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Amid the rows of white wood lockers inside the Blooming Grove state police barracks, just one of the 52 doors is marked with something other than a number. "Cpl. Bryon Dickson," reads a plaque on the center of locker No. 7, where a few of the slain cop' (read more)

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It was fitting that the epitaph on former state Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery's judicial service came from a political operative rather than a lawyer or legal scholar. And it showed that Mr. McCaffery is consistent. Bob Brady, head of the Phila (read more)

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