In 15 years, the commonwealth has averaged an annual increase of barely 1 percent in Medicaid funding.
Your end-of-week guide to where things stand on the budget debate - from one point of view.
This is the strewn personal gear, gear that will never be needed again, of those who fought and died to give us our entrance into Europe.
Wednesday provided a vivid reminder that not only are some in the Capitol not on the same page, they're not even reading the same book.
The bills approved by a pair of Senate committees are forward motion at least
(Editor's Note: In conjunction with the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association, the Capital-Star is reprinting the timeless work of World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle. Over the next three days, we'll be running a selection of...
Have-not districts are facing ongoing and permanent deficits as expenditure growth continues to outstrip increases in state support. The consequences of these deficits are grim.
If Roe v Wade is reversed and abortion policy is left to the states again, a tsunami of outrage will be unleashed.
It's often said that today's youth don't have enough outlets to express themselves or to find the happiness that they're looking for. I guess that all depends on where you're looking.
The House's DSA lawmakers are doing very mainstream stuff. It's working.