HARRISBURG, PA (SBN) — Families are returning to visit relatives in Pennsylvania nursing homes, bringing a year of painful isolation to an end for many…
Advocates for people with disabilities say the cap New York put on Medicaid spending in 2011 doesn’t keep pace with growing health-care needs and they’re urging lawmakers to finally repeal it. SBN correspondent Steve Lubetkin reports on the issue.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and movie expert Glenn Frankel discusses his book, SHOOTING MIDNIGHT COWBOY: Art, Sex, Loneliness, Liberation, and The Making of a Dark Classic, a history of the first (and only) X-rated film to ever win a Best Picture Oscar.
In this special report, SBN’s Steve Lubetkin describes concerns raised by the New York state teachers union president and a multigenerational family advocate about keeping families safe as schools return to face-to-face education.
Calling the issue a matter of “great public importance,” a Pennsylvania judge has ruled that parents challenging the constitutionality of Pennsylvania’s school-funding system are entitled to their day in court.
SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin reports on how New York lawmakers and community activists are calling on New York to help eliminate hunger by raising taxes on corporations and the state’s wealthiest residents.
Listen to SBN’s exclusive interview with Light of Day co-founder and executive director Tony Pallagrosi about this year’s virtual concerts.
Although most Americans want to see Donald Trump impeached and barred from future elected office, Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, tells SBN that Republican voters are only likely to break with the former president if Republican leaders make the first move.
Award-winning photojournalist Thomas P. Costello describes his experience covering the “Trump Insurrection” Jan. 6, in which supporters of President Donald Trump, incited by Trump and other speeches, stormed the US Capitol Jan. 6 in the first sacking of the building since the British attacked the structure in 1814.
Randy Alexander, president of Randex Public Relations and a 20-year veteran of the music publicity industry whose clients included music legends Bobby Rydell, Robert Hazzard, Deep Purple, Joe Piscopo, Randy Bachman, the Amazing Kreskin, the Steve Miller Band, and many others, died at home Sunday after a brief battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 62.