PHILADELPHIA, PA (SBN) – A recent report to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights documents the impact or disparities in exclusionary discipline on students of…
An audio news report on legislation setting and enforcing safe staffing levels for nurses in New York hospitals and nursing homes.
A new report highlights how geographic, racial/ethnic and economic factors are combining to restrict access to health care services for many Pennsylvanians.
fayemi shakur, board chair of Newark Symphony Hall, and the Hall’s president & CEO Taneshia Nash Laird, are guests on SBN Newsmakers TV show.
Economists say the proposed consolidation of Pennsylvania’s 14 public universities would devastate local economies and workforces through significant job losses and economic decline in surrounding communities.
The last operating reactor at the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant was shut down for the last time on Friday, April 30, the culmination of a four-decade debate about safety and environmental concerns.
A 2020 economic study by NJ Focus, a nonpartisan, nonprofit research foundation, found that the pandemic led New Jersey’s economy to record high unemployment rates and unemployment claims, as well as a historic contraction in the state’s Gross Domestic Product, followed by a quick rebound.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in a student freedom-of-speech case from Pennsylvania involving a cheerleader.
Pennsylvania lawmakers say President Biden’s American Jobs Plan will help restore an economy ravaged by COVID and create thousands of new, good-paying jobs in the Keystone State.
A new contract must adhere to the Healthy Terminals Act, but SBN correspondent Steve Lubetkin reports that the union says contract talks have stalled.