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PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA TO ADDRESS VFW CONVENTION IN PITTSBURGH

The president will also take questions from Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show," as concerns run high about a deal that's supposed to keep Iran from developing nuclear weapons, veterans' care and a shooting rampage against U.S. Marines.


GOV. TOM WOLF SAYS BAD BUDGETING COSTING PENNSYLVANIANS ABOUT $170 MILLION ANNUALLY

Wolf made those comments on a radio station Tuesday as lawmakers return to Harrisburg to resume face-to-face meetings to discuss a three-week-old budget stalemate.


BACKHOE OPERATOR SET TO PLEAD GUILTY IN DEADLY PHILADELPHIA BUILDING COLLAPSE

The defense attorney for Sean Benschop says he'll plead guilty Tuesday to involuntary manslaughter for his role in the collapse of a Salvation Army thrift store, which killed six people.


PROSECUTORS TO SEEK DEATH PENALTY IN BABY TOSSED FROM BRIDGE CASE

Johnesha Monae Perry, 20, charged with homicide and child endangerment in the May death of Zymeir Perry. Allentown police found the baby in the Lehigh River, but he died six days later.


FORMER PHILADELPHIA UNION BOSS GETS MORE THAN 19 YEARS IN PRISON FOR LABOR RACKETEERING

Joseph Dougherty, 73, was also ordered to pay more than a half-million dollars' restitution for overseeing violence, vandalism and intimidation at nonunion work sites, including a Quaker meetinghouse.


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