Government & Politics

House Repubs set to hold leadership elections today. Who will move up? | Monday...

The Speaker recognizes the gentleman from ... wherever ...

John Bolton refused to help when it mattered most. But there is an upside...

Oh, so now he tells us.John Bolton is telling us damning stuff about Trump that we already knew – and he’s doing it five months too late. Timing is everything in life and politics,...

Mail-in ballots and the Pa. Primary | The Numbers Racket

Curious what the demographics of those requests for mail-in ballots looks like across the state? 

To avoid a crisis on Election Day, Pa. needs to count its mail-in ballots...

Mail-in voting is here to stay. People like the convenience and freedom of being able to vote when they want not when someone else wants them to vote.

The Pa. GOP masterplan, revealed | Editorial Cartoon

Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, R-Butler, filed impeachment articles against Gov. Tom Wolf for his management of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is unlikely to gain a vote.

12 more Pa. counties, including Philly, set to enter green phase on June 26,...

While Philadelphia is set to go green, the local officials in the state's largest city will maintain additional restrictions until July 3.

Community leaders talk race, Columbus statue in South Philly

The discussion went beyond the Columbus statue controversy to address issues of criminal justice reform, disparities in education, housing and poverty.

The Capitol reopens Monday, and visitors must wear masks. Will House lawmakers?

The masking requirement is the first to cover lawmakers. It was included in new rules approved by a bipartisan committee of House Republican and Democratic leadership last week. 

‘I know my path:’ With Supreme Court’s DACA decision, central Pa. teen future looks...

In a 5-4 decision, Chief Justice Roberts sided with the court’s liberal wing in finding that the Trump administration broke the law in 2017 when it rescinded the program

Pa. Dems call for ‘recovery and healing,’ as state emerges from COVID-19 pandemic

Democratic lawmakers from Philly area gathered virtually Thursday to discuss a path forward for Pa. it emerges from the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.