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How do astronauts deal with conflict in cramped quarters?
Getting along with your coworkers can be tough in any job - much less one where you eat, sleep and work just feet away from one another. So how do astronauts do it? Read More »
Why is Pennsylvania called a commonwealth?
For states designated as a "commonwealth", it means they've adopted the British term for providing for the "common good." Read More »
Path to tougher gun controls may lead through states, not D.C.
The NRA is pushing an effort to get a national concealed-carry bill passed — while also trying to make it easier for people to get silencers for their weapons. And that leaves proponents of stricter laws focusing more on state capitals. Read More »
Street sensors and cameras in Pennsylvania: Urban asset or privacy concern?
Have you ever been driving down the highway and suddenly getting the feeling that you're being ... watched? Read More »
So, what's the deal with Pennsylvania's liquor laws?
The commonwealth’s uncommon approach dates back to the Prohibition-smashing 21st Amendment in 1933. Read More »