‘We need to make a profit first’: What’s at stake in proposed gas tax...

Goldschneider’s company is looking to build its first plant to produce methanol, an alternative fuel that can be burned to power cars and ships. 

The world is getting warmer. What can Pennsylvania do about it?

Warming temperatures are wreaking havoc on civilizations across the globe. And it will get worse as human-caused climate change intensifies floods, acidifies oceans, and renders coastal areas uninhabitable due to rising sea levels.Pennsylvania will...

Where we are, where we’ve been: A look at Pennsylvania’s oil-rich history

Even today, few industries — aside from coal and steel — have had the same impact on the state as oil and gas drilling. The state was at one time the country’s leading producer in the oil and gas industry since the 1850s, creating thousands of jobs across the commonwealth and driving its economy for much of the 20th century. 

Exclusive: New ad campaign hits Pa. Rep. Perry over background checks vote | Wednesday...

Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers.The anti-gun violence group Everytown for Gun Safety, joined by its activist wing, Moms Demand Action, is diving into one of the country's most hotly contested congressional contests, as it launches a new...

‘It’s a time like none other’: Philly Council, police, residents speak out on...

By Michael D'OnofrioPHILADELPHIA -- Fourteen-year-old M’kiyah Martin is scared to sleep because of the gun violence in her community.“I don’t want to wake up every day and see a different person taken from me;...

‘We’re bringing the village together’: In Philly’s Germantown, residents air gun violence concerns

In what is becoming a regular occurrence as Philadelphia continues to grapple with escalating gun violence, yet another church opened its doors after the sun had set in an effort to address the problem.
Sen. Art Haywood speaks alongside gun control advocates on National Gun Violence Awareness Day.

Pa. Legislative Black Caucus takes new steps on gun violence reduction | Monday Morning...

Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers.Today, February 17, 2020, is Presidents' Day, a day that we celebrate not only the legacies of Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, but also those things they fought for: A nation that extended...

‘Enough is enough’: Community leaders want Philly to spend more on fighting gun violence

More than 400 people — including all 17 members of City Council — gathered Tuesday, telling stories showing how pervasive the problem is in Philadelphia.

U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick meets with Parkland families, Trump on school safety measures

It’s been a little more than two years since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla., that claimed the lives of 17 people. With years now rolling by, legislators and families are still pressing to find a consensus and solution to safer schools. 

Philly City Council to hold anti-gun violence hearing as city gets off to a...

By Michael D'OnofrioPHILADELPHIA -- A violent start to 2020 has prompted Philadelphia City Council members to schedule a hearing on gun violence this week.Councilman Curtis Jones called on officials and residents to “not regurgitate...