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In a statement sent before the protest, the Port Authority's CEO said the agency "unequivocally believes that Black lives matter."
IT problem derails Pa. Pardons Board votes on commutations; deliberations expected to resume Thursday
The Board of Pardons heard dozens of clemency requests on Tuesday and Wednesday from people hoping to have their criminal records expunged.
The new voting rights project is spearheaded by the Urban League of Philadelphia (ULP) and the ADL Philadelphia’s young professional affiliates.
A central Pennsylvania prosecutor is facing calls for his resignation over a Facebook post that he says is being blown out of proportion. On Sunday, Cumberland County's elected district attorney, Republican Skip Ebert, responded to...
The Keystone State gets a 'D' grade in a study from the Washington, D.C.-based Institute for Women’s Policy Research, up from a D-Minus in 2015.
"You have to give individuals the opportunity to be self-reliant ... and how they do that is through jobs and employment,” an advocate said.
Opening his eyes, and his mouth, the Eagles QB speaks a simple truth: 'There's a hurting community.'
In Butler County's 12th District, Democrat Dan Smith, who is openly gay, is trying to unseat GOP incumbent Daryl Metcalfe, who has made homophobic comments.
By Ayana Jones PHILADELPHIA -- When Lynette Medley encountered women who were using newspapers and socks because they couldn’t afford menstrual supplies, she took action. Medley established a bank of free feminine hygiene products and in-home...