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Taxi drivers wait for clients next to their classic American cars in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014. How does one end almost 54 years of hostility toward a next-door neighbor? That’s about to become clear as the Obama administration and the communist government of Raul Castro move to normalize more than a half-century of bitter animosity between the United States and Cuba. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
Next steps on Cuba: Normalizing could take awhileWhat's next on Cuba, step by step: Ending a half-century of hostility won't happen overnight
The Associated Press31 minutes ago
A poster for the movie "The Interview" is taken down by a worker after being pulled from a display case at a Carmike Cinemas movie theater, Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014, in Atlanta. Georgia-based Carmike Cinemas has decided to cancel its planned showings of "The Interview" in the wake of threats against theatergoers by the Sony hackers. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Sony hacking fallout puts all companies on alertCompanies on high alert as Sony hacking puts focus on corporate cybersecurity flaws
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FILE - In this Oct. 22, 2014 file photo, Secret Service respond on the North Lawn of the White House after a man jumped the White House fence in Washington. An external review of the Secret Service says the next director should be hired from outside the insular agency. The Homeland Security Department released an executive summary of the assessment on Thursday. The review was led by four former officials, two who served under President Barack Obama and two from the administration of former President George W. Bush. It was launched after a security breach at the White House in September.  (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)
Review panel: Secret Service needs outsider as leaderReview panel calls for outsider to lead Secret Service, more personnel and training
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Group challenges timber producer's 'green' labelGroup challenges 'green' certification for Plum Creek, 1 of nation's biggest timber producers
The Associated Press36 minutes ago
Iraqi Kurdish forces gather to see bodies of Islamic State militants killed during fighting on Wednesday, when Kurdish forces push towards Sinjar Mountain, as they inspect the area in Kobani, Iraq, Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014. Iraqi Kurdish forces battling Islamic State militants managed on Thursday to open up a corridor to the mountain so that thousands of people from the country's Yazidi minority who have been trapped there can flee, said a senior Kurdish official. (AP Photo/Dalton Bennett)
Top Islamic militants killed; more US troops going to IraqTop Islamic State leaders killed; more US troops heading to Iraq in a couple of weeks
The Associated Press37 minutes ago
FILE - In this Jan. 25, 2006 file photo, Tom Rider, a former circus elephant trainer, shows a bullhook that is used by elephant trainers to members of Nebraska's Judiciary Committee in Loncoln, in support of a bill that would ban the use of the devices Nebraska. The Oakland, Calif., City Council earlier this week unanimously approved an ordinance outlawing bullhooks, an instrument resembling a fireplace poker with a sharp hook on one end that is used by trainers to control the animals. Oakland is now the second city in California, after Los Angeles, to ban the use of a bullhooks. Stephen Payne, a spokesman for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, says the ban takes effect in 2017. The Oakland Zoo and animal rights activists supported the ordinance. Payne says Ringling Bros. might work with the incoming City Council to reconsider the ban. The circus will stop performing in Los Angeles in the summer of 2016. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik, File)
Oakland joins LA in banning circus elephant toolOakland is second California city, after LA, to ban tool used by circus elephant handlers
The Associated Press38 minutes ago
FILE - In this Dec. 9, 2013 file photo, Dick Van Dyke arrives at the U.S. premiere of "Saving Mr. Banks" at Disney Studios  in Burbank, Calif.  Weinstein Books announced Thursday that Van Dyke is writing a book, "Keep Moving, and Other Tips and Truths About Old Age." Publication is planned for the fall of 2015, just in time for his 90th birthday next December. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)
Dick Van Dyke tells seniors 'Keep Moving' in upcoming bookDick Van Dyke tells seniors 'Keep Moving' in upcoming book to coincide with his 90th birthday
The Associated Press38 minutes ago
IRS head says budget cuts could delay tax refundsIRS commissioner says budget cuts could delay tax refunds, hurt services during filing season
The Associated Press46 minutes ago
FILE - In this Sept. 6, 2013 file photo, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez throws out Boston Red Sox runner Dustin Pedroia during the fifth inning of a baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says Alex Rodriguez's days as an everyday fielder are over and he hopes A-Rod will be New York's fulltime designated hitter.  Cashman said during a telephone interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014,  that "I can't expect Alex to be anything." (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun, File)
Steroids trial pushed back for A-Rod's cousinSteroids trial delayed from February to April for A-Rod cousin over health problems
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  • Accused Scotty Killer Twiddles Thumbs in Court

    A Chester County man accused of beating his girlfriend's son to death twiddled his thumbs as he appeared in court Thursday via video. Gary Fellenbaum, the boy's mother Jillian Tait and Fellenbaum's estranged wife Amber Fellenbaum said little as each appeared separately in court on charges stemming from the beating death of a 3-year-old Scotty McMillan. NBC Philadelphia, Thu, Dec 18 2014 @ 03:31 PM
  • Ten charged in alleged PennDOT kickback scheme

    Ten PennDOT employees and contractors were charged Wednesday with a widespread overbilling scheme that cost Pennsylvania taxpayers at least $1.2 million, according the state attorney general's office. Prosecutors allege two former managers in PennDOT's District 6, which includes Philadelphia and four suburban counties, took kickbacks from highway inspectors in exchange for allowing the contractors to submit fraudulent time sheets and mileage reports. The Morning Call, Wed, Dec 17 2014 @ 11:26 AM
  • U.S. 202 North Traffic Pattern Change Scheduled this Weekend

    Nighttime and weekend construction is scheduled to move the northbound travel lanes on U.S. 202 to the center of the highway between the U.S. 30 and Route 401 interchanges in East Whiteland Township, Chester County, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced Thursday. The traffic pattern change is part of PennDOT's $63.3 million project to rebuild and widen 2.5 miles of U.S. 202 to six lanes between U.S. 30 and Route 401. Patch.com, Thu, Dec 18 2014 @ 02:23 PM
  • Cheyney University in Dire Financial Straits

    Cheyney University, which straddles the border of Delaware and Chester counties, has run a deficit four out of the last five years and has a $12.3 million shortfall. Another $5.5 million shortfall is expected this year. Phillymag.com, Thu, Dec 18 2014 @ 10:16 AM
  • Chesco SPCA adds new police officer

    The Chester County SPCA announced Wednesday the addition of Kelsey Beam to its staff as full-time Humane Society Police Officer. Beam is one of many new additions to the CCSPCA's Animal Protective Services Department, expanded in an effort to best meet the needs of abused and abandoned animals within Chester and Delaware Counties. UnionvilleTimes.com, Thu, Dec 18 2014 @ 06:04 AM
  • Cheyney University's future uncertain

    THE FISCAL health of Cheyney University, the nation's first historically black university, has deteriorated for five years and could worsen without immediate state intervention, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said yesterday. An audit released by DePasquale shows that the university has a $12.3 million deficit as a result of bad debt, declining enrollment and decreasing revenue from state aid, tuition and fees. Philly.com, Wed, Dec 17 2014 @ 11:43 PM
  • Ex-Traffic Court judge Tynes gets prison

    A tearful Thomasine Tynes, the former president judge of Philadelphia Traffic Court, pleaded guilty Wednesday to pocketing a $2,000 Tiffany bracelet given to her by an undercover agent who secretly taped the exchange as part of a sting. Common Pleas Court Judge Thomas Gavin told Tynes that she should have realized before accepting the gift at the Palm restaurnt in Center City in 2011, "'I'm sitting down to have lunch with a snake. Philly.com, Wed, Dec 17 2014 @ 07:10 PM
  • Kichline sworn in as County Commissioner

    A large gathering of family, friends and dignitaries came to witness the swearing in of Chester County's newly appointed Commissioner, Michelle Haris Kichline, Tuesday afternoon. Chester County Court of Common Pleas President Judge, James P. MacElree II, presided over the ceremony and administered Kichline's Oath of service. UnionvilleTimes.com, Wed, Dec 17 2014 @ 09:12 AM
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