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Yesterday's most popular: Pa. firms among those targeted in opioid probe

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has disclosed the names of pharmaceutical companies under investigation as part of a multi-state probe...

Toys R Us will live because Mattel and Hasbro can't let it die

Source: Bloomberg.com

Rest easy, kids. Toys “R” Us Inc. isn’t going anywhere, at least not if the makers of Barbie and Transformers have their way.

Opiods on the job are overwhelming American employers

At Philip Tulkoff’s food-processing plant in Baltimore, machines grind tough horseradish roots into puree. “If you put your arm in the...

Commute alert: Pennsylvania Turnpike warns of 80-mile detour this weekend

Source: WITF.org

Pennsylvania Turnpike officials are warning motorists of an 80-mile detour they'll encounter in western Pennsylvania over the weekend.

Rolling Stone faces revived lawsuit over campus rape article

Source: New York Times

Just days after announcing that it was for sale, Rolling Stone learned that it still faces litigation over its retracted article about a purported...

Yesterday's top story: Cargas to anchor former Bulova building in Lancaster

People have called it a missing piece of downtown revitalization efforts and, in at least one case, "the ugliest building in Lancaster."

Bill Goodling, former GOP congressman for York, Adams counties, dies at 89

Source: WITF.org

Bill Goodling, who served 26 years as York County's Republican congressman, has died. He was 89.

Philly going after Amazon headquarters

Source: PennLive.com

Philadelphia has "all hands on deck" in its effort to be chosen by Amazon as home of its new headquarters.

Push for Nafta overhaul may fall short, U.S. negotiator says

Source: New York Times

The top United States trade negotiator said Monday that it was unclear whether Canada, Mexico and the United States could reach a deal to overhaul...

Crocs' billion dollar strategy: Stay ugly

Source: Washington Post

Crocs, perhaps the most polarizing shoe of our time, is making a comeback. The company's signature foam clog fell out of favor a decade ago, but now...

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