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By Trump’s Standards, We’re All ‘Ugly Women’
And now it's time to rise up!
By Ann Friedman
Former PA Governor Says ‘Ugly Women’ Won’t Vote for Trump
What a guy!
By Gabriella Paiella
Sandwich Gaffes: Romney Orders a ‘Sub’ in the Heart of Hoagie Country [Updated]
The hoagie diss makes Romney look just as foolish as John Kerry when he ordered a cheesesteak with Swiss cheese at Pat's Steaks back in 2003.
By Collin Keefe
People Continue to Like the Idea of Hillary Clinton Running for President in 2016
Today, we have Nancy Pelosi and Ed Rendell.
By Caroline Bankoff
Political Types Unsure If Far East Is More or Less Wimpy Than Our Pro Sports Leagues
They do know, however, that sports seem to have taken a decided turn for the "effete."
By Noreen Malone
Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell Splits From Wife of 40 Years
Was it one too many cheesesteaks?
By Julie Gerstein
PA Governor's Mansion Chef Charged With Stealing Silverware; A Japanese School Serves Whale Meat For 'Cultural' Lunch Week
Plus: Pepperoni is America's most popular pizza topping; and researchers in Vienna believe red wine could be used as treatment for type 2 diabetes, all in our morning news roundup.
Clinton Friend Ed Rendell Is Ignoring Everything Hillary Has Said About 2016
He thinks she might run for president.
By Dan Amira
Johnny Brenda’s Serves Wussies a Snow Day Brunch
Snow day? Ha! As if.
By Collin Keefe
Rendell Ponys Up $1M For Tatstykakes; Almond Milk Is More Popular Than Ever
Plus a Portland-based chocolatier revives a rare cacao bean, and forecasters predict a great year for restaurateurs, all in our morning news roundup.
With Lawsuits Symphony House Is Killing South Street’s Jamaican Jerk Hut; Gov. Rendell’s Short-Term Loan For Tasty Baking Co. Could Be Undone by Gov.-elect Corbett
Plus a Super Bowl ad depicting Dorito's as a sacrament stirs an uproar, and food dye may cause hyperactivity, all in our morning news roundup.
New Food Safety Laws Go Into Effect in PA in 2011; Fine Dining Is Really Bad For You
Plus burglars rob a food bank in Baltimore, and with fewer people flying, airport food-vendor earnings are down, all in our morning news roundup.
Gov. Rendell Promotes Healthcare for Restaurant Workers; PA State Senator Wants Stiffer Penalties for Drinking-Related Crimes
Plus a federal advisory panel is leaning towards endorsing genetically modified salmon, and a Kentucky man claims too much coffee led him to strangle his wife, all in our morning news roundup.
There Are Just Two Words Politicians Have to Say to Cast Suspicion on Their Rivals
By Jessica Pressler
Best Speech of Hillary Clinton’s Career Caps Genuinely Exciting DNC Night
On day two of their convention, Democrats finally got some red meat.
By Peter Keating