Commentary

Illinois is ending cash bail. Does it have the blueprint for Pa.? | Wednesday...

How a state famed for political corruption is getting it right on criminal justice reform. Could Pa. follow suit?

Who is Jeffrey Yass? And why is he such a big problem for Pennsylvania?...

Pennsylvania has become a playground for Yass, a conservative activist and moneyman, and his untold billions.

Central Pa. voters deserve better than Trump loyalist Scott Perry | Opinion

Scott Perry is part of what is wrong with American politics today.

Pa. Rep. Dwight Evans joins call for Biden to commute federal death sentences |...

The Philadelphia Democrat is among the signatories of a letter urging President Joe Biden to take 'swift, decisive action,' to halt executions.

With budget season approaching, Wolf, lawmakers must fully fund Pa.’s community colleges | Opinion

For community colleges, who we educate is almost as important as what we teach. We are essential to our communities.

Johnstown lawmaker scores big win in fight with Pa. liquor board. But the fight...

The real losers, noted Burns, were taxpayers who paid for the futile legal battle.

For the good of Pa., and the country, Rep. Scott Perry must resign |...

Repeatedly given the choice between protecting the interests of Pennsylvania voters or those of Donald Trump's, Scott Perry chose Trump. He must resign.

Goodbye, MAGA. Hello MGWA (Make government work again) | Dick Polman

The era of idiocy is over. The vacuum at the top has been filled. The new science team actually respects science.

Biden has a congressional shortcut to cancel Trump’s regulatory rollbacks, but it comes with...

By Daniel Farber The Trump administration dedicated itself to deregulation with unprecedented fervor. It rolled back scores of regulations across government agencies, including more than 80 environmental rules. The Biden administration can reverse some of those...

Another problem with judicial districts: The threat of judicial extremism | Marc Stier

One of the most important political adages is “beware unintended consequences.” That judicial gerrymandering might lead to judicial extremism is one that should concern us.