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Miss Delaware loses crown for being a few months too old

Jun 27 2014

A beauty contest winner, stripped of her crown as Miss Delaware due to age, said on Friday she had done nothing wrong and wants to be allowed to compete in the Miss America pageant even though she will turn 25 this year.

Miss Delaware loses crown for being a few months too old

Jun 27 2014

A beauty contest winner, stripped of her crown as Miss Delaware due to age, said on Friday she had done nothing wrong and wants to be allowed to compete in the Miss America pageant even though she will turn 25 this year.

Miss Delaware loses crown for being a few months too old

Jun 27 2014

A beauty contest winner, stripped of her crown as Miss Delaware due to age, said on Friday she had done nothing wrong and wants to be allowed to compete in the Miss America pageant even tough she will turn 25 this year.

Pennsylvania pastor defrocked for son's gay wedding is reinstated

Jun 24 2014

PHILADELPHIA A Methodist pastor who was defrocked after officiating at his son's same-sex wedding ceremony will be reinstated, said a church appeals panel that withdrew his punishment on Tuesday.

Pennsylvania pastor defrocked for son's gay wedding is reinstated

Jun 24 2014

PHILADELPHIA, June 24 A Methodist pastor who was defrocked after officiating at his son's same-sex wedding ceremony will be reinstated, said a church appeals panel that withdrew his punishment on Tuesday.

U.S. group changes lung transplant policy for kids

Jun 23 2014

NEWTOWN SQUARE Pa. A U.S. group that sets policy for organ transplants voted on Monday to adopt a permanent rule to allow some children access to adult lungs.

U.S. group changes lung transplant policy for kids

Jun 23 2014

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa., June 23 A U.S. group that sets policy for organ transplants voted on Monday to adopt a permanent rule to allow some children access to adult lungs.

President Obama intervenes to end Philadelphia transit strike

Jun 14 2014

PHILADELPHIA President Barack Obama on Saturday intervened to end a transit strike in the greater Philadelphia area, establishing an emergency board to force the two sides to negotiate.

Sale of Philadelphia newspapers caps off wrangling, legal fights

Jun 11 2014

PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia's two biggest newspapers were formally sold on Wednesday to a former cable television executive, capping months of power struggles and legal battles complicated by the recent death of one of the owners in an airplane crash.

Sale of Philadelphia newspapers caps off wrangling, legal fights

Jun 11 2014

PHILADELPHIA, June 11 Philadelphia's two biggest newspapers were formally sold on Wednesday to a former cable television executive, capping months of power struggles and legal battles complicated by the recent death of one of the owners in an airplane crash.

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