Lycoming County Resource Management Services will begin collecting single use and rechargeable batteries starting March 1. They urge the public to be aware potential fire hazards.
lsrael is sending a delegation to Paris Friday to meet with officials from the U.S., Qatar and Egypt to discuss the latest outlines of a potential deal for a pause in the fighting in Gaza.
Tucker Carlson did not ask Putin about how so many of his opponents wind up imprisoned and murdered, or the warrant the International Criminal Court has out for his arrest for war crimes in Ukraine.
Why are so many frozen embryos created? And how is the Alabama Supreme Court ruling likely to affect IVF in the future? Here's what you need to know.
China's charting its own course, distancing itself from the U.S. in the Middle East, refusing to condemn the Houthis and looking to capitalize on ties with regional players to help solve the crisis.
An innovative program in Colombia gives men a chance to master the skills needed to be a hands-on dad — and become closer to their kids along the way.
On the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion, NPR photographer Claire Harbage shares her experiences of covering the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Alabama lawmakers propose bills to clarify the state Supreme Court's ruling that frozen embryos are "children." Leaked documents show a Chinese company's hacking operations for the Chinese government.
President Biden has announced more than 500 new sanctions over Russia's war in Ukraine and the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Morning Edition's Michel Martin speaks with Rep. Jim Clyburn about his decision to step down from a House Democratic leadership role and his assessment of the presidential race so far.
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- Luzerne County Director of Elections resigns
- State, county courts settle with DOJ on addiction med treatment
- Pa. State Police Seeks Public Comment
- Loans available for residents, businesses impacted by Scranton flooding
- Pike County office relocates
- Drillers must disclose chemicals used in new fracking sites: DEP
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