Another day, another story of white coal mining Trump voters shocked that a billionaire con artist won’t protect their health care.
The New York Times may actually have a narrower range of articles concerning the aftermath of the 2016 election than it does on the op-ed page, as it publishes its approximately 798th article on white
The official journal of the Trump administration is acting as responsibly as ever. A Jewish family has temporarily left its Lancaster County, Pennsylvania home, citing fear of retribution after coming
On December 19, 1907, the Darr Mine near Smithton, Pennsylvania, caught fire and exploded. 239 people died, many of them children. This was the largest workplace disaster in Pennsylvania history. The
On September 6, 1869, the Avondale Colliery mine near Plymouth, Pennsylvania caught on fire, killing 110 workers. This disaster, one of the first major coal disasters in the United States, led to some
On May 31, 1889, the South Fork dam, on the land of the South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club above the city of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, collapsed during a heavy rainstorm. Over 2200 people died in the
Good news from a Pennsylvania court. A court in Pennsylvania on Wednesday struck down a state law that imposed a lifetime ban from employment on as many as 200,000 people with criminal records in the
The steel industry in the United States declined for reasons a bit more complicated than a lot of other industries. It wasn’t so much that steel manufacturers moved overseas so much as the U.S.