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Senate Republicans Have 20 Times More Cash Raised Than NY Democrats

01.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Senate Republicans in New York have built quite a large campaign war chest, winning the war for money over Democrats. The Senate Republican Campaign Commitee is expected to announce today it has 4.8 million dollars in cash on hand, compared to just ...

Looking For Motivation To Work Out? There's An App For That

01.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

People looking for extra motivation to exercise may want to consider a new iphone app that puts their money on the line.  The app called "Gympact" charges users a small fee everytime they skip going to the gym.  To sign up, users enter ...

Computergate Trial Starts Tomorrow In Pennsylvania

01.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Jury selection begins tomorrow in the public corruption trial of former Pennsylvania House Speaker Bill DeWeese.  Opening statements get underway next week.  The 61-year-old Democrat is charged with illegally using taxpayer-funded ...

Evangelical Leaders Huddle To Discuss Conservative Presidential Candidates

01.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

 Evangelical leaders across the country are gathering in Texas today to solidify their front behind a conservative candidate for President. The invite ticket included 150 different names-- like Don Wildmon of the American Family Association, ...

P.A. Governor Tom Corbett Signals He's Running Again

01.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

    In the clearest indication yet that he will seek a second term, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett said Thursday that he intends to open the 100th Pennsylvania Farm Show. That doesn't take place till 4 years from now. "I have to ...

G-Rated Movies Generate 3 to 5 Times More Income Then R-Rated Flicks

01.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

    In 2011, 207 R-rated movies were released, and the average movie made just 10-million dollars. In the same year, 18 rated-G movies were released, and they generated 34-million-dollars each. Media pundit Dr. Ted Baehr, founder and ...

Girl Scouts Boycotted For Allowing Transgender Boys To Join

01.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

 A 14-year old girl is taking on Girl Scout Troops across the nation for their code of ethics. A couple of weeks ago, a story surfaced about a Colorado Girl Scout Troop that decided to admit a 7-year-old transgender child. Now, a California ...

Supreme Court Ruling Handed Down On Hiring and Firing At Religious Workplaces

01.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

   There has been a landmark ruling out of the U.S. Supreme Court on workplace discrimination in churches. In a 9 to 0 vote, the justices agreed that churches need to have the freedom to control their workforce. Matt Staver with the ...

The Comment Period On Hydrofracking In N.Y. Is Over; What Happens Now?

01.12.12 | Sarah Harnisch

  At midnight January 11th, the comment period to weigh in on gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale in New York came to an end. What happens now? A team of 56 D.E.C. staffers will pore over some 30-thousand comments, and will reply to some, and ...

Divorce Harms Your Physical Health

01.11.12 | Sarah Harnisch

 A new review that gleaned information from dozens of different studies showed divorced adults have a higher risk of early death when they are compared to married people.  The research from the University of Arizona's David Sbarra ...

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