In the lead up to 2020 census, General Assembly lawmakers have their eyes on a small but potentially important change to state law — counting incarcerated people at their homes, not at the prisons where they're serving their time.
By chance, a sociologist started an experiment the day sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein became public. As the #MeToo movement gained steam, people's responses changed.
About 60 abortion right advocates rallied outside the Pennsylvania Capitol on Tuesday in response to a wave of state laws that some see as a part of a concerted attempt to ban the procedure...
It's also a world that Jessica Marquez-Gates, of Cumberland County, Pa., thought she left behind a long time ago.
Lt. Gov. Fetterman on his 67-county cannabis tour: ‘A significant majority’ of Pennsylvanians support...
And more tour takeaways from Lt. Gov. John Fetterman...
Pa. shouldn't be the state, the founder of the Philadelphia Gay News said Monday, "where you can get married, but be refused the honeymoon suite."
If you want to honor the spirit of Brown, get out and vote.
While the Brown vs. Board of Education case is often celebrated for ordering school desegregation, history shows many black people in the city where the case began opposed integrated schools.
Despite the fanfare on Capitol Hill, the effort is unlikely to be enacted into law this Congress.
By Friday afternoon, the group had apologized. But some weren't buying it.