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It’s National Voter Registration Day — so do it

from: theincline.com Thanks to online registration, you don’t actually have to leave the couch. Voter Registration Day. So if you’re not registered to vote, or need to change your address, go ahead and do it today. Why not today? You’re that busy? Busier than Michelle Obama? Hmm. The easiest way to register or change info including your… Continue reading It’s National Voter Registration Day — so do it

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Pittsburgh teen intercepted by the FBI

A Pittsburgh teen intercepted by the FBI explains how he was recruited by terrorists abroad and in regular contact with al Qeada and the Taliban. "They were offering support, material support," the teen said, including money, transportation and weapons. “I was willing to take what they could give me and use it for what I was willing to do."… Continue reading Pittsburgh teen intercepted by the FBI

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Pittsburgh no longer has a daily paper

from The Incline: https://theincline.com/ The big story: The end of the daily newspaper Pittsburgh is now the largest city in America without a daily newspaper. After many iterations, Pittsburgh’s last remaining daily, the 232-year-old Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, cut its print production schedule from seven days a week to five, eliminating physical copies of the Tuesday and Saturday editions, starting this weekend. Here's why… Continue reading Pittsburgh no longer has a daily paper

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Pittsburgh News 8/24

From The Incline: https://theincline.com State Rep. Jake Wheatley, D-Allegheny County, has been ordered to attend an anger management course following a polling place altercation in May. Wheatley was accused of pushing a campaign worker for an opponent's campaign. Wheatley's campaign said he was "verbally taunted" by the campaign worker before confronting the individual. (WPXI) Ambridge's suspended police… Continue reading Pittsburgh News 8/24