List by Month: 3-2012

Payraises for New York Judges ?

03.14.12 | Bob Price

The first salary increases for New York judges in 13 years appear headed for approval in the upcoming state budget, quietly ending one of Albany's long political dramas that recurred annually, then wound through the courts after frustrated jurists ...

NY Legislature poised to pass its election lines

03.14.12 | Bob Price

The Senate Republican and Assembly Democratic majorities are preparing to pass their own redistricting plan even as it's condemned by good-government groups as gerrymandering to protect their political interests.

Pa Passes voter ID Bill

03.14.12 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett is expected to sign one of the nation’s toughest voter identification laws less than eight months before the presidential election, although a court challenge is also expected to the measure that handily passed the ...

Was Panetta the target of a Terror Attack?

03.14.12 | Bob Price

US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is feared to have been the target of a suicide attack at Camp Bastion today.

Community Cares For Unwanted Child

03.13.12 | Jeremy Miller

Little Adam Was Born Deformed, Unwanted by Birth Parents

Smallest town in America goes on Auction Block

03.13.12 |

What's advertised as the smallest town in the United States is scheduled to go up for auction next month.

Sandusky Lawyers Denied

03.13.12 | Bob Price

The judge in former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky's child sexual abuse case said Tuesday that a defense request for more information regarding when and where the alleged crimes occurred is moot because prosecutors have said ...

More Jobs for New York

03.13.12 | Bob Price

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says more than 25,000 New Yorkers have landed jobs in the last four months through the innovative "Jobs Express" website.

NASA Scientist Says He Was Fired For Believing In Intelligent Design

03.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

NASA's jet propulsion labaratory is being sued by a computer scientist who says he was laid off for promoting intelligent design. David Coppedge worked as a team lead on the Cassini mission, exploring Saturn and its moons. He lost his title in ...

70 Percent Of Ground Beef Sold Is "Pink Sludge". Where's The Good Stuff?

03.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A report by ABC found 70-percent of ground beef sold in stores is beef trimmings nicknamed "pink slime"-- that was once only used in dog food. It consists of fats and cartiledge sprayed with ammonia to make it safe to eat, then added to ground beef ...