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Without evidence, Trump claims documents confirm misconduct
Editorial: The growing importance of America’s youth vote
It almost goes without saying that today’s young adults are entering a world of confusing change and seemingly near-constant political turmoil.
Oped: Pa. budget misses key opportunities
Now that the dust has settled and lawmakers have traded Harrisburg for the campaign trail, it’s time to assess the impact of this Kumbaya budget deal.
EDITORIAL: Don’t change the rules on food stamps
Adding a new level of bureaucracy for parents struggling to feed their children will do no one any good.
EDITORIAL: Pruitt’s resignation long overdue
EDITORIAL: Scott Pruitt's resignation as the EPA Administrator was long overdue. Unfortunately, his harmful policies will almost certainly continue.
Oped: Fight to replace Pruitt will be political gold for Democrats
Had Pruitt stuck to cozying up to executives for polluters regulated by his agency, he'd probably still be running the EPA today.
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Editorial: Insist GOP Senate follow court protocol it invented
Well, look who’s in a great big hurry to fill a newly announced Supreme Court vacancy.
EDITORIAL: Pa. budget deal mildly encouraging
EDITORIAL: The Pennsylvania budget deal is a mildly encouraging sign, but there are numerous reasons for concern.
Trump tweets, hard-right voters hamper GOP immigration push
Republican apprehension over President Donald Trump’s next tweet and fear of riling conservative voters are undermining GOP leaders’ election-year struggle to shove an immigration bill through the House this week, leaving their prospects dubious.Politics
AP FACT CHECK: Trump’s skewed claims on immigration, economy
President Donald Trump is distorting the truth when it comes to the impact of his administration’s policy regarding separating children from their parents at the U.S. border.Factcheck
EDITORIAL: Issue that both sides should support
During these divisive times, it’s hard to find legislation that both sides of the red-blue divide can agree on. Gov. Tom Wolf may have found one.
Ex-Raven Smith floats idea of presidential run
Steve Smith Sr. ran past some of the best cornerbacks in the NFL in 16 seasons. Could he make a run on a grander yet more grueling stage?Nfl
EDITORIAL: Trump continues divisive strategy
EDITORIAL: President Donald Trump's decision to cancel the Eagles' White House visit had precious little to do with kneeling for the national anthem.
Replacing York County’s outdated voting machines: Looming deadline, big bill
As the November election approaches, York County's voting machines reportedly are outdated, vulnerable to hacking and lacking a commonly used safety feature that might reveal meddling or mistakes.Elections
Wolf, Wagner relying on social media to reach voters directly
The two York County natives going head-to-head in the gubernatorial election are relying on social media websites like Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr to deliver their messages directly to voters.Elections
Rep. Perry holding tele-town hall Wednesday night
Rep. Scott Perry, R-Carroll Township, will be holding a tele-town hall beginning at 7 p.m., Wednesday, June 6.Politics
No special election called for Wagner’s seat
Sen. Wagner delivered his farewell address, thanking his colleagues for the past four years and promising to return to the Capitol as governor.Politics
EDITORIAL: We should all support expungement
EDITORIAL: As a nation, one of our best attributes is that we believe in second chances. Failure should not define you.
Wagner resigning state Senate seat
State Sen. Scott Wagner will be resigning from his Senate seat Monday, June 4 to focus his attention on his gubernatorial bid.Politics
EDITORIAL: NFL picks profits over social justice
EDITORIAL: The NFL's recent decision to ban kneeling during the national anthem puts business corners ahead of social justice concerns.
AP FACT CHECK: Trump on border stats — and a Merkel mystery
Illegal border crossings, as President Donald Trump measures them, have gone up since he took office, even as he speaks to audiences about a drop of more than 40 percent.Factcheck
OPED: Gas company subsidies hurt Pa. families
As pro-life Christians here in Pennsylvania, we strongly oppose these efforts.
York is at the center of Pennsylvania politics
With the 2018 gubernatorial race coming down to local millionaires Tom Wolf and Scott Wagner, York County is at the center of Pennsylvania politics.Politics
Analyst: Wolf and Fetterman could unite Pa. Democrats
The Bernie Sanders-endorsed John Fetterman could help energize progressive Democrats as Gov. Tom Wolf seeks reelection.Politics
York County commissioners join call for citizens redistricting commission
The York County Commissioners have joined bipartisan calls for an independent citizens' redistricting commission but are unsure if the Legislature can set aside its identity politics and fix the way legislative maps are drawn in Pennsylvania.Elections
EDITORIAL: Voters key to limiting campaign cash
EDITORIAL: Americans want limits on the money spent on political campaigns. In the end, the only way to accomplish that is through the voting booth.
Low voter turnout across county could be a symptom of political burnout
Voter turnout for the May 15 primary election has been "surprisingly low" across the county for both parties, according to York County party chairs, when reached shortly before 5 p.m. Tuesday.Elections
10 contested races in York County primary election
York County voters will have the opportunity to help decide 10 contested races, seven Republican and three Democratic, on Tuesday, May 15.Politics