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More on Medicare with Capital BlueCross Representatives on Your Financial Choices

Laurie Siebert's topic is "More on Medicare," a follow-up to her recent show dedicated to Medicare. Laurie is joined by guests from Capital BlueCross -- Stewart Brouse, Director of Federal Program Sales, and Thomas Kennedy, Manager of Medicare Broker Field Sales.

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At the Movies: The Irishman

5 hours ago

Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press reviews the biography crime drama, "The Irishman."

Economic Pulse: Week of 11/29/19

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Dr. Kamram Afshar presents a synopsis of the week's economic news with a detailed look at trends in the Lehigh Valley and the nation.

Ashley Lorah and Tori Morgan | On Every Main Street

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Host Greg Capogna welcomes back Ashley Lorah, Emmaus Main Street Manager and Manager of Affiliated Chambers for the East Penn and Western Lehigh Chambers, plus Tori Morgan, President of the South Whitehall Township Board of Commissioners.

Dr. Thaddeus Robinson on LV Discourse

Dec 3, 2019

John Pearce speaks with Dr. Thaddeus Robinson, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Muhlenberg College in Allentown.

George Miller and Kate Scuffle welcome Penn State Lehigh Valley’s Arts Coordinator Ann Lalik and visiting artist Elsabé Dixon to discuss the school's new campus-wide visual arts project dedicated to the spotted lanterfly.

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Joycelyn Savage, one of R. Kelly's girlfriends, asserted on Wednesday night that she had been "hacked," and that a series of online accusations published last month that said that the R&B singer had sexually and physically abused her were false. She said that she remains by Kelly.

Presidential candidate Joe Biden squared off with a voter in Iowa on Thursday, calling the man a "damn liar" after he accused Biden of helping to get his son on the board of a Ukrainian gas company in an attempt to win access with Ukraine's president.

In the testy exchange at a town hall packed with Biden supporters, the former vice president took umbrage with another accusation from the voter: that Biden is too old to run for president.

Updated 4:55 p.m. ET

Members of the United Auto Workers executive board Thursday approved Rory Gamble as president of the union through June 2022.

He was elevated from his acting role and will serve the rest of the term vacated by former president Gary Jones, who resigned last month after being implicated in a years-long federal investigation looking into embezzlement and bribery at the union.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has called for the drafting of articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.

Following testimony from four constitutional scholars on Wednesday, the California Democrat said in a press conference that she expected House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerrod Nadler to move the impeachment process forward.

General Motors and LG Chemical plan to make battery cells for electric-powered vehicles, unveiling a joint venture that they expect to create more than 1,100 jobs in northeast Ohio. The companies say they'll invest up to $2.3 billion in the venture.

The project is centered around Lordstown, Ohio, where GM shuttered a plant last March that had produced the Chevrolet Cruze. The new plant in the Lordstown area will make battery cells for GM's upcoming all-electric vehicles, from a Cadillac sedan to a new electric truck that's slated for release in late 2021.

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