Government & Politics

Lawmakers agreed to privatize free medical trips for Medicaid recipients last year. Now, some...

State lawmakers from rural Pennsylvania are pushing back on a privatization measure slipped into last year’s state budget that would affect transportation for at least 150,000 Medicaid recipients.

Congress, don’t crush my American Dream, pass the Dream and Promise Act | Opinion

Some 2.1 million Dreamers could be put on a pathway to citizenship through the legislation, according to published reports

Meet the Pa. congressman who blew up Twitter after calling Trump hardliner Stephen Miller...

The Philadelphia Democrat isn't known for rocking boat - unless you get him angry. Then it's game on.

Bringing the southern border closer to Pa., one immersion trip at a time |...

Travel along the U.S.-Mexico border and meeting migrants can build empathy for people without papers.

Marijuana legalization: The rare issue where women are more conservative than men | Analysis

Given the greater amount of time women spend caring for and worrying about their children, it’s perhaps not surprising that women’s political views are more affected than men’s by the experience of being a parent.

Meet Pa.’s newest, deep-pocketed special interest group | Editorial Cartoon

Spoiler alert: Lt. Gov. John Fetterman has been talking about it a bunch lately.

The Mueller Report: ‘We’re not there yet’ on impeachment, Pa. U.S. Rep. Madeleine Dean...

Members of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee have their work cut out for them as they review Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 448-page report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. But the committee...

Union opposition to post-Janus proposal divides Republican caucus in Pa. House

A bill that targets state unions and should be an easy sell to GOP lawmakers in the House has instead been stopped by a debate over how much to push a powerful interest group that has dug in its heels.

Advocates want Pa. to update its Equal Pay Act by 2020. It will take...

While the wage gap has narrowed in the U.S. over the past few decades as women have obtained education levels equal to men, researchers are still trying to figure out exactly why it remains.