Our cash cow died on us'

    About two decades ago, regional and suburban school districts across the Lehigh Valley area began using unconventional and controversial bond transactions to pay for building renovations and new schools. During the same time, the Allentown School...
  • Risky Business

    In 2003, the Bethlehem Area School District was a dozen years and $93 million into renovating every one of its school buildings but had yet to tackle the most expensive projects -- construction of a new Broughal Middle School and renovations at Freedom...
  • Crushing debt takes a toll on school programs

    The boy, small for 4, curled up on his dad's lap in the lobby and did something that would have seemed impossible at the start of the school year. He spoke in complete, coherent sentences. "He was telling me stories about his teacher and then he went on...
  • Choosing a credit counselor

    Maybe you've reached the point that you need a credit counselor to help with your money problems. How do you find a reputable one? While the Internal Revenue Service has cleared out a lot of bad players that didn't act like the nonprofit they were...
  • Laguna Laurel bonds in final year

    A $20,000 million bond measure that helped pay to prevent mass construction in Laguna Canyon will be paid off this fiscal year. The City Council set on Tuesday the tax rate for the final year of the general obligation bond measure, which Laguna's...
  • Mailbag: So-called Christians should read the manual

    If Christianity were illegal, would there be evidence to convict you? I ask because Christianity is not a closet religion; what Christ conveys, we're obliged to champion. Evidence will be our words and actions, and we've been historically persecuted for...
  • Election forums draw in residents

    Election forums draw in residents
    Interested residents gathered for two election forums Monday and Tuesday to learn about the City Council candidates and Measure O. About 50 residents, including many City Council candidates, listened to the arguments for and against Measure O on Tuesday...
  • Japanese see disaster as opportunity for broad change

    Japanese see disaster as opportunity for broad change
    One by one, members of Japan's heartthrob pop band SMAP make their pitch: "You are not alone," says one. "Let's help each other," beckons another. Then comes the final exhortation from celebrity Tortoise Matsumoto: "Believe in Japan's strength!" Such...