Walter Brasch

08/07/2014 - 2:39pm

    Researchers at Temple University in Philadelphia may have found an entry-way to the cure for AIDS.

    Once the HIV virus enters the body it can lie dormant for years. It can also evolve into AIDS.  But, until now, it could never be removed. 

    It’s far too early...

02/20/2014 - 2:38pm

    A week before the opening of the Olympics, 759 Pennsylvanians paid $25 each to participate in a sport that would never be a part of any international competition.

    These Pennsylvanians carried shotguns, whistles, and electronic calls; most also used dogs to search out...

02/13/2014 - 4:51pm

    For Vladimir Putin, the winter Olympics is not about sports or international camaraderie. It’s a carefully orchestrated propaganda opportunity to try to showcase the nation’s athletes and show the world a Russia that, even with its great culture and arts, may exist only in the imaginations of those...

01/30/2014 - 10:00am

    The derailment of a 101-car CSX freight train on a bridge in a densely-populated part of Philadelphia this past week should be yet another warning to politicians who have become cheerleaders for oil and gas fracking.

    The train had been hauling crude oil from the...

01/23/2014 - 1:52am

    The Big Story this past week was the Golden Globes awards.

    The Golden Globes, sponsored by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and broadcast by NBC, drew 21 million viewers for the three-hour ceremony, preceded by a one-hour Red Carpet gush-fest hosted by “...

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