“I wonder in the debate, when him and I get on stage, is he going to walk in with a mask?” Trump joked. “I’ll be honest, he feels good about the mask, and that’s okay, whatever makes you feel good.
When Pennsylvania state lawmakers returned to Harrisburg from summer recess in early September, they were met with a series of grim warnings.
In a rare show of bipartisanship amid election year and pandemic-driven rancor, a plan to fix Pennsylvania’s troubled rental assistance program has moved forward in the Legislature.“It’s a good bill for the landlord, it’s...
GOP leaders argue that the state’s highest court overstepped its authority in a ruling extending the deadline for some mail-in ballots.
Advocates say that such a a break in fares would boost bus ridership by 9 percent, or 1.2 million more trips a year.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., said Tuesday that he'll be a 'yes' vote for President Donald Trump's pick to replace U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Right now, businesses have to seek a variance to build a gender-neutral restroom. One Pa. lawmaker wants the county to change its rules.
Pa. had 37 active criminal cases in federal court in 2019, the new, state-by-state analysis concludes.
Too many of the comments of politicians and their political ads are insulting to the intelligence of our community and our country.
McConnell was never going to allow a liberal majority on the Supreme Court if he could stop it. Now the stage is set for a political battle.